The Lion Guard follows the Night Pride through the pass until they behold the Tree of Life for the first time. Shujaa agrees, and the two move off together to train. Outside, Ono sees that Janna was right, as he can no longer see in such detail. Soon after, the log flies over a waterfall, splashing everyone with water as they reach the mouth of the river. Mint with mint tags (with heart & tush tags). At the same moment, he sees the hyenas returning to the melon patch with Kenge. That night, Fuli watches as Makini paints for the royal family. With the scorpion gone, the Lion Guard returns to Pride Rock, where Simba has weakened severely. After Pua's defeat, the Lion Guard gathers in the Lair of the Lion Guard, where Ono makes an attempt to mask Bunga's stink. After the show, Fuli and the Lion Guard approach Uroho and congratulate him on an entertaining show. After some encouragement from Azaad, both teams head over to solve the problem together. Shortly after, a rockslide occurs, breaking the path between the Guard and the herd. They then implore the red pandas to join them in defeating Chuluun. As a teenager, Fuli has started to develop a bit of a calmer disposition and tries to act as the voice of reason for Kion, when he gets temperamental and aggressive. The Pride Landers then resolve to assault the Outlands and use Kion's Roar to take out Scar. The lion guard Fuli past Fanfiction. At sunset, the Pride Landers gather at Lake Matope to watch the mashindano. Just then, the trio sees Kion about to climb a tree. Kion nominates Ono to the position, and Simba accepts the suggestion. Having said goodbye, Kion and the rest of the Guard leave. The Lion Guard decides to bring both Kion and Ono before Rafiki for healing. Kion arrives and compliments the hippos, with Bunga adding that everyone loves the new hippo lanes. When Thurston the zebra and members of his herd get stuck in a dry riverbed, the Lion Guard arrives to help. Makuu begrudgingly agrees to help, but his training is too rigorous and ruthless for the other Pride Landers to master. At Mizimu Grove, Rafiki and Simba announce the celebration, and Timon and Pumbaa perform their song ("Tujiinue"). After meeting with Simba atop Pride Rock, Dhahabu is escorted on a tour around the kingdom by Kiara, Tiifu, and Zuri. Fuli calms Twiga and her herd of giraffes. There is a brief struggle, but Makuu and his float manage to overpower the Lion Guard and trap them in the midst of the water. Kion resolves to find help, while the rest of the Lion Guard stays behind to combat the fire. Impatient, Kion bulls his way through, purposefully knocking over one of the peacocks. The Lion Guard struggles to escape the tidal wave, which decimates the island and causes Makini to lose her tuliza. Ono does as he is instructed and informs Kion that Scar's army has remained in the valley. 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. She comments on how strange it is that all the Outlanders have been banding together, and Kion explains that they are all fighting under Scar's banner. Fuli also shows concern for Kinyonga when she volunteers to enter the Outlands and spy on their behalf. Shortly after escaping Ono, Fuli runs into Beshte, who convinces her to take a dip in the water with him. This is also why Kion chose her to be the second in command of the lion guard. However, the Lion Guard decides to host a meeting at the Tree of Life where Beshte can earn the animals' trust back. Despite the Lion Guard's presence, Bupu attacks Makuu, who attempts to defend himself until Kion chastises him again, claiming that he will not let anyone ruin the Savannah Summit, "especially" not Makuu. Rafiki orders everyone to leave Simba to his recovery. With a proud Kion in the lead, the herds set out, and "A Trail to Hope" plays as the combined herds follow the Lion Guard through the Pride Lands. From overhead, Ono spots a canyon into which the Lion Guard can chase the antelope, and Kion leads the Guard in herding the team into the canyon. Timon becomes frustrated with Fuli for being unable to speak their lines while holding the symbolic Branch of Peace in their mouths. Bunga tells Ono that Boboka and her son have already entered the Flood Plains, and Ono panics that they will get lost in the reeds. Fuli attempts to save the baby hammerkop from danger, but arrives too late to stop her from falling into the raging