Several years later, Simba grants an adolescent Kiara's request to embark on her first hunt, but has Timon and Pumbaa follow her in secret. Simba was tricked into exile by Scar and later befriended by the happy-go-lucky meerkat Timon and the warthog Pumbaa. Separated by Simba's prejudice against the banished pride and a vindictive plot planned by Kovu's mother Zira, Kiara and Kovu struggle to unite their estranged prides and be together. After the talk, Nala leads Kion and Kiara along the Trail to Udugu. Nala, however, watches them from the bushes and comments that they are now truly on the Trail to Udugu.
He discovers that Kiara has disobeyed him by visiting the forbidden Outlands, home to an enemy pride of Scar's followers known as the Outsiders, and befriending a young member of the pride named. That night, Kiara and her family attend celebration rehearsal. Simba reluctantly accepts, but distrusts Kovu because of his similarities to Scar, and continues to treat him ruthlessly. He starts to go on about the responsibilities of being queen, but Kiara interrupts him and spits out that she doesn't want to be queen; it's no fun. And it can easily be the thing that breaks you. Simba and Nala lead the procession through the pride, who are lined up along Pride Rock with bowed heads.
Through all of Kiara's faults and childlike qualities, one question burns fervently in her mind: Who am I? She also possesses a fierce temper that she can usually keep under control, but in the event that if there is a false accusation, she will let it out, as portrayed when she angrily defies her father that he would never be her grandfather due to his severe arrogance. The game follows the plot of the original film and features Simba as both a cub and an adult. Simba assures Kion that in the absence of their leader, the Lion Guard will be lead by Simba. She wants nothing more than to see her son Kovu ruling Pride Rock, even if it means killing Simba and his chosen successor, Kiara. They run down an embankment covered with fallen logs.
Zira also has the same disregard for him and never shows any attention to him until he breathes his dying breath after he made a risky attempt to kill Simba. Shortly after being born, Scar deemed Kovu to be his heir, despite not being his son. We are part of each other. His training, however, was cut short when Mufasa was assassinated by Scar. Kovu looks at the water hole and sees that Simba is gone. They run into each other just as Kovu's siblings Nuka and Vitani try to trap Kiara with fire.
She also manages to convince her eventual mate Kovu to join her in reuniting the prides instead of running off as he'd proposed, showing that she would never abandon her family to death. Kiara runs frustratedly after them. Archived from on 7 February 2010. Confused, the cubs wonder where Nala could have possibly gone. After being banished from the pridelands by Simba for her loyalty to Scar, Zira continues to carry the torch of Scar. He then tells her that she's not allowed to leave Pride Rock; she will stay where he'll keep an eye on her, away from Kovu.
But then Simba and Zira arrive and takes their cubs back to their homes. Timon gently tells her that her father just doesn't want her to get hurt, but Kiara states that she should've known that he wouldn't have given her a real chance. Kiara tries one last time, telling Simba that he doesn't know Kovu, but Simba tells his daughter that he knows Kovu is following in Scar's paw prints and that he himself must follow in his father's. Perhaps it would have been better that way? The lionesses line up on either side of the rock face, and the royal family walks down in-between them. However, her overprotective father Simba gently asks her where she is going in such a hurry. It cracks, and the herd of antelope dash away.
Nala was crying and telling Scar that she doesn't like cubs ,she doesn't want to give birth or take care of them. But just as he's about to talk to her, Simba interrupts them and tells Kovu that he'd like to talk with him. The two developed a fast friendship, but they were promptly separated by their warring parents. As future queen- Kiara: But what if I don't wanna be queen? A bit annoyed, Kiara tells him to let go of her, and Simba reminds her that he just wants her to be careful. Kovu doesn't understand what she's doing, and she picks up on this. And waiting for Zira to come home.
Story: Zira decided to visit her ex husband Scar , who without telling her left her ,to be with Nala. And you need to be careful. When Simba proves clueless, Nala tells him that Kiara is just like Simba was when he was young. However, 2 years pass, and when the two siblings are teenagers, two young rogues, Goma and Nyota, brother and sister, arrive in the Pridelands seeking sanctuary from a group of sadistic lions that has killed off the rest of their pride. Kion is surprised to hear that Kovu knows his sister, to which Kovu says that it was a while ago, before telling Nuka that they've got to take the two to see Zira. By March 1998, Disney confirmed the sequel would be released on October 27, 1998.