History Recap / AvatarTheLastAirbenderSokkasMaster

6th Dec '17 7:18:39 PM acrobox
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* BadassGrandpa[=/=]CoolOldGuy: Piandao and Iroh


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* CoolOldGuy: Piandao and Iroh
19th Nov '17 3:23:45 PM BrightLight
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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Aang, Toph and Katara spend the day barefoot and lounging around whilst waiting for Sokka to return.
24th Sep '17 7:00:15 PM Sonofstranger
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* ClarkKentOutfit: Iroh hides a blanket in his robes to cover his abs of steel and look like a fat old man.
21st Jul '17 12:50:55 AM Fyrefly19
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* {{Flynning}}: The last fight between Piandao and Sokka.

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* {{Flynning}}: The last fight between Piandao and Sokka. Justified as neither is really trying to hurt the other person: it's easy to tell that Piandao is holding back, and Sokka is only skilled enough to deflect Piandao's attacks much less attempt a harming strike.
9th Dec '16 3:51:51 PM LentilSandEater
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* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Master swordsman Piandao cites this trope as an explanation for why his protégé Sokka should forge his own sword out of materials he chooses. The result is a unique sword, which is as odd and practical as it's owner.

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* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Master swordsman Piandao cites this trope as an explanation for why his protégé Sokka should forge his own sword out of materials he chooses. The result is a unique sword, which is as odd and practical as it's its owner.
9th Dec '16 3:51:37 PM LentilSandEater
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* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Master swordsman Piandao cites this trope as an explanation for why his protégé Sokka should forge his own sword out of materials he chooses.

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* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Master swordsman Piandao cites this trope as an explanation for why his protégé Sokka should forge his own sword out of materials he chooses. The result is a unique sword, which is as odd and practical as it's owner.
10th Nov '16 8:17:29 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Piandao's back story is that he retired from the Fire Nation army rather than continue in the Earth Kingdom wars. The Fire Lord sent a hundred master warriors to force him back into service and ''Piandao sent each and every one of them back to the Fire Lord in defeat.''
18th Aug '16 5:50:29 AM NoxSky12599
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* CombatPragmatist: Piandao actually ''encourages'' fighting like this, and compliments Sokka during their duel for doing things like attacking from higher ground and flinging dirt into his eyes.
4th Feb '16 9:37:40 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* VetinariJobSecurity: When Sokka's gone everybody's going into comic-relief withdrawal. More importantly nobody else knows how to read the maps or understands planning, so they end up sitting around bored and waste the entire day.
27th Jan '16 8:12:40 PM _____________
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* ActorAllusion: Piandao describes the use of the sword as an "extra-long, really sharp arm." Piandao's VA is Robert Patrick, best known for his role as the [[{{Franchise/Terminator}} T-1000]], who was rather fond of turning his arms into swords.



* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Master swordsman Piandao cites this trope as an explanation for why his protégé Sokka should forge his own sword out of materials he chooses.



* AMasterMakesTheirOwnTools: Master swordsman Piandao cites this trope as an explanation for why his protégé Sokka should forge his own sword out of materials he chooses.
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