...ed for a lighter one, nonetheless.
“As you all know, after almost a year of vicious outbursts, Azula fell into an aura of silence. She has lasted in this state for about two years,” Zuko continued, “Just last night, however, she seemingly broke it. Mother and I visited her to check up on her, but she ravenously attacked us with her fire. Despite not firebending in all her years there, it was still blue, and incredibly powerful. As a result, my mother was burned, as you can all see.” He gestured toward his mother’s face to depict his point.
“Where are you going with this?” wondered the blind Toph. Because of her visual impairment, she often needed a bit more coaxing on aspects that involved sight. Zuko understood this well, and he pushed into her point.
“Well, for one, as I said before, she will not be leaving. Despite your opposition, I am not letting go of this.”
“We understand that Zuko,” Katara stated nonchalantly, as she was completely in his favor with Azula’s punishment. Her life had almost ceased on the behalf of his sister. Zuko knew that with all his heart.
“I can predict that she will be a problem for a while, being that she is vicious once again. She will be constantly monitored, just as she was before her stillness. I have summoned more Imperial Firebenders to keep watch, and I received word that they have landed on the Boiling ...