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Put ‘It’s too soon’ in my ask and I’ll tell you my character’s last words to yours

bolt-the-badass-avenger:

Eh why not?

I killed people yesterday.

Now I’m dying today….

*shrug*

formerhuntress:

becuzimbatman:

I hate doing these things, but i feel pressured to, and like something will happen if I don’t D:

ooc: you people are evil! I love my mommy!

Oppressed, my foot | @lieufromfoggyswamp

lieufromfoggyswamp:

rai-su:

Raisu’s smile remained visible, but shook her head. “Uh-uh,” she told Lieu. “I bumped into you, so I pay. It wouldn’t be right to have you treat me,” she was resolute in paying for the meal.

She noticed the girl tug her sleeves down, as if her vines might be slip into view once more. Raisu took it as something maybe she shouldn’t have asked about. She wasn’t much for having her business pried into, so she felt especially apologetic for her curiosity. “Sorry about that. You probably didn’t want to explain, if they were kept hidden - huh?” Raisu reasoned aloud. “But, the Foggy Swamp.. Wow,” she changed the subject. She was caught up in imagining the scenery - vines creeping up vast tree trunks or hanging from the branches in large quantities and the marshes hiding away all sorts of creatures that she’s only heard stories about. No doubt it would be a blast living in a place like that - with its mysterious allure and all.

Raisu had always stuck to close to the small towns lying outside of Republic City - nothing too eventful there. Well, once she tried to bring home a platypus bear cub.. That was as adventurous as it got.

That must have been quite the place. It’s nice that you have something to remember home by,” she said, referring to the plants around her wrists. Raisu hadn’t grabbed anything to sentimental from home. All she had was the memory of her sixteenth birthday, the night she slipped out while her family lay asleep and ran off - with only a letter left in her wake.

I’m from Makapu Village. Tiny place,” she gave a delicate twitch of her shoulders. “But, it was home.” Raisu came to a stop in front of a shop. “Ah, we’re here,” she gestured to Narook’s. ”Just like my grandmother’s noodles,” she sniffed the air appreciatively before leading Lieu in. 

“Allright, if ya insist.” She smiles, and then waves her hands to correct the girl. “Oh no, it’s no problem. Jus’ alot of people don’t understand and find it strange, so it’s really more for others then myself.” She says with a shrug. “Yer fine, really.” SHe smiles, to ease the girl’s concern, even as she debates telling her the real reason for wearing the ivy.

She looked at her confused when she said she had something to remember home by, not having shown the girl her necklace. But then she remember her plants, and she laughs softly, choosing to focus on her first sentence. “I suppose so, it’s definitely very different then here, I gotta say. To me, the city is jus’ amazin’” She raises her hand, as if she could point out the whole city. “The Swamp is a lil dull by comparison, but we certainly found plenty to do.”

When the girl mentions her home village she starts to ask her about it, but then they were at Narook’s, and so she kept quiet until they get in and take their seats. Once they sat, it was her turn to be curious.

“So Makapu Village, huh? What’s that like?”

After settling in their seats at a table, Lieu had asked about her home.

Small,” Raisu chuckles at her reply. “We get a lot of people passing through - quite an interesting array of characters, if I do say so myself,” she smirked. “I’ve seen people from everywhere, stopping in Makapu before they head off in the direction of the city. There was one old firebender man who would fart flames,” Raisu recalled, she tapped her chin thoughtfully. “He spent quite few yuans on a couple pairs of pants during his stay.”

Not much to do there, unlike the Swamp and the city,” Raisu shrugged. “But, seeing the panda lilies in bloom..” she smiled fondly. “It made living in such a tiny, boring place worth it.” Raisu let out a small laugh, embarrassed. “Of course, I always got scolded since you have to climb the mountain to see them.” 

She paused for a moment. “The city hasn’t got much flowers,” Raisu realized. “Well, except for the park..” her eyes narrowed. “.. along with those pesky protestors.” She murmured that last part before someone came up to take their order. 

She quickly glanced down at her Menu, her stomach growing impatient with the wait. “I’ll have..” Raisu squinted at the list of foods with careful consideration.

The seaweed noodles,” she came to a decision, unable to hide her glee - and her rumbling stomach. “Er, sorry about that,” she apologized to Lieu and the waiter. “Know what you want?

imnolonger-yourmuse:


I started following this girl and her whole dash ended up these. And her last post. I can’t even say words. Anons took her life. If that’s okay with you, then carry on with your day. If you agree this is unacceptable and okay, then reblog and spread the word. What you say can actually change a persons life! So help out

I don’t care if this makes your dash look ‘ugly’, no matter what type of blog you have you should reblog it.

