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12th Sep '16 8:34:29 AM Mineburst
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[[WMG: Simba secretly ate meat behind Timon and Pumbaa's backs]]
Think about it - if he ate nothing but bugs his whole life, Simba would be very malnourished and wouldn't stand a chance against Scar (or Nala, depending on her health during the Pridelands' drought). So the only logical explanation is that, while Timon and Pumbaa were occupied, Simba would sneak off and hunt larger prey.
30th Aug '16 9:16:50 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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[[WMG: Scar was [[EvilEunuch sterile.]] ]]

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[[WMG: Scar was [[EvilEunuch [[EunuchsAreEvil sterile.]] ]]



The story was, in fact, commissioned by Simba's granddaughter in order to justify Simba's seizure of power and unfairly portray Scar as a monster.

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The story was, in fact, commissioned by Simba's granddaughter in order to justify Simba's seizure of power and [[HistoricalVillainUpgrade unfairly portray Scar as a monster.monster]].

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29th Aug '16 9:50:17 AM Willbyr
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[[WMG: The Lion King '''was''' originally going to be a straight-up {{Remake}} of ''[[KimbaTheWhiteLion Kimba]]'', but...]]
* Disney then realized how incredibly difficult it would be to get the rights to the anime - it had been in the hands of various animation studios in japan, numerous dubbers, and everything - but it was too far along in pre-production to change most of the story, so they [[SerialNumbersFiledOff changed]] Kimba to Simba, Claw to Scar, and added elements of ''{{Hamlet}}''. Unfortunately, this still wasn't enough to keep FanDumb from attacking it as a rip-off when it's more like how ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' was a re-telling of ''Film/SevenSamurai'', only this time, instead of it being the Seven Samurai [[RecycledInSpace replaced by cowboys]], it was Kimba's characters with the plot of Hamlet, making it a very strange - and ultimately, very [[SoCoolItsAwesome great]] - variation of RecycledInSpace.

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[[WMG: The Lion King '''was''' originally going to be a straight-up {{Remake}} of ''[[KimbaTheWhiteLion ''[[Manga/KimbaTheWhiteLion Kimba]]'', but...]]
* Disney then realized how incredibly difficult it would be to get the rights to the anime - it had been in the hands of various animation studios in japan, numerous dubbers, and everything - but it was too far along in pre-production to change most of the story, so they [[SerialNumbersFiledOff changed]] Kimba to Simba, Claw to Scar, and added elements of ''{{Hamlet}}''.''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}''. Unfortunately, this still wasn't enough to keep FanDumb from attacking it as a rip-off when it's more like how ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' was a re-telling of ''Film/SevenSamurai'', only this time, instead of it being the Seven Samurai [[RecycledInSpace replaced by cowboys]], it was Kimba's characters with the plot of Hamlet, making it a very strange - and ultimately, very [[SoCoolItsAwesome great]] - variation of RecycledInSpace.
28th Jun '16 3:02:01 PM LawfulGoodLegacy
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* The Lion Guard makes mention of Nala's father, although briefly. It doesn't explain where he went, but the assumption some people are making is [[spoiler: he was killed by Scar along with the rest of the last Lion Guard]]
9th Jun '16 7:16:26 PM Mineburst
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[[WMG: The hyena attack on the meerkat colony in ''The Lion King 1 1/2'' was not actually serious.]]
Look at that scene again. The hyenas aren't even ''trying'' to eat the meerkats. They just bat them around for a bit and ''talk'' about eating them, but even when they have the perfect opportunity to kill one, they don't -- they get the drop on Timon, and just bat him over towards the other meerkats so that there'll be a panic -- and then when he stops and cowers they run right past him to chase the rest of the meerkats. When they've got Uncle Max, they do no worse to him than eat the fur off his tail and then apparently let him escape, while they walk away and laugh about the entire thing. Because their goal here wasn't to eat, it was just to scare the meerkats and get in a few good puns while they were at it. Lucky for Uncle Max that the hyenas weren't hungry that day!
9th Jun '16 7:12:45 PM Mineburst
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[[WMG: The Lion King and Disney/Tarzan take place in the same universe.]]

