Sokka was a Water Tribe warrior of the Southern Water Tribe and the son of Chief Hakoda and Kya.
One family of Southern descent in particular became infamous as leaders of the Fifth Nation, an ethnically mixed people of corsairs that roamed the seas for generations. The Southern Water Tribe eventually disowned the entire family tree of Tagaka, head of Fifth Nation at the time.
There are three tribes: the Northern Water Tribe, centered in the North Pole; the Southern Water Tribe, centered in the South Pole; and the Foggy Swamp Tribe, located in the Earth Kingdom’s Foggy Swamp. Both the Northern and Southern Water Tribes are chiefdoms led by a tribal chief.
It was stated that at some point in time, a portion of people left and started a new life in the South Pole (probably because of the weird societal rules the NP had). That’s why it’s so much smaller and that’s why the Moon and Ocean spirits were at the North Pole instead.
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.
MAI. Mai is Zuko’s most consistent romantic interest. One of Azula’s only friends, she accompanies Azula on her hunt for Zuko and Iroh. She eventually helps bring down the Earth Kingdom and, when Zuko is given the credit for Aang’s defeat, is able to fully enter a relationship with the restored prince.
The water tribe originally descended from a lion turtle that was in a tropical area. That is why they are dark. They must have lived close and used the portal to travel prior to the first harmonic convergence we see. They did not realize that avatar Juan was going to close the portal.
Hope I made you proud. Bumi is Avatar Aang and Katara’s first child and eldest son, as well as the only one to be born a nonbender among the couple’s three children; he later developed airbending abilities after the Harmonic Convergence of 171 AG.
Being frozen in an iceberg for 100 years while in the Avatar State drained much of Aang’s life energy. Ultimately, it resulted in Aang dying at the relatively young biological age of 66 since he was in the ice for 100 years, in 153 AG.
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.
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.
Earth bending alone is a very powerful element. Look what one Earth bender alone can manage to move. With the earth element having multiple variations such as metal bending, which is very useful when you’re in a building with metal structures or escaping as Toph did in TLA, and you have lava bending.
Katara, born and raised in the Southern Water Tribe by her grandmother, Kanna, alongside her older brother Sokka, and is the daughter of Chief Hakoda and Kya. During her childhood, Katara was the last native of the South Pole still living there who was capable of waterbending.
Korra is not biologically related to Tenzin. Korra’s father is Tonraq, who was part of the ruling family of the Northern Water Tribe. Tenzin is the son of Avatar Aang and Katara. Aang was an Air Nomad, so he has no relation to Korra, and Katara does not seem to have any familial relationship to Senna.
So when Yue left this world, her father would have had to pass the chieftanship to one of his nephews or something, one of Yue’s cousins. This man would have been Tonraq’s father, Korra’s grandfather, which makes Yue and Korra first cousins twice removed. Korra is a distant cousin OF THE MOON.