Traitor's Face - Chapter 73
Beneath the dark waters, Aang could not see, could not hear. He was removed from the world, or perhaps the world was removed from him.
But he could feel. He could feel the tepid waters that engulfed him, could sense the currents within them. Perhaps he was imagining it, a hallucination born of the lack of anything to see or hear, but the currents that flowed over him were almost like the echoes of a scream.
Aang wondered, in the cold and the dark, how he might know he was crying, with the waters submerging him and drinking up all his tears.
Sokka couldn't say his was enjoying his first ride on a mechanical cargo elevator. Usually, even a mysterious, weirdly warm trip to the bottom levels of the Bastion could have some appeal, if just for the chance to speculate on the power source.
But then, the story Yue was telling could have ruined an all-night jerky party, never mind a descent into danger.
Her voice echoed in the shaft as the platform creaked downward on its chain
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