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The wind surrounding the Western Air temple was lazy that morning, hardly managing a breeze, and it made the world seem quiet and at peace. The sun also seemed to rise lazily that morning, slowly bringing light over the horizon. Katara stirred in her sleep--she was having a wonderful dream that didn't want to wake up from--but she had a strong feeling that someone was watching her. She resisted opening her eyes. She had this feeling often, and it always turned out the same.
"No one's there," she thought to herself. "No one's ever there. Just stay asleep..." But it was too late for her wonderful dream. It had already ended and been replaced by this nagging feeling, so she sighed and gave in, opening her eyes. There he sat, in the middle of her room, his dark, ruffled hair hung messily in his face and eyes and his gol
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Katara's knees hit hard against the ground as she was thrust into Ozai's secret chamber. She pushed herself up onto her hands, taking notice of her reflection in the polished, gold-tiled floor. Her shoulders and stomach were exposed in the red, one-shouldered garment that she had on underneath her Fire-nation armor. The guards had her remove the stolen armor and confiscated her water pouch when they "captured" her. Her hair was a tangled mess and her wild eyes looked unfamiliar as they gazed back at her. In the reflective gold tile, Katara's eyes narrowed on the Dai Li agents that were perched high above her. The ceiling and walls were made entirely of stone—if they decided to attack, she would be in trouble. She felt the room out, searching for the pull of a water source. She clenched her jaw as not so much as a drop of water could be felt in the small, yet luxurious room.
As a bead of sweat made its way down the side of her face,
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Neither the Waterbender or Firebender bothered donning their helmets at this point. The fact that Azula came to find Katara made it clear that the Firelord and the palace guards were aware that there was an intruder. The Fire-nation prince furrowed his brow and readjusted his paralyzed sister who was slung over his shoulder. Zuko and Katara hurried down the corridors towards the dungeon. They should've tied up the guard outside of the armory earlier—they'd been careless. The only thing that has worked to their advantage was the fact that no one seemed to know that Zuko was with the Waterbender. They overtook the two measly guards that stood out front of the dungeon entrance with ease, which only worried the Fire-nation prince further.
He knew his father would want immediate capture of any intruder, especially one so closely tied to both himself and the Avatar, so where were all the guards?
Zuko locked Azula in the one of the first
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"Personally, I think she's more trouble than she's worth," Zuko sighed, crossing his arms. Sokka carried the struggling Fire-nation princess over his shoulder, heading toward Appa with the rest of the group.
"Yeah, maybe so. But at this point, I think she might be our only chance at saving Aang," Sokka muttered, shifting her back up onto his shoulder. Azula grunted and bit down on her mouth gag. Zuko grimaced as his sister glared up at him. He felt strange as he stared back at her, not lifting a finger to stop these people from holding her captive. The Firebender broke his gaze with Azula and led his eyes to find Katara.
The Waterbender marched forward, her eyes somber. The prince sighed, feeling guilty. If only he hadn't sent Aang away on that stupid missionnone of this would have happened. He tore his eyes away from the Water-tribe girl.
Katara would never forgive him if the Avatar ended up dead at the end of all of
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The small group plunged into a state of chaos. Sokka seemed to be everywhere at once, Hakoda had disappeared long ago with Haru and the Duke. Zuko scrambled his way around the perimeter of the clearing, the most worried of them all. "How could I let this happen?" he thought angrily to himself, "I should've kept a closer eye on KataraAzula, too." He coughed, attempting to ease the painful aching in his chest. It accomplished nothing.
Ignoring the tight pain in his chest, the Firebender pinched the bridge of his nose. "I never should've sent Aang away. This is all my fault."
"Damn! I don't know how Azula managed to sneak away in the few minutes I was asleep," Toph griped as she moved around, deciphering the different vibrations of the earth, "It's like she was waiting for me to nod off." She
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With a deep sigh, the young, gray-eyed Airbender fell back onto a patch of soft, thick tall grasshe was exhausted. Since they'd arrived at their new cliffside campsite, the days had flown by. Everyday that passed by was full of nothing but sleeping (very little of it), eating, and rigorous training for the Avatar and his bending mastersas the day of Souzen's comet drew closer and closer.
