day of black sun part 2

This lady up here is Andrea Romano, the voice director behind “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” and “The Legend of Korra.” Because of her, not only were we able to be blessed with such wonderful voice actors as Dante Basco, and Janet Varney, but it’s her direction that really helped bring to life the characters that Bryke created. 

Moments that I am personally thankful for: 

  • The way Asami’s voice shakes just a bit when she mentions her dad in the finale
  • Pretty much everything uttered by Zuko.
    • But especially in “The Day of Black Sun, Part 2,” when he confronts Ozai, and you can hear Zuko’s voice catch in his throat when he says “My father,” like he’s truly realizing just how fucked up his relationship with Ozai was. 
  • The way Aang’s voice warbles in “The Storm,” when he says “I don’t want to talk about it,” and earlier in”Winter Solstice,” when he’s talking to Hei Bei, and you can hear his voice crack just a bit when he says “You’re upset and angry because your home was burned down.”
  • Korra. Need I say more?
  • The way Mai’s voice breaks just a bit when she breaks up with Zuko in “The Beach.”
    • Actually, everything related to Mai, really, given what we learned at Fan World.

little brain: wow an eclipse tomorrow just like in Berserk (Kentaro Miura, 1989 - present)

big brain: wow an eclipse tomorrow just like in Avatar: The Last Airbender, episode 51, The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse (dir. Joaquim Dos Santos, 2007)

galaxy brain shaped conspicuously like a cat: wow an eclipse tomorrow, just like in Warriors: Power of Three #4, Eclipse (Erin Hunter, 2008)

Sex magic incense for the men 😈
For extra fun in the bedroom, to inspire love, lust and passion, and to create an atmosphere of pure pleasure.

Dried rose-love
Cardamom- sex drive, passion
Lavender-love,passion
Nigella pod-love, joy
Vanilla bean-love, passion, lust
Cinnamon-lust, spice, heat
Cocoa nibs-passion, love, sensuality
Orris root- male sex herb
Sandalwood - love, protection
Orange peel- joy, pleasure
Damiana- aphrodisiac
Passion flower -aphrodisiac
Coriander - spice, passion
Nutmeg- love, masculine energy
2 Tonka beans- male parts, passion
2 cloves- male sex energy
2 Sea holly flowers- lust, love, pleasure
4 lupine seeds- masculine energy
Frankincense- purification
Benzoin- sunsuality, purification
Myrrh- purification, calming
Amber-long lasting, protection
White copal-purification, love

Oils of:
Black pepper- heat, male energy
spikenard- male energy
Vetivert- male energy
cedar- male energy
patchouli- lust, passion
musk- male energy, passion
ylang-ylang- love, sensuality

Prepare with intent in the day and hour of the Sun. Enjoy 😈❤️

~ The Black Fox Witch

Great rock songs relating to suicide/depression/self harm ect.

Kids In The Dark (All Time Low)

Missing You (All Time Low)

Therapy (All Time Low)

Gone (Asking Alexandria)

A Prophecy (Asking Alexandria)

To The Stage (Asking Alexandria)

Brompton Cocktail (Avenged Sevenfold)

This Means War (Avenged Sevenfold)

Fiction (Avenged Sevenfold)

I Won’t See You Tonight Part 1 (Avenged Sevenfold)

I Won’t See You Tonight Part 2 (Avenged Sevenfold)

Adam’s Song (Blink 182)

Dear Agony (Breaking Benjamin)

Drown (Bring Me The Horizon)

Hospital For Souls (Bring Me The Horizon)

Millennia [Acoustic] (Crown The Empire)

Lead Me Out Of The Dark (Crown The Empire)

Keep Myself Alive (Get Scared)

Don’t You Dare Forget The Sun (Get Scared)

Basket Case (Green Day)

Bullet (Hollywood Undead)

Save Me (Hollywood Undead)

Medicine (Hollywood Undead)

Black Dahlia (Hollywood Undead)

