Avatar: Last Airbender + Legend of Korra Crossover Still, traveling back to meet the Aang and his friends is a whole new form of weird. Intervention from the spirit world makes it possible for Korra and her friends to travel back in time to when Aang and his friends are still fighting. Avatar Aang was introduced in Avatar: The Last Airbender beginning in But by the time we meet Korra in, the most recent Avatar from the.
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She went pink; she and Kai weren't together. She could feel how their heartbeats got faster around each other, and how nervous they were around each other.
Jinora was immensely enjoying herself, however. She had so many questions, and it was so much fun to be around her Gran-Gran and Grandpa, especially since she had never actually met the latter. Aang seemed just as glad to see her and Kai as she was to see him, which made sense since he had lost his people. Jinora accepted the cup of tea Firelord Zuko offered her and took a sip; it was delicious.
Korra meets Avatar Aang
Iroh had passed away long before she was born, and it was wonderful to see the old man. It was strange seeing Firelord Zuko so young, so seemingly uncertain yet at peace at the same time. Iroh tried to suppress a chuckle. Jinora found herself looking for pieces of her Gran-Gran in the young waterbender, and taking away the wrinkles and white hair, she could easily picture the year old as her grandmother, one day.
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The past couple of months have been hard for all of us. Within a week or two, Kai and the others hoped Korra would return back home to Republic City.
Aang frowned, clearly troubled that a man had twisted Air Nomad philosophies as justification for acts of violence. The Gaang all had their jaws dropped; still in shock but recovering, Korra lifted her hand in greeting. Time is an illusion' from my collection of Kainora drabbles and oneshots, I decided to turn it into a fic. Bash skulls and all that magic bending junk you guys do… Is the food ready yet? It was a stew of some sort that Katara had thrown together after they got done setting up camp and had all voiced their hunger and had whined about who was going to cook, what there was to eat, when were they going to eat, and all that junk.
All Aang really knew about it was that there was no meat in it, much to Sokka's dismay. Katara had told her brother that if he went out and caught something, she would prepare it for him, but he had decided against it; either too tired or too lazy to go out looking for something, though since it was Sokka and it was meat they were talking about, it was probably the latter. Aang took the ladle hanging off the side of the pot and stirred the stew then raised a bite of it to his mouth.
Mmm, Katara had really out-done herself this time!
It was smoky and sweet and sour and salty all at the same time, coming together in a taste that he could only describe as… delicious. And she did, which made him smile wider, as well. God, how he loved her smile! He loved it even more when it was him who was making her smile. The moment was ruined, however, by none other than Sokka, who brandished his spoon as a sort of weapon high in the air, as though holding a sword above his head and about to run off into battle. It would have looked silly on anyone else, but it fit right in with the kind of person Sokka was, so no one batted an eyelash at him as he twirled it in the air and cried out indignantly, "I'll be the judge of that, Mr.
Seriously, what did you do to this stew to make it so incredible without meat?
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Not quite as wide as she'd smiled at Aang, the air bending monk noticed, but still wide enough to show she was flattered by his compliment. With a sigh, Aang began to pass out a bowl of the stew to everyone else. First to Toph, then Zuko, then Katara, and then he took his own bowl and returned to his place beside Katara with another inward sigh.
They might have been at war, but that didn't mean they couldn't enjoy themselves every now and then.
Good food, good friends, good memories, what more could a person ask for? So they were all a little sore and dirty and tired, they would get through it. They always did and they always would. It was just after dinner so everyone was still hanging around, letting their food digest and all that. Mako and Bolin were playing with Pabu, Tenzin and Pema were cooing over the newest addition to their family, a baby boy they had yet to name, Asami was in the kitchen doing the dishes, Jinora had her nose in a book, Meelo and Ikki were in the corner playing some sort of guessing game, though considering how fast they were talking, it really was hard to be sure, Lin Beifong was sitting near Meelo and Ikki, tasked with making sure they didn't go off and break something or get into any trouble, and Korra She was sitting peacefully away from the others.
Meditating, of all things. Ever since experiencing those flashbacks of Yakone's trial and Aang taking away his bending, she had been meditating more than she'd ever been able to in the past, not for the reason Tenzin liked to believe, however, which was trying to get in touch with the spiritual side of bending and find inner peace or whatever sort of junk he talked about when she wasn't paying a lick of attention to him.
What she was really doing was trying to cross over to the spirit world, or contact Aang, or even experience more flashbacks from him, in hopes that she would, in some way or another, find the answer for defeating Amon. So far, though, she hadn't had much luck in that department, but that didn't stop her from trying. It was really no different than all the other dozens of times she'd meditated all on her own… So why was it then that, this time, something clicked inside of her after she had been sitting there, completely at peace, completely focused on something deep within herself yet at the same time outside herself for who knows how long?
Her eyes snapped open and began to glow a brilliant bright white, and she was surrounded by an aura of the same, brilliant, white light. Everyone in the room stopped what they were doing and turned to her, not sure what was going on or what they should be expecting. There was a flash of white that filled the sky, and everyone inside the house vanished, almost as though they were never even there to begin with. You know, this looked a lot longer when I was typing it out on word starter Probably because I was using a different font and font size.
Gabriola, size 14, for those of you who were wondering. It's my favorite font. Yes, I have a favorite font. Actually, I have several favorite fonts, but I'm too lazy to type them all out for you.
Or maybe about the same length? Hmm, we'll see, I guess. I know this chap was kind of boring and might seem pointless, but I have my reasons. We'll get into the actual cross-over part of this cross-over next chapter, which I hope to have up by Sunday. My logic is clearly flawless, as you can see. I don't like her. Every time I see her I can't help but think, "Bitch is crazy! Something about her just rubs me the wrong way. As the group heads to the temple, they learn that men and women reside in separate sections.
On the way, Ikki inquires about Asami's knowledge of Korra's liking Mako, much to the Avatar's horror and Asami's surprise. Korra quickly slams the door on Ikki to prevent her from entering the room, evoking a brief fit of rage from the young airbender. Asami openly admires the room for its charm, adding that there is nothing to remind her of her father. When someone knocks on the door, Korra assumes it is Ikki and yells at her to leave only to grow visibly embarrassed when Tenzin enters.
Tenzin greets them and does not take offense from Korra's actions.
He informs her that a new police chief will be inducted, an event they should attend. Saikhan is inducted as the new Chief of Police. He announces that all information concerning the Equalists and their revolt will be directly passed down to Councilman Tarrlokwhich angers both Tenzin and Korra.
Korra and Tenzin confront Tarrlok during which the Councilman expresses his excitement and wish for Korra to rejoin his task force with the pro-bending season now over.
Korra, however, rejects his request, telling him that Tenzin had been right about him all along and further emphasizes that she does not need his help, since she is the Avatar. Unfazed, Tarrlok denounces her statement, noting that she is merely a "half-baked Avatar in training" who cannot even airbend, asking both rhetorically and mockingly if she has made significant progress with her training.
Korra reacts with dejection to these words, believing herself to be a failure. A smug Tarrlok leaves and warns Korra to stay out of his affairs if she does not return to his task force. As she and Tenzin leave the ceremony on OogiTenzin's sky bisonKorra asks her instructor why she cannot airbend, despite having memorized most of the forms.
When he annoys her by telling her that she merely has to work through her block, Tenzin clarifies that Aang not only had his bending teachers but also the guidance of the past Avatars. However, Korra laments that she is a "spiritual failure" as well, as she has never managed to contact her past lives. When Tenzin points out that the connection may have been subtle, Korra admits to having had hallucinations of Aang, which she is advised to meditate on.