water. A short while later, Makini tells Fuli and the Guard that hyenas have kidnapped Kiara. After the rescue, Fuli scolds the hawk, and Kion tells her that she must hunt in her own territory in order to uphold the Circle of Life. Female Kion attempts to lead Fuli and the team in rescue, but they get caught in a cloud of tsetse flies, which prevents them from moving quickly. Bunga arrives with Kion's message, but is distracted by a race between Fuli and Ono. A furious Kion confronts him for his wrongdoing, and Tamaa admits that he's been the one scaring off animals in order to steal their food. Just then, the pack's leader Domog approaches and explains that their pack has been haunted by an invisible force that has driven them from their homes. Fuli let out a sudden gasp when she felt Kion's throbbing length rest against her entrance. The team leaps into battle, but Kenge manages to bite Kion, Fuli, and Beshte, paralyzing them. Kion continues to Roar in order to hold the water back while the Lion Guard rescues nearby animals. Just then, Makuu defeats Kiburi in the mashindano. After travelling for a while, the Lion Guard soon come across what Azaad calls the Great Stone Wall, noting they're not so far from the Pride Lands now. In Kilio Valley, the Lion Guard struggles to put out a widespread brush fire. One of the hares approaches the Lion Guard and informs them that the other hares are hiding in empty aardvark dens, and the team resolves to save them before they can get buried in mud. They eventually arrive in the Outlands, where they catch a glimpse of Pride Rock in the distance. As the team starts to cross a land bridge to the island, they are stopped by an old civet, who warns them about the dragons that inhabit the island. That last one's yours! They confront the leopard, who introduces himself as Makucha and dares the Guard to catch him, stating that only then will he leave. Fuli and the team defeat Janja and his lackeys, and the baboons thank the Lion Guard for saving their lives. However, the lair is occupied by Vitani's Lion Guard, and both teams start arguing over who should be the Lion Guard, with Kion pointing his team is real since they have the Mark and the Roar. Thurston Since he is a Pride Lander, Kion decides that it is their duty to save him. Ono points out that the troop had only entered the Outlands because they had been being chased by the Lion Guard. The Army of Scar besieges Makuu's float, with Kiburi targeting Makuu. FREE Shipping by Amazon. Across the Pride Lands, Kion laments having left Ono behind with Hadithi, as the tallest tree in the Pride Lands is difficult to climb. The Lion Guard watches questioningly as Bunga is honored by the red pandas. In a panic, they flee the ravine and startle the gazelles, who begin to gallop about the clearing. The herds follow Kion to Pride Rock, where Makini's baobab tree seed has survived the fire. Just then, Simba arrives with the lionesses of his pride. Later, the Lion Guard is helping the pangolins when Cheezi and Chungu attack them with red flowers. Though Fuli gets him to come with the others on patrol, Bunga remains suspicious of Kion. Fuli and the team move on, but along the way, they are frightened by Beshte's continued bellowing practice. Kion, however, refuses to leave, noting that the Lion Guard swore to protect the Tree of Life during the day. Kion X Tiifu Part 2. At peace once more, Kion implores his team to leave, but Makucha explains that a harmattan can last for weeks and that he does not want them staying in his territory for so long. The moment the Lion Guard departs, he and his float attack Makuu, using Hodari's lessons to evade their attacks and seize an effortless victory. 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 way! Revealing they will ride the tree down the river, Kion uses the Roar to conjure up some storm clouds, briefly scaring Janja as he reveals he is scared of lightning, much to Jasiri's amusement. Nearby, Thurston the zebra is aggravated by the storm and proclaims to the Lion Guard that they should be putting a stop to the dust devils. After Fuli is rescued, the Lion Guard travels to Hakuna Matata Falls, where they share in a feast of grubs. Eventually, Kion loses control and uses the Roar of the Elders on Baliyo. Later, Basi and Beshte overlook Bupu's herd grazing on the other side of the water. Fuli faces off with