“But what if Sokka knows where Aang is?! Then we we’ll travel all over the place and waste time trying to find him when Sokka could just direct us to him.” Winry knew her point was valid and she sat back a little, eyes gleaming in triumph.
Cutter skidded to a stop at the edge of the forest as Lisa was stunned by her words of truth. Cutter and Lisa were spiritually connected a bit so usually what she felt strongly, he felt. She sighed and moaned, “Ugh! Fine! We’ll go to Sokka.”
“Yay!” Winry squealed. “This is so exciting. And since you’re taking me to meet him, I suppose you could see about crossing world’s and saying ‘hi’ to Ed when I find him again. It would only be fair.”
Cutter began running again, “yeah yeah.” Lisa said still grumpy about being defeated.
“Well you can if you want to Lisa,” Winry replied. “So what would you like to talk about on the way to Sokka’s?”
Lisa smiled and shrugged, “It doesn’t matter,” her defeat was washing away quickly, “Sokka lives in the South Pole. I remember. That’s where I last saw him.”
Winry moaned in frustration. “Now what? How are we going to find Aang?”
“Calm down. Aang is dating Katara. Katara is the sister of Sokka. We find Sokka, we find Katara, we find Katara, we find Aang.” she asked Cutter to run faster with a click of her mouth.
Winry sighed with relief, then looked down at her outfit. “But I don’t have the right clothes to go to the South Pole. Won’t it be really cold?”