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The Spiritual World was a new frontier for the Fire Nation, and perhaps the first time since Iroh that someone from their homeland visited.
Azula had been observing her uncle on occasion ever since she had visited with Zuko. At first, she thought there was little point in it. Zuko had his honor back and the Avatar was dead, but she noticed that Iroh spent a good deal of his time meditating, possibly trying to visit the spirit world.
Later, she conveyed her concerns to Mai and Ty Lee.
“I dunno, wouldn’t your uncle be unable to do anything as a spirit? Aren’t they all ghosty and stuff?” Ty Lee asked as she performed a handstand, part of her regiment while trying to maintain her limberness and balance.
“Maybe Uncle Iroh is trying to somehow channel the Avatar’s spirit for himself…Or even escape within the spirit world. Either way, I must know for sure.”
“Like he’d actually pull it off.” Mai twirled a dagger in hand, an
Edji vs. MistProtection of the bayside was typically an easy task for Mist, the aquatic elemental. Being a heroine who controlled waters, she was in her element, quite literally.Edji vs. Mist by Benji-Blacksky
For the moment, though, she was on loan to another force, belonging to Seashore City. It wouldn’t be long before she rejoined her home city, but first she had to deal with the last day of duty.
Sitting atop a dock, watching the sunset while she swung her legs back and forth, she began to realize it was close to dinner time.
“Oh, I almost forgot about the spaghetti I made earlier!” Reaching into her bag, Mist dug out a fork and container of pasta, coated with delicious tomato sauce and chnkls of well cooked beef. Taking her fork, she began to eat, when she noticed that, drawing near to the dock was a strange, non-human man, covered in spikes. “Hm?”
“Mwahaha-Bwahahaha! Onward, my humble ship! To acts of villainy and utterly diabolical deviousness!” The strange man was running on what
Edji and the Cave of ConsciousnessEdji’s journey to the fabled Cave of Consciousness was a long and arduous one. The terrible villain had traversed the harshest of lands and the fiercest of waters to reach the cave.Edji and the Cave of Consciousness by Benji-Blacksky
With a sinister twinkle in his dark eyes, Edji grinned as he made his way to the cave’s entrance. “Yes! At last I am here…I don’t know what was worse, those insufferable molehills or that really cold river. Still, no obstacle can keep me from my prize!”
With a wide grin and pep in his step, Edji sauntered into the cavern, seeking his prize.
The cave was crystalline, with a strange white light coming from the roof. The whole area was alight, while Edji stared in awe.
“This would make an excellent base of operations, it even has a throne, worthy of a dark ruler!” Edji smiled as he looked around. “I could add a portrait of myself to the leftmost wall, next to a statue of myself, and on the right wall a tapestry with a picture of an adorable puppy….An
Joint Comm: Forte's FlightJoint Comm: Forte's Flight by Benji-Blacksky
Forte Crownguard was nervous. The blonde solder had been in many battles and conflicts for her kingdom, and had managed to make a small name for herself among her comrades in arms. As such, Forte found herself being recruited to a very new, very special force.
Her travels to Mount Altima, the base of operations for the 1st Royal Air Force Regiment, had been fraught with self doubt and worry. While Forte knew she was a capable warrior, she wondered if she truly belonged among the 1st Royal Air Force Regiment.
The group had been newly formed, being adopted by the realm after the two unofficial aerial forces, the Order of the Feathered Lance, and the Order of the Scaled Lance, allied themselves. Other, additional warriors, known to be gifted warriors and tacticians, were recruited to join, and Forte was among them.
As Forte made her way to the front gates of the large, imposing base, she began to wonder exactly what awaited her within. With the gate opening, she approached the door and kn