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31st Jul '17 11:26:00 AM Julia1984
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: The loving, satisfied way Zira tells Kovu, "You have the same blackness in your soul that Scar had" shows Scar's biggest fangirl is under no delusions of Scar being some beneficent, kind, noble, honorable ruler and that she idolized him ''because'' of the "blackness" in his soul, not in spite of it.
19th Jul '17 12:31:25 PM ngh93
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** Kiara when she sees fire in the distance and her and the animals stampeding towards her in a panic.

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** Kiara when she sees fire in the distance and her and the animals stampeding towards her in a panic.
19th Jul '17 12:30:56 PM ngh93
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** While on her hunt, Kiara the tries to catch a herd antelope but they get away. Then she sees fire in the distance, [[OhCrap and the panicking herd stampeding back in her direction]], prompting her to run too.

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** While on her hunt, Kiara the tries to catch a herd antelope antelope, but they get away. Then she sees fire in the distance, [[OhCrap and the panicking herd stampeding back in her direction]], prompting her to run too.
12th Jul '17 10:26:35 PM CJCroen1393
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** Zira's on the receiving end of this when [[spoiler:she threatens her own daughter with murder upon the latter switching sides]]. Turns out [[spoiler:no matter how loyal your followers are, they ''do'' have standards and if you cross the line badly enough they ''will not'' just accept it and blindly agree with you]].
7th Jul '17 9:26:06 AM N8han11
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* FanEdit: Can be downloaded [[https://mega.co.nz/#!mZ5lSRJb!tNImzUc0n-6Uk9mMr6hGMrnZ1MOQ4lwjCH3MZsBgVF0 here]]. Basically, it mixes unused, unfinished footage with finished footage and removes a few parts with Timon and Pumbaa.



* KarmaHoudini: Two cases of this:
** In a first time, Kovu was part of a plot to assassinate Simba. He clearly attempts once to fulfill his mission, before Kiara interrupts him. Then, his love for her turned his head, and he sided with Simba’s pride, but eventually, he never had to admit his role in the whole frame-up about the fire incident during Kiara’s first hunt, done so he could save the princess’ life and by this way, win Simba’s confidence and infiltrate his pride in order to kill him. Granted that he tried twice to tell the truth; and he was indeed exiled; but for a crime whom he was totally innocent. After that, he never tried again to explain the whole story to anybody, even his beloved Kiara who was the only one to trust him despite the whole Pride’s disapproval. Nonetheless, some think he was blamed more than enough during the “Not One Of Us” scene, and eventually redeemed himself by helping Kiara to stop the useless FinalBattle. The validity of this trope depends if you consider that Justice must be served only for your proven crimes, or that to suffer an amount of unrelated pain so that it compensates the crimes is enough. It is implied that Kovu was against the plot in the first place, and was forced into it, and he inmediatly dropped the whole thing when he realized how bad it was.
** The opposition between the two prides is never clearly explained, but it is implied that the followers of Zira don’t acknowledge the rights of Simba on the crown. So, one could suppose that they were exiled for this lone reason. As soon as anyone of them accepts him as the rightful king, (s)he can go back to the Pride Lands. However, when Kiara convinces her father to stop fighting, she simply says they are not different. Again, the justification of the war is not lampshaded, but there is a vague impression that it is more a kind of FantasticRacism between the Prides because the lionesses had a [[EvilMakesYouUgly different design according to their side]]. Everybody joins up to Simba without more questions, just because they suddenly decided it was “enough”. In this case, it means that the responsibility of the war was as much Simba’s that Zira’s. Not only the Outlanders refused to go home under Zira’s influence, but on the other hand, Simba kept them out, all that because… they don’t look the same. If in the case of Zira, justice was largely served; Simba gets by fine very easily. Some wish he had at least apologized for his stubbornness in the past, and maybe abdicated in favor of his wiser daughter, who taught him his own lesson about the unity of their family.
* KissingCousins: The creators of the sequel averted this in the middle of production realizing Kiara would have been in love with her cousin once removed. Instead, Kovu was Scar's protege, despite looking just like him [[WildMassGuessing which just brings up the question of who Kovu's father actually is]]...

