Sometimes solutions arent so simple .
As carnage littered the dirt-strewed ground, she tried her hardest to resurrect his pale, fading body inside the metal fortress. Drawing out more water from her pouch fastened to her waist, she covered her hands with it and aimed again to heal his chest, trying to regularize his faint, uneven beating.
Tears started to well up in her eyes, flooding over and splashing onto his chest. She leaned down and caressed his face. Zu-Zuko, she stuttered, coughing as a lump appeared in her throat. P-please, dont leave me, she commanded, still sobbing as the glow of the water started to fade.
The invasion had ended, the eclipse a mere memory due to the gray, smoky sky. The sun, a golden ray, was peering over the edge of the nearby ocean water, teetering out of sight quickly. Swords, anvils, spears, and huge chunks of rock were scattered everywhere near the royal palace. The courtyard had been reduced to ashy mould