Makorra - Scarf"So where'd you get that scarf, anyway?"
Mako lifted his head wearily, red fabric pooling around his neck again as amber eyes met ocean blue. He could tell she was just trying to change the subject, distract him from the fact that his brother was still out there somewhere, missing and probably terrified.
Never mind that he wouldn't be able to stop thinking about it until Bolin was safe at home, out of the hands of the chi-blockers who'd stolen the last of Mako's family from him.
Spirits, if anything happened to Bolin, innocent, happy-go-lucky Bolin he'd never forgive himself.
"I've had it for a long time," Mako answered Korra's question vaguely, fingers twisting into his scarf, seeking comfort from its familiar material. Just knowing the scarf was there always managed to calm him down, if only for a moment.
"Funny enough I managed to figure that out myself, city boy." Korra's lips curled into a smirk, to which Mako returned the ghost of a smile. "Seriously, where'd you ge
Dates - Makorra and BosamiDates
Mako was trying his damnedest to not pay attention to the perverted leader of the Wolfbats leering at Korra, but he just couldn't. Every few practice punches he threw, he was looking over his shoulder and observing the scene with an obvious glint in his amber irises. Tahno was standing off to the side of the training room with the rest of his group, sending Korra hungry looks as he watched her spar with Bolin, however, she didn't seem to notice, or she was just ignoring him. It was sick, and it was annoying the Firebender to no end for more than one reason than the fact that it was completely inappropriate. He hated that Tahno's mind was racing with such thoughts about his girl or who he considered his girl about Korra.
Though Mako had tried to deny it to himself on several occasions, he felt quite strongly about the Avatar. At first, she had irritated him endlessly, but after they went to rescue him brother together, they began to get along better, and f
Makorra - SelflessnessEverything was so out of control.
Korra'd confessed her feelings towards him after their last match, and he'd shot her down flat without giving himself a chance to really think about the situation. Now he was sure he'd never forget the way her face had fallen, the heartbreak that she'd tried to hide swimming in her ocean eyes not for as long as he lived.
On top of that, Bolin was practically head-over-heels for the girl when she'd already proved she didn't return his affections, at least not to the same degree. The earthbender was just setting himself up for a letdown, and it killed his brother knowing that nothing he said would change Bolin's mind.
And as for Mako well, he wasn't really sure how to feel about everything. He'd gotten out of his fair share of messes before, but never anything like this. So many different thoughts and emotions were spiraling through his mind that it gave him a migraine whenever he tried to unravel them.
There were very few things Mako could