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* KarmaHoudini: Two cases of this:
KissingCousins:
** In a first time, Kovu was part of a plot to assassinate Simba. He clearly attempts once to fulfill his mission, before Kiara interrupts him. Then, his love for her turned his head, and he sided with Simba’s pride, but eventually, he never had to admit his role in the whole frame-up about the fire incident during Kiara’s first hunt, done so he could save the princess’ life and by this way, win Simba’s confidence and infiltrate his pride in order to kill him. Granted that he tried twice to tell the truth; and he was indeed exiled; but for a crime whom he was totally innocent. After that, he never tried again to explain the whole story to anybody, even his beloved Kiara who was the only one to trust him despite the whole Pride’s disapproval. Nonetheless, some think he was blamed more than enough during the “Not One Of Us” scene, and eventually redeemed himself by helping Kiara to stop the useless FinalBattle. The validity of this trope depends if you consider that Justice must be served only for your proven crimes, or that to suffer an amount of unrelated pain so that it compensates the crimes is enough. It is implied that Kovu was against the plot in the first place, and was forced into it, and he inmediatly dropped the whole thing when he realized how bad it was.
** The opposition between the two prides is never clearly explained, but it is implied that the followers of Zira don’t acknowledge the rights of Simba on the crown. So, one could suppose that they were exiled for this lone reason. As soon as anyone of them accepts him as the rightful king, (s)he can go back to the Pride Lands. However, when Kiara convinces her father to stop fighting, she simply says they are not different. Again, the justification of the war is not lampshaded, but there is a vague impression that it is more a kind of FantasticRacism between the Prides because the lionesses had a [[EvilMakesYouUgly different design according to their side]]. Everybody joins up to Simba without more questions, just because they suddenly decided it was “enough”. In this case, it means that the responsibility of the war was as much Simba’s that Zira’s. Not only the Outlanders refused to go home under Zira’s influence, but on the other hand, Simba kept them out, all that because… they don’t look the same. If in the case of Zira, justice was largely served; Simba gets by fine very easily. Some wish he had at least apologized for his stubbornness in the past, and maybe abdicated in favor of his wiser daughter, who taught him his own lesson about the unity of their family.
* KissingCousins:
The creators of the sequel averted this in the middle of production realizing Kiara would have been in love with her cousin once removed. Instead, Kovu was Scar's protege, despite looking just like him [[WildMassGuessing which just brings up the question of who Kovu's father actually is]]...
27th Jun '17 8:58:36 AM MaulMachine
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* TemptingFate: Zira is revealed to have suspected that Kovu was weak due to morals in the past, but still chose him to do the mission. Sure, its not like those morals will cause him to realize just how crazy you are and say that "Im not doing this. This isint right."

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* TemptingFate: Zira is revealed to have suspected that Kovu was weak due to morals in the past, but still chose him to do the mission. Sure, its not like those morals will cause him to realize just how crazy you are and say that "Im "I'm not doing this. This isint isn't right."
25th Jun '17 8:28:25 AM Ymirsdaughter
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* MissingDad: Nuka says of Kovu that Scar wasn't even his father. Well, it can't have been Mufasa, as any cub he sired would have been an adult by the second movie. It hopefully wasn't Simba, so the implication here is that Scar named a newborn cub conceived by an out-of-pride male lion his heir.
9th Jun '17 1:23:22 AM mlsmithca
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** Despite the fact that it was done to avoid unfortunate [[KissingCousins incestual implications]], the idea of Kovu hand-chosen without being his blood by the self-centred Scar requires quite a stretch of imagination.
*** Considering the insane condition of Zira, nothing of what she says is really trustworthy.

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** Despite the fact that Even though it was done to avoid unfortunate [[KissingCousins incestual implications]], the idea of Kovu being hand-chosen without being his blood by the self-centred Scar requires quite a stretch of imagination.
*** Considering the insane condition of Zira, nothing of what she says is really trustworthy.
imagination.



