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| Zuko, something happened to The 4 Medallions in the last hundred years.
This fanon has been discontinued, but is still available to read for your enjoyment.
|The 4 Medallions|
None released yet
June 2, 2011 to unknown date
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Ozai tells Zuko where his mother is only Zuko find's it's a trap and it's leader is the son of Zhao and not only does he want revenge for his father's death but him and his men are only loyal to Ozai and Azula. He harasses Zuko by taunting him about Zhao defeating him in battle, his exile, and says Ozai treated him lke the son he always wanted. Zuko gets mad they battle and Zuko wins and escapes with his mother. Meanwhile, Aang is just feeling guilty about running away from his duties and causing the death of the Airbenders when a mysterious old person comes and tells of the 4 medallions that have the powers of the elements and when assembled into one medallion will grant the one responsible it's greatest desire. However they are being spied on by Zhao's son who wants the medallions too. Aang is then given maps to where the medallions are located and also to a place where and old wise monk lives which is located a mountain high above the Earth. Aang, Sokka, Katara, and Suki then go off to find the old monk. Appa and Momo stay behind with Toph because Appa is useless as they cannot fly to the mountain due to its temperatures and Momo keeps him company. Zhao's son then recruits Long Feng and Azula.
- Zhao's son
- Zhao(In flashbacks)
- Old blind wise monk
- Revived airbenders
- Long Feng
Note: This is just the basic plot the individual chapters will be released over the summer hopefully and maybe in the fall if not sooner.
For the collective works of the author, go here.