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  • Oh my God, Bosco the "just" bear got eaten by Earth Queen Hou-Ting after her father's death in a rumor by animation team?! What the hell?! I know she's allegric to animals, but this is taking too far! If it's true then I hate this character in Book 3 the most and wanted her dead.

    Korra, AVENGE BOSCO!!!!!!!

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    • Horrible,just horrible...

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    • IKR! RIP Bosco. :(

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    • She reminds me of those people who wear fur, she thinks murder is fancy. Sick B**ch.

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    • No doubt she ate him as a symbolic gesture, to herald her erasing of her fathers "weakness" within the nation. That a poor bear should have to suffer for that woman's ego...

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    • People who hate animals tend to enjoy eating them...

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    • If she did, *vomits* that is so wrong.

      If she didn't, she probably did something worse.

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    • It's a rumor folks. I don't really understand why did everyone take that so seriously. lol. I even think that we will see Bosco in the following episodes (yea i know bears dont outlive humans but Bosco is unnatural in Avatarverse standarts lol)

      But if it's true... Then it's horrible and so wrong :S

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    • Who does that to their late father's pet?

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    • Seriously. She is a monster...

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    • How old bears can live? And how old Bosco was in Avatar: The Last Airbender? It's possible that he would have died before his master, since bears have shorter life spans than humans do. Right?

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    • (if thats the case) NO! BOSCO!!! Not like this! DX

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    • Living in Luxury while your people suffer in poverty is one thing, as is kidnapping innocent civilians and forcing them into prison like military camps, but eating Bosco? Now that is just going to far, and the Earth Queen must pay! VIVA LA REVOLUCION!!!

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    • I'm ready to overthrow her just for eating Bosco. SHE WILL PAY!!

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    • Alright, this might be really dark, but I think that the only thing that could be even darker if Hou Ting had her own father murdered and then...I don't know if I can say the rest. That would never happen in a children's show though. That's parricide and cannibalism in one shot.

      She reminds me of Empress Cixi and female Emperor Wu Zetian of China.

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    • XerxesAshtema wrote:
      Alright, this might be really dark, but I think that the only thing that could be even darker if Hou Ting had her own father murdered and then...I don't know if I can say the rest. That would never happen in a children's show though. That's parricide and cannibalism in one shot.

      She reminds me of Empress Cixi and female Emperor Wu Zetian of China.


      Of course she does remind of Cixi. That's stated in the Trivia part as well.

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    • I could believe it of her... but seriously guys, why do you care more about one bear then three sky bison calves? Or the entire Earth Kingdom!?

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    • Because that bear is Bosco. But really I think all of that is horrible she is just an awful person in general

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    • Groxhugger wrote: I could believe it of her... but seriously guys, why do you care more about one bear then three sky bison calves? Or the entire Earth Kingdom!?

      I care about all of them equally

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    • Okay, that may be. But can somebody please direct me to the thread where we all yell at Sozin, you know, the guy who killed almost every single Air Nomad?

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    • Groxhugger wrote: Okay, that may be. But can somebody please direct me to the thread where we all yell at Sozin, you know, the guy who killed almost every single Air Nomad?

      I have a soft spot for animals because I'm an animal activist. + the bison thing just happened. The Sozin thing happened very long ago.

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    • Yeah, so whalers are worse than Hitler? I'm just saying, y'all are getting more upset about one bear than Gyatso and everybody else that Aang knew.

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    • Groxhugger wrote:
      Yeah, so whalers are worse than Hitler? I'm just saying, y'all are getting more upset about one bear than Gyatso and everybody else that Aang knew.

      Well obviously people are gonna get more angry at people who hurt characters that we knew personally, we all liked Bosco but we never really knew or cared about the Air Nomads. Other than Gyatso whom we already knew would be dead.

      You don't see people getting upset at Vlad the Impaler anymore, cause there's no one still alive who would have been negitively affected by him.

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    • Groxhugger wrote: Yeah, so whalers are worse than Hitler? I'm just saying, y'all are getting more upset about one bear than Gyatso and everybody else that Aang knew.

      No, I'm also upset that they were gonna kill and eat baby bison.

      And honestly whalers are just as bad as hitler especially the ones from Asia.

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    • Groxhugger wrote: Yeah, so whalers are worse than Hitler? I'm just saying, y'all are getting more upset about one bear than Gyatso and everybody else that Aang knew.

