His spirit is an important part of the movie. Since 1998 the cub has been Kiara. Kiara pleaded her father to listen to Kova, knowing that the ambush wasn't his fault, but he silenced her. Some of the pride members cheered all the same for both siblings, but it also made old fears and superstitious surface along some of the others. She even teaches him about The Great Kings of the Past. Simba, however, believed that Kovu loved her for being his daughter. Kiara Small, dark thing Baby The Lion King Kiara first at the end of The Lion King in 1994.
He has a nice relationship with Kiara: He bows during her presentation, warns her about the Outsiders, looks proud before her first hunt and is terrified when he sees Kovu with Kiara. He finds himself, against everything he's been taught, falling in love with the princess, and when Rafiki confirms that they must be in Upendi, he's sure he's in love. Simba doesn't want anything to happen to her and is very over protective, much to her dismay. It is possible in the movie universe that at some points they could've played together. Adult As an adult Kiara is still playful and fun.
Zira Hate Zira is the leader of The Outsiders, a Pride loyal to Scar. Kiara inherits her parents' curiosity and her curiosity in her surroundings has gotten her into real trouble. Remembering Simba's words about Outsiders, she takes them literally and continually positions herself so that her back is not to Kovu. Possible Arguments: Who would Nala look for? After all, he had been trained by Zira to be like Scar, not a decent ruler like Kiara had. Lately I've been losing inspiration with animash and this drives me crazy xC I tried to make some of them but everytime I did I deleted the project after few minutes.
She often came home very late with no energy left for her family. Kiara fell pregnant by time she and Kovu were in their mid twenties and she gave birth to two cubs, both in the same litter. As always, I have done my best to look misspells and grammars. Once again, the concept goes over Kiara's head, and Simba simply tells her that she will understand someday. At , Kovu points out that Kiara's hunting skills are rather lackluster, and that she could not survive on her own. Does everything have to be in the movie for you to understand that it's there? To make this more complicated? She is shown as playful and curious as she bats at leaves that fly by her.
It's five minutes, are your siblings with you all the time? Kovu is a great conflicted character, and is a great example of the innate goodness in everyone. Then a few years after Amani and Vizuri was born, Simba and Nala decided to step down as monarchs. He dies while trying to kill Simba. Infuriated, Kiara tells her father that she doesn't know Kovu as she does. It's impossible, there is no evidence either way. She also displayed frequent annoyance when addressed by her title preferring to be known for who she herself is rather than who her family is.
Kiara offered Kovu to rule beside her, but at this point he declined. However, Pumbaa does it because he seems to actually care for Kiara and her safety, while Timon is just worried what Simba would do to them if she got hurt. He sings the song Upendi to them so they'll fall in love. We do not see Kopa, because of the short time we spend with her. Kovu: Simba is the enemy. She wants Simba to give Kovu a chance to see him for who he is. Kovu finds himself falling, against his will and training, for the feisty princess Kiara, daughter of his sworn enemy.
After avoiding some crocodiles the two become friends. She later sees her father, obviously injured, coming back from an ambush set up by the Outsiders as she sends Zazu for help. Simba thanks Kiara, before sending her and Tiifu to track gazelles while he has a word with Kion. The series serves as a midquel to Simba's Pride, taking place after Kiara's first encounter with Kovu and before her next encounter with him as an adolescent. But the cub is Kiara, as Disney has not given any other official identity to the cub and merchandise refers the the cub as female.
Simba distrusts Kovu and forces him to sleep outside. However, he breaks his promise almost immediately and sends Timon and Pumbaa to watch her. Kiara and Kovu are stargazing Kiara: That one looks like a cute bunny. When she disappoints him she feels bad. She severely chastises Kovu, claiming he's responsible for his brother's death, and demanding that he proceed with his training.