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The Darkest Day: The Green Spirit
Chapter information
Series

The Water Tribes

Book

Two: The Oceans

Chapter

Six

Written by

WaterMasterFinn

Editor(s)

WaterMasterFinn

Chronology
Last chapter

The Darkest Day: River of Fire

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The Fiery Stone

THE WATER TRIBES

Book Two: The Oceans
Chapter Six

The Darkest Day: The Green Spirit

MOKOLO

Mokolo watched a boat rowed in to the docks. Mokolo turned away from the sea and headed into the Tower of the Sun. He was allowed entrance via a guest pass Lily got for him. He was about to see her to begin guarding the tower.

He found his way to Lily's floor and opened up a secret passageway behind a wall. Dakko appeared. Mokolo didn't say anything to him, just motioned for Dakko to follow him.

"Are you sure it's on this floor?" Dakko asked.

"Yes. We just have to wait for one of the Creators to lead us to the right door."

"Look, Mokolo, I'm sorry—"

"Save it. You've done too much wrong for me to simply accept an apology. You'll need to do some good before I listen to you."

Dakko didn't respond. He put his head down in shame. And then he came up with an idea.

"I thought you said it was the ninth floor?"

"It is."

"Then why are we on the tenth?" Dakko pointed out. Mokolo didn't say anything. He quickly made his way to the staircase and entered it. The wall behind him closed and he couldn't open it back up.

"Dakko! Hey, Dakko!"

Dakko used a bookcase to block the wall from opening again. He was determined to stop the Creators to get on Mokolo's good side.

Mokolo pressed against the wall to no avail. He made his way down the stairs to meet the rest of his group. On the Eighth floor he heard a loud noise. A screech. A bang. Another screech. He pushed on the wall and entered the hallway.

A stream of fire made its way to Mokolo. He quickly flung himself to the ground to avoid it. Mokolo's hand waved in the air, producing water from the bags he was carrying. He made a sword of ice and got back up on his feet.

The Dragon continued blowing fire at Mokolo. The Chief of the Southern Tribe was agile enough to dodge the attacks. The beast was able to back him up to a window, and promptly pushed him out the window. Mokolo quickly swung his arms to create a spiral of water from the sea that would catch his body. He lowered himself to the ground.

The Dragon broke through the window and burst out of the wall of the tower. It flew down to Mokolo, nearly hitting him had he not rolled out of the way yet again.

Mokolo ran for the beach, summoning more water to help with his attack. He dove into the waves, having the water circle around him. He burst up and began shooting swords of ice at the dragon. His first wave of swords was instantly melted by the dragon. But eventually the dragon couldn't keep up with Mokolo's assault.

Several swords of ice were able to pierce through the Dragon's underbelly, hitting its heart, killing it. It fell over on its side, leaving Mokolo to himself. He stopped throwing swords and took a minute to catch his breath. The he noticed a large stream of water rising to the tower. He could've sworn it was Sokka. Mokolo took a few steps closer while squinting his eyes.

The stream of water dropped off the man onto the docks. Mokolo began running for the dock. The man in the distance had gotten in a boat and sped away. By the time Mokolo reached the end of the dock, the boat was too far in the distance. Mokolo stared in the distance, wondering many things, but mostly if that really was Sokka.


KYLA

"How did you get this?" Kyla asked, staring at the pendant full of spirit water in her hand.

"After you left the Northern Water Tribe I found this in Mokolo's classroom. He was supposed to be my waterbending instructor." Kilo answered, looking at his own left hand.

"Thank you!" Kyla exclaimed and hid the pendant away.

"I figured we might need it someday. I think today is a good a day as any," Kilo said with a hint of somber in his voice. "We should go now."

They continued up the stairs of the passageway that led to the lava river. They were the first to go. Kyla suddenly felt a hand grab her and pull her away.

"Hey what are you doing!" Kyla yelled. A gust of wind fell over them. Kyla watched as Yinlo walked down the steps, intercepting the two Waterbenders. Yinlo smiled as he looked at each of them, one at a time.

"I've been expecting you," Yinlo sneered.

"I've been expecting you too," Kyla retorted. Lily had warned her that the Green Spirit may not be Jong-Mu after all. Kyla figured it was a trap by Taizo and Yinlo.

"You have?" Kilo asked, surprised. He only knew of the mission set by Mokolo.

