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Chapter 7 Rescue
Chapter information
Series

The Rise Of Haman: Book 1 Light

Book

1

Chapter

7

Written by

Miguel Claridy

Editor(s)

Miguel Claridy

Release date

8-2-2011-present

Chronology
Last chapter

Chapter 6 Tiapie

Next chapter

Chapter 8 Korra

Chapter 7 Rescue

Horou led the chase, as everyone ran after Feng and Chao. They ran back into the tunnels, and Sorrako took out some flashlights. He gave one to everyone.

"I can't believe they can make her run with them," Jia said.

"I just hope we don't lose sight of them," Sorako said. "Doesn't she have the map on her?"

"Oh no," Bo said.

"We'll be lost in here if we don't catch up," Jia realized.

But then Bo smiled," we're under a mountain."

"So?" Jia said. "This is an earth-benders dream come true," he continued.

Chang and Feng disappeared around a corner. By the time the team turned the corner they were even farther away.

"No worries," Bo said. And he bent up a wall of rock in front of the blood benders.

"You've got nowhere to run," Hourou said to the men. "Let Aya go and we'll be on our way."

"No," Feng said.

"There's nowhere for you to run," Jia said, "so you don't really have a choice."

"The reason these tunnels are so humid," Feng continued, "is because of an underground river. That runs right through this cliff."

Then he raised his hands and the entire tunnel vibrated, as if an earthquake was happening. Pebbles rained down on everyone and the ground began to split. The Rock wall that Bo had made collapsed. Water shot up through the cracks in the ground, as Chen bent Aya's blood, making her run down the tunnel with them.

Everyone got soaked as the water sprayed everywhere. Horou and the team ran after them avoiding the larger cracks where water shot out, hard enough to knock them down. Feng saw them giving chase and created a thick wall of ice behind himself. Then he made the river burst through the ground and fill the tunnel. The force of the water nearly destroyed the ice wall but Feng placed his hands on the ice and strained barely managing to keep it intact. Jia and the others were swept down the tunnel. Propelled along by the powerful current.

"Let's go," Feng said, once the force of the water eased off. He added a few more layers to the ice wall, and then he and Cheng walked down the tunnel with their prisoner. Somehow in all the chaos of being swept down the tunnel Jia managed to bend a thick coating of ice on the ground. In effect stropping up the water. The ice plugged up the split ground and eventually the water died down. Jia coughed as she stood up on the now soaked had lost their flashlights so now it was pitch black. Horou reached into his pants pocket and took out a small flashlight. The small light filled up the tunnel.

"Oh man" Bo said as he staggered up to his feet, "who knew there was a river under these tunnels?"

"You should close up the crack in the floor," Jia said. "That ice won't last forever."

"Right," Bo said," hey Horou how many flashlights do you have?"

"It pays to have a spare," Hourou replied. Da shook himself dry and walked up to Jia. The ground rumbled as Bo bent the earth back together. And Jia melted the ice coating, as he closed up the crack that flooded the tunnels. "Okay," Horou said," we don't know how far away we are from Aya and we don't have the map. Aya has it on her."

"And I'm guessing that Feng will be returning for us with backup," Jia said.

"Well we came from that direction," Sorako said and pointed behind them, "So I guess that's the way out."

"How do you know which way we came from?" Bo asked," I couldn't tell up from down in that madness. And anyway I can feel their footsteps through the ground."

"Oh well then," Soralo said. "Feel away." Everyone stood still as Bo concentrated. He could feel vibrations through the a spider can sense that a bug on its web. He sensed Feng and Cheng's footsteps as they ran away.

"This way," Bo said, and took off down the tunnel. Everyone followed him.

A man entered Haman's office and stood before his desk.

Haman sat behind it and said, "where are they?"

"Aya and her friends are in the tunnels," the man said," but we heard some rumbling and water shot out of the tunnel entrance for a few seconds. We think that's what caused the waterfall to die down earlier."

