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Na wat er zich heeft afgespeeld tussen de Water Tribes en de Fire Nation heeft er een korte periode kalmte geheerst tussen de vier naties. Echter beginnen er zich langzaamaan her en der roddels te verspreiden over een spanning tussen de twee volken. Na wat er zich tussen hen heeft afgespeeld zou dat ook geen verrassing zijn. Toch hadden vele gehoopt dat na deze dramatische gebeurtenissen er een periode zou komen van vrede. Er zijn immers genoeg slachtoffers gevallen tijdens de heerschappij van de vorige Firelord.

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Bericht van Hal op wo mei 30, 2018 9:37 am


With extreme care, Hal closed the door of the small house he shared with his brother behind him. There he paused, eyes peeled for any movement and listening carefully from any noise both from within the house and from the streets around him. When there didn’t seem to be any, he exhaled slowly. Sneaking out of the house hadn’t been this difficult a few months ago, before the Fire Nation decided Gaoling would make a nice trophy. Back then, there had only been Max to consider, who could be a light sleeper at times. Now, Hal had to consider both Max and the Fire Nation soldiers out on patrol. Under current circumstances, he normally wouldn’t have thought of leaving his house, but he had somewhere to be.

As ironic as it might seem, late evenings and early nights were the only time when it was more or less safe to meet with the few members of the resistance that were living in Gaoling. Hal didn’t know whether it was the Fire Nation’s arrogance that they had never been caught, but the soldiers on patrol seemed content to stick to the streets. None of them ever checked the buildings. If he was honest, Hal didn’t very much care for the reason why; al he cared about was that it enabled them to conduct their business without too much fuss. Once they were off the streets, they were more or less safe.

Actually getting to their meeting place was a challenge with more than a few close calls, but Hal stuck to the shadows, flattening himself against walls and wedging himself in between buildings whenever a Fire Nation patrol came too close for comfort. Though his heart was pounding with excitement, he managed to arrive at the meeting point in one piece. He slipped into the building – an abandoned apothecary without a roof or doors in what had once been a booming part of the city but now housed Gaoling’s poorest – with another careful look around. While he entered, he nodded at the man perched on top of the front wall, almost completely hidden from view in his dark clothes. The man served as their lookout, warning them of any approaching Fire Nation soldiers.

The inside of the building was filled with the soft whispers of roughly sixteen people, who looked up as one when Hal entered. Once they recognised him, they immediately relaxed and beckoned him over. Hal took a seat next to a woman he knew, vaguely, from the mines. “Is that everyone?” he whispered, counting heads. Upon receiving several nods, Hal relaxed. “Okay,” he said, leaning forward so that he could peer at the map that was spread out on the floor, lit by several candles. “Where are we at?” One of the men spoke up, pointing at several points on the map and relating what information he had on the area. Hal listened silently, brow furrowed in concentration.

Things weren’t well – which he had expected, but it was still disconcerting to hear. The Fire Nation was making its move in various locations, Gaoling being only one of them, and the members of the resistance, while increasing steadily in number, were still too few to make a huge difference. They still hadn’t worked out how to drive the Fire Nation from Gaoling, or if they even could. They still hadn’t found a way to release the members of the previous resistance – Hal’s father among them – from Boiling Rock, which was a setback. Considering their current numbers, they could have used the boost in members the old resistance could provide.

They hadn’t, in short, made any progress since the last meeting two weeks ago. Hal sighed and sat back, thinking things over while the other resistance members came up with suggestions that were shot down just as quickly because they were either too dangerous or impossible to achieve with their current numbers. Hal listened quietly and said nothing. He was one of the youngest members of the resistance and while he knew every man counted, he also knew that he was the last person who should take the lead in discussions. Not when he didn’t have anything good to add, anyway.

Suddenly, there was a sharp whistle from above them and conversation immediately ceased. The seventeen men and women crammed together into the small room looked at each other with wide eyes, suddenly tense, as they waited for more whistles – one for each Fire Nation soldier approaching. But there were no other whistles, just the one. Slowly, some people rose to their feet, quietly reaching for their weapons or readying their stance to earth bend. No one moved until Hal took a cautious step forward, one hand around the kukri tucked into his belt behind his back. He held up a hand to stop the others. Out of all of them, he looked the most malnourished; if it was a Fire Nation soldier on the other side of the wall, perhaps he could convince them he was homeless and had been sleeping rough in the apothecary.

Taking a deep breath to calm his racing heart, he moved to the doorway, halting there, fully prepared to face a Fire Nation soldier in full armour, fire at their fingertips – and instead came face to face with a girl who very much did not look like a typical Fire Nation soldier. The sight threw Hal for a loop. He blinked, his hand loosening slightly around his kukri. “Can I help you?” he asked slowly, looking the girl over.


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Bericht van Ka'on op za jun 02, 2018 5:19 pm


Through the eye of the needle
Scouting. Making sure the area they were headed was safe. It was necessary since they were sought after and since the place they were headed this time had just been conquered by the Fire Nation. Therefore Ka'on wasn't surprised by the number of soldiers walking around in town. She concluded there must have been a rule saying all civilians had to go inside before dark because of the danger of a possible attack bla bla bla. Honestly, she didn't care about any of that. Whether there were soldiers or not, she was going to walk around unnoticed anyway. It was safer that way, especially since she probably couldn't handle all the town's soldiers on her own. Even though those would probably think that she was just a normal civilian after all. The Seven Deadly Sins were quite the enigma, after all, hardly anyone would recognize their faces. However, there were other parts of the group that could be recognized by anyone who knew who they were. For now, the blonde, wrapped in a dark cloak, ran around on the roofs of the buildings. It wasn't the hardest thing to do but definitely the safest. Her Airbending ensured that she could easily jump from roof to roof without making a sound. It was a matter of minutes before she became bored. There was nothing to do or to see except those soldiers. Maybe it was time to turn back... or not. Her grey eyes noticed a figure sitting on a wall of a roofless building. That seemed interesting. The blonde licked her lips with the tip of her tongue. Let's go. Without making a sound, she jumped off the roof, into the room which the person faced. The figure on the wall seemed somewhat surprised by the girl that pretty much came jumping from a roof. A whistle. Silence. Alright, what was that whistle for? After a few seconds, a young man appeared in the doorway. Where there more people behind that wall? Alright, this made her curious. The man seemed about as surprised as the man on the wall. Amusing. “Can I help you?” Instead of answering, Ka'on's eyes darted around the room. All clear. The blonde slightly bended her knees before making a rather 'big' jump, paired with Airbending of course, and landed crouched on the wall, about a meter next to the other man. What she saw in the other room was somewhat expected, a group of people. Quickly after that, Ka'on jumped back into the original room. This, with a backward somersault. The young man was in possession of some sort of weapon after all, so it would be smart to keep her eyes on him. Though the way in which she did that would be called somewhat weird by most. "Yeah, tell me what's going on here?" Ka'on asked with a sweet smile on her face. The gathering had piqued her interest and now she wouldn't leave before knowing what was going on.
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