What a waste! I don't even want to learn how to use this thing because I hate this place! As soon as this thing lands we're getting off. We'll go somewhere where we'll never have to fill out another form again-- doesn't that guy know what empathy is?! [ He's looking at the screen with nothing but contempt, letting his anger, guilt, and frustration cloud his judgment. It probably didn't hurt that he didn't want to follow the instructions right now either. Momo pokes his head into the shot, tilting it curiously.
Sighing Aang weakly attempts sorting out his thoughts. ]
Since the last thing I can remember is being with you guys, that must mean everyone's gone... [ It's difficult to say outloud. ] I guess the Avatar State could have saved us, but I doubt I'd forget that now. [ Aang doesn't even know why's bothering with trying to rationalize this, or get his hopes up. This is the worst thing that could have happened. ]
It's like everything we did was for nothing! I mastered the elements and I did everything Roku told me to! I even had a lesson from a Lion Turtle. How can everything turn out like this now? [ Assuming no one else is in the hangar, Aang has no problem with raising his voice. ]
I guess it's a good thing my Chakra is blocked, otherwise I'd be in the Avatar State right now! [ He almost wishes he was. ] I can't eveb ask my past lives for advice, they'd be just as lost as I am.
[ He sighs hopelessly. ] What are we going to do?
[ Aang lowers his head on the bison's fur, trying not to cry. Truth be told he doesn't think he has any more tears to cry. Appa sinks to the ground, laying down, huffing in an equally as hopeless way.
When Momo takes the communicator Aang speaks loudly from inside of the fur. ] Just throw it away, Momo.