Since he is a Pride Lander, Kion decides that it is their duty to save him. The Lion Guard then discovers that Ma Tembo has been forcibly outed by Bupu. Season Two: "Palm Beached" • "Jamaica Mistake?" Once the storm slows down, Kion and his friends continue their journey to the Tree of Life, unaware that Makucha is following them. Bunga, Fuli, and Kion quickly pinpoint the galagos, who are trapped in a tree, and save them from the flames. After the rescue, the team returns to the Lair of the Lion Guard, where Rafiki shows the friends that the paintings had been depictions of the past, not the future. The Lion Guard questions whether Badili has territory of his own, and he admits that he lives in Mirihi Forest, a patch of woodland in the Back Lands. Jeder unserer Redakteure begrüßt Sie als Leser zum großen Produktvergleich. As they walk, Kion questions Kiara as to what she thinks will be waiting for them at the end of the trail, and Kiara answers that it will probably be animals excited to meet their future queen and her little brother. The question confuses Kion, making him worried that something bad has happened to Beshte. Pridelanders (formerly)Lion Guard (formerly)Night Pride However, Makucha manages to trap Dhahabu and warns the Lion Guard that he will harm her if they do not surrender. When the chase ends in failure, Bunga and Ono criticize Beshte for trying to make them believe in such an unbelievable animal. Askari reminds Kion that only one who is willing to let go of the Roar of the Elders can master it, and Kion confirms that he does not need the Roar to lead the Lion Guard. The Lion Guard offers to help the red pandas defeat the "Ghost of the Mountain". Ono does as instructed, and Kion breaks the Lion Guard free. Kion asks Timon and Pumbaa to perform at Makini's mpando mpaya. Along the way, the Lion Guard crosses a log, which snaps and falls into a ravine behind them. A fight instigates, in which the Lion Guard and Rafiki beat back against the combined force of the hyenas and the jackals. Later, Nirmala leads Kion to Pratibimba. Kion then gets an idea, and Beshte lures Mwenzi into the open by pretending to be a rhino in need of a tickbird. Kiara then clambers onto Kion's shoulders and strains to reach the edge of the cliff. Kion offers to help the snow monkeys find a new home. Disappointed, he retreats, and Fuli questions the strange occurrences. He rams Makuu last, knocking him and the tree stump into the swamp. At the same time, Makucha and his group continuously try to attack the animals in the Tree of Life, which is thwarted by the Lion Guard and the Night Pride. No sooner has the zebra foal been born when he emits a loud bray, which attracts the attention of Janja and his minions, Cheezi and Chungu. After Mtoto's mistake, Kion decides to run a stealth-surround drill, in which the team attempts to sneak up on him without alerting him to their presence. With the galagos riding on Beshte's back, the Lion Guard proceeds to the galagos' tree, where they see the leopard resting in its branches. Kion sends Ono to find the scorpion, and together, the Lion Guard chases him into the Outlands. With a proud Kion in the lead, the herds set out, and "A Trail to Hope" plays as the combined herds follow Kion through the Pride Lands. Trotz der Tatsache, dass dieser Kion the lion king vielleicht leicht überdurchschnittlich viel kosten mag, spiegelt der Preis sich auf jeden Fall in den Testkriterien Langlebigkeit und Qualität wider. Later, Ono laments having caused Makuu's float to awaken early. The Lion Guard rushes to their aid and defeats the three groups. The team questions a gibbon on where the staff could be, but he panics when they mention Tuliza. Kion greets Madoa and two hyena pups, but the young ones shy away from him. Zira counters that Kion has left her no choice, for he has sided with Jasiri and her clan over the Outsiders. However, the rock simply rolls the other way and disappears into the floodwaters. However, Mtoto begs Beshte to stay, and the hippopotamus invites Mtoto to watch them train. Mtoto does as he is told, and the paint disappears, prompting the bees to fly away. At the Tree of Life, Beshte attempts to move a rock that is trapping the Night Pride in the Tree of Life, but is thwarted by Ora and his minions. Kion is a featured article, which means it has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the Disney Wiki community. Together, Anga and Ono depart to ask for Hadithi for help. Timon becomes frustrated with the Lion Guard for being unable