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Okay, here is a excerpt from a rewritten ATLA episode. Lovelyb0nes, please give me some feedback if you read this. This is mainly for him...
“Hey, guys. Come with me,” Jet said.
“Have you seen Sokka lately?” Katara asked, throwing the innocent question towards him.
“Uh, no…” Jet scratched his neck uncomfortably, looking down at the floor.
Katara’s eyes narrowed. “He left a little before you came into my hut,” she added. “You know, last night? I wouldn’t be so sure if I were you. If something happened to Sokka during your watch, well –”
“Well, um…I’m sure he’ll turn up sooner or later,” Jet mumbled.
Katara smiled. “That’s good. I wouldn’t want anything to happen to either of you.”
Is she playing me? Jet thought. “Well, we’d better get going,” he said. “Follow me.”
Katara and Aang followed Jet to a small stream.
“You guys can help us by getting the water out of these geysers to help fill the stream,” Jet explained.
“What are you going to be doing?” Aang asked.
“I’m going to be down at the dam,” Jet said.
“We’ll come down there and help you when we’re finished here,” Katara said.
“We don’t need your help,” Jet said quickly. “It’s probably better if you just go back to the camp.”
Katara arched her eyebrows. “Well, okay,” she said.
“This could be hard,” Katara said after Jet was gone. “I’ve never waterbended from a hidden source.”
Aang shrugged. “It’ll be fine. There’s two of us, remember?” He began to pull the water up.
“Right. If we do it together, it’ll be easy,” Katara said. She joined Aang. After the first one or two geysers, it became easy. As they continued, they started to talk.
“What?” Katara said, suddenly closing up. “I don’t like him! What are you talking about?”
“I was just going to ask you if you trusted him…” Aang said uncomfortably.
“Oh,” Katara said, suddenly embarrassed. “Well, I really want to trust him, but there’s something about him that just seems…wrong.”
“I know what you mean,” Aang agreed.
“Well, that’s the last one,” Katara said brightly. The last geyser exploded and the water streamed into the river.
“Let’s go help Jet,” Katara said.
“Really? Are you sure?” Aang asked. “He said not to go.”
“He could always use the help of two waterbenders,” Katara said, justifying her decision.
“Okay. Let’s go,” Aang agreed.