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Zutara AU: During the fight in the Crystal Catacombs, Katara is able to save Aang from Zuko and Azula but gets captured herself. She is transported back to the Fire Nation and used as bait to lure Aang. However, spending much time together, a romance between Zuko and Katara blossoms as their bond grows stronger.


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[1/5] Favorite Male Characters: Zuko, Avatar: The Last Airbender

“Growing up we were taught that the Fire Nation was the greatest civilization in history. And somehow, the war was our way of sharing our greatness with the rest of the world. What an amazing lie that was. The people of the world are terrified by the Fire Nation! They don’t see our greatness, they hate us! And we deserve it. We created an era of fear in the world. And if we don’t want the world to destroy itself, we need to replace it with an era of peace and kindness.”


Favorite TV Episodes 2/? - Avatar: The Last Airbender 2x09 “Bitter Work”

“You’ve always thrown everything you could at me! Well, I can take it, and now I can give it back! Come on, strike me! You’ve never held back before!”


Dear Avatar, 

I’ve loved your show since the first day that it premiered. It has an awesome plot line, with fantastic characters that a lot of people can relate too. One character that really stuck with me was Toph. I absolutely love, how you didn’t make her weak because of her disability. Most shows in the media make fun of people that are disabled. But not Avatar. 

Avatar made a disabled person, one of the most powerful characters in the show! I’m beyond grateful, because I myself have a disability. So, I know what it’s like too feel that you aren’t as good as other people because of it. But, Toph was strong. Emotionally, and physically. So, the one time someone picked on her, she wasn’t afraid to tell them off for it. The time she was insecure about it, didn’t define her character. 

I really want to thank the creator’s for writing such a beautiful show. Avatar’s stuck with me for 10 years, and I don’t think that it’ll ever really go away