Fandom: Avatar the Last Airbender/Legend of Korra
Characters/Parings: No parings yet, characters are all OC's, however expect cameo's by Korra and Aang at some point because well, this is Avatar we are talking about. Soon POV. More Roku
Word Count: 382
Summary: The Avatar has always been one person, The Avatar can only be one person, the birth and rise of Soon and Asha: twin sisters who share a soul, changes everything.
A/N: I am posting these in the order that I wrote them. This means that they are NOT IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER. This is a side project and therefore it might never be complete. I don't plan on any of them (the stories) being very long at all. Each story is from the POV of one or both of the sisters.
The Dignitaries Palace, that’s the name of the place that they are staying. Is huge. Soon has never been in a building this lavish or this big. The room that she is staying in with her sister is the size of the hunt they had back home before… she stops and has to end that thought there. If she continues down that road she’ll end up crying. And then Asha will be woken from her nap. Her sister is grumpy when woken. She stares in awe at the art on the hallways and sighs. She is hopelessly lost. It’s funny, in a forest she can listen to the water rushing through the earth and know exactly where she is. But here, the water hidden beneath steel she feels utterly alone. The air behind her changes and she reaches out to push whatever it is away. The air around her solidifies and then spreads outwards.
There is the sound of a body hitting the wall and she turns to see Roku sprawled on the ground his robe haphazardly spread around him. Soon can’t help but laugh at him, “You shouldn’t sneak up on people like that.”
He grunts, “I won’t do it again.”
They stare at each other for a moment and then Soon sighs, “This place is huge.”
Even if she doesn’t say it he seems to know what she’s thinking, it’s pretty impressive it wasn’t so scary, “You lost?”
Soon feels her cheeks get hot and wants to deny it. But from the way he looks at her she can tell that he can read her body langue. She decides she hates him then. Or at least, she wants too. She stares at the floor, “Yeah. I can’t find the baths.”
The way he looks at her makes her want to melt into the floor, “I can help you find it. I spent a lot of time here, so if you need the help.”
Soon has never asked anyone for help but Asha. The idea that she would ask him for it makes her blood boil. But, if she wants to find the bathing area, and she does, she’s going to have to give in. Eventually she nods and follows him dutifully down the hall when he turns to guide her.