A/N: I originally wrote this in 2009, and have always held a soft spot for it. It was so far beyond my years when I formed these words together, and whenever I read it I feel like I wrote something meaningful and representative of how I feel for ATLA. I recently went though and slightly edited it for flow, but it’s still the same thing I wrote as an inspired 16 year old. I hope you like it.
Fandom: Avatar: The Last Airbender
Shipping: Hinted Tokka and Sukka
Second A/N: This is how I felt about the series finale, and everything is strictly canon.
History: acts, ideas, or events that will or can shape the course of the future.
No one knew that this day would be considered history; it had never occurred to them while planning their attack. They thought they would simply go in, kick some fire lord butt, and win the day like they always did. However, it was almost too late by the time they realized this face-off was not their ordinary battle.
It was lucky for them that they realized it just in time.
Let’s prove to Mike and Bryan just how many of us there are!
Cupcakes made in honor of The Legend of Korra’s premiere! It’s finally here, you guys!
……. /goes to look/
Never, ever, ever listen to the Legend of Korra soundtrack while driving.
I burned the songs, including the music that was in The Track Team’s podcast, onto a CD so I could listen to its glory in my car while driving to school.
I was listening to the extended version of “The Rally” and began to imagine headcanons of Bolin kicking some Equalist ass and Asami watching while being internally conflicted about the entire situation.
Guess what happened because of my headcanon?
I ran a red light.
First time in my life, I ran a red light. Thankfully the cars that were going through their green light kinda slowed down and kept out of my way, so I didn’t hit anyone. After I passed the light, I realized what had happened, and I was mortified.
At the next stop light (which I actually stopped at) I pulled out the CD and put in something else. That burned CD of the Korra soundtrack will never be played in my car ever again.
So, take this as some sort of public service announcement or something.
LISTENING TO THE KORRA SOUNDTRACK OF INFINITE GLORY WILL CAUSE YOU TO RUN RED LIGHTS, DRIVE PAST STOP SIGNS, IGNORE CARS AROUND YOU, AND POSSIBLY END IN A WRECK AND/OR DEATH. THE POSSIBLE DEATH OF PEDESTRIANS MAY ALSO OCCUR AS YOU RUN THEM DOWN WHILE IMAGINING AMAZING HEADCANONS. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.