In exchange, the tickbirds eat the ticks off the rhinos' backs. Tamaa claims that it was just a performance, and asks if that was wrong. Before long, Fuli, Beshte, and Ono have to go put out a fire near the mudpots, prompting them to fear for their friends. Bunga starts to play in the waves when he is swept out to sea. Eventually, Kion loses control and uses the Roar of the Elders on Baliyo. Fuli is lithe and thin, with a light frame, large pointed ears, and a long tail, that is tapered at the base. Cheezi and Chungu deny having started the stampede, and overhear Janja yelling for Nne and Tano. Ono and Beshte try as well, but subsequently fail. ", Big Baboon's troop throws baobabs at Fuli, "Mzingo! Kion is quick to order the antelope out of their grazing ground, but their leader, Bupu, points out that they do not wish to leave. Mzingo arrives and agrees to help, per Jasiri's request. The three admit that they are outcasts, but Rafiki insists that they must return to their families. In a panic, the friends cross the log to save him, but the log tips, throwing the team to the other side of the river. Fuli relaxes at a water hole with the rest of the Lion Guard as well as Baliyo and Rani. Makuu declares that Kiburi is no longer a part of the float, so Simba takes back over, banishing Kiburi and his lackeys from the Pride Lands. Fuli and the Lion Guard begin to sing "May There Be Peace", in which they commemorate the peace established between the elephants and lions of the Pride Lands. When the amount of jackals becomes too much for them, they call out for Kion, who races to the rescue. Not long after, she tries to point out a mountain that looks like a monkey's face, but the Lion Guard cannot see it. The team works together, heaving rocks into the Roar, until there are enough to fix the hole in the wall. She has also mentioned having nightmares about baboons chasing her before, which likely contributes to her dislike of some animals[7]. However, Twiga soon appears with a similar claim about a tree. (CONTINUES BELLOWING) (GRUNTING) BUNGA: Come on! For the fourth round, Bunga reveals he planned series of tests for the Bravest challenge. Before they can launch their rescue, Thurston reappears, asking for directions, and the Lion Guard frustratingly points him in the right direction. At first, Uroho is receptive to their thanks, but when Kion mentions that he is the son of King Simba, the baboon becomes uncomfortable and takes off in a hurry. Fuli encounters the "Ghost of the Mountain". View more... As You Move On. Hearing this news, Kion orders Bunga and Ono to deal with the thieves while Makini collects the flowers. At the same time, Beshte and Bunga work together to free Simba. Fuli and her friends admire Rafiki's new painting. Ono leaves to look for the leopard, while the others inspect the tracks. However, once they arrive, they find that the cubs are simply distressed about how the heat is messing up their fur. The Lion Guard slips down the mountainside. Along the way, Makini excitedly points out a rock that has a hole in it. The rest of the Lion Guard joins in, voicing their confidence in Kion's character ("Friends to the End"). Fuli rescues a hare from a sudden mudslide. Once in the water, he calms and begins to float on his back. Janja manages to escape the fire and realizes that he has been double-crossed by Scar. Kion frets that the Night Pride could be in danger, and the Lion Guard heads off to help defeat the unknown foe. Together, they approach Kifaru, and Kion orders the rhino to stop shaking the baboons' tree. Sensing Kion's change of heart, Zira claims that she knows the Roar's powers better and that Kion must listen to her. Kion then uses his Roar to create a path through the waters. Once at Pride Rock, Kion tackles Makuu. Realizing that the sea has water, Bunga rushes ahead, coming across a small beach as the rest of the Guard catches up with him. Fuli is confident and independent. He starts to compliment his father on a job well-done when he notices that Basi is missing. Fuli and the Lion Guard arrive to see that the jackals have already been defeated by Bunga and his young charges. Ono saves Bunga from falling to his death, while Ushari meets a fiery fate. He then orders Janja and his clan to distract the Lion Guard while Scar executes his plan against the Pride Landers. Fuli and the Lion Guard rush to their aid and defeat the three groups. He then instructs his friends to meet him at Flat Ridge Rock while he attempts to navigate through the Outlands. At Big Springs, Timon and Pumbaa wander by on the trail of a slug. Come nighttime, the hyenas attempt to block up the river, but the Lion Guard once more camouflages themselves and launches a surprise attack. When Fuli tells him to follow them, he still refuses, stating that they don't take orders from them. The Lion Guard then tries to tip a log into the sinkhole for Bunga and Simba to climb on, but it splinters to pieces at the bottom of the sinkhole. While Bunga climbs atop his back and ponders where all the ticks have gone, Kion checks on Kifaru's well-being. Despite her aversion to water, Fuli creeps to the edge of the pool, but just as she's about to dip her paws in, Beshte accidentally sends her flying into the water hole. Bunga tries to assist but fails, and Kion decides that it would be best to leave Beshte to do his job in case they slow him down. Bunga returns to the Lion Guard and gives Makini her staff back, after which the team moves on to find the next moja kwa moja stone. While patrolling the Pride Lands, Fuli and the Lion Guard notice several animals taking off in the same direction. Despite Tamaa's impressive skill, Kion remains unimpressed and makes Tamaa promise to only use his own voice from now on. The plan works, with the Lion Guard defeating Kiburi and Reirei in Mizimu Grove, and Jasiri and her clan blocking Janja's access to the Pride Lands with a rock slide. Rani, though, makes it clear they've can't since they're patrolling around the clock keeping the Army at bay. Kion orders Ono to take a look, and Ono informs the Guard that Lake Kiziwa is flooding. Fuli relents and takes off, just as Hadithi lands next to Ono. That's it. Just then, she notices Bunga playing with Hamu and suggests that he take care of her son for the day. Though Fuli and the others encourage Kion to use the Roar of the Elders, the cub decides against it, not wanting to be like Scar and lash out in anger. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In frustration, Beshte orders the flies to leave, and to the team's shock, the cloud disappears. Bunga tries to argue that his uncles, Timon and Pumbaa, are the true heroes, since they distracted the hyenas, but the rest of the Lion Guard credits Simba with the victory. With the young ones' fear abated, Rafiki continues his story by singing "Beware the Zimwi", in which he describes the Zimwi as being an eight-legged creature as tall as two giraffes, with long spikes and large teeth.
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