and aang looks so happy for her

anonymous asked:

To me it really looked like Zuko cared more about Sokka and Katara than Aang did, just look at how happy he was when him and Sokka brought Hakoda back, he was so happy for Sokka and Katara to see them have their father back, it never showed Aang be this happy, and the way he acted for Katara wanting to fix her pain of losing her mother is just phenomenal, Aang never asks Katara about her mother, he never asks how she feels ever, he always just looks at her as the girl he's wants to be with...

Yeah, from the very first time they talked, Zuko and Katara could connect on the issue of their parents in a way she never could with Aang. It is very clear this was meant to be a major point of connection for them. Katara opened up about her mother, and Zuko talked about his scar, which his father gave him.

He was meeting Ozai again just when Katara was meeting Hakoda again. What is Aang doing during this time? Running away leaving her feeling abandoned.

Zuko and Katara both struggle with missing their mothers. Zuko cannot talk to any of the girls about this, especially his girlfriend. And Katara never talks to her friends about this. Aang has no idea how she felt, he spent the episode gambling and playing.

Zuko goes back to Iroh, his real father but he’s gone. Aang Katara has to separate from her dad. Aang never asks about Hakoda after this episode, but Zuko is the one who brings him back. 

And Zuko is there when Katara faces her mom’s killer. And Katara is the one who is there when Zuko reunites with his uncle During the whole finale he is missing because he ran away. Aang never connects with Katara on a deeper level. I can see a lot of evidence that Zutara was originally planned, but sabotaged.

What if while Korra and Asami were in the spirit world, they accidentally ran into one of Korra’s past lives and that avatar was so happy to see her like “man Korra I’ve been looking EVERYWHERE for you! By the way, have you seen [lists all the avatars]” (Korra and Asami bored af) to which Korra responds “you mean, you’re all still here?????” “Yep, we’ve just lost connection with each other. Can you help reunite us?” And that becomes Korra and Asami’s mission in the spirit world cause only Korra can reunite them or something

Bonus: Korra and Asami meet a kind spirit who grants them a family or a spirit becomes their human child

Bonus 2: all the past avatars giving them [sex] tips and helping them through the difficult times of their relationship

Bonus 3: Aang is so fucking happy that there are more airbenders. The past air nomad avatars connect with the new airbenders to teach them about obscure parts of their culture.

Sixth Time’s the Charm

Their first Valentines Day, they aren’t together, even though they are. Clutching the arms of their significant others, they share a shy smile and look away, their exchange having gone completely unnoticed by their partners. Zuko spends the night with Mai, and Katara with Aang, and everyone is happy and drunk with the spirit of the holiday.

Their second Valentines Day, Katara calls Zuko crying because Aang broke up with her over dinner, said he needed time for himself, that the distance wasn’t working for him. She’d argued, accused him of not trusting her. He said he couldn’t stay if she wasn’t all in. She tried not to cry, she tells Zuko, she really did. But for so long it had just been the two of them, you know? And now…. 
Zuko tells her he knows, even though he doesn’t, not really. He tries to comfort her through the phone, but it’s not the same as being there. He stays on with her until he hears her sobs even out, grow fainter, and then stop altogether. She doesn’t reply when he whispers her name. He falls asleep to the steady rhythm of her breathing.

Their third Valentines Day, Zuko doesn’t know if she will say yes. He broke up with Mai months ago and while she had been angry at first, they both realized that things between them had been off for a while; ashes simmering before finally dying out. He can’t be there in person, but he’s built up his courage, and knows he has to try. So he calls Katara that afternoon and asks if she’d like to have dinner with him. She says yes, naturally–Zuko is one of her closest friends, not in distance, but emotionally. She called him often after her relationship with Aang ended, and she’d been there to talk when he broke up with Mai, even though he didn’t seem too upset by it. So of course she would have dinner with him. But she doesn’t realize exactly what he means, what his intentions are, asking such on Valentines Day. When the Skype call goes through that evening and he appears on the screen in a dress shirt and tie, the table formally set, and a candle between him and the camera, she feels utterly idiotic and blushes at her sweatshirt and bowl of ramen. After the initial awkwardness, the two spend the rest of the night talking, and by the end of their call, Katara has a stitch in her side from laughing so much, and Zuko spends an hour in bed just staring at the ceiling replaying the evening in his mind over and over.

Their fourth Valentines Day, Zuko shows up at her doorstep. 

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