A Day Lost
"Oh, hey Mako ." Korra said sheepishly.
"Have you seen Pabu anywhere?" Mako said making it obvious that he was nervous.
"Nice to see you too." Korra said.
"Why, what happened to him?" Korra asked and tilted her head.
"Um I kind of lost him." Mako said with anxiety.
"What?! How could you lose him? Oh man, Bolin's going to be so angry-wait he'd be sad-but also angry at you He's going to be both sad and angry at you!" Korra exclaimed.
"Well... Bolin told me Pabu and I should make a better bond with each other, so I brought him out to the city and he kept climbing up my body then he kept nibbling on my ears. He wouldn't stop no matter how hard I tried to get him to, so I just threw one simple fireball at him and then he ran off." Mako explained. The way Mako's expression was, made Korra somewhat surprised because she had never seen Mako like this before. He had probably done this when Bolin has run off when they didn't have a home before, but it still surprised
No Scarf - Makorra"Take the scarf Korra!" Mako said taking his scarf off giving it to her.No Scarf - Makorra4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"NO! I'm fi..i..ne!" She sneezed, she wasn't ok, they were so close to Tenzin, and it was getting colder to his home, but she was so stubborn and refused to take the scarf, Bolin wasn't cold at all to their surprise.
"Hey Korra maybe you should take it," Bolin said walking slightly behind.
"Hey Bolin, maybe you should shut up!" She said turning to him.
"Watch it," Mako said.
"Leave me alone!" She said truging through the snow trying to get ahead, she didn't get far.
"Let's just post camp its starting to become a blizzard out here," Bolin said stopping.
"Probably, Korra! stop being stubborn and just come to camp with us!" Mako said yelling making heat in his hands.
She kept going, he waited for the cold to get the better of her and she would come, she kept going.
"She'll be here in an hour if she sees were not going after her, Bolin, make a tent," He nodded and earthbended a tent.
"What if she keeps
One Condition"Can you believe him?" the Avatar says as she walks with her best friend, Bolin. She stuffs another dumpling in her mouth, still fuming about the hot headed firebender. Bolin just laughs it off.One Condition3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
"He's like that. You knew when you decided to go out with him." He states matter-of-factly which only causes the Avatar more annoyance.
"Whose side are you on Bolin?"
"How could I ever pick between my best friend and my brother, Korra?" Bolin says feigning shock at the suggestion. Korra just rolls her eyes at him.
"I just don't understand him Bo. First he's all happy that I got us into the finals and next thing you know, he's yelling at me to pick up some slack." The earthbender shakes his head and hands her another dumpling.
"You know he's just nervous. I mean, if we win this, we won't have to rely on Toza anymore. We'd be able to support ourselves and most importantly, he'd be able to support you." Korra blushes at the truth of the last part. She and Mako have had a complicated relationship t
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"Where do you keep the tea bags?" Korra asked the older Firebender, pulling open a cupboard of the small attic kitchen, looking for the items in question.
"Next one over," he instructed her, watching the kettle closely. Korra opened the cupboard next to the one she had been previously searching and saw a few bags sitting in a glass jar, and reached inside for one. Inspecting it, she decided she'd like it well enough before shutting the cupboard door and placing said bag on the counter. Walking over to Mako, she bumped hips with him and gave him a smirk when he looked at her.
She stood beside him, and he knocked against her side, too. Korra smiled at him again, and then the kettle began to scream, signalling that it was ready to be removed. Mako took the contraption off the burner and poured the steaming water into a teapot beside him, and Korra grabbed the tea bag and placed it inside it before they relocated to the small table in the center of the ro
FearKorra sat meditating in the front of her temporary home, trying her hardest to ease the stress out of her mind. It seemed nearly impossible. Amon's solid mask and deep, intimidating voice was replaying over and over in her head. She closed her eyelids even tighter, ignoring the sweat that dripped down the side of her face. Breathe, just breathe, she reminded herself constantly, parting her lips and inhaling large amounts of cool oxygen into her lungs. For a moment she was at peace, staring into complete darkness, feeling her body go weightless and relaxed. Her head wasn't pounding anymore and her heart was no longer beating in her ears. They were both rather calm and forgetful. Her head tilted back the slightest bit, allowing the sun's warming rays to tickle her cheeks with warmth, allowing the very edges of her walls to begin to break down. Then footsteps. Fast, light footsteps. Sneaky ones. Stealthy ones. She tried to ignore them but they kept coming. They were getting closer.Fear3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Hopeless - Makorra"Korra, what's wrong?"Hopeless - Makorra4 years ago in Emotional More Like This
The Avatar didn't turn from her spot on the dock to look at the Firebender, instead hugging her arms around her tighter. Closing her eyes, she whispered, "Go away, Mako."