The Diary (Hollywood Undead)

Circles (Hollywood Undead)

The Loss (Hollywood Undead)

Pain (Hollywood Undead)

Never Lose Your Flames (Issues)

Slow Me Down (Issues)

Cemetery Gates (My Chemical Romance)

Impossible Year (Panic! At The Disco)

Scars (Papa Roach)

Last Resort (Papa Roach)

A Match Into Water (Pierce The Veil)

Stay Away From My Friends (Pierce The Veil)

Hold On Till May (Pierce The Veil)

The Divine Zero (Pierce The Veil)

Disasterology (Pierce The Veil)

I’m Low on Gas and You Need a Jacket (Pierce The Veil)

Props & Mayhem (Pierce The Veil)

45 (Shinedown)

Second Chance (Shinedown)

Monster (Skillet)

Better Off Dead (Sleeping With Sirens)

November (Sleeping With Sirens)

Everything Ends (Slipknot)

Chop Suey! (System Of A Down)

Over and Over (Three Days Grace)

Animal I Have Become (Three Days Grace)

Pain (Three Days Grace)

Never Too Late (Three Days Grace)

Ride  (Twenty One Pilots)

Goner  (Twenty One Pilots)

Truce  (Twenty One Pilots)

Migraine  (Twenty One Pilots)

Fake You Out  (Twenty One Pilots)

Guns For Hands  (Twenty One Pilots)

Doubt (Twenty One Pilots)

Holding Onto You (Twenty One Pilots)

Hair, Symbolism, and Azula's Descent into Madness

Not my hair! Father always loved my hair!

One of Bryke’s favorite forms of symbolism has to do with hair. We see it with Zuko (both with him cutting his hair in “The Avatar State,” and growing out his hair as  symbol of his gaining wisdom as the series progresses); we see it with Korra when she cuts her hair in “Korra Alone”; with Tarrlok as he adds more and more braids to his hair until he has as many braids as the man that he never wanted to become; we see it with Kuvira whenever she loses control of a situation which causes her hair to become unkempt; and, most notably, we see it with Azula.

The same principle used for Kuvira’s hair symbolism (unkempt hair whenever they lose control) can also be applied to Azula. However, with Azula, it’s not just about control–it’s about perfection. It’s about living up to her father’s standards. After all, shes a prodigy, and Ozai would expect nothing less.  

Azula grew up in a world where she was held up on a pedestal as her father’s prodigy. As such, she was forced not only to surpass her brother in the art of firebending, but to be perfect in every way in order to meet her father’s absurdly high expectations. This caused Azula to be obsessed with perfection and control. Consequently, to be anything but perfect and to lose control would mean falling short of those high standards set by her father.

And that’s precisely what happened. Her plans began to fail, pawns began acting on their own. She was no longer in control. She was no longer perfect. Her world began to fall apart around her, and she was left with nothing but her hallucinations.

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Catch a Falling Star

Characters: CastielXReader ft. Sam and Dean Winchester

Word Count: 2282 (Part 4)

A/N: Part 4 of a Soulmate AU mini-series. My muse informed me this story is going to end up with more than 5 parts after all, primarily because Castiel is the most muse-inspiring angel in the garrison and also because Crowley popped in to throw a wrench into my plot outline. Demons, right?

Summary: What if angels didn’t end up just anywhere when they are banished by sigils…what if sometimes they end up exactly where they need to be? Turns out you are Castiel’s grounding stone, and it’s more complicated than either of you realizes. Castiel and the reader are reunited, and it feels so fluffing good.