two members of Janja's clan. Back at Pride Rock, Zazu delivers his Morning Report, despite it being nighttime. Once to the Stone Forest, the Lion Guard struggles to fit between the pillars. Kion finally allows Fuli to snap, saying that she told him Bunga shouldn't be giving advice. Despite Scar's admission, Kion directs his team to leave, as he is worried about arriving too late to save his father. The Lion Guard rushes to the grove, where Laini begs them to save her galagos Bunga, Fuli, and Kion quickly pinpoint the galagos, who are trapped in a tree, and save them from the flames. Later, he returns to his team and admits it is his fault that they cannot enter the Tree of Life. After the Lion Guard delivers Basi to safety, Ono arrives with news that a herd of sable antelope are refusing to leave their grazing grounds, even though another storm is on the way. However, after getting to know Simba and Kiara, Kovu realized that Zira was wrong and changed sides. The Lion Guard's search continues, during which they run into a panicked Thurston. The Lion Guard heads to the Tree of Life instead and heads off Makucha, Chuluun, and Ora. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. However, they land on Fuli's back and refuse to get off until the rain stops, to which Fuli growls in annoyance. As they speak, the Lion Guard notices that Makuu is missing from the event, and Mtoto runs up with news that Makuu is speaking angrily near the watering hole. The Lion Guard then decides to make Christmas an annual holiday in the Pride Lands, and the gathered Pride Landers yell, "Merry Christmas! While attempting to sneak around the vultures, Fuli and the baby baboon attract the flock's attention, and Fuli formulates a plan to throw them off the trail. Bunga tries to argue that his uncles, Timon and Pumbaa, are the true heroes, since they distracted the hyenas, but the rest of the Lion Guard credits Simba with the victory. Kion then gets the idea to have the branch broken off at the end so that Bupu can carry the rest of the branch as well as Nyuni's nest in his horns. After the fiasco, the Lion Guard leads Hafifu and Majinuni to Pride Rock, where Kion relates the situation to his father, Simba. Fuli prevents Chungu from stealing one of the elephants' melons. Domog questions if they had found the Ghost of the Mountain, and the team explains that Chuluun is behind the ghostly attacks. Not long after the hyena incident, the Lion Guard happens across a zebra who is fervently trying to escape danger. With Dhahabu's permission, Kion leads the Pride Landers into Dhahabu Grove, where they join the zebras in enjoying the water. Kovu then joins the group, asking Vitani what's going on moments before Bunga does the same. The Lion Guard approaches Kion and declares that they are ready to return home. The bats fly over Fuli and the rest of the Guard. After the disaster, Kiara chides her brother for not listening to her. Fuli and the Lion Guard preside over the Savannah Summit. The Lion Guard is alerted to a hyena attack and arrives on the scene, demanding to know where the hyenas are. A herd of cape buffalo stampede across the Pride Lands, fleeing a cloud of tsetse flies, while Fuli and the Lion Guard attempt to calm them. The Lion Guard then shares in a hearty laugh. Ono gives the signal, and Kion roars into the trees, clearing them all of their branches. However, when she and Makini push on Kongwe's shell, the tortoise topples down the side of a shallow ravine. A shocked Lion Guard insists that Kion would never be a part of Zira's family, and Jasiri berates herself for having believed Zira's lies. After Makuu leaves, the animals return to their habitats, and Basi invites the crocodiles to return to Big Springs once the fish population spikes. This inspires the Pride Landers to remain in the kingdom and work together to defeat Scar. Mjomba is hesitant to comply until Bunga and Ono remind him that he will get to come home and feast on a kingdom overrun with termites. Fuli thanks Kion for understanding, but reassures him that she still enjoys the company of her friends and that she thinks of them as her family. Reluctantly, Janja gives up the fight. Ono scours the Outlands from above, but finds no traces of Beshte. 