2 things I find really awkward..
1. I might be the only one here in elementary but yes next year im going to junior high *shrieks like zuko when he wets his bed*
zuko: hey wait a second..I don't wet my bed! narrator person -_-
narrator(who's awkwardly me): *shrugs* I like a little pa-zaaz *jazz hands* or I just tried to get you angry ethier works ^-^
2. I still don't know 'who' the hay is doctor 'who' but it seems interesting so ill check it out ^-^,
anyways I like the bit of humor in some of your chapters "zuko the royale idiot yes he is an idiot" of course you wrote it differently I like everything about this though so yea I agree iron man is epic *facepalm* hehee I wuv facepalms :3
hi gals and guys nice chappie did anyone see the korra episodes there cool also I just saw frozen with my dad
jenny: what the heck is frozen
me: it is a very good movie that is about a girl that does something similar to waterbending
"There's a humming in the restless summer air
And we're slipping off the course that we prepared
But in all chaos, there is calculation."
-Lorde; Glory and Gore
Zuko knew he was behaving irrationally. Barging into the tavern to fight the Acolytes was unnecessary and stupid, he should've been stealthier about it, but right now he just didn't care. These people killed his cousin, Lu Ten, and shattered his Uncle's world. For that, they would pay. And with that thought, Zuko threw his fiery fist into the face of an Acolyte.
Katara almost forgot for a second that she was supposed to be fighting, for she was too distracted by Zuko's rage. He was being ruthless in his attacks, and seemed to have unlimited power and energy. It had been a long time since she'd seen Zuko so angry, what was the problem? Sure, the Acolytes of Azulan had infiltrated the palace and tried to attack him, but many people had gone after Zuko and he never once took it so personally. Something was going on, something that he wasn't telling her. But, she was forced to shift her focus back to the fight in front of her when a blade nearly missed her cheek. She turned and retaliated with a water whip, an old favorite of hers, Katara loved how effective it was, while being so simple at the same time.
So far the battle seemed to be going pretty smoothly, and the Acolytes realized that they were not only outnumbered, but outmatched as well. Katara's inner smile faded quickly, though, as she noticed at least a dozen more people line up behind the Acolytes they were already fighting. Well that evens things out, she thought smugly. Suddenly, before anyone was able to make a move, the ground beneath their feet began shaking and they lost their balance. Katara looked around frantically in hopes of finding the source of the commotion, and relief washed over her once she realized what, or who caused it. Toph, Ty Lee, and Suki had come to their rescue and were approaching quickly, and Toph was earthbending. Ty Lee propelled herself past the others, and jumped into the middle of the fight as everyone regained their footing. Quickly, she began taking Acolytes down left and right, until none remained. It was scary, Katara thought, how powerful the young acrobat/Kyoshi Warrior truly was.
Now that they were incapable of moving, Zuko had his guards go in and begin cuffing the Acolytes.
"You're makin' a mistake, Fire Lord Zuko," said one of the Acolytes, the one who'd spoken earlier inside of the tavern.
"No, I am not. I know a criminal when I see one, and I know that your gang attacked my palace," replied Zuko.
"That's the thing, we never attacked you! We were set up, the Acolytes were never after you."
Zuko didn't respond, he didn't think these people deserved a response.
"Now, however we are after you. There are more than just this group here, there are lots of us, and we're comin' for you and your friends. And we're comin' hard."
Thanks to all of you who've been keeping this story alive and on the board, you have no idea how much that means to me! I'm also very sorry for the wait, hopefully the chapter I'm about to write makes up for it! :D
hey thanks way by the way see what I did there okay hey if I don't reply I am either in trouble or school mostly school I really hate school
jenny: you are a sad sad little child
me: i am not a child I am a tween
shane: i love you jenny
jenny: I love you too
me: ah gross love is so disgusting and to think I almost made a fanfic about you jenny
STAND UP AND SPEAK UP TO BULLIES
Doctor Who is a British television series first aired in the 1960s. In the series an alien called the Doctor travels through time in a blue police box. Whenever the Doctor dies, he regenerates, and becomes a new Doctor. He also travels with companions, who are constantly being replaced by different companions. Currently, his companion is Clara Oswald, though the last episode with her was sort of sketchy... So she might have actually died or something...
