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Why Taang Aang X Toph is a good match
They are both the same age 12 years old
They both had pressures from other people: : Aang to save the world because of his destiny Toph to be over proctected and underestimated do her blindness. Not to mention they both ran from home because of it!
They are polar opposites : :Aang is innosent ,is a nice guy and a bit of a push over sometimes while Toph is Realistic with knowing how society works, is a smart mouth and super stuborn.
Aang was hunted by zuko and many enemies while Toph was hunted by yu and xin fu.
They both invent something Aang invents air ball while Toph invents metal bending.
Welcome to Republic City!Welcome To Republic City
Countless centuries ago the world was divided into four nations named after the four elements. There was the Fire Nation, Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom and Air Nomads. It was also said there were special individuals who could manipulate their nation element at their will called benders.
There was even one person born who could manipulate all four and kept peace and balance between all nations called the Avatar.
But that time and era had long since passed. Most believed that the world was long ago myths and fairy tales and only told as bedtimes.
It is the 21st century now and all the beauty, magic and adventure and bending has vanished from the world. It's been replaced by what is so commonly found in the modern day world.
Cell phones, computers, video games, fast cars, and people too busy and wrapped up to notice what really matters in life who are more devoted to sinful behavior then what is good and right.
It would seem the heroes of old are truly needed again.
The Heart Grows BitterWaves crashed against the shore as Suki practiced her routine. Later, the younger warriors would have to follow along, picking up the elder’s skills. She smirked. It would take a lot more than eagerness to learn how to be a warrior. The sea spattered her green attire, but when she swung low with her leg, she felt some of the droplets land on her white cheeks.
Kyoshi Island. Home. Suki took a deep breath. This scent reminded her of her days as a little girl, running up and down the shoreline. She hadn’t liked this place at first, but the beach made it bearable. Except when the elders found her and brought her back for lessons.
She remembered sharing this place with Sokka, with Botan, and her heart shuddered. Where were they now? Her fair husband, where had he taken their son? She snorted. Stupid question. Republic City was Sokka’s project. Suki slammed her foot onto the sandy turf and swiped at the air with her fan. She would never go there, never, never.
But that i
Change the CourseThe fireworks went off just above Mai’s head and she sent a glare at the sparkling sky. The last thing she needed was the twins clinging to her leg in the middle of the party. Thankfully, the three year olds hadn’t noticed the way the sandy ground shook, or if they did, they didn’t comment. Mai took a sip of her cactus juice then swirled the liquid left in the glass, watching it reflect the lights above.
How had she let Manzo convince her this was a good idea? Speaking of her husband, where had he wandered off to?
She tilted her head and saw Ty Lee jogging over. The main hostess was doused in pink fabric, but the cloth let her mid-drift peek out and, as usual, her feet were bare.
Mai smiled at her old friend, giving a short wave.
Once close enough, Ty Lee wrapped the girl in a firm hug. “So glad you could make it! How are you enjoying everything?”
“It’s good, Ty, really,” she chuckled. “It’s not like this is
I Would Sacrifice it all for YouA crack of thunder rippled across Ember Island. Azula stuffed a pillow behind her lower back and sighed. It had been so long since the last rainfall, she almost forgot how disruptive it could be for naps.
She caught Ty Lee’s humming from inside. Azula smelt something sweet, like honey, and her stomach gurgled. As the rain continued to patter against the roof, she closed her eyes.
Three years. How had it been that long since she was confined to a dingy cell? Sometimes she dreamt she was still inside that small room with only herself to talk to. And Ty Lee, when she visited, which was often.
“Why are you letting me go?”
Zuko stood before her, arms crossed with Aang by his side. “Because you’re my sister. Mother wouldn’t want you to be locked up for the rest of your life.”
Azula snorted. “So you’re just going to let me go? Aren’t you worried about what I’ll do once I’m free?”
Zuko’s gaze wandered to the
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