Hey I'm Teo! I'm from the Earth Kingdom but my dad and I moved to the Northern Air Temple. That's where I learned to fly. I mean, I'm no bender but I've got this sick flying chair. Wanna go for a ride?

 

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(Thank you, this new reblogging system has been a pain :P)

Toph supported her head in one hand as she thought about how one could make a “sand fort.” She mumbled under her breath, then the idea came to her. Toph took a firm stance in the ground with her arms low to the ground and her hands spread out wide, palms to the sand. She stomped down on one foot to loosen the patch of beach she was planing to use. Then her arms rose quickly and her body straightened out, the sand following her commands to rise. After it was high enough to be a fort, she turned her palms over and into fists, pulling her arms closer to her body. The sand had then hardened enough to hold some weight. She repeated her first stance and motions to raise the sand bellow so she could be just bellow the top of her newly formed rock. Toph then held the bottom of her hands together, fingers outstretched and arms to one side. As she pushed her hands forwards she blew out a big, wide area for sitting. Toph hopped into the newly made fort and broke up the floor so that a layer of sand remained. 

When she had finished her fort she looked out of the door and, again repeated her bending motions to form a ramp from Teo’s chair to the forts entrance. “Is this what you had in mind!?” She shouted from the top, it wasn’t the most elaborate of forts, but Toph had been inexperienced with the subject, never having made one before.

“Huh? No, unfortunately I can’t take the credit for that one. When we were looking for a way to stop the Fire Lord we…..met some in this desert.” She wasn’t very proud of that visit to the ancient library, is had been because of her that the sandbenders were able to steal Appa, at least that’s what she had always told herself.

“Soooo what do you wanna do now?” As Toph had never built a fort, she was also unaware what one would do in such a construction. She was hoping Teo had built some forts in his time because two kids in a fort with no clue how to use it did not sound like a fun time to her.

Sandbenders in the desert. Made sense. Teo would’ve asked more questions about the topic - he was always curious about their adventures - but Toph didn’t seem anxious to linger on it.

"Ummm…" The boy let his gaze fall onto the sparkling waters and the rolling tides. He would’ve been content to just sit back and stare at it, just to enjoy Toph’s company, but they’d already spent an entire night talking. They had do something fun, something they’d both enjoy, because obviously the chair in the sky ride wasn’t fun for the both of them. But how were they going to put the fort to good use? Whenever Teo found secret passages and rooms in the air temple, he’d rarely have anyone to share them with. But playing pretend with a sand fort sounded childish. They could treat it like a day at the beach…sandcastles, seashells, sandcrabs. You’re never too old for that, right? "We could…go looking for stuff along the beach and bring it back here…or…" Teo trailed off thinking of things to do. He really hadn’t been to the beach too often.

(I know Toph gets bored easily so maybe they’ll find something interesting washed up on the shore lol)

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(Thank you, this new reblogging system has been a pain :P)

Toph supported her head in one hand as she thought about how one could make a “sand fort.” She mumbled under her breath, then the idea came to her. Toph took a firm stance in the ground with her arms low to the ground and her hands spread out wide, palms to the sand. She stomped down on one foot to loosen the patch of beach she was planing to use. Then her arms rose quickly and her body straightened out, the sand following her commands to rise. After it was high enough to be a fort, she turned her palms over and into fists, pulling her arms closer to her body. The sand had then hardened enough to hold some weight. She repeated her first stance and motions to raise the sand bellow so she could be just bellow the top of her newly formed rock. Toph then held the bottom of her hands together, fingers outstretched and arms to one side. As she pushed her hands forwards she blew out a big, wide area for sitting. Toph hopped into the newly made fort and broke up the floor so that a layer of sand remained. 

When she had finished her fort she looked out of the door and, again repeated her bending motions to form a ramp from Teo’s chair to the forts entrance. “Is this what you had in mind!?” She shouted from the top, it wasn’t the most elaborate of forts, but Toph had been inexperienced with the subject, never having made one before.

Teo watched the whole process in awe and wasted no time wheeling his chair up the ramp. “This is sick, Toph!” The boy joined the earthbender inside the fort. “Did you invent sandbending like you invented metalbending?”

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"Oh yeah." She gave a half-hearted chuckle, their first attack on the Fire Nation hadn’t gone so well, and the topic was a bit sour. "Well okay then, follow me!"

Toph led the makeshift airbender to the beach and turned around. “Be sure not to get to close to the water, I guess there’s some monster called an Inugi, Imagi, Unigi…….I can’t really remember, but I guess it’s known to eat people.” She shrugged, that had been the story that Sokka gave her, Toph just thought it was far to pass the warning along. “Now watch this!” She hunched over into her basic stance and then flung her arms into the air in front of her, making forms in the sand. When she was done, a sand village could be made out,the layout similar to that on Kyoshi Island. “So, what do you think? Any requests?”

(For some reason it never lets me reblog the whole thing >.< sorry)

(when you reblog something, it’ll say reblog link. click the gray “as…” button and click “text”)

Teo froze when Toph spoke of the sea monster; he made sure to keep his distance from the tides. He turned his attention to her and his eyes widened as perfectly sculpted houses, shops, and hills emerged from the sand. “Woooah! That’s amazing!” It wasn’t easy for Teo to maneuver his chair through the sand so he pretty much observed from where he sat. But he wished he could circle the sand village to get a better look at the details. “Hmmmm…” his mind wandered when she mentioned requests, “Could you make something big enough for us to sit in? Like a sand fort or something?” 

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Toph rubbed the back of her head, “But don’t you have to go see your dad?” She always loved to show off her moves, but she didn’t want Teo to get into trouble.

