uncle!aang au

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im in an Ageswap AU Mood

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Holiday + Work = Disaster. Had to work on New Year’s Eve and slept through most of the day and was unable to finish this on time. AS ALWAYS. My handwriting is atrocious on tablet.

Happy New Year everyone! All late but it’s still Jan. 1st at my place! Please enjoy this Galra-esque comic. :D

Baby!Keith gets to meet his extended family, makes new friends, and someone gets banned from future babysitting duties. Dad!Thace is glad that everything turned out okay.

Galras are difficult to draw and getting references was difficult without having my browser crash on Netflix.

Please don’t edit or repost! :D

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I kind of like the implication that Aang went through this brief period of “Fuck the Fire Nation,” after finding out that his people had been massacred. 

The show doesn’t focus too much on Aang’s grief in Book 1, but I feel like this meshes well with my headcanon about Aang being reminded of Kuzon while talking to Katara in “The Storm,” which ultimately leads to him reminiscing about him in “The Blue Spirit.” 

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Klance!AU

Listen, getting caught stealing millions of dollars worth of Balmera crystals and being forced to gather intel for the Balmerians, instead of rotting in a jail cell, wasn’t the worst thing to ever happen to Lance. Yes, the hours were long. In all honestly he wasn’t sure if he was ever off the clock. However, running around gorgeous cities? Flirting with the gorgeous men in women in said cities? Not bad. The cookies his handler Hunk makes for him after especially long missions? Not bad. The exploding pen Pidge made for him down in her lab that one time? Actually, super cool. See, it wasn’t the worst thing to happen to Lance. No, the worst thing to happen to Lance happened to be a really infuriating and really angry thing that could kick his ass to Sunday and back. A small angry thing who had a mullet. A mullet! Since day one Keith has made his missions a living hell. Kidnapping his targets, drugging his targets, killing his targets. But hey, Lance could deal with the stubborn agent of Mamora when he had to. Lance was flexible like that. No, what he couldn’t deal with was working with Keith. The Blade of Mamora and the Balmera never worked together. Ever. Well, that was until million dollar mogul Alfor of Altean Industries had to up and go and get himself kidnapped. No, now he and Keith had to go find the stupid millionaire’s daughter. Together. They had to find her father. Together.

Lance had no doubt in his mind that Keith was going to get him killed. He was impulsive, reckless, stubborn, strong, his face was actually kind of beautiful when it wasn’t all red and angry and- 

Yeah, Lance definitely wasn’t going to survive this. 

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More headcanons for the opposite element AU:

- Sokka, Katara and Yue grew up together and are close friends. In this AU Yue’s name is Hinata (meaning ’facing the sun’) because of the sun’s importance to the Fire Nation.

- Aang’s firebending teacher is Master Hama, The Dragon of the West, who also taught Katara when she was younger. Hama was never captured in this AU and is lifelong friends with Kanna.

- Air Nomads have books written in braille that Toph can read. The book she’s reading discusses spiritual projection, which Toph will later use to travel to restricted areas and spy on her enemies.

- Since Iroh is Chief in the North and Ozai is Chief in the South, Ursa didn’t have to kill Azulon. When Ozai tries to hurt Zuko, Ursa puts a stop to it, and she goes with Zuko for his banishment.