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posted by bendaimmortal
The Lion Guard in pregunta is not the one from the tv series.
That tv series doesn't apply in any way.
This history is my vision and head canon. 


Mufasa's parents, Jasiri and Shani, had an arranged marriage as usual. They weren't as lucky as some, as they never fell in love. Only some infatuation was noticeable, but because they were otherwise very close with each other as friends, the marriage did not feel too forced o impossible. They could have broken the tradition and abolished that law, but were not radical enough to make such a shocking change.

Nonetheless they loved both their sons with...
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posted by bendaimmortal
The kingdom of Pride Lands is reeling from the scandalous fact that the king's brother attempted to murder him and their prince with the help of hyenas, and has now been exiled under bane of death. Only one positive thing has happened; the hyenas have also been exiled under bane of death so they won't be bothering Pride Lands as much anymore. Security in the land has increased to extreme, visitors are still welcome but interrogated and watched closely, and protection of the royal family and especially of young prince Simba is now the focus of the king's Guard. Can a kingdom recover from something...
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Let's start with the fact how Kopa was never and is not canon nor a movie character at all: link.

But some people think that the más believers Kopa has the más real he'll become. As in that if many enough believe in him as canon regardless of disney saying he's not, disney would make him into what those believers want him to be.

Well, Kopa believers: If I were you, I wouldn't hold my breath. And here's why.

The libros and Kopa are outsider written and look what happened: disney approved him for profit and childrens' entertainment in libros known only in USA and did not even refer to him in the...
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posted by bendaimmortal
These are of course only my own, personal TOP10 reasons for loving it. :)

1. It's very unlike your standard disney cartoon. It's dark and psychologically deep and complex story and doesn't sugar capa anything. Even the dead stay dead. Apart from Mufasa's ghost coming to guide Simba, but he was still dead! And unlike usually, the "resurrection" actually works for the story instead of being there to make kids happy. I mean, without the ghost scene the story would've been very different.

2. It bases on Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' mixed with a bit of the story of Moses from the Bible. That makes the story...
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I've been wanting to do this for a long time, so here I go. My little character psychology analysis on the three most crucial characters for the official story. In a way this results in Simba born -> Scar the bad guy -> Simba the bad guy -> Zira the bad guy -> the being bad ends with Simba growing into his father's son.

SCAR:
Nothing official is known about his past, but we can assume something made him want to be the king perhaps más than his brother ever did. I personally like to think it was not any remarkable amount of neglect por their father, but just Scar's desire for freedom...
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posted by bendaimmortal
I think everyone who has seen "The Lion King" and "The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride" cine can agree that "The Lion Guard" doesn't do
a very good job with fitting in there. I have only seen all of "The Return of the Roar" and several clips from some other episodes. But that's enough to conclude that this TV mostrar fails miserably as a Lion King series. I'm sure the majority of my fellow Millenials from this fanbase agree with me, but I know there are Lion King fans who nonetheless enjoy and amor this new series. fans who don't think it sucks. Good for you, guys, if tu can find something to enjoy...
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Kopa got up and shook his body to life. He bounced over to his mum, Nala, and pressed his paw up against her face in an attempt to awaken her. Her eyes fluttered open and she mumbled something under her breath.
"Mum, can I go out to play?" Kopa put on a cheesy grin,"Pu-leeaasee?"
"Your just like your father"
"So is that a yes?"
"Go ahead, but be careful, because if your anything like your father, I'm sure you'll get yourself into lots of mischief!"
Kopa bounded out of the cave opening and strait down into the grassy Savannah. As he was running through the césped, hierba he saw a big rock which reminded...
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"The cub at the end was/is a male/Kopa because the official libros say so!!!"
NOT.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

1. Most of the official libros from 1994 state it's a boy, but it matters not because link is equally official and states it's a girl!

2. The official book "A Tale of Two Brothers" wherein Kopa first appears, tells a story of Rafiki arriving to Pridelands for the first time when Mufasa is already a teenager. But link is equally official and states that Rafiki had met Mufasa when Mufasa was a cub. As the last mentioned is equeally possible truth and contradicts Kopa's family history, the cub in the film is...
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posted by mhs1025
hola guys, this past summer, I saw the remake with afew of my friends, and, I have some good and BAD reviews. Before we get started, if tu haven't seen the remake yet, please don't read this articulo as I'm about to give some potential spoilers. Now, let's get started:

The characters: I thought the characters were great and the fact that James Earl Jones reprised HIS role as Mufasa was an EPIC plus for me! I also thought beyonce was great as Nala, and I thought Seth Rogen did a pretty spot-on Pumbaa. I will admit-James Earl Jones sounded like he's aged, but if tu think about it, he has. The...
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posted by SentinelPrime89
What to say about this one? Did we need it? Did we ask for it? Not really.

But I watched it finally and now I can say... it was OK. The visual effects here are phenomenal just like Favreau’s anterior take at The Jungle Book. There’s also rare little moments of fresh storytelling that help differ this movie from the original, even if only about ten o twenty minutos worth.