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. Together, Fuli and the Lion Guard set off in search of the Zimwi. When Fuli tells him to follow them, he still refuses, stating that they don't take orders from them. Eventually, the friends grow impatient and insist that Beshte wrap up his conversation. He congratulates his son on the victory and accepts this new, brilliant assembling of loyal animals. If Kion is unable to properly lead the Guard, Fuli assumes control in his place. Ono calls them over from the front of a clearing, claiming to have gotten them a seat up front. $29.99 $ 29. Though Fuli and the others encourage Kion to use the Roar of the Elders, the cub decides against it, not wanting to be like Scar and lash out in anger. The gazelles point out a shadow against a nearby ravine, and the Lion Guard sees the outline of a tall, spiked figure. The five return to Pride Rock, where Kiara reveals that there's been an invasion of baboons. As Beshte approaches, Ono questions him on the completion of the hippo lanes, and Beshte explains that he has been crossing the Flood Plains all day, delivering animals from one side to the other. Fuli and Ono check on the status of the pangolins, just as Bunga rushes up, out of breath. Hearing this, Rani worriedly asks if this means they'll be leaving, right now. Greatly relieved, Rani bids Kion and the Lion Guard farewell as she and the Night Pride go for their rest. After the fight, the Lion Guard realizes that Makini and Ono are missing and set off to find them. A saddened Beshte exiles himself from the Tree of Life, believing himself to be a true destroyer. Ma Tembo and the other Pride Landers depart, but Fuli and the Lion Guard linger to inspect the stripped tree. With the danger abated, the Lion Guard arrives at the iroko tree. Fuli rescues a hedgehog just before it is swallowed by the waves and joins the Guard in leading the herds of the animals to safety. Kion compliments his friends on their teamwork, and Azaad leads the team around the stone wall. No sooner have they done this when Kion spots a dry lightning storm in the distance and orders his team to protect any nearby Pride Landers. They question him as to why he is not training Makini, and he admits that he is trying to escape his noisy new neighbors. When Kion asks Fuli and Ono, if they had seen Goigoi, Fuli responds that she had not. This infuriates Rani. Beshte frees Mbeya, and the team escorts him back to the watering hole. After the attack, Kongwe advises Fuli to observe Makucha in order to defeat him. Just then, they see Bunga at the head of a parade, celebrating his great wisdom. Once again, Bunga tells Kion to use the Roar to solve the problem, but Kion insists that they use a different plan. With the gazelles safe, Kion expresses shame for having run from the Zimwi. The plan works, with the Lion Guard defeating Kiburi and Reirei in Mizimu Grove, and Jasiri and her clan blocking Janja's access to the Pride Lands with a rock slide. Once out of the Pride Lands, Janja blames Cheezi and Chungu for the trouble and orders them to leave the Outlands. Affiliations Even as a lion, your fur is still so soft.". Beshte tries to get a better look at the sinkhole, but his weight causes the walls to crumble, and Nala orders everyone to get back. Though usually wearing a confident smile, she is quick to grasp the seriousness of dangerous situations. Fuli and the Lion Guard take off to stop the danger and arrive on the scene to find Makuu arguing with Bupu, the antelope leader. Bunga then begins to eat the fallen baobab blossoms, and many of the Pride Landers join in, welcoming back the joy and encouragement of Kupatana. Janja and his cronies attempt to take advantage of their precarious position, but the rest of the Lion Guard shows up at the last second and helps Bunga and Fuli escape. Cheetah (by All) The Fastest (by All) Weird Looking Cheetah-Lion Thing (by Vuruga Vuruga)The Kitty (By Bunga) Young Cheetah (By Zazu and Kongwe) My dear (by Mwoga)My Royal Guard (By Dhahabu), Vuruga Vuruga)The Kitty (By Bunga) Young Cheetah (By Zazu and Kongwe) My dear (by Mwoga)My Royal Guard (By Dhahabu). After examining the rocks, Fuli comments that it's a shame Beshte was absent since he could easily move the rocks. Both teams agree to the competition while Thurston starts spreading the word. Bunga volunteers to keep the egg warm, but Ono worries that he will be too rough with it and decides to sit on the egg himself.
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