Fans of the Movie- Help spread the SPECIAL EDITIONFans of the Movie- Help spread the SPECIAL EDITION3 years ago in Settings More Like This
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With all the recent buzz about the trilogy still alive---Facebook page added new wordless Aang poster last week that's caused a lot of hype (and of course Frank Marshall declared that the trilogy is not cancelled) and a Spring-2012 article of M. Night talking about TLA2---I'm definitely happy for M. Night. But it would be unfair & unjust if M. Night has to design TLA2 as a sequel to the version of the movie that's NOT the Original True Version he made for us fans. (I'm talking about the version he filmed in 2009 before Paramount/Viacom forced him to do the all the reshooting in early 2010 just so the movie could be shorter for sake of cheaper 3D conversion)
Maybe there's still a chance to convince Paramount/Viacom to let M. Night release his original epic version of the movie before he starts making TLA2 (which is supposedly after he's done with "After Earth")....That way, M. Night can make
Amnesia- a Zutara Story----(Zuko POV)----Amnesia- a Zutara Story5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It all started in highschool. When three girls, beauties is more like it, broke our hearts. Each had a specialty one a swimmer, another an earth "warrior", and the last a very competive wrestler.
The swimmer was a medium sized girl, skinny, colored skin that seemed like an everlasting tan, brown wavy hair, and big blue eyes that seemed to have no end.
The earth "warrior"...well she was short, extremely long black hair that was like a combination of wavy, straight, and curly, always wore a variety of greens, yellows, and browns to show her support for the planet, however despite all of the time she spent outside in the beating sun, she remained pale. Little is known about what her face looks like due to her long bangs, but there were always rumors
The wrestler. She was fierce, unstoppable, and ever regining champion. her hair was a reddish brown color formerly long but now kept short so it wouldn't get in the way. her eyes...they could never be described, it was as if
Change of Heart Chapter 1Chapter 1: The New GirlChange of Heart Chapter 14 years ago in Romance More Like This
Katara took a deep breath as she read the sign of the building in front of her. White Lotus Studios, it said in giant gold, green and white letters. It was her first day as an intern for the writer's department. She started walking to the entrance and tried to ignore her nerves which were slowly eating her up inside.
Once she closed the double doors behind her, she was met by a large room with couches on every wall and an information desk on one corner. The walls were a shade of calming yellow and on them hung several framed posters of the studio's most famous movies and television shows. Chewing her gum and reading a fashion magazine, a girl with a small ponytail sat behind the desk. Katara headed over to her and cleared her throat. The girl looked up and put her magazine away.
"May I help you?" she asked, popping her gum.
"Uh, yeah H-Hi umm " Katara stuttered. Her nerves were winning.
The Ponytail girl chuckled and
Tales of Ba Sing Se High Chp 1PrologueTales of Ba Sing Se High Chp 15 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
During the first day of school at Ba Sing Se Highschool, each student was asked to write an essay about themselves, how they think people see them and who they really are.
Hi, I'm Katara Mizu. I'm 15 and from the Southern Water Tribe. I also have an older brother. His name is Sokka. Our mom died when my brother and I were very young. Our dad is a soldier who is away a lot. Since our parents aren't around, our grandmother takes care of us. We're not exactly the richest people in the world but we get by.
I don't really know what people think of me. I guess I'm kind of invisible. I kind of like it because that way, no one judges you. No one ostracizes you. Most importantly, no one tries to bring you down. Sure, I feel insignificant especially when I do something good but no one notices but hey, I'll get over it.
