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** The show's general portraying [[AnimalStereotypes of various predators as evil and chaotic]] has been a point of contention among fans. Compared to the movie, which made an effort to portray predation as a [[PredationIsNatural way of life]], the Lion Guard more frequently finds itself stumbling into CarnivoreConfusion territory as animals are frequently shown being perfectly fine with lions and cheetahs despite the show showing Fuli attempting to hunt while treating other creatures like hyenas as dangerous by default. Some feel the show, in its attempt to appeal to younger audience, is actively stereotyping certain animals just to make Kion and the gang look good. This is not helped by the fact the recurring villains in the show are all species that are usually stereotyped as villains ([[HeinousHyena hyenas]], [[ScavengersAreScum vultures, jackals]], [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodiles]], and [[SnakesAreSinister cobras]]) Many will argue that the show makes a notable effort to show that not all [[PredatorsAreMean predators are malicious]] with cases like Pua, Jasiri, and Badili while others consider these attempts feeble and not enough to make up for the usual portraying of predators as evil. Though there have been cases in the show where there's more good predators than bad, but these predators are usually portrayed in a positive light (lions, cheetahs, eagles, and pythons to name a few) so it didn't help much.

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** The show's general portraying [[AnimalStereotypes of various predators as evil and chaotic]] has been a point of contention among fans. Compared to the movie, which made an effort to portray predation as a [[PredationIsNatural way of life]], the Lion Guard more frequently finds itself stumbling into CarnivoreConfusion territory as animals are frequently shown being perfectly fine with lions and cheetahs despite the show showing Fuli attempting to hunt while treating other creatures like hyenas as dangerous by default. Some feel the show, in its attempt to appeal to younger audience, is actively stereotyping certain animals just to make Kion and the gang look good. This is not helped by the fact the recurring villains in the show are all species that are usually stereotyped as villains ([[HeinousHyena hyenas]], [[ScavengersAreScum vultures, jackals]], [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodiles]], and [[SnakesAreSinister cobras]]) Many will argue that the show makes a notable effort to show that not all [[PredatorsAreMean predators are malicious]] with cases like Pua, Jasiri, and Badili while others consider these attempts feeble and not enough to make up for the usual portraying of predators as evil. Though there have been cases in the show where there's more good predators than bad, but these predators are usually portrayed in a positive light (lions, ([[KingOfBeasts lions]], cheetahs, eagles, [[NobleBirdOfPrey eagles]], and pythons to name a few) so it didn't help much.


** The show's general portraying [[AnimalStereotypes of various predators as evil and chaotic]] has been a point of contention among fans. Compared to the movie, which made an effort to portray predation as a [[PredationIsNatural way of life]], the Lion Guard more frequently finds itself stumbling into CarnivoreConfusion territory as animals are frequently shown being perfectly fine with lions and cheetahs despite the show showing Fuli attempting to hunt while treating other creatures like hyenas as dangerous by default. Some feel the show, in its attempt to appeal to younger audience, is actively stereotyping certain animals just to make Kion and the gang look good. This is not helped by the fact the recurring villains in the show are all species that are usually stereotyped as villains ([[ScavengersAreScum hyenas, vultures, jackals]], [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodiles]], and [[SnakesAreSinister cobras]]) Many will argue that the show makes a notable effort to show that not all [[PredatorsAreMean predators are malicious]] with cases like Pua, Jasiri, and Badili while others consider these attempts feeble and not enough to make up for the usual portraying of predators as evil. Though there have been cases in the show where there's more good predators than bad, but these predators are usually stereotyped as good (lions, cheetahs, and eagles to name a few) so it didn't help much.

