Jail BreakMako sat in the jail cell quietly at he listened to the nightlife of the city go by through his window. His brother was too busy with his big movie premiere to really be there to be a brother and listen to his explanation. The poster Bolin gave him was sitting on the floor, the ends still curled from being rolled up many times. Mako looked at the picture of his little brother with a blank face. Bolin didn’t even look like himself anymore, he didn’t seem to act like himself either when he stopped by earlier.Jail Break by ~sasuke12234
Mako let out a breath and turned to lay down on his uncomfortable cot since there was nothing else to do but sleep the time away. He then started to think that here was no hope for him. Verick had everyone wrapped around his finger that no matter what, he would charm his way out of whatever Mako accused him of.
He soon heard footsteps walking down the hallway. They didn’t sound metallic-like so Mako assumed it was one of his old, lazy co-workers coming to gloat at
Too Hot +CLEAN+“I’m sorry, what?” Mako said as he paused from washing dishes and looked at Korra who was sitting on the counter beside him.Too Hot +CLEAN+ by ~sasuke12234
Korra rolled her eyes at him. “I wanna play this game called ‘Too Hot’.” She smiled at him with an innocent look on her face as she swung her feet back and forth.
“Do you even know what it is exactly?” Mako asked, raising an eyebrow at his girlfriend, reminding her how naive she can be sometimes when learning about stuff while walking around the city.
The last Republic City custom that Korra learned about was something called the ‘Three Month Rule’, and it lead to her leaving behind her Water Tribe morals and going along with it. Mako knew she wanted to understand how people their age acted in relationships just so he could feel comfortable with being with her since dating in the water tribes were so much different than in Republic City.
“Not really.” Korra admitted with a shrug.
The Sentry and His AvatarThe Sentry and His Avatar by ~sasuke12234
The winter night was crisp and the falling snow felt like daggers on his face with the added wind. It was his shift to stand watch at the Avatar’s quarters while she was visiting her home in the south.
He has only been part of the White Lotus for about seven years and been practically all over the world. He loved the beauty and warmth of the Earth Kingdom, the beautiful lights of the Northern and Southern Water Tribes, the strong connection he had with the Fire Nation, and the warm and cozy feeling he got with being back home in Republic City. But no matter what, he was always happy with where he was if she was there with him. Even though their relationship went down hill after he broke up with her in a public area, he still felt horrible when he found out that she didn’t make it to the Fire Nation like he thought she did during her month long absence. When he learned about what she went through and the truth about everything that he was completely blind about, he promised
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