Catch up if you missed a chapter: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Harbinger of the oppressively rising temperature outside, a pearlescent green cicada, having that very morning exhaustively fought his way from the black loamy embrace of the Earth after a long slumber to shed his skin and unfold translucent purple-veined wings to the light of day, perched in the uppermost branches of a cottonwood vociferously worshipping the sun. A whispering breeze, freshened by undulant waters of the lake and heavily perfumed by newly blooming stargazer lilies planted in a mulched bed beneath a wide-open window, rustled sheer white curtains to disturb the still air of the room within. The draft mingled pleasantly with aromatic spices of Ceylon and mint emanating in an ethereal mist from a cup sat on the broad white wash windowsill and the luxuriously piquant scent of citrus lotion warmed upon the fingertips idly circling the delicate porcelain rim of the cup. The page of a book turned, accompanied by an unperturbed exhaling of honeyed breath.

Tucked bare-chested beneath soft linen sheets, swathed in bandages smelling of medicinal antiseptic and cooling liniment, Castiel awoke to the summer serenity of the room. Certain any movement whatsoever would disturb this unblemished dream within which he presently found himself peacefully enveloped, he lay quiet and motionless lest he shatter the prevailing calm.

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anonymous asked:

Favorite moments for the characters?

Azula - Into the Inferno, the mirror scene while hallucinating Ursa. I feel like that scene is what really made me love Azula, the scene that really proves how broken of a person Azula is.

Zuko - Day of Black Sun Part 2. It signifies his growth, the single most important scene in his character for me. It signifies his realizations, and coming to terms with it.

Sokka - The whole Sokka’s Master episode. The start of the episode emphasizes how inferior Sokka seems to his peers, and it shows how it really affects him. Usually, he’s seen to be confident but he knows he’s around all these bending prodigies, and he’s not even one. For him to be given something that none of them have is important. The fact is, each of them have their masters, they’re trained. Sokka? We only ever get to see him get trained by Suki. And Toph basically underestimates him in The Chase. That’s gotta hurt.

Katara - The Waterbending Master, fighting the patriarchy. The Desert, keeping the whole group together when nobody was up for it anymore. The Puppetmaster, “you’re not the only who draws power from the moon.” The Southern Raiders, stopping the fucking rain.

Toph - The Guru, while Guru Pathik was saying “the greatest illusion in the world is the illusion of separation,” and Toph’s over there using seismic sense to sense the earth in her metal cage, single-handedly developing metalbending.

Aang - Sozin’s Comet Part 4: Avatar Aang… The whole episode. The Southern Air Temple, when he sees Monk Gyatso’s remains and goes into the Avatar State. It really emphasizes how devastated he is by this. It kind of really shows you how Aang was positive that whole episode, and then he sees Monk Gyatso’s remains and it all blows up inside him. The Drill, when he delivers the final blow. The Beach, when he fights Combustion Man.

Iroh - Lake Laogai, when he talks to Zuko and asks him, “it’s time for you to ask yourself, ‘who are you? And what do you want?” The Crossroads of Destiny, when he talks to Aang.

Mai - The Beach, “you want me to express myself?! LEAVE ME ALONE!“. The Beach, when Zuko says “my life hasn’t been easy either, Mai!” and she says “whatever, but it still doesn’t excuse the way you’ve been acting!”. The Boiling Rock part 2, saving Zuko and facing Azula bravely, ready to fight her.

Ty Lee - I was going to say when she says “i joined the circus because I was afraid of being part of a match set,” but she literally joins the kyoshi warrior so, idk dude i have none for ty lee.

I just want to say thank you to all of the writers who gave us Mai and Maiko on Avatar: the Last Airbender.  To Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino for developing the series, for creating Zuko, and for co-writing the finale, to Aaron Ehasz, May Chan, Katie Mattila, and Alison Wilgus together for “Going Home Again,” the comic in which Mai and Zuko first get together, Elizabeth Welch Ehasz for giving us the episode that introduced Mai, “Return to Omashu”, and for “Zuko Alone”, Katie Mattila for “The Beach”, John O’Bryan for “Nightmares and Daydreams”, May Chan for “The Boiling Rock Part 1″, and to Joshua Hamilton for “The Boiling Rock Part 2″ and Mai’s courage and sacrifice therein.

