History YMMV / TheLionGuard

10th Nov '17 8:46:22 PM schoi30
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* TheScrappy: When the series launched, Bunga was hated by a lot of fans, mainly because he seemed to be the biggest source of forced "comedic" conflicts in every episode. Not helped by the fact that he shared several traits of [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo Scrappy]]-[[BrattyHalfPint Doo]] [[KidAppealCharacter himself]], and had a catchphrase some perceived as annoying; "un-Bunga-lievable." Bunga's hatedom seems to have died down since though.

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* TheScrappy: When the series launched, Bunga was hated by a lot of fans, mainly because he seemed to be the biggest source of forced "comedic" conflicts in every episode. Not helped by the fact that he shared several traits of [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo Scrappy]]-[[BrattyHalfPint Doo]] [[KidAppealCharacter himself]], and had a catchphrase some perceived as annoying; "un-Bunga-lievable." Bunga's hatedom seems to have died down since though.though, since a lot of episodes have proven he's a competent and crucial member of the Guard.
10th Nov '17 8:44:51 PM schoi30
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** When "The Rise of Scar" came, some viewers did not approve of Ushari turning to villainy. Especially due to the fact he's a [[SnakesAreSinister snake]], and a [[PoisonIsEvil venomous]] one at that.

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** When "The Rise of Scar" came, some viewers did not approve of Ushari turning to villainy. Especially villainy, especially due to the fact he's a [[SnakesAreSinister snake]], and a [[PoisonIsEvil venomous]] one at that.[[SnakesAreSinister snake]].
10th Nov '17 8:43:51 PM schoi30
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** When the trailer for "The Rise of Scar" came, some viewers did not approve of Ushari turning to villainy.

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** When the trailer for "The Rise of Scar" came, some viewers did not approve of Ushari turning to villainy.villainy. Especially due to the fact he's a [[SnakesAreSinister snake]], and a [[PoisonIsEvil venomous]] one at that.
7th Nov '17 1:51:45 AM TimG5
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* RonTheDeathEater: Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting ([[DesignatedVillain Bunga assaulting Ushari for trying to eat 1 hyrax is a big offender]]) despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. The fact that 4 of the 5 members [[{{Hypocrite}} further fuels the sentiment]]. However, most of the predators they thwart are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life (with many of them [[ChaoticEvil gleefully denouncing it]]). A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there and are able to thrive happily. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey (either they don't have a territory there or it's a special occasion in which all predators are not allowed to hunt during).

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* RonTheDeathEater: Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting ([[DesignatedVillain Bunga assaulting Ushari for trying to eat 1 hyrax is a big offender]]) despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. The fact that 4 of the 5 members [[{{Hypocrite}} eat meat further fuels the sentiment]]. However, most of the predators they thwart are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life (with many of them [[ChaoticEvil gleefully denouncing it]]). A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there and are able to thrive happily. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey (either they don't have a territory there or it's a special occasion in which all predators are not allowed to hunt during).
7th Nov '17 1:46:40 AM TimG5
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* RonTheDeathEater: Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting [[DesignatedVillain Bunga manhandling Ushari for wanting eat one rock hyrax being a big offender]])despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. The fact that 4 of the 5 members [[{{Hypocrite}} further fuels the sentiment]]. However, most of the predators they thwart are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life (with many of them [[ChaoticEvil gleefully denouncing it]]). A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there and are able to thrive happily. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey (either they don't have a territory there or it's a special occasion in which all predators are not allowed to hunt during).

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* RonTheDeathEater: Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting [[DesignatedVillain ([[DesignatedVillain Bunga manhandling assaulting Ushari for wanting trying to eat one rock 1 hyrax being is a big offender]])despite offender]]) despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. The fact that 4 of the 5 members [[{{Hypocrite}} further fuels the sentiment]]. However, most of the predators they thwart are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life (with many of them [[ChaoticEvil gleefully denouncing it]]). A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there and are able to thrive happily. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey (either they don't have a territory there or it's a special occasion in which all predators are not allowed to hunt during).
7th Nov '17 1:44:36 AM TimG5
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* RonTheDeathEater: Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting [[DesignatedVillain Bunga manhandling Ushari for wanting eat one rock hyrax being a big offender]])despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. The fact that 4 of the 5 members [[{{Hypocrite}} further fuels the sentiment]]. However, most of the predators they thwart are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life (with many of them [[ChaoticEvil gleefully denouncing it]]). A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there and are able to thrive happily. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey (either they don't have a territory there or it's a special occasion in which all predators are not allowed to hunt during).
5th Nov '17 3:09:33 PM TheCoolKat1995
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** Some argue that Bunga is headed this route as of "The Search For Utamu", and even more so after "The Mbali Fields Migration", "Bunga and the King", "Babysitter Bunga" and "The Bite of Kenge".

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** Bunga's chilly reception has warmed over time. Some argue that Bunga is headed this route as of after several episodes showcasing his better qualities, like "The Search For Utamu", and even more so after "The Mbali Fields Migration", "Bunga and the King", "Babysitter Bunga" Bunga", "The Ukumbusho Tradition" and "The Bite of Kenge".
5th Nov '17 2:44:22 PM schoi30
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** Some argue that Bunga is headed this route as of "The Search For Utamu", and even more so after "The Mbali Fields Migration", "Bunga and the King" and "Babysitter Bunga".

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** Some argue that Bunga is headed this route as of "The Search For Utamu", and even more so after "The Mbali Fields Migration", "Bunga and the King" and King", "Babysitter Bunga".Bunga" and "The Bite of Kenge".
24th Oct '17 2:18:40 PM Julia1984
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** A power that allows the current holder (a fun-loving young boy who forms a diverse group of friends to aid him, in this case) to access all the power of his ancestors/past lives to cause anything from [[ElementalPowers great bursts of wind to earthquakes to rain to volcanoes erupting]] in order to maintain balance? And that sends the horrified hero into a HeroicBSOD when he realizes how deadly it can be if he loses control? Yep, the Roar of the Elders is a furry version of [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender the Avatar State]]. (Which is fitting, since a major character on ''Avatar'' -- Prince Zuko -- was a human version of Kovu. Period.)
13th Oct '17 11:22:14 PM Eggnogyum
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* MisaimedFandom: Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. This is in spite said villains are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories and/or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life. A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there. Plus, none of the villains (or Outlanders in general) show any signs of starvation or sickness, so they must have no trouble surviving. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey (either they don't have a territory there or it's a special occasion in which all predators are not allowed to hunt during).



* RootingForTheEmpire: Quite a few fans would rather root for the villains whenever the Lion Guard [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality chases hungry predators out of the Pridelands or trespass into the Outlands to thwart the hyenas and jackals living there]]. Most of the time, however, an explanation is given as to why these predators are in the wrong.

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* RootingForTheEmpire: Quite a few fans would rather root for the certain villains whenever such as the hyenas, seeing the Lion Guard as more of [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who thwart them both in the Pridelands and their own turf just for [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality chases hungry predators out of the Pridelands or trespass into the Outlands to thwart the hyenas and jackals living there]]. Most of the time, however, an explanation is given as to why these predators are in the wrong. hunting]].
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