In season three of Kipo Age of Wonderbeasts we find out Amelia’s background. She got into science through her father who wanted her and her brother to go into the field. His desire, to have them rid the world of mutates so Humans could be on top of all life again.
Both siblings do excel in their science courses and make their father proud. However, one day Amelia and her brother go above ground to get fresh mutate samples. They go separately and agree to meet later on. When the time comes to met up Amelia is stunned when she sees her brother get out of the car of two mutates. He tries to tell his sister that they have it all wrong about mutates but Amelia will not hear anything of it and shoots him with a crossbow dead. And when she returns above ground she tells everyone that the mutates killed her brother.
Now years later, Amelia still tries to eradicate mutates and she takes things even further in the last season when she develops her own serum to turn into one herself. Amelia also makes a cure which he wants one of her henchmen to give her once she defeats Kipo and her friends.
To get to this pivotal point it was a drag and what I did get shown Amelia felt lacking. However, the wrap up of the series did make up for most of this. Kipo and her friends succeed in their mission to unite mutates and humans, Scarlemange gets redemption, Wolf gets a dog family with pups, Benson and Troy open a restaurant and other goodies.
I do wish I could have learned if Kipo’s Mom figured out how to cure Yumyan Hammerpaw, the Billions siblings, Brad and a few others back to their mutate selves. Yet these are minor when thinking what this series has been to me fun and entertaining.