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** The show's general portraying [[AnimalStereotypes of various predators as evil and chaotic]] has been a point of contention among fans. Compared to the movie, which made an effort to portray predation as a [[PredationIsNatural way of life]], the Lion Guard more frequently finds itself stumbling into CarnivoreConfusion territory as animals are frequently shown being perfectly fine with lions and cheetahs despite the show showing Fuli attempting to hunt while treating other creatures like hyenas as dangerous by default. Some feel the show, in its attempt to appeal to younger audience, is actively stereotyping certain animals just to make Kion and the gang look good. This is not helped by the fact the recurring villains in the show are all species that are usually stereotyped as villains ([[ScavengersAreScum hyenas, ([[HeinousHyena hyenas]], [[ScavengersAreScum vultures, jackals]], [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodiles]], and [[SnakesAreSinister cobras]]) Many will argue that the show makes a notable effort to show that not all [[PredatorsAreMean predators are malicious]] with cases like Pua, Jasiri, and Badili while others consider these attempts feeble and not enough to make up for the usual portraying of predators as evil. Though there have been cases in the show where there's more good predators than bad, but these predators are usually stereotyped as good portrayed in a positive light (lions, cheetahs, eagles, and eagles pythons to name a few) so it didn't help much.



** Kinyonga for being a clever spy for the Lion Guard, her good design (resembling a real-life chameleon), and having the same voice as [[Film/TheLandBeforeTime Ruby]] (helped by their voice actor being Meghan Strange).

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** Kinyonga for being a clever spy for the Lion Guard, her good design (resembling a real-life chameleon), and having the same voice as [[Film/TheLandBeforeTime [[WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime Ruby]] (helped by their voice actor being Meghan Strange).

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** After bringing back Scar, Janja and Ushari cross this by attempting to murder the Lion Guard along with their friends and family under Scar's command, and showing delight about it.


* DracoInLeatherPants: Janja strikes a fiercely protective cord within the fandom. Janja is a poacher and a chaotic rulebreaker, but the Lion Guard's tendency to drive his clan off when they're doing nothing more egregious than hunting normally occasionally leads to him being portrayed as a poor baby who's starving to death. Episodes such as "Can't Wait to be Queen" and "The Mbali Fields Migration" have the fans divided on whether or not he was sympathetic in those episodes. However, other episodes from Season 2, where Janja tries to gleefully, brutally the Guard, Jasiri and hyena pups without remorse, effectively show the contrast between woobiefied fanon Janja and the actual canon Janja.

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* DracoInLeatherPants: Janja strikes a fiercely protective cord within the fandom. Janja is a poacher and a chaotic rulebreaker, but the Lion Guard's tendency to drive his clan off when they're doing nothing more egregious than hunting normally occasionally leads to him being portrayed as a poor baby who's starving to death. Episodes such as "Can't Wait to be Queen" and "The Mbali Fields Migration" have the fans divided on whether or not he was sympathetic in those episodes. However, other episodes from Season 2, where Janja tries to gleefully, gleefully and brutally murder the Guard, Jasiri and hyena pups without remorse, effectively show the contrast between woobiefied fanon Janja and the actual canon Janja.


** None of the Lion Guard nor Makini seem to be surprised about Ushari being evil. Did they expect this to happen?

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** None of the Lion Guard nor Makini seem to be surprised about Ushari being evil. Did they expect this to happen?happen? In fact, so far the subject of Ushari's betrayal has never been called upon.


** ''Most'' of the time, Janja and his clan are just trying to get a meal, or taking an opportunity. The Lion Guard keeps scaring them off because... why? They don't have a problem with hyenas as scavengers. In real life, they'd be doing it because they're competition for food, but obviously this risks the lions looking like jerks for chasing off starving hyenas. Instead, Kion just calls Janja and his clan troublemakers, which makes him a hypocrite. [[DeadpanSnarker Presumably believing in the Circle of Life means his steak dinner loves him back.]]

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** ''Most'' of the time, Janja and his clan are just trying to get a meal, or taking an opportunity. The Lion Guard keeps scaring them off because... why? They don't have a problem with hyenas as scavengers. In real life, they'd be doing it because they're competition for food, but obviously this risks the lions looking like jerks for chasing off starving hyenas. Instead, Kion just calls Janja and his clan troublemakers, which makes him a hypocrite. [[DeadpanSnarker [[SarcasmMode Presumably believing in the Circle of Life means his steak dinner loves him back.]]



* AngstWhatAngst: So far, [[spoiler: Scar]] has been cool and collected since his revival, and hasn't brought up the fact that [[spoiler: he was mauled to death and eaten by hyenas to Janja's clan.]]