"Find out what's going on in there," Haman said. "We may have some company for Korra."

Feng and Cheng walked through the tunnel with Aya between them. They had handcuffed her so she couldn't fire-bend. 'How will I get out of this?' Aya wondered, 'they can stop me in an instant if I run. I'll have to wait for them to be distracted and surprise them.' She clenched her fists in frustration. They finally made it to the exit, and walked out into the forest. It was midday by then and as hot and dry as ever. They trekked into the dense jungle.

"Where are you taking me?" Aya asked.

"To the village chief," Feng responded, "he'll know what to do with you."

Horou led the chase, as everyone ran after Feng and Chao. They ran back into the tunnels, and Sorrako took out some flashlights. He gave one to everyone.

"I can't believe they can make her run with them," Jia said.

"I just hope we don't lose sight of them," Sorako said. "Doesn't she have the map on her?"

"Oh no," Bo said.

"We'll be lost in here if we don't catch up," Jia realized.

But then Bo smiled," we're under a mountain."

"So?" Jia said. "This is an earth-benders dream come true," he continued. Chang and Feng disappeared around a corner. By the time the team turned the corner they were even farther away.

"No worries," Bo said. And he bent up a wall of rock in front of the Bloodbenders.

"You've got nowhere to run," Hourou said to the men. "Let Aya go and we'll be on our way."

"No," Feng said.

"There's nowhere for you to run," Jia said, "so you don't really have a choice."

"The reason these tunnels are so humid," Feng continued, "is because of an underground river. That runs right through this cliff."

Then he raised his hands and the entire tunnel vibrated, as if an earthquake was happening. Pebbles rained down on everyone and the ground began to split. The rock wall that Bo had made collapsed. Water shot up through the cracks in the ground, as Chen bent Aya's blood, making her run down the tunnel with them. Everyone got soaked as the water sprayed everywhere. Horou and the team ran after them avoiding the larger cracks where water shot out, hard enough to knock them down. Feng saw them giving chase and created a thick wall of ice behind himself. Then he made the river burst through the ground and fill the tunnel. The force of the water nearly destroyed the ice wall but Feng placed his hands on the ice and strained barely managing to keep it intact. Jia and the others were swept down the tunnel. Propelled along by the powerful current.

"Let's go," Feng said, once the force of the water eased off. He added a few more layers to the ice wall, and then He and Cheng walked down the tunnel with their prisoner. Somehow in all the chaos of being swept down the tunnel Jia managed to bend a thick coating of ice on the ground. In effect stropping up the water. The ice plugged up the split ground and eventually the water died down. Jia coughed as she stood up on the now soaked had lost their flashlights so now it was pitch black. Horou reached into his pants pocket and took out a small flashlight. The small light filled up the tunnel.

"Oh man" Bo said as he staggered up to his feet. "Who knew there was a river under these tunnels?"

"You should close up the crack in the floor," Jia said. "That ice won't last forever."

"Right," Bo said," hey Horou how many flashlights do you have?"

"It pays to have a spare," Hourou replied. Da shook himself dry and walked up to Jia. The ground rumbled as Bo bent the earth back together. And Jia melted the ice coating, as he closed up the crack that flooded the tunnels.

"Okay," Horou said," we don't know how far away we are from Aya and we don't have the map. Aya has it on her."

"And I'm guessing that Feng will be returning for us with backup," Jia said.

"Well we came from that direction," Sorako said and pointed behind them, "So I guess that's the way out."

"How do you know which way we came from?" Bo asked," I couldn't tell up from down in that madness. And anyway I can feel their footsteps through the ground."

"Oh well then," Soralo said. "Feel away." Everyone stood still as Bo concentrated. He could feel vibrations through the a spider can sense that a bug on its web. He sensed Feng and Cheng's footsteps as they ran away. "This way," Bo said, and took off down the tunnel. Everyone followed him.

A man entered Haman's office and stood before his desk. Haman sat behind it and said, "where are they?"

