Avatar: the Last Airbender

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Mike Gourdin
Aangs pets are said to be last surviving members of their species. Others are shown in flashbacks but none are killed on screen. But its implyed theyve been killed off.
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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CorrinFlakes
A dragon named Fang dies alongside Avatar Roku in Season 3 Episode 6.
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Eleen
Book 2 episode 16 has depictions of animal abuse. There's no blood or gore but the animal is, however, treated in a cruel way (not by any of the main characters, fyi).
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andrewbercovitz
The the episode Appas Lost Days", their are giant bugs that try to pull appa away.
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KyraWolf92
Only a bit of self-mockery by Iroh.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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andrewbercovitz
In canon, there is none. But, many fans created "Zucest" to ship Zuko and his family together in a romantic and/or sexual relationship, but nothing is shown in the actual show.
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Eleen
No strobe effects, but on occassion when a character known as Ty-Lee hits people, the screen briefly flashes white.
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raebae777
In season three, book six, Roku's dragon curls around him as they are buried in pyroclastic flow and both ultimately meet their end.
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devonfusaro
Yue and Jet (teenagers) are both shown to die, the genocide of the Air Nomads did kill children but it is never shown only vaguely hinted at by showing children in flashbacks before the killings, and Aang (13) is killed but brought back.
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spacecat11.1
Technically not a plane but multiple airships (blimp-like vehicles) crash mid-air.
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KyraWolf92
During the invasion on the fire nation in book 3, Sokka and Katara's dad most likely broke a rib or more. Sokka also breaks a leg during the series finale.
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KyraWolf92
There are however a few scenes of people fighting to keep their breath underwater due to ice being formed above them (or because gravity rotates in Aang's nightmare)
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KyraWolf92
The character is being risen from death eventually.
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Eleen
I can't think of any farting in the show, but spitting definitely happens from time to time (not an overwhelming amount though). The character Toph does it most, if I recall correctly.
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Mike Gourdin
Someone has a seizure for comedic effect in an early episode.
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petaara
Sokka drinks cactus juice and starts tripping in the episode The Desert.
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petaara
Sokka gags in an episode where he is nervous about meeting his dad, but he doesn't vomit. Toph vomits in the episode The Day Of Black Sun part 1, due to sea sickness. She gets a helmet from The Duke, which is later shown being rinsed by him. No actual vomit is shown though.
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tigerlover053
The main villain, Ozai, abuses his two children severely.
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Eleen
No. There is, however, a lot of lightning shown, particularly when the character Azula is on screen because she bends it. A character is also shown to die by lightning at the end of season 2, however they get resurrected. They show a flashback to this scene later on, too.
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Eleen
Technically some earth benders bury themselves alive for short periods of time because they are sometimes shown burrowing themselves into the earth and appearing somewhere else. Not exactly buried alive, but something to consider. Bumi does this in season 1 episode 5, for example.
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spacecat11.1
The character doesn't die from being burned but he is permanantely scarred by another character.
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andrewbercovitz
In the episode The Serpent's Pass" (Book 2 Chpt 12), the female character Smellerbee is mistakenly identified as male, and takes offense to it. This leads many to believe she is MTF.
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Eleen
They're not possessed in a typical sense, but it definitely classifies and it is rather unsettling/disturbing. Season 3, episode 8.
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Eleen
There is a scene in season 2, episode 19 where a character is stuck in a very small space. Some stuff happens and then there are 2 characters stuck in that same space.
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Eleen
There is a very small amount of animated wounds shown throughout the show, but they are not graphic and aren't drawn in a bloody way, but rather with a pink-ish color. For reference, as someone who is bad with blood and gore myself, these didn't affect me at all. One of the main characters, zuko, does have a burn scar on his face throughout the show.
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leylo
One of the main characters helps deliver a baby once. It’s off screen and non graphic.
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tigerlover053
It depends on what you see as mutilation. A third of a character's face is burned, including his eye, which is constantly squinted. It's not graphic, but could be triggering to some.
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Mike Gourdin
Not against real world groups, but there is hate soeech against the fantasy factions and groups.
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kagstobio1
Aang is shown shaving his hair somewhere towards the end of the final season.
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