Somewhere Only We Know (LOK, Iroh/Asami)Summary: Set after the battle against Amon and the Equalists. General Iroh surveys the once-great city his grandfather and Avatar Aang created, and a certain Sato girl catches his eye.Somewhere Only We Know (LOK, Iroh/Asami)3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Pairing: primarily Irosami, featuring Makorra and some Masami angst.
A/N: slight spoilers for ep. 10, but really, who hasn't already seen it?
He'd taken after his namesake, following in Great-Great Uncle Iroh's steps in becoming a general. The only difference was that, from what Grandfather Zuko had always described in stories, that Iroh saw many great battles. He also went AWOL and breathed fire, but those were different matters. The younger Iroh had presided over the United Forces calmly and coolly, awaiting orders requesting action. And, finally, the Avatar had sent them, inviting his fleet from the Hu Xin provinces into Republic City to fight against Amon for what he and the United Republic of Nations hoped to be the last time. The battle had been grueling, drawn-out, and exhausted more o
Visions in the MoonlightSummary: A Legend of Korra one-shot. Someone is watching over Korra in the moonlight, and offers some advice from her own experience. One-shot, written for Borra Week. Slightly AU near the end.Visions in the Moonlight3 years ago in Romance More Like This
There were always clouds over Republic City, but on most nights Yue could still find her way there with some difficulty, sending her light down to watch over the people below.
She was there when Avatar Korra stole away from her room on Air Temple Island, and watched as she dove into the water of the bay. Yue could feel as she summoned the Waterbending power to propel herself forward, and as she rose up on a swirling cascade to enter the vast palace on the shore. Yue was blind to her for a whileall buildings were an impediment to her nowbut with the arena's glass dome she was able to find her again, in one of the arena's balconies just barely in sight.
There was a young man with her, named Bolin, and another who followed them in, named Mako.
Mako was as cold as the night
LoK: Twas the Night Before Winter SolsticeA Visit From St. VarrickLoK: Twas the Night Before Winter Solstice2 years ago in Humor More Like This
Twas the night before Solstice, and throughout the whole city
Not an Equalist stirred—it was really a pity
For Korra was bored from all the inaction
She’d been missing her fights with the civil rights faction.
But the airbender kids were all snug in their beds,
While visions of Solstice gifts danced in their heads.
And with Pema asleep, and Tenzin in meditation,
There seemed to be nothing worth Korra’s anticipation.
But then from the sky there was heard a great bang,
That seemed to come out o’er the statue of Aang.
Korra scanned up above for the source of the sound,
And hoped to see fighter planes flying around.
Korra saw the full moon, the big shiny ol’ rock,
And wondered what happened to poor Noatak.
When she spotted a man, to whom a girl clinged,
And who shouted out loud “Zhu Li, now! Do the thing!”
As his mechanical wings spread outward so quick,
She knew in a moment it must be Varrick.
More rapid than bison his gli