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So far, [[spoiler: Scar]] Scar has been cool and collected since his revival, and hasn't brought up the fact that [[spoiler: he was mauled to death and eaten by hyenas to Janja's clan.]]]]
** None of the Lion Guard nor Makini seem to be surprised about Ushari being evil. Did they expect this to happen?



** Ushari the cobra just wants to be left in peace to do normal snakey things like nap or eat lunch, but Bunga seems to always be getting in the way of that. This has included ''taking prey from Ushari's mouth and hurling him into a tree''. Even during his FaceHeelTurn in "The Rise of Scar" he is portrayed sympathetically, being fed up of the Guard causing bad things happen to him and getting forced to work with the hyenas or else he'll be eaten. However, he is starting to lose sympathy as he keeps descending into villainy as the series goes on.

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** Ushari the cobra just wants to be left in peace to do normal snakey things like nap or eat lunch, but Bunga seems to always be getting in the way of that. This has included ''taking prey from Ushari's mouth and hurling him into a tree''. Even during his FaceHeelTurn in "The Rise of Scar" he is portrayed sympathetically, being fed up of the Guard causing bad things happen to him and getting forced to work with the hyenas or else he'll be eaten. However, he is starting to lose sympathy as he keeps descending into villainy as the series goes on.on, during which in "The Scorpion's Sting" he goes after the Guard and Makini with murderous glee as the rest of Scar's LegionOfDoom.



* RonTheDeathEater: Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting ([[DesignatedVillain Bunga assaulting Ushari for trying to eat a hyrax is a big offender]]) despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. The fact that 4 of the 5 members [[{{Hypocrite}} eat meat further fuels the sentiment]]. However, most of the predators they thwart are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life (with many of them [[ChaoticEvil gleefully denouncing it]]). A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there and are able to thrive happily. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey -- whether these reasons are good, sensible, or consistent remains a matter of debate.

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Some viewers feel the Lion Guard are [[HeroAntagonist hero antagonists]] who prevent predators from hunting ([[DesignatedVillain Bunga assaulting Ushari for trying to eat a hyrax is a big offender]]) despite their creed to protect the Circle of Life, and thus [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the villains]]. The fact that 4 of the 5 members [[{{Hypocrite}} eat meat further fuels the sentiment]]. However, most of the predators they thwart are clearly established to be either greedy poachers who deliberately trespass on others' territories or are troublemakers who do not respect the Circle of Life (with many of them [[ChaoticEvil gleefully denouncing it]]). A few argue that the Outlands have no food which justifies Janja or Reirei hunting in the Pridelands, but that raises the question why some Outlanders like Jasiri would insist on staying there and are able to thrive happily. In many cases, the Guard outright point out reasons why they must stop a predator from eating the prey -- whether these reasons are good, sensible, or consistent remains a matter of debate.


** Ushari the cobra just wants to be left in peace to do normal snakey things like nap or eat lunch, but Bunga seems to always be getting in the way of that. This has included ''taking prey from Ushari's mouth and hurling him into a tree''. Even during his FaceHeelTurn in "The Rise of Scar" he is portrayed sympathetically, being fed up of the Guard causing bad things happen to him and getting forced to work with the hyenas or else he'll be eaten.

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** Ushari the cobra just wants to be left in peace to do normal snakey things like nap or eat lunch, but Bunga seems to always be getting in the way of that. This has included ''taking prey from Ushari's mouth and hurling him into a tree''. Even during his FaceHeelTurn in "The Rise of Scar" he is portrayed sympathetically, being fed up of the Guard causing bad things happen to him and getting forced to work with the hyenas or else he'll be eaten. However, he is starting to lose sympathy as he keeps descending into villainy as the series goes on.


* DracoInLeatherPants: Janja strikes a fiercely protective cord within the fandom. Janja is a poacher and a chaotic rulebreaker, but the Lion Guard's tendency to drive his clan off when they're doing nothing more egregious than hunting normally occasionally leads to him being portrayed as a poor baby who's starving to death. Episodes such as "Can't Wait to be Queen" and "The Mbali Fields Migration" have the fans divided on whether or not he was sympathetic in those episodes. However, other episodes from Season 2, where Janja tries to gleefully, brutally the Guard and Jasiri without remorse, effectively shows the contrast between woobiefied fanon Janja and the actual canon Janja.

