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This is the prologue for the fanon series Avatarloki. This is a teaser for the series while it is being written.by
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|权能以上凡 - Total Control - Prologue|
October 2, 2011
Mental Facility Guards
Aang walked through the doors, passing numerous cells. Each had a screaming prisoner in it. He went to the very end of the hall and through another metal door, entering a small room with another door. A guard stood next to the door, and female screams came from behind it.
"Avatar, no one can deal--" The guard leading Aang started.
"I know what to do," Aang interrupted.
Sighing, the guard unlocked the door and opened it enough for Aang to slip in. When he entered, he looked sadly at the prisoner chained to the floor. She let out a fiendish laugh.
"Avatar!" She screamed, spitting fire at Aang.
Releasing an air swipe that dissolved the fire, Aang coolly answered, "Azula." Aang slapped his staff on the ground, releasing another gust which knocked Azula against the wall. She let out a scream.
While she was unable to gain her bearings, Aang leaped to her side, placing two fingers on her forehead. His eyes and arrows started glowing blue.
Azula tried to scream, but she couldn't. She sat gasping for air. The light coming from Aang enveloped the entire room, turning everything an eerie blue.
They stayed this way for a few moments, the blue light growing brighter. Finally, Aang took his fingers off Azula and the light began to fade. Azula gasped, her eyes growing wide. She tried to sit up and spit fire at Aang, but it couldn't be done. Her eyes rolled back into her head, and she collapsed.
Aang stood to his feet and walked out of the cell. When he came out, the guard let out a relieved sigh. "Thank you, Avatar. Her Firebending has hurt many of our guards."
"You won't have to worry, I took her bending powers away. Horrid thing to do to such a talent," Aang replied.
"How did you do it?" The guard asked.
After a pause, Aang answered, "I call it Energybending."
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