Not Quite LostMembers of Amon's Equalist forces all follow the same strict regime...by
Wake at dawn.
Receive our orders.
Carry out our orders.
Sleep at dusk.
The never-ending repetition is designed to break us, dehumanise us, make us as unfeeling as any of Sato's machines. Days quickly begin to blur together here and most of us struggle to separate one week from the next. How long have I been here? Too long. That's all I know.
We all have our own rituals too, integrated into our daily routine, a small something that makes us different from the soldiers in the bunks around us. Kota's made a habit of doing thirty push-ups as soon as he wa
A:TLA- When the House is Divided"How much for the apples?"by
"It's 5 copper pieces."
"Ouch seems a bit steep for my taste. How's about 3 copper pieces?"
"It's 5 copper pieces! Take it or leave it."
"How's about 2 copper pieces and a hug?"
The shopkeeper snatched Hitsuki by the scruff of her hand-me-down dress, "How's about you hit the road and I don't rip off your braid loopy things!" The little girl slapped the woman's hand off of her and dusted the infected area, prompting a growl from the aged woman. The shopkeeper noticed another customer had entered. "When I come back to this spot, brat, you better be gone. Or I'm calling the cops!" Hitsuki mockingly stuck out
Transcending Lifetimes"You should stop this nonsense, my friend." The old man said as he considered his next move on the pi sho board. "I can only do so much to protect you." The twenty-five year old man sitting across from Avatar Aang was an idealist with a genius-level intellect and a charismatic attitude. He was also someone who had experienced more betrayal and witnessed more injustice than almost anyone his age.by
Kohun had started what he coined the" Equalist Movement" about a year and a half ago. Originally it was nothing more than non-benders getting together and complaining about discrimination over a few beers, but in a short time Kohun had created a poli