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Zuki Prompt Post
Credit to yukinoomoni for the meme rules:

I need to decompress a little after pumping out my Mini-Bang fic. So it's time for a fanfic meme...


* Each person can have one-three prompts. I may only pick one out of three given, or do all three. It depends on how they strike me.
* The prompts can range from one word to a whole situation.
* It has to be Suki/Zuko related. What's the point otherwise? Time, place, or situation is all up to you.
* Pretty much anything goes, but if it doesn't, I'll let you know and you can prompt something else.

This post will have five slots, with 3/5 filled. Each prompt will be written in the comments. Once the post is finished, there will be a complete list of each filled prompt in an upcoming post.

Go nuts. 
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Suki finally gets even with Zuko for burning down Kyoshi, and wins. [1/1]

Blame the flower.

Full Moon Bay is a drab, dreary waypoint filled with unwashed refugees. There is little aside from the salt breeze to brighten up Suki's days. So when she's standing on a rampart scanning the boarding lines for any trouble, it's only natural a bright pink blossom will catch her eye.

Even as Suki is still admiring the beautiful flower, the old man turns to talk with the person standing behind him in line, a young man Suki's age...

...with a garish burn scar painted across the left side of his face.

* * *

"Tickets and passports please."

Prince Zuko's topknot is gone but that face... Suki could never forget the man who burned her village. He doesn't recognize her, she can tell. That's half the reason Kyoshi Warriors wear all-concealing war paint.

"Is there a problem?" he asks warily.

The people around them in the boarding queues are slowing, trying to eavesdrop while looking inconspicuous.

"Yeah," she growls, using her anger to give them all a good show, "I've seen your type before. Aren't you a little far from home, goldie?"

A handful of the passers-by glare at her for using that word, others smile slightly and nod encouragement. Most just keep walking, not wanting trouble from a guard obviously picking a fight with some half-Earth, half-Fire boy who had the poor misfortune to be born with the wrong color eyes.

Prince Zuko glares back. With a bitterness she doesn't expect, he says to her, "I don't have a home anymore."

The old man with the flower puts his hand on the prince's shoulder. His eyes are gold too. A bodyguard, maybe? "I'm sure my nephew will be willing to help you any way he can, miss."

Suki's eyes bug out at the word 'nephew'. To cover herself, she quickly rattles off, "A-another goldie, huh? I'll need to see your papers too. Let's go. You're holding up the line."

* * *

There are holding rooms carved into the mountainside that houses Full Moon Bay, cells with iron bars laced in the floor and walls to keep earthbenders from running. Suki's thrown drunks, thieves, brawlers, and opium addicts into the cells before. Never any firebenders.

Zuko, whose passport lists his name as 'Lee', objects loudly when Suki tells her supervisor that she took them into custody for pick-pocketing. He still ends up alone in a cell.

She needs to call the army in to take custody of the prisoners. But first...

* * *

While her girls guard the hallway so they have privacy, Suki's second-in-command follows her into the cell. Prince Zuko glares at the armed newcomer. "One of your friends?" he spits.

"She's here to make sure you don't do something stupid before you earn your way out of jail."

The offer gives him a moment's pause. More sedate, he says, "I don't have any money."

"I'm not interested in money." The Fire prince stares back at her, not comprehending, as she removes her belt. "I'll let you and your uncle go, if you make it worth my while."

His eyes go wide as her trousers pool on the floor. Suki shivers at the rush of cold air against her bare inner thighs, and at the thought of a lofty Fire Nation prince submitting to a warrior peasant like her. Meanwhile, blood rushes to his cheeks. The unexpectedness of that causes her and her second to share a smile.

Well, he wasn't foaming at the mouth. That was an improvement over her ex-boyfriend.

Suki adds, "You can still make the evening ferry, goldie. Understand?"

Averting his eyes, Prince Zuko climbs down onto his knees.

Revenge feels fantastic.

Re: Suki finally gets even with Zuko for burning down Kyoshi, and wins. [1/1]

Wooooow. Oh Suki, you opportunist =D

Re: Suki finally gets even with Zuko for burning down Kyoshi, and wins. [1/1]

I'm actually surprised that Zuko know what she wanted him to do.

Re: Suki finally gets even with Zuko for burning down Kyoshi, and wins. [1/1]

Well, he has spent the last three years living among sailors.

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