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* DracoInLeatherPants: Janja strikes a fiercely protective cord within the fandom. Janja is a poacher and a chaotic rulebreaker, but the Lion Guard's tendency to drive his clan off when they're doing nothing more egregious than hunting normally occasionally leads to him being portrayed as a poor baby who's starving to death. Episodes such as "Can't Wait to be Queen" and "The Mbali Fields Migration" have the fans divided on whether or not he was sympathetic in those episodes. However, other episodes from Season 2, where Janja tries to gleefully, brutally the Guard and Guard, Jasiri and hyena pups without remorse, effectively shows show the contrast between woobiefied fanon Janja and the actual canon Janja.



** The Lion Guard has a complicated relationship with the Pride Land crocs that starts in "The Rise Of Makuu", with Kion having to accept thuggish and antagonistic Makuu as the rightful leader of the float and feeling conflicted about the right way to handle him (more bad blood forms between Makuu and the Guard in "Never Roar Again" and "Beshte And The Hippo Lanes", the former of which having Makuu attack Kion's family while Kion is at his most vulnerable and the latter having Makuu attack Beshte's dad while Basi is injured). "The Savannah Summit" deals with some rather complex politics of the Pride Lands, touching on topics like diplomatic immunity, having to deal with national leaders who have been hostile to your own in the past (by way of herd leaders in the Pride Lands), and Kion making the situation worse thanks to his own prejudice towards Makuu. In "Let Sleeping Crocs Lie", Kion, Simba and Makuu have to deal with even further complications involving the dry season, insurrection in the crocodile ranks, and eventually an assassination attempt on Simba. "The Little Guy" has Makuu's float being conflicted with their ProudWarriorRaceGuy and SocialDarwinist views when Hodari and the Guard save them from an attack by the rogue crocs, in which said rogues' leader came close to murdering Makuu while he's injured. Basically, whenever the crocs get an episode devoted to them, the show's sense of morality seems to become greyer than usual.

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** The Lion Guard has a complicated relationship with the Pride Land Prideland crocs that starts in "The Rise Of Makuu", with Kion having to accept thuggish and antagonistic Makuu as the rightful leader of the float and feeling conflicted about the right way to handle him (more bad blood forms between Makuu and the Guard in "Never Roar Again" and "Beshte And The Hippo Lanes", the former of which having has Makuu attack Kion's family while Kion is at his most vulnerable and the latter having has Makuu attack Beshte's dad while Basi is injured). "The Savannah Summit" deals with some rather complex politics of the Pride Lands, touching on topics like diplomatic immunity, having to deal with national leaders who have been hostile to your own in the past (by way of herd leaders in the Pride Lands), and Kion making the situation worse thanks to his own prejudice towards Makuu. In "Let Sleeping Crocs Lie", Kion, Simba and Makuu have to deal with even further complications involving the dry season, insurrection in the crocodile ranks, and eventually an assassination attempt on Simba. "The Little Guy" has Makuu's float being conflicted with their ProudWarriorRaceGuy and SocialDarwinist views when Hodari and the Guard save them from an attack by the rogue crocs, in which said rogues' leader came close to murdering Makuu while he's injured. Basically, whenever the crocs get an episode devoted to them, the show's sense of morality seems to become greyer than usual.


* TheScrappy: When the series launched, Bunga was hated by a lot of fans, mainly because he seemed to be the biggest source of forced "comedic" conflicts in every episode. Not helped by the fact that he shared several traits of [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo Scrappy]]-[[BrattyHalfPint Doo]] [[KidAppealCharacter himself]], and had a catchphrase some perceived as annoying; "un-Bunga-lievable". Bunga's hatedom seems to have died down as the show has actively ''made a point'' to portray him as both brave and occasionally insightful and also very grating. He's simply that friend that's hard to get along with.

