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By King Bumis Heir Part of the Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan continuity.

Bolin realizes
Juji's fine. He comes back to life in the end when the doomsday device shifts the polarity of the Earth. Oops. Spoiler. Sorry.

Warning! This page contains spoilers for Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan.

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Earth Kingdom



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Earth Kingdom, Yule De, Aloi

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Earth Kingdom

First appearance

Book 2: Water Chapter 6: The Beast of Chao Lake

Last appearance

Book 2: Water Chapter 6: The Beast of Chao Lake

Qiji is a minor character in the fanon, Avatar: The Legacy of Rong Yan. Qiji, is the starving child that meets Aloi.


When Rong Yan, and the gang arrived to Chao, they were not expecting to run into a starving town. They wanted to simply practice some waterbending moves, since Tanaraq believed it was time for her to teach the Avatar.

When they arrived at the town, they were greeted by a woman by the name of Yule De and her son whose named was not revealed yet until later in the chapter. The woman happened to be the town mayor, she had explained the recent occurring events in the town.

She mentioned that a spirit by the name of Ling-Hu, who supposedly was a guardian spirit for their town and the surrounding forest along with the famous vacation hot spot known as Chao Lake.

Her town had low economy due to the tourists running off, meaning no money for the workers of the village, which also meant that people were not able to place food on their tables because everyone was starving. The nobles who lived in the town were as well affected by the depression that had occurred in Chao. As they too were starving just not as much as everyone else, since they had hidden stashes.

The poorest section of the town, had its water contaminated, the people were deathly starving and were very ill. Aloi, Rong Yan's airbending companion and soundbending teacher, had traveled into the poor section of Chao and was disturbed with what she had seen that it brought her to tears. She had met a small boy named Qiji, who wanted more than anything to feed his family and himself. Aloi, set off to find food for Qiji and his family so that they may live another day.

Aloi, had brought back food for poor Qiji and his family, at the same time Unaraq and the hunters from the town had returned with food for the others in the poverty district of the town.


Qiji, was born a non-bender, and since he is all small child there are no signs or knowledge that he can defend himself.



  • Qiji in Chinese means "miracle".

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