      Why does it matter? We've dealt with the air nomad genocide a long time ago but hou-ting eating Bosco is recent. And in my opinion the only thing making hitler worse then Whalers is that hitler cost a ton more lives and was prejudice. Animals have lives they are creatures just like us. No baby animal should be killed period. I believe eating animals for food is ok but the fact that the queen, who can have practically anything to eat, ate a house pet IS horrible.

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    • The only unacceptable animals to eat:

      -Pets

      -Endangered animals

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    • Since Hou-Ting apparently has a thing for exotic meats, and Bosco was the only known non-hybridized bear in the ATLA universe, it is likely that she really did eat the poor thing. RIP Bosco.

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    • Bosco... No... No... NO!!

      RIP, BOSCO! May the greatest punishment be bestowed upon Huo Ting, Fire Lord Sozin and Vlad the Impaler.

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    • Ahmad15 wrote:
      Bosco... No... No... NO!!

      RIP, BOSCO! May the greatest punishment be bestowed upon Huo Ting, Fire Lord Sozin and Vlad the Impaler.

      what does Vlad the Impaler has to do with this 

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    • DarknessVoid wrote:
      Ahmad15 wrote:
      Bosco... No... No... NO!!

      RIP, BOSCO! May the greatest punishment be bestowed upon Huo Ting, Fire Lord Sozin and Vlad the Impaler.

      what does Vlad the Impaler has to do with this 

      Just stuffed'em in there. :P

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    • Come on, people. Have you never eaten a hamburer? Bacon? Steak? Chicken? Souvlaki? Fish?

      All these animals were alive, once, and you ate them. She ate one bear. You've eaten hundreds of pigs. It's just life.

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    • There's a difference between eating an animal born and bred for human consumption and eating an animal that was a beloved pet. It's the same difference between cutting down a tree that's been planted and grown for timber and cutting down a tree that was planted for aesthetics, one that people have relaxed under and climbed on for years. It's the emotional attachment that makes the difference.

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    • And as Jinora said, they're endangered

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    • If that rumor is true, then Hou-Ting is extremely sorry.

      "I told you not to touch it!" (bonus points if you know where this quote is from)

      <punches Hou-Ting>

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    • Well she got a just judgement. Asphinxiation from Zaheer. I feel like it's kinda cruel how Zaheer bends the air from their lungs around their face so they can see it but still not breathe. She deserved it though.

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    • The Air Nomad Critic wrote: There's a difference between eating an animal born and bred for human consumption and eating an animal that was a beloved pet. It's the same difference between cutting down a tree that's been planted and grown for timber and cutting down a tree that was planted for aesthetics, one that people have relaxed under and climbed on for years. It's the emotional attachment that makes the difference.

      Unfortunately the emotion for humans doesn't mean much for the animals. Whether you're eating a pet or a factory farmed animal, the fact is, a life ended so you could have a luxury.

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    • It's Blackout wrote:

      The Air Nomad Critic wrote: There's a difference between eating an animal born and bred for human consumption and eating an animal that was a beloved pet. It's the same difference between cutting down a tree that's been planted and grown for timber and cutting down a tree that was planted for aesthetics, one that people have relaxed under and climbed on for years. It's the emotional attachment that makes the difference.

      Unfortunately the emotion for humans doesn't mean much for the animals. Whether you're eating a pet or a factory farmed animal, the fact is, a life ended so you could have a luxury.

      Or life ended for other life to continue.

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    • It's Blackout wrote:

      The Air Nomad Critic wrote: There's a difference between eating an animal born and bred for human consumption and eating an animal that was a beloved pet. It's the same difference between cutting down a tree that's been planted and grown for timber and cutting down a tree that was planted for aesthetics, one that people have relaxed under and climbed on for years. It's the emotional attachment that makes the difference.

      Unfortunately the emotion for humans doesn't mean much for the animals. Whether you're eating a pet or a factory farmed animal, the fact is, a life ended so you could have a luxury.

      No, human emotions don't mean anything to animals, which is why they have no problem killing other animals for various reasons, some non-essential, such as being in the way or for fun.

      Without those arbitrary emotions, we wouldn't care about other species to begin with.

      Also, Bosco had style, that's what separates him from the mindless beasts! She should have taken Momo instead! But this is how it had to be, for Bosco died to save the Earth Kingdom from its sins. Praise be to Bosco!