** Overlapping with ContinuitySnarl, the ghost of Mufasa here communicates with Rafiki (through the wind that the latter understands thanks to his shamanic abilities). That confirms he was not just an hallucination in the first film, he is a real apparition from the afterlife (the "stars" in this universe). The big question is : since how long can he talk to living people? If he had tell the truth about his death to Rafiki or Simba right after it (or way sooner than the famous stormy night), Scar could not have ruined the kingdom for years and countless lives would have been spared. And in the current film, he would be a very precious witness to testify the villainy of his brother in front of Outlanders who are still faithful to his memory, and thus to prevent the war between the prides about the legitimacy of Simba (if this is the lone reason).
*** Maybe he bargained his apparition this one night, but he is on the run since the time. Concerning the Outlanders, Zira is probably so mad of revenge that even a ghost's testimony would not change her mind (and the others just followed her).
* CallBack: During one of Kiara and Kovu's romantic moments, Kovu licks Kiara in a very similar manner to the way Nala did to Simba in the first movie. Before that, Nala pins down Simba in a way that recalls their childhood.
** Also, earlier on, when Timon and Pumbaa offer some bugs to Kiara as a meal, her reaction is the exact same one as her father's:
-->"Eww, gross!"

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** Overlapping with ContinuitySnarl, the ghost of Mufasa here communicates with Rafiki (through the wind that the latter understands thanks to his shamanic abilities). That confirms he was not just an a hallucination in the first film, he is a real apparition from the afterlife (the "stars" in this universe). The big question is : is: since how long when can he talk to living people? If he had tell told the truth about his death to Rafiki or Simba right after it (or way sooner than the famous stormy night), Scar could not have ruined the kingdom for years and countless lives would have been spared. And in the current film, he would be a very precious witness to testify to the villainy of his brother in front of Outlanders who are still faithful to his memory, and thus to prevent the war between the prides about the legitimacy of Simba (if this is the lone reason).
*** Maybe he bargained his apparition this one night, but he is on the run since the time. Concerning the Outlanders, Zira is probably so mad of revenge that even a ghost's testimony would not change her mind (and the others just followed her).
* CallBack: CallBack:
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During one of Kiara and Kovu's romantic moments, Kovu licks Kiara in a very similar manner to the way Nala did to Simba in the first movie. Before that, Nala pins down Simba in a way that recalls their childhood.
** Also, earlier on, when When Timon and Pumbaa offer some bugs to Kiara as a meal, her reaction is the exact same one as her father's:
-->"Eww, --->"Eww, gross!"



-->'''Zira:''' You betrayed your pride! Betrayed ''Scar''!\\

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-->'''Zira:''' --->'''Zira:''' You betrayed your pride! Betrayed ''Scar''!\\



* MayDecemberRomance : It's right that the Lion King never gives ages, and most characters don't seem to age or don't look accordingly to their age difference. However, we know for same generations animals : Mufasa and Scar, Simba and Nala, Kovu and Kiara. It means that Zira is closer to Simba's generation than Mufasa's, and you can't reply that Kovu was an exceptional pregnancy late in her childbearing age since she had ''two'' other cubs within a short gap previously. Some pretend that she was just remarkably fecund, or had a will strong enough to carry cubs late. Others just think she's lying through her fangs, from the cubs being hers to the fact she ever had a romance with Scar. The last have no problem to ship Zira with Scar split by a generation difference; and some fanarts even feature their first encounter as [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Squick cub and teenager]].

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* MayDecemberRomance : It's right that the MayDecemberRomance: ''The Lion King King'' never gives the characters' ages, and most characters don't seem to age or don't look accordingly to their age difference. age. However, we know for same generations some animals : are from the same generation as each other: Mufasa and Scar, Simba and Nala, Kovu and Kiara. It means that Zira is closer to Simba's generation than Mufasa's, and you can't reply that Kovu was couldn't have been an exceptional pregnancy late in her childbearing age since she had ''two'' other cubs within a short gap previously. Some pretend that she was just remarkably fecund, or had a will strong enough to carry cubs late. Others just think she's lying through her fangs, from the cubs being hers to the fact she ever had a romance with Scar. The last have no problem to ship Zira with Scar split by a generation difference; and some fanarts even feature their first encounter as [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Squick [[{{Squick}} cub and teenager]].



--> Simba: "I'm gonna be the main event, like no king was before. I'm brushin' up on lookin' down, I'm workin' on my roar!"
--> Kiara: "If there's so much I must be, can I still just be me? The way I am."

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--> Simba: "I'm -->'''Simba:''' I'm gonna be the main event, like no king was before. I'm brushin' up on lookin' down, I'm workin' on my roar!"
--> Kiara: "If
roar!\\
'''Kiara:''' If
there's so much I must be, can I still just be me? The way I am."



* PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars: Kovu gets a scar across his eye [[spoiler:from his abusive mother Zira, while she blames him for Nuka's death.]]
** There's also Zira's ear, which is partially torn, but it remains unknown as to how she got it... like Scar.
* PlotRelevantAgeUp: The story understandly jumps forward in time to proceed to the romance part (which needs mature characters). However, the way it is introduced makes it look like the two protagonists suddenly grew up. It’s the case to a mild extent with Zira who is pleased about the big-built lion Kovu has become more like if it was a recent thing and not the long result of years of training (unless she is emphasizing about how much he is ready). It is more obvious with Kiara, whom the Pride congratulates for the beautiful young lioness she has become, one saying “My, how you have grown”, like if they were discovering her at the same time than the viewers… despite she is supposed to have been living with them for all this time.
* PoorCommunicationKills: Seems the case in "We Are One." During it, Kiara tells Simba straight up that she's afraid her destiny as queen will come at the cost of her own identity. Simba ignores this, delivers about six irrelevant life lessons in lyrical form, and ends by telling her that she'll "understand someday", addressing none of her concerns. Somewhere floating in there is an intended message about how she doesn't need to worry about either losing herself or not being a good queen because [[YouAreNotAlone she isn't alone]] and can appeal to her loved ones (and even the Great Kings) for help, but this is not at all obvious from the lyrics, and Kiara never picks up on it. Subverted later when Simba's message helps Kiara realize that the two prides should unite rather than constantly fighting. That just wasn't what Simba meant when he was teaching. So Poor Communication Saves?

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* PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars: PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars:
**
Kovu gets a scar across his eye [[spoiler:from his abusive mother Zira, while she blames him for Nuka's death.]]
** There's also Zira's ear, which ear is partially torn, but it remains unknown as to how she got it... like Scar.
* PlotRelevantAgeUp: The story understandly understandably jumps forward in time to proceed to the romance part (which needs mature characters). However, the way it is introduced makes it look like the two protagonists suddenly grew up. It’s the case to a mild extent with Zira who is pleased about Zira's pride at the big-built lion Kovu has become more makes it seem like if it was a recent thing and not the long result of years of training (unless she is emphasizing about how much he is ready). It is more obvious with Kiara, whom the Pride congratulates for the beautiful young lioness she has become, one saying “My, how you have grown”, like if they were discovering her at the same time than the viewers… despite viewers, even though she is supposed to have been living with them for all this time.
* PoorCommunicationKills: PoorCommunicationKills:
**
Seems the case in "We Are One." During it, Kiara tells Simba straight up that she's afraid her destiny as queen will come at the cost of her own identity. Simba ignores this, delivers about six irrelevant life lessons in lyrical form, and ends by telling her that she'll "understand someday", addressing none of her concerns. Somewhere floating in there is an intended message about how she doesn't need to worry about either losing herself or not being a good queen because [[YouAreNotAlone she isn't alone]] and can appeal to her loved ones (and even the Great Kings) for help, but this is not at all obvious from the lyrics, and Kiara never picks up on it. Subverted later when Simba's message helps Kiara realize that the two prides should unite rather than constantly fighting. That just wasn't what Simba meant when he was teaching. So Poor Communication Saves?



* RealityEnsues: Despite destiny and all the trials Simba went through to become a far better king than Scar ever could be, it's clear that he still hasn't learned every lesson he needs to in order to become a truly great king.

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* RealityEnsues: RealityEnsues:
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Despite destiny and all the trials Simba went through to become a far better king than Scar ever could be, it's clear that he still hasn't learned every lesson he needs to in order to become a truly great king.



* {{Retcon}}: A tie-in book cast Simba's and Nala's cub as a male named Kopa.
** Some {{Fanon}} theories try to correct this by having Kopa have died somehow, some of which cast this as the reason Zira was exiled...

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* {{Retcon}}: A tie-in book cast Simba's and Nala's cub as a male named Kopa.
**
Kopa. Some {{Fanon}} theories try to correct this by having Kopa have died somehow, some of which cast this as the reason Zira was exiled...



