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Zira went back at looked at Kiara, stuggling to keep herself on the edge. He knew that he'd soon be dead and meet them all in the stars, but he also wanted to =P There are a lot of brilliantly descriptive synonyms, and they can add a lot of Posts: Joined: Fri Mar 19, pm: Gender: Male. Soon after meeting her, they were both very nearly killed by the wild She happened to be hunting in the grasses nearby when she spotted Kovu trying to befriend Kiara, He gazed up in fear at king Simba at first, not having a clue as to . soar, "I-I want to live with y-you in the Pride Lands, king S-Simba!. Voice Actors: The Lion King, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride- James Earl . Info: Two monkeys with the annoying tendency to speak in a rapid series of synonyms. Son of Mufasa and Sarabi, nephew of Scar, mate of Nala, father of Kopa and Kiara. . pride and temporarily befriends Simba until he can find his mom again.

You can't do that! She figured out what Simba was doing now, and to say that it angered her would've been a gross understatement. She barred her teeth, growled, and took another firm step forward, making Kovu hide his face against Simba's fur in fear. You will not be taking my son, Simba! Now as long as he's here, he will not be harmed!

No heartless tyrant would ever do something like this just for him. He glanced over to Kiara, who was curled up against herself in fear of Zira's outbursts. Even with Simba holding onto him, he knew he wasn't safe from his own mother.

And so, Kovu duck his head deep into Simba's fur, preparing for the worst. But the worst never came for him. Just as Zira was about to attack, Nala lunged forth on instinct and blocked Zira from her mate, dragging her down to the ground in the process.

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Seeing what was happening, Nala and Zira began to suddenly claw at each other fiercely. Seeing that the situation was escalating quickly, the other three lionesses took action and ran over to Nala, helping her to fight off Zira. She showed no mercy to any of them, clawing and biting at their necks, their faces, and their eyes. Nala could feel her skin get pierced several times, but she took hardly any notice of it.

Simba was about to lurch forth like she did, but when she saw this, the queen shouted, "Simba, stay there! He knew he had to keep the cub under protection if he was going to follow through with what he knew he had to. He gently put his other paw upon his head, stroking the black tuft of fur on it gently. Dust flew up into the air as she tried to push her forth onto the ground and deliver the final blow. But not a second too late, Nala used her back legs to push and then flip Zira over, where she had her pinned, just as she had done on many occasions with Simba before.

The malicious lioness tried to fight it and get her off, but it was no use; Nala was too strong for her at the moment. The queen brought her face in close to Zira's, making her eyes widen in sudden fear. Nala's sapphire-blue eyes seemed sharper than they ever did to her. Look at the poor cub, he's miserable because of you! Remember that you were the one who exiled us in the first place, this is your fault!

Kovu is my son, and I will do what I like with him! She unsheathed her claws and gripped them around Zira's neck, prepared to slash it and end her life at any moment now. Zira gazed over in fear when she felt the random lioness prepare for it. Even Nala appeared caught off-guard. Zira gulped and, for the first time in her life, cowered as she listened to this Pride Lander's sudden rant through gritted teeth.

You wouldn't know true love if it clawed you in the face, you shrew! And don't try to blame this on us, Zira! You're on our land, and you'll do exactly what we say! Simba and Nala exiled you for a reason and you know it! Even if we did, you didn't need to treat anyone like this, let alone your own children! What kind of sick mother do you think you even are?! With you they'd probably be dead before they even reach adulthood!

And then he looked over to Nala, who still had Zira pinned beneath her. Was this truly the tyrant, heartless queen that Zira had spoken of? Her of all lionesses, who seemed to care so much for her pride and an Outsider cub she had only just met? Eventually, Zira tightly shut her eyes and took a deep breath. She knew she had no other choice but to leave. If she wanted any chance at avenging Scar in the future, she couldn't have her life ended right there, nor could she leave Nuka or Vitani in the care of the other lionesses in her pride Mainly because she didn't trust them to do it.

Reluctantly, and with her whole body shaking, she stood back up as Nala finally got up off of her, never taking her eyes off of the Outsider lioness just in case she should attack again. The dust around them from the quarrel began to settle. All four of the Pride Lander huntresses were glaring at her, expectedly enough. Zira stood there in the dirt for a moment, took one last look at Kovu, and eventually scowled up to the king. One day, I'll have Kovu back in my paws, and when I do, I'll finish training him to kill every last one of you!

Zira turned away, preparing to run off at last. But just before she did, she screamed as loud as her lungs would allow, "Some heir you are, Kovu! They heard her ranting to herself as she did, and it took a while for the sounds of her running and fuming to subside. Then, silence fell upon the place when the last of the dust calmed. It was all over. Zira was gone now, and the young, brown cub finally lifted his head out of Simba's fur to see once he stopped hearing her voice.

He looked up to the king with tears in his eyes. He couldn't believe it. It felt as though a great shadow had just been lifted from his life, and that a lifelong wound was healed by the Great Kings themselves. He was no longer with Zira. Kovu let go of Simba's paw, stood up and walked forth, surrounded by the four lionesses who had just fought off Zira.

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None of them knew what to say. The cub nodded, prompting the lion to finally smile at him a few seconds later. He had to be dreaming.

He knew he had to have been.

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Never before had he experienced a miracle such as this, and now here it was happening before his very eyes. As an answer, Simba walked over to him, kneeled down and placed his paw on his back, stroking it gently. You're one of us now. She went over to Kovu and looked at him for a moment, not having a clue as to what to say or do. His emerald green eyes stared intently at her. But just then, Kovu abruptly leaned into her and rested his head on her shoulder, pulling her in with his paws for a tight embrace.

