ZW13- The Red Hydrangea No. 1CALORZW13- The Red Hydrangea No. 12 years ago in Romance More Like This
It started three months and five days after Mai left.
On the morning she left, Zuko awoke to an empty bed and a wide open closet that was missing half its contents. A note rested on her pillow. It was neat, articulate, and straight to the point in the harshest possible way without being outright mean.
In short, it was completely Mai.
The contents of the note were lost in the recesses of his memory, but the gist of it was painfully clear.
It wasn’t working out.
She didn’t feel that way about him anymore.
He didn’t either, whether he wanted to admit it or not.
She felt bored and restricted and never liked Nobleman’s life anyway.
Their time together was happy and she didn’t regret it, but it was time to move on.
One hour after Zuko found the note he left his chambers and went out for a walk. He missed three important meetings and one rehearsal for his next state address. Uncle wasn’t happy at all when he finally retur
CalorRoyal weddings usually take months to plan and are announced even before that. Sometimes the engagement can last up to a year.Calor2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
That was not the case with the most recent royal wedding in the Fire Nation. The ‘months of planning’ were actually months of heated negotiations that were preceded by months of arguing. It all came down to the issue of how to make sure Fire Lord Zuko didn’t try to take over the colonies again (people were still angry about Yu Dao). Even after Zuko repeatedly vowed never to do it again and had Aang back him up on this the representatives of the Earth Kingdom and Northern Water Tribe were still not appeased (the Southern Water Tribe was still thankful that Zuko had helped break their chief out of prison).
Finally Sokka made an off handed snarky comment about how if Zuko was married to someone from one of the other nations then he’d be less likely to conquer them (the ‘isn’t that right, jerkbender’