"I always thought this scar marked me. The mark of the banished prince, doomed to chase the Avatar forever. But lately, I've realized that I'm free to determine my own destiny. Even if I'll never be free of my mark."
In a Relationship with Katara
|Posted on May 25 with 10 notes via anandathorn||Reblog|
Zuko didn’t know what he was going to do, though he wasn’t about to admit such a thing to anyone. His intuition urged him to attempt to cajole Katara into leaving for the South Pole, where she would be with her people and she would be safe. The coaxing words might turn into an argument, but at least she would be away from the threat. At least she would be alive.
She had to return at some point and maybe right now would be the most opportune moment — it would leave time for things to cool down and for people to let go of what happened, as well as time for them to try and find the person who sent the letter without him being worried sick whenever she wasn’t by her side that he would find her cold and lifeless by the hand of an assassin.
However, the firebender was familiar with Katara’s stubborn tendencies. He knew that, if she set her mind to something, it was difficult to convince her otherwise. So if she had every intention of staying by his side and fighting through this — together — then he doubted a small amount of persuasive sentences from him would help. It would only be after the yelling and after the shouting and after the tears that she would agree, if she even did.
Was it really worth it? Right now, with the idea of her being death still fresh in his mind, yes…it was. But Zuko reminded himself that not only were there guards, but Katara could handle herself more than most people he knew.
“I know it would be safer if she left,” he began, his voice hard and tone sharp against the greyface’s confrontation. “But Katara is her own person and, in the end, it’s her choice.” And he respected her enough to give her that choice. However, there was a war inside him; he wanted to try to urge her to leave, but he knew he should give her the choice. Agni, he just hoped the threat was empty…
|Posted on May 25 with 2 notes||Reblog|
we scored the same for confidence omg
i know omfg pip my buddy
it’s okay thought because i made up for it in empathy xD
what else did you get?
|Posted on May 25 with 2 notes||Reblog|
//Gaby do you have the link to it?
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my personality test results:
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I’m just gonna leave this here
while I feels in a corner.
edit: Just to clarify, Zuko is alive and it’s been released that he’s a retired Firelord travelling the world as an ambassador, and the Iroh Korra is referring to is General Iroh II who has been said will be her firebending master. No official Oldko designs, that’s just something I whipped up based on Sozin, Iroh (I), and Roku.
|Posted on May 25 with 40,759 notes via unquestionablehonor||Reblog|
For me, this is when Suki joined Team Avatar.
I know a lot of people don’t acknowledge her as a member of the group, despite the fact that both the creators and the characters say that she is. I know that a lot of people think she wasn’t instrumental enough or that she wasn’t around enough to be a part of the group. I obviously disagree with that. Suki is there when it matters. Without her, the Gaang would not have been able to prevent the Fire Nation from razing the Earth Kingdom, regardless of Aang’s success against the Firelord. Suki directly saved Toph’s life twice and Sokka’s and Appa’s once. Indirectly, she saved all of them when she sacrificed herself for Appa. She stuck with them when it was important.
I know Sukka shippers (including myself) love to fangirl over the little moment in the first gif where Sokka pulls her away from the people leaving and brings her back with the group, but this scene is more than that. It’s not just Sokka who allows her into the group here. Aang moves Appa to help her get on, Appa does the actual, y’know, moving, and Katara pulls her up on the saddle with them. Toph is busy keeping the building from collapsing on them, and Zuko is fighting, but they don’t question it when she comes with them. She’s a part of the Group. She’s a member of Team Avatar.
I know some people will tell me I’m looking too far into it, but things like this don’t just happen on accident in an animated show. An actor didn’t suddenly decide to look at another actor a certain way because they thought the fans would like it. They deliberately wrote in, storyboarded, and animated this moment so that we could see Suki join the group. This is the Moment. This photoset is another one of the things I’m going to point to when people tell me she’s not a member of Team Avatar. She IS. Get used to it.
|Posted on May 25 with 145 notes via korra-naga||Reblog|
|Posted on May 25 with 1,162 notes via korra-naga||Reblog|
(whispers) its a-ok to rely on fictional characters to get you through your life bc life is hard ok if it makes you happy stick w/ it and anybody who says otherwise can go fuck themselves (pets u gentlee)
I call for a show of hands.
Reblog if you’ve ever gotten emotional support from a fictional character.
Cause I know I have.
|Posted on May 25 with 20,595 notes via lady-hawkeye||Reblog|
// you’re welcome, bb~ idek why i went on anon, but you said anon so asdfghfd /pets u
THAT WAS YOU HOTA OMFG krjgtnkrtjg
I loved it <33
|Posted on May 25 with 1 note||Reblog|