Who am I? Well, I'm just a student who's trying to do her best in school so that one day, she can make her family proud. I'm pretty smart and I'
a different ending...-------------------------------------------------------------------------a different ending...4 years ago in Romance More Like This
Katara leaned over the lifeless body; she didn't know what else to do. She had used up all her energy trying to heal the wound, but he was as still as stone. She burried her head in his chest and gave in to the tears that had been threatening to escape... how could this have happened? one moment she was watching the lightning flashing towards her and hoping it would be quick and painless, praying Zuko will be able to defeat Azula by himself, the next she was staring at Zuko's stiff body just feet in front of her; he had jumped in her direction and taken the strike himself instead. He had saved her life and she hadn't been able to save his... Suddenly, she found herself being heaved slowly upward; she bolted upright and looked down into Zuko's golden eyes. "Thankyou," the word barely escaped his lips. "No...thank you," whispered Katara. She couldn't beleive it; he was alive! "I thought you'd given up on
Put Your All Into ItKatara ran down the main hallway of Ba Sing Se High School trying to catch up with her friends. Just a few yards away, she tried to regulate her breathing before speaking. "Geez guys. You don't have to run to the lunchroom. There's still gonna be food by the time we get there."Put Your All Into It4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Aang and Toph slowed to a fast walk so Katara could catch up. Toph snorted. "Sugar Queen, that's not what we're running for, believe me."
"Then what's the reason?"
Aang gave Katara a sad smile. "We think you should see for yourself, rather than have us tell you. We just found out like ten minutes ago. So we can't tell you all the details."
She looked at him puzzled then rolled her eyes. "Is it some crazy senseless drama?" She hated drama. She paused while her eyes widened. "It is. Wait then does it involve me or something?"
Toph just smirked. "Oh ho ho, like you wouldn't believe, Sugar Queen. Now come on! We gotta hurry!" Toph grabbed Aang and Katara's hands and sped off toward the cafeteria. They ran throu
Penguin SleddingHonoura had never seen snow before. It fell like a thousand tiny teardrops coating her face, melting as soon as they touched her satin skin.Penguin Sledding3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"It's so beautiful." She whispered to her father as they both glanced out of the palanquin. Zuko smiled happily at his daughter. Katara would be grateful to hear that he had brought his daughter to the South Pole with him. She had written him letters by the dozens requesting for her to come and spend life outside of the palace.
The palanquin suddenly touches land and Honoura shoots out from the curtains and into a white world as to which she has never known. She was born in the sticky dawn of summer and had never gone a day where sweat didn't run down her jaw line, the salty taste in her mouth. The snow here was so thick it practically blinded her. The sun reflected off the white dunes creating a rainbow effect of tiny shards and sparkles. She gasped in awe of it all.
"This is no place for a firebender," the firelord stands in all his robes bundle
Story Behind the Kiss...A Makorra Drabble"I have to go!" she said and made an attempt to dash away. He grabbed her shoulder and turned her back to him.Story Behind the Kiss...A Makorra Drabble3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"You can't go back there!" he panted, still breathless from running. "They'll kill you, or worse they'll catch you!"
"I don't care! I have to go back, you don't understand!"
"I understand perfectly! You can't resist just throwing yourself into the fray! You'll get yourself killed, Korra. Then what will happen to Tenzin and Amon and mmph-!"
She smashed her lips to his. It was over before it quite began, Mako didnt even get to really close his eyes.
"I'm glad you care so much." She ran back into the fight.
TLoK FanFiction: Chapter 3CHAPTER THREE-ISOLATEDTLoK FanFiction: Chapter 34 years ago in Drama More Like This
Bolin looked where Korra was pointing. "It's Town Hall," he replied. "One of the oldest buildings in the city."He and Mako were out buying food, and Korra had tagged along (actually, she'd been practicing in the art of stealth and had tracked him and Mako all the way from the air temple to the middle of the marketplace, where they now where, and managed to remain inconspicuous the whole time.).
Korra frowned and studied it. "It looks ancient," she said."Why haven't they replaced it yet?" Bolin shrugged. "I'm not sure," he admitted cheerfully."Though I have to agree with you, it does look ready to fall apart."
Just then he heard Mako's voice behind him. "I got the squashed pear plums, the platypus eggs, and the five-fire spices." Bolin turned around."Great! That's everything, then." He` looked up and saw his brother frowning at Korra. "When did you get here?"Bolin rolled his eyes."She tracked us," he informed Mako."All the way from the temple."Mako
Korra: The Last Baby Sitter Chapter 2Chapter twoKorra: The Last Baby Sitter Chapter 23 years ago in Humor More Like This
Thanks for so many reviews! It makes me happy to know how many people like this! I'm going to try to update as much as possible! Disclaimer: I do not own Legend of Korra.