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[[WMG: The Lion King and Disney/Tarzan Disney/{{Tarzan}} take place in the same universe.]]
9th Jun '16 7:07:26 PM Mineburst
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Hyena's and lions are competing predators in real-life. Hyena's are achually more likley to succesfully kill prey more often in real life than lions. The lion's used their brute strength to drive the hyena's to the elephant graveyards were there was so little to eat the lions hoped the hyena's would soon all die of starvation and not eat everything in the pridelands.

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Hyena's Hyenas and lions are competing predators in real-life. Hyena's real life. Hyenas are achually actually more likley to succesfully kill successful in killing prey more often in real life than lions. The lion's lions used their brute strength to drive the hyena's hyenas to the elephant graveyards were Elephant Graveyard, where there was so little to eat the lions hoped the hyena's hyenas would soon all die of starvation and not eat everything in the pridelands.Pridelands.
9th Jun '16 6:16:17 PM Mineburst
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* WMG/TheLionKingOneAndAHalf



[[WMG:''Lion King 1 1/2'' is Timon and Pumbaa embellishing their story.]]
Really, it's the only way half of the movie could make sense. The other half just being RuleOfFunny. Obviously Timon is pulling stuff out of his hind end, and Pumbaa is either playing along, or [[TheDitz just not in one of his more lucid moments]].

For example, Timon and Pumbaa ''could have'' been present at Simba's presentation, but it's highly doubtful that even one of [[{{Gasshole}} Pumbaa's legendary farts]] could start off that kind of chain reaction. And Timon and Pumbaa could've spent the night at the watering hole and left the next day due to the crowds, but there's no way Simba could've grown into a juvenile cub overnight. And being present at the Graveyard, during [[VillainSong Be Prepared]] and the Stampede? Typical Timon making up BS.
* What if they stayed there for Simba's whole early childhood?
* DUH!!!!! This isn't WildMassGuessing. This is stating fact!



So, Rafiki, the jolly and wise babboon/mandrill shaman, took hold of the throne as Simba's head advisor. Finally, he could manipulate events and make decisions through the king just as he always did. He had to share that privilege alongside [[ThoseTwoGuys Timon and Pumbaa]], but they didn't use their power at all, and they could be easily controlled.

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So, Rafiki, the jolly and wise babboon/mandrill baboon/mandrill shaman, took hold of the throne as Simba's head advisor. Finally, he could manipulate events and make decisions through the king just as he always did. He had to share that privilege alongside [[ThoseTwoGuys Timon and Pumbaa]], but they didn't use their power at all, and they could be easily controlled.




[[WMG: Scar choosing Kovu as heir was all in Zira's head]]
Ok, we know for a fact Zira was completely insane. So it's not much of a stretch to assume this insanity might have caused her to believe Scar told her Kovu was his heir, when Scar died before it ever happened. In fact, while Nuka may have been Scar's child, possibly Vitani too, as with real lions in real life, Scar may have mated with several lionesses but Zira only believed she was his prefered mate and queen, because she truely loved him and may have been the only one to actually sire cubs. Knowing Scar, he might have even cultivated such an idea because she clearly had a large sway with the lionesses and they'd obey her. Thus most of Zira's 'motive' was the result of her rampent insanity.
* Besides, Scar doesn't seem to have had the foresight to actually pick an heir. He must have been banking on being king forever.



[[WMG: The Lion King 1 1/2 is partly true, and partly made up and exaggerated by Timon and Pumba(but mostly Timon)]]
Timon and Pumba's childhoods, and the fact that many of the homes they tried to move into were places Simba had been were true, but they weren't always in the same place at the same time. The whole thing with the hyenas and meerkats at the end was also made up to make Timon and Pumba seem more heroic.
9th Jun '16 6:05:27 PM Mineburst
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[[WMG: Humans do exist, but...]]

Years ago, human scientists found out that the animals around an insignificant mountain were sentient. How they found out? They saw that a baboon was somehow holding a baby cub on the mountain, showing him off
to a horde of herbivores that were calmly standing under the mountain's ledge. They decided to do an experiment - how that civilization would work out if there were no obstacles. Basically, all of the humans were forced out of the area, and only scientists were left, watching the lions and herbivores do their daily things through their digital cameras.

[[WMG: Wildebeests weren't unwilling murderers, but, in fact, they allied with Scar all along]]

Somebody on the Headscratchers page asked why a horde of wildebeests ran off a cliff from three hyenas and [[FridgeLogic didn't even stop]] at a full grown lion, which resulted in Mufasa's death. ''Now you know why...''

