War, PT.4When would it end?
Korra's thoughts jarred her away from sleep, after what happened with Mako just minutes ago. Sleep was impossible. She removed the covers from her body and sat up on the bed. Placing, burying her face in her hands, she clenched her temples in frustration.
What had she done? She had just made her friend untrustworthy, and made her mind untrustworthy. There was only three people she could actually talk to anymore, and they were Pema, Bolin, and Tenzin. Okay, she had that bit of information processed. What could she do to set everything straight again?
The idea popped into her head like lightning. It would have to happen again. Once more would set him straight. Korra slept soundly that night, an idea happily in her head.
It was early when Korra's eyes opened. She shot out of bed, pumped and ready for the plan to take action. Getting dressed and all of the latter, afterwards, heading off to the arena.
Korra waited. And waited. And waited some more. Just outside the broth
War, PT. 3Later that night, Korra waited outside of the restaurant for Bolin. Minutes passed, and finally, the Fire Ferret appeared. "Hey, Korra! Sorry I'm late!" Korra smiled.
"Hey, that's cool. Come on, let's go in. The two walked in, claimed their table, and received their noodles. Bloin was already wolfing his down when Korra noticed something...something strange. At the table at the other side of the restaurant. It couldn't be. Mako and Asami, happily, nonchalantly enjoying their supper. Korra felt her face flush a deep red.
Bolin looked up from his noodles. "What's up, Korra? Something wrong?"
"O-oh. It's nothing." Korra looked down and gritted her teeth. 'One night he's kissing me, then he's on a date with her', she thought. What a two-faced traitor. She looked back up at Bolin's still concerned expression and smiled. "Nothing at all." Korra dug into her noodles contentedly. She was happier with Bolin anyway.
Bolin waved her off at Air Temple Island, after promising to see her tomorrow at
War, PT.2Korra blushed. She did plan on sleeping better now, thanks to Mako. She patted Naga, gesturing for her to come. The lumbering creature got up and followed Korra to her room. In the hallway, Korra was looking down, and bumped into something. Looking up, she saw Tenzin, looking down at her. "Korra?" he said, somewhat worried. "Why are you awake?"
"Oh, it's nothing, Tenzin," she said, yawning. "I was just going to bed."
In the sleeping pit of happiness, Korra was startled when Naga was licking her awake. "Naga, stop!" she laughed. Looking outside, Korra freaked out when she noticed it was noon. She had missed training! Great. Just great. Reasons why that was bad: one, she missed training. Self explanatory. Secondly, she missed a chance to see Mako. Also self explanatory. A knock sounded on her door as she sighed, frustrated with herself. Pema walked in gently.
"Korra, you sure slept in late. What's up? You never sleep that long."
"Oh, you know...just...late night airbending tra