Personality: Mizuki is a sweet, soft heart person. She hates to upset people or make them mad. She talks very proper most of the time. Most guys she meets around her age, say she is very pretty, but being very modest Mizuki just blushes, smiles a bit and says "Thank you." She rarely gets angry. But she does get sad occasionally. She almost always cheery. She basically like Himegi from Baka and Test, or like Miyuki from Lucky Star.
Origin: The Air Nomads
Bender: Mizuki is one of the only benders of Air
Bio: TLA-Mizuki was an only child. She wasnt really a spoiled child either....
Okay before you read let me explain it. I'm adding episodes I made up for season 3, they happened after Southern Raiders but before the Ember Island Players. The episodes are all about Azula and Jet, I really think they should've happened on the show so here you go.
In the city of Ba Sing Se, after attempting to kill her brother, Princess Azula payed a visit. As she strolled through the city with her guards, the simple earth kingdom people looked at her in fear. She payed no attention for she was use to being feared by everyone she's ever met. She arrived at the palace, which was taken over....
I nudged Katara and she woke up. “Aang?” she asked. “Did you have a nightmare?” “Well, yes,” I said, “but that’s not why I woke you up.” She raised an eyebrow. “Happy Birthday!” I said, pulling out a card from my pocket. She opened it and it read:
I hope your birthday is one of the best days of your life.
P.S.: We’re going somewhere special today.
Katara’s face lit up. “Oh, thank you, Aang!” she exclaimed, hugging me. “Oh, it was no big deal,” I said. “Come on, the others are up. We all planned a party for you, and after that, it’s just you and...
Hey, guys; sorry about the long wait! This is a sequel to The Moments Ahead. Hope you like it!
It was a cool night just outside of Ba Sing Se. Aang and his friends were camping outside the walls, under the stars. "Ahh!" Aang let out a short scream as he shot up from his sleeping bag. "Aang...nightmare...Katara...fix it..." Sokka murmured sleepily from his tent. Katara sat up and sighed. "I'm going..." She and Aang weren't in tents; they insisted they sleep outside. Katara walked over to Aang. She knelt next to him. "Are you okay?" "N-no," he whimpered, still scared. "But I will be...go back...