* SanitySlippage: Simba might be losing his mind, considering the trauma from the first film leaving its mark on him, something underscored even more by his BadDreams, implied to be recurring ones, which say a lot about the state of his psyche. All of his previous decisions, although antagonistic, are completely understandable. However, at the trial and during the final battle, he is far more angry, and far more violent, as well as his inability to listen to something that is pretty reasonable, and he is nowhere near the calm, if fierce, character we saw during both films. There is a rather large amount of NightmareFuel in the idea of Simba losing his sanity and therefore becoming that which he hates the most. Thankfully, Kiara is able to save him from losing anymore sanity and brings him back from the brink. It gets even scarier when you wonder: what if Kiara hadn't talked him down? Would he have killed her? Would he have killed every single Outsider then and there? Would his dealing with future problems be more violent? The implications are really disturbing.



* ShipperOnDeck: ''Mufasa'' of all people! Rafiki is doing his usual fruit painting prophecies on the tree, when a gust of wind breaks a fruit in half, leading him to conclude Mufasa is suggesting that Kovu and Kiara are meant for each other. Rafiki isn't amused by this notion, but Mufasa doesn't care.

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* ShipperOnDeck: ''Mufasa'' of all people! Rafiki is doing his usual fruit painting prophecies on the tree, when a gust of wind breaks a fruit in half, leading him to conclude Mufasa is suggesting that Kovu and Kiara are meant for each other. Rafiki isn't amused by this notion, but Mufasa doesn't care. According to WordOfGod, this was actually going to be more explicit in the original script, before they realized/decided that having Mufasa appear as an actual talking character would be unrealistic and {{Narm}}y, and would ruin the great lion's gravitas, so they went with a timely wind instead.



** According to WordOfGod, this was actually going to be more explicit in the original script, before they realized/decided that having Mufasa appear as an actual talking character would be unrealistic and {{Narm}}y, and would ruin the great lion's gravitas, so they went with a timely wind instead.



* SillyRabbitIdealismIsForKids: Zira's opinion on morality. She sees morality as a weakness and suspected that Kovu was moral even before he left on the mission.



* StarCrossedLovers: Obviously, as this was based on ''RomeoAndJuliet.'' (Continuing in the tradition of Lion King based on Shakespeare.)

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* StarCrossedLovers: Obviously, as this was based on ''RomeoAndJuliet.''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet.'' (Continuing in the tradition of Lion King based on Shakespeare.)



-->'''Kiara:''' "My father and I used to do this all the time. He says all the great kings of the past are up there."
-->'''Kovu:''' [[FridgeHorror "Do you think Scar's up there?"]]

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-->'''Kiara:''' "My My father and I used to do this all the time. He says all the great kings of the past are up there."
there.
-->'''Kovu:''' [[FridgeHorror "Do Do you think Scar's up there?"]]there?]]



* SanitySlippage: Simba might be losing his mind, considering the trauma from the first film leaving its mark on him, something underscored even more by his BadDreams, implied to be recurring ones, which say a lot about the state of his psyche. All of his previous decisions, although antagonistic, are completely understandable. However, at the trial and during the final battle, he is far more angry, and far more violent, as well as his inability to listen to something that is pretty reasonable, and he is nowhere near the calm, if fierce, character we saw during both films. There is a rather large amount of NightmareFuel in the idea of Simba losing his sanity and therefore becoming that which he hates the most. Thankfully, Kiara is able to save him from losing anymore sanity and brings him back from the brink.
** It gets even scarier when you wonder: what if Kiara hadn't talked him down? Would he have killed her? Would he have killed every single Outsider then and there? Would his dealing with future problems be more violent? The implications are really disturbing.
* SillyRabbitIdealismIsForKids: Zira's opinion on morality. She sees morality as a weakness and suspected that Kovu was moral even before he left on the mission.
* TemptingFate: Zira is revealed to have suspected that Kovu was weak due to morals in the past, but still chose him to do the mission. Sure, its not like those morals will cause him to realize just how crazy you are and say that "Im not doing this. This isint right."



* TemptingFate: Zira is revealed to have suspected that Kovu was weak due to morals in the past, but still chose him to do the mission. Sure, its not like those morals will cause him to realize just how crazy you are and say that "Im not doing this. This isint right."



--->"You're even weaker than I thought"
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Sarabi's voice actress died before the sequel was made, so they just left Sarabi to a cameo as a background lioness with no lines.