I wish the anon button broke for all these people. Wouldn’t that be interesting?

kisho—lava-bender:

wild flower in the city { ❃ }: Hey, there~ || kisho—lava-bender started following you

rai-su:

kisho—lava-bender:

rai-su:

kisho—lava-bender:

rai-su:

kisho—lava-bender:

rai-su:

Hey,” she noticed the boy. “I’m Raisu,” she was prompt as she reached her hand out. “And what should I call you?“ she wore a smirk.

“Oh, I’m Kisho.” He replied, noting the tone of her voice as he shook her hand. “It’s nice to meet you, Raisu.” He raised…

“Far from the city, actually.” He replied, smiling. “I live on an island outside of Ba Sing Se… you know, the one with the lava-bending freaks.” 

Y-you’re,” her cool mask melted away, her eyes shining with her admiration as she pointed a finger in his direction. “You’re. A. Lava. Bender?” Raisu’s family was made up of benders, but she never met an authentic Lavabender. “That is amazing,” she shook her head in disbelief at her luck - Raisu actually met a Lavabender. 

Kisho’s grin widened at her reaction, trying not to inflate his ego too much. “It isn’t that amazing, to be honest.” He shrugged a little, shoving his hands into his pockets and trying to appear a bit indifferent, although he did enjoy the attention. 

Realizing how she was portraying herself, Raisu cleared her throat. Keep it together, Raisu. 

Well, maybe you’re right,” she coughed, mirroring Kisho’s indifference. The only thing that gave her away was the pink hue dusting her cheeks. “But, uh. You know, it’d be interesting to see you in action..” 

Raisu huffed, covering her embarrassment with irritation. “But, don’t get too full of yourself. I’m not fawning over you or anything!” she jabbed a finger at him again. “I’ve just never met a lavabender, before,” Raisu explained turning her head away, in hopes that he didn’t notice her reddened cheeks. “What brought you to Republic City anyway?” she quickly changed the subject, her voice taking on a kinder tone.

Kisho definitely noticed her red cheeks, and it made him grin widely. He crossed his arms over his chest and nodded as he listened to her, having a smirk on his face. “Yes, it would be, wouldn’t it.” 

"Oh, I have business here for my island… lots of technical stuff that isn’t very interesting at all." He shrugged, shoving his hands into his pockets and peering around. "This is a cool city, though. I don’t even know what have of the stuff is here." 

Tell me about it,” she too, scanned their surroundings. “I’ve lived right outside the city my whole life and I never imagined there’d be so many things I wasn’t aware of - sitting just a couple of miles away.” 

Raisu crossed her arms over her chest as she appreciated the marvelous spectacle known as Republic City. “Too bad that quite a few nonbenders and benders can’t seem to make this place pleasant by getting along," she chuckled without humor. "Because of those few, the innocent ones are being punished,” she murmured almost to herself. 

Well, then lavabender Kisho,” Raisu’s smirk crept back into view as she clapped him on the back. “I’m looking forward to seeing you bend in the near future. Make sure you come find me the next time you decide to bend some molten rock,” she quirked a brow. “Who knows? Maybe I could help get you out of a pinch if you run across some Equalists?" Raisu shrugged. "I wouldn’t want your lavabending to disappear on you before you even show me what you got.” 

nijibug:

I’ve started putting together a masterlist of wolfbats fic!!
Please please please help expand our sad little collection of wolfbats fics puppy eyes tightly clasped hands quivering bottom lip ;;

Oppressed, my foot | @lieufromfoggyswamp

lieufromfoggyswamp:

rai-su:

That’s good to know,” Raisu smirked at her response, hoping to quell her annoyance over the ‘Park Incident’ so no questions about her mood are asked. She didn’t like to be angry, anyway.

Lieu,” she repeated with a shake of her hand. “Yeah. Nice to meet you, too.

For a minute, Raisu thought she was going to refuse as she mulled over her offer of noodles. ‘Maybe she was on her way somewhere, already,’ Raisu reasoned. After a few moments, the girl agreed. “Allright, sounds like a plan. But really, don’t feel bad. I run into people all the time,” she had said.

Raisu laughed when she admitted to running into people all the time. “You must get treated to a lot of noodles, then - huh?” she teased as Lieu gestured for her to lead the way. 

Raisu stepped forward, wandering towards Narook’s Seaweed Noodlery. She glanced sideways at the girl. “Don’t take this the wrong way or anything, but what’s with the vines?” she asked remembering the brief glimpse of green around Lieu’s wrist. She was just trying to make conversation, but she found she was genuinely curious. 

She starts off to deny about treated to food, but she stops to think. She has been taken out by a surprising amount of people, so she gives the girl a laugh. “Yanno, actually I do, maybe I should turn the table and treat ya.” As soon as she says it, she thinks she actually should, and she starts hoping the where they’re going is not too pricey.