to speak their lines while holding the symbolic Branch of Peace in their mouths. Bunga and Rani, who are suspicious of Kion's refusal to use the Roar despite already being healed, go to Chika Escarpment after Makini reveals that Askari had mastered the Roar at the same place. Fuli is doubtful of their claims, but before the Lion Guard can question them, the brothers take hold of Ushari the snake and toss him at a baobab fruit for fun. Sensing Kion's change of heart, Zira claims that she knows the Roar's powers better and that Kion must listen to her. However, another sandstorm strikes, erasing their footprints and shifting the landscape so that they do not recognize where they are. The baboons realize that they have been caught and return to Uroho. In Season 3, as a teenager, after Ushari poisoned Kion with his venom, causing him to lose control of his roar and his temper. Rani retorts that it had been a long time ago. Kion gifts Mtoto with the mark of the Lion Guard. As Kion continues to fend off the Outsiders, Zira arrives and mocks him for being unable to use his Roar. Eventually, Beshte gets the idea to summon Yun Mibu for help. Kion and the Lion Guard interrogate a trapped Goigoi. After relating their stories to each other, they realize that Fuli may just want to be left alone, and they resolve to find her and promise to let her be herself from now on. Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to blast Kenge, Janja, Cheezi, and Chungu back into the Outlands. During the final battle between the army and the Pride Landers, Scar ordered his cobra minion Ushari to attack Kion, injecting him with snake venom and branding him with the Mark of Evil. The baboon leader clarifies that it had been him who had called Mbeya clumsy and then accuses Mbeya of having bumped into him. The gazelles point out a shadow against a nearby ravine, and the Lion Guard sees the outline of a tall, spiked figure. After the song, Kion tells Zira that they have very different ideas about how lions should act. Kifaru reacts obliviously, and the Lion Guard explains that he had shaken the baboons out of their tree and trampled every tree in his path. After the argument, Kion instructs Fuli to rest while the other members of the Lion Guard help Bunga find Utamu grubs. Makuu orders Kiburi to back down and then deals more reasonably with Kion, agreeing to meet with Simba in order to discuss water rations for his float. He then asks Ono for a report on Kilio Valley. The Lion Guard hurries away to rescue them. Kion resolves to find the mother of the hammerkop egg left in Ono's nest. After the promise is made, a shy Mtoto approaches his idol, Beshte, and suggests that the real Lion Guard play with them. Later, Kion and the Lion Guard faced a new threat: the revived spirit of Kion's great-uncle Scar, who sought revenge against Simba. Makini attempts to share her memories with Kion and the Guard. Despite this, she sidles up beside Kiara and sneaks up on a gazelle. They then look for Bunga to show him that Ono has been healed. Seeing Kovu behind her, Kion thinks that Kovu means her harm, but Kiara reveals that Zira's pride has joined the Pride Landers, except for Zira, whom Kovu reveals to have died. With his staff, he shows that the zebra herd hadn't been running toward the rocks, but away from them after they'd fallen. He stresses the importance of Udugu and reminds the cubs that they will one day be responsible for the kingdom of the Pride Lands. Kion loses his patience with Bunga, showing how he is affected by the snake venom. Just then, Makini arrives, having followed the Guard's pawprints, and Kion reluctantly allows her to join the quest. After speaking with Rafiki, Kion joins the rest of the Lion Guard and declares that their duty is to protect the Pride Lands. After the rescue, Kion thanks them for saving his life and tells them that their bravery makes for good prince material. Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to create a rainstorm. The herds follow Kion to Pride Rock, where Makini's baobab tree seed has survived the fire. Kion inherited dark ear rims from Simba. After their talk, Kion notices something on the ground and rushes off to speak to the Pride Landers. Zira simply says that lions must stick together and intimidates Jasiri into leaving the watering hole. He offers Jasiri and her clan a place in the Pride Lands for protection, but she insists that they must protect their turf. The Lion Guard finds Anga in a grove of trees, and she agrees to help them find the source of the fire sticks. Kion, however, is not swayed and tells her that she is not welcome in the Pride Lands so long as he is around. Horrified, he realizes that the rocks are going to fall on the zebra herd, and so with the Lion Guard's help, he steers the zebras to safety, and the rock falls harmlessly to the earth. Though Kion is hesitant to interfere with Outlands business, Simba encourages him to save the jackal for the sake of Kupatana. He approaches the Pride Landers once the Lion Guard has calmed them and admits that he has had knowledge of Scar's return for some time. Beshte insists on saving them, much to Kion's annoyance. Kion defends Jasiri from Nuka, an adolescent Outsider. On the way home, Mtoto questions whether the Zimwi can be real or not, and Kion points out the ludicrousness of a creature having eight legs. At that moment, the Lion Guard notices Thurston speaking to a rock and figures that it must be Kinyonga at work. Kion looks instead to Ono for guidance, and he leads them down a path through the trees at the base of the mountains. • Reflections of Mufasa • Spirit • Battle for Pride Rock • Remember • Never Too Late • Mbube While Anga looks for Tuliza, Bunga inadvertently annoys Kion. Reluctantly, Janja gives up the fight. Across the savanna, the Pride Landers continue to train together. However, in the middle of the lesson, Nirmala is called away to deal with Makucha's army. Later that day, the Kupatana celebration begins, and the animals witness the blooming of the baobab blossoms. Scar tries to warn Kion that his roar will only cause the volcano to erupt, but Kion informs Scar that he knows more about the roar than Scar ever did. The Night Pride takes on Makucha and his allies, defeating them easily, as they do not work well together. After Kion's decision, Vitani questions Kion on what it means to master the Roar, and Kion demonstrates by picking up Pride Rock with the power of the Roar, which amazes Vitani. Kion relents and the next day, together with the Guard and Makini, begins their travel to the Tree of Life to cure the venom inside Kion and to restore Ono's eyesight from infectious volcanic fumes. In the Outlands, Jasiri is attacked by an adolescent lion named Nuka, who reprimands her for returning to the watering hole. While Fuli leads the aardwolves to safety, Kion pins Reirei to the cave floor and orders her to go home. Bunga starts to chase Mtoto when the young elephant suddenly pulls to a halt, listening intently. Back in the Outlands, Scar gets word of Sumu's success and directs his army to intercept them. The plan works, and the giraffes gratefully flood back into their cleared water hole. At first, the team cannot decipher where the unstoppable force is, but then Kion realizes that it is their reflection - or the Lion Guard itself - that is the unstoppable force. This only worsens Timon's mood, and not even Bunga and Pumbaa can cheer him up. Once above ground, the friends are met by Beshte, Fuli, and Ono, who were putting out the fire and searching for their missing friends. At the end of the canyon, Nne and Tano trap the herd of oryxes and move in for the kill. • "Call of the Drongo" • "Paintings and Predictions" • "The Mbali Fields Migration" • "Bunga and the King" • "The Imaginary Okapi" • "Too Many Termites" • "The Trouble With Galagos" • "Janja's New Crew" • "Baboons!" Together, they force Makucha to leave the Pride Lands, and the leopard departs in search of easier prey. With the jackals defeated, the Lion Guard leads the aardwolves home. The Lion Guard struggles to climb up a mountain on their way to the Tree of Life. Simba explains that he must recognize and respect the traditions of other species, even if he doesn't always agree with them. Not long after, the Night Pride arrives, and Baliyo attacks the Lion Guard. When the Lion Guard returns to the Pride Lands, they report back to Simba at Pride Rock. While on patrol, Beshte notices Bunga's somber mood, and Bunga admits that he wishes he could help his uncles meet Dandy Claws for Christmas. After Tupp's departure, Kion decides to go back the way they had come. The wise king tells Kion to trust his instincts and promises that he will always be there to guide him. Kion competes against Vitani in the Battle of the Lion Guards. He also enlisted Jasiri's help who has formed the hyena resistance to fight against Scar and his army. Kion attempts to convince Simba that Makuu is untrustworthy. This causes the team to realize that the four white "flowers" are really stars. Background