yes, zuko self regulates his temp but he still wants to borrow sokka's scarf
Chapter 4 of my ATLA murder mystery fic is up!
Written for the Secret Tunnel Big Bang @secrettunnelatla.
Read from the beginning here.
Azula should‘ve definitely become firelord~
Admin note: Sorry idk the credit to any of the fanarts I post, usually I find them on Pinterest. You can comment the artist if you know them.
Modern AU Sokkla - A Rainy Day
Aspiring business woman Azula has a secret love for sweets, when Sokka met her on the streets.
P.S Azula’s outfit design was inspired from this anon, btw.
omg i just finished reading suki's comic!!!
all i have to say is: i loved that they showed us how mentally strong suki is my little meow meow just deserves love 🥺🥺🥺
Unpopular opinion a Azula redemption arc would be boring and possibly ruin her character not that she wouldn’t be able to have a arc but I believe her whole character is her being so good at being evil and the only way I can see a Azula redemption arc not being boring is if she becomes a anti hero or a anti villain.
I think the strongest evidence Suki will not hate Azula is because she would have done the same to her if she was in her place, if not worse lol
The Warriors of Kyoshi:
Oyaji: [Voice-over.] "You three have some explaining to do."
The camera moves even further to the left, revealing the back of one of the woman dressed in green that ambushed the group earlier.
Suki: [Voice-over.] "And if you don't answer all our questions, we're throwing you back in the water with the Unagi."
Oyaji: [Cut to frontal view of Suki and Oyaji who angrily points at Aang while looking at Suki.] "Throw the impostor to the Unagi!"
Suki and the rest of her warriors immediately retract their metal fans from out of their belts and slid them open. Ready to counter any sudden attack, they threateningly start to move forward and surround the bound friends. Cut to a close shot of Katara as she leans forward in the ropes, glancing to her right where Aang is bound to the pole.
The purpose of Unagi are extinguishing fires and execution. (according to Avatar wiki)
In Kyoshi Island, children are being recruited for security, children even can be executed like we seen with Aang when they suspect the Gaang were Fire Nation spies. The Kyoshi Warriors alongside Suki take action with no hesitation.
So yes, it's true that Suki is unbothered by Azula's treatment or strategy, other than anger over defeat, but there's no grudge or resentment towards her at all which is consistent with the feelings she gives off in the show portrayal.
P.S and if you would accept that part of The Search as canon, Suki was shocked when Zuko decided to bring tea to his family. She told him "they're your prisoners, not your guests."
The same is true for the Fire Nation, too.
"If [Kuzon (a.k.a Aang)] acts up one more time, I'll have him sent to reform school—by which I mean the coal mines." -Headmaster, The Headband episode
Coal mines reform school, we are not talking about criminals but "disruptive" students. They're all minors.
26. Best anime fight
Honestly all the fights in the final mission to retake wall maria in Attack on Titan are god tier
And so is Levi vs anybody
Also the Sasuke vs Itachi in Naruto Shippuden fight always has me feeling smth
Speaking of siblings fighting with fire, even though Avatar may not be an anime, the Last agni kai scene will always be one of the most iconic fights in my heart
Was Azula “born lucky”?
Short answer: not really. Long answer: According to the Oxford Dictionary, “luck” can be defined as “something regarded as bringing about or portending good or bad things”, and is associated with the concepts of success and failure. When talking about Azula, Ozai uses lucky in a positive way, and the reason behind it is because she naturally exhibits traits that he considers valuable in a child of the Fire Nation Royal Family, and eventually, in a heir of the title of Fire Lord. Not only she is a firebending prodigy, but she’s also confident, ambitious, driven, and goal-oriented, characteristics associated with the Fire Nation idiosyncrasy. As a child, she showed that she could be quite cruel, ruthless, and manipulative, and, as we could witness in her reaction to Lu Ten’s death and Iroh’s defeat, she believes in violence and supremacy of power.
So, in Ozai’s book, Azula had everything she needed in order to be successful, and that’s why he considered she was born lucky. But how did that pay off? Azula’s luck granted her her father’s predilection, who saw her as a tool that could help him achieve his own goals, but it also distanced her from her mother, who disapproved her behavior and tried to correct her. From a short age, we get to see how Ozai uses her, from exhibiting her power in order to appease Azulon, to later assign her the most difficult tasks. Azula was her father’s perfect child, so she had the pressure to remain perfect, making that part of her identity. At the same time, Azula’s luck made her develop an unhealthy belief system, based on superiority, fear and dominance. We all know how that ended. Azula is betrayed and her belief system fails her, challenging the way she has always interacted with others. She no longer can trust her own philosophy, and for the first time we see her confidence flicker, as paranoia sets in. This provides a great occasion for her childhood trauma and abandonment issues to kick in, damaging her mental stability and leaving her in a state of vulnerability. She underperforms in her last Agni Kai, losing to Katara, and with this she fails one of the most important things she based her identity on and fought hard to preserve: her position as Ozai’s golden child. Having both her beliefs and sense of identity destroyed, her breakdown feels like a natural conclusion to her arc.
So no, Azula was not born lucky, because the traits Ozai considered as such caused her pain and brought her to failure. In a different situation, we may have considered her lucky, but we can’t separate luck from its context, so sadly this is mot the case.
NEW STORY !!!!
Watch the Sunlight Fade - a story about memory loss, recovery, and learning to live again.
or in less dramatic terms, azula loses her memory, the Gaang actually start to like her, and she makes a lot of friends. plus Tyzula (always) and action and murder haha. i hope you guys enjoy it, I've been having a ton of fun writing it, around 15k words right now.
I’m definitely not one of those people who ships Toph and Azula together (it’s just not my thing, I have my reasons) but I do want to see them fight (verbally or physically) at some point because I think it would be funny.
Zuko: So... just to be sure... Are the two of you really in a relationship?
Azula: Of course, can't you see the spark between us? *stands beside Aang and creates electricity between her fingers*
Aang: Yeah, see? *does the same with his fingers as well*
Zuko: Since when did you learn how to bend lightning?
Aang: Since Azula taught it to me yesterday. She says we'll look cool if we could make lightning together to show that we're in a relationship and stop irksome people like you from asking us the same question you did.
Zuko: *looks at Azula*
Azula: What? It's practical. It's not our fault you people are so blind to see that Aang and I are in a relationship.
The next day...
Katara: Aang, I've been wanting to ask you this question. Are you and Azula...
Zuko: *puts his finger to Katara's lips* Don't ask. Yes.