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This Pin was discovered by Chanel Diamond Clark. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Simba's relationship with Mufasa is one of the strongest relationships in any Disney movie. Simba completely idolizes his father, Mufasa, and. Simba and Mufasa's Relationship Simba's personality finally changed for the last time at the end of the movie when he realized who he was.
However instead of helping his brother, Scar grabs Mufasa's paws and sinks his claws into them, causing the latter to roar in pain.
Scar then leans over and smiles sinisterly at his horrified brother and says "Long Live The King".
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Then with a mighty shove, Scar flings Mufasa off the cliffside back into the stampede, where he is trampled to death. Scar then makes Simba believe that the young prince caused the stampede he had let out a loud yowl, while practicing roaring, seconds before the stampede began, and had not seen Scar throw his father to his death and in turn killed Mufasa.
Simba is guilty, and doesn't know what to do. Run away, and never return. Scar then orders the hyenas to chase the cub and kill him.
Unknown to Scar, however, the hyenas do not succeed because of a thorn bush, as Simba evades them and escapes into the desert. Scar then returns to Pride Rock and assumes the throne, letting the hyenas in the Pridelands and leading the pride to believe that both Mufasa and Simba died in the gorge.
During Scar's reign, the kingdom rapidly declines as droughts hit and food becomes scarce. Years later, to Scar's surprise, Simba returns to challenge his uncle for the throne. Scar forces Simba to reveal the "truth" about Mufasa's death and backs him towards the edge of Pride Rock's promontory, just as lightning sets the dry grass on fire and surrounds Pride Rock.
As Simba hangs off Pride Rock, Scar says that the situation looks familiar, before remembering that this is just the way Mufasa looked before he died. Scar then sinks his claws into Simba's paws and admits that he killed Mufasa, and prepares to kill Simba the same way he killed Mufasa before the rightful heir can tell anyone.
After flashing back to the day of Mufasa's death, an angry Simba leaps upon Scar and forces him to admit his guilt to the pride. A fierce battle ensues between Scar's hyenas and Simba's friends and family while Simba alone goes to fight Scar. Eventually, Simba traps his uncle on Pride Rock's summit. Terrified, Scar pleads for his life, blaming his crimes on the hyenas; unaware that Shenzi, Banzai and Ed have followed him and can hear Scar's condemnation.
Simba, not willing to sink to Scar's level, spares his uncle's life and banishes him from the Pride Lands. Believing that Simba would pull the same trick on him, Scar begins to walk off, but then suddenly flings some burning embers into his nephew's eyes, temporarily blinding him.
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The battle continues, but after Scar leaps in to finish Simba, the younger lion finally defeats him by flipping Scar over the cliff where the hyenas are waiting.
The hyenas, determined to get revenge on Scar for denouncing them as "the enemy", surround their fallen leader. Scar, pleading for his life, tries to explain to the hyenas that he didn't really mean what he said about them, but his pleas fall upon deaf ears.
Fueled with anger at Scar for his betrayal as well as, presumably, hunger, from his broken promise of them never going hungry againthe hyenas leap upon Scar and begin to maul him alive shortly before they are all surrounded by the blazing flames.
Scar isn't seen again in the movies, but he is shown in a dream of Simba's. The Lion King II: He truly was a killer. Simba's Pride, but it is revealed that Scar had a group of lionesses loyal to him whom Simba exiled to the Outlands after he became king. They are led by Zira who is still fiercely loyal to him their exact relationship is not clear, but implied to be romantic as in a deleted scene Zira claimed to be Scar's queen who has three offspring: Nuka and Vitaniand, Kovu. In the film, Zira attempts to use Kovu, who was selected to be Scar's heir, to kill Simba and become king.
Kovu, however, is not Scar's son, as he later explains to Kiara. Scar only appears twice, the first time in Simba's nightmare. In the nightmare, Mufasa clings to the cliff above the stampede as in the first film, and Simba tries to reach down to help his father.
However, Scar appears on the ledge and grabs Simba's paw, preventing him from reaching Mufasa. Scar laughs, suggesting Simba trust him and let Mufasa fall. Mufasa falls into the stampede and the cackling Scar morphs into Kovu. Kovu flashes an evil grin and throws Simba into the stampede, as Scar had done to Mufasa in the first film. He appears again when Simba banishes Kovu from the Pride Lands.
As Kovu looks into a stream, he sees Scar's reflection rather than his own. In the second film, it is implied that maybe Simba is trying to forgive his uncle for his actions because when he takes a walk with Kovu, he simply says that Scar couldn't let go of his hate and in the end, it destroyed him.
Kiara Simba and Kiara. Simba and his daughter, Kiara have a loving father-daughter relationship. Simba, like any father, tries his best to protect Kiara, but the headstrong lioness, like any daughter, doesn't always heed his orders, shown to stray from the path that her father marked for her and even entering the Outlands even after Simba warning her about it.