"I'll tell you another time. Right now, you need to go. You have to stop the Creators," Kyla whispered to him.

"There's no use in running," Yinlo interjected. He began forming a small tornado in the stairwell.

"What do I do?" Kilo asked.

"There's a vent around the corner. Go in it. I've got this, I promise," Kyla persisted. Kilo darted for the vent as Kyla began distracting Yinlo. Kyla took a deep breath; half wishing he hadn't left her alone. She was unsure if she was powerful enough to fight Yinlo.

Yinlo slowly walked up to Kyla, letting the wind dissipate. "You missed our date."

"Your wife wouldn't like that."

"My wife is dead," Yinlo responded. He reached for the pendant around her neck. She smacked his hand away. He grunted and proceeded to grab it from her. He turned around and examined it before proceeding to give it back. "Carrying around that tiny amount of water won't help you.

"You're just one bender. I don't need to stop you. Just slow you down." Kyla revealed a small satchel of water on her back and drew water from it.

"Well, good thing I have an associate!" Yinlo replied.

At that moment, Taizo came down out of a ceiling vent to discover Kyla and Yinlo battling. Kyla was trying to blast Yinlo's feet with water and freeze it. Yinlo was using the air current in the stairwell to try and push her down the stairs.

"Taizo! Help!" she called out, hoping for the same sympathy she received in the Creator's city. Her eyes glistened as tears began to form. Her anger often led her to tears.

"Don't worry," Taizo said to the healer. He faced Yinlo, slowly winding his hands in a circular motion getting ready to attack.

"Taizo, what are you doing?" Yinlo asked.

"Being brilliant!" he responded. He created a tunnel of air, a small tornado of sorts, and threw it at Kyla.

"NO!" Kyla screamed, falling down the stairs, hitting each corner until she landed on the next platform. She could barely breathe and she was already showing bruises.

"I can't believe you didn't see this coming," Taizo chortled. Kyla looked up at him, her pain escaping from her eyes in a wildly horrific manner.

"Finish her off," Yinlo ordered. Taizo jerked his head up.

"We don't need to kill her. Let's just leave her. More pain," Taizo reasoned, trying to convince Yinlo not to murder her.

"You're so weak. I'll do it, get out of the way!" Yinlo hissed.

Yinlo shoved Taizo to the side, slamming him against the wall. He began directing the currents in the air to move Kyla's body to the window.

A strong gust of window left Yinlo unbalanced suddenly. He regained control and turned to Taizo. Taizo was in a defensive position, ready to throw another attack if need be.

"You're making a huge mistake!" Yinlo yelled. He rose his arms, getting ready to attack, when Taizo was hit with a large stone. It knocked him over, leaving him tumbling down the stairs, the rock following him. It landed right on top of his chest, crushing all his ribs.

Kyla looked up to see who had done this. All she could see was green. Could it really be? Had the Green Spirit just saved Yinlo? Yinlo fled up the stairs, the Green Spirit following him.

Kyla struggled to get herself up, still barely catching her breath. She was able to get up on her knees. The rock was sitting on Taizo, taking Kyla nearly five minutes to get off him in her condition. She took of the necklace of the Spirit Water Kilo had given her. Without so much a flick of her finger it swarmed around her hands and began to glow bright blue upon contact with the Airbender's body.

Kyla stared at the dying airbender. She wasn't sure if it was working.

"You're going to be fine, Taizo. Stay with me," Kyla pleaded. Taizo barely knew she was there.

"Wife," Taizo murmured to Kyla.

"What? What are you trying to say?" Kyla begged for an answer. Taizo didn't respond. His eyes remained open, but the water stopped glowing. He took his last breath and passed away.

"NO!" Kyla screamed. Her tears completely blurred her vision. She wiped them away and darted off to get help. She found Kilo on the staircase.

"I found them, Kyla. But they've disappeared," Kilo informed her.

"He's dead!" she gasped and began crying hysterically again.

"Who's dead?" Kilo questioned, confused and concerned.

"Your—your stupid—your stupid water! The healing water! What was in the healing water!?" Kyla screamed at him. Her grief was causing her to be unable to put together her thoughts into a coherent message.

It was at that precise moment Kilo noticed the vent above them. "Kyla, run!" he pushed her away just as Tu Kon and Arielle dropped down from the ceiling.