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[[WMG: Humans do exist, but...]]

Years ago, human scientists found out that the animals around an insignificant mountain were sentient. How they found out? They saw that a baboon was somehow holding a baby cub on the mountain, showing him off
to a horde of herbivores that were calmly standing under the mountain's ledge. They decided to do an experiment - how that civilization would work out if there were no obstacles. Basically, all of the humans were forced out of the area, and only scientists were left, watching the lions and herbivores do their daily things through their digital cameras.

[[WMG: Wildebeests weren't unwilling murderers, but, in fact, they allied with Scar all along]]

Somebody on the Headscratchers page asked why a horde of wildebeests ran off a cliff from three hyenas and [[FridgeLogic didn't even stop]] at a full grown lion, which resulted in Mufasa's death. ''Now you know why...''




[[WMG: Kiara is the cub at the end of the first film]]
[[spoiler:After Scar was killed and the Pridelands were restored to their original state]] not all of the animals came back, so Simba held two ceramonies for the same cub: The one at the end of the first film and the one at the begining of the second film, which was held after most of the animals had returned. Also, notice how the ceramony at the end of the first film seems smaller than the one in the begining of the first film.

[[WMG: Zira killed Kopa and was banished for it]]
Had to be put here, seeing its one of the most wide spread Lion King fanon guesses in existence. Pretty much, Zira murdered Kopa to avenge Scar and Simba banished her out of pity for the children (he would've killed Zira, but he didn't want to orphan her children).

[[WMG: Simba's Firstborn Died]]
[[FridgeHorror This actually makes a lot of sense]], if you consider that in the [[FanonDiscontinuity second movie you all seem to insist exists]], Simba is a very overprotective father of his young daughter. This troper has always been of the firm opinion that the cub at the end of the [[FanonDiscontinuity only]] movie was male, since it would really complete the "Circle of Life" theme that started at the beginning with Mufasa's son being born. However, there must have been a tragic accident, during which this firstborn was brutally killed. This makes the actions of Simba in the [[RunningGag imaginary]] second movie make more sense, especially if you think about why the banished lions were banished, perhaps they were somehow responsible for the death of Simba's son, which would explain why he is so reluctant to forgive them.

[[WMG: Kopa and Kiara are twins]]
Kiara either hadn't been born at the end of the first movie or was hidden; the version from the sequel is a retcon or what they told Kiara. Kopa died as a very young cub, possibly due to Zira.




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[[WMG: Humans do exist, but...]]

Years ago, human scientists found out that the animals around an insignificant mountain were sentient. How they found out? They saw that a baboon was somehow holding a baby cub on the mountain, showing him off
to a horde of herbivores that were calmly standing under the mountain's ledge. They decided to do an experiment - how that civilization would work out if there were no obstacles. Basically, all of the humans were forced out of the area, and only scientists were left, watching the lions and herbivores do their daily things through their digital cameras.

[[WMG: Wildebeests weren't unwilling murderers, but, in fact, they allied with Scar all along]]

Somebody on the Headscratchers page asked why a horde of wildebeests ran off a cliff from three hyenas and [[FridgeLogic didn't even stop]] at a full grown lion, which resulted in Mufasa's death. ''Now you know why...''






* If Africa is the wrong location for mammoths and mastadons, we can say that humans dragged the bones down there for cultural reasons, and then wound up abandoning them.

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* If Africa is the wrong location for mammoths and mastadons, mastodons, we can say that humans dragged the bones down there for cultural reasons, and then wound up abandoning them.




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* Maybe the "skull" that the hyenas climbed out of was actually just a large rock oddly shaped like an elephant skull.



[[WMG: Kiara is the cub at the end of the first film]]
[[spoiler:After Scar was killed and the Pridelands were restored to their original state]] not all of the animals came back, so Simba held two ceramonies for the same cub: The one at the end of the first film and the one at the begining of the second film, which was held after most of the animals had returned. Also, notice how the ceramony at the end of the first film seems smaller than the one in the begining of the first film.

[[WMG: Zira killed Kopa and was banished for it]]
Had to be put here, seeing its one of the most wide spread Lion King fanon guesses in existence. Pretty much, Zira murdered Kopa to avenge Scar and Simba banished her out of pity for the children (he would've killed Zira, but he didn't want to orphan her children).

