...his arm around her waist and she grabbed his shoulder. As Aang flew up Katara stared at his face. The face of the young man she had grown to love. She noticed his hand on her waist and she blushed. Aang flew over the closest one to the ocean then closed his glider. The two fell ten feet to the tall rock.
Aang pulled out two pieces of bread and gave a piece to Katara. He walked to the edge and sat down, legs dangling off. Katara sat next to him and both watched the sun set. Over half the sun was already blow the water. The sky showed streaks of orange, pink, and purple. “Sure is a beautiful sunset.” Katara said. She rested her head on Aang’s shoulder. “I’m glad I am here with you.” Aang blushed and looked at the sky. His smile quickly turned to frown when he noticed what was in the distance. A bright streak of light turned the beautiful evening sky into an orange, hot, disgusting one, and in front of the bright light was a huge airship bearing the Fire Nation insignia.
Chapter 4: The Battle of Ba Sing Se
Sokka tied his black blade to his side and put on his wolf head. He walked out of his tent and stood in the middle with the small army. All eight now stood outside, ready for battle. It was five forty five and the group needed to be inside the walls by the time the comet arrived. Sukki had her full Keyoshi warrior outfit on and the custom white face paint...