|Deviant Login||Shop||Join deviantART for FREE||Take the Tour|
The years passed without any more crazy Firebenders, war, or being on the run. Bumi and his friends all grew up and each married their respective halves. He and Jade had three kids; a green-eyed, black-haired boy name Adam, the eldest who could Energy Bend; blue-eyed girl named Emily, the middle child, a Non-Bender; and a blue green- eyed girl named Jami, the youngest and a Healer. Bumi worked as a fitness/Energy Bending trainer while Jade worked in a medical facility, using her powers to heal the terribly ill.
Kya and Luten had three kids; two boys and a girl: Max (oldest) who had the skills of Firebending, with black hair, gold eyes and tan skin. Timothy (middle) was a Non-Bender with blue eyes, brown hair, and pale skin; and lastly was Amelia the Waterbender; a replica of Kya but with a mix of gold and blue in her eyes. Kya took over her mother's art gallery and also helped to train other Waterbenders while Luten trained Firebenders in a dojo build
Chapter Eighteen: AftermathLuten
After Azula, who was still unconscious from the fight with Bumi, had been brought into prison under the fact that she could no longer Firebend, the teenaged Firebender and his friends returned home to Mai’s and Zuko’s place, since it was closer to the battlefield, and Jade and Katara healed the wounded. He was by Kya, his arm around her as she relaxed, her hand on his chest and watching the group in exhaustion. Her face was dirty and her clothes had some tears in it while her hair looked like it had a battle of its own; but Luten still thought her as the most beautiful girl in the world. He thought to the night on the beach, where they had revealed their feelings along with the promise that if they both survived the war, they would be together. He didn’t know if it was official yet, but he didn’t want to bother her with that now; Kya had been through too much already and the Firebender didn’t want to force into anything too fast.
Chapter Seventeen: The War Part 2Bumi
As the fireball came at him, the Energy Bender created a shield much like the one from the beginning, only larger and stronger. The transparent colors shimmered lightly on the ground before disappearing as the fireball collided with the energy. Bumi felt a jerk in his body as the two elements smashed into one another, but he barely acknowledged it as the fire disappeared, turning from blue to orange. When it was gone he formed a ball of energy that crackled because his powers responded to the comet just as much as Firebenders can. The energy ball was the size of a soccer ball, the colors and brightness intense, and white lightning crackled. He threw it at Azula, who dodged it by diving to the side before running at him again, this time launching multiple attacks at him, her wild hair flying all around her face, making Bumi wonder how she could see with such a wild tangle as he blocked and dodged all of her fire. She jumped into the air using her Firebending bef
Chapter Sixteen: The War Part 1Field: Kya
In the Waterbender's eyes, the comet was beautiful, but she knew it held much power and as they ran to meet the oncoming army, she got glimpses of Firebenders powering up using the Blaze to their advantage. Luckily there was a lake on the field close by so she and the other Waterbenders could have something to work with; but it still made her nervous to be running headlong into a warzone. As she and her friends ran into the first line, Kya, with water already gathered on her arms, froze the first enemy she saw and water whipped another across the face. Bumi and the others were absorbed in the mass of bodies fighting for control. She heard a cry of pain and prayed it wasn't someone from their side as she blocked a vicious fireball, three times bigger than was normal. A cloud of steam rose from the element's contact and she used that to her advantage to freeze the man in ice before moving on.
Another person came at her, this time female, with a long s
Chapter Fifteen: Last Minute GiftHome: Alex
It was wonderful to be home, but Alex has had it with all the training. After everyone had reunited with their families, Longshot and Smellerbee, his parents, had had him and his sister Pema join the group they were preparing for the final battle taking place here tomorrow. Alex looked forward to end this battle once and for all and he had hope that Bumi could reduce Azula to nothing. How he was going to do that was a mystery, but he knew the kid would accomplish it. The Energy Bender was stronger that anyone had ever seen him. As Alex, Pema, their parents and friends trained, he thought of all their adventures, how all of them had grown closer and tighter as a family, of growing in power and maturity, of the sacrifices everyone had taken. Azula would be wise to give up before they got a hold of her; she has absolutely no idea how strong they really were. This war is going to end with her going down.
During break, Alex sought out Lilly and found her with Pema,
Chapter Fourteen: PreparationThe Next Afternoon: Jasmine
Taking a cool rag from the water basin that had been set up in the hotel, the Non-Bender squeezed water from it and placed the damp cloth against Pema’s pale sweating face. Tenzin sat on the other side of his bed, holding the girl’s hand and watched her with a pained expression. He had carried her yesterday after the fight into his room because it was closer to the door in the lobby. Jade had done what she could to help heal Pema, but there wasn't a whole lot she could do. Pema’s mind was hard because of the strain it had gone through the day before, and she had yet to wake up from her coma. The Airbender didn't want leave her side since the fight, saying he had to stay there until she woke.
Jasmine looked over at him. There were bags under his eyes, his skin ghostly pale, and she could have sworn she heard his stomach growl but he didn't seem to notice. All his attention was focused on the girl lying comatose on his huge bed,
Keep in Touch!
Lilyas has dedicated herself to making our community a brighter place with her vibrant artwork and infectious enthusiasm for interacting with others in our community. It has certainly paid off, as many deviants flock to her page on a daily basis to let her know how much of an inspiration she is. We absolutely agree, and couldn't let all that hard work go without recognition, so it's with great pride that we bestow the Deviousness Award for March 2014, to ... Read More