Nine, Rose and Jack land on a fascinating planet populated by a strange people, many of whom have unique abilities. They promptly get themselves arrested, because, well, they are themselves. Rose wants to adopt the Firelord. The Doctor is fascinated by the culture. Jack really, really wants to learn how to firebend. If everyone could stop being adorable for two minutes this would all go a lot smoother.
Fandoms: Avatar: The Last Airbender
05 Oct 2019
Zuko loses his memory and becomes an Earth Kingdom war hero. His father is going to LOVE this.
It happens the second or third time they come across their wanted posters.
Now, it’s never bothered her that she can’t see. You can’t miss something you’ve never had, afterall, and Toph’s never been without the simplicity of the black filling her vision. Besides, it’s not like she can’t see, she just does it differently.
Toph sees with the earth, just like her earthbending masters. And the badermoles were excellent teachers. She can feel someone coming from miles away, can sense the slightest movement, can read people like a book, and all she had to do was be in contact with her element.
But it doesn’t change the fact that she’ll never know what her friends look like. And it’s a silly thing to focus on in that moment, in the middle of a town where people want them dead, but the realization hits her hard.
- Part 3 of the kids aren't alright
As they travel, Sokka learns to collect stories.
Not only do the stories give them more knowledge about the Earth Kingdom, which is beyond helpful because Aang really needs an earthbender, but they also inspire people to do good, even in the colonies.
And, not that he’ll ever admit to it, Sokka loves all the stories and legends about the Blue Spirit. A swordsman in a mask, or so the stories say, whose silence is a symbol of safety and freedom.
- Part 2 of the kids aren't alright
He wanders the Earth Kingdom, introduces himself as Zuko, a name that belongs to these peoples’ enemies, because there’s good among his nation, and he wants the world to know that.
Because every day there are more reports of the Fire Nation claiming more land or another defenseless town in his father's- in Ozai’s name.
And despite all the damage his soldiers are causing, he wants the other cultures to know. Wants people to know that the Fire Nation is suffering just as much as they are in this war, and that they are more than the face of the enemy.
His people sport burns and tragedy just as they do, and if no one else is going to show that, then it’s up to him.
- Part 1 of the kids aren't alright
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09 Jul 2020