Following the death of his mother and his father's departure for war , Sokka was raised by his grandmother Kanna along with his younger sister Katara. Hakoda left along with all of the other men in his tribe to fight the Fire Nation when Sokka was a young boy. Despite his desire to join his father, Sokka was not permitted to accompany the men on the mission and was left behind. He assumed responsibility for the tribe, haplessly training children to be future warriors until his sister discovered an Air Nomad named Aang frozen in an iceberg. As he and his sister helped Aang on his quest, he began to believe that Aang really was the only hope for peace in the world. Despite his inability to bend , Sokka became the strategist of the group, constantly trying to prove himself to be a great warrior like his father.
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Boomer's Beefcake and Bonding: Avatar: The Last Airbender: Sokka Loves Zuko
Posts Archive. Sokka: A year ago today I married my best friend. Sokka: Zuko and Katara are still mad but Aang and I were drunk and thought it was hilarious. Sokka: Ouch, my armkle. Katara: Your what? Zuko: His wrist. Sokka: You lying, cheating, piece of shit!
incorrect zukka — sokka: *staring pensively out a window* zuko: he’s...
In that case: good for you. For everyone else living frozen in an ice block for the last 15 years, you can now watch the greatest animated show of all time , which recently arrived on Netflix, for the first time. Oh how we eleventh-time viewers envy you.
He learns so much on their journey as they try to find Aang the teachers he needs to learn the bending required of the Avatar. And his love stories are the most touching, and devastating, in the series. Sokka has a silly sense of humor and tries to be cheerful whenever he can, even though he often ends up grumpy because of the dumb circumstances the group continuously ends up in. Sokka and Katara are from a village on an ice floe in the far south of the world.