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Article by wordbender posted پہلے زیادہ سے سال ایک
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Princess Yue (version by megoomba) adopts wordbender as moonbunny
I saw my sister,
Katara, سے طرف کی the river,
Aglow in a sliver
Of cold moonlight,
With no clouds in sight;
The water at her beck and call,
Obeying her every gesture,
Her silent commands to rise and fall
Moulded سے طرف کی her gentle pressure….

I saw my lover,
Princess Yue, wrapped in glowing silver;
Entombed سے طرف کی the moon’s cold light,
Reflected in that river;
Yet no unbroken image lay
To soothe my eyes یا gently stay
The choppy water, glistening
In a multitude of highlights, shifting
Like a shattered mirror drifting by:
A million tears of light did cry….

No bending of that cold water
سے طرف کی highly-trained martial master,
Nor silent plea of moon princess,
Immortalized in emptiness,
Could restore what seemed lost forever,
یا ransom the cost of being together…..

But as Katara looked up at the moon
To meet Yue’s gaze simultaneously,
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Guide by bobos posted پہلے زیادہ سے سال ایک
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Sokka learned to be flexible. He may be closed-minded at first, but that was because he wanted to protect himself and those he loved. Not long after he started traveling with the Avatar, Sokka began to change, even to the extend that he humbly apologized to Suki.[23] As the series progressed, he became مزید optimistic. He liked to keep smiles on his friends' faces using his wit, sarcastic humor, and مجموعی طور پر eccentricity. Sokka was an underdog. He was constantly the one who got beaten upon.[24] Most of his plans failed miserably;[25] however, he bravely kept fighting.

From the very start, Sokka was willing to die defending his tribe, even though he never stood the smallest chance.[2] Despite his obvious cleverness, Sokka sometimes acted very silly, if not outright stupid. He occasionally created ridiculous plans that were nearly impossible to carry out. He was also a general victim of slapstick, often being sent flying یا getting struck سے طرف کی things. Aunt Wu even stated, "Your future is full of struggle and anguish. Most of it, self-inflicted". When Sokka protested that she didn't even read his palm, she remarked "I don't need to. It's written all over your...
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Opinion by bobos posted پہلے زیادہ سے سال ایک
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Sokka was clearly very loyal to his friends, family, and allies. Many times over he had helped them when he could and when he was needed.[6] However, Sokka also seemed to realize the importance —and sometimes necessity— of one having to fight their own battles. When Master Piandao attacked Sokka, Aang, Katara, and Toph rushed in to help Sokka, but he told his دوستوں to stay back as it was his battle to fight alone. He had to prove himself as a swordsman, although it turned out Piandao simply attacked his pupil just to test him.[5] Later, he held a similar view during Aang's battle with Ozai when Sozin's Comet arrived. When Suki suggested she, Toph, and Sokka should help Aang, Sokka pointed out that "the آگ کے, آگ Lord is Aang's fight." He understood it was Aang's destiny to face Ozai alone, while he, Suki, and Toph focused their energies on stopping the آگ کے, آگ Nation airship fleet.[10]

Sokka was the critical thinker of Team Avatar and was the one who devised the group's agenda.
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Guide by bobos posted پہلے زیادہ سے سال ایک
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At first, Sokka was skeptical and abrasive, "sexist" and "immature," according to Katara.[1] He was always sharp-witted. Detached from Katara's and Aang's pursuit of the bending arts, he openly expressed his 'Bender Envy'.[5][12] Sokka thought bending was what got the world in trouble in the first place, so he believes only the skill and strength of ordinary men like himself could ultimately defeat the آگ کے, آگ Nation.[13] Not having bending abilities himself, Sokka instead preferred the ways of the warrior and the scientist.[14][15] He took his responsibility as protector very seriously.[2] Initially, he didn't seem to believe in the bending arts, calling Katara's bending "magic water."[1] The appearance of the Avatar seemed to change his mind. However, he never seemed to fully accept the fact that as the Avatar, Aang must learn Firebending.[16] He is the least eager for Aang to start learning Firebending under Jeong Jeong. Later on, when Aang accidentally burned Katara, Sokka threw him to the ground and yelled how he knew that Aang learning Firebending was a mistake.[17] This antagonism toward Firebending seemed to persist. Later, he referred to Zuko's training of Aang as,...
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Article by hitsugaya07 posted پہلے زیادہ سے سال ایک
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Sokka is a teenage Water Tribe warrior. Raised سے طرف کی 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 other men to fight the آگ کے, آگ 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 is skeptical that only 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. 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. سے طرف کی the end of the series, Sokka becomes a master swordsman, becomes a great a warrior like his father, and falls for a Kyoshi Warrior named Suki
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