Zutara 2011- MaskKatara smiled as she entered the ballroom in the Earth Kingdom's palace. This was one of many parties celebrating the 5th anniversary of the end of the war and the rebuilding of their world. Naturally, herself and other friends of the Avatar had been invited. Unfortunately, she had come alone, for Suki was far too pregnant to travel, and Sokka remained with her.Zutara 2011- Mask in Romance More Like This
But that was a concern for another time. Her sea blue eyes scanned the ballroom through the mask she wore, which matched the crimson dress she had chosen for the occasion. She didn't know why she had chosen the color, but part of her missed the clothing from their time in the fire nation. A ghost of a smile passed on her lips as memories sprang up in her mind from when they were traveling around as a group. This night, it was appropriate to think back on those times and remember exactly what they were celebrating.
For now, though, Katara pushed her pensive thoughts aside, and stepped into the ball room where many ot
Zutara 2011- HistoryKatara stared at the mountain of scrolls in front of her, mouth hanging open in an uncharacteristic way.Zutara 2011- History in Romance More Like This
"I have to read all of these?" she asked, turning to the scribe that was at her back. The scribe gave a small sniff and stepped forward in a rather haughty manner.
"If you are to be our Firelady, you must know the history of what is to be your country. These are just the scrolls of the founding of our nation. The rest shall be brought to you when you are ready."
"The rest?" Katara questioned, gently touching one of the scrolls.
"Yes, there are three rooms filled with our nation's history. You will need to know it by week's end, for the anniversary of the birth of the Firenation is quickly approaching and you will be expected to know the story."
Katara had been watching the scribe. Now, she turned to look at the pile of scrolls before looking back at the scribe in bewilderment. However, once she saw the haughty look in his eye, her resolve hardened.
"By the end of the week you