How well do you think he does against her comic version? But since that was AGES ago, absolutely not. Oh, it will be most glorious! Starfire will practice the ancient tamaranean battle tactic of "the charging in", while firing starbolts! She will likely miss repeatedly, but it will be irrelevant as she is far too durable to be harmed by anything air-related!
Then she will suddenly realize that she is a super-alien capable of space flight, and move at mach speeds to catch the small bald child and crush the life out of him! A splendid occasion shall be had by al! The fact that I can picture this being said in character makes me believe that this post is truly noteworthy. Aang was shown do half the stuff Tara was doing. Tara was creating rock monsters to fight for her.
The problem is his airbending can't hurt Starfire, but if he goes Avatar State, he doesn't know what he's doing, so it's hard to say against the animated version. This is debatable to me, because she's nowhere near her comic self, and she's been struck down by lesser objects and people.
White Mage : The only thing he ever does with his air bending is deflect objects. The only time he ever used his air bending that can be considered powerful was when he lifted a rock to create the illusion that Katara was earth-bending. And he didn't even do anything with it, just levitated it a couple inches. Whereas he deflects objects his enemy throws at him. Unless he can deflect starbolts, i don't think he can take this. I counter by saying that it doesn't mean that animated starfire won't be affected by his air bending. It just means he's less likely to use it on her in the same way that someone like Thor would.
White Mage : I've never actually seen Aang use his air for offense. Whenever they come up against Fire Nation, him and Sokka were useless and Katara solo'd with waterbending. Ang weakness here is that he is physically vulnerable. Any EU? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page:. By Smitten in forum OC News. Replies: 4 Last Post: , PM. Replies: 19 Last Post: , AM. Replies: 16 Last Post: , AM. All times are GMT The time now is PM. All rights reserved. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page.
Preview — Reign by May Sage. Darkness almost destroyed the galaxy a thousand years ago. A captive at the mercy of the Warlord of their multi-world kingdom, Nalini has learned to hide under a mask, a lie. Then, she meets him. The male who can obliterate the entire Galaxy. Her world ends that day.
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If his destiny is ruling over ruins with her, so be it. Two souls, worlds apart, under different skies. One destiny. Warning: mature content. Strands of Starfire is a space fantasy romance with some explicit scenes. Note that this series will only include standalone books. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Strands of Starfire 1. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Reign , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4.
Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 20, Zeek rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , alpha-hero , scifi-fantasy , uber-alpha-male , chick-fantasy. Two children born several years apart- both discovered early they have something inside them that normal people fear and loathe. They seperately learn to survive.
In time Kai grows to be the fiercest warlord in the galaxy- conquering planets no less. By hiding her true feelings while allowing her powers to be enslaved and used by another warlord. They're destined to be together because Kai without Nalini means utter darkness and destruction to life as we know it. But together they bring b Two children born several years apart- both discovered early they have something inside them that normal people fear and loathe.
But together they bring balance to the force I'm gonna be honest, Reign actually surprised me. Nothing new has held my interest in a long time- been doing mostly re-reads in the romance genre. But yeah I'm totally looking for the next installment. View 1 comment. Jun 05, Ezgi Sezer rated it it was amazing. I would like to thank May Sage for creating this fantasy world where it teaches us to not take anything for granted and to stand up for what we believe in.
Wording and the world-building was so good that I can't wait to read more in this world setting. May 18, MeaganCM marked it as dnf. The writing was fine. It's just not for me right now. Liked it I liked this story. It has its flaws, but the characters really made it for me.
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I do enjoy a good space adventure. I'm not necessarily a sci-fi lover but once I saw this gorgeous cover, I had to read this book. And it was everything. I went in not knowing what to expect at all and now I crave more. May Sage created an intricate and beautiful story with extremely lovable characters, her writing style is unique, so very compelling and she won me over.
Reign started out a little confusing, I had to get used to Sage's writing and of the way she introduces a new chapter but once I got into it, which was about 2 c I'm not necessarily a sci-fi lover but once I saw this gorgeous cover, I had to read this book. Reign started out a little confusing, I had to get used to Sage's writing and of the way she introduces a new chapter but once I got into it, which was about 2 chapters in, I was hooked. She grabbed my attention and I couldn't, wouldn't let go. Sage is a master at her craft, she also has a very singular voice and because of that her story is tattooed on my heart.
Kai and Nalini's story is quite complex and we learn to know both of them at a very young age. We follow their story throughout time and I absolutely loved that. I am not usually a big fan of flashbacks but the way the author wrote about it was so fascinating, I had to know more and it made for a crazy interesting book. Both characters are interesting in their own way, I instantly knew I was going to love them when the author introduced them to us, when Kai was 9, Nalini was born and this is where their story truly begins.
I loved loved loved loved following their journey, seeing them change, becoming less and less innocent, stronger, more powerful, it was incredible to read and it made me feel so deeply connected to them. As I've said, Reign is a very complex story, I wouldn't know how to properly explain it without revealing too much and I'm no May Sage, I couldn't possibly do it justice but give this book a chance. It will rock your world. May's writing is something else, I think this is what will stay with me the most, her writing, it truly is magical.
Kai and Nalini have a special place in a little corner of my heart, as well as all the other characters, I cannot wait to read more about them and get immersed into this world once again. I also loved how invested the author was in the story, in this world she created. You can tell by the cover of this book who is spot on but also because she had made a freaking illustrated glossary with illustrations of each term, character sketches, anecdotes and more.
How fucking awesome is that?! I absolutely adore this idea, and the illustrations at the end of Reign were extraordinary, you get to see what Kai's ship looks like, Sky Kai's wolf , Nalini's ship and with each illustration comes an explanation. I will totally buy that glossary when it comes out. So, if you want to read a great and steamy sci-fi romance with magic, an intricate story with great character development, wolves, an unusual but incredible writing style and two beautiful and seriously funny characters, please give Reign a chance!
Jun 26, Lyndi W. I'd probably rate this as 3. Let me just get this out of the way - Nalini is the female MC and she's a brilliant idiot. Like when it comes to saving the day, she's all aces. When it comes to not assuming somebody is going to end the entire universe, not so much.
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But then things started to come together and by the end, I could look back and see how it did actually make sense. It was again kinda weird. It's one of those books that you enjoy more after it's over and you can consider the entirety of it. It was big and ambitious and spanned decades. It seemed to meander for a while, but it comes together really well there at the end and you understand the path the story took.
I liked it, but I had difficulty getting invested until the second half. By the end, I was hooked. The epilogue wasn't really necessary, though. I knew going in that this was a steamy romance going in. No problem. But here's the thing: this book took it's sweet time establishing the characters. Then the romance hits out of nowhere, the one sex scene is graphic for the sake of shock value, then the real intriguing part of the plot starts to play out as it ends. What a shame.
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This could have really been ama I knew going in that this was a steamy romance going in. This could have really been amazing - instead, it was yawn, what!
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Talk about a missed opportunity! Sep 16, Miscellaneous Allie rated it it was ok. I'm so bored. The good: 1. The world building is actually pretty cool and was really good for scratching my star wars itch. I need more star wars romance in my life. The overarching plot was decently cool and engaging and surprisingly well thought out for a book of this nature. And that's it The bad: 1.