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    • LinuxKirby wrote:

      It's Blackout wrote:

      The Air Nomad Critic wrote: There's a difference between eating an animal born and bred for human consumption and eating an animal that was a beloved pet. It's the same difference between cutting down a tree that's been planted and grown for timber and cutting down a tree that was planted for aesthetics, one that people have relaxed under and climbed on for years. It's the emotional attachment that makes the difference.

      Unfortunately the emotion for humans doesn't mean much for the animals. Whether you're eating a pet or a factory farmed animal, the fact is, a life ended so you could have a luxury.

      Or life ended for other life to continue.

      No, vegans have proven that you don't need to eat animals to survive. All meat, especially in first world nations, is the unnecessary death of a living creature.

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    • It's Blackout wrote:

      LinuxKirby wrote:

      It's Blackout wrote:

      The Air Nomad Critic wrote: There's a difference between eating an animal born and bred for human consumption and eating an animal that was a beloved pet. It's the same difference between cutting down a tree that's been planted and grown for timber and cutting down a tree that was planted for aesthetics, one that people have relaxed under and climbed on for years. It's the emotional attachment that makes the difference.

      Unfortunately the emotion for humans doesn't mean much for the animals. Whether you're eating a pet or a factory farmed animal, the fact is, a life ended so you could have a luxury.
      Or life ended for other life to continue.
      No, vegans have proven that you don't need to eat animals to survive. All meat, especially in first world nations, is the unnecessary death of a living creature.

      I disagree. Vegans and a guy who invented a food stuff out of soybeans may have shown that you COULD survive without consuming meat. Logistically, a vegan diet is a tall order for the majority of people around the world. Even most citizens of First World nations cannot afford to eat a varied diet of vegetables to survive. A vegan diet requires proper planning in order to be successful. If the diet is not varied enough you are screwed. Besides, a lot of vegetable farms are guilty of displacing and killing wild life so it defeats the purpose of eating a vegan diet to save the lives of animals. One only needs to look at Colorado to see the devastation caused by irrigation on migratory fish...

      As for Hou-Ting eating Bosco I think it's just a rumor. It's not like the creators themselves confirmed it was true. I think it was just a joke to horrify fans and induce a few lols. 

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    • Funny, I was JUST thinking that I should start looking into the counterarguments to the vegans' claims.

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    • It's been at least 70 years since we last saw Bosco.  He's probably long dead.

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    • Im suprised Bosco lived that long after the Earth king's death

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    • It's Blackout wrote:
      She reminds me of those people who wear fur, she thinks murder is fancy. Sick B**ch.

      I know right.

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    • With the Book 4 Blue-Ray DVD being out, we can now confirm that Bosco was really eaten by Hou-Ting. She even "ate the fur".

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    • You know, those two are really in it for the shock value these days. It kinda detracts from the story somewhat while confirming that they took the world that made so many childhoods wonderful and made it about as messed-up, convoluted, and overly cruel as they could with the story, short of killing somebody onscreen.

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    • Theirs was always a cruel world. A nation of pacifists was slaughtered because 1 of them was going to inherit Roku's mission to stop Sozin. After everything they went through, Sozin still betrayed Roku. Azulong ordered the death of his own grandson to "teach [his son] a lesson."

      But something about finding a light in the darkness & then Korrasami happened.

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    • Okay, okay, I wasn't really specific enough. Sure, there were dark things that happened. Sure, they were despicable and cruel and heartless and wrong. But they all had a point to them. They weren't just thrown in there for kicks to see how much we fans could stand (okay, maybe the Iroh being imprisoned, but that was one of the least dangerous things they threw at us). They were there to provide balance, not good winning, not even that there was a side that was necessarily "good", just one side that was more balanced than the other. There didn't need to be a light in the dark; all you had to do was look at the light that was already there, very obviously so. The world was cruel, but it was still wonderful, and all hope wasn't going to be lost by going up against impossible odds.

      With LoK, I never really caught that. Okay, maybe the first season had hints of that, with one extreme taken to radical extents and what happened from there, but from then on in, things just got a little bit...too dark, Vaatu ripping apart the past lives? Pointless and confusing. The Dark Avatar swamping Republic City in vines? Might have had a point, but it was overlooked and was more shock than anything. Hou-Ting eating Bosco? Something to catch our attention and feel even less remorse for her when she literally had the breath sucked out of her, something that was necessarily sickening, as much as eating Appa; this was a character who, for being relatively minor, was relatively unique, and to end him like that of all ways is just...disheartening. Zaheer poisoning the Avatar State? Some disconcerting hallucinations, and by Raava did it produce after-effects, but by old-show logic it should have been physically impossible at the risk of not actually having a show to begin with. Crushing Hiroshi Sato with the dead bird metaphorical/literal construct around him? One more reason for Asami to get a rush of romantic feeling for Korra (she did the same thing with Mako after she was stolen from, I note), and to get our hearts pounding for a character whom we knew very little about, were semi-sympathetic to, and who meant something very dear to the heart of one of the main characters–timed exactly wrong.