I also had several problems. Like I dicho above, there are a few moments that differ but en general, general this is the exact same story from scene to scene just about. That includes many lines of dialogue taken straight from the superior...
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Because this forum's purpose may have been misunderstood...I give tu a rephrased info of what it's all about:

A new kind of foros for discussion about everything The Lion King, including the movies, the books, the comics, fan visions, personal canons and much more!

The difference to other foros on this franchise is that on The Lion King Origin Forums every member ought to have accepted the movies' creators' words as the truth for the movies, and all the spinn-off stuff as just alternate storylines that we can have fun with in discussions and art.

This means that on The Lion King Origin Forums...
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posted by HoltNLucy4Ever
“The Lion King” is about a young prince named Simba who goes from a cub whose father was murdered to an adult who takes his place in The circulo, círculo of Life.
    Simba (Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Matthew Broderick) is the son of King Mufasa (James Earl Jones) and queen Sarabi (Madge Sinclair) whose birth means his uncle Scar (Jeremy Irons) is segundo in line to the trono after him. Scar’s three henchmen are Shenzi (Whoopi Goldberg), Banzai (Cheech Marin), and Ed (Jim Cummings). After Mufasa saves Simba from their plot, Scar decides to murder both of them so he can become king....
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Princess Kairia, was engrossed as she listened to her grandfather the former king Simba, as he told her a story of one of the adventures he had with her grandmother when he was a cub.
"There Grandma and I were cornered por the hyenas they were moving in for the kill. I did the only thing I could think of, I roared at them." Kairia looked at her grandfather impressed and asked him
"Wow Grandpa did that scare them off?"
Simba laughed heartily at his granddaughter and dicho "No, Dear One I'm afraid it didn't."
Kairia asked confused "But Grandpa if it didn't work then how did tu and Grandma get away?"...
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posted by Contestgymbard
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posted by glelsey
An archetype is a model device commonly used in media, and there are quite a few of them present in The Lion King. Sometimes archetypes are used to allow the viewer to make a better connection with a character o narrative, sometimes they are used to symbolise something important, and sometimes they are used simply because it makes sense to do so. Here are just some of the archetypes used in the 1994 animated movie...

Reluctant Hero
This is, of course, Simba. The Reluctant Hero is a common archetype used in a lot of movies, and is normally the protagonist. Simba is the good guy and the rightful...
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posted by KingSimba4Ever9
I mean no affiance to those who amor the lion king 2. And please don't leave any nasty comments, thank you.

First off, the animation.
The animación in the lion king 2 is totally horrible. Simba is darker (And somewhere in the movie his eyes are actualy blue!) , Nala is to bright and her eyes are to blue, Timon is dark and Pumba is dark and looks disgusting. The only charicters that looked like they did in the first movie were Scar and Mufasa. The wildebeests in the nightmare scene looked like wolves! I actually think that that the animators took más time and work in drawing the new characters...
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posted by lionking1993
1. She does not listen to her parents when they tell her that the outlands are dangerous and that she should never go there, however she gets angry when her father doesn't trust her. How will he trust tu if tu keep being disobedient?

2. The fact that she knows nothing about self defence and sucks as a fighter (I assume) doesn't stop her from going to the outlands. (I'm talking about the teenager Kiara who "can" think logically). Why would tu go to a dangerous place when tu can't protect yourself in the first place? Pretty much everyone can outmatch her.

3. After the ambush, when Simba was...
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 Kiara and Fluffy blend as one cub
Kiara and Fluffy blend as one cub
Many annoying comentarios from fans who believe Kopa is Fluffy which isn't true.

Here are 10 different comentarios from them from Youtube:

1. "that can't be Kiara, in these cine the males are yellow and the females are beige-colored, and that baby is yellow."

2. "that's there first child Kopa....he is a boy and Kiara's older brother."

3. "ok at the end it is not Kiara it is Kopa before the making of the lion king 2 they changed it 2 Kiara instead of being it Kopa =3."

4. "I am not a fan of lion king, but still kopa is true!"

5. "the cub is not Kiara. It's supposed to be Simba's and Nala's son,...
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posted by lionkingartist
 This is fluffy/Kiara
This is fluffy/Kiara
Ok the other night I was just playing a misceláneo lion king scene in my head. (Don't ask me why I just do that sometimes). Anyway and It hit me. Think about the first scene in the segundo film. When timon and pumbaa are saying how they are going to teach the new baby,saying: "look at the little guy". Then rafiki corrects them por saying "it's a girl."

Ok now let's think. If we deleted that scene from the movie the story would flow and nothing would change. So why did they incorporate that in the movie? And the answer is... That's right fluffy was indeed originally supposed to be a boy,I mean think...
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Queen of the Jungle

Chapter 3 – A Big Cat’s Sense

    “So… How are tu feeling, Timon?” asked Nala in a friendly manner, but with a slight smirk on her face. Timon looked pretty darn beaten and bruised after being the target for the two lionesses’ hunting practices the día before. “I’m doing just great!” he dicho sarcastically and angrily, as he walked along the forest floor weakly, “I’m glad that I could help tu ladies with all your hunting exercises!” “Come on, Timon. It wasn’t that bad.” Kiara assured him. “You can say that. But, tu don’t...
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