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The Reawakening Chapter 1The ReawakeningChapter OneLost and Found"Katara look out!" shouted Aang.Upon hearing these words Katara turned around to see a fireball heading straight toward her. She ducked and fell to the ground, feeling the heat from the blast whiz over her head. She soon heard Fire Nation troops close in on her. Instinctively she summoned water from the moist grass and used it to strike the Fire Nation soldiers closest to her. Seeing her chance she then hurried out of her position on the ground and bolted, trying to keep up with the rest of the group.All four of them ran for what seemed like hours through the forest. They ran and ran and ran, until they no longer heard the pounding footsteps of soldiers behind them. When they reached a safe clearing they all collapsed onto the soft ground from exhaustion.All of them had more then one reason to hate the recent turn of events. Ever since they had lost the invasion on the Day of Black Sun, they found themselves forced to continue to blend in w
The Reawakening PrologueThe ReawakeningPrologueIt saddened the former Prince of the Fire Nation that the last thing he would see in his life was the darkness of his cell, and the last thing he would feel was the cold air that surrounded him.He knew his minutes were numbered and in full honesty he wasn't ready to accept death. But then again the choice was not his own. It was his father's, his father that sentenced him to die by the drinking of the fatal poison.It wasn't that long ago when the guards of his prison forced the bitter liquid down his throat and it wasn't long at all before pain engulfed his senses and the line between dreams and reality became a blur.Before giving in to the surprisingly blissful darkness he remembered the guards cuffing his limbs down onto a wooden table that they had laid him on. So when his soul had passed his corpse would be laid out perfectly for the sages to prepare him for burial.The final occurrence he witnessed before passing was the sight of an aged woman with long