This takes place at the conclusion of the Southern Raiders.
Katara walked back from the dock, leaving Aang and Zuko to talk. She still had mixed feelings about the outcome of everything that happened today. She knew she had truly forgiven Zuko; the thought of him no longer infuriated her, a weight had been lifted. But she wasn't certain she would find an end to the cold ache she felt knowing that the man who killed her mother is still out there, even though she was able to confront him and saw the empty, pathetic state which he had been reduced. Aang may have been right: Killing him...
Found this picture on DeviantArt and it seemed to tell a story.
This takes place during a period not long after the events of Sozin’s Comet.
After being crowned Firelord, Zuko forgoes the throne and chooses to travel to the various water tribes and earth kingdoms, but now no longer as a refugee, or outcast, but as an ambassador. He has left the fire nation to the care attention of his Uncle, the one person Zuko feels should have ascended the throne in the first place. But Uncle Iroh is only acting as an interim Firelord until Zuko returns. Uncle is happy just to open a tea...
Okay am I the only one who thought the end of A:TLA contradicted everything they said earlier? So Aang has to give up Katara, but instead he runs after her and blocked his Avatar chakra. But magically in the end he managed to control the avatar state and get the girl?
What also gets to me, in the last season, they set up Zutara for them to fail, I mean if you know anything about movie making you CANNOT bash a couple you do not like, no matter what. It was Kataang or Zutara the entire time. The best part of it all is they tried to crush the Zutara spirit but they couldn't!
Katara got up that morning and went straight to practicing her bending alongside Aang, the Avatar and her boyfriend.
"Good morning sweetie," Aang smiled.
"Good morning," Katara nodded. Aang tried to be affectionate, but of late Katara wouldn't respond to his affections. "Back and forth, push and pull," Katara said to herself then her eyes landed on Zuko, Prince of the Fire Nation. He himself was practicing his own bending, firebending! Katara didn't know why she felt an odd attraction to him. She felt as a moth drawn to the flickering light of the flame. Though the others warned...
As everyone plaiyed in the water, Katara kept staring at Zuko. Feeling her eyes on hi, he turned to her ans asked "Why are you staring at me?" She simply pointed at the scar on his chest, the scr that Azula left from the Agni Kai.
"Everytime I look at that, it just keeps reminding me of how stupid i was to let my guard down while you and Azula were fighting. Because of me, you almost died!" Katara couldn't stand the fact she almost made him die, and although a yaer had passes, the scar looked as if it had happened yesterday.
Aang, Zuko, and i were in the courtyard. i sat on the steps while Zuko taught Aang something new. "There's one techniche you need to leard before facing my father," Zuko said. "How to re-direct lightning. If you let the energy in your own body flow, the lightning will follow it. You turn your apponents energy against them." Aang lit up. "That's like waterbending!" he said. Zuko nodded. "Exacly. My uncle learned this technique himself by studying waterbenders."
"So...have you re-directed lightning before?" Aang asked.