Ferry Dock to Air Temple Island, Sunrise.
The morning came too soon for the brothers as the rose, dressed and quickly hurried to the ferry dock. Pabu was wrapped around Mako's neck since his scarf was lost when he and Korra rescued Bolin last week. Mako left Toza a note on his door letting him know they'd be sleeping at Air Temple Island for the week, but would be in for training. Once the brothers arrived at the landing, they ran into Lin Bei Fong and several of her officers. They stood to one side with several bags around them.
"Good morning boys, might I ask as to why you two are up so early?" she asked in her normal bored voice.
"Um ." Bolin's mind was currently not working with the early hour. Mako, being a fire bender , was a morning person and could function properly.
"Chief Bei Fong, we're ass
TLoK FanFiction:Chapter 1CHAPTER ONE- SHAKY GROUNDTLoK FanFiction:Chapter 14 years ago in Drama More Like This
Korra stormed down the hallway in Tenzin's air temple. And she quite literally stormed. She was so angry that there were flames shooting out of her fists. Rocks and pebbles randomly flew in the air, and any water that she passed rattled in its container and either froze or exploded.
Korra didn't even notice where she was going. All she could think about was that one damn hot firebender. He was so smug and sure of himself-like he knew more than she did!As if! She was the Avatar! She knew more right now than he ever would! So why did he even act like that?!? and what was that whole episode in the courtyard, where he just stood there staring at her?!? Pervert!
Korra paused and leaned up against the wall, breathing steadily. She had to be level-headed. She was the Avatar. It was what was expected. She couldn't go blowing up over petty little squabbles. And, after all, why was she even letting herself get worked up over someone like Mako? He was so ordin
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
PokeKorra wanted to be alone. She couldn't meditate because whenever she did Avatar Aang either chided her for not getting airbending soon enough or asked her to tell Tenzin something for him or tried to suggest other ways to try to quell the anti-bender rebellion peacefully. Whenever he said that she wanted to scream at him that if it hadn't worked when he was alive it wouldn't work now.Poke4 years ago in Humor More Like This
She was pretty sure Bolin knew that she was in a mood and wanted to be alone. Spirits she'd seen Mako go into a "mood" at times and Bolin would just brush it off as Mako being Mako and it was probably a firebender thing. Bolin joked that you knew when it was going to rain based on Mako's mood: grumpy was just cloudy, broody and silent meant rain.
Head in her hand sitting a far away from camp as possible while still in sight Korra contemplated what to do next. Since punching her past life wasn't an option she had to come up with a way to make Aang happ
The Odd CoupleThe Odd Couple3 years ago in Romance More Like This
(Warning! This fan fiction contains violence!)
Korra had learned the basics of probending in two days, it was no easy task but Bolin and I did it. "Night guys, see you In the morning!" Korra yelled as she ran to catch the next boat. Bolin screamed back at her "BYE!", while I just waved. When we couldn't see her we walked to our room.
"Real piece of work isn't she?" Bolin asked me throwing the duffel bag onto the couch. "Yeah, she is, but worth it." I said in reply. Bolin was confused, and took his shoes off. "Says the guy who always yells at her, and fights with her." I looked at Bolin as if I was going to say something, but I didn't. Then Bolin let out a huge gasp. "BIG BRO YOU LIKE KORRA!" he screamed, running all over the apartment with excitement. I let out a sigh and said "I don't like her in that way Bolin. We're not even that good of friends yet..." Bolin slapped me on the back and said "Don't worry big bro, if you need advice just ask me." Bolin winked, and then went upstairs a
CHAMPIONSHIPS. "This is the day we've been waiting for! The day we've been waiting a year for! The day of the championship pro-bending finals!" the speaker shouting causing the the audience to go wild.CHAMPIONSHIPS.3 years ago in Drama More Like This
"On our right, the rookies, the newbees, THE FIRE FERRETS!" He yelled as the platform beneath them started moving. The fangirls started screaming when they saw Bolin showing off his muscules. Today was the best day of Mako's life. But Mako knew they would never be here without Korra. If Korra didn't take Hansook's place, they wouldn't be here, fighting for the champion ship title. He looked at her, 'Thank you.' Korra looked back and smiled at him.