      The thing is, yeah, stuff happened in ATLA that was cruel. But it happened, for the most part, in ways that gave some respect to the people it happened to and those who went through the shock afterwards. Good spirits, there's a whole episode about Katara finally getting revenge (or not) for her mother's death. Her mother, who died (as, actually, did most of the major killings) before the show's timeframe started. The dark had already happened; these were the survivors, pushing forward as the rest of the world was beginning to balance out again. The struggle was there, but instead of making it huge, they made it epic; one conflict, and all the wrongs that came with it, were carried out on a grand scale. There were things that had been broken, but the point was to focus on the fixing; justice could and should be served, because that was the Avatar's job. With LoK, it was more things that were beyond our control, things that were silly and senseless and sadistic that nobody, not even the Avatar, could do anything about–things that were there to get us to cling to the screen without actually seeing that what was missing was a resolution. Last Airbender left us with answers and a sense of relief, a chance to rebuild the world; Korra barely took time to honor the dead.

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    • If he wasn't eaten, he would have just rotted in the ground, or been stuffed, or incinerated. "There is no such thing as a beautiful corpse." They never designed the character to be immortal, so why should they tiptoe around the fact that he died?

      But as much as the show doesn't shy away from displaying negative consequences, it's not even true that it's not also light hearted. There's also a fort named after this bear. A whole military fortification named after this dude's pet "just" bear. That's awesome. And that's why Bosco's legacy outlived Hou Ting's, because Bosco is the Baron of Bearington.

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    • Let's put it like this. Bosco died; Earth King Kuei also died. So, by the way, did Monk Gyatso. But what would you think if some Fire Nation soldier took home his skull to use a teacup? Or turned his fingerbones into dice? Or Lu Ten, who also died before the series began. I'm fairly certain, at least for his own sake, Iroh would have never intended him to end up used as a free meal for Joo Dees in Ba Sing Se (has anybody ever seen them eat? I thought not). There's a certain amount of respect due to these characters, both for their own sake and for the sake of those who learned to respect them; if it's simply mentioned, off-hand, that yes, Lu Ten was ground up and fed to the bureaucrats of Ba Sing Se, without actually taking time to address it, as if the death is just a statistic–well, maybe for some people it is, just another tally in an increasingly J.K. Rowling-esque death count, but not for me, and not I'm sure for a large number of people. It isn't what they're saying, to be blunt, it's how they chose to say it, and if it's just ignored (note, I think, that the joke about Fort Bosco came before the bandits) or passed off as nothing, it makes folk feel (again, not trying to implement my view over everybody) both shocked that it happened and guilty that nobody's really talking about it.

      That said, it was nice of them to name a fort after him. May your legacy continue, o Average Bear.

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    • That would be jarring, but not for the reason you are implying: It would be jarring because at no point do any of these cultures show that they consider using human remains in that fashion as normal.

      It's probably not even unheard of for that sort of thing to happen in "kids shows." Off the top of my head, Dr. Facilier from the Disney film "The Princess and the Frog" implies that 1 of his shrunken heads belonged to his mother. It's used as a throwaway joke, but no one really cares because, well, it's just a cartoon. It does what it's meant to do, establish Dr. Facilier as a loathsome & menacing figure who'd do anything for a bit of power, & then we move on.

      Bosco is cool & all, but he's still a cartoon bear. And really, "Nobody's talking about it?" Angst over how changing things somehow means the old show was "pointless" or "they don't respect it" is basically inescapable. I've done everything short of illegally distributing Prozac to try to counter it.

      If there's anything I'm upset about, it's that the Earth Kingdom didn't drive itself into poverty creating a ridiculously elaborate tomb for Bosco, where they buried all of his worldly possessions, as well as live bear wives & bear servants for his trip to the afterlife.

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    • I absolutely despise the Earth Queen.

