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Ty-Lee sighed with relief as she heard the shouting inside Irohs tea shop finally reach its highest point. It meant that the almost nightly shouting match that went on inside was coming to a stop soon. Well not so much a match as much as a Azula airing her grievances for the day. Zuko had sent her here hoping her rough edges would get worn down by Iroh.
Or as Azula had put it. “Decided that she was better off crazy and Irohs ranting would put her there.”
Technically her body guard Ty-lee had witnessed pretty much all that had happened the last few months and to be honest it was kind of funny. Azula was not designed to serve tea. Ty-Lee had been watching Azula get angry for years, but now that she was reduced to a humble tea server it was more funny then scary as Azula almost went out of her way to be angry at everything.
A slamming door preceded the growl of frustration as Azula stormed onto the patio where Ty-lee was enjoying the cool night air.
Ty Lee's Heavens Light/ Azula's Hellfire.Ty Lee sat under one of the trees in the palaces gardens, almost enjoying being alone for once. It had been a couple weeks since she had returned to the Fire nation along with Mai and Azula, and her family where not as pleased to see her as she had hoped. They had yelled at her for just leaving and abandoning the family, but she was not as stupid as most people thought. Ty-lee may have hoped for a different reaction but she was not really surprised with their anger and knew that it would fade.
What she was not prepared for though was being thrown back into the same house that forced her away in the first place. She had hoped that had gotten better at telling the differences between her and her sisters. But apparently not, today her parents had completely confused her for one of her sisters and yelled at her for some stupid thing that her sister did at a party. When she corrected them they had questioned her.
“I know who I am.” Ty Lee said to herself in the palace garden. Sh
TyZula: Open to Change~Avatar Week: Beginnings Ty Lee was apprehensive as she fixed her gaze firmly on the ground. She wouldn't look Azula in the eyes. She couldn't. Sure, people were saying that the ex-Fire Princess had been changing as of late, but after all they'd been through, it figured that Ty Lee wasn't just going to jump into Azula's arms the second she saw her. Hands gripping the sides of the chair she sat on, Ty Lee bit her lip to prevent herself from being the first to speak. The two of them had not said a word to each other since Azula suddenly appeared in the doorway.
Scratching her cheek awkwardly, Azula tried to think of something to say. Her default—an array of insults—was not going to help the situation. Nowadays, being cruel wouldn't get her what she wanted. But she didn't have much experience still with how to interact with others without invoking their fear in some way. Of course, Ty Lee seemed to be afraid even without Azula doing or saying anything. Coming to Kyoshi Island was probably a bad