"Just the girl I was looking for," Tu Kon said, and chased after Kyla. Kyla ran off, trying to ignore her injuries.

Tu Kon caught up to her. Akhatro intercepted her and shoved her up against a wall. She was out of breath and still crying. Tu Kon was about to hit her when his eyes went blank.

"I see—I see the truth now. You must stop them," Tu Kon said. He suddenly grasped where he was and let Kyla go. "My father was leading us wrong. His death freed me. You may pass, Healer. Let her pass, Akhatro."

Akhatro let Kyla free, and she passed without any further harm. She quickly made her way to Lily's room. As she climbed the top of the stairs, she could swear she saw the Green Spirit running from the door of Lily's room. She quickly entered their room.

Kyla found no one in the main room. She moved to the side room to find YInlo suffocating Lily and her mother, Alli. Kyla threw a ball of ice at the Airbender, stopping his vacuum.

"You again?" Yinlo bellowed.

Lily took the distraction as a chance to leave. She left her mother and Kyla behind. Yinlo laughed as he took the ball of ice in his hands and melted it by warming the air. He made an icicle and pierced Lily's mother's chest with it right in the heart. She bled out and died almost instantly. Kyla took Lily's mother in her arms as the life drained from her.

"You're a monster!" she cried out.

"And now, you're turn," Yinlo said to her and then hit her over the head with a bat. Her body fell to the ground, covered in Alli's blood. She was knocked unconscious for the rest of the eclipse.


DAKKO

He found his way to Lily's floor and opened up a secret passageway behind a wall. Dakko appeared. Mokolo didn't say anything to him, just motioned for Dakko to follow him.

"Are you sure it's on this floor?" Dakko asked.

"Yes. We just have to wait for one of the Creators to lead us to the right door."

"Look, Mokolo, I'm sorry—"

"Save it. You've  done too much wrong for me to simply accept ance an apology. You'll need to do some good before I listen to you."

Dakko didn't respond. He put his head down in shame. And then he came up with an idea. Dakko thought his only way to redemption was to stop the Creators by himself. So he devised a plan to keep Mokolo away.

"I thought you said it was the ninth floor?" Dakko asked.

"It is."

"Then why are we on the tenth?" Dakko lied. Mokolo didn't say anything. He quickly made his way to the staircase and entered it. The wall behind him closed and he couldn't open it back up.

"Dakko! Hey, Dakko!"

Dakko used a bookcase to block the wall from opening again. He was determined to stop the Creators to get on Mokolo's good side. He waited for them to appear, but was surprised to see it wasn't them who showed up. Instead it was Yinlo walking smoothly towards Dakko.

"What are you doing here?" Dakko asked. Yinlo did not hesitate to punch Dakko square in the jaw. Dakko was knocked out immediately.

When he came to, the Green Spirit was walking in the opposite direction. By the time he cleared his throat to speak, the Green Spirit had already disappeared. He  decided it was best not to stop him, and went down a set of stairs.

He turned a corner and ran into Tu Kon who was meditating on a step. Dakko began excited, enthralled really. It was his perfect chance to enact revenge.

His hand drew water from his bag, and turned into a spear of ice surrounding his hand. Dakko drew his arm back and then thrusted it into Tu Kon's heart. Tu Kon screamed in agony as the blood poured over the ice.

Dakko couldn't help but grin at his success. He ran off to tell Mokolo the good news.


LILY

"It's just scary. After some of the things I've seen—"

"I know sweetie," Allie said to her daughter. "Whoever broke in last night didn't steal anything. We'll be fine. We're not staying here much longer."

"Okay. Just promise me... Promise you won't leave me again," Lily pleaded. Her mother had been out of town during the time the city was locked down. She had been visiting Taku.

"I promise," Allie told her and hugged her, then kissed her on the top of her forehead. They both turned their heads at the sound of the knock on their door.

"I'll get it," Lily offered and opened the door to see Sokka.

Sokka introduced himself as a cleaning service and was let in. He didn't stay very long, however. He merely checked around the rooms a few times, barely cleaning anything.

"Do you know what's going on with the sun?" Lily asked, wondering what he was looking for.

"Just an eclipse. You won't have an bending for a bit, but all will be fine!" Sokka answered, trying not to sound nervous.