information After clearing Thurston the zebra and his herd from their path, the Lion Guard successfully leads the cape buffalo to a watering hole, where the tsetse flies are warded off. Just then, Ono informs the Lion Guard that the crocodiles, hyenas, and jackals are attacking Big Springs. Once he realizes that they are simply passing through, he offers to help them find their way out. Though Kion tries to reassure Ono that the Lion Guard can get by without him, Ono insists on proving himself and attempts to show off his keen sight to his friends. Kion is hesitant to place her in so much danger, but Kinyonga insists that she has ventured undetected in the Outlands before, to which Kion reluctantly agrees to her plan. The team rushes to Pride Rock, where Kion tackles Makuu to the ground. Simba overhears the fight and arrives to find Kiburi's lackeys defeated. Kion returns to the Tree of Life where he marries Rani, officially being crowned as King of the Tree of Life with his family and friends celebrating their union as Mufasa, Janna, and Askari smile down proudly from the heavens as the Great Kings roar in celebration. He offers to guide them out of his territory, and despite Fuli's protests, Kion accepts the offer. Bunga quickly suggests a different route, and Beshte and Fuli support him until the team takes the new route, through a neck-deep, muddy river. After the genets run off, Kion chastises Bunga for unnecessarily frightening the genets and instructs him to not tell anyone else about the Zimwi. Just then, Fuli approaches and reports that the baby baboon is home safely. Kion insists that Makuu is dishonest, but Simba accuses Kion of having ruined the Summit, not Makuu. He reports back to Kion, who expresses guilt over Beshte's predicament and tells Ono to search for hippo footprints. Ono then assures Kion that they're close, though he voices his worries about an oncoming storm. The Lion King 1½: Ma • Uncle Max • Iron Joe • Meerkat Colony Shortly afterward, the Lion Guard finds their way blocked by a procession of peacocks. At sunrise, Kion expresses satisfaction with the animals' performances, but Bunga declares that they still need more practice. Kion encourages Basi to rest his injured leg. At the start of his training sessions, Badili struggles to act confidently, but over time, he learns to face his fears and be strong and swift. That night, Kion watches as Makini paints for the royal family. Although Kion is capable of acknowledging his mistakes and learning from them as well, as well as the fact that he is not above apologizing or admitting when he is wrong, he can be prideful when pitted against his older sister, Kiara. Bewildered, Kifaru admits that he had wondered why there were so many trees on the path to Lake Matope. Kion urges the antelope to move, but Bupu and his herd refuse to cooperate. Fearing for Bunga and Hamu's safety, the Lion Guard charges off to rescue them. On his way up, he slips and falls, but manages to catch himself and rejoin the team. Just then, Nirmala is called away to join the rest of the Night Pride, leaving Kion alone to worry over the team's fate. The cubs rush into the thorns and each try to take different paths, but both find themselves in too great of pain to continue. Across the Pride Lands, Kion and the Lion Guard attempt to save a pair of hippopotamuses and Zito the elephant from dry lightning. Several days later, the Lion Guard is lounging in the Lair of the Lion Guard when they notice that the den has become overrun with termites. Created for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), the game retells the story of the popular film. Yuki, the matriarch, explains that they want a hot spring with plenty of available food and no trees for large birds to nest in. The next day, Beshte braces himself for his audition with the Bellow Fellows. Badili thanks the Lion Guard for believing in him, but Kion quickly corrects him, reminding Badili that he had believed in himself. Die Betreiber dieses Portals haben es uns zur Aufgabe gemacht, Verbraucherprodukte unterschiedlichster Art auf Herz und Nieren zu überprüfen, damit Verbraucher unkompliziert den Kion the lion king kaufen können, den Sie zuhause kaufen möchten. This time, they fight in front of Dhahabu, who is incredulous at their skills. The Night Pride arrives, only for the Lion Guard to take over the shift and defeat the army. Kion and the team does as they are told, escorting Makuu and his float to their own private water hole, but the water hole proves to be