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|Chronicles of the Red Lotus: Ming-Hua|
"The truth is . . . I wasn't born like this."
The Chronicles of the Red Lotus is a series of books focusing on the main four Red Lotus agents: Zaheer, Ghazan, Ming-Hua, and P'Li, and their lives before the Red Lotus. The storyline will go in the order in which Zaheer broke them out of prison in Season 3 in The Legend of Korra. Still, this fanon will focus solely on Ming-Hua.
Book One: Truth Edit
The story begins 46 years after the end of the Great War, better known as the Hundred Year War. Peace settles throughout the world, as the Fire Nation had began administering it, making Republic City its modern epicenter. This great harmony outstretches even as far as the Water Tribe, however, the Northern Water Tribe wishes to successfully annex the South to create an everlasting peace between the two, but their form of peace is not without consequences.
Ming-Hua was born 26 years subsequent of the War. She came from a humble upbringing in the Southern Water Tribe born as the youngest of three siblings. The oldest, Hurak, is 29 and leads a rebellion against the Northern Invasions, or so called "greeting." Hana is 23, and is the most powerful waterbender in her family, mastering her abilities and becoming a proficient healer by age fifteen. Ming-Hua's father dies during a Fire Nation raid that happened after the conclusion of the Hundred Year War, unknowingly to Fire Lord Zuko. Their mother was in that raid and became disabled, being confined to a wheelchair. Their family has a long line of prodigious and powerful waterbenders.
When it is heard that an attack from the North is imminent, Hurak wishes to stop it and end the General, a man in the Northern Water Tribe who leads the First Division of the army within the Northern Tribe, but should this man be attacked, it could constitute a war between the tribes. And should a war happen in the South, it will be brutally destroyed and finally collapse. The General also serves as a resource to the chief since he is ill, and his successor is not ready to ascend to the throne. Should the South risk everything to regain their freedom, or submit to the North and regain stability?
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