Mako stepped forward, signalling that he wasn't going to leave her out there alone. Placing a hand on her shoulder, he repeated himself, "What's wrong? What happened back there?"
Korra bit her lip. Just a few minutes before, she and Mako and Bolin had been sitting up in their attic apartment, going over and finalizing their plans for attack against Amon. They had been planning this ambush for weeks now, and they finally had everything little thing sorted out. It was foolproof nothing could go wrong. They were going to take Amon down, once and for all. But just as they were talking about the final battle with Amon himself, Korra had randomly up and left the brothers, confusing them and prompting Mako to go and confront her.
Biting her lip, Korra shook her head. She whispered something inau
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Bolin hummed to himself, holding the laundry basket full of clothes. Mako was upstairs reading the newspaper and talking with Korra, and his brother had agreed to do the laundry that week, give his brother a break from it, and so there he was, making his way to the laundry room of the Pro-bending arena.
He went down multiple flights of stairs to get to the thing, which was inconveniently located in the basement. It was a large room filled with a plethora of washers and dryers so that when uniforms needed to be washed, it could be one big, mass cleaning. Toza had allowed the boys access to the room if they didn't make a mess there as Bolin opened the door to the room, he looked around and snorted. He couldn't make a mess of it if he tried it was already a hurricane of cluttered clothes and boxes.
Walking over to the nearest washer, Bolin placed the basket down and started to pick through the laundry. The majority of the clothes on top were his,
Makorra - AnnoyanceMako was about ready to rip his hair out.Makorra - Annoyance3 years ago in Humor More Like This
He'd just come from a rather taxing session of Pro-Bending training with his teammates, and as usual, his mood had turned sour from the moment he'd walked into the gym. It wasn't the fact they had to practice at the crack of dawn because they were rookies that bothered him, nor was it the pressure of the championships hanging over their heads.
No, it was the newest member of the Fire Ferrets that'd been getting under his skin lately, one Avatar Korra.
Now, there were several things that tweaked Mako's nerves, but this girl trumped them all. He'd never met someone quite like her before, so brash and hotheaded and in-your-face. In less than a month she'd managed to come barreling into his life and destroy nearly every ounce of normalcy she could find.
Today's practice had been one of the worst yet. After the fiasco with the Equalists and Bolin being captured, Mako had stepped up the intensity of their team workouts, both for the tournament
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Early Morning Pranks
Korra flew down the corridors of the Pro-Bending arena frantically, but it was no use she was already late. Arriving at the large, open gym doorway, she stopped abruptly and almost ran into the wood panelling.
She immediately smiled at the friendly voice that greeted her. Bolin the kind Earthbender that was always a great, invaluable friend to the Avatar. And the only thing that made those early morning practice bearable besides teasing the irritable Firebender along with his own younger brother. That also helped.
"Hey!" she looked up at him, regaining her breath and walking over to him, hiking her bag higher up on her shoulder. "Running a little late again... sorry."
"What else is new?" she heard the snarky, grumpy voice of Mako a few feet to her right and her face immediately fell at this quip.
"Nice to see you, too, Mister Hat Trick," she countered, dropping her bag beside Bolin. "Still grumpy, the usual, like me being
Makorra-Movie NightMovie night. One of Korra's many favorite nights, her, Bolin, and the emotion emptied Mako. The onlyMakorra-Movie Night4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
thing she didn't like about is was the groceries, they always bought at least three bags worth of sna-
cks, Korra always seemed to have a stomach ache at the end, well, here and Bolin, Mako barley ate a
thing. Today they were getting some of there snacks from Albertsons, overpriced jackasses. Bolin
was trying to keep his back straight with all of the groceries, Korra was slouching like The hunchback
of Notre Dame, Mako was at perfect posture, walking as if he was holding nothing.
"What are we watching today?"
"Ohh, Ohh, how about Earth Rumble: Greatest Moments, it has Toph Bei Fong in it!" Bolin said
setting the snacks on the table.