too crowded and uncomfortable for the crocodiles. To celebrate Ajabu's new status as a Pride Lander, the Lion Guard decides to play hide-and-seek with him. However, as he is leading Kifaru, Bunga becomes so distracted by eating ticks that he fails to notice a cliff in their path. She questions Kion as to why he is in the Outlands, and Jasiri explains that she has brought Kion here to sort out the water dispute. Nearing the end of his healing, he becomes unsure of leading the guard without the Roar because he can't control it like he used to. In better spirits, Beshte comes before the Bellow Fellows and completes a series of bellows. The Lion Guard continues their journey, passing familiar landmarks, such as the marsh, the mountains, and more ("As You Move On"). Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to prevent Zazu from falling into lava. Kion leads the Lion Guard in preventing Janja and his minions from stealing the elephants' melons. Kion continually fails to jump on a log due to his impatience. In doing so, he knocks the baboons from their trees, and they charge into a herd of cape buffalo, inciting a stampede. With everyone trailing behind him, he goes off to tell his adopted uncles, Timon and Pumbaa, just as Rafiki finishes what he had been saying, that honey badgers are only smart when they think before they speak. The hawk lets go of the hyrax, who falls to the savanna floor, and Ono rushes to save it despite its small weight. Remake: Life's Not Fair • Rafiki's Fireflies • Scar Takes the Throne • Simba is Alive! Along the way, Kion's scar causes him so much pain that he accidentally uses the Roar on Bunga. However, the branch breaks, and the Utamu fall into the river below. Kion decides to return, as it is the Lion Guard's duty. At Mizimu Grove, Rafiki and Simba announce the celebration, and Timon and Pumbaa perform their song ("Tujiinue"). Kion and Fuli then track Makini and Ono by scent. Once there, the Lion Guard is met by Kiburi, who claims to simply be visiting. She then blames Simba for Scar's fall from the throne of the Pride Lands, and Kion yells that Scar had never been the true king. While the rest of the Guard rescues her, Janja tricks Kion by getting him to use the Roar out of anger, causing the volcano to erupt. Vitani argues that she's the future king's older sister, so she and her lionesses should be the Lion Guard. The team ventures toward it, only to stop at the edge of the sea, where they briefly meet a dolphin named Lumba-Lumba before continuing toward the island. Before Kion can answer, they are interrupted by the arrival of the Lion Guard, who are ready to return to the Pride Lands. The Lion Guard finds a moja kwa moja stone at a dry riverbed. Meanwhile, Bunga and Fuli have been cornered by Janja and his hyenas at the volcano. Just then, Ono spots another dust devil, and Kion leads the team to the site of the storm. Kion warns Chuluun to leave the red pandas alone, but she asserts that she follows her own rules. Unbeknownst to Janja himself, Scar has the vultures to set the Pride Rock on fire to kill them all. The Lion Guard crosses a scorching desert. Though reluctant, the hawk agrees. Up: Carl Fredricksen • Dug • Kevin • Russell In the middle of Bunga's feast, Ono flies in and informs the team that a tree in Mekundu Cliffs is about to collapse with a colony of bats inside. His shout frightens some gazelles who are sheltering in the bushes, and they beg the Lion Guard not to hurt them, for they had simply been hiding. Janja explains what Scar had told him about Kion's ability to defeat Scar once and for all. The Fox and the Hound: Tod • Copper Zira returns to the watering hole and explains to Jasiri that she and Kion have come to an agreement that the watering hole belongs to lions only, which prompts Jasiri to retort that Kion would never agree to such a thing. Ono happens to notice the danger and warns Kion of the situation. Kion teases his sister Kiara, reflecting his sarcastic and prideful side. Kion scares Janja into aborting his mission to cut off the Pride Lands' water supply. She then tells him that he should stay at the Tree of Life, surprising Kion. After the fight, Kion thanks Kifaru and Mwenzi for their help. He paws at his scar, and Fuli worries over him. Kiara and Kovu take the Lion Guard back to the Pride Rock and after Kion reunites with Simba and Nala, they explain everything that had happened that led to the merging of the two prides while the Lion Guard was away. Not long after this, a banished Cheezi and Chungu