Lily watched as he continued going around the room pretending to clean. Lily wasn't sure what he was doing, but he finally seemed satisfied and left. She would've inquired about it more but her mother distracted her with a yelp.

"Lily, I think Zola just waterbended."

"What?" Lily replied, shocked.

"I'm sure of it. She moved water right in front of my eyes."

"Are you saying that my sister—"

"Is the Avatar, yes."

Lily held her sister in her arms, trying to comprehend the fact that her sister was the Avatar. Her mother took her turn holding her, amazed that her own daughter was going to be a legend. Lily tried producing a flame, forgetting the effects of the eclipse. She suddenly felt less important than her sister. Her jealousy began to grow immediately.

They both whipped their bodies around at the noise of a crash. Someone had broken through their window again.

"Mom, I think we're in trouble!" Lily shrieked.

Lily ran into their main room to discover the Green Spirit and Yinlo. Yinlo was slowly walking towards him. She ran back into the bedroom.

"Hide Zola!" Lily urged, but it was too late. The Green Spirit and Yinlo were already in the room.

"Take the baby, I've got these two," Yinlo said.

"Exterminate those two," a raspy voice ordered under the green veil.

"Right. Go on then," Yinlo replied. The Green Spirit took the baby and left them. Yinlo began creating a vacuum to kill Lily and her mother.

Kyla found no one in the main room. She moved to the side room to find YInlo suffocating Lily and her mother, Alli. Kyla threw a ball of ice at the Airbender, stopping his vacuum.

"You again?" Yinlo bellowed.

Lily took the distraction as a chance to leave. She left her mother and Kyla behind. She darted out of the room and chased the Green Spirit up the stairs. It wasn't long before Yinlo caught up to her, having finished with Alli and Kyla. Lily was only concerned with her sister, Zola, though.

Yinlo simply hit Lily from behind with his bat to stop her. Lily was only out for a minute or so, but when she woke up there was no sign of anyone. She headed back to her room and almost vomited upon what she saw.

Lying on the ground was Kyla, unconscious, covered in her mother's blood. Her mother was in a puddle of water, dead, her eyes still wide open. Lily began crying uncontrollably. She turned to the window at the sound of a woosh and headed over. She stood on the windowsill and looked down, trying to see what—or who—dropped.

Kilo made his way to Lily's room, having previously agreed to meet Kyla there at the end of the mission. He knocked on the door and there was no answer. It was unlocked so he opened the door to see Lily standing in the window, staring at the black sun, with a leg stepping onto the air, as if it were an invisible step.

"NO!" Kilo quickly ran over to the window and grabbed Lily, pulling her down. Lily cried in his arms. Kilo said nothing, just sat in shock at the events of the day. He stared at the floor, wondering why she was about to jump. She stopped crying, prompting Kilo to release from the hug and look up. Lily stared out the window, watching as the moon began to reveal the sun.


YINLO

Yinlo waited in the halls of the tower, pacing back and forth. He was nervous. Today was the day their plan was finally finished. Today, Yinlo would end the Avatar lineage. He heard two people talking, and realized exactly who was coming up the stairs. Yinlo punched the air sending a stream of wind their way.

A gust of wind fell over them. Kyla watched as Yinlo walked down the steps, intercepting the two Waterbenders. Yinlo smiled as he looked at each of them, one at a time.

"I've been expecting you," Yinlo sneered. Yinlo was upset his false letter by the Avatar didn't work out.

"I've been expecting you too," Kyla retorted.

"You have?" Kilo asked, surprised.

"I'll tell you another time. Right now, you need to go. You have to stop the Creators," Kyla whispered to him.

"There's no use in running," Yinlo interjected. He began forming a small tornado in the stairwell.

"What do I do?" Kilo asked.

"There's a vent around the corner. Go in it. I've got this, I promise," Kyla persisted. Kilo darted for the vent as Kyla began distracting Yinlo.

Yinlo slowly walked up to Kyla, letting the wind dissipate. "You missed our date."

"Your wife wouldn't like that."

"My wife is dead," Yinlo responded. He reached for the pendant around her neck. She smacked his hand away. He grunted and proceeded to grab it from her. He turned around and examined it. He instantly recognized it as healing water. Knowing this was a possibility, he stole an identical pendant while in the North. He switched her healing water with regular water before proceeding to give it back. "Carrying around that tiny amount of water won't help you.