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* TheScrappy: When the series launched, Bunga was hated by a lot of fans, mainly because he seemed to be the biggest source of forced "comedic" conflicts in every episode. Not helped by the fact that he shared several traits of [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo Scrappy]]-[[BrattyHalfPint Doo]] [[KidAppealCharacter himself]], and had a catchphrase some perceived as annoying; "un-Bunga-lievable". Bunga's hatedom seems to have died down as the show has actively ''made a point'' to portray him as both brave and occasionally insightful and also very grating. He's simply that friend that's hard to get along with.with, but a valuable member of the team nonetheless.


* DracoInLeatherPants: Janja strikes a fiercely protective cord within the fandom. The Lion Guard's tendency to drive his clan off when they're doing nothing more egregious than hunting normally occasionally leads to him being portrayed as a poor baby who's starving to death. Episodes such as "Can't Wait to be Queen" and "The Mbali Fields Migration" have the fans being divided on whether or not he was sympathetic in those episodes.

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* DracoInLeatherPants: Janja strikes a fiercely protective cord within the fandom. The Janja is a poacher and a chaotic rulebreaker, but the Lion Guard's tendency to drive his clan off when they're doing nothing more egregious than hunting normally occasionally leads to him being portrayed as a poor baby who's starving to death. Episodes such as "Can't Wait to be Queen" and "The Mbali Fields Migration" have the fans being divided on whether or not he was sympathetic in those episodes.episodes. However, other episodes from Season 2, where Janja tries to gleefully, brutally the Guard and Jasiri without remorse, effectively shows the contrast between woobiefied fanon Janja and the actual canon Janja.


** Kion is the most debated original character by far. Him being a previously unheard of younger brother to Kiara, and having more than a few similarities to Simba's previous non-canon son Kopa, has irked fans who see him as an unneeded character. On the other side people think he's an interesting, flawed but likable character who deserves a chance and like the concept of Kiara having a younger sibling.

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** Kion is the most debated original character by far. Him being a previously unheard of younger brother to Kiara, and having more than a few similarities to Simba's previous non-canon son Kopa, has irked fans who see him as an unneeded character. On the other side people think he's an interesting, a charming, flawed but likable character who who's undergone a lot CharacterDevelopment and deserves a chance and chance; plus, they like the concept of Kiara having a younger sibling.


** Simba, the lion king himself, has gotten this treatment, though it may also be a holdover of his still [[BrokenBase controversial]] [[ParentsAsPeople characterization]] from "[[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Simba's Pride]]". After the pilot movie, "[[Recap/TheLionGuardReturnOfTheRoar Return Of The Roar]]", aired a popular internet sentiment, headcanon and edgy fanfiction idea was that Simba was a [[ParentalNeglect neglectful]], [[AbusiveParents abusive]] [[FantasticRacism racist]] of a king and a father, who showed extreme ParentalFavoritism towards Kiara over Kion and would easily disown Kion if he did anything taboo like befriend a hyena (which may result in Kion turning evil). This despite the fact that Simba and Kion have a very loving and developed father-son relationship in canon that has only grown stronger over time because they've both made mistakes and learned from them. Ironically, Simba has given Kion more freedom and support in this series than he did Kiara in the entirety of "The Lion King 2", which raises its own set of unfortunate implications about Simba's [[DoubleStandard DoubleStandards]] as a parent.

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** Simba, the lion king Lion King himself, has gotten this treatment, though it may also be a holdover of his still [[BrokenBase controversial]] [[ParentsAsPeople characterization]] from "[[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Simba's Pride]]". After the pilot movie, "[[Recap/TheLionGuardReturnOfTheRoar Return Of The Roar]]", aired a popular internet sentiment, headcanon and edgy fanfiction idea was that Simba was a [[ParentalNeglect neglectful]], [[AbusiveParents abusive]] [[FantasticRacism racist]] of a king and a father, who showed extreme ParentalFavoritism towards Kiara over Kion and would easily disown Kion if he did anything taboo like befriend a hyena (which may result in Kion turning evil). This despite the fact that Simba and Kion have a very loving and developed father-son relationship in canon that has only grown stronger over time because they've both made mistakes and learned from them. Ironically, Simba has given Kion more freedom and support in this series than he did Kiara in the entirety of "The Lion King 2", which raises its own set of unfortunate implications about Simba's [[DoubleStandard DoubleStandards]] Double Standards]] as a parent.