are caught up in a mudslide, and the Lion Guard comes to their aid, rescuing them from the fast-flowing mud. in Swahili. Ono does as he is commanded, following the dry riverbed to see if he can spot any sign of Beshte, while the rest of the Lion Guard follows. He commands Beshte to knock over a dead tree and starts to cross to save the clipspringer. Kion wonders if the souvenir is a problem, to which Sokwe replies that the snow ball is perfect. Thurston suggests a competition to determine which team is better, and both Lion Guards agree to the challenge. Kion assures his friends that it is just the wind and suggests that the little ones sleep together that night in order to feel safe. Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to put out the fire, and the Pride Landers thank him for saving them. Kion continues to Roar in order to hold the water back while the Lion Guard rescues nearby animals. The Lion Guard catches Janja and his minions, Cheezi and Chungu, attempting to steal a supply of melons from the elephants, who need the fruits' moisture to survive the dry season. After the departure of Bupu, Nyuni, and Zazu, Fuli critiques Zazu's nosiness, to which Kion reminds her that it is part of his job to know the business of the Pride Landers. Simba then turns on Kion, angrily explaining that he had included Makuu in the Summit to gain his trust and include the crocodiles in their proceedings. The Lion Guard watches anxiously, fearing the worst, until Kion emerges from the mud with the hare safely in tow. Monsters, Inc.: Sulley • Mike • Boo • Randall • Celia • Roz • Fungus • George Sanderson With negotiations reinitiated, Simba compliments Kion for his work. Kion helps rescue Cheezi and Chungu from a mudslide. Unbeknownst to Kion, his conversation is being overheard by a young female mandrill. She then gets an idea. The team realizes that Hafifu and Majinuni are deliberately prolonging the journey and confront the gorillas over the matter. After Makucha gets away, the Lion Guard resolves to stop him, since no one in the Pride Lands knows that leopards are hunters. He is a member of the Night Pride and the king of the Tree of Life through his marriage to Rani. In the middle of the game, a group of galagos sprints onto the scene, yelling for help. The two travel around the territory, enjoying their time together while helping troubled animals, and finally confess their love for each other. However, the irritation in Kion's scar causes him to snap at her and insist that he is fine. The Lion Guard quickly takes chase. However, Kion can be prideful when pitted against his sister, Kiara. Rani assures Kion that everyone has their own scar and that he might actually feel better if he speaks with his grandfather. With the hyenas gone, the baboons reveal that they are following Ma Tembo to a new water source. A delighted Beshte starts to introduce them to his new friend, Ajabu, but the okapi disappears before his eyes. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White • Evil Queen • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Bashful • Sneezy • Sleepy • Dopey While following the dung beetles, Bunga tells his friends about the day he'd met his uncles, Timon and Pumbaa, after which Bunga attempts to climb a tree to fetch some Utamu for his uncles. Though Makuu is bothered by Kion's bias, he backs off. Presently, the Lion Guard overhears Beshte crying "Twende Kiboko", and they rush ahead. Deleted: To Be King • Warthog Rhapsody • The Lion of the Moon • Old Fearless Buzz • The Madness of King Scar • Where Do I Belong, Pooh and Pals: Pooh • Tigger • Piglet • Eeyore • Rabbit • Owl • Roo • Kanga • Gopher • Christopher Robin • Lumpy Eventually, the team stops for a break at a watering hole, but Kion cuts the break short, insisting that they should keep moving. As Janja chases a zebra around a large rock, Kion decides to climb an overhanging tree branch in order to ambush him, but Bunga races after him, tackling him to the ground. The Lion Guard: Lair of the Lion Guard • Janja's Den • Tree of Life, Instrumental Scores: This Land • Hyenas • ...To Die For • Under the Stars • King of Pride Rock • Didn't Your Mother Tell You Not to Play with Your Food • We are All Connected • Hyenas in the Pride Lands • Elephant Graveyard • I Was Just Trying to Be Brave • Stampede • Mufasa Dies • If You Ever Come Back We'll Kill You • Bowling for Buzzards • We Gotta Bone to Pick With You • Kings of the Past • Nala, is It Really You?
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