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[[WMG: Kiara is the cub at the end of the first film]]
[[spoiler:After Scar was killed and the Pridelands were restored to their original state]] not all of the animals came back, so Simba held two ceramonies for the same cub: The one at the end of the first film and the one at the begining of the second film, which was held after most of the animals had returned. Also, notice how the ceramony at the end of the first film seems smaller than the one in the begining of the first film.

[[WMG: Zira killed Kopa and was banished for it]]
Had to be put here, seeing its one of the most wide spread Lion King fanon guesses in existence. Pretty much, Zira murdered Kopa to avenge Scar and Simba banished her out of pity for the children (he would've killed Zira, but he didn't want to orphan her children).



[[WMG: Simba's Firstborn Died]]
[[FridgeHorror This actually makes a lot of sense]], if you consider that in the [[FanonDiscontinuity second movie you all seem to insist exists]], Simba is a very overprotective father of his young daughter. This troper has always been of the firm opinion that the cub at the end of the [[FanonDiscontinuity only]] movie was male, since it would really complete the "Circle of Life" theme that started at the beginning with Mufasa's son being born. However, there must have been a tragic accident, during which this firstborn was brutally killed. This makes the actions of Simba in the [[RunningGag imaginary]] second movie make more sense, especially if you think about why the banished lions were banished, perhaps they were somehow responsible for the death of Simba's son, which would explain why he is so reluctant to forgive them.

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[[WMG: Simba's Firstborn Died]]
[[FridgeHorror This actually makes a lot of sense]], if you consider that in the [[FanonDiscontinuity second movie you all seem to insist exists]], Simba is a very overprotective father of his young daughter. This troper has always been of the firm opinion that the cub at the end of the [[FanonDiscontinuity only]] movie was male, since it would really complete the "Circle of Life" theme that started at the beginning with Mufasa's son being born. However, there must have been a tragic accident, during which this firstborn was brutally killed. This makes the actions of Simba in the [[RunningGag imaginary]] second movie make more sense, especially if you think about why the banished lions were banished, perhaps they were somehow responsible for the death of Simba's son, which would explain why he is so reluctant to forgive them.



[[WMG: Kopa and Kiara are twins]]
Kiara either hadn't been born at the end of the first movie or was hidden; the version from the sequel is a retcon or what they told Kiara. Kopa died as a very young cub, possibly due to Zira.


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[[WMG: Kopa and Kiara are twins]]
Kiara either hadn't been born at the end of the first movie or was hidden; the version from the sequel is a retcon or what they told Kiara. Kopa died as a very young cub, possibly due to Zira.

9th Jun '16 5:50:32 PM Mineburst
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* WMG/TheLionKingIISimbasPride



[[WMG:Kovu just shares Scar's coloring: not related]]
Not just Word of God, either. Scar's pelt could be recessive to Mufasa's dominant golden, or they could both be equally likely, and the lack of other Scar-pelted lions in the pride is because of Scar's lack-of-Kingship means he doesn't get to spread his genes.
* Somewhat amusingly, Scar and Kovu's fur color would be considered a sign of being very healthy. Ironically this is also explainable in-universe. Scar gets plenty of food and does nothing strenuous (other than put up with the hyenas). Kovu is supposed to be capable of killing Simba when he grows up so Zira is going to try to make sure he is as healthy as can be. Its not like she has any more reasonable candidates to choose from for potential king.

[[WMG:Zira wasn't mad that Kovu killed Nuka as much as she was mad that he did so with everyone watching.]]
If she was bringing him up to be like Scar, he did a very good job of "taking care" of Nuka and she should have rewarded him.

[[WMG: Zira and her followers were out hunting during the final battle in the 1st film]]
I can't believe no one has thought of this - they weren't at Pride Rock because they were out hunting. Unlike Sarabi and the others, they had not given up hope, and wished to please Scar by actually finding something to eat. Too bad Scar was dead when they came back (unsuccessful)



[[WMG:Zira is insane, and the Outlanders only follow her out of fear.]]
...Okay, so not really "''wild''" mass guessing, but still counts. It would certainly explain the mass [[HeelFaceTurn Heel Face Turn]] after Kiara's [[PowerOfLove little]] [[PowerOfFriendship speech]], they felt that her deciding to off her only daughter was the last straw.