** Simba, the lion king himself, has gotten this treatment, though it may also be a holdover of his still [[BrokenBase controversial]] [[ParentsAsPeople characterization]] from "[[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Simba's Pride]]". After the pilot movie, "[[Recap/TheLionGuardReturnOfTheRoar Return Of The Roar]]", aired a popular internet sentiment, headcanon and edgy fanfiction idea was that Simba was a [[ParentalNeglect neglectful]], [[AbusiveParents abusive]] [[FantasticRacism racist]] of a king and a father, who showed extreme ParentalFavortism towards Kiara over Kion and would easily disown Kion if he did anything taboo like befriend a hyena (which may result in Kion turning evil). This despite the fact that Simba and Kion have a very loving and developed father-son relationship in canon that has only grown stronger over time because they've both made mistakes and learned from them. Ironically, Simba has given Kion more freedom and support in this series than he did Kiara in the entirety of "The Lion King 2", which raises its own set of unfortunate implications about Simba's DoubleStandards as a parent.

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** Simba, the lion king himself, has gotten this treatment, though it may also be a holdover of his still [[BrokenBase controversial]] [[ParentsAsPeople characterization]] from "[[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Simba's Pride]]". After the pilot movie, "[[Recap/TheLionGuardReturnOfTheRoar Return Of The Roar]]", aired a popular internet sentiment, headcanon and edgy fanfiction idea was that Simba was a [[ParentalNeglect neglectful]], [[AbusiveParents abusive]] [[FantasticRacism racist]] of a king and a father, who showed extreme ParentalFavortism ParentalFavoritism towards Kiara over Kion and would easily disown Kion if he did anything taboo like befriend a hyena (which may result in Kion turning evil). This despite the fact that Simba and Kion have a very loving and developed father-son relationship in canon that has only grown stronger over time because they've both made mistakes and learned from them. Ironically, Simba has given Kion more freedom and support in this series than he did Kiara in the entirety of "The Lion King 2", which raises its own set of unfortunate implications about Simba's DoubleStandards [[DoubleStandard DoubleStandards]] as a parent.

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** Simba, the lion king himself, has gotten this treatment, though it may also be a holdover of his still [[BrokenBase controversial]] [[ParentsAsPeople characterization]] from "[[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride Simba's Pride]]". After the pilot movie, "[[Recap/TheLionGuardReturnOfTheRoar Return Of The Roar]]", aired a popular internet sentiment, headcanon and edgy fanfiction idea was that Simba was a [[ParentalNeglect neglectful]], [[AbusiveParents abusive]] [[FantasticRacism racist]] of a king and a father, who showed extreme ParentalFavortism towards Kiara over Kion and would easily disown Kion if he did anything taboo like befriend a hyena (which may result in Kion turning evil). This despite the fact that Simba and Kion have a very loving and developed father-son relationship in canon that has only grown stronger over time because they've both made mistakes and learned from them. Ironically, Simba has given Kion more freedom and support in this series than he did Kiara in the entirety of "The Lion King 2", which raises its own set of unfortunate implications about Simba's DoubleStandards as a parent.


** Some viewers accused the show of perpetuating the ReptilesAreAbhorrent trope after having Ushari turn evil and the first named lizard characters as villains, which is not helped by them occurring after Makuu's redemption plus the show already having background squamates (i.e. lizards and snakes) as good guys. The show balances this by introducing benevolent lizard characters Hodari and Kinyonga.

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** Some viewers accused the show of perpetuating the ReptilesAreAbhorrent trope after having Ushari turn evil and the first named lizard characters as villains, which is not helped by them occurring after Makuu's redemption plus the show already having background squamates (i.e. lizards and snakes) as good guys. The show balances this by introducing benevolent lizard more reptilian characters Hodari who are outright heroic (Hodari and Kinyonga.Kinyonga).

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