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My version (this should be good… J) of what should have happened between Katara and Zuko during Book Three: Fire Chapter 16: The Southern Raiders.
I am changing some things to fit this story. Aang and Katara never kissed in the cave of lovers (or whatever the hell it was called (I can't remember but I think that's it… (-.-) (ß omg its Kirby!)) and they don't like each other. Mai is a psycho emo bitch so she isn't in love with Zuko, she likes…that freaky emo chick with that ginormous anteater thingy that sees with its mole nose. Yeah they're in a gay relationship or something. XD
Scene: Around when they bust down that dudes door in the ship, (the current Southern Raiders captain) and shortly before Katara Bloodbends.
Katara's arms were covered with water, and we were running down the hallway to the door to the captains quarters.
We reached a heavy metal door, with thick bolts and locks set in to the surface, so that in a case of the ship being attacked, they would lock tight and barricade whatever was inside from the enemy.
"This is it, Katara." I said. "This is the captains quarters." She nodded and I stepped aside.
She threw back her arms, gathering the water to her hands before slamming them forward, sending a pressurized blast at the door.
It blew of its hinges with and huge CLANG and slammed against the wall.
I slid in front of her and blocked the blast of fire I had been expecting. I battled the captian for about a minute, until something made me pause.
I swore never to do this again. Ever. Yet here I was.
I slid my left foot forward and entered a water bending stance, shifting slightly sideways beside Zuko. My right hand was lifted in front of me and eyelevel, my left hovering near my stomach.
I swallowed the bile that came up at knowing what I was about to do.
I'm sorry. I thought. I'm so sorry. It was toward no one that I thought that, I just knew that this was wrong.
I tried blinking back the tears, but they came anyway, flowing freely down my face and soaking the black cloth around my neck that had slid from my face.
I twisted my right hand and the captains hand stopped, turning in an unnatural direction.