|Episode cast overview:|
|Zach Tyler||Aang (voice) (as Zach Tyler Eisen)|
|Richard McGonagle||Bato (voice)|
|Jennifer Hale||June / Additional Voices (voice)|
Sometime after, Bato was badly burned by a Fire Nation soldier and brought to the abbey, where the sisters took care of him and nursed him back to health. During their travels, Aang, Katara, and Sokka found Bato’s ship on a beach.
The first known Chieftain of the Southern Water Tribe is Chief Hakoda. Sokka was placed in charge of the tribe in the absence of his father, Hakoda. Sokka was eventually made the official Chieftain of the Southern Water Tribe sometime after the Hundred Year War.
The original creator confirmed that and confirmed the direct locations. The Fire Nation is Japanese, the Earth Kingdom is chinese, the air nomads are tibetan, and the water tribes are inuit.
Aang initially hid the map from him in fear that, if Bato saw it, Katara and Sokka would choose to leave him to go find their father whom they utterly missed. Bato gave the map to Sokka, stating that he knew where to go from there and that he would leave a message at the rendezvous point.
Later, Katara dueled with Pakku, a waterbending master who refused to take her on as his apprentice, due to prejudice toward women in the Northern Water Tribe culture. During this skirmish, the necklace fell from Katara’s neck and onto the icy floor of the sparring circle.
Ronald Marapon dela Rosa (born January 21, 1962), also known as Bato, is a Filipino politician and retired Police General who is currently serving as Senator of the Philippines since 2019.
Dela Rosa was the chief of the Philippine National Police when the nationwide “war on drugs” began soon after Duterte took office in June 2016. He presided over forces that routinely shot and killed alleged drug dealers and users, claiming without proof they resisted arrest.
So, Sokka died sometime between 158 and 170 AG, and the cause of death is believed to be natural, as he would’ve been between 74-86 years old. The lack of concrete information on Sokka’s death is the direct result of his limited role in The Legend of Korra.
He married Pema – a non-bender – and had four children with her from which all were air-benders – Jinora, Ikki, Meelo, Rohan. This guy is puzzling case. You would think that he married Sukki, right?
Appa Likely Died At The Same Time As Aang Since both spent one hundred years frozen in an iceberg, the same condition that led to Aang’s death probably also affected Appa.
Male airbenders occupied the Northern and Southern Air Temples, while females lived in the Eastern and Western Air Temples. So Aang presumably didn’t see them often. Airbenders, although not without permanent temples, were mostly nomadic, traveling the world. Hence, the term ‘Air Nomads’.
Once again acting dutifully to her tribe, Yue sacrificed herself to give back the life that the Moon had given her. This was against Sokka’s wishes, but the young warrior did not stop her in the end. She placed her hands onto the fish, closed her eyes, and died in Sokka’s arms.
Unlike most master airbenders who gain their status later in life, Avatar Aang received his tattoos when he was only twelve following his invention of the air scooter, despite only completing thirty-five tiers.