My name is Tenzin. I am a father of four and married to my darling wife Pema. It is my desire to preserve the air nomad culture that I inherited from my father, Avatar Aang with whom I trained extensively. He has taught me everything he knew but has long since passed and reincarnated into the next avatar, Avatar Korra. She is very different from the avatar I knew as a child, but I have always had faith in her as her airbending teacher, spiritual advisor, councilor, and friend. She has taken great strides to fulfill her duty as the avatar and has pulled off some remarkable acts in the name of peace and balance, but there’s more ahead of her, and I know she will do even greater things along life’s journey.
Lin Beifong is my hero.
M!A Status: Tenzin's a lady until the mun goes to bed
Independent Tenzin RP/ask blog. Willing to roleplay with anyone. Tenzin is 51 but will roleplay any age. I do not do smut but will get a little romantic with Pema and possibly Lin, depending the circumstance.
Iroh pursed his lips for a moment in thought at the idea; having children meant finding a wife, which meant finding someone of the right age and temperament. ”In the future,” he said, though he broke into a smile at remembering his old commander’s advice. ”My previous colonel had some good advice on it, I think.”
Tenzin nodded at the reply. That wasn’t a bad decision, and he himself was proof that it could work, putting it off for the future at Iroh’s age, though it wasn’t what the old airbender originally intended. “Really? What’s that?” Curiosity prompted him to ask. Not that Tenzin could use the advice now. He was well invested in a family now.
Please like/reblog if you’re fine with abusive, kidnapping, torturous plots. I need some people to para with so yeah. Thanks.
Iroh nodded, giving a thankful smile for the older man’s approval before glancing down at the placid infant. ”Don’t sell yourself short either; even if we had our differences when you were on the council, you’ve made Air Temple Island a great place, and have been a great father,” he said, referencing a past disagreement between him and the airbender as to dealing with the Equalists; Iroh wanted to escalate the conflict while they still had superior strength, rather than try to avoid it altogether.
He looked at the small figure in his arms and felt at peace. “Thank you.” None of the stresses of the past mattered to him now. It was all water under the bridge. “We both wanted what was best for the city, and that’s what mattered. The rest was… just part of the job.
"What about you, Prince of the Firenation? Do you see any children in your future?"
littlehealersenna said: *looks in ikki tag* I’m not exactly disappointed considering I’ve seen that anime :P
I do not know of this anime that you speak of. My daughter’s too good not to have a tag of her own!