And most of all to Aaron Ehasz both for writing episodes, “The Awakening”, “The Day of Black Sun Part 2: the Eclipse”, and co-writing the finale, but also for helping smooth over many of the rough patches of the series bible, and most likely, given what we know about the series bible and Zuko’s original lack of love interest, for creating Mai in the first place along with Elizabeth, making Aaron and Elizabeth Welch Ehasz the patron saints of Maiko.

anonymous asked:

"they were going to have Kαtααng, which they insist is in the “DNA” of the show, happen with a ten and twelve year old?" That's because Kataang was supposed to remain one-sided with Aang crushing on Katara but her not reciprocating. Them actually getting together was not planned out until later on. Even during Book 3, some of the writers wanted Katara to end up with Zuko. Zutara happening was not something that Bryke wanted but the other staff members and Aaron Ehasz wanted it to.


“I think you’re absolutely right about Mai being retconned to be paired off with Zuko. I have heard that Aaron Ehasz created Mai (and Ty Lee and Azula), and he doesnt like Maiko. If you look only at the eps that he or his wife wrote, Return to Omashu, Zuko Alone, The Awakening (life story comment) none of them suggest that they were “childhood sweethearts”. They only show Mai liking Zuko quite superficially and nothing from him. Bryke like Maiko, thats why its badly written like the LoK romance.” 


“about your ask for the airbender thing and ty lee, aaron ehasz originally was going to make ty lee a descendant of an airbender who escaped. zephyrita mentioned it once on their blog before they left. again, bryke fucked up and the ehasz duo needs to come back like aang and save us from bryke’s bullshit.” 


[Disclaimer: Araeph does not vouch for the validity of these asks, but merely wishes to demonstrate the context and frequency of these two names being mentioned.]


Who Are the Ehaszs, and Why Does Everyone Bring Them Up?

Aaron and Elizabeth Ehasz. You will hear these names often as guides for what disenchanted fans, particularly Zutara shippers and “Legend of Korra” antis, would have liked to have seen in the Avatar world, versus what we actually got once Bryke assumed more control. While A:TLA was such a collaborative effort that no one person or team could be the end-all-be-all of the series, often the balance shifts too far the other way, with people ascribing all of the series’ creative genius to Bryke. (The disappointing “Legend of Korra” and character-mangling comics helped fans take a second look at the process behind A:TLA’s creation.) There has been a subsequent pushback in recent years to give the other talents around A:TLA more credit for the story. So why were these two staff writers so important?

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Troublemaker (Part 5)

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Epilogue 

Pairing: Jungkook x Reader

Genre: Angst

Summary: Jungkook is trouble, the kind of boy your mother warned you to stay away from, the kind of boy that would leave you heartbroken and alone without a second thought. You know he’s only going to hurt you, but you can’t stay away.

Originally posted by jengkook

Part Five- End


Darkness.

All you could see was darkness.

From the moment Jungkook walked out of your life on that awful snowy day everything had gone black and cold, even the sun that shined in the clear winter’s sky looked dull. 

Over the next few days you replayed the moment over and over in your head, analysing every second of it in tormentingly minute detail and it was tearing you apart. You should have ran after him, you should have tried harder and begged and pleaded more, anything to make him stay. 

What could he have possibly done that was so bad? 

Initially the pain had been agonising, but now, after a few days you couldn’t feel anything. And that was always the worst kind of pain, the kind that took away your ability to feel any emotions until you end up living like a ghost, feeling like you only partially belong in this world.

Your calls and texts received no replies.

You’d known from the beginning he wouldn’t respond. But you had no idea what else to do, even if all your attempts were in vain. You had to try. 

You spent every night praying that tomorrow wouldn’t arrive and in a matter of a week people around you started to become concerned. You hadn’t been eating and your cheeks looked hollow, your eyes were red from endless hours of crying and underneath them lay huge dark rings from lack of sleep.

