They sing to themselves afterwards as they make their way back to Pride Rock. It seems Disney puts tufts of fur on the heads of male lions. However, Scar is not Kovu's biological father - that point is made clear twice in the film. The rules are typical for any child while Kiara evidently was prone to break them so he tried to brainwash her with them. In reality we have 1 or 2 males with a harem of females, and they are fathers of all lions borns. Character Sheet: Name: Age: Gender: Race: Animals Only Appearance: Other Info: Bio: Name: Kayla Age: 7 Gender: female Race: Lion Appearance: pic Other Info: she's Kiara's and Kovu's daughter and has an older brother Bio: she can get very impatient and also she likes to play a lot and sometimes she sneaks off so then she can explore her father is kinda protective of her and tries to keep her in the 'pride rock bounds' of course she always gets bored but her brother keeps her company! I already said that I don't. Kiara sought Kovu out and convinced him to unite their feuding prides.
I'm only pointing out what he is like, as in incapable of ruling his kingdom justly, because of his childhood trauma. It's about their years with cub Simba. Shortly after being born, he helped the Lion Guard fend off Janja, Cheezi and Chungu. When Jasiri learns from Kion that Scar has returned, she and her clan form a hyena resistance to aid the Lion Guard and help defeat Scar. While Kovu climbs up the tree and frees Timon, Kiara clambers onto Pumbaa's back and catches the meerkat as he falls. Now don't keep acting like the whole thing is Simba's fault because it isn't, kif the Outlanders were so innocent and pure they'd have gone somewhere else, but they didn't, because they're neither, they're vicious and vindictive, and thus Simba's decision to exile them wasn't as evil as you're trying to make out.
Zira is loyal to Scar 3. Later, she gets worried about Timon after speaking to Rafiki and searches for him. The force of the Roar blows his family away, and he scrambles to catch up to them. It's impossible to avoid lookalikeness at this moment. He has a hunched back, bushy black eyebrows, gray fur, and darker gray markings. Kiara finds Kovu as a cub, she's more then happy to flirt and mingle.
After returning to Pride Rock, the two siblings make up with each other shortly before Simba and Nala return. Nuka came close, but he was an adolescent, not a baby. Especially as the first film doesn't make any reference to Scar having or even planning to have biological children. Janja reveals his plan to hold Kiara hostage until Simba hands the Pride Lands over to him. Simba climbs for safety and more logs are dislodged, promptly falling down the pile and crushing Nuka. So I see absolutely no quesion as for how Scar could've hand-chosen him.
It is likely Simba didn't have brown hair tuft because he was younger than Kopa in the books. Speedy's voice was based on that of. Actually, it's entirely possible all Zira's cubs were from the same father. Remember that Vitani was born during Scar's reign which the first movie skipped over. Yes he is that harsh of a ruler - at that time. Rafiki appears and indirectly tells Simba that Kovu saved his daughter's life.
He is similar to Toucan Dan, with the fact that he is also a criminal mastermind and he can also be dishonest. Kovu growls, as his first attempt to kill Simba fails. The only little guy the movie universe has shown them to ever know and spend time with. He also admits he's never done anything like this before. Speedy always finds himself in danger, such as becoming a French gourmet snail and an earring out of his shell, and it's always up for Timon and Pumbaa to save him. Again, I suggest you re-watch the film.
Because he hadn't had a chance to grow up in the jungle and because he was traumatize by Scar. And Kovu being the son of Zira and adopted son of Scar. She's Simba's daughter who looks a lot alike with Simba. Besides, let's face it, Disney isn't hugely internally consistent, I mean check out the original Nuka commonly known as 'beanie Nuka' , light-grey-tan coat with a cute fluffy mid-brown head tuft, as compared to the movie Nuka, older, mid-grey-brown coat with a frizzly black proto-mane. Yeah, and the battle was totally Simba's fault of course. Children generally don't even die in M-rated video games. In order to tell them apart, not only do they have different voices, they also have different personalities: Cheetata appears to be more eager and aggressive while Cheetato seems more likely to think things through.
It's not because they like pushing themselves against nature is it? He is a young lion who has left his pride to start his own and travels through the Pride Lands during Scar's reign and saves Nala from hyenas before leaving after meeting the rest of the Pridelanders. Bold and spunky, Jasiri is able to look past differences and focus on where different species have common ground. But, as I said in other posts, it wasn't anything huge, because it only required some talk and some good sense to solve it. When he tries to explain to Simba that he had no involvement in the attack and begs for Simba's forgiveness, Kovu is quickly exiled from the Pride Lands as a traitor by Simba with help from the Pride Lands' inhabitants. She only appears in one episode but she's vital for Timon's past. But the first thing you listed is somewhat incorrect: -Nuka points out only that Kovu is not Scar's. Sure, you can argue that he fears exactly what Zira has in mind that is a hostile and deadly overthrow.
The book series was released before Simba's Pride, therefore Kopa does not appear in the film. That's what I was addressing in that statement of mine. Except that if he's so against anything Scar related then why did he believe Zira in a heartbeat? She was hungry all the time. She fiercely explains to him that her had told her to never turn her back on an Outsider. He would not have, off either Zira nor Kovu, not in front of his young daughter. Again, Kopa never existed in the movie universe. The only problems he has are a daughter who is basically a numbskull, and a lioness who wants his head, neither of which are problems he's responsible for unless Kiara's idiocy is because he and Nala are second cousins or something.
They serve as the arch-enemies of The Lion Guard and serve as henchmen to Scar's spirit. The two prides join, and Simba, Nala, Kiara, and Kovu ascend Pride Rock to roar out their kingdom. Nala has only one cub. Mufasa's spirit persuades him to bring Simba's daughter Kiara and Zira's son Kovu together as a way of uniting the Outsiders with the pride. And the rest of the outsiders being associated with Zira and Scar, therefor potential danger, in Simba's poisoned mind. Whereas you're hell-bent on only the last ten seconds of the first film and the time-period skipped, cooking up things the story has no need for.