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Namensbedeutung. Der Name Kiara kann verschiedene Ursprünge haben. Zum einen ist er eine alternative Schreibweise von Chiara. Chiara. Kiara gilt als italienische Form des Namens Klara und hat daher eine lateinische Herkunft. In der Schreibweise Ciara ist der Name als weