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This page is comprised of Katara's relationships with other characters in the world of Avatar. Katara is a kind, strong-willed, caring person who met many people on her journey around the world.



"Katara, she was my mother, too, but I think Aang might be right."
"Then you didn't love her the way I did!
Sokka and Katara.[1]
Kya, Yon Rha and young Katara

Katara, Yon Rha, and Kya.

Katara's mother, Kya, was an extremely important figure in her life, with her death having a traumatic impact on both Katara and Sokka. Kya was killed during a Fire Nation raid on their village when Katara was young. It was revealed that Kya sacrificed herself to save Katara's life when the Fire Nation came to the Southern Water Tribe, seeking to kill the last waterbender. In a courageous act to save her daughter, who happened to be the said target, Kya lied to the leader of the raid, saying she was the last waterbender.

This event forced Katara to take on a maternal role in her family, which eventually become a crucial part of her personality. Her only inheritance was a necklace first owned by her grandmother,[2] passed down to each generation as a family heirloom. Despite her age at the time of Kya's death, Katara deeply loved her mother and cherished what few memories she had of her. She prized the betrothal necklace given to her by Kya, it being the only material object she had left to remember her.[3] After discovering who killed her mother, Katara tried to avenge her mother's death by killing the soldier who murdered her but ultimately spared him due to an ethical conflict.[1] She later named her only daughter after Kya, in memory of her mother.


"How could you leave us, Dad? I mean, I know we had Gran-Gran and she loved us, but we were just so lost without you ..."
Katara to Hakoda.[4]
Katara and Hakoda

After an emotional confrontation, Hakoda told Katara that she and her brother were his "entire world", and thinking of them caused him heartache every night.

Hakoda was Katara and Sokka's father and a prominent figure in his daughter's life. His departure from the Southern Water Tribe to fight in the Hundred Year War had a profound impact on Katara, who felt abandoned and betrayed by him, in spite of the fact that she knew his reasons for departing. He later consoled his daughter by telling her that his departure had a heavy emotional toll on him as well.[4]

Since their reunion, Hakoda aided Team Avatar several times with preparations for the invasion of the Fire Nation. After becoming wounded during the battle, Katara healed her father and decided to assist him in following the troops to the Royal Palace while the other members continued their search for Ozai.[5] She was clearly distraught at having to leave him behind in the Fire Nation when the Invasion plan failed.[6] The two were reunited once again[7] when Sokka and Zuko traveled to the Boiling Rock Prison to free Hakoda.[8] Although forced to separate soon afterward, when Azula attacked their campsite at the Western Air Temple,[9] they joined once more like a family after their spectacular victory in the War.[10]


"It's been so long since I've had hope. But you've brought it back to life, my little waterbender."
Kanna to Katara.[11]
Katara and Kanna hugging

Katara hugged Kanna before leaving the Southern Water Tribe for the first time.

Kanna was Katara and Sokka's grandmother, whom they had a habit of calling her "Gran Gran". With their mother deceased and their father off fighting in the War,[12] Kanna was the only other relative they had at the time and thus became their caretaker. She raised the two children, and they grew very fond of her.[12][13] Kanna often told her granddaughter stories about the war before the world, including about the Avatar, which gave hope to Katara. It was implied that despite their strong relationship, being left under Kanna's care did not compensate for her father's departure from the tribe to fight in the war.[4] To some degree, Katara grew frustrated over Kanna's cautious and occasionally pessimistic worldview.[12][11]

When Katara and Sokka decided to leave their tribe to help Aang find a waterbending instructor in the North Pole, Kanna found her grandchildren but let them go despite her previous suspicions about Aang, believing that he and her grandchildren gave bring her hope about the war.[11] When Katara later learned that Kanna had run away from the Northern Water Tribe to escape an arranged marriage, the waterbender sympathized with her grandmother's decision, as she also faced the Northern Tribe's prejudices against its female citizens.[2] Following the Hundred Year War, Katara was able reunite with Kanna, and was very happy over the older woman's decision to maintain her traditional house amid the Southern Water Tribe's rapid modernization.[14] In the following time, Kanna remained an important support figure to Katara as she struggled with her homeland's changes.[14][15]


"It is respectful to bow to an old master, but how about a hug for your new grandfather?"
"That's so exciting! You and Gran-Gran must be so happy to have found each other again!"
Pakku and Katara.[16]
Katara and Pakku

Katara and Pakku.

Pakku and Katara did not get off to such a great start when they first met. Due to the Northern Water Tribe patriarchal structure, he refused to teach Katara fighting techniques used in waterbending. After defeating her in a fight, he recognized her potential and her necklace as the betrothal necklace he made for Kanna sixty years earlier. Realizing that his customs had cost him his fiancée, he agreed to teach her.[2] Their relationship improved as Pakku taught Katara, eventually leading to her becoming his best pupil.[17] After a short time of training, he deemed her worthy of the title of waterbending master.[18] When the two parted ways, he gave her an amulet containing water from the Spirit Oasis, which she later used to revive Aang after Azula shot him with lightning when in the Avatar State.[19]

Later, Katara persuaded Sokka to train under a master, saying she would not have mastered waterbending without Pakku's tutoring.[20] According to Iroh, Pakku tended to proudly talk about her. Katara was overjoyed to learn about Pakku's engagement to Kanna[16] and their marriage two years later, although she would have like to have attended their ceremony if they had not eloped. Apart from their strong personal relationship, their professional one remained one of mutual respect, with Pakku asking for Katara's assistance with his new students Siku and Sura in the waterbending school he founded at the South Pole.[14]


"Oh, Sokka, you do have a heart."
Katara to Sokka.[21]
Katara cheers up Sokka

Katara and Sokka.

Sokka was Katara's older brother, with an age difference of one year. The Water Tribe siblings were arguably the most dynamic familial relationship shown in the series, rivaled only by Zuko and Iroh. The opening scene of the series depicted them enjoying a pastime together before entering an argument session with one another.[12] Sokka's sarcastic nature often clashed with Katara's more serious and caring one, leading to disagreements and "sibling spats". They often kept the other in check with attitudes, whether in Sokka's goofiness and pessimism or Katara's temper and optimism. The two frequently teased and annoyed each other throughout their journeys, including jests about the other's love life, even accidentally. It was revealed that Katara had replaced Sokka's image of his mother, which clearly represents how highly Sokka thought of Katara.[22]

"She had so much strength. She stepped up and took on so much responsibility. She helped fill the void that was left by our mom."
Sokka to Toph concerning Katara.[22]

Overall, because of all they had gone through together, Sokka and Katara were close and loved each other very much. They frequently defended and protected each other[21] and worked well together: Her bending prowess accompanied by Sokka's mental creativity and weapons specialty created a powerful duo.[5][23][24] Although she teased Sokka about his role of "being the leader" in the group, she still remained respectful of him. Katara refused to set off on a journey to rescue Aang without her brother's company and did not object to her brother's argument that banishing Aang from their tribe was justifiably an act of protection.[11] In essence, these two siblings, despite their daily trials and tribulations, held each other in high respect.

At the end of the Hundred Year War, the two got into an argument after Sokka caught Katara kissing Aang. Later, Katara snapped at Sokka again, clearly disgusted with his constant references to 'oogies' whenever she and Aang shared a close, romantic moment.[25] Sokka died sometime before 170 AG, and in reference to her brother's passing, Katara greatly encouraged her three children to spend more time with each other while they were still able.[26]

Bumi and Kya[]

Aang, Katara, and their children

A family picture of Aang, Katara, and their three children.

Katara has shown to have a loving and caring relationship with her three children. She revealed to Pema that her first two children, Bumi and Kya, were rambunctious as children, whereas her last-born, Tenzin, was on the serious side.[27]

Katara trained her second child and only daughter, Kya, in waterbending, who became a great waterbender and master healer in her own right.[28] She was supportive of Kya when her daughter revealed her sexual orientation to her.[29] Following Aang's passing, Kya returned to the Southern Water Tribe to tend to her grieving mother.[30]


"Hello, Mother. I can't tell you how happy I am to see you.."
Tenzin to Katara.[27]
Tenzin and Katara hug

Katara and Tenzin.

The two are shown to have a loving relationship that is deep. However, she clearly loves him and his family. Tenzin is particularly sensitive to having his mother bring up childhood memories and of her being mentioned, becoming angry at Korra for "bringing [his] mother into" their dispute.[27]

Katara showed concern about Tenzin's uptight and composed personality, especially toward his older siblings. After the Glacier Spirits Festival, she insisted that Tenzin took his siblings on his vacation to the air temples, telling him he would come to appreciate the time he spent with them when he reached her age.[26]


"Gran-Gran, I've been reading all about your old adventures!"
Jinora to Katara.[27]
Katara and her grandchildren

Katara hugging her grandchildren.

Katara has a loving relationship with her grandchildren Jinora, Ikki, Meelo, and Rohan, who refer to her as Gran-Gran. All of the children, sans an unborn Rohan, were happy and excited to visit their grandmother at the South Pole.

Jinora was especially close to Katara, stating that she had been reading all about Katara's old adventures. She was happy to see them, too, smiling enthusiastically when they were talking to her.[27] When Jinora's spirit was trapped in the Spirit World, leaving her physical body defenseless, Katara felt worried for her granddaughter. After the airbender woke up, she greeted her grandmother with a smile and told her how much she had missed her.[31]

Love interests[]


"The world can't afford to lose you to the Fire Nation. Neither can I."
Katara to Aang.[32]
Aang and Katara kiss

Katara and Aang.

Listening to her grandmother's stories regarding the Avatar, Katara believed that he would one day return to save the world, despite the fact that some had lost hope. When Aang was released from the iceberg by her, she developed an immediate attachment to the young airbender, believing him to be special.[12] She was fascinated by Aang's tattoos and eagerly introduced him to her entire village, including her grandmother Kanna. Katara admired Aang's airbending, claiming that it was "amazing."[12] She insisted that he could teach her waterbending, as she believed he was filled with "much wisdom."[12] Upon learning that she is the last remaining waterbender in the South Pole, Aang offered to take her to the North Pole on Appa so that she could be taught by a waterbending master. The two later went penguin sledding together, something she claimed she had not done since she was "a kid," showing the lighthearted nature of their relationship.[12] After sledding together, they stumbled upon a Fire Navy ship, and Aang encouraged Katara to explore it with him. Once on the ship, she explains that it is likely that Aang has been in the iceberg for around 100 years. She consoles him, saying that there must be a "bright side" to his situation. Aang states, "I did get to meet you" as his response, which she responds to with a warm smile.[12]

After this trip to the Fire Navy ship, Aang and Katara are met apprehensively by Sokka and other members of the Water Tribe, including Kanna. She defends Aang, claiming that the flare signal from the ship was an accident. When Kanna reprimands her for being near the ship in the first place, Aang intervenes and takes responsibility for bringing her onto the ship.[11] When Sokka accuses Aang of being the enemy, she insists that Aang is not malicious because he has brought "fun" to their village.[11] Katara pleads with Kanna not to exile Aang, and ultimately decides to be "banished" alongside him,[11] only hesitating once Sokka speaks up and she is unsure of whether she should stay with her family or leave with Aang. Aang tells her that he does not want to come between her and her family and reassures her that he will return to the Air Nation. When a young girl from the Water Tribe runs to Aang to tell him that he will be missed, Aang states that he will "miss [her] too" before looking to a saddened Katara one last time before departing.[11] When Aang agrees to go with Zuko to protect the village, Katara is seen on the verge of tears after begging him not to go[11] and wastes no time in convincing Sokka to go after Zuko's ship to rescue Aang and rambles about how he is deserving of their help despite Sokka's initial dislike for him.[11] Sokka states that they're going to "save [her] boyfriend," which she attempts to deny before Sokka interrupts her.[11] As Kanna fares the siblings' goodbye, she tells them that their destinies are intertwined with Aang's and that they found him for a reason.[11]

As Katara and Sokka approach Zuko's ship on Appa to save Aang, he is knocked into the water by Zuko. Katara cries out his name, and this ultimately triggers the Avatar State.[11] Upon reaching the ship and witnessing Aang's waterbending, Katara helps support Aang and asks him if he is okay.[11] After they escaped, Katara praised Aang's waterbending and encouraged him to work toward mastering the four elements.

When visiting the Southern Air Temple for the first time, Katara sympathized with Aang, noting that the Fire Nation could have killed the Airbenders, as they were ruthless and had killed her mother. Katara later waterbent snow on the helmet of a Fire Nation soldier, hoping to conceal the Fire Nation's invasion of the Air Temple and ultimately protect Aang from the painful reality that was to come.[33] After discovering the corpse of Monk Gyatso, Aang enters the Avatar State, and Katara attempts to calm him down. Katara tells Aang that she understands how painful the loss of a loved one can be and refers to her deceased mother, Kya, as she offers her support. She also states that she and Sokka are his new family. As Aang leaves the Avatar State, Katara reaches out to hold his hand and pulls him into a hug once he realizes that he is the last airbender.[33]

As the series progressed, Katara grew protective and defensive of Aang. From the first episode on, there are various instances in which Katara can be seen sneering and frowning at Sokka and other characters whenever they make sarcastic, dubious, or negative commentaries relating to Aang.[11][12]

Aang revealed his past history at the Southern Air Temple to her, his reasons for running away, and how he feels responsible for the War.[34] Katara remains the only known person Aang has personally confided all of this information. Being his closest friend, Katara offered Aang emotional support throughout their travels.

Later on, after Aang was thought to be dead, he was revived by Katara, using water from the Spirit Oasis in the Coup of Ba Sing Se. Katara went on to heal and personally care for Aang.[35] Shortly after Aang awoke from his comatose state, he disappeared, and Katara broke down in horror and fear, feeling abandoned yet again, relating the feeling to when her father left. However, she was the first to embrace Aang in a hug when he was found lying on the shores of Crescent Island. Tears of happiness could also be seen streaming down her face.[4]

Aang took an immediate liking to Katara, starting with an instant crush, which gradually developed into stronger and purer feelings of love for the young waterbender as they journeyed together. Katara's feelings for the Avatar were more ambiguous, however, though she did at times show hints of being interested in Aang romantically.[36] During the intermission of The Boy in the Iceberg play performed by the Ember Island Players, Katara confessed to Aang that she was not sure about seeking a romantic relationship with him at that time, saying that she was confused and that there was a war going on.[37] Her actions, however, could be associated with a fear of losing him to Ozai, with her denial of her true feelings for him being a way to spare her the pain of what might come. Despite her inner turmoil at that point, she still had strong faith that he would prevail over Ozai, as expressed in her statement, "Aang won't lose. He's going to come back. He has to."[38]

This ambiguity was finally eliminated after the war, when, outside of the Jasmine Dragon, the two shared a warm embrace and a kiss. Unlike past kisses, which were mostly kisses on the cheek, Katara threw her arms around Aang's neck and initiated a more passionate kiss than they had ever shared before.[10] By doing so, Katara showed that her romantic feelings were entirely mutual, and the two began a long-term romantic relationship.[nb 1]

Katara's love for and protection of Aang remained evident a year later. They continued their relationship and referred to each other as "sweetie". Katara also retaliated angrily and embarrassedly whenever Sokka complained of "oogies", apparently stemming from their constant displays of affection in front of their friends. When Aang was attacked by Zuko's soldiers in Yu Dao, Katara retaliated by launching several attacks until she was restrained by Zuko. When Aang responded by engaging the Avatar State, Katara again successfully pulled him out of it, saying he could not end Zuko that way. Aang later thanked Katara for this act, and the two shared a warm hug.[25]

Aang and Katara's future

Katara envisioning her future with Aang.

As the crisis in Yu Dao reached a boiling point, with Earth King Kuei threatening an all-out war against the Fire Nation,[39] the couple traveled to the colony in an attempt to evacuate its residents from the incoming dual invasion. Following their trip to Ba Sing Se, Katara revealed to Aang that she no longer supported the Harmony Restoration Movement as she thought about their potential future mixed bloodline, much like the current Morishita family. Confused over what that could mean for them specifically, Katara encouraged Aang to isolate himself from the active battle and think about what forced separation of the nations would mean. While Toph and Sokka questioned the Avatar's decision to leave, Katara declared her trust in him to make the right decision.

After Aang returned, he engaged the Avatar State and opened a fissure in the ground, which nearly caused Zuko to plummet below and die. After Aang saved the Fire Lord and got out of the state, Katara rushed over and hugged him. After the crisis ended, she smiled as she watched Aang train the Official Avatar Aang Fan Club to become the new Air Acolytes.[40]

When Team Avatar went to search for Ursa and traveled along on Appa, Sokka remarked that it felt just like the "old times" to him. This caused Aang to say that it was even better than the old times because now he was finally dating Katara, which he had only wished to be doing back then. Katara was visibly touched and pleased by his statement.[41]

Katara, Aang, Toph, and Iroh attended the inauguration of Yu Dao and, as Aang left to meditate so that he would be able to communicate with Yangchen, Katara noticed his absence. Concerned for him, she asked him to come back inside to enjoy himself for the time being, saying that such celebrations were important too.[42] Later, when Katara got trapped underground, Aang was visibly distraught and talked to her, repeatedly making sure that she was still alright and unhurt. When she escaped, Aang hugged her and they shared a passionate kiss.[43]

Katara eventually married Aang, and she later gave birth to the couple's three children: a waterbending daughter named Kya, named after Katara's mother, a nonbender son named Bumi, named after Aang's old friend named King Bumi, and an airbending son named Tenzin. Following Aang's death in 153 AG, Katara continued to love and miss him dearly even several years later.[44]


"Why, Jet? I can't believe I trusted you! You lied to me! You're sick, and I trusted you!"
Katara to Jet.[45]
Katara blushing

Katara and Jet.

When Katara first met Jet, she was entranced by the young freedom fighter, even going so far as to doubt and even criticize her own brother when he said Jet could not be trusted; he was also the first boy Katara kissed.[46] However, after Jet revealed he was willing to hurt innocent people to defeat the Fire Nation, Katara became enraged and used her waterbending to freeze him to a tree. After witnessing Jet's gang flood an occupied Earth Kingdom village, she abandoned her feelings for Jet entirely and left him frozen.[45]

Katara met Jet again in Ba Sing Se, where he offered to help find Appa. Though everyone accepted his help, she was reluctant to do so, leading Toph to tease her about Jet being her ex-boyfriend. When it was revealed that Jet had been brainwashed by the Dai Li, Sokka suggested teasingly that Katara should kiss Jet to revive his memories. Katara was eventually able to set her anger aside after coming to the conclusion that Jet had changed his ways. Knowing that Jet was fatally wounded by Long Feng, Katara was deeply remorseful when the group had to leave Lake Laogai. Jet later succumbed to his wounds.[47]

Months after Jet's death, Katara still felt anger toward him for his past actions; when Aang suggested that her desire for revenge against her mother's killer made her sound like Jet, Katara angrily retorted that it was different as Jet wanted to kill innocent people.[1]


Team Avatar[]

Toph Beifong[]

"That's what I really admire about you, Toph; you're so strong and confident and self-assured. And I know it doesn't matter, but you're really pretty."
Katara to Toph.[48]
Katara comforting Toph

Katara and Toph.

Toph was the young earthbending master that befriended and joined Team Avatar in order to help Aang master earthbending and escape her overprotective parents.[49] Katara was initially excited to have another girl in the group; however, shortly after joining Team Avatar, the two began feuding, with Katara's motherly and teamwork morals and Toph's more cavalier attitude causing heated conflict.[50]

Katara insisted that Toph contribute to the team's routine of setting up camp, to which the earthbender refused. She and Toph continually argued with one another, both fighting each other due to their conflicting yet equally stubborn personalities along with different backgrounds. When Katara berated Toph for scamming local residents for monetary gain, the latter retorted, accusing her of being overbearing and acting motherly.[22][50] However, they respected one another's formidability in bending and later grew to respect their differences. Along the way, they became good friends and enjoyed a day together at a spa during their time in Ba Sing Se.[48] Toph also voiced that Katara was "fun", or at the least, fun to argue with.[22]

Their friendship clearly continued after the Hundred Year War, as Katara was happy to see Toph when she arrived from her metalbending academy to join the team on the journey to Yu Dao. [25]


"But I am ready to forgive you."
Katara to Zuko.[1]
Katara and Zuko hug

After Zuko aided Katara in finding Yon Rha, she forgave him despite their complicated past.

Katara's relationship with Zuko was complicated. They first met when Zuko invaded the Southern Water Tribe village.[11] Their relationship was often antagonistic as Zuko continued his attempts to capture Aang. She grew to hate him when Zuko threatened to hurt her and her brother and tried bribery, using her mother's necklace.[51] Regardless, Katara offered to help Zuko by healing Iroh only to be violently rebuffed.[50] Later, when the two were imprisoned in the Crystal Catacombs, Katara began to trust Zuko after he revealed that he too had lost his mother to the Fire Nation, saying: "I'm sorry. That's something we have in common." She eventually trusted him to the point where she offered to heal his scar. Later, when Zuko betrayed her and the team by joining Azula, Katara was visibly hurt, and her hatred for Zuko only worsened, as she took his betrayal personally.[35]

Consequently, Katara was the most vocal of the group in not allowing Zuko to join them. When Zuko was eventually accepted, Katara confronted him, coldly voicing her distrust of Zuko and his sudden willingness to help Aang, even going so far as to threaten Zuko's life.[9] Even long after the others in the group trusted Zuko, she still remained harsh toward him. Zuko tried to stay out of Katara's way but eventually confronted her when Katara remained unmoved by his sacrifice even after he saved the team from Azula. This led Zuko to try and reconcile with her by offering to help Katara avenge the death of her mother. With the help of a "forgiveness speech" by Aang, their complex relationship was finally thawed out, and Katara forgave Zuko.[1]

Katara and Zuko became good friends and grew to respect one another greatly. When Sozin's Comet arrived, she comforted and personally assured Zuko that Iroh would forgive him. Later, Zuko specifically asked Katara to help him overthrow Azula as she would be a great threat — an offer she gladly accepted.[16] When the two arrived, Azula challenged Zuko to an Agni Kai; but he accepted the challenge, explaining to her that he felt victory was feasible as Azula was noticeably "slipping", referring to her mental state. During the duel, the clever Azula fired a bolt of lightning at Katara, which Zuko intercepted, leaving him critically wounded. This forced her to fight Azula on her own.[38] After disarming the princess, she immediately ran over to heal Zuko and voiced her gratefulness for saving her life, and vice versa.[10]

The two remained friends after the Hundred Year War. Later on, when she retaliated against Zuko's guards for attacking Aang, Zuko restrained her for attacking his people, to the point where she claimed he was hurting her. After this, however, the two again seemed at ease with each other, including Katara suggesting a peaceful end to the debate of Yu Dao with a meeting between him, Aang, and the Earth King.[25]


"No, don't hurt him! He didn't mean it. My brother is just an idiot sometimes."
Katara to Suki.[52]
Suki and Katara

Suki and Katara.

Katara met the leader of the Kyoshi Warriors when Aang traveled to Kyoshi Island to ride the elephant koi. They were later captured and taken to the village where Suki, mistrustful of outsiders, threatened to throw them into the water to feed the unagi. When Sokka voiced disdain that he was defeated by girls, Katara quickly made an apology to Suki before any violence could escalate and told Aang to prove himself to be the Avatar. Katara also voiced her glee to her disgruntled brother the next morning about the fact that "a bunch of girls kicked [his] butt."[52]

Katara accompanied Sokka to Kyoshi Island, where she learned that Suki had left her home to support the war effort.[53] The two met again on the way to Ba Sing Se, where she was taken aback by how drastically different Suki appeared without make-up. When Ying went into labor, Katara asked for Suki's help in the delivery.[54]

After joining Team Avatar for good, Suki and Katara worked together in a search for Aang and were both irritated when they came upon the actress who portrayed him instead.[55]


"Sokka doesn't believe you can fly, but I do, Appa."
Katara encouraging Appa.[11]
Katara pets Appa

Katara and Appa.

From when she first met him, Katara and Appa shared a strong relationship, with the waterbender expressing little doubt of Appa's flying skills, despite Sokka's claims.[12] When Aang was later captured by Zuko, she trusted in Appa's capabilities to fly and help them rescue Aang.[11] Their relationship remained firm, with Appa deeming Katara a kind caretaker, specifically exemplified when he allowed her and Zuko to ride him even with Aang absent.[1] She showed concern for Appa upon learning of his capture by the sandbenders[56] and joy once reunited with him.[47]


"A sweet little guy, just like Momo."
Momo frees Katara

Momo and Katara.

Katara often referred to Momo in the usual manner of a pet owner, calling him cute, or joking about him. However, she sometimes seemed to view Momo as more than a pet. When he fell down after hallucinating on cactus juice, she cradled and carried him away.[56] Momo was Katara's only companion when she was summoned by the Council of Five to plan for the upcoming battle. Afterward, she talked to Momo conversationally, and when they decided to visit the Jasmine Dragon, Katara ordered a "table for two", implying that Momo would get his own seat.[58] Katara also tried being humorous by placing Momo on her head,[22] and at one point, he managed to untie her from a tree to which Zuko had tied her, an action that prompted Katara to promise him a "bushel of apples".[51]


"Haru! It's so good to see you!"
Katara to Haru.[5]
Katara and Haru

Katara and Haru.

Katara first met Haru while he was secretly practicing earthbending outside of his village, which was occupied by Fire Nation forces. Haru was surprised and distrustful of the group at first but soon overcame these feelings and gave them a place to stay for the night. Katara and Haru became fast friends and sympathized with each other's losses in the Hundred Year War, namely Haru's imprisoned father and Katara's deceased mother. After Haru was arrested by the Fire Nation for earthbending, Katara tricked the Fire Nation into arresting her so she could save Haru.

Katara was able to free Haru and his father, Tyro, from prison after she renewed their will to fight for freedom. Together, they freed all the earthbenders from their prison and fled to safety. Katara's actions inspired Haru and his people to free their village of the invaders, which they were successful in doing.[3]

Haru and Katara were happily reunited prior to the Day of Black Sun invasion and fought together during the battle to take over the Fire Nation Capital.[5] The attack failed, and Haru briefly joined the others, venturing to the Western Air Temple.[6]

When Azula attacked the temple, Haru accompanied Katara's father while the rest escaped the temple on Appa.[1] They reunited again during Zuko's coronation.[10]

Haru was also briefly mentioned when Toph joked that he and Katara had previously had a secret thing together after the latter declared she had a surprise for everyone; Katara, however, denied that this was the case.[55]


"Don't worry! Prince Zuko can't be getting too far in this weather."
"I'm not worried they'll get away in the blizzard. I'm worried that they won't.
Yue and Katara.[18]
Katara and Yue unimpressed

Katara and Yue.

Katara briefly interacted with the Northern Water Tribe princess during the Siege of the North, when she aided Aang in seeking help from the Spirits by taking him to the Spirit Oasis. Yue informed Katara about how waterbenders are particularly strong during the night due to the presence of the moon.[17] She accompanied Sokka and Katara in rescuing Aang from Prince Zuko, offering words of comfort to a concerned Katara. When the moon spirit was killed by Admiral Zhao, Katara was there to witness Yue's sacrifice.[18]


"You need to get out of here! I'll hold them off for as long as I can."
Iroh to Katara.[35]
Katara and Iroh

Katara and Iroh.

Iroh was originally one of Katara's enemies, albeit indirectly, as the firebender was aiding his nephew, Prince Zuko, in capturing Aang and restoring his honor in the Fire Nation, actually attacking the Avatar and his friends early in their journey.[11] Katara and Iroh first met when Zuko and his soldiers formed an alliance with a group of pirates by means of capturing Team Avatar, who had stolen a waterbending scroll from the pirates, which resulted in Zuko taking Katara hostage. When Aang and Sokka were captured by the pirates and brought to her, Katara told Aang it was all her fault. He denied it, but Iroh agreed with Katara, which caused Katara to frown at him.[51]

While the Avatar was learning waterbending in the North Pole, the Fire Navy attacked the Northern Water Tribe. Amidst the ensuing battle, Admiral Zhao was able to infiltrate the Spirit Oasis and attempted to slay the Moon Spirit. When Aang was unable to stop him, Iroh unofficially teamed up with the airbender and his friends by intervening and warning Zhao to let the spirit go, as upsetting the natural balance would affect not only the Water Tribe but also the entire world; when the admiral arrogantly refused and murdered the moon spirit, the old man defeated the rest of the Fire Nation soldiers before assisting Princess Yue in her sacrifice.[18]

Some weeks later, a thoroughly sleep-deprived Aang was fighting a three-way duel between Zuko, Princess Azula, and himself; Iroh, along with Katara, Sokka, and Toph, arrived to aid him. When Iroh was distracted upon finding out that Toph was affiliated with the Avatar, Azula seriously injured her uncle. Aang, Katara, Toph, and Zuko unleashed all their bending power at Azula, who deflected it and, with a firebending move, was able to escape. Despite a past of attacks against Aang, Katara bore no real grudge against Iroh, as the latter had merely accompanied Zuko on the exiled prince's attempts to capture the Avatar, nor did Iroh take issue with the waterbender. Regardless, Katara offered to heal Iroh only to be violently rebuffed by Zuko.[50]

Later, when Zuko and Iroh were in Ba Sing Se and had opened the Jasmine Dragon, Katara visited the teashop with Momo, where she discovered her two enemies. Katara did not trust Zuko and Iroh, who had come in peace to live as refugees at Ba Sing Se. Katara immediately rushed to the Earth Kingdom Royal Palace to divulge Zuko and Iroh's identities and presence to the Earth King. Not long after, Azula, who was disguised in the city as a Kyoshi Warrior, captured both Katara and Zuko. Iroh knew that Team Avatar was in Ba Sing Se and sought Aang, Sokka, and Toph to help him save his nephew from captivity, forming a permanent official alliance with Team Avatar and vowing himself not to allow Zuko to hurt or hinder Team Avatar ever again. Aang and Iroh made their way to the Crystal Catacombs and rescued Katara and Zuko from their underground prison.

At the end of the conflict at hand, Azula drew Zuko away from his and Iroh's good side and toward his and her evil side. Together, Zuko and Azula, with the help of the Dai Li, took down Aang and Katara until Aang lay dead in the cornered Katara's arms. Katara was helpless and thought all was lost as she carried her deceased lover's body in her arms. Fully changed from his days as the ruthless Fire Nation general and free from the clutches of Zuko to choose his own destiny, Iroh stepped in on the scene, there for no reason other than to help Katara escape, much to Katara's surprise. He drew the attention of their enemies so that a reassured Katara carried herself and Aang out of the Crystal Catacombs to safety. When Iroh saved her and Aang's lives, he seemed to have befriended Katara at this point.[10]

Katara and Iroh met again when the former and her companions, which now included a much changed Zuko, sought the latter to help them defeat Ozai, as Aang had mysteriously gone missing. Iroh later helped the team to determine how they should assist in Ozai's final defeat when Sozin's Comet arrived. It is clear that he respected all of their abilities, as he did not argue when Katara chose her task to assist Zuko in defeating Azula, only offering encouragement.[16] The two remained friends after the Hundred Year War.

Jiang and her crew[]

"If you ever get tired of fighting beside the Avatar, there's a job as a pirate waiting for you."
Jiang assuring Katara she will always be welcome to join her crew.[59]
Katara and the pirates parting ways

Katara, Jiang, and her crew.

Shortly after Aang began his earthbending training, Katara and the rest of Team Avatar were attacked by Fire Nation troops while flying through the Earth Kingdom on Appa's back. Katara was separated from the others and made her way to a small town where she encountered the pirate leader Jiang who, along with three members of her crew, surrounded her in an alley. Jiang explained that they needed a waterbender to help them in a smuggling mission in exchange for passage downriver, and Katara agreed.

At first, Katara disliked Jiang and her crew for making a living out of illegal activities but remained respectful toward them. When Tu was suspicious of Katara, believing her to be the person who stole a waterbending scroll from Oh, his cousin, but Jiang assured him that she was one of them.

After that, Katara asked Jiang questions about the cargo crates they were smuggling and the Earth Kingdom collaborator uniforms they were wearing. The pirate captain told her not to ask any questions but explained that they needed the uniforms, so the Fire Nation forces they were bound to encounter will believe them to be allies.

When they left the town's docks aboard the Flying Wolfbat, they were cut off by a Fire Army patrol boat that destroyed their vessel. Katara was annoyed that Jiang seemed to value the cargo more than her crew and left them to commandeer the enemy ship, returning to save them afterward. On their way to the village where they were taking the smuggled cargo, Katara saw that they were transporting medicine and lost more respect for the pirates, thinking they were going to make sick people pay for it. She was surprised, however, when they distributed the medicine for free and were given silver lilies in return. The waterbender truly appreciated this and subsequently befriended them.

After Toph, Aang, and Sokka found Katara, Jiang told her that she will always be welcomed to join their crew as they parted ways.[59]


"I think you are going to be a great Avatar."
Katara to Korra.[27]
Katara helping Korra

Katara helped Korra to recover from her encounter with the Red Lotus by offering guidance and wisdom.

After the death of her husband, the Avatar Spirit was reincarnated in Korra, a fellow native of the Southern Water Tribe. Katara was entrusted with the task of teaching the new Avatar waterbending, just like she had once done for Aang, and trained her in the art of healing as well. Katara was also present during Korra's firebending test, noticing her bending prowess. Although the Order of the White Lotus uttered doubts about letting Korra start her airbending training with Tenzin, Katara supported Korra. Later, when Korra was about to escape the Southern Water Tribe compound to go find her own path as the Avatar, Katara found her in the stables with Naga. She understood that Korra had to go, as it was time for her and her generation to take on the responsibility of keeping peace and balance in the world.[27]

Five weeks after the insurrection of the Red Lotus, Korra trusted Katara enough to help her recover both mentally and physically. With progress being slow, Katara was snapped at by a frustrated Avatar, though the elderly waterbender saw it for what it was and helped Korra to overcome her frustration by sharing the memory of Aang's hardship when he had found out his entire culture had been decimated. Katara subsequently assisted Korra in her first few steps. The two waterbenders continued to work with each other, and eventually, Korra was able to recover physically and left the South Pole.[60]


Ty Lee[]

"Why don't you try blocking my chi now, circus freak!"
Katara to Ty Lee.[24]
Ty Lee paralyzes Katara

Katara and Ty Lee.

While they never formally met, Katara first encountered Ty Lee in Omashu when the acrobat accompanied Princess Azula and Mai in a prisoner exchange; the group intended to trade Mai's brother, Tom-Tom, for King Bumi. When Mai called off the deal on Azula's orders, the two groups attacked each other. When Katara tried to disarm Mai, Ty Lee blocked her chi, rendering her waterbending useless. Although Sokka and Appa's intervention saved Katara, Katara became fearful of Ty Lee's ability.[61] She even remarked that she feared Ty Lee the most out of the trio of women.[50]

Katara met Ty Lee in battle on several occasions, including at the Outer Wall of Ba Sing Se. When Ty Lee pursued her and Sokka through the Fire Nation drill's slurry system, Katara bent the liquefied material, trapping Ty Lee and hatefully called her a "circus freak".[24] Later, Ty Lee disabled Katara in Ba Sing Se during the coup d'état, resulting in the latter being captured.[58] The two did not interact for the remainder of the Hundred Year War, nor at Zuko's coronation.

After the Hundred Year War's end, Ty Lee became a member of the Kyoshi Warriors and a trusted ally of Team Avatar, whom the team met again after Zuko released Azula in a bid to find their mother, Ursa. Although they did not interact directly, it seems the previous enmity between the two girls has ended, with neither expressing any discomfort at the other's presence.[41]


Katara encountered Mai for the first time in Omashu, along with Azula and Ty Lee; most of the time, their only interaction was through combat. She initially managed to overpower Mai with her bending until Ty Lee disabled her chi; Mai promptly tried to kill her but was disarmed and blasted off the platform by Sokka and Appa.[61] The two next encountered each other at the Nan Shan River in a duel that pitted the Water Tribe siblings against Mai and Ty Lee. Mai overpowered a sleep-deprived Katara and pinned her to a tree with a sai. Rather than attack her further, Mai remarked that her victory was boring, though the two were defeated by Appa seconds thereafter.[50]

Katara briefly encountered Mai along with Azula and Ty Lee when they were disguised as Kyoshi Warriors in Ba Sing Se.[58] She did not see Mai again until the end of the Hundred Year War at the Jasmine Dragon back in the Earth Kingdom capital, where she watched briefly while Mai and Suki played a game of Pai Sho.[10]



"And you're going down!"
Katara to Azula.[38]
Katara restrains Azula

Katara and Azula.

Katara first battled Azula when she and the rest of the team joined forces with Zuko and Iroh to defeat her in a duel.[50] They briefly met again when Katara was captured after she mistook a disguised Azula for Suki and warned her that Zuko and Iroh were in the city.[58] The two girls fought each other in the underground city of Old Ba Sing Se, where Katara held her ground against the Fire Nation Princess and actually gained the upper hand at one point. Only with Zuko's help was Azula able to defeat Katara.[35]

Eager to defeat Azula, Katara accompanied Zuko on a journey to the Fire Nation Capital during the events of Sozin's Comet; Zuko, however, was wounded while protecting her from his sister's lightning strike during their Agni Kai.[38] Realizing she could not heal Zuko unless she put Azula out of action, Katara tricked the princess, allowing her to freeze Azula near the palace water canals, chain her on the ground and ultimately defeat her.[10]

Katara and Azula met again face-to-face a year after the War's end when Zuko summoned her and the group to the Royal Palace to enlist their aid in finding his mother, Ursa. Katara immediately attacked Azula with her waterbending as the Princess entered the room, though the firebender easily evaded these and remained completely unimpressed by this gesture. When Zuko explained that he agreed to let Azula travel unbound if she helped him find their mother, Katara warned against such a move as Azula was still dangerous, but reluctantly agreed regardless. She remained on high alert around the other girl, and when Azula zapped Sokka for asserting his authority on her, she was quick to intervene and angrily berated the Princess for harming her brother. Azula could not be intimidated, and throughout the course of their journey to Hira'a, the princess repeatedly mocked Katara as a "snow peasant" and an "uneducated co-conspirator" of Ursa, believing the group to have been working with Ursa to destroy her. When Azula endangered Aang, Katara was quick to encase her in ice and berated her once more, much to the princess' initial outrage. Even after Azula saved the group from a mysterious wolf spirit that attacked them with a swarm of moth wasps, Katara still remained highly distrustful of Azula, agreeing to take a shift to keep an eye on the princess while she slept.[41]

It is interesting to note that Katara remains the only member of Team Avatar who has been able to face Azula on equal terms one-on-one when forced to battle and actually defeats her albeit in a weaker state, a fact the Princess angrily acknowledged when ranting against a hallucinated image of her mother. During their journey to Hira'a, Katara found Azula unbearable, begrudging her for recklessly burning a section of the mysterious forest they were in.


"I won't! I won't use bloodbending, and I won't allow you to keep terrorizing this town!"
Katara to Hama.[62]
Hama trains Katara

Katara and Hama.

Upon first meeting her, Katara was quite fond of Hama, even comparing the elderly innkeeper to her own grandmother. Upon learning she was also a waterbender from the Southern Water Tribe, she was both touched by her story and excited to learn the southern traditions. Katara learned various waterbending techniques from Hama but soon discovered Hama's true nature when she tried to teach her bloodbending, a dark technique of waterbending that allows a waterbender to control the fluids in another organism. Katara defied Hama, vowing never to utilize the technique. The two fought a short duel; Katara momentarily gained the upper hand until Sokka and Aang arrived at the scene and became victims of Hama's technique. When she intended to kill Aang by sending Sokka's sword straight at him, Katara realized the only solution was to utilize bloodbending on her. Hama was taken prisoner by Fire Nation villagers, calling an end to her job and congratulating Katara on her new status, leaving the young waterbender in tears.[62] While Katara seemed to be deeply affected by this encounter, she took similar actions when she tracked down her mother's killer with Zuko's help, even using bloodbending to subdue the man whom she thought was the killer.[1]

Long Feng[]

"So the King is just a figurehead."
Katara about Earth King Kuei to Long Feng.[63]
Toph, Katara, and Long Feng

Katara, Toph, and Long Feng.

Katara and Long Feng first met when she and Toph were attempting to sneak into Bosco's party so they could talk to the Earth King. In order to gain entrance into the party, they told Long Feng their parents were waiting for them and that they had lost their invitations. Long Feng permitted them to enter but quickly apprehended Katara and the rest of Team Avatar. Following this, he strictly warned them to no longer interfere with his conspiracy, or else they would be expelled from the city.[63] The team listened to him at first but soon defied his orders by infiltrating his secret headquarters underneath Lake Laogai[47] and later invading the Earth Kingdom Royal Palace, where they informed Kuei of the conspiracy, resulting in Long Feng's arrest.[64]

Yon Rha[]

"That was him ... that was the monster."
Katara about Yon Rha.[1]
Katara stops her attack

Katara and Yon Rha.

Katara first met the Fire Nation soldier, Yon Rha, and his unit, the Southern Raiders, when they attacked her village when she was only eight-years-old. When Katara ran to find her mother, Kya, she was horrified to find that Yon Rha was holding her hostage in their house. Yon Rha demanded that she leave, which she did upon Kya's insistence. Yon Rha demanded that Kya tell him the identity of the last waterbender of the Southern Water Tribe; she lied, claiming her to be the waterbender, in order to protect Katara, and was promptly killed by Yon Rha.

Katara never forgot Yon Rha's face, particularly remembering the hateful look in his eyes. She forever held a deep hatred for Yon Rha and was determined to exact revenge on him for her mother's death. Zuko offered to help her track him down, which she eventually did. She interrogated Yon Rha and forced him to confess that he killed Kya. Katara realized that her mother had died to save her life and nearly killed Yon Rha in a fit of rage. However, she could not bring herself to carry out her action and ultimately spared Yon Rha when she saw how truly pathetic he was. He was willing to sacrifice his own mother in exchange for mercy, causing Katara to despise his cowardice, proving that he was truly not worth killing. She left him cowering and crying in the rain.[1] Despite her actions, Katara swore she would never forgive Yon Rha for his crime.


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