Just then, Jasiri tackles Kion to the ground, having been watching the skirmish. Anga reports back to the Lion Guard, and Kion suggests that they rally the kingdom's birds to help stop the vultures. Kion then summoned the Great Kings of the Past to judge and defeat Scar, while Bunga defeated Ushari. The Lion Guard scares off Mapigano, who is bullying Badili. Then he must ride it to a sandy bank. Before becoming the leader of the Lion Guard, Kion witnessed his best friend, Bunga, being attacked by hyenas, and he reflexively used the Roar of the Elders to save him. Fuli jumps to Kion's defense, but Kion admits that he no longer has control of the Roar. They are interrupted by the Lion Guard, who brings the disputing Heng Heng and Kely before Rani. During the fight, Tiifu and Zuri cower behind Dhahabu, while Raha and Starehe fiercely fight off their queen's attackers. Realizing that the situation is a misunderstanding, the Lion Guard decides to host a meeting at the Tree of Life where Beshte can earn the animals' trust back. Kion bears spots on the backs of his legs and the Mark of the Guard (a lion head) on his left shoulder. Kion leads his friends to the way back to the Pride Lands, but they are intercepted by Vitani, who has formed her own Lion Guard. Later, Nirmala leads Kion to Pratibimba. Just then, Makini and Ono emerge from underground. She asks Kion to divert the herd rather than move the bees, and Kion reluctantly agrees. The mark on his left shoulder was going to be a paw print, but a sizzle reel showed that this was swapped out for the current lion head. Throughout their journey to find the Tree of Life, Kion's condition worsened due to the venom, frequently losing his temper and became more impatient to the point he prefers to use quickest and easiest way to solve some problems they run into, resulting him jeopardizing their safety. The Lion Guard struggles to climb up a mountain on their way to the Tree of Life. Chuluun fights him off and escapes. Timon ushers the friends out of Bunga's lair, and the Lion Guard reluctantly leaves. The Lion Guard reassures the herd that they're safe, and Kion sends Ono to guide the zebras home. 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. Kion arrives at the scene and asks Nala if his father is all right. Ono points out that this will benefit the Circle of Life, and Kion reluctantly agrees to let the hyenas stay in the kingdom. The Lion Guard rushes to the scene, where they find Bunga resting in the tree branches with Laini's galago friends. A delighted Beshte starts to introduce them to his new friend, Ajabu, but the okapi disappears before his eyes. Kongwe then assures Simba and the Lion Guard that good always triumphs over evil in the end. The Lion Guard decides to bring both Kion and Ono before Rafiki for healing. Ono gets blown away in the storm and realizes that the direction of the wind has changed, which means that Makucha is leading them astray. Sofia the First: Sofia • Minimus • Skye Once the herd slows, Ono learns from the lead zebra, Thurston, that dry lightning had caused the brush fire. After Zazu doesn't show for his Morning Report, Kion resolves to track him down. Suspicious, Kion sends Ono to investigate the situation, and Ono returns with news that the watering hole has dried up. He explains that he could use more training with the Roar of the Elders and that the Night Pride needs help protecting the Tree of Life. One Hundred and One Dalmatians: Cruella De Vil • Lucky • Patch • Rolly The team takes off again, and Ono flies high above the commotion, where he spots Vuruga Vuruga's herd resting in the path of the stampede. She agrees and orders Anga to lift the snow monkeys out in her talons. Kion worries that Makuu will ruin the Summit. Kion watches as Kiara executes her portion of their combined plans. Suspicious, Kion surmises that Janja is forcing Tamaa to herd impalas into the Outlands for his own satisfaction, and the Lion Guard rushes to put a stop to the danger. The Lion Guard then inquires about the oddly decorated tree, and Bunga explains that they are decorating their tree in honor of Christmastime. Jasiri leaps down after him, laughing. In the face of their guilt, the troop flees, and the Lion Guard chases them across the Pride Lands. This confirms Kion's fears, and he admits to his father that he had used the Roar of the Elders to drive the aardwolves out of the Pride Lands. Rani wonders if the Roar is necessary and considers if the Roar should be returned to the Tree of Life. In the Pride Lands, Bunga assists his uncles, Timon and Pumbaa, in decorating an acacia tree with colored gourds. Impatient, Kion decides to use the Roar of the Elders on the mountain in order to blow a hole through it. Kion helps save Bunga and an infant gazelle. The next day, the Lion Guard returns to their lair, but discover that Vitani and her Lion Guard are already there. However, as they're drilling, Mtoto accidentally falls down a steep cliff and lands on an unprepared Bunga. Out of pure reflex, Ushari bites him, and the Lion Guard proceeds to panic over the venomous bite. Kion and his friends are first seen racing to the rescue of an animal crying for help. Kion encourages Beshte before his audition with the Bellow Fellows. Before Kion can answer, they are interrupted by the arrival of the Lion Guard, who are ready to return to the Pride Lands. Rafiki bids the young ones good night and warns them to not let the Zimwi bite. Timon and Pumbaa add that Christmas is about gift-giving and that a mysterious creature called Dandy Claws often leaves presents for the animals of the savanna. Kion the lion king - Der Favorit unserer Redaktion. Realizing that Vitani is the true leader of the Lion Guard, Kion relinquishes his team's duties to Vitani and her pride. Kion asks where they can find the aardwolves, and Simba suggests that they look in old aardvark dens, since that is the aardwolf's favorite place to sleep. Kion joins in with his family, Timon, Pumbaa, and the Lion Guard in singing "Hakuna Matata". As she teeters carefully atop the boulder, keeping it from falling into the pit, the other Guard members rush in and engage the hyenas in a fight. With some persuasion from his mate and daughter, Simba eventually agrees, feeling that he owes it to Timon and Pumbaa for their help over the years. Kion plays in the sea with Beshte and Bunga. Simba gently tells his son that he has made a mistake and encourages him to do his best to fix the problem. The team takes off to sort out the problem, but as they run alongside the stampede, Bunga recognizes the pile of rocks from when he'd messed around with Rafiki's painting. Overwhelmed by all the problems, Kion moves off to think and encounters Mufasa, who advises him to stand his ground. On their way, the Night Pride introduce Mama Binturong as a sick animal in need of protection. Kion approaches and volunteers to give each of them a muddy mark of the Lion Guard, to which the young animals crowd around him eagerly. 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. He bounds up a cliff to reach the tuliza, but slips and falls a great height to the snow below, prompting Kion and the others to check on him. Kion seeks advice from his grandfather, Mufasa. Together, they force Makucha to leave the Pride Lands, and the leopard departs in search of easier prey. Source Kion and the Lion Guard watch the Traveling Baboon Show perform. However, as he's flying over the Pride Lands, he bumps into Mwoga, a vulture, who observes the chaos of the Lion Guard down below and decides to report back to Mzingo. They muse over where Nala could be, and Kion points out that Nala could have climbed up on a nearby ledge and followed a trail along the cliff. Kion is provoked by Janja into using the Roar of the Elders out of anger. Though Bunga encourages Kion to use the Roar of the Elders, the cub decides against it, not wanting to be like Scar and lash out in anger. 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The force of Makucha's hit causes the rocks to break apart, and the river swells once more, filling Dhahabu's watering hole. Outraged by Mapigano's cruelty, the Lion Guard rushes to Badili's defense and forces Mapigano to give Badili his territory back.