I will get my Korra back on the roll, or I will die trying.
I am hoping that the former is accomplished before anything like that happens.
With that, I need partners (new and old, yes)!
If anybody wants to give me a shot, let me know (:
That sounds so interesting, Tahno. Please, go on.
As happy as can be, pretty boy.
I have no wants or needs that involve touching your hair!
Ugh, anyway… yeah, I guess it’s not so bad seeing you again.
How’ve you been?
You as in me? Okay, Tahno…
What do you want?
I don’t have time to braid your hair right now.
Yeah guys, I ship makorra. And right now… well, this episode shot me right in the heart.
I am currently dying, but more importantly… Tahorra will heal. Let me just sail on the Tahorra ship until I get better.
LOLOL. AHMAGADDD. I don’t feel safe with howrra anymore either okay D:
IT’S OKAY, WE CAN GET THROUGH THIS TOGETHER.
I’M SORRY WHAT? WHAT IS TAHNORRA?
THE ONLY SHIP I CAPTAIN IS TAHORRA.
I don’t rate fics X:
But I’ll read it! I just need a little point in the right direction (:
ooc-; UHM. NOT SO GREAT WITH HUMAN TRAFFICKING SO HE BOUGHT A DAY OF HER LIFE OKAY? okay.
Let’s skip the ‘how’ve you been’…
She was doing it for the good of the city. The good of Republic City was important. Very important. Of course, for she had only risked her life, trying to save it, several times and counting.
This counted as one of those times.
Tahno felt as though everything should have and would have been his if he saw fit. The first time he had met Korra, in a small candy shop, he liked her and wanted her for himself.
“How much do you cost?” he remembered asking her, “My dad will pay any amount.” Korra had looked at him with blatant disbelief, and her lips had twisted into a scowl.
“You can’t buy me you snobby bastard,” she said as she jabbed her then small and chubby finger into his chest.
“What?” he remembered saying, “Then what do you want?”
Korra shook her head and rolled her eyes, “Friendship takes time, you swell.. no, you pill.” With that, she began to turn, but he grabbed her arm.
“I have that. Time I mean. How much of it do you want?”
Korra laughed loudly, so un-lady like, but he loved it anyway, “All of it,” she said. He went to the candy shop every day after that.