"Aya and her friends are in the tunnels," the man said, "but we heard some rumbling and water shot out of the tunnel entrance for a few seconds. We think that's what caused the waterfall to die down earlier."

"Find out what's going on in there," Haman said. "We may have some company for Korra."

Feng and Cheng walked through the tunnel with Aya between them. They had handcuffed her so she couldn't fire-bend. 'How will I get out of this?' Aya wondered, 'they can stop me in an instant if I run. I'll have to wait for them to be distracted and surprise them.' She clenched her fists in frustration. They finally made it to the exit, and walked out into the forest. It was midday by then and as hot and dry as ever. They trekked into the dense jungle. "Where are you taking me?" Aya asked.

"To the village chief," Feng responded, "he'll know what to do with you."

"I thought you couldn't let us live," Aya said.

"Well yes but it's still the Chief's decision," Cheng said. They entered a clearing in the forest, where the village was located. The homes were made of brown clay, that was coated with waterproof tree sap. The sap gave the houses a strange shine. Like waxed shoes. There was a large campfire in the center of the village and the houses were built up around it. A little distance away were some fields where they grew their crops. Watchtowers were located around the village. And Aya noticed a lone house a few yards from the village, it had two guards in front of its door. ' I wonder what's in there.' she thought.

"No wall to keep out animals?" Aya said.

"The animals know better than to bother us," Feng said. All the villagers were dressed in red. And they were surprisingly modern clothes, not the tribal grass skirts that Aya half expected. She was led to a large house with a curtain of beads as it's front door. "Chief Geming, we have a prisoner," Feng said before he entered.

"Come in," the chief said. They led Aya in to talk to the chief of the Blood benders. He was a fit man in his had a full head of gray hair and a square jaw. He had the look of someone used to being obeyed. And was dressed in red pants and a shirt under his black robe. A black crown sat on his head.

"We found this woman stealing our Moonstone," Feng said.

"What?" Aya asked in surprise. "We weren't stealing anything. And anyway we offered to leave peacefully but these men wouldn't let us!"

"I am sorry, but they couldn't just let you leave," Geming said. "We can't risk you exposing us to the world. Was she alone?" The question was clearly directed to Feng.

"No," Feng responded, "there were too many. We couldn't capture all of them."

"Well then, send in a team to find her friends. And we'll be having an execution it a few hours."

"As you wish. We also found this," Feng held out the map that Aya had. "They found it on the way to the village, she had it on her when we captured her. It's how they found the stone."

"Put it with the other items to be destroyed," Geming ordered. "No one else can be allowed to disturb our peace."

Bo lead the team straight to the exit of the tunnels.

"Okay," Jia said, "where to now?"

"I've lost them," Bo said.

"What?" Jia exclaimed. "I think they've gotten too far ahead," he explained.

"No problem," Sorako said, "I'll track them."

"You can do that?" Jia asked him.

"I told you I'm handy in the jungle," Sorako responded.

"Let's go," Horou said.

Sorako led them through the jungle. He looked for signs such as broken branches or footprints. "These guys aren't trying to hide their trail," He said.

After a while Bo stopped and said," hold on."

"What is it?" Sorako asked him.

"I can sense a crowd," Bo said. "I think the Bloodbenders are nearby."

Aya was taken to a wooden platform that was quickly built behind the village campfire. The pieces fit together like a puzzle so it had been built in minuets. A large crowd had gathered in front of the stage. On the stage and the Chief then began speaking. "It has been years since someone has discovered us," He said," but the law is clear. For our safety, this outsider must be executed. Many years ago, when the world was still deep in the hundred year war, our ancestors fled to this island. They hid here and built our village. So that we might live in peace. Separate from the outside world. Then a meteor struck this island. It nearly destroyed our village. But as we rebuilt we found that we were stronger. No Beast could harm us anymore, we found that we could blood bend. But we could only do so if we had a piece of the meteor near us. So we fashioned Jewelry out of the meteor and hid the remainder of it deep in the now know that the meteor was from the moon. Even though Avatar Aang brought peace to the world, we must remain a secret. So that if war ever engulfs mankind again we can be safe." Then chief Geming gestured and a man came on stage. He held a small square red pillow in his hands. And on the pillow was a knife. 'How can I get away from a crowd of Bloodbenders?' Aya wondered desperately.