Aang worked mostly on his Firebending as it was the newest element for him to learn. And with all the tiring activity involved with Zuko's methods of training and being around the constant heat of the flamesAang was left feeling sweaty, irritated, and miserableespecially today. The sunlight was bright and warm. Every thing it touched instantly lit up and became more vibrant and beautiful. A cool breeze carried the sweet smell of the sea across the lush, grassy field and the sky above was full of huge, white clouds. As if this weren't enough,
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Toph sat around the boiling pot of lunch, her mouth watering. She wiggled her toes against the Earth. "Where is Zuko? That loser is taking forever to get back here with Katara and Aang,"Toph thought to herself. She had half a mind to get up, get some food and start without thembut Katara had said once that mealtime was her favorite time to spend with everyone. The Earthbender was sure it would offend her or hurt her in some way. So she folded her arms over her grumbling stomach as she waited, along with Teo, Haru, The Duke, Suki, Sokka, and Sokka's dad. She lowered her head as only Teo sat any where near her. The Duke didn't want anything to do with her since she started calling him "Dukie", Haru always sat as near as he could to Sokka's Dad (probably 'cause he missed his own dad), and, of course, Sokka and Suki always sat together. She wished Zuko was here so she could talk to him. What was taking him so long anywa
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"Ugh!" the Fire-nation guard grunted before slamming into the floor, knocked unconscious.
Katara relaxed from her fighting stance. She looked over her shoulder, grinning behind her helmet. "Told you I could handle it," she said smugly. Zuko stepped out from the shadows, eyeing her.
"Yeah. Great," he said flatly, still a little angry with her. His heart pounded in his chest as the prince noticed just how light the palace's guard duty was. There was only one soldier guarding the weapons room when there was usually three to five. He didn't mention anything about it to the Waterbenderhe didn't want to worry her even more. Zuko opened the door and peeked into the armory, making sure no one was inside. Finding it empty, he waved Katara ahead and slipped in behind her. The prince headed straight for a Fire-nation guard's uniform, lifting a burgundy cuirass from the wall of armor.
"Wow," Katara breathed, looking around at the massive room of Fi
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Sokka crouched down in the shadows at the end of the main square, his heart still aching. He struggled to keep his concentration off of Suki, off of all the things they'd been through together. A group of Fire-nation citizens passed by and he tugged down on his hood, covering his face. Taking a quick glance around, there was already a large crowd gathering. Fire-nation soldiers have been here well before dawn, surrounding the center stage. The Water-tribe warrior's eyes shot around at the men, women, childrenfamiliesthat stood around, ready to watch the Avatar's execution. Sokka frowned at the disturbed, corrupt nation. It raised a massive, negative question inside of him.
Even if they managed to defeat the Firelord, how would peace ever be gained with people like this who are so willing to follow their leader's hate? It's been 100 years of propagandagenerations have grown up on the idea that the Avatar is the real enemy
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Warning: **Contains spoilers**
The pair of golden eyes stared intensely out into the dark hallway that had swallowed up the Waterbender, eventually leaving behind nothing except the sound of her hasty footsteps. His chest tightened and his skin felt uncomfortably warm--just how he always felt after talking with Katara. His breathing was slow, and his eyes unblinking--and before Zuko realized it, wind was dancing through his hair as his footsteps thudded fast and heavy on the stone ground. Their sound echoed through the Air temple. The Fire-nation prince had no idea what he was doing, but he knew where his feet were taking him. He didn't know what he was going to do once he got to Katara's room, but he didn't really care. Showing no signs of stopping, his legs continued to carry him swiftly down the hallway.
It just didn't feel right, always leaving things this way with her--so awkward and unfinished.
Finally reaching Katara's door, Zuko's legs came to a stop and he was o