Korra knew this was the most important day in Mako and Bolin's life. She wasn't going to screw it up. She's going to do er best. They made it this far. All the mornings Korra had to wake up early, all they worked for, wouldn't be a waste of time. Today, she hungered for
Miss Republic City"No way!"Miss Republic City3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Korra shook her head and crossed her arms to emphasize how appalled and against the idea she was that Bolin just suggested. She started to walk away, done with the conversation but her earth bending friend ran to stop her.
He put his hand on her shoulder. "Come on Korra, be open minded about this. We'll make all the money we need for the Championship Match and more. It won't be that bad and how else can we do that?"
"I don't know, but I do know I'd sooner dip myself hot butter and walk on a tightrope over room full of angry Boar-Q-Pine's before I do that." Korra thought about what she said and then frowned. "Hopefully it won't have to come to that "
Bolin smiled but then sighed heavily; his idea wasn't that bad right? Right maybe it was just the way he approached her about it. He replayed the situation in his head quickly.
Bolin ran in the training room and yelled happily, "I got it!"
Protect Me - Part 2 - Makorra~P~Protect Me - Part 2 - Makorra3 years ago in Emotional More Like This
Protect Me - Part 2
"How long will she need to stay here for?"
"The rest of the week she could start hemorrhaging again... it's completely unpredictable. She can return to the Island after that, but I'd like her to be kept under close watch. We can't have this happen again next time, she won't be so lucky. Also, Tenzin, I must inform you that because of this, the birth will be even more difficult. It could have similar effects to the degree of this anything could happen, but we'll do our best."
"I understand. Thank you, Saiyu."
Korra awoke to two voices conversing somewhere in the room she was in, one of them a familiar, gruff voice and the other a hushed, whispering tone. She kept her eyes closed, a headache splitting through her head, and heard footfalls as one of the two left the room. She suddenly heard more footsteps, some further away, pacing, frantic, quick. Some more then as someone approached her.
"Oh, Korra," she heard the familiar voice say, and
Miss Republic City (Part 3)"Hey, Korra!"Miss Republic City (Part 3)3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Korra looked at smiling earth bender that was jogging over to her as she entered the training room. It was 6 in the morning; Korra couldn't understand why or how he was so happy and lively. She was too sleepy to feel anything beside distress that she to be there. Now Mako on the other hand, he seemed to be feeling the same way as Korra. He was sitting on the same bench he was yesterday, with tired eyes and his usual frown on.
"Good morning, Bolin." The Avatar said in a low voice, barely audible.
"Are you excited about day 2 of your Miss Republic City girly training?" He asked once he reached her.
"Ecstatic. Can't you tell by the look on my face?"
"Well to be honest you look sleepy but today's activities are going to wake you right up."
"I don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing."
"A good thing, trust me." Bolin explained with an innocent face. "Today's agenda consists of your girly lesion, finding your talent and a few sample questions. Then it's over, nothing
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,
Out of Control - Part 3She was falling.Out of Control - Part 33 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
She whizzed past blurs of light, reaching out for somebody, something, nobody at all. Stars. Darkness seeped everywhere, into everything. She cried out but her voice was smothered by the cosmos as she tumbled down, through, into.
Her descent slowed, and her body righted itself, toes making contact with some kind of surface. It was invisible. All was stars and all was dark. She breathed in the colors, heard the shine, tasted home. She looked up and saw herself, huge and beautiful and terrifying, eyes glowing white, brighter than any sun.
"Korra. We finally meet."