"Sure," Korra said.
"I am not watching an hour of earthbenders hit each other in what the video thinks are the greatest," Mako said putting down the
"How about....hmm... you know, I think we should have though about this before we got here... hmm,
Mako Loves Korra"Well? Are you going to Asami's or what?" Bolin asked.Mako Loves Korra3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Mako knew he couldn't answer. He was too choked up-right in front of his brother.
"Mako?" asked Bolin. He never saw him like this. Bolin took this as a bad sign. Mako was still silent, lost in thought. Bolin sat down next to him. Slowly, Bo put his arm around him.
"You can tell me anything," said Bolin. Silence filled the room. "Bo... I... I don't know what to do," Mako admitted. "I... I don't know. Asami is beautiful and amazing but I just... something's not right," he added.
This added to Bolin's confusion and frustration. He knew Mako loved Korra, but he wouldn't admit it. Why was his brother so butt-headed? Even though Asami was everything Mako said she was, it still didn't feel right that she was with him.
Bolin put both his hands on Mako's shoulders. He turned Mako around to face him. Mako's hazel eyes shone in the moonlight, only to be filled with worry, sadness-and even love.
"I can see right through you. Tell
Wow Part 2: Princess of Elements Fire, Earth, Air, and Water. All of the elements in one girl, and in one dress. Korra was speechless when she saw her dress completely transformed into something so stunning. Her dress wasn't the only thing that was gorgeous, her face completely transformed. She was already beautiful without make up, but when she saw her face it just made her a completely different person. The make up made her look different but in a good way.Wow Part 2: Princess of Elements3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"D-did you really need to go this far?" Korra said still stuck looking at herself in the mirror.
"Of course! You're my first client and you're the avatar!" He said sitting in his seat exhausted.
She looked at him making her silk dress flow with her movements, "How'd you know?"
He looked up to the beautifully transformed girl, "I came to the gathering when you announced you were the avatar."
Warm Me With Your Touch MakorraKorra had always been cold. Growing up in the Southern Water Tribe, the wind seeped through her bones and settled there permanently. Maybe that's why her heart was hard? No matter how anyone tried to crack it, they would end up getting hurt (sometimes physically). Korra could handle anything. Or so she thought. She could handle an ambush of Equalists or intense air bending training with Tenzin. She could handle leaving her home to become a fully realized Avatar. She could even handle the weight of the world's problems on her shoulders. But why had he walked into her life? This pain was more than she could bear. Her icy heart threatened to break and shatter. Why you, stupid, stupid boy did I ever have to lay eyes on you?Warm Me With Your Touch Makorra4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Mako took Korra's hand and laid it on his broad chest. She breathed in and out slowly to calm her nerves. "Relax," she told herself, "this is just training." She couldn't help but notice how warm his body was. Were all fire benders that way? He seemed to radiate heat an
Victory Kiss The match was almost over, the other team has one point over us. If I could just get us one more point and we'll tie/win! The earth bender from the other team was targeting me, sending earth plate after earth plate hurdling at my stomach. I am getting fed up, but kept on pressing him with my water. The water from under the field rises with my hands and whip the earth bender toward the edge of the arena. He falls back, but comes at me with a forceful rebound, almost knocking me off the arena. I wish Mako or Bolin would come to my rescue, but their hands were tied with fending off the water and fire bender themselves.Victory Kiss3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Finally, catching the earth bender off guard, I slap him with my water whip and he flies over the edge. I quickly focus my eyes on the next immediate threat that was ganging up on the fabulous bending brothers. They were taking a brutal beating, but as soon as I chime in, they regain their bearings, leading us to victory. The
Admit It"Admit it, you like me."Admit It3 years ago in Romance More Like This
He knew he wasn't going to like this conversation the moment he stepped into the hall. She was alone, looking into the waters of the bay below. Waiting. Unease had crept into the pit of his stomach as he approached her, asking if everything was alright. Something different shone in her eyes, something he could not identify. He was wracking his mind for a label when it was replaced with overconfidencethe kind one summons when they are nervous. The kind she summons when she's nervous. That's when her words rang through the arena's majestic hall.
