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Chapter 4: The Battle on Kyoshi Island
Breathe out I thought.
I was meditating in front of candles that night when my door opened.
"The only reason you should be interrupting me is if you have any news about the Avatar," I said calmly.
"Well there is news but you might not like it. Don't get too upset Prince Zuko," Uncle said.
"Uncle, you have taught me that keeping a level head is a sign of a great leader. Now, whatever you have to say, I can take it," I said.
"Okay then. We have no idea where he is," Uncle said. My eyes flew open in anger. The flames erupted in a fiery mass and I turned to Uncle, enraged.
"What? Give me the map!" I demanded, still in a rage. I grabbed the map and scanned it. How in the world will I ever find him?
The next day, we stopped into a market to buy some food. After buying the food, we set sail. As a servant set some cooked fish down in front of us, he told us some news.
"The Avatar's on Kyoshi Island?! Uncle, ready the rhinos. He's not getting away from me this time," I said.
"Are you going to finish that?" Uncle asked, pointing to my dinner. I grabbed the plate.
"I was going to save it for later!" I said and walked away.
We neared Kyoshi Island and docked somewhere where no one will see us. I got on my rhino and waited for the hatch to open. When the hatch opened, my soldiers and I rode onto the island.
"I want the Avatar alive," I ordered. We went into the village.
"Come on out Avatar! You can't hide from me forever!" I said. We began shooting fire everywhere. Then, a group of girls wearing green dresses and makeup and holding golden fans came and tried to fight but then, my rhino slammed the lead girl down.
Finally, I saw the Avatar. He and I fought until he flew to the Waterbender and they got on their bison and flew away. We then ran to the ship when a jet of water drenched us completely. It was the Avatar! We rushed into the ship and set sail. It's not over yet I thought.
So sorry about the length if it is too short
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