She slips up next to the girl, and when the question is asked about her vine bracelets, she unconsciously pulls her sleeves down more. She had become more cautious about her bending since her near brush with the law. Even though their focus on non benders, she had attacked a prison guard, who would probably remember her and her vines. but she had intended to practice using them in conjecture with the more traditional style of waterbending she was learning.

“Ah, just a quirk I’ve got. I’m from Foggy Swamp, we use plants for everythin’ down there, including accessories. I haven’t really stopped wearin’ them since movin’ here.” She flashes the girl a grin. She hadn’t lied, they were used for everything.

Raisu’s smile remained visible, but shook her head. “Uh-uh,” she told Lieu. “I bumped into you, so I pay. It wouldn’t be right to have you treat me,” she was resolute in paying for the meal.

She noticed the girl tug her sleeves down, as if her vines might be slip into view once more. Raisu took it as something maybe she shouldn’t have asked about. She wasn’t much for having her business pried into, so she felt especially apologetic for her curiosity. “Sorry about that. You probably didn’t want to explain, if they were kept hidden - huh?” Raisu reasoned aloud. “But, the Foggy Swamp.. Wow," she changed the subject. She was caught up in imagining the scenery - vines creeping up vast tree trunks or hanging from the branches in large quantities and the marshes hiding away all sorts of creatures that she’s only heard stories about. No doubt it would be a blast living in a place like that - with its mysterious allure and all.

Raisu had always stuck to close to the small towns lying outside of Republic City - nothing too eventful there. Well, once she tried to bring home a platypus bear cub.. That was as adventurous as it got.

That must have been quite the place. It’s nice that you have something to remember home by,” she said, referring to the plants around her wrists. Raisu hadn’t grabbed anything to sentimental from home. All she had was the memory of her sixteenth birthday, the night she slipped out while her family lay asleep and ran off - with only a letter left in her wake.

I’m from Makapu Village. Tiny place,” she gave a delicate twitch of her shoulders. “But, it was home.” Raisu came to a stop in front of a shop. “Ah, we’re here," she gestured to Narook’s. ”Just like my grandmother’s noodles,” she sniffed the air appreciatively before leading Lieu in. 

wild flower in the city { ❃ }: Hey, there~ || kisho--lava-bender started following you

kisho—lava-bender:

rai-su:

kisho—lava-bender:

rai-su:

kisho—lava-bender:

rai-su:

Hey,” she noticed the boy. “I’m Raisu,” she was prompt as she reached her hand out. “And what should I call you?“ she wore a smirk.

“Oh, I’m Kisho.” He replied, noting the tone of her voice as he shook her hand. “It’s nice to meet you, Raisu.” He raised…

“Far from the city, actually.” He replied, smiling. “I live on an island outside of Ba Sing Se… you know, the one with the lava-bending freaks.” 

Y-you’re,” her cool mask melted away, her eyes shining with her admiration as she pointed a finger in his direction. “You’re. A. Lava. Bender?” Raisu’s family was made up of benders, but she never met an authentic Lavabender. “That is amazing,” she shook her head in disbelief at her luck - Raisu actually met a Lavabender. 

Kisho’s grin widened at her reaction, trying not to inflate his ego too much. “It isn’t that amazing, to be honest.” He shrugged a little, shoving his hands into his pockets and trying to appear a bit indifferent, although he did enjoy the attention. 

Realizing how she was portraying herself, Raisu cleared her throat. Keep it together, Raisu. 

Well, maybe you’re right,” she coughed, mirroring Kisho’s indifference. The only thing that gave her away was the pink hue dusting her cheeks. “But, uh. You know, it’d be interesting to see you in action..” 

Raisu huffed, covering her embarrassment with irritation. “But, don’t get too full of yourself. I’m not fawning over you or anything!” she jabbed a finger at him again. “I’ve just never met a lavabender, before,” Raisu explained turning her head away, in hopes that he didn’t notice her reddened cheeks. “What brought you to Republic City anyway?” she quickly changed the subject, her voice taking on a kinder tone.

No.. Way.. || sugarqueenkatara started following you

Raisu pointed at the renown waterbender, her mouth hanging open with no sound coming out - the sight was comical. “Y-yo.. M-my.. K-kno..,” her words tumbled out of her mouth in an unrecognizable gibberish.

I’vebeentoldsomanystoriesaboutyouandavataraang!” she managed to spit out, combining her words into one super sentence. She visibly cringed, figuring Katara might not understand that either. 

She flushed, embarrassed. Raisu shook her head, determined to get it together. “You’re amazing.”