Tea (Zuko X Reader)More Like This
You knocked softly on the door of the tea shop, and heard a cheery “Come in!”
You entered, and saw a small, brightly lit room with several table and chairs, and several doors. You spotted an old man with long grey hair and a long grey beard. He was cheerfully pouring tea to a young couple, and you didn’t want to interrupt him, so you stood awkwardly in the doorway.
When the old man finished pouring the couple their tea, he glanced over at the doorway and saw you. His face broke into a large smile, and he hurried over to you.
“Ah hello! You must be here for the waitressing job, right?” You nodded, and the old man’s smile grew wider. “Great, we’ve been greatly understaffed; it’s just been my nephew and me.”
“Well I’d love to be of assistance! Tea is a passion of mine.” You replied and the man’s smile grew, if it was possible, even wider. The man grabbed you by the wrist and led you to one of the backrooms
ZukoXReader Do You Blame The Prince?ZukoXReaderMore Like This
Do You Blame The Prince?
You took a deep breath and began to bend. Not bend your body, but bend your elements. Or elements, in this case. The salty air washed over you as the sea began to form into a watery dragon. It winked its fiery eye at the growing crowd and began to slither up onto land. A few excited squeals erupted from a couple of young kids behind you.
The dragon lifted its flowing head and you closed your eyes. You had to concentrate. The next steps were critical if you wanted to do this right. Taking another deep breath, you leapt into your second element while holding the water in place. Gasps were heard from all around, and you dared a peek. Standing up on its hind legs, the dragon sent flames spiraling from its mouth up into the sky.
When you turned to face your audience, you were greeted with a standing ovation from all the children and polite clapping from their parents. It was to be expected though. Most adults didn’t take too well to fire benders, l