And he did. He liked her a lot. When Bolin had been taken, she had been there to help him more than she could ever realize. Not only had she helped rescue Bolin from Amon's mysterious clutches, but she had saved him from himself. What he would do without Bolin he didn't want to think about it. Growing up, his worst nightmares were those of being separated from his brother. The firebende
The Jealousy Game"Are you finished with your list yet, Mako?"The Jealousy Game3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"I think so." He said before taking a sip from his bottled water.
Korra's eyes widened as she scanned his list. "This is over a hundred people."
"First of all, how do you know all these people? And secondly, we can't afford all these people."
"Think about it differently." He said. "More people equal more gifts."
Korra and Mako were currently at their home, making guest lists and going over them in anticipation for their wedding day. They had been engaged for just a few months and both were pretty eager about the wedding. To prepare for it, they decided to spend this day going over a few things. They started off with the guest list since they figured that could be done pretty easily. They were mistaken of course
Mako moved closer on the couch to Korra and stretched out his legs. He flashed a smile at her as he drank his water again.
Korra smiled but shook head. "No Mako, that won't work; some of these people have to go."
WarThe night was silent, just as Korra liked it. She leaned over the railing on a balcony on Air Temple Island, looking on the the sea around Republic City. She water bended a bit from the body of liquid and played with it nonchalantly. It gave her time to think about what had happened about two hours ago, at the arena. Amon stealing Tahno and the Wolf Bats' bending...him getting away. Stressed, Korra sighed. Thuds of paw pads sounded behind her. Korra whipped around, seeing Naga padding up to her worriedly. Korra outstretched a hand, and her polar bear dog walked forward, nuzzling her. Relief and comfort flowed through her as she petted her most loyal friend. Turning back to the water, Korra scanned the Pro-Bending arena in all it's crushed, broken, shattered glory. Amon had destroyed it. She sighed again to hold back small hints of tears.War3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Korra?" a familiar voice asked.
Korra turned to see Mako, a teammate and close friend. Because that was all she needed; someone to remind
Frostbitten "Call it!" said Mako satisfactorily. They were all playing poker in his and Bolin's dimly lit tent and he just knew he was gonna win this round.Frostbitten3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Ugh!" Korra groaned and threw her cards into the air. "I g-g-give up." She stuttered. Bolin threw in a couple of Yuans. Mako threw his cards down victoriously. His brother smiled mischievously.
"I d-don't think s-s-so," he chattered. He laid his hand down and watched his firebending brother gawk.
"What?!" he cried. "Not fair!" Bolin's blue lips stretched into a grin.
"Is so," he countered. "You're the only w-warm one here, seeing as the fire can't be any bigger. I deserve s-s-something." Korra stared at them enviously.
"At least you guys have something. I'm stuck here f-f-freezing to death and n-no cash." She muttered under her breath. "I'm gonna have frost bite by dawn." Bolin
Sick Mako was running through the air temple walls making every step echo back to him. Bolin and Asami were far behind him. Mako could hear them saying 'wait' 'slow down' he didn't listen he ran faster. He went up stairs and stopped in front of a door. He balled his hand into a fist and rigorously knocked on the door, he opened the door. He saw Tenzin kneeling down towards a bed. Pema and Tenzin both looked at him as he slowly walked towards the bed. He looked down at the girl laying in the bed.Sick3 years ago in Drama More Like This
"Hey cool guy."
Korra weakly chuckled then cringed in pain, putting her useful arm on her stomach and clutching.
"Korra, please. Don't stress yourself." Tenzin said standing up and turning to Mako, "Please take care of her for a while. Bolin, Asami and I will go out to get some medicine." Mako nodded and watched him shut the door. He looked back to Korra on
You Were my Almost Lover- MakorraFinally, this was all over. The revolution was put to rest. Amon was defeated and put behind bars. She finally mastered air bending, and was working on becoming a fully realized avatar. It felt like this weight was finally off her shoulders, but yet she still didn't feel fulfilled. After a year of agony and pain, she thought she would feel different, happy, when this was all over. She wasn't. It was because of Mako. She loved him, and he loved Asami. She was used to the idea that Mako would never reciprocate the feelings she had for him. She knew this ever since she kissed him that night on the pier and he pulled back telling her his true feelings. Mako kept his distance from Korra after that, and frankly Korra didn't mind. She could not stand watching Mako and Asami together, especially not the way he looked at her. She soon learned to live with the pain in her chest and tried to move on. Korra dated Bolin for awhile; she thought if she could forYou Were my Almost Lover- Makorra3 years ago in Drama More Like This
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It wasn't like I had never been alone with Mako, this time just felt different. The day had been so long, and relaxation had been such a foreign thought, I didn't really see what he said coming.