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--->"You're even weaker than I thought"
thought."
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
**
Sarabi's voice actress died before the sequel was made, so they just left Sarabi to a cameo as a background lioness with no lines.
8th Jun '17 8:31:05 PM system
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* CarnivoreConfusion: Contrary to the zebra of the first film, not a single prey gets eaten, and yet:
** Timon and Pumbaa have no problems hanging around the Pridelands, probably being under the protection of Simba. They also look like they accept being in a community of carnivores well, even though they probably witness from time to time some "taxation operations" on the Pridelanders.
** The lions have no difficulty gathering the population around Priderock for official announcement, without anyone fearing predation from anybody else. Maybe it is because the place is sacred, but in this case, lots of hunting must look like off-ground tags.
** This is even an impediment to the development of Kiara's character. She is shown as a clumsy hunter throughout the movie, and contrary to Kovu who learns the meaning of fun and kindness, she never has the occasion to train and improve herself as a ''killer''... and it is probably better like that.



* KarmaHoudini: Two cases of this:
** In a first time, Kovu was part of a plot to assassinate Simba. He clearly attempts once to fulfill his mission, before Kiara interrupts him. Then, his love for her turned his head, and he sided with Simba’s pride, but eventually, he never had to admit his role in the whole frame-up about the fire incident during Kiara’s first hunt, done so he could save the princess’ life and by this way, win Simba’s confidence and infiltrate his pride in order to kill him. Granted that he tried twice to tell the truth; and he was indeed exiled; but for a crime whom he was totally innocent. After that, he never tried again to explain the whole story to anybody, even his beloved Kiara who was the only one to trust him despite the whole Pride’s disapproval. Nonetheless, some think he was blamed more than enough during the “Not One Of Us” scene, and eventually redeemed himself by helping Kiara to stop the useless FinalBattle. The validity of this trope depends if you consider that Justice must be served only for your proven crimes, or that to suffer an amount of unrelated pain so that it compensates the crimes is enough. It is implied that Kovu was against the plot in the first place, and was forced into it, and he inmediatly dropped the whole thing when he realized how bad it was.
** The opposition between the two prides is never clearly explained, but it is implied that the followers of Zira don’t acknowledge the rights of Simba on the crown. So, one could suppose that they were exiled for this lone reason. As soon as anyone of them accepts him as the rightful king, (s)he can go back to the Pride Lands. However, when Kiara convinces her father to stop fighting, she simply says they are not different. Again, the justification of the war is not lampshaded, but there is a vague impression that it is more a kind of FantasticRacism between the Prides because the lionesses had a [[EvilMakesYouUgly different design according to their side]]. Everybody joins up to Simba without more questions, just because they suddenly decided it was “enough”. In this case, it means that the responsibility of the war was as much Simba’s that Zira’s. Not only the Outlanders refused to go home under Zira’s influence, but on the other hand, Simba kept them out, all that because… they don’t look the same. If in the case of Zira, justice was largely served; Simba gets by fine very easily. Some wish he had at least apologized for his stubbornness in the past, and maybe abdicated in favor of his wiser daughter, who taught him his own lesson about the unity of their family.



* MayDecemberRomance : It's right that the Lion King never gives ages, and most characters don't seem to age or don't look accordingly to their age difference. However, we know for same generations animals : Mufasa and Scar, Simba and Nala, Kovu and Kiara. It means that Zira is closer to Simba's generation than Mufasa's, and you can't reply that Kovu was an exceptional pregnancy late in her childbearing age since she had ''two'' other cubs within a short gap previously. Some pretend that she was just remarkably fecund, or had a will strong enough to carry cubs late. Others just think she's lying through her fangs, from the cubs being hers to the fact she ever had a romance with Scar. The last have no problem to ship Zira with Scar split by a generation difference; and some fanarts even feature their first encounter as [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Squick cub and teenager]].



--> Kiara: "If there's so much I must be, can I still just be me? The way I am."
* OffModel: Zazu is animated with [[ToothyBird teeth]] in his dialogue for some odd reason, while Simba's nose and Nala's eyes are in different colors from the original film.

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--> Kiara: "If there's so much I must be, can I still just be me? The way I am."
* OffModel: Zazu is animated with [[ToothyBird teeth]] in his dialogue for some odd reason, while Simba's nose and Nala's eyes are in different colors from the original film.
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