When Kiara met the Outsider Kovuson of Simba's hated enemy Zirahe immediately disapproved of their friendship and became overprotective of Kiara as a result. When Kiara is an adolescent, Simba had promised to let her go on her first hunt alone. However, he secretly sent Pumbaa and Timon to watch her like he did when she was a cub. Kiara discovered this and becomes furious with her father, and ran off to the outskirts of the Pride Lands. Angered and worried, Simba forbids her to go on anymore hunts when Kiara nearly died in a brush fire set by Vitani and Nuka, Kovu's siblings.
When Kovu returned, he kept a close eye on the two friends, but eventually warmed up to Kovu when he proved himself trustworthy. Unfortunately, Zira, after learning of her son's betrayal through Vitani, ambushed Simba in a trap and deceitfully praised Kovu, when he in fact didn't see the ambush coming which almost ended up in Simba's death. After this incident, Simba forbade Kiara from so much as leaving his sight, and banished Kovu. Heartbroken, Kiara said her father would never be Mufasa, greatly hurting her father.
Kiara then ran off to find Kovu.Rudy Francisco "Scars/To the New Boyfriend"
When Simba fought the attacking OutsidersKiara stopped him, with Kovu's help. She finally made him realize that he and the Outsiders were one and the same, finally ending the feud, and he and his daughter finally nuzzle.
When Zira attacked Simba in rage, Kiara tackles her, and Simba helped her after Zira fell to her death in the raging river below. Simba was finally able to reconcile with his daughter and accepts that she's old enough to become self-sufficient and make her own decisions.
In The Lion Guard: Return of the RoarSimba and Kiara have a close father-daughter relationship with Simba lecturing Kiara about being future Queen. Kion Simba and Kion. Simba has a good and loving father-son relationship with his son, Kion. Return of the RoarSimba becomes annoyed with Kion when he and Bunga unintentionally disrupt his lecture with Kiara and ends up having to separate his two children when they argue.
When Rafiki declares that Kion is ready to lead the Lion Guard, Simba is at first worried about this, thinking that due to Kion being a cub, he is not ready. But changes his mind when Nala encourages him to listen to Rafiki.
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He tells his son that the Lion Guard has always been made up of lions and scolds Kion for treating his role of leader as a game and tells him to take his responsibilities seriously like Kiara does with hers, however in truth, he is taking his duties as the leader of the Lion Guard very seriously.
However after Kion and the Lion Guard save Kiara from a gazelle stampede and chase away Janja and his clan, Simba realizes that Kion was wise to have chosen who he chose and expresses pride in his son and accepts the new Lion Guard. Ever since then, Simba has helped Kion defend the Pride Lands, as seen when he helped Kion defeat Reirei and her jackal family, and, he even lead the guard temporarily while Kion was away.
Although Simba is protective of Kion, it is never to the point of being overprotective, like Simba is with Kiara. Timon and Pumbaa have been Simba's best friends ever since he ran away after his father 's death. Though it is shown in the third film that Simba had a habit of waking Timon up in the middle of the night this happened 4 times in the film: He was also, according to Timon, holds the record of the world's "longest bug belch", as well as beating both of them in various bug-eating contests Slug Swallowing, Cricket Crunching, Grub Gulping, Maggot Munching, and the shown Snail Slurping.
As a cub, Simba thought of Timon as a surrogate father figure and looked up to him a lot, while he saw Pumbaa merely as the uncle he never had in comparison to Scar.
As gratitude for saving him out in the desert, Simba decided to repay them by protecting them from danger. When Simba went back to Pride Rock to save the Pride Lands from Scar's Tyranny, Timon and Pumbaa fought alongside Simba and Simba was again grateful to them for helping him in the third film, when they bowed respectfully to him, he hugged them, and claimed that he couldn't have done it without them.
While Simba is King, Timon and Pumbaa are his body guards and are often tasked by him to look after Kiara. Rafiki Simba with Rafiki. When he first interacted with Rafiki, Simba found him to be mildly annoying, most likely not remembering that Rafiki was the same baboon that anointed him at birth. After he helped Simba with his identity crisis and helping him in the fight against the hyenas, Simba began to regard Rafiki as a friend and ally.
Sarabi Mufasa with his loving queen, Sarabi Mufasa and his mate, Sarabi, loved each other very much. When Mufasa was killed in the wildebeest stampede, she was heartbroken. Remaining loyal to her deceased mate, Sarabi boldly states Scar isn't half the great king Mufasa was.
Scar Scar about to kill a horrified Mufasa. Mufasa did not have a very good relationship with his jealous brother. While Mufasa did love and care about Scar, he was unsure of what to do about his bad attitude. Scar was frequently disrespectful towards Mufasa, which sometimes caused the latter to lose his patience with his younger brother. Mufasa failed to see Scar's treachery until it was too late, when Scar threw him to his death.
Scar even made it illegal for anyone to mention Mufasa's name in his presence, particularly in terms of favoritism. Kiara Though he never got a chance to meet his granddaughter because of his death, Mufasa's spirit watches over Kiara during her presentation. Seeing the connection she and his brother's heir had, he knew this would be a perfect way to reunite their feuding prides.
Kiara, though not shown conversing with his apparitions, holds profound respect for her grandfather and knew he would've been more merciful to someone in Kovu's position.