The next episode of Doctor Who airs on November 18, unless I'm mistaken. ^^
As I mentioned on White Blank Page, I've been super busy recently. I feel terrible for neglecting my stories on here though... So, I'm gonna try to stick around long enough to finish White Blank Page and Never Let Me Go, but sadly, my days on this board seem like they're becoming numbered...
I promise that I'll have something posted as soon as I can. Thanks for all of the support!
(Writer and Kataang402's Avatar Science Sister)
"This never ending story
Paid for with pride and faith
We all fall short of glory
Lost in the sun."
-30 Seconds to Mars; Closer to the Edge
Aang cringed inwardly as Zuko fire-blasted through the tavern's door. When the Fire Lord nodded at him, Aang thought he was just going to enter, not break the door down! This was a public establishment, more than just the Acolytes were going to be here, they had to play it safe. It was too late for that, though. What was done was done, and it was time to fight.
There weren't very many people inside of the tavern; just two older men playing a game of pai sho, a rough-looking woman sitting alone and drinking her beverage in peace, and in the back corner sat a group of five middle-aged men, and they were all looking at Aang and his friends. Aang quickly grabbled Zuko's shoulder before he could make a move.
"Aang, what are you doing?" Zuko growled quietly.
"Zuko, you need to take it easy. You're letting your personal feelings get in the way, and you're forgetting that this is a public place with innocent people sitting inside of it," responded Aang.
Zuko glared at his friend for a moment, and then looked to the ground. "You're right, I'm sorry. What should we do?"
Suddenly Sokka stepped in between them. "I don't think we'll have to do anything now. Look," he said nervously. Aang turned his head and noticed that the men from the back corner of the tavern were walking towards them. These men were clearly part of the Acolytes, what were they supposed to do? Aang knew they couldn't battle in inside with these innocent bystanders sitting so closely. But before he could think about it anymore, one of the Acolytes grabbed his arm and dragged him outside, along with his friends.
"I don't know what you 'heroes' are doin' lookin' for us, but you've put yourselves in a world of trouble by doing so," one of the men spat, he sounded especially disgusted with the word 'heroes'. Without any hesitation, the man pulled out a sword and began attacking, as did his four companions.
Ty Lee hurriedly told Toph of Azula's plans, and what Zuko was getting himself into by attacking the Acolytes of Azulan. Suki sauntered out of her room to listen to the story as well, and when Ty Lee was finished, the girls decided they needed to go after their friends and help. So, they dropped everything and sprinted from the palace. Ty Lee just hoped with everything she had that everyone would be okay, because if they weren't, this would fall on her shoulders. If she would've made it to the palace in time to warn Zuko, they wouldn't be in this mess. Sprits, help us, she pleaded in her mind.
Azula cuddled up in her blankets and did her best to both look and sound ill and in pain as the guard entered her cell.
"Good morning, Azula. How are you feeling today?" he asked her.
She coughed. "I'm beginning to feel much better. I was actually wondering if I could take a brief walk outside today, I really think it would help." Azula responded and coughed again.
The guard gulped. "Oh, um, I don't know... I was just supposed to bring you these blankets," he trembled and placed the blankets at the foot of her bed. "Besides, we aren't allowed to take you out of your room when the Fire Lord isn't around."
Azula grinned inwardly. So her brother had been dumb enough to still go after the Acolytes of Azulan? Excellent.
"I'm sure Zuzu wouldn't mind, I'll only be a few minutes. I'm in desperate need of some fresh air..."
"I don't know..."
"Listen here, and listen well. I'm only asking for five minutes outdoors, is that too much to give to a princess? If it's so, I'll just tell my brother that one of his guards refused to tend to me and you'll lose your job quicker than you can say Palace. What did you say your name was again?"
The guard sighed, he knew he'd lost. "Alright, five minutes."
Azula smiled wickedly as the guard approached her. He helped her up and looped his arm through hers to escort her outside. As they reached the door, Azula acted quickly. She put her foot between his, and twisted around him, causing him to stumble. She then swiped his keys and bolted for the door, locking it behind her. She was free.