[[WMG:Zira was the only Scar loyalist among the adult lionesses.]]
Most of the lionesses disliked Scar at best. Zira, Scar's mate, was his only non-hyena supporter. After Nala left to get help, Scar decided to get an heir to solidify his reign in case she returned with a few males in tow (or, you know, Simba). Even though Kovu wasn't Scar's son (that was a random wandering male), he was the youngest, which would give Scar the best chance of molding him in his image.

Kovu was born only a few days before Simba returned. Zira didn't take part in the battle because she was still recovering from birth. Simba, a fairly merciful guy, chose to exile her instead of killing her, along with Nuka, Vitani and the infant Kovu. He continued this policy with other lions who disobeyed his rule, perhaps not realizing he was providing Zira with a steady stream of potential recruits. Most of the Outlanders were probably exiled for trying to eat Pumbaa.







[[WMG:Zira blames others for everything because she was exiled for something she didn't do.]]
Scar's death drove her mad already, but she originally laid blame on the Hyenas who really killed him, then someone else framed her for something she didn't do (being Scar's mate clearly makes her easy to blame) and got her banished by Simba. Thus she snapped and blamed Simba for Scar's death, her banishment, and everything else wrong in her life. By the time Nuka died, she was no longer capable of accepting any blame for anything and imdiately shifted the blame from herself to Kovu.

[[WMG:Zira is just a fangirl.]]
We never hear about the Outsiders or see Scar with anyone other than hyenas in the first film because they were not established yet. Zira was a member of the pride who simply became dissatisfied with Simba's leadership and became so nostalgic for the time before that she went crazy convinced herself that her cubs were Scar's and she had been his mate.

[[WMG:Nuka's death pushed Zira completely over the edge.]]
Zira occasionally showed compassion to her children (at least Kovu and Vitani) before hand but after Nuka's death, she banishes Kovu and threatens to kill Vitani. Rather than showing she was a monster from the start, this shows a change in character. Her original evil actions resulted from Scar's death driving her insane, but Nuka's death finished the job and drove the last ounce of compassion and sanity from her mind. In other words, the death of her first born son (at least I'm pretty sure he is) drove shattered what was left of her mind.

[[WMG:Nuka was the only cub Zira had with Scar.]]
Nuka is the oldest, and if this was the case, it'd definantly make sense why he thinks he should be King instead of Kovu. Vitani may or may not be Scar's, but she's a female and thus not in line for an heir. Zira treated Nuka poorly because 1) Scar rejected him as successor, and 2) he reminded her of Scar and her grief over Scar's death made her dispise him for reminding her of Scar.
* Nuka's manginess could be directly related to Scar's comment that he's "on the shallow end of the gene pool".
* Except Nuka made it clear Scar is not his father. He calls him by name rather than "Father." And when listing his "qualifications" to be the next king, he simply says that he's the oldest, strongest and smartest, and deserves a chance to lead. If he were Scar's son he would immediately point this out, whine about it more often, and resent Kovu far more than he does. Perhaps he would even actively lure Kovu into danger in an attempt to get rid of him.
** This evidence is not conclusive to Nuka not being Scar's son; "actually Scar's son" might have been so obvious that he didn't mention it, and was listing his qualifications aside from that, or it had already been dismissed, and so he was focusing on the other reasons he should lead. And it's not uncommon to call one's parent by their first name, and according to ''Six New Adventures'', Scar is an adopted name. Nuka doesn't even seem to ''like'' Scar, and is presumably usually talking to people who aren't Scar's children, so he just refers to him by name. He whines and resents Kovu plenty as it is.
** Wasn't one of his complaints about Kovu that he was considered Scar's heir even though he (Kovu) ''wasn't'' Scar's son? I thought that was more than enough proof that Nuka had to be Scar's actual offspring, otherwise he wouldn't bring it up because it would have been a reason for him not to be king, other than not being chosen by Scar.

[[WMG:''Lion King 2'' is a [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Zutarian]] movie.]]
Think about it. The girl's name is Kiara, which sounds like Katara. She has an older brother, though he is absent from the film for whatever reason, is a princess (If Hakoda is the chief of the Southern Water Tribe, that makes Sokka and Katara the Crown Prince and Princess, yes?), and is anything but docile and girly. She is also brave, friendly, and just a little bit naive. Though as far as death goes, however, it would appear that her brother toke the bullet foe their mother, as where Kopa (Sokka's counterpart) is no where to be seen, but Nala, their mother, is fine.

