Jushin Jeo Lang
A few months earlier...
"Jushin, I need to speak with you please." One of the Generals of the Fire Nation spoke in a serious tone. Jushin was doing homework but guessed that he could stop for now. When the general walked away, Jushin immediately got up and followed him. They walked through the hallways and into the dining hall, where everyone was sitting. His eyes scanned everyone, their eyes burning a piercing hole in him. 'What did I do this time?' He thought to himself, walking behind the General, who walked up on the stage then waved for Jushin to follow him up there. "Ladies and Gentleman, Boys and Girls, I pronounce to you, the new Avatar..." He waved his hands dismissively towards Jushin, who had done passed out from the news. He never knew that he would be the Avatar. Was that the special glow that his father always talked about? Was that why he had to train day and night? Everyone was shaking Jushin, trying to revive him but he came to on his own. His eyes slowly opened up wide, his mouth dry from being passed out for so long. "Give him some space please.." The Generals commanded as someone brought him some water. "Thank you." Jushin said while taking a big sip from the cup of water.
Jushin got up off the floor, still not believing that he is the new Avatar, especially with the rising forces of the Chi Blockers. He walked to his room and closed the door, locking it as he didn't want to be bothered. Jushin walked over to his window, looking up at the stars, hoping that it all was dream, that he'll wake up from by pinching himself. "Ouch." He whispered lightly, after pinching himself then sat in the ledge of the window with a huff, his knees buried into his chest and his head against the wall.
"Jushin! Jushin! Jushin!" His master called out, Jushin mind was somewhere else right now and he really wasn't focusing on learning Firebending today. "Jushin!" A fireball was coming his way. That was when he came back to reality, side-stepping the fireball as he then focused on his inner chi and unleashed a fireball towards his Master, who side step as well. "I was trying to get your attention. Are you okay?" Jushin shook his head, sitting down on the ground as he folded his arms over his chest. "I don't want to be the Avatar." He pouted like a little kid as his Master sighed and stood beside him, speaking in a low and serious tone. "There have been great ones before you, my child. You have a legacy to fulfill." Jushin looked to the side, knowing that his Master was right. He got up off his ass, dusting it off with his hand as he smiled towards his Master. "Thank you." His Master nodded then spoke again. "You are welcome." Jushin walked away from his lesson and back to his room, but before he entered a messenger came running down the hallway. "Jushin! Jushin! I have a message for you. Now, with you being the Avatar and all, you have to learn all elements, even chi blocking and weaponry. Don't worry, we called some of the best, that we have seen." The messenger smiled then walked away, shouting. "Oh! Might want to get ready, cause they will be here shortly!" Jushin sighed and walked right into his room, looking around as he grabbed a bag out of his closet and a few clothes. 'What an adventure this should be.' He thought to himself while looking at a picture of his mother and father, tears coming into his eyes but not streaming down. With a slight huff, he patiently waited for his "Masters" to show up.