Did Sokka marry Zuko?

Sokka is one of the few members in Team Avatar to seemingly have no children, so it’s unclear if he ever was (or stayed) romantic with anyone. The series never mentions if he was married or even if he had children, though if he did, fans probably would’ve heard some sort of mention from Tenzin about his cousins.

Who did Sokka marry in Avatar The Last Airbender?

Sokka and Suki soon develop a romantic bond and later in the series they become a couple. After arriving in the Earth Kingdom, Sokka and the group discover a secret underground library.

Who does Sokka really love?

Sokka really loved Yue, and also got a kiss from her just like Suki, in her spirit form before disappearing in book 1.

Are Sokka and Zuko the same age?

Both Aang and Toph are 12 during the series, Katara is 14, and Sokka is the oldest at a mere 15. Zuko is 16, and even menacing characters like Azula are only 14 years old.

Who does Suki marry?

“When Suki and Sokka got married they had a little boy called Hakoda.

Who is the voice of Zuko in Avatar The Last Airbender?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. Prince Zuko (祖寇, Zǔ Kòu) is a fictional character in Nickelodeon’s animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, the character is voiced by Dante Basco and is portrayed by Dev Patel in M. Night Shyamalan’s 2010 film The Last Airbender.

How old is Zuko when he becomes the Fire Lord?

After Aang defeats Ozai and wins the war, Zuko becomes the new Fire Lord, promising world order and harmony with the aid of the Avatar. In The Promise, following Zuko’s crown ceremony, seventeen-year-old Zuko asks Aang to promise to kill him if he ever becomes like his father.

Why did Zuko leave the Fire Nation to join Aang?

He confronts his father about his cruel treatment and the Fire Nation’s destructive effect on the world, before leaving to join Aang. Although they initially reject him, Aang and his companions grow to accept Zuko as a member of the group after he proves his loyalty to them.