Now, the boy. [[InsaneTrollLogic Seriously, take the 'V' from Kovu and replace it with a 'Z', then switch the syllables.]] What name do you get? Also, he has only one parent, though in this case it's the mother, who is cruel and abusive to him and his siblings. He is expected to follow in someone's footsteps and become ruler of a new dark kingdom. They were both raised to be evil, but both have good and gentle hearts that lead them to the right path. Most obvious, however, they are both banished princes with scars over their eyes. Scars, by the way, that were maliciously afflicted by their said only parents for doing essentially nothing wrong.

By the way, Vitani is really no angel, but she is the first one to make the switch and it is suspected that she is not truly evil. Cut to Azula, who is mentally sick and one of the more sympathetic villains out there. It can be safely assumed that neither of these girls were bad from the start and both had the same potential as their brothers to be good, but their parents conditioned and brainwashed sadistic and evil tendencies into them. Also, Vitani, at least as a cub, speaks in the same creepy tone as Azula and both showed sadistic tendencies from early ages.

As well as their respective homes. Kiara lives in benevolent kingdom of which she is an important figure. Kovu hails as the heir of an 'evil' kingdom, though he is banished from it. Also, mostly from the first movie, it seems to rain quite a bit in the Pridelands, and the Outlands seem to be in a never-ending drought, despite how they boarder right on one another.
* First, it's not true. Second, ''Simba's Pride'' was long before ''ATLA''. Third, Kovu's name is pudhing it. Forth, spelling.
** [[AWizardDidIt A]] [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord]] [[AWizardDidIt Did It]].
** Or better yet, [[PortmanteauCoupleName Zutara]] is inspired by this film: Ha!



[[WMG: Zira and the Outlanders were banished for hoarding more than loyalty to Scar.]]
If they were loyal enough to Scar for Simba to banish him, they sure as hell didn't show up to save Scar's butt in any sense during the final battle. The kingdom probably went through a rough stretch between the two movies as it attempted to rebuild from Scar's rule, and it's not far-fetched to imagine that food was scarce for a while. If there was a segment of the population hoarding food for themselves, it would have made sense to banish them because they were straining the kingdom's already scarce resources.

[[WMG: Zira and the Outlanders were a scouting team Scar sent forth for an expedition. Simba beat them to Pride Rock and they were stuck.]]
Yes, Scar was insane, but he was also very ambitious. Zira, who was - at least at the jump - probably slightly less insane, may have suggested that they try to expand their sphere of influence beyond Pride Rock in an attempt to find more food. Except when Zira's group was out on its raid, Simba and co. came back and re-took Pride Rock. Zira's party suddenly found themselves stuck in the Outlands and unable to return home. Zira probably didn't mind this, as she could plot her revenge. The other lionesses probably weren't as thrilled, and were probably even less thrilled when they realized that the situation in Zira's domain was almost as bad as Scar's rule at Pride Rock. That may explain their quickness to turn on Zira after they realized that she was certifiable and cared more about revenge than she did about them.



[[WMG: Nuka is Scar's biological son]]
He is weak and mangy due to Scar being "on the shallow end of the gene pool".
* Nuka ''does'' say this line when he is introduced, which certainly implies something:
--> '''Nuka:''' "Scar wasn't even his [Kovu's] father, he just took him in".



[[WMG:Kovu just happens to look like Scar; it's a lucky coincidence]]
Even amongst humans people often look like each other. There's only so many variations.

[[WMG:Kovu as a cub is starting to grow a mane]]
I assume that's what the fur on the top of his head is, and he's more muscular than Simba was as in the first part of ''Disney/TheLionKing''. I'd pin him at under 2 years of age.
* Kovu, Kovu, Kovu...

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[[WMG:Kovu just happens to look like Scar; it's a lucky coincidence]]
Even amongst humans people often look like each other. There's only so many variations.

[[WMG:Kovu as a cub is starting to grow a mane]]
I assume that's what the fur on the top of his head is, and he's more muscular than Simba was as in the first part of ''Disney/TheLionKing''. I'd pin him at under 2 years of age.
* Kovu, Kovu, Kovu...
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