"You're just one bender. I don't need to stop you. Just slow you down." Kyla revealed a small satchel of water on her back and drew water from it.

"Well, good thing I have an associate!" Yinlo replied.

At that moment, Taizo came down out of a ceiling vent to discover Kyla and Yinlo battling. Kyla was trying to blast Yinlo's feet with water and freeze it. Yinlo was using the air current in the stairwell to try and push her down the stairs.

"Taizo! Help!" she called out.

"Don't worry," Taizo said to the healer. He faced Yinlo, slowly winding his hands in a circular motion getting ready to attack.

"Taizo, what are you doing?" Yinlo asked. Yinlo had never fully trusted Taizo. He was mostly using him.

"Being brilliant!" he responded. He created a tunnel of air, a small tornado of sorts, and threw it at Kyla.

"NO!" Kyla screamed, falling down the stairs, hitting each corner until she landed on the next platform. She could barely breathe and she was already showing bruises.

"I can't believe you didn't see this coming," Taizo chortled. Kyla looked up at him, her pain escaping from her eyes in a wildly horrific manner.

"Finish her off," Yinlo ordered. Taizo jerked his head up.

"We don't need to kill her. Let's just leave her. More pain," Taizo reasoned, trying to convince Yinlo not to murder her.

"You're so weak. I'll do it, get out of the way!" Yinlo hissed.

Yinlo shoved Taizo to the side, slamming him against the wall. He began directing the currents in the air to move Kyla's body to the window.

A strong gust of window left Yinlo unbalanced suddenly. He regained control and turned to Taizo. Taizo was in a defensive position, ready to throw another attack if need be.

"You're making a huge mistake!" Yinlo yelled. He rose his arms, getting ready to attack, when Taizo was hit with a large stone. It knocked him over, leaving him tumbling down the stairs, the rock following him. It landed right on top of his chest, crushing all his ribs.

Kyla looked up to see who had done this. All she could see was green. Could it really be? Had the Green Spirit just saved Yinlo? Yinlo fled up the stairs, the Green Spirit following him.

Yinlo found his way to the correct floor, and held a hand up to the Green Spirit. He exited the stairwell and came upon Dakko. He walked over to the Waterbender casually.

"What are you doing here?" Dakko asked. Yinlo did not hesitate to punch Dakko square in the jaw. Dakko was knocked out immediately. Yinlo smiled and then entered a room next to Lily's. The Green Spirit followed Yinlo out the window and on the ledge. They moved across to Lily's room and smashed the window open. They jumped into the room.

Lily ran into their main room to discover the Green Spirit and Yinlo. Yinlo was slowly walking towards him. She ran back into the bedroom.

The Green Spirit and Yinlo entered the room where Lily, her mother, and sister were hiding.

"Take the baby, I've got these two," Yinlo said.

"Exterminate those two," a raspy voice ordered under the green veil.

"Right. Go on then," Yinlo replied. The Green Spirit took the baby and left them. Yinlo began creating a vacuum to kill Lily and her mother.

Kyla eventually enteredo the side room to find YInlo suffocating Lily and her mother, Alli. Kyla threw a ball of ice at the Airbender, stopping his vacuum.

"You again?" Yinlo bellowed.

Lily took the distraction as a chance to leave. She left her mother and Kyla behind. Yinlo laughed as he took the ball of ice in his hands and melted it by warming the air. He made an icicle and pierced Lily's mother's chest with it right in the heart. She bled out and died almost instantly. Kyla took Lily's mother in her arms as the life drained from her.

"You're a monster!" she cried out.

"And now, you're turn," Yinlo said to her and then hit her over the head with a bat. Her body fell to the ground, covered in Alli's blood. She was knocked unconscious. Yinlo knew it was not time to kill her yet.

After knocking out the waterbender he darted out of the room. It wasn't long before Yinlo caught up to Lily. Yinlo simply hit Lily from behind with his bat to stop her. She fainted briefly, giving Yinlo enough time to find the Green Spirit. He was waiting with Zola in his arms.

"Finish the deed. I've got to go," the Green Spirit told him.

"I hope I can get her to stay in the Avatar State. Are you sure the knife will work?" Yinlo asked.

"It should. Just stab her in the heart with it, and the enchantment should work. You'll have until the end of the eclipse until she gets out of the Avatar State."