No. This had to be a dream.

Tomorrow you would wake up in the arms of Jungkook. The only place you truly belonged.

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Walkthrough - Wizardess Heart+ - Leslie

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  • Happy Ending - 338+ Intimacy

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Marauders Headcanon #8.5

Additionally:

James didn’t get hangovers. Ever. He was just one of those people who could take two advil and be right as rain. He usually spent the day after a night drinking taking care of the other three, who usually all had raging headaches and were nauseous beyond belief.

Sirius had lazy hangovers. He wasn’t particularly sick, and his headaches weren’t that bad, but the sun wouldn’t see his face that day no matter what. He spent the day after a night out holed up with Remus, blankets, and pillows and he refused to come out. He often put his head on Remus’ lap while Remus read out loud or recited poetry and pet his hair.

Remus had hangry hangovers. James learned to keep him supplied with food, otherwise he would be grouchy and complain about everything. Thankfully, Remus didn’t get hungover much and most of the time spent the day with a clingy Sirius.

Peter had sick hangovers. Vomit and all. James kept him drinking water, left a bowl by his bed, and left him well alone.

oh yeah so winter solstice part 1 and 2 is a great two-parter and they’re episode 7 and 8 of book 1, not 10 and 11 like you would expect for the “middle” of the season since atla seasons are 20 episodes long. but we know that atla was originally only picked up for 13 episodes (the blue spirit being the last episode they were guaranteed so they wanted to make it special in case the show didn’t continue), and i find this interesting because that’s the same length as the lok seasons (well, 12 14 13 13 close enough). (i mean, 13/26 is the standard industry episode order afaik, atla’s 20/21 was special)

what’s really interesting is that in season 2 if you look at episode 12 and 13 it’s the big “mid-season finale” two-parter the serpents’ pass and the drill, collectively referred to as the secret of the fire nation. (it wasn’t until book 3 that they split the season in half and put the mid-season two-parter as episode 10 and 11 (day of black sun part 1 and 2))

so basically atla book 1 and 2 were pretty much written as 13-episode seasons followed by an extra 7-episode miniseries afterwards, this is especially evident in book 2 when the extra 7 episodes are all a very tight ba sing se story arc.

i feel like this realization enhances my understanding of atla/lok’s writing, like

  • atla book 1 first 13 episodes vs lok book 2 all 14 episodes
    • 2-part opening in southern water tribe, something spiritually important (aang/spirit portal) is unlocked
    • 2-part mid-season (episode 7&8) where the avatar meets the previous/first avatar for the first time and finds out the impending event– sozin’s comet/harmonic convergence– that ozai/unalaq will use to destroy the world and must be stopped before
  • atla book 2 first 13 episodes vs lok book 3 all 13 episodes
    • first 3 episodes are journey to omashu/ba sing se to learn earthbending/find airbenders
    • mid-season episode 6&7 is beifongs and zuko/lin flashback
    • episode 10/11 has them discover something about the fire nation/red lotus as well as set in the si wong desert and misty palms oasis
    • episode 12/13 is a two-part finale mostly fight scenes

like their choices for structuring lok were so weird, you guys already know i will forever be mad at them for making each season a different plot, but i feel like this similarity to atla wasn’t a smart move. like this is why book 2 and 3 are so weirdly paced, with book 2 i love the plot, worldbuilding, korra’s arc, etc, but i really can’t praise the structure/pacing. like when i’m cutting my lok book 2 edit i keep finding little changes that make it magically flow sooo much better, it’s great. they basically took the first half of atla book 1 and then stuck sozin’s comet on the end lmaoo. if you tighten it up it works really well as a standalone story, but the way they did it is kind of too slow and too fast at the same time

and then with book 3 i feel like this explains why i always found it underwhelming and anti-climactic, like it’s basically a carbon copy of the first 13 episodes of atla book 2– this is why everyone was soo in love with how atla it felt– BUT it doesn’t have the next 7 episodes… it worked in atla book 2 because episode 12 and 13 were the mid-season finale which fed into the climactic ba sing se arc, whereas in lok book 3 it doesn’t develop any ideas and then just ends the season– with a bang, yes, the finale is good, but the whole season doesn’t tell a story.

