|By Gingalover||Part of thecontinuity.|
| || Juji's fine. He comes back to life in the end when the doomsday device shifts the polarity of the Earth. Oops. Spoiler. Sorry.
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|enemies =|profession = |position = |affiliation = |masters = |apprentices = |bounty = |appearance = |lastappearance = |voice = |actor = }} Meelo is an airbending child, one of the last four left, who lives on Air Temple Island in Yue Bay. He is the youngest of his siblings, which are Jinora and Ikki, and is also the animal caretaker in , as an excuse to keep Poki in the team. He hardly changed much over the year time skip. The only thing that he did different is that he has brought back Poki, a ring-tailed winged lemur, from the air temple as his personal pet, although tension didn't exactly allow this at first. Meelo had managed to convince him to let Poki stay and has been taking care of him since.
Despite the time skip, Meelo didn't change too much at first. He remained his cheerful, cheeky, happy-go-lucky self for a while, but he began to slightly change soon after his encounter with the. Ever since his near death experience, he began to act a bit more mature and calm, like his sister Jinora (much to Ikki's dismay), but his happy cheerful heart hasn't completely diminished. He has gotten a strong bond with his lemur pet, Poki, up to the point of ignoring his siblings just to make sure Poki is okay and home safely, as shown when he tries calling Poki back instead of playing a race with Jinora and Ikki ( ).
His bending has improved in a basic sense, although he's still in training compared to the others. Due to his trip to the temple, he had grown a talent of lemur training, knowing different commands and signals with his whistle he brought back with him. These commands are usually on where to fly, but he's working on other commands to show the others.
- For the while after the attack on him, Meelo had gained Demonophobia (a phobia of demonic or ghostly beings), but close to the end, he had grown over it.
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