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Book 1: Chaos
July 17, 2014
Long ago my predecessor, Avatar Korra, stopped Amon and the Equalists. Amon may have died but his cause did not. A large exodus of nonbenders fled to the new country of the People's Democracy. Eventually, the days where benders and nonbenders lived together was nothing but a memory.
The people's democracy thrived and isolated themselves from the bending world. Many citizens believe the old tales of bending and the Avatar to be just that, stories.
Meanwhile, in the bending world, Avatar Korra ruled with an iron fist and kept the peace in the nations until she died peacefully at 115. Then I, Avatar Suki, was born, and I was a failure.
Due to my favoritism to my own nation, the world plunged into chaos. Because of this, the spirits split the Avatar into four people, one from each element, and all of them were born in the People's Democracy. Avatar Korra gave me a world of peace which I made a world of chaos. Now I give these four new Avatars a world of chaos which I hope they will turn into a world of peace.
When Nori gave the signal, she and Hana charged at the city. They had made it their responsibility to capture Nori's mom, so they headed straight to the palace. The way they used to enter the city was more heavily guarded than the ones the others used. Nori, who was usually not so serious, fought with great fury. She knew her job and she was going to accomplish it if it was the last thing she did. Hana was surprised by this new attitude but tried not to get to distracted while fighting.
Hana was a skilled fighter, one of the best in the Kyoshi Warriors, bu she never would've made it without Nori's help. Any time a warrior would cross their path, Nori would shoot a blast of fire or lightening, scaring the warrior away. At one point, three warriors ambushed Hana and surrounded her. She was out numbered and out matched. "Go without me. I'll take care of this," she yelled to Nori.
"No! We are friends and friends stick together," Nori said turning around and shooting fire at two warriors. Hana was able to disarm the other one and chi block her so her arms went numb. "Now let's go!" She shouted, running up to her mother's palace.
"Now how are we going to sneak in? The place must be heavily guarded; there is no way we can take them all," Hana said to Nori who was already halfway to the door fighting off warriors. Hana watched in awe as Nori fought off at least a dozen warriors single handedly. Hana also thought she had shot out blue fire, but waved the idea off because she thought that was impossible. Once Nori fought off the warriors on the outside, she shot lightening at the door so it was now just a big hole. "Okay, good. Now save some for me," Hana smiled.
"You snooze you loose," Nori laughed. They ran into the palace and two warriors ran after them and Hana threw four throwing stars that pinned them against the wall. "You must teach me that," Nori said, amazed.
"No. It's my only defense against you crazy benders," Hana said, running searching for Lin's office. On the way, they fought off over two dozen warriors, but once they reached Lin's office, there weren't any guards. They slammed open the door and saw Lin watching the burning city.
"You could've been an heiress to my new glorious nation you know," Lin said randomly.
"No! What you did was wrong. The people," Nori said angrily, but was interrupted by Lin.
"The people need a strong government. They can't govern themselves. I mean, obviously, look how easy it was for me to take over," she said, not even turning to look at them.
"Easy? It took you almost twenty years," Hana said annoyed.
"By the standards of the whole world history, that isn't anything. I might as well have just walked into it," she said simply.
"Well, now you're walking out because you're under arrest," Hana said, angrily getting out handcuffs.
"Oh who's authority," Lin replied, finally turning around.
"On the authority of the people," Nori said back.
"Who gave them any authority," Lin said with an evil laugh.
"Okay, well fine, I'm taking you in whether I have the authority or not," Nori replied.
"You know the funny thing about people?" Lin began, "They are all ambitious whether they'd like to admit it. They all crave power and money. Everyone is the same. But when one person finally has the courage to get what they want. To get what everyone wants. They hate them for it. Not because they are a tyrant, but because they are jealous."
"No! No one is jealous, you're just sick," Hana yelled.
"You over estimate people. You can go up to every person and ask them if they'd like to be the supreme and bet everyone of them would say yes," she said with an evil grin.
This caught both Nori and Hana off guard because they thought she may have been right. The chance to rule the nation how you wanted, who would turn it down? Well, Hana knew one person and that was her. She only wanted a normal life with parents and a family. Being in charge wouldn't get her that. "You're wrong. Everyone doesn't want to be a tyrant and enslave people to them. Believe it or not, all someone may want is a family," Hana said then looked at Nori, "Or a true friend."
Lin shrugged. "Think what you must. Alas, it appears I won't be winning today. It's okay, I'll rise again," she said plainly.
"Mom," Nori said and Hana and Lin both looked at her,. "All Hail the Shuryo." Hana and Lin were both shocked and Nori began moving her hands in a form and lightening formed. Hana knew what she was going to do and knew she'd regret it. Hana jumped and pushed Nori over and the lightening missed Lin. "What are you doing," Nori asked angrily.
"Stopping you from doing something you'll regret," Hana replied, standing up.
"Aww well, this is very touching but I'm afraid I must be going," Lin said and stood on the ledge of the balcony. "I'll tell your father hi for you. That is if he is over that whole poisoning thing," Lin said evilly and she jumped off the balcony. Nori shot lightening at the place her mother once stood. In a fit of rage the fire around her began to rise and turned blue. She soon started shooting blue flames in a fit of rage. She picked up a picture of her mom and her and she burned it.
"The country is free," she said and began to cry.
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