oh the curse of book 2 and 3, one has difficult times for the characters but tells a great story, the other one has fun times for the characters but doesn’t tell a story at all.

book 1 and 4 don’t really have direct comparisons to atla. like book 1 i think the structure/pacing are EXCELLENT and i think it’s because it’s its own thing. and then there’s book 4 which is just a huge disaster that is neither good on its own nor is it modeled on atla. makes ya think

Bumblebee: I'm Back [Part 1]

It had felt like years since she had seen Blake, since Yang had gotten to see her partner. She was still angry, and didn’t understand, and didn’t know why Blake would have left at such a crucial part of life. But she’d had a solid amount of time to think about it, and Yang decided that letting go would be the best route. The burning rays of sunlight bashed against her skin and warmed her metal arm. She punched and punched and punched, until there was no tree left to punch. Anger, sadness, sorrow, despair…loneliness. All the feelings and emotions were killing her from the inside out.

Yangs father was out on a job, his first job since he started taking care of her. She convinced him to go, to take the weight of all his problems with him too. Yang grabbed a icy cold bottle of water and pretty much chugged the entire thing. The sweat on her forehead dripped down her cheeks. Working out and getting back into shape was hard…maybe Nora was right about the love handles… Yang laughed to herself and pulled her hair up into a pony tail using an old almost shot scrunchy.

“Pst.” She heard a ruffle over by the nearest window. Was she going insane or did leaves just talk to her. “Pst.” There it was again! She poked her head out of the window seeing only bright afternoon skies. Then her eyes landed on something…rather someone whom she didn’t want to see but did. Blake stood at the entrance to her house, pacing vigorously. Yang sighed and ran downstairs, just the average jog, and opened the door.

Her hair was just as she’d remembered it, that coal black silk of hair and her beautiful skin. There was bow, which wouldn’t be too hard to get used to. The second those eyes landed on her thigh, Yang felt her knees go weak. The amber yellow soft eyes that she’d noticed only showed themselves around her.

“H-Hey Yang,” Blake said looking down at her feet in shame. Yang didn’t care if she was still so dang angry at her for leaving, she just needed a hug. Yang pulled Blake into a big hug, Blake’s face just happening to land in the right spot on her chest. “I’m sorry, I’m so sorry!” She burst into tears before Yang had the chance to say anything.

“Why are you crying?” She didn’t understand, someone like Blake crying was astounding.

“B-Because I h-hurt you. And wh-when I do that, I can never forgive myself. Y-you are so important to me Yang. I’m sorry for running, I’m sorry for leaving, I’m sorry for making you feel like you have no one.” Gosh dang Yang felt the tears well up in her own eyes as Blake went on and on about how much she was sorry. And whenever she tried to speak Blake would just interrupt her again. “I just…I know you will never forgive me…but I’m sorry.”

“Never say never right kitty,” Yang winked and started petting Blake’s ears. The black haired kitty purred intensely as she stroked Blake’s ears. If she was here…where was everyone else? “Are you alone? Do you have a place to stay?”

“I’m alone, Sun went back to Neptune and the gang.” Ugh Sun, always in the way. Wait what? What was I just thinking?? Yang thought. “And no on the other one.”

“You can stay here if you want.” Blake looked up from her chest and nodded softly. Yang smiled and pet her more. No father and Blake back, best day ever. Hopefully.

[TO BE CONTINUED IN PART 2]

ATLA Complete Rewatch Stream, Special Bonus Edition: The Day of Black Sun

Thanks to an incredibly well-timed coincidence, we’re lucky enough to be able to watch the Day of Black Sun on the actual solar eclipse! So tonight (Monday) at the usual time of 9 PM EST, we’ll be continuing from where we left off last week.