She knew that voice. It felt like she was speaking to herself in her own voice, but it was definitely male. Recognizable and unfamiliar all at once. She turned to the speaker. They'd never met, but she knew him. A man stood far from her, his features hazy, but she could make out one thing. A tattooed arrow, brilliantly white.
Korra jolted awake with a soft gasp.
Her heart raced, and her lungs sucke
Protect Me - Part 1 - Makorra~P~Protect Me - Part 1 - Makorra3 years ago in Emotional More Like This
Protect Me - Part 1
Korra peered at herself in the mirror, touching at the area that she knew that there was a fifty-fifty chance would be a bulging mass in just a few months. Swallowing nervously, she turned around and shook her head, trying to convince herself that it was not true.
That there wasn't the possibility that she was pregnant.
The idea had only just recently struck the Avatar after a month and a half of sudden, debilitating illness bouts. One second she would be fine, training away with the boys, and the next, she'd be rushing out of the gym to the bathroom. Mako and Bolin had been worried, but she had assured them that it was just a simple, passing sickness she'd be fine soon. And, sure, she got better - it just took too long for her comfort.
The week before, was when Korra really began to accept the possibility of it, dread flooding her veins. At one point, about three weeks ago, Asami and her had been hanging out when the non-bender had speculated if mayb
Protect Me - Part 3 - Makorra~P~Protect Me - Part 3 - Makorra3 years ago in Emotional More Like This
Protect Me - Part 3
Another hour passed when Asami, Bolin, and the kids eagerly arrived. The children were already awake upon the pair arriving they were confused why they were being looked after by the sentries and not their parents. At hearing the news, they insisted they go and visit Korra like Tenzin had predicted to Asami instead of going back to sleep.
Upon arrival, the children began to ask Korra a bunch of questions, mostly "how much longer?". Korra laughed when they asked these questions she wanted an answer to them all, too.
Hour after painfully long hour passed, and each time Saiyu checked to see how much more dilated Korra was, it never seemed to go up. She was certainly dilated and it was definitely progressing, albeit excruciatingly slowly. The contractions grew so frequent and violent that Korra swore she was dying, and Mako did, too.
It wasn't until late that evening that it all started to happen. Korra was drifting off in between con
TLoK FanFiction: Chapter 4CHAPTER FOUR-THE HOT HEAD AND THE COOL GUYTLoK FanFiction: Chapter 44 years ago in Drama More Like This
Korra was trying hard not to break down in front of Mako.
They had been imprisoned together in a small, windowless cell made entirely of metal for almost six hours. They had no idea what was going on, where Bolin was, who had imprisoned them, or why. They were both tired, exhausted, hungry, and worried. Very worried.
Mako wasn't speaking at all. He was just pacing endlessly. The Chi Blockers had taken away his bending temporarily, but he was slowly gaining it back. He could also still move his limbs. He'd examined every square inch of their cell, looking for a weak spot, a loose panel, anything. He found none.
Korra was trying to get her bending back as well. Even though she could fight without it, she wanted every single advantage she could possibly have, in case the Chi Blockers returned. She kept repeatedly snapping her fingers and watching as a flame would sizzle to life and then quickly die out. It was hopeless. Whoever led the Chi Blocke
Out of Control - Part 2"C'mon, girl," Korra urged in a low voice. "Faster."Out of Control - Part 23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Naga raced through the dirty streets of Republic City, skidding as she turned the corners. Korra leaned over her, bouncing in the saddle, the reins tight in her grip. The air rushed against her face, sending her hair flying back behind her and filling her lungs with the city's polluted air.
How could she let this happen? She had to get there now. She had to go faster. She had to.
She pushed Naga into a sprint.
She'd never been on this side of the city, and she could see why. It was an old industrial center, back from when the city first took root, and most of the buildings were now abandoned. Their companies followed Future Industries when they planted their new home in another district. Glass windows had been broken in. Doors were boarded up. She didn't want to think about how many orphans were curled up inside some of these buildings, huddling together, willing themselves warm.
Korra pressed Naga on, and her eyes