"See you soon then," Yinlo said as he took the baby and headed up to the roof. He opened the door to the top of the tower and found himself in the dark of the day. His long strides, moving with a sense of urgency, led him to the edge. Yinlo took out the knife and proceeded to stab Zola.

The enchantment of the knife allowed Zola to survive the injury of the knife by placing her in the Avatar State for several minutes. Yinlo smiled, happy it worked. He extended his arms and held the baby over the open sky. He slowly let his fingers loosen their grip and the child swiftly fell down the side of the tower.

Yinlo's eyes caught a disturbing sight, as her eyes stopped glowing blue as soon as she was released from his hands. She had exited the Avatar State. Yinlo flew down to see if she was truly dead—and she was. But this meant the next Avatar would be an Airbender.

Yinlo felt like he had failed, until he made a connection that astounded him. He promptly left the dead corpse of the baby and made his way back to the rendezvous point.


GREEN SPIRIT

The ship slowly moved towards the edge of the shore. The rower put down the rows and stepped onto the docks. He tied his boat to the shore. The Green Spirit watched his every move.

"Thanks for the ride," Sokka said and walked away from the rowboat. The Green Spirit slowly walked off the docks as well, ready to reveal his presence.

He made his way to a secret entrance to the Lava River. He led a dragon and its companions to a rock wall. The Green Spirit ordered the dragon to hit the wall, causing a small hole to appear at first. He peered through it, seeing an Earthbender. He backed off and the dragon hit the wall again, making the hole bigger. The Green Spirit looked at the Earthbender again, knowing exactly who he was. The Dragon burst through the entire wall, leaving the Green Spirit on his own.

He made his way up a secret passageway and found Yinlo being attacked by Taizo. The Green Spirit never trusted Taizo and sought to end his life to ensure his plan went down correctly. He moved a rock and flung it towards Taizo, knocking him over so he tumbled down the stairs. The rock landed on Taizo's body.

Yinlo turned around to see the Green Spirit and smiled. The two darted up the stairs, fleeing the scene. Yinlo found his way to the correct floor, and held a hand up to the Green Spirit. The Green Spirit watched as he exited the stairwell and came upon Dakko.

"What are you doing here?" Dakko asked. Yinlo did not hesitate to punch Dakko square in the jaw. Dakko was knocked out immediately. Yinlo smiled and then entered a room next to Lily's. The Green Spirit followed Yinlo out the window and on the ledge. They moved across to Lily's room and smashed the window open. They jumped into the room.

Lily ran into their main room to discover the Green Spirit and Yinlo. Yinlo was slowly walking towards him. She ran back into the bedroom.

The Green Spirit and Yinlo entered the room where Lily, her mother, and sister were hiding.

"Take the baby, I've got these two," Yinlo said.

"Exterminate those two," a raspy voice ordered under the green veil.

"Right. Go on then," Yinlo replied. The Green Spirit took the baby and left them.

The Green Spirit held baby Zola in his arms. He headed up the stairs when the sight of Zola's face made him stop dead in his tracks. It was her smile. For some reason, he knew he wouldn't be able to do this.

Yinlo reached him and awaited orders.

"Finish the deed. I've got to go," the Green Spirit told him, happy to pass of the buck.

"I hope I can get her to stay in the Avatar State. Are you sure the knife will work?" Yinlo asked.

"It should. Just stab her in the heart with it, and the enchantment should work. You'll have until the end of the eclipse until she gets out of the Avatar State."

"See you soon then," Yinlo said as he took the baby and headed up to the roof. The Green Spirit then proceeded to his private room in the tower. He locked the door behind him and began taking off his Green Spirit robes.

The Green Spirit was in all actuality, female. She went over to the mirror and placed her hand on her belly. Suddenly a jolt of pain ran through her body.

"It's time," Melora said to herself, ready to give birth to her new baby.


SOME TIME AFTER THE ECLIPSE

"Well?" Yinlo asked, extremely curious.

"Give it a second!" Melora said, exhausted. She held her son in her arms, pointing her at several objects. Finally, the baby boy grabbed one of the objects. Melora immediately swung her head towards her husband.

"So, we've been trying to kill the Avatar," Yinlo stated, "and now our son is the Avatar."

"This changes everything," Melora replied, not blinking out of shock.

"Yes, it does."


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