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4'0" or 1.22m
12 lbs. or 5.44 kg.
Predominantly black, white, and gray
Feathers and scales
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Pirates, Fire Islands troops
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Singi's animal companion
Jiefeng (pronounced: Zhee-eh-FAWN) is a female cranefish and the animal companion of Avatar . After being found by the young Avatar as a chick and mended back to health, the two formed a close friendship. Jiefeng grows to maturity alongside Singi and accompanies her savior on many of her travels.
While waterbending training one day with and along the coast of what will be known as the Mo Ce Sea, Singi happened upon a young cranefish, abandoned and with an injured wing. While Singi wanted to immediately halt her training and tend to the chick, Gekkō wearily advised against it, stating that the animal's fate should be left to nature, and that she should primarily focus on her training. Singi protested, educating him on the Air Nomad belief that all life is sacred. With Jamyang to humbly back up her statement, Gekkō concedes defeat and allows her to take some time off from training to mend the cranefish back to health.
After a few days of medical care and feeding, the cranefish forms a close bond with the teenager, which is reciprocated. Once fully healed, the group attempt to search for the cranefish's flock in vain, and Singi decides to adopt the animal as her own, naming her "Jiefeng".
Capture by Pirates and Subsequent Rescue
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Little is known about Jiefeng's personality, as she lacks the ability to speak human language. However, she has displayed an ability to understand human language on several occasions. Jiefeng seems to have a reasonably trusting attitude, as she did not take long to approach Singi during their first encounter on the beach, to whom she becomes incredibly loyal and devoted.
- Jiefeng (婕风) is Chinese for "graceful wind" or "beautiful wind".
- While Jiefeng's species is not a fanon-created hybrid, her appearance (and that of the cranefish in general) is highly based off of the black-necked crane (Grus nigricollis).
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