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Zutara-The Dream, pt. 8Pt. EightYou've ChangedZutara-The Dream, pt. 8 by ~WolfGrrl45
Throughout the tour, Katara noticed that Zuko constantly had guards and attendants trailing him. Some would just wait outside the room they were in; some would stand off to the side. They reached the courtyard and Katara looked around, surprised to find nobody.
"Do they follow you everywhere?" she asked in a hushed tone, and he laughed.
"Everywhere but here. It's strange; a lot of people in the fire-nation have superstitions about standing pools of water. They think it'll interfere with their bending or something."
"So I assume you spend a lot of time here?"
"Yeah, it's good to be left alone every once in a while." He replied, laughing.
"But it's good to be with somebody every so often, too. Believe me, after living alone for a very long time, you enjoy company a lot more."
"I've been meaning to ask you about that. Have you had any luck?"
"Not so far. People need somebody with more practical skills. All I can do is water bend and clean. I can do a b
Dragonborn Rising-IDragonborn RisingDragonborn Rising-I by ~WolfGrrl45
It was a quiet night. Aurora Borealis glowed above the mountains, and the stars shone through the fantastic ribbons of color. There was no life to be seen. A lone adventurer climbed them mountain, guided by instinct, or perhaps it was fate. A thin coat of snow had fallen the day before, covering the paths, but somehow the way was clear to her. She crept along, bow in hand, and great-sword at her back. As she got closer to her destination, the rocks showed signs of charring. She could spy, under the snow, the outlines of twisted, charred corpses. She finally reached a break on the mountain's surface, and saw her mark. Curled on the ground a few meters away from her lay a dragon, sleeping among mammoth bones and burnt corpses. Carefully, she drew a single arrow from her quiver and pulled a small vial from her satchel. She gently dipped the arrow in the poison and discarded the empty glass vial. Taking aim, she drew the single
Requiem, pt.5Chapter FiveUnexpected EventsRequiem, pt.5 by ~WolfGrrl45
Charon followed Anastasia through the downtown D.C. wastes, and before too long they met up with a Brotherhood dispatch, sent to escort Anastasia to Galaxy News Radio. They walked in silence, and when they reached the bunker, the Brotherhood members solemnly and respectfully thanked her and nodded their goodbyes. Anastasia was greeted at the door by Knight Dillon.
"We're all really excited about the new dish. You're helping a lot of followers fight back against the Enclave."
"Thank you, Dillon. I'm glad to help, but I was promised information in return. Where's Three Dog?"
"Ah, he's upstairs broadcasting his first message across the wasteland. Just wait a few minutes until he's off the air, then you can go talk to him." Anastasia nodded, and walked slowly up the stairs, deliberating her every movement.
"To tell you the truth," she murmured, so Charon could only just hear her, "I'm afraid of what I may find out."
Three Dog stood with his back t
SurelyMy heart is in my throatSurely by ~WolfGrrl45
As I fall, faster and faster
Deeper and deeper
Blue eyes meet blue eyes
A smile for a smile
Surely it's been a lifetime
Since we met
Surely I've known you all my life
How can this only be hours?
No, surely I've been falling all my life
Surely you've been right here
To sing to me when I have nightmares
To hold me when I'm lonely
Surely it was you that kissed me goodnight
And didn't go
And made me laugh with joy
And cry with happiness
Yes, of course
Surely this is love