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Makorra - Scarf"So where'd you get that scarf, anyway?"Mako lifted his head wearily, red fabric pooling around his neck again as amber eyes met ocean blue. He could tell she was just trying to change the subject, distract him from the fact that his brother was still out there somewhere, missing and probably terrified.Never mind that he wouldn't be able to stop thinking about it until Bolin was safe at home, out of the hands of the chi-blockers who'd stolen the last of Mako's family from him.Spirits, if anything happened to Bolin, innocent, happy-go-lucky Bolin he'd never forgive himself."I've had it for a long time," Mako answered Korra's question vaguely, fingers twisting into his scarf, seeking comfort from its familiar material. Just knowing the scarf was there always managed to calm him down, if only for a moment."Funny enough I managed to figure that out myself, city boy." Korra's lips curled into a smirk, to which Mako returned the ghost of a smile. "Seriously, where'd you ge
Makorra BruisesShe hated him. And it took everything in her not to say anything to him. It didn't matter if he was trying to help her or not, she was furious with him. He didn't look that happy either. But it could be because she was bruised up and he wanted to protect her. Like anyone could protect her. She was the Avatar. The Avatar didn't need protection.Though she refused to talk to him, the silence between them was killing her. The only sound heard was the water dripping from his hands as he tried to clean the scratches up. After hearing that, she wanted to hear his voice, but not enough to open her mouth and speak to him."So, what happened this time?"She refused to look at him as he asked his questions. He knew what happened. He was there. Sort of. Okay, well he came in at the last minute when she did have everything taken care of by then, but that wasn't her fault."You are always getting yourself into some sort of trouble." He shook his head."I am the Avatar," she said, finally loo
Trust in Fear - MakorraTrust in Fear~P~It happened in a split second that was suspended over what felt like a short eternity.It was the night of the Championships, and much to their immense unhappiness, the Fire Ferrets were up against the Wolfbats. Korra wasn't afraid to face their leader hell, she wanted to be the one to knock him clear into the drink but she more than a little concerned for her teammates. She knew they could handle themselves, but even Mako was on an edge. He paced back and forth in the little preparation room, trying to calm and center himself, but he just couldn't seem to relax. The Avatar knew how much this match meant to him how much this victory meant to them all, so he couldn't afford to be a mess of nerves. And yet he had been.Up until the one match, the team had trained mercilessly, honing their skills and connecting closely, becoming nearly unstoppable. And while the Wolfbats lacked the emotional connection they held, they certainly had the physical aspec