Moana: Crossover Style!
Chapter One: Where You Are
(I do not, nor will I EVER, own The Legend of Korra, The Seven Deadly Sins, or Moana. They all belong to their respective owners.)
Back at the village, there were some men beginning work on making new fields for crops to grow. They rhythmically grunted as they dug into the ground.
Three elderly women patted white patches into a piece of wood to the beat. Two younger women hung a tapestry on the clothing line, two little boys were running around, the younger one trying to chase the older boy, who held a coconut in his hands, one man was carrying two hands of bananas on each side of his shoulders, an older man was carrying six fish tied to a stick, and a woman was carrying a basket when Tonraq began to sing.
Tonraq (singing): "Korra, make way, make way!"
The villages soon cleared a path while Tonraq gently put his daughter down on the ground.
Tonraq (singing and dancing): "Korra, it'