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Chapter 3: Spirit World Part 1
Everyone was asleep and June began to moan because he was in pain. He tried to keep his wound a secret from Korra because he didn't want to have her feel bad. Although he didn't know that she was already awake due to her being worried that she might find Mako in this Spirit Labyrinth.
"Korra," June said to see if she was awake. "I know you're awake."
Korra got up and crawled towards June.
"June, are you feeling okay?" Korra said with concern.
"I'm fine, I'm just a little sore, that's all," June said.
"Take off your shirt."
June began to blush. "Why; why do you want me to do that?"
"So I can do a healing session on you back. It's the least I can do." Korra began to use the water that Kairi had brought.
June took off his shirt and on his back was a big red spot where Korra had flung him at the fountain.
"Tell me where it hurts the most," Korra said as she began to work on June's back.
"Ow! My lower back hurts." June began to flinch. "Right there, that's where the most pressure is."
Korra began to use the same healing that Katara had used on June's back in the South Pole.
"There's a lot of tension in your back," Korra said.
"Korra, I'm going to be fine, okay?" June then turned towards Korra and began to hug her. "How many times do I have to tell you I'm fine and it's not your fault, okay?"
Korra then began to hug June back and realized his muscles. "June, when did you become so buff?"
"What do you mean, huh?" June began to blush.
"You weren't this buff growing up," Korra said as she began to blush.
"I don't know. I guess I had a growth spurt," June then pushed Korra away and put his upper shirt back on. "Almighty Avatar, we're going to be there in thirty minutes you might want to wake the others."
Korra began to blush even more but soon realized that she would be with Mako again. "Right, June, I'll get them up."
Korra proceeded to wake up the others up. Ingy began his descent to the ground and landed. Everyone got off the bison and proceeded to the cave. They finally landed and all of them stood in shock.
"Master, I can't believe it's glowing like that - why is that?" Joo Dee asked.
"'Master'? Since when are you a master, June?" Kairi asked.
"I was her teacher, and besides, I don't know what's making it glow like that," June said with intrigue. "Now, everyone, stay together, all right?"
Everyone agreed and June look to Korra who was already gone, along with Katana.
"Joo Dee, where are Korra and Katana?" June asked.
"I don't know. They were here a minute ago."
"My sister, where did she go this time?"
June, Kairi, and Joo Dee ran into the cave and started to scream both of their friends' names.
"Korra, Katana, are you guys here?"
"Korra, are you in here? If you are, send me a message by earthbending."
"Katana, are you in here? If you are, just yell. I'll find you."
The three screamed for what seemed like minutes, but it was all for nought. Korra and Katana had become lost in the labyrinth and it was up to their friends to look for them.
"I don't want any of us to get split up, okay?" June began to say. "Stay together. That's the way in and out of this place, got it?"
"Why are you so worried about us?" Kairi asked.
"Because you're my friends and we have to stick together no matter what."
"But, Master? Why are you looking mad? Like you're sad that Korra is gone."
"I'm not, I'm just worried." June began to think to himself, Korra, please be safe.
Korra had woken up with her hands tied behind her back and she saw a familiar shape.
"Where am I?"
"Oh, goodie, you're finally awake!"
"Who are you, and where am I?!"
The figure began to laugh and walk toward her, but she could not get a clear look at the person's face.
"We're going to have so much fun."
I knew that my first concern was the safety of those who were lost, but I wanted Korra back in my arms like she was the night before we arrived here. I was going to find her and tell her how I was feeling - that is, if I could ever find her.
To be continued in Chapter 4: Spirit World Part 2.
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