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|Weapon of choice|
Water Tribe Warrior style, Kyoshi Warrior style (basics), Swordsmanship (Jian-fencing)
|Chronological and political information|
Warrior, Tactician, Swordsmaster
None in The Chronicles of Ian
Sokka is a teenage Water Tribe warrior. Raised by his grandmother Kanna along with his younger sister Katara in the Southern Water Tribe, Sokka is the son of Chief Hakoda, who left along with all of the other men in his tribe to fight the Fire Nation. As a result, Sokka was the oldest male in the South Pole. He assumed responsibility for the tribe until his sister discovered an Air Nomad named Aang frozen in a block of ice. When he learns that Aang is the Avatar, he is at first skeptical that a child could really save the world. As he and his sister help Aang on his quest, he begins to believe that Aang really is the only hope for peace in the world.
Despite his inability to bend, Sokka becomes the strategist of the group, constantly trying to prove himself to be a great warrior like his father. Sokka is also the "matter of fact" guy in the group and does not believe in spirit magic, and he calls it "mumbo-jumbo". Originally poor, his leadership skills improve over the series as well. His humor and his ability to organize and plan becomes imperative to the group on their travels. By the end of the series, Sokka becomes a master swordsman and finally becomes a great warrior like his father.
Affiliation with Team Avatar
Sokka is the "idea guy" said by Sokka's Master", the group tells Sokka how much they need him. Without him, they are bored, lost, unable to decide what to do, cannot remember what they need to do, and are being killed by Katara's horrible jokes, to the point where admits, "I guess the jokes don't run in the family", much to her annoyance.. Sokka's leadership skills have evolved in the series. Initially he assumed leadership of the group based on that he was the oldest, that he had some rudimentary warrior training, and that Aang was just a goofy kid. However, his bossy attitude infuriated Katara. His skills were also undermined by his xenophobia, chauvinism and general bullheadedness. However, Sokka is usually willing to admit when he's wrong. This seemed to earn him the respect of several of the people he met and help him grow as a warrior and as a person. It should also be noted that Sokka was occasionally right in his opinions. His immaturity, though, often caused Katara and Aang to ignore him. By Book 2, Sokka seemed to have matured and refers to the group as a team. He also seems to respect the opinions of others. They, in turn, consider his advice more seriously, even coming to rely on it. In "
Sokka comes from the Southern Water Tribe. A warrior-to-be, 17-year-old Sokka is a very physical person. He's protective of his younger sister, Katara, and treasures the boomerang given to him by his father, Hakoda.
When his father left with the other men of the tribe to fight in the war, Sokka was put under his Gran Gran's care and became his tribe's last defense, although there were little kids who were about 7-9 years old who assumed the role of soldiers. He took the task very seriously and even built a number of snow watchtowers around the village. Although Sokka has the spirit of a soldier and the courage to stand up to any enemy, at the beginning of the series he lacked the skills and techniques that would make him a formidable opponent. That wouldn't stop him from trying though, especially if his friends need help.
During his travels with Aang, Sokka betters his skills significantly. By Book 3 of The Chronicles of Ian, he has become a very skilled fighter, leader, and strategic planner, with a sword forged from meteorite.
Appearances by Episode
- Episode 2,
Sokka arrives at the Northern Water Tribe with his sister Katara, and his new friends Aang, and Jet. While his sister and the Avatar practice with their new water bending masters, Sokka passes the time with Jet. But when Jet goes to try at Aang's new master , Sokka has nothing to do. But that all changes once he meets , one of Ian's friends.
- Episode 3, Tales of the Northern Tribe
- Sokka's Relationships
Mother (now passed)
- Gran Gran
Step Maternal Grandfather
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