Teo smirked, “Nah, I just made up an excuse. My dad won’t be worried at all. He let me go all the way to the Western Air Temple with you guys while he was sent off the prison, remember?” He was glad he could almost laugh about the subject now. ” ‘Sides, he’s probably been up since dawn buried in his books.”

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Meeting in the Square

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Toph could feel Katara’s giggles bubble up inside her. The tone in the waterbender’s response was enough to know that much. “Yeah well, I think I’ll let you guys catch up with each other. I’m going to go work on my earth bending.” Toph made her way past Katara and out the door, she then tip toed next to the house until she was under the window so she could ease drop. The blind girl had no urge to practice earthbending at the moment.

(crappy i know, rushed true, please forgive me!)

“Oh shoot,” he exclaimed when an idea finally promised an escape. “My dad’s probably pissed that I stayed here so late in the morning and I barely helped him to unpack yesterday.” Teo started to prop himself onto the couch with his arms, and finally into his chair. “Lemme go check with him and I’ll uh talk to you guys later…”

Without another moment’s hesitation, Teo wheeled his chair out the door and into the sunlight. A familiar figure making a hasty escape caught his eye. Her back was turned. “Toph? You’re still here?”

Toph had gotten tired of ease dropping on the conversation and when Teo said he was leaving, she didn’t really want to get caught under the window. Unfortunately for her, Teo caught her anyway. “Uh yeah, funny story really. Ya see I don’t really have anywhere to go so I figured I would listen to the conversation, but uh, it got really boring so I was just leaving to go practice my sand bending.” She smiled a nervous grin. Not only had she made a big scene in the house, but she was the reason Teo’s dad could possibly be mad at him, how uncool could she get today?

(I am sooooooo out of practice DX)

(same lol)

"Oh," Teo chuckled, "I don’t have anywhere to go either. I just had to get out of there - too awkward…..But uh, can I watch you sandbend? I’ve never heard of that before." His eyes twinkled with curiosity.

Meeting in the Square

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Toph could feel Katara’s giggles bubble up inside her. The tone in the waterbender’s response was enough to know that much. “Yeah well, I think I’ll let you guys catch up with each other. I’m going to go work on my earth bending.” Toph made her way past Katara and out the door, she then tip toed next to the house until she was under the window so she could ease drop. The blind girl had no urge to practice earthbending at the moment.

(crappy i know, rushed true, please forgive me!)

Jet obviously sensed that something was up and he wouldn’t stop interrogating Teo once Toph was gone. The boy could feel his cheeks growing hotter as he tried to shift the conversation away from that subject.

“Oh shoot,” he exclaimed when an idea finally promised an escape. “My dad’s probably pissed that I stayed here so late in the morning and I barely helped him to unpack yesterday.” Teo started to prop himself onto the couch with his arms, and finally into his chair. “Lemme go check with him and I’ll uh talk to you guys later…”

Without another moment’s hesitation, Teo wheeled his chair out the door and into the sunlight. A familiar figure making a hasty escape caught his eye. Her back was turned. “Toph? You’re still here?”

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blindbutcanstillsee replied to your post: ooc

i think you should just walk out of that room and we can continue the digression alone. :( I’m tired of waiting for them. What do you think?

»>how could i possibly say no to teoph? :D lol sure and everyone else can jump in if they happen to log in i guess

If they promise to stay put for once.;)

I’ll continue the same scene for the time being but should we figure out how to get the plot going again?
blindbutcanstillsee replied to your post: ooc

i think you should just walk out of that room and we can continue the digression alone. :( I’m tired of waiting for them. What do you think?

»>how could i possibly say no to teoph? :D lol sure and everyone else can jump in if they happen to log in i guess

Meeting in the Square

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Katara gave Toph a look she knew the girl couldn’t see and stepped more into the room. 

“Hi, Toph. Nice to see you too.” Katara stretched, not even registering that she should be questioning why Jet and Teo were there. She was too tired to wonder, or even care. Although, Toph’s body language was guarded and…weird. Toph never stood like that…unless she was hiding something.

Katara decided to let it wait until later. It had been a LONG day and an argument with the stubborn and bull-headed earth bender would do no good.

“What’s everybody up to?”

“Oh.” Katara tried to hide her smirk. “Oooooh.” She coughed, trying to hide her laughter. Toph’s eyes narrowed as she looked at Katara, but Katara completely ignored her. 

“It’s good to see you again too, Teo. How have you been?”

Teo smiled at Katara’s infectious grin, yet still blushing from Toph’s reaction a few seconds prior. “Pretty good. My dad ‘n I have been traveling a lot and when I heard you guys were here I figured we’d stop by. Feels like it’s been ages since I’ve seen you all.”

(omg, sorry guys I’ve had a lot of stuff going on and Toph didn’t fit….not that she does right now…:p)

Toph could feel Katara’s giggles bubble up inside her. The tone in the waterbender’s response was enough to know that much. “Yeah well, I think I’ll let you guys catch up with each other. I’m going to go work on my earth bending.” Toph made her way past Katara and out the door, she then tip toed next to the house until she was under the window so she could ease drop. The blind girl had no urge to practice earthbending at the moment.

(crappy i know, rushed true, please forgive me!)

(oh hey :D )

Teo watched Toph go, opening his mouth in protest but nothing came out. He knew she couldn’t bear the embarrassment that would’ve come if she were to stay. He remained silent and sighed, feigning apathy and looking to Katara once more to change the subject. “So what’s went down since the war ended? Anything interesting?” he asked casually.