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This fanon has been discontinued, but is still available to read for your enjoyment.

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Juji's fine. He comes back to life in the end when the doomsday device shifts the polarity of the Earth. Oops. Spoiler. Sorry.

Warning! This page contains spoilers for Avatar: The Sullen Silence.

Avatar: The Sullen Silence is a fictional series written by Liamane, originally produced on the forum Cloudchasers. The story begins twenty years after Aang defeats Fire Lord Ozai, and much has changed in those many years. With the Avatar missing, Katara dead, and Zuko removed from his throne, the fate of the world is bleak, and within a few short years from its initial peace, an absolute monarchy of tyranny is launched, and an epic war explodes once again.
In contrary, the Southern Tribe has grown since its diminish in Sozin's war, and its people are oblivious to the onslaught occurring in the rest of the world. Katara's surviving son, Raiden, lives in content bliss with his uncle, Sokka, and aunt, Suki. Raiden is a sixteen year old waterbender, training under Master Pakku, and he spends his days with his cousin, Yue. His simple way of life is brought to a screeching halt when Avatar Aang summons him to rise and meet the world's enemies head on. Uncertain of the future, Raiden embraces destiny, and with Yue at his side, his perilous journey begins.

Main Characters

Raiden - A sixteen year old waterbender, Raiden is the only son of the late Katara. He has assumed many of his mother's abilities, including her knack for waterbending, and while his mother has been deceased for half of his life, he still recalls fond memories of her. He lives with his uncle and aunt, and his best friend is his younger cousin, Yue. The two are fondly attached to each other, and they spend their days with one another. Raiden assumed instruction from Pakku after his mother's death, and since then, the two have become exceptionally close.

Raiden is typically easy going and flamboyant, but his stubbornness is traced by his moral beliefs. Unlike the other teenagers of the tribe, Raiden does not tie his hair back, as he feels that because of his anonymous heritage, he is not bound by the tribal customs. The actual identity of Raiden's father died with his mother.

Yue - The fifteen year old daughter of Sokka and Suki, Yue lives a life of normalcy, and like her parents, she doesn't not have the ability to bend an element. Her mother actually refrains her daughter from using any sort of weaponry, contrary to her father, Chief Sokka of the Southern Tribe, who greatly exemplifies his desire to teach her to use a sword. Her younger brother, Luk, reveres his sister as a second mother, and Yue's cousin, Raiden, considers her to be a sibling. The two are often found together as they always insist nothing will come between them.


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