Last week, Aang and Zuko learned of Avatar Roku and Fire Lord Sozin’s shared past as best-friends-turned-enemies, Sozin’s betrayal of Roku, and that Roku is Zuko’s paternal grandmother. Katara also unwillingly learned bloodbending, a form of waterbending that allows its user to control living creatures like puppets.

Tonight’s eps:

  • Episode 49: Nightmares and Daydreams
  • Episode 50: The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion
  • Episode 51: The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse
  • Episode 52: The Western Air Temple
Never Look Back Pt.1

Originally posted by taetaehyungs

[Request]; Badboy!Jungkook, college au.

Inspired by Greetings from Califournia by The Neighbourhood

Pairing: Jungkook x Reader

Words: 4,840

Genre: Angst

Warnings: Swearing, hints of mature content. 

Description: You were two people from separate worlds, though you would soon enough find yourself drawn into each other’s sick reality.

MasterlistPart 2  / Part 3 (Coming soon) ~


You would never forget the first day you seen him. His tar black hair parted in the centre revealing sun kissed skin underneath, flawless in all it’s glistening perfection. You never thought much of him. He was the type of boy your parents warned you about; truly their worst nightmare. He partied every night, barely made it to class - and when he did, he’d disturb the entire neighbourhood with his obnoxious coup style black civic, it’s engine enough to be mistaken as thunder. You never knew it’s sound would become melody to you, a warning of sick lust and excitement.

You’d only had a few interactions with him, almost all of it was him mooching school supplies or homework sheets off you. He slowly stopped asking for your answers once he realized you always gave him wrong ones. He had a dangerous aura to him, his lips always drawn back in a thin line, his gaze enough to suck your soul right out of your body. You knew to stay away from someone like him.

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Avatar The Last Airbender

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Book 1: Water

1 - The Boy in the Iceberg

2 - The Avatar Returns

3 - The Southern Air Temple

4 - The Warriors of Kyoshi

5 - The King of Omashu

6 - Imprisoned

7- The Spirit World (Winter Solstice, Part 1)

8 - Avatar Roku (Winter Solstice, Part 2)

9 - The Waterbending Scroll

10 - Jet

11 - The Great Divide

12 - The Storm

13 - The Blue Spirit

14 - The Fortuneteller

15 - Bato of the Water Tribe

16 - The Deserter

17 - The Northern Air Temple

18 - The Waterbending Master

19 - The Siege of the North, Part 1

20 - The Siege of the North, Part 2

Book Two: Earth

1 - The Avatar State

2 - The Cave of Two Lovers

3 - Return to Omashu

4 - The Swamp

5 - Avatar Day

6 - The Blind Bandit

7 - Zuko Alone

8 - The Chase

9 - Bitter Work

10 - The Library

11 - The Desert

12 - The Serpent’s Pass

13 - The Drill

14 - City of Walls and Secrets

15 - Tales of Ba Sing Se

16 - Appa’s Lost Days

17 - Lake Laogai

18 - The Earth King

19 - The Guru

20 - The Crossroads of Destiny

Book Three: Fire

1 - The Awakening

2 - The Headband

3 - The Painted Lady

4 - Sokka’s Master

5 - The Beach

6 - The Avatar and the Firelord

7 - The Runaway

8 - The Puppetmaster

9 - Nightmares and Daydreams

10 - The Day of Black Sun: The Invasion

11 - The Day of Black Sun: The Eclipse

12 - The Western Air Temple

13 - The Firebending Masters

14 - The Boiling Rock, Part 1

15 - The Boiling Rock, Part 2

16 - The Southern Raiders

17 - The Ember Island Players

18 - Sozin’s Comet, Part 1: The Phoenix King

19 - Sozin’s Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters

20 - Sozin’s Comet, Part 3: Into the Inferno

21 - Sozin’s Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang