"When we hit our lowest point, we are open to the greatest change." Hey, I'm Korra. I'm the Avatar, deal with it. Me and my parents knew there was something special about me ever since I was younger. Little did I know, I would one day end up being the Avatar. It's a responsibility like no other, and frightens me to death half the time. But I'll keep fighting, there's no doubt about that. [Multi-ship, Multi-fandom, AU, Crossover, and regular roleplay] [Independent Korra roleplay blog] [Will RP with anyone] ~Roleplay/Ask Blog~ (icons used are not mine, credit to original owners) - Tracking tag: theavatarlegend
1,000 FOLLOWER AND NYCC GIVE AWAY!
I officially hit 1,000 followers while at NYCC and it seemed like a perfect time to do a give away!
I will pick three winners. The deadline to enter is 11:59 PST on October 25th.
First Place: NYCC Poster, Activision Poster, Dark Horse lanyard, and Legend of Korra Elements Pin Set.
Second Place: NYCC Poster, Activision Poster, and an air Activision badge.
Third Place: NYCC Poster and Activision Poster
- Must be following me.
- Can’t be a giveaway blog.
- Must have ask box open and be willing to give your shipping address. I’ll ship anywhere.
- Like for one chance, reblog for two
- DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 25TH AT 11:59 PM PST.
GOOD LUCK AND THANK YOU FOR FOLLOWING ME!
This all was bringing painful memories back. The only emotion he could feel anymore was pain and sadness. The rider spirit took away all joy and simply left him with the pain of loss. When his soul left, a part of him died with it. He stood up and ran his fingers through his hair, letting out a shaking breath. “I um…I’m going to take a walk” he said quickly, walking away from the fire and wiping his eyes. The painful memories came back and he didn’t want her seeming him like this
Nice one, Korra. She didn’t even have to ask. She knew it was all the talk about sacrifice and loss. She sat still, placing her feet back on the ground, and resting her arms on her legs. She felt bad for him. She wanted to make sure he was okay, but she didn’t want to make things worse. She knew talking about things helped, but she really didn’t think he would be up to talking to her about it, especially since he was the one who choose to go take a walk. After a few moments, she went against her best judgement and followed after him. Luckily, he hadn’t gone far yet. “…Are you okay?” she asked. Her voice was almost sheepish, which rarely happened, unless she was even the slightest bit concerned.
"So, we’re done?" Korra asked, completely furious, as her eyebrows furrowed together. "Why should’t I hurt you if you tried to hurt me?" she nearly yelled, taking a few more steps forward, as she kept the flame in the palm of her hand still flickering. "I told you not to mess with me."
Well that doesn’t really explain much. Sighing she closes her eye and focuses on her heartbeat. Letting her breathing settle into its normal slow and steady rise and fall of her shoulders she stills. As she focuses on her heart she feels her mind go blank and then just as she feels her energy a flash a piercing green slit dragon eyes flash in front of her as a roar fills her ears. Yelling out in fear she instinctively draws her sword and falls back pointing it out where she saw the beast haunting her nightmares.
Fang lays on her back and holds her sword with both hands but still she shakes and a sweat coats her forehead. Jerking her head she looks around at the empty court yard and jumps to her feet with her sword still in hand ready to attack
Korra opened eye, as she heard Fang yell. She was just about to breath out another frustrated sigh before she noticed that it wasn’t anything silly this time. She opened her other eye as well, as she stood up, and sat beside her, offering a hand to help her up.
"Are you okay?" she asked, raising an eyebrow slightly. She didn’t even have to ask what happened. It was Fang’s first time meditating, and she knew the possibilities of what could happen when someone hadn’t meditated ever before. Sometimes someone thinks their mind is clear, but they end up focusing on the wrong thing, and their nightmares are free to haunt them. She hadn’t ever experienced it herself, but she had heard about it.
"Oh wow. I didn’t think ya could forbid the Avatar from anythin’." Which was a bit silly in retrospect. The Avatar was powerful, but they were still human and they still had to grow up. It would make sense that a kid would be banned from listenin’. "Still, glad ya yelled. From what I’ve heard, ya doin’ really good in them."
When asked where she was from, sherolled up her jacket sleeve as if the vine could offer a sort of proof. “Foggy Swamp. Kinda a long way from home.” She laughed, ducking her head. Hopefully, Korra was one of the ones who was nice about it. She had a few people mock her for the accent and where she came from.
Korra nodded. “Oh, I think I’ve heard about that place. I’ve never been there, but, I might want to go there one day. It seems like a pretty nice place.” she stated, a small smile upon her face. She was glad that she was from somewhere she knew of, at least. And it was true, she really did want to go there someday. She liked to travel, and she wanted to see other places, but unfortunately, since she was so busy, she didn’t really have the time for it right now.
"But, being a probender and training most of the time, I don’t really have the time. And I went through enough trouble to convince my parents to let me come to Republic City." she added, shrugging her shoulders lightly, as she breathed out a small sigh.
[ Thank you ??
I’m sorry about my attitude ??
I try to be positive a lot, I really do, but like any person, I just can’t be 100% happy and positive about everything. And when I see room for improvement, it just kind of makes it worse. But, I’ll keep trying.
Thank you anon. :) ]