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Pokey Minch ([personal profile] ceasetoexist) wrote in [community profile] souljammed2016-08-14 12:18 am

The TL;DR CR Meme


It's function rambunction let me show you the rules:

1. Post a top level with your character.
2. Others post with their characters under your top level
3. You go on and on about those two characters CR.
4. Post with your character, get the same.
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Re: Azula // Avatar: The Last Airbender

[personal profile] storyofarebel 2016-08-14 08:58 pm (UTC)(link)
yo babe
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[personal profile] makeadragonwannaretire 2016-08-14 09:28 pm (UTC)(link)
Raven got an easy ticket to holding Azula's attention simply by virtue of her backstory. After all even Azula who has so much trouble with empathy could see things from Raven's point of view...more or less. A girl of royalty expected to do great and terrible things. Mommy issues, hates mirrors all the elements are there.

She was disappointed of course to find that Raven is only rebellious and sort of a punk rather then outright evil. It would be easier to commiserate with another monster, but sure enough Azula had to accept that Raven is still a nicer person then she believes she ever could be. That however has not diminished the connection they share. Raven is the second friend in this town that Azula feels like she can trust and one of maybe four people she would have allowed to see her little recreation of "Azula Fire's home". (The other two being Madoka and Alice)

Unlike Alice however Azula doesn't think that if push came to shove Raven would be able to stop her from doing something terrible. If she gave into her urges and her anger, and just decided to embrace her inner monster she believes that she would end up killing Madoka, seeing Raven turn away from her and possibly being killed by Alice. This is more or less her paranoia and lack of faith in the strength of friendships peaking.

She relates to Raven on a more comfortable level then Alice and Madoka as well. While she thinks of Madoka as a more pure hearted simpleton, and Alice as a cold and calculating warrior born into a delicate looking body, Raven is a middle ground that is less exhausting to deal with on either end of the spectrum.

After saving Azula from being overwhelmed by nightmare magic playing on her worst fears, and returning the favor when Raven had her own nightmare Azula has unwittingly developed an affection for Raven that she writes off as just being possessive over people who are useful to her. But at the end of the day if Raven needs her Azula will always try to be there, even if she's complaining about it every step of the way.