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    They say that in the beginning, Dragons taught the first fire benders how to live a life of flames and burning purpose. They say Agni chose the first Fire Lord because he was a boy with unending passion who became a man with great loyalty. Who better to lead his children than one who loved them absolutely? But times have changed. The Fire Lords stopped listening to him ages ago, and now - Now his real chosen has been spurned, cast out, abandoned.
    The Fire Nation will pay for ignoring him. The Fire Nation will answer for the imbalance it has allowed. The Fire Nation will not ignore him this time -he'll make sure of it.

    (PLEASE NOTE/READ THIS: some of this is written at work, and some of it is written when I should be sleeping, so I likely update things half-finished, sorry. No, I'm not joking, I really am sorry, but doing this feeds my soul. Make sure you check my chapters for consistent updates! Current M.O. is that if I post a new chapter, the previous one is totally finished.)

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