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I was with this episode until the end, when they also decided to make Ahuizotl a misunderstood guardian. I could almost accept it, since all his other appearances were just being mentioned in books and so he could've just seemed more villainous due to AK Yearling's narration except for Daring Don't where he appears in person and flat out declares how he was going to use a ring specifically to perform a ceremony to "unleash eight hundred years of unrelenting, sweltering heat" on the valley the episode took place in.
At that point, you either got to address the elephant in the room and somehow explain that away that still fits with the whole guardian thing, or you show that the moral doesn't apply to every situation. That while Fluttershy may have a point in which some people do have their sides, like maybe Daring Do was wrong for taking artifacts to mostly just collect dust in her own home, some people just act in ways that aren't acceptable and can't just be explained away with their side of the story.