"Do you mind if we sit for a while?"
It didn't really register the first time. He had been gloomy and focused all day. What would we possibly talk about? I mulled over throwing a sarcastic jab at him, and then decided that sitting with Mako might be nice.
"Yeah, that sounds great."
I wouldn't call it a smile, but his expression was happy. It was lighter than it had been all day. Although he didn't deserve it, I smiled at him.
Then, before I knew it, words were flowing out of my mouth like freshwater.
"I actually have this little spot, it's high on the temple roof. You can see the whole city from there. It's a great place to think.
This time, Mako actually granted me a smile, and it made my stomach whirl with butterflies.
"What are we waiting for, then?"
He bowed over, and l
Decision - MakorraDecisionDecision - Makorra3 years ago in Emotional More Like This
Asami inhaled deeply upon exiting the Police Headquarters, grateful for the sun's warmth on her cheeks. It felt as though she hadn't been outside forever, when in fact it had just been two days. That night that she and Mako and Bolin had all been arrested had been absolutely miserable. They were forced to sit in a painfully small, windowless room for hours and hours without any information, forbidden to leave or even speak.
Asami wasn't one for feeling claustrophobic or getting easily panicky, but she couldn't help it as she sat in the too quiet space for those long hours. Where was Korra? Was she okay? Would they be okay? When were they going to get out of there? What if Tenzin didn't come for them? What if he couldn't convince Tarrlok or Saikhan to release them? Answerless question after answerless question plagued her mind, but she kept her mouth shut, feeling as though everything was collapsing in on itself. Babbling frantically as a means of venting wouldn't have help
ExhaustedTitle: ExhaustedExhausted3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Disclaimer: I own it, okay? Well, just the plot. Thanks everybody for making me feel welcomed on DA!
Summary: Korra was giving 110% of her effort to everything, but sometimes she just needs a break.
Training was going to be the death of her.
She was up at sunrise to train with Tenzin, well more or less get knocked around by the spinning gates, until both of them lost their patience. They would meditate for what seemed like days under the gazebo looking at the ocean and she would day dream.
By lunch time Pema would order them to each lunch and the children would ask her a million and one questions about everything before she would leave to Probending practice. Practice would consist of dodging, diving and dishing out things thrown at her. She would throw water around and get told how to control her element by a fire bender, setting her off on a ra
Hero Part 1 ~A Makorra Fanfic~'Damn, I'm still short on yuans, and we only have two more days to pay to get into the championships. I still need 13,000 yuans! Great. This is just great. It's always been Bo and my dream to win the pro-bending championships. We are so close, and we've gotten so lucky, getting the avatar and all. And all this might just fall apart because we are short a couple yuans.' This is what Mako thought as he exited his job at the power plant.Hero Part 1 ~A Makorra Fanfic~3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Even though he was sweating from head-to-toe and his muscles were aching from all the work he had done, Mako quickly rushed to his work locker. Within laid his red scarf. It was the last that he had to connect himself with his parents. He was pretty much wearing it wherever he went.
'*Phew*, my scarf is still here. It's probably the most important thing in the world to me, aside from Bolin and K-'
His thoughts were interrupted when his co-worker, Iroh, said, "Hey Mako, you workin' over time AGAIN?? Hahahaha!"
"Uhmm, I'm actually no-," Mako tried to say.
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The light of morning sun fluttered through Mako's loosely drawn blinds, hitting him directly in the eyes, causing him to groan and turn over. He didn't *want* to get up yet. Curling into a ball and throwing his pillow over his head, he mumbled his annoyance into it. It was just one of those days for the Firebender he had come home rather late the night before from his job at the factory, sore as could be. It had been a gruelling day of work and it was still affecting him into the early morning hours he hadn't gotten more than three or four hours asleep from the never ending ache in his back. Though Mako was usually one to work his way through the pain, he just couldn't find it in himself to jump up and go like normal that morning. He was sore and tired, and all he wanted to do was sleep. And besides it was his day off... but even then, he usually got up early. But not today.
Bolin had other ideas, however this was his first day of his new job,