I smiled as the Fire Nation ship sailed by.
"Fresh meat." I muttered to myself.
I was never fond of the Fire Nation. The Water Tribe, the Earth Kingdom, and the Air Nomads--I assume they're nice--are fine by me. But the Fire Nation are brutal, heartless, and cruel.
I stalked the ship silently. "Something tells me a lot of funerals are going to happen." I said to myself. "Possibly for some Fire Nation soldiers."
I brought some ice to the top of the water, and jumped from glacier to glacier swiftly. I made sure my staff was still on my belt.
I jumped onto the ship.
No one was on deck, surprisingly. It was bare and empty.
*Strange* I thought.
I saw a doorway, obviously leading to people. Quietly, I went through.
I heard laughter of soldiers in the distance. Maybe about twelve feet away. Slowly, I tip-toed to them, blowing the hair out of my face.
"Oh, that's funny!" A voice said.
"It wasn't meant to be." Some one else said, seriously.
I leaned at the corner of the room, and peeked through. An old man, and a teenager. That was it?!
The old man was...roundish, you could say. Looked relazed.
*He should be easier to take out when the other guy is gone* I thought.
The other one looked a lot stronger than the old man. They had a scar on their face to prove it. I almost laughed.
*I shall call him Scar Face* I thought to myself.
The two were having a conversation about something. Something about a kid of some sort. While the old man showed not much emotion about it, Scar Face seemed like it was the bane of his existence.
I took out my staff.
The two weren't looking in my direction, so blending into the wall was easy.
I charged at the men.
Well, I sort of think Anasaki and Toph are alike. Toph and Katara don't get along, so I don't expect Katara and Anasaki to, either. (Plus, I really hate Katara.) I know that's not a reason to make her the "bad guy". She has really good character development, and I should probably hate her less...it's just that I don't think she would like Anasaki that much. Thank you for still enjoying the story, though.
"Pay, please," June said, holding out her hand.
We had gotten to the place we needed to go, and we were stopping for a rest, but June was about to leave.
"I need to know when to find her," she said.
I gulped. "Th-The thing is..."
Zuko walked up to us and said, "She's currently hiding in the Fire Nation. Near the palace, but not exactly next door."
June said, "Okay, sure, but if Saki contradicts you--"
"It's true," I said. "She'll be there. He-here, in case you don't believe me..."
I tried to find some money, but then I remember I don't have pockets.
"I know!" June said. "Your belt. Give it to me, or give yourself to me."
I gasped. "Th-this is an heirloom! Why would you want it?"
"Costs money, doesn't it?" She replied.
I stood silent, and looked at the ground.
"Fine," I whispered, and took my belt in my hands. "You can have it..."
I got it off, and then handed it to her.
"Now go!" I cried, earthbending her away.
"Why didn't you just earth or airbend her away before?" Toph asked.
"Because, I'm an idiot," I replied. Score, for me and my quick thinking.
Suki came over. "We'll get it back, I promise," she said.
"We better," I muttered, then went to plop on Appa's tail. "It's important."
"I think you're just overreacting," Katara said, setting up a green tent for herself.
"I'm not--" I stopped mid-sentence, sighed, and rolled over to stuff my head into fuzz. I mumbled something inaudible to creep them out. You know, I'm starting to think I should make a list about why I hate almost all humans. I mean, most of them are stupid, greedy, mean, snotty--
I had a flashback to when I first met Mai, and when I first met Katara. I shooed that off, because I had enough bad memories of things right now.
I sighed, turned to my back, and tried to go to sleep.
Me: If we weren't friends, would you STILL be on my friends list? :D I am NOT that unreasonable. Happy 12th birthday!
Mika: HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Marik: Again, meh...
Aang: What THEY said, except.... Marik.
Me: :D What they all said, except of course Marik.
I am NOT like that and I DON'T have a boy friend or a phone. then again I might when we move
OMA! I can't believe that you are 12! I JUST turned thirteen on the seventeenth of Dec. BTW when will you continue? I want to know what's the name of the game! I am sorry I have been listening to Mamma Mia to much re try I want to know what you'll do when the series is over!
Thanks! :D Yeah, that's basically what most of my class is like. I actually don't have a cellphone, or a boyfriend, I want to wait on those. (Zuko is literally the only boy I'm interested in unless you're counting his voice actor. <3)
@_@ Wow~ I thought you were at the very least thirteen! You are extremely mature for your age. Most eleven year olds are all over the place, screaming their heads off about their new cell phones, and their boyfriends, and their boyfriends' cell phones...
SERIOUSLY!! Come ON!! Sorry if I seemed a bit miffed, but it seems like you are INTENTIONALLY ignoring me. If you REALLY feel the need to do that, you know you can find me at Sokka's Humor School...
Hi, everyone! This part is going to have an okay ending. I promise it'll pick up.
Part One Hundred (and?) Nineteen
"Spirit Girl?" Sokka whispered.
I sniffled. "Spirit Girl," I moaned. Did I regret my decision? No. Prison isn't the worst place...would it be? If I gave myself to June in exchange or her help, would she turn me in, or sell me, or keep me as a slave? Most likely one of the first two.
So, as June's...um, weird sniffy thing....sniffed out signs of Aang, anywhere, I pondered this.
"Who's the Spirit Girl?" Katara asked. I gave her a solemn look, and her eyes widened. "No! Anasaki!"
"I had to," I groaned. "How else would she help us?"
"You could have made someone up," Sokka said, shrugging.
"You could have offered me," Suki said. "I used to be a prisoner in The Boiling Rock!"
"You could have offered anyone else!" Katara cried. "What are you going to do now? She's going to ask you, and--"
"Look, I did what I did, and she believed me. Can we change that!?" I cried at them, my way of saying, Shut up, you don't think I regret it?!
"She won't get a chance to take you, or harm you," Zuko said. "I won't let her.'
I snickered. "You mean we?"
"No," he said. "I mean I."
"That's sweet, but I don't think it'll work." I said. "Lets just focus on finding Aang for now."
Did we focus on finding Aang? No.
The thing was. Mr. Sniffy--which is his nickname in my book--couldn't find any traces of Aang. So, Zuko had the great idea of Hey, if anyone knows where Aang would be, it would be my uncle! Yeah!
So, We all loaded on Appa, and flew off to find Iroh. Though, Aang hunted had a much better ring to it.