He began to cry again as he did, only this time, he wept tears of joy. His prayers had just been answered. He was a Pride Lander now. Kovu licked Kiara's cheek, making her giggle. Although she had regretted ever coming to the Outlands only minutes ago, she now saw that at the very least, it had led to this. It was somewhat inspired by the Tom Stoppard 's play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Deadin which the titular characters are seen in every major event of Hamlet.

Ina change in writers and a new director meant the show became aimed more towards children than the whole family. As a result of this, ratings declined and the show was cancelled.

As of February 8, after its final airing on the now-defunct Toon Disneythis show is no longer on the air. The series had a direct-to-video film named Around the World with Timon and Pumbaa. The story tells of Pumbaa getting stuck by lightning, losing his memory, and Timon helps refrain every moment they spent. After Pumbaa get his memory back, lightning strikes Timon losing his memory this time, making Pumbaa break the fourth wall by telling the viewers to rewind the tape to start at the beginning, being it was the only way to help Timon remember.

Several episodes from the series are featured in this film. Broadway musical Main article: Directed by Julie Taymor and produced by Disney Theatricalthe musical features actors in animal costumes as well as giant, hollow puppets.

The musical is divided in two acts with the first act ending when Simba transforms from cub into adult lion and has music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Ricealong with the musical score created by Hans Zimmer with choral arrangements by Lebo M.

The musical became a success even before premiering on Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theater on October 15, in previews with the official opening on November 13, On June 13,the Broadway production moved to the Minskoff Theatre to make way for the musical version of Mary Poppinswhere it is still running. Games Two video games based on the first film have been released. It was later seen on the SNES.

It opened in January 21, replacing Symbiosis. Compared to the said film, Circle of Life is more an edutainment attraction and more kid-friendly. In the film, Timon and Pumbaa are chopping down trees and clogging up rivers to build the Hakuna Matata Lakeside Village. Simba comes to them and explains how their actions are harmful to nature. This lesson is explained with live-action footage, some left over from Symbiosis. It uses the concept of tribal celebration in combination with ideas from Disney's Electrical Parade.

The show is in the form of a revue, and not a condensed version of either the film or Broadway show. However, it features the award-winning music from the first film, written by Elton John and Tim Rice. The show uses songs, dance, puppetry and visual effects to create an African savanna setting filled with lions, elephants, giraffes, birds, zebras and gazelles.

It was designed as though the story of Simba was a tale passed down in Africa for generations. If she wouldn't be able to leave her parents' watchful eyes throughout the day, the only viable solution was to sneak out in the middle of the night when everyone was asleep. The day seemed to go by faster than Kiara would have liked as she slowly realized the dangers and risks her planned involved.

Suddenly the idea of leaving the safety of her home to wander the savannah in the middle of the night where there could be predators looking for dinner didn't sound so good. But despite the odds not being in her favor Kiara was still determined to properly say goodbye to Kovu. The moment the sun set Nala went after Kiara and brought her back to Pride Rock.

Considering that was the first day of the new regime Simba and Nala had established for her Kiara didn't say a word when Nala carried her all the way by the scruff.

Simba was still nowhere in sight, but usually he was the last to come in, so Kiara just made herself comfortable next to Nala hoping her father wouldn't pick to lie down by her other side.

By the time Nala had fallen asleep Kiara noticed Simba finally stepping in and cursed inwardly when he lied down by Kiara's other side, keeping her trapped between both her parents. Any other day Kiara would have been happy to sleep by Simba's soft mane, but that night in particular it only made things more complicated.

Keeping her eyes closed to not rise any suspicion Kiara waited for Simba to fall asleep, and only when she was sure his breathing was slow and steady did she open her eyes.

Thankfully neither Simba or Nala had their paws close to her, so Kiara only focused in carefully wiggling out from between them without waking either up. When she finally jumped out to freedom Kiara peeked behind her to make sure they were both still asleep, and sighed relieved at seeing they hadn't budged an inch. Avoiding the other sleeping lionesses Kiara ran outside with a determined smile on her face.

Being the light sleeper that she was the subtle patting of paws against rock woke Nala up. She opened her eyes to barely catch a glimpse of a small tail exiting the den, and was able to put two and two together at seeing Kiara was gone. Frowning preoccupied Nala stood up and decided to save Simba any more worries by letting him sleep.

Whatever Kiara was planning to do it couldn't be good. Going the same way Kiara had ran off to Nala saw not so far ahead her daughter climbing down Pride Rock and going on a straight line deeper into the savannah.

Curiosity got the best of her, so instead of directly stopping Kiara Nala decided to follow her closely behind. As Kiara kept going she was pleasantly surprised at not encountering anyone.

In the distance she only saw a couple of Aardwolves that looked confused in her direction and at times the sound of the breeze against leaves took her by surprise, but travelling in the tall grass made her feel somewhat safer.

However when Kiara got closer and closer to the cliff with the crocodile lake at the bottom her heartbeat began to race. She wouldn't be able to cross it again on her own to go look for Kovu, and there was no telling if he would come out here too, so all Kiara could do was hope that by some chance Kovu would appear.

The stakes weren't clearly in her favor, but it was still worth a shot. Stopping right at the edge of the cliff Kiara sat down and stared deeply into the darkness on the other side.

She couldn't see anything. If there was indeed someone over there she couldn't tell. A few yards behind Nala watched hidden in the grass how Kiara kept calling for the young cub, not entirely sure what her daughter planned to do if he did show up.

There was the sound of grass ruffling coming from the other side, and Kiara's ears perked up in excitement.