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|By Benjamin neyman||Part of the The Legend of Sumato continuity.|
|"I know you don't have much faith in me after Eien, but more in our nation, that's why I will make sure I'm a good Fire Lord for our nation. I will."|
|— Butta to Ryuu on his father's sick bed.|
Butta is the second firebending child of Ryuu. He isn't afraid to face a situation head on but likes to think it through. He is now the only living heir to the throne, since his sister Makayla is now deceased, and his brother Ralpheal is an Earthbender.
Butta wasn't always motivated to impress his father and grandfather. He trained and practiced with his older sister Makayla who was not only his sister but his closest friend. The day she died changed him.
The rest of the family had left to see a play. During one of their practice sessions, thieves came down from airships and tried to loot the palace, knowing the family wasn't home. Unfortunately, he and his sister were. When the thieves found them, they tied there hands and put them on their knees. Makayla begged for them to just leave, but they ignored her and told her "everything happens for a reason". After they gathered up everyone else in the palace, one of the main thieves they called 'Gom' walked up to her. As he did, she blew fire into his face, burning his lower face. After backing up in pain, he came back and water whipped her with boiling water over and over. Butta screamed as his sister laid on her back lifeless. The thieves went up to the airship and left with loot from the palace.
When Butta was young, he was a bit of a playful kid with no responsibility. After his sister died in front of him, he became serious and motivated to find the man that took his sister from him.
- Butta was the first fanon character by .
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