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    • Avatar Vyakara wrote:
      Let's put it like this. Bosco died; Earth King Kuei also died. So, by the way, did Monk Gyatso. But what would you think if some Fire Nation soldier took home his skull to use a teacup? Or turned his fingerbones into dice? Or Lu Ten, who also died before the series began. I'm fairly certain, at least for his own sake, Iroh would have never intended him to end up used as a free meal for Joo Dees in Ba Sing Se (has anybody ever seen them eat? I thought not). There's a certain amount of respect due to these characters, both for their own sake and for the sake of those who learned to respect them; if it's simply mentioned, off-hand, that yes, Lu Ten was ground up and fed to the bureaucrats of Ba Sing Se, without actually taking time to address it, as if the death is just a statistic–well, maybe for some people it is, just another tally in an increasingly J.K. Rowling-esque death count, but not for me, and not I'm sure for a large number of people. It isn't what they're saying, to be blunt, it's how they chose to say it, and if it's just ignored (note, I think, that the joke about Fort Bosco came before the bandits) or passed off as nothing, it makes folk feel (again, not trying to implement my view over everybody) both shocked that it happened and guilty that nobody's really talking about it.

      That said, it was nice of them to name a fort after him. May your legacy continue, o Average Bear.

      I think it might not be true.  But the only reason she didn't is that he probably died in the far past.  

      THe point was to make the story dark and gritty.  Whether that was necessary is up for debate.  Ozai despite his bad nature that corrupted the world, he was a straight forward villain.  He was more symbollic and simple. Perhaps because Aang was so young, a threat of that nature was more fitting for him to face. It is dangerous, it is a physical threat and it will destroy the ENTIRE world forever.  The threat is immediate and if Aang can't fix it no one can.  This is a story that is more exciting.

      But there are two things to remember.  

      1. Everything Changed after the Fire Nation attacked.  And we find that while defeating Ozai was a triumph, most of Aang's life was spent rebuilding the world and fighting corruption.  It could be that the rough environment that the Fire nation created was going to be forever.  Now there would be more villains in power, more chaos and people would be more likely to fight. The imbalance in the world was just people acting out once they had political stability.

      The odd thing is if Korra had to kill Ozai, she would have done it easily.  If Aang had to deal with the Water Tribe Civil War he probably could have dealt with that easily.  

      2. The Second thing is that Korra is not thrown into an emergency, she is being raised as a world leader, and will always have this level of conflict to deal with. And for every suffocated Earth Queen, we get the United Forces peacefully creating an army, that will defend the sovereignty of every nation if there is political strife.  (Yes their UN actually works I find it very hard to believe).  Korra leaves the Spirit World open and no evil dragons try to eat Omashu or kill the President? For every Amon doing terrorist attacks, You get Kuvira being talked out of world conquest with a little empathy, even though she shot the city with a giant Nuclear style weapon.  I think there are a lot of moments of hope, even childish flashes of inspiration.  I think that Korra's world had to be out of balance, because that is her struggle, not the SURVIVAL of the whole world, but restoring the world to balance by being a wise and compassionate person. Her solving problems is the hope and the balance.

      Whether or not it's too gritty is up to you.

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    • Fireshadowz wrote:
      Im suprised Bosco lived that long after the Earth king's death

      Maybe he died really young.  Like WAAAAY Too young.  And he never told his daughter that slaughtering peasants was bad for your skin. He probably was as good a dad as he was a king.  Its not that he was bad, he is just a dork with no backbone, and that is dangerous when it comes to parenting.

      But I think the fact that she hated the bear and would have Eaten him if he was still alive and tore down her father's Zoo is the act of a class A selfish bitch with Daddy issues. 

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    • She got what she deserved in the end. The fact that she might have eaten Bosco was to highlight just how evil she is. Eating a fun and friendly bear is very evil indeed.

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    • Hanabi-chan wrote: She got what she deserved in the end. The fact that she might have eaten Bosco was to highlight just how evil she is. Eating a fun and friendly bear is very evil indeed.

      I couldn't agree more. I'm planning to create a page for her on Antagonists Wikia.

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    • Lady Satsuki wrote:

      I couldn't agree more. I'm planning to create a page for her on Antagonists Wikia.

      There is a page for her on Villains Wiki and one of her villain types is listed as "Animal Cruelty" which is very fitting.

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    • Her page on Antagonists Wiki is up now if you're interested.

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    • Noooooo not Bosco!

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    • Plus, who eats bear? Then again, they have swamp hobos who eat giant flies, so whatever.

