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A Kataang Fanfiction-Chapter 2A KATAANG FANFICTION: CHAPTER 2
Katara bolted to the door, panic swooping in her heart with black intention. Frantic footsteps behind her revealed that Toph and Sokka were right behind her.
"No . . ." Katara found herself whispering. "No, no, no . . ." Tears were already streaming down her face in erratic streaks, and sobs caught in her chest with painful hitches.
Stumbling through the doorway, she sprinted to where Aang was lying. Throwing herself to the pavement, she grabbed Aang's face in both of her hands. He was already deathly white. Blood was pooled around him in a sickening pattern.
Lips trembling, Katara's frantically tried to get a response from Aang.
"Aang!" she stated in an unstable voice. "Aang, you listen to me right now!"
Suddenly, Katara caught a movement out of the corner of her eye. Apparently, so did Toph. A column of solid rock burst from the earth a few feet away from Aang's unconscious body. A sharp tap and clatter followed.
Katara reluctantly jumped to her
A Kataang Fanfiction: The BeginningPROLOGUE
I am familiar with Death.
I know of his hands, cold and clammy.
I know of his breath, icy and rattling.
I know of his heart, dead and merciless.
I know that his favorite environment is that of a war-ridden world, one infected with hatred and murder.
However . . . Death can never conquer his mortal enemy, no matter his efforts.
His enemy . . . is love.
This is our story.
CHAPTER ONE: ARROW
It was a rather lazy day. Rain poured outside, and the Gaang was stuck inside for the time being.
Sokka was polishing his new sword, strong arms delicately swabbing the glistening blade. Though his face showed the utmost concentration, he was hardly into it.
Toph was half-heartedly picking at her toes, occasionally stopping to scratch an armpit or insert a smelly finger up her nose. Occasionally, she sighed in an exasperated way.
Aang, exhausted from keeping up with firebender rebellions, was nodding off at the table, mouth
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It was Azula; there was no doubt about it. The regal, beautiful, and evil smirk that always donned her expression lingered on her face as they gazed at her in amazement.
"Azula?" Sokka said. "How in the world . . ." he trailed off, shaking his head.
"I thought that she had finally cracked . . ." murmured Katara. "I haven't seen her since Sozin's Comet, but last I heard she was taken to an asylum."
"Me, too," Aang said. "Zuko told me."
"She probably escaped," said Toph, "she is an evil mastermind, after all."
Aang frowned. "Well, whatever she is, she needs to be taken away. Toph, make a prison. Sokka help her keep guard." Reaching into his pocket, Aang pulled out his Appa whistle. "I'm going to Iroh's tea shop. Zuko and Mai are visiting. They should know what's going on."
Taking a deep breath, Aang blew the noiseless whistle, and then turned to Katara.
"I'm going with you." Katara interrupted.
Aang smiled. "I was going to ask if
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Sokka and Toph immediately knew what to do. It was obvious that, though Aang was fully realized, he was not in control at the moment. Sokka knew that Aang could easily kill him, and not even realize it. But, Sokka also knew that Aang would never, EVER hurt Katara, no matter what kind of state he was in, and Sokka trusted him.
"Stay here!" he yelled to Toph, and ran toward Katara's still form. He was battered left to right by harsh, stinging wind circulation from Aang. Dust and debris pelted his eyes, and it was hard to see. Still, he made it to Katara. Bending over, he picked her up easily, and ran back to Toph. He set Katara down, then turned to watch the battle. It was carnage already. Rebels were lying everywhere, and that was just from the wind. But it was getting far worse.
Toph yelled "I'm gonna give us some shelter!" Then, she sliced downward , and a giant earth tent rose up around them. It was entirely covered except for a slit in one of t