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Fan fiction by zanhar1 posted 7 months ago
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So KataraLover and I were talking about Azula's blue fire and about this Frozen-esque theory that Ursa tried to hide the fact that Azula could bend blue fire. So I made a thing.

“The girl is strange Ozai.” Ursa muttered. “I’ve never seen anyone do that before.”

Ozai tugged at his beard, pacing about the room. “Strange? That’s power like I’ve never seen!”

It had been well over an hour since their parents had slammed the door on them and started their chatter. Azula stood there with her ear to the door until one of the palace guards directed her away. More specifically led her to Zuko’s room requesting that she play with him until her parents sought to talk to her.

In truth Azula…for once, hadn’t meant to cause a stir. She was just doing what she was told—to practice her bending. She’d never seen her mother look so mad and so confused.

The guard sat her down next to Zuko. It would seem he wanted to play with her just as little as she, him.
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Fan fiction by zanhar1 posted 7 months ago
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Azula’s state was more than fragile. He was only doing what he thought was best at the time. She was still chained to the iron gate when they arrived to take her away. This was her third major break since the comet—fourth if one included the one on the day of the comet. Zuko forced himself to watch; she was still putting up a fight—a good one at that. Screaming fire, jerking violently, attempting to bite them if they got close enough.

She looked like an animal…an animal that had found the body of a human and took it over. She was nothing like the calm and collected Azula he knew.

Eventually Ty-Lee was summoned to chi block her.

He watched her body grow limp, head hitting the ground with a slightly concerning force. She whimpered at the pavement’s greeting.

Two men lifted her limp from. Her tired eyes focused on the ground. And then she stared right at Zuko…her gaze spitting every ounce of rage within her small body into Zuko’s soul. Anger, hurt, confusion, accusation, all hitting Zuko at once—all from that one short glance.
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Opinion by zanhar1 posted 7 months ago
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I feel as though a lot of people are under the impression that Ozai treated Azula nicely. Yes he did indeed buy her all these nice things but at the end of the day she was pretty much just a pawn to him. Azula may have had her father's respect, but it didn't seem like she had his love.

While yes--as far as we know--Ozai never put his hands on Azula, the verbal abuse was apparent. She is afraid of him. Whist we haven't really seen him abuse her verbally I think it was hinted when he yelled at her before declaring himself the phoenix king. I also couldn't imagine he let her down easy behind the scenes after Zuko informed him that Aang wasn't really dead and she lied to him.

She was afraid of him. In that scene (in the comet) when he's yelling at her you can tell that she's afraid. You can see it in her eyes; fear and disappointment. Along side that scene I have this book where Sozin's comet is told from the points of view of the characters. This chapter was from Azula's POV. In it she says something along the lines of "he looks really angry, I've never spoken to my father like this before, is he going to punish me how he punished Zuko?' She's...
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