Before anything happened a young man ran up on stage, and said in a hushed voice, "The friends of this woman have been sighted. And their headed right this way."

"They got here faster than I expected," Geming said, "ready the guards."

The man nodded and left. Then Geming grabbed Aya's wrist. The guards were bending her blood so that she couldn't move. took the knife and raised his hand. I know Horou wouldn't abandon me. But he better get here soon,' Aya thought. The blade came down quickly, and cut into her wrist. Aya opened her eyes. 'That's it?' she thought in surprise. She just had a small cut on her wrist. Then the chief bent her blood out, through the cut on her wrist. He was going 2 bleed her to death. Suddenly a thin layer of ice formed over her wrist. Stopping up the bleeding. 'Finally, now it's time for me to make my move,' Aya thought with a sigh of relief. The ground rumbled and shook. Then thew entire platform shot up into the sky. Bo stood nearby, he'd bent the earth under the platform into a pillar. The platform now sat safely 20 feet in the sky. Everyone on the platform had been knocked off their feet. And the crowd below was in confusion. People ran and screamed, thinking that the outsiders were attacking. Bo opened a tunnel directly underneath his feet and dropped down it. The ground quickly closed up over him. On the platform the blood benders were looking for a way down. In The confusion they had forgotten about Aya for just a second. But that was all the time she needed. Aya's hands were still cuffed but that didn't stop her. Aya opened her mouth and let out a stream of fire. It hit the Blood benders head on and knocked them off the pillar. This was a move that she'd learned from her grandfather, Iroh. People used to call him the Dragon of the west, because of this move. Very few people knew how to execute it. Aya only used it when absolutely necessary. Out of all of the men only Gening reacted quickly enough to block her attack. He bent a wall of ice up in front of him. It blocked the fire from reaching him. Then he shattered his ice shield and shot dozens of icicles at Aya. She ducked and stepped to the left. Avoiding the ice. But the chief then regained control over her.' 'Bravo, you almost got away, he said, but we are blood benders. There is no escaping us. A fog suddenly covered the crowd below. It was so thick that no one could even see their hand in front of their face. How many of you people are there? Gening exclaimed. A rock shot up through the platform and slammed into the chief. He was sent flying back off of the entire platform. He fell away and disappeared into the fog below. Bo was standing on the platform behind Aya. He is the one that shot the rock into Gening.

"Nice timing huh?" Bo asked Aya.

"A little earlier wouldn't have hurt," Aya replied.

"Come on," Bo said, and they both hopped down a tunnel that be had bent up through the platform. They popped up a good distance from the town. In a small clearing. The rest of the team was waiting for was curled up on the ground sleeping.

"Finally," Sorako said, "I was about to go after you guys myself."

Jia walked up to the group as Aya began speaking. " Good teamwork you two," she said to Jia and Bo, "I'm glad to see that you two are starting to get along, now we need to get the map. And then get out of here."

"You don't have the map?" Jia asked clearly surprised.

"The chief has confiscated it," Aya said, "but I know where it is."

"Alright everyone I can only take one person at a time," Bo said.

"That's okay I'll get to the town on my own," Jia said.

"Good I'll go back with Bo," Aya said and everyone else head for the eastern edge of the town. That's where the building is that has the scroll. You'll know if we need backup." Jia bent an ice slide and hopped on it and skated away into the forest.

The Rise Of Haman
Book 1: Light
Chapter 1 Energy - Chapter 2 Recruits - Chapter 3 Escape part 1 - Chapter 4 Escape part 2 - Chapter 5 Journey Chapter six Tiapie Chapter 7 Rescue

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