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    • Hou-Ting was stated to be an eater of exotic meats.

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    • She eats sky bison too, apparently.

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    • And giant fly.

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    • Hou Ting was cool. She and the Grand Secretariat, amongst the coolest people on the Korra franchise. 

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    • I am quite positive you really mean that they had the coolest outfits, not that I would agree with that either.

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    • That would apply to most Earth Kingdom clothing, specially those unaffected by United Republic fashion. 

      But character-wise too. She's one of the few characters I could somewhat relate to in that show. 

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    • Oh right, she's also a reference to some Empress whose name I can't spell.

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    • Cixi Taihou.  gotta love her 

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    • My point is, "they reference premodern China" isn't really a character trait, it's a stylistic element.

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    • Hou-Ting is a disgrace!!!

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    • yes. the queen ate bosco

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    • Boomubbles wrote:
      It's been at least 70 years since we last saw Bosco.  He's probably long dead.

      Hou-Ting probably ate him in her late teens\early twenties. 

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    • but who actually allowed her to eat him?

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      but who actually allowed her to eat him?

      After her father died and she was crowned, who could stop her?

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    • true

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    • I never heard it conferrmed, for all we know it was just a rumor. I hope it was!!

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    • Omg,she ate Bosco?!THAT EVIL RAT!(makes a few hand signs)Dog Style:Wolf Blitz!(cuts hout ing to shreds)

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    • It was confirmed that she ate Bosco. It's one of the reasons I originally wrote her personality profile so scathingly. Hou-Ting was hands down the character in the series I despised the most. From her ugly and sour design to her arrogant and condescending attitude, there is nothing about that woman that doesn't immediately make me want her to be bloodbent and have her organs imploded or frozen from the inside-out. Hell, I'd hand her over to Roy Mustang from Fullmetal Alchemist and tell him she killed Hughes just to watch him burn her to death. Her death by suffocation was one of the most satisfying moments of Season 3. 

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    • This woman is the Curella de Vil of Avatar 

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    • God, she's shitty....

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    • Valenthyne wrote:
      This woman is the Curella de Vil of Avatar 

      Hold up, that's offensive to Cruella De Vil.

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    •  

      Well obviously people are gonna get more angry at people who hurt characters that we knew personally, we all liked Bosco but we never really knew or cared about the Air Nomads. Other than Gyatso whom we already knew would be dead.

      You don't see people getting upset at Vlad the Impaler anymore, cause there's no one still alive who would have been negitively affected by him.

      you're stupid, and that reply was stupid. People do care about the air nomads, did you not learn about them in the show, or are you dumb? if you dont care for them, why watch it loser

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    • Warmachine375 wrote:
      Oh my God, Bosco the "just" bear got eaten by Earth Queen Hou-Ting after her father's death in a rumor by animation team?! What the hell?! I know she's allegric to animals, but this is taking too far! If it's true then I hate this character in Book 3 the most and wanted her dead.

      Korra, AVENGE BOSCO!!!!!!!

      what someone ate bosco wtf???

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    • Eating rare animals of any type is just disgusting. If the Air Nation weren't such ardent pacifists....... I think if Aang were still alive and knew what she was doing, he'd probably go full-on Avatar State and destroy her. 

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    • WTF I just found this out today. I'm glad Hou-Ting is dead, but she deserved worse tbh. This is like eating your father's dog as soon as he dies because you like how dog tastes.

      What's worse is that there's almost no way she lived anywhere but with Kuei her entire life. She's known Bosco since she was born and she just turns around and has him cooked. Absolutely disgusting individual.

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    • She really was the most unpleasant of any of the heads of state during Korra's time. Hou-Ting was an egomaniac with no remorse. I honestly would have loved to see Zaheer raise the temperature of the air inside her body to give her heatstroke and render her permanently braindamaged. I know that Raiko was an idiot with no redeeming attributes, but Hou-Ting was actively selfish, malevolent, and a literal slave-driving hag who was detestible along the same lines as Dolores Umbridge from Harry Potter. The same kind abuse of legal authority over others and doing so with a smug smile and unbridled arrogance. 

      Both of them are two of the people in fiction I hate most of all. Having her being burned to death or having her skin frozen off and paraded skinless would have been similarly satisfying to having her suffocate to death to Zaheer's narration in Henry Rollins' iconic voice. 

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    • i hope she choked on the bear and died

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    • Bosco should have been made king instead of her

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