Rafiki is the royal mjuzi of the Pride Lands, who is very wise and a friend to Kion and his family. When he first heard Kion's roar, Rafiki is certain it is time for him to follow his destiny and helps Simba explain to his son about the www.tgcbtr.org also is very caring and worries when others are in danger as seen when he realizes that Kion could be with the Outsiders and is always helping the.
He is by far the most realistic member of the group, as he always thinks things through before jumping in.
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Over time, his power and position led him to believe that he should be king instead of his older brother Mufasa and he tried to stage a coup with the rest of his Lion Guard.
The trio know they must return home. When they arrive, they see Makini, Chama, and Mzaha cheering Furaha as he beats his bug eating record. Bunga gets excited and races over to show them his own skills in the field, and Fuli comments that he has three www.tgcbtr.org Rafiki approaches Makini, she tells him she needed a break for inspiration, before quickly crawling back up the tree.
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Disney's The Lion King franchise is a series of animated feature films and cartoon spin-offs, centred around the adventures of Simba, a young lion cub, as he grows up in the Pride Lands, exploring and getting into trouble with his friends. During the course of the franchise, Simba grows and matures and later takes his father's place as King. As the series continued, an extensive cast of.
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Rafiki's Bakora Staff serves as a walking stick for Rafiki, as well as a weapon though more often he uses it to smack someone over the head. It is an old, long wooden stick with several African fruits tied to it. More prominently than being used to walk and knock sense into his pupils.
Niketa Calame as Young Nala.