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Fan fiction by zanhar1 posted 1 month ago
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Zuko touched his palm to his sister’s forehead.
The girl was burning up—and not in that empowering, frightening way that she usually was. No, this was a different kind of burning. A feverish burning.
He looked Azula over. She was bundled up tightly, holding her blankets close to her body. Her face was rather flushed and her nose red—likely from rubbing it with so many tissues, tissues that where uncharacteristically scattered all over the floor. When Azula was sick it was literally hit or miss in that regard, if she was able to successfully land them in the trash if not…well, she was too lazy to pick them up.
A second glance revealed a pair of tired eyes. Being the older brother, Zuko knew very well that Azula was a light sleeper. On a normal day the slightest bump or knock could wake her up. So when the girl was ill, sleep was hard for her to attain.
She sat up and coughed into her sleeve. Once…twice…thrice. And then it became an all-out coughing fit.
Opinion by avatar_tla_fan posted 1 month ago
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Avatar: The Last Airbender
So I'm going to list all my avatar top 5's 10's of things like favorite characters, favorite episodes, least favorite characters, least favorite season, and just stuff I feel like listing. Keep in mind this is all my opinion! Enjoy the article! :)

Favorite Characters:
5. Aang
4. Iroh
3. Zuko
2. Katara
1. Azula

Least Favorite Characters: (Minor and major characters)
5. Toph's parents
4. Ty Lee
3. Haru
2. General Zhou
1. Ozai

Favorite Seasons:
3. Season 2
2. Season 1
1. Season 3

Favorite Episodes:
10. Zuko Alone
9. The Storm
8. The Avatar and the Firelord
7. The Boy in the Iceberg
6. The Siege of the North (preferably part 1)
5. The Beach
4. The Boiling Rock (preferably part 2)
Fan fiction by zanhar1 posted 1 month ago
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Her feet hit hard on the pavement, kicking up dirt and shredding the grass as she went along.

She had to get away.

Had to make it out of that dreadful place.

She had no clue where she was going, but she had to get there.

She could hear her brother calling to her. He said he wanted to help her. Unfortunately for dear Zu-Zu, Azula didn’t want him to help her. He’d ‘helped’ enough already.

She could have sworn she heard her mother tell him to stop chasing her. But for all Azula knew, that could be some sort of trap, a trick of some kind. She couldn’t take any chances so she just kept running, running.

Running and running until she felt her legs go weak and her lungs scream for air.

By the time Azula decided to stop running, she was worn out. Panting rather heavily she lowered herself to the ground, gazing into the rippling water of a small pond.

She had an odd urge to let herself fall into it. The water seemed to whisper to her. Beckoning her into its depths.