rise like the phoenix, and give them hell: thepolarbeardog: Naga let out a growl. She remembered when Korra had...
Naga let out a growl. She remembered when Korra had come home smelling like rotten fish and tears. It was a smell so sickening that Naga had wanted to dig a hole and burry the stench. But Korra had been hurting, and Naga would always be there for comfort.
Naga didn’t blame…
Naga nipped her friends hand playfully, knowing fullwell what she was thinking about. The bad smell, the tears, the dreams, the panic. It was a man. Not just any man; THE man. Naga huffed. Korra was always so free around Naga, like she just new the polar bear dog wouldn’t hurt a fly. But Naga was only like that to Korra. In reality, Naga was just like any other Polar Bear Dog running around on sheer instinct. The only difference being Naga’s knowledge capasity. Naga had many violent thoughts concerning the people around Korra, the children, man, and his mate who bended air, the fire bender, the earth bender. The thoughts would never be directed at them, of course, unless they went against her Korra, but anyone who opposed the few people who were her family were bound to get a good bite. Naga knew, as long as she was with her Korra, she’d meet the man responsible for her friends angst, and she would be ready and waiting to eat a piece of his flesh. She was, after all, an animal.
Naga hummed for Korra and leaned against her. The man was bothering her, and Naga didn’t like it. She was going to have to take care of him herself, to let her friend rest a little. Everyone was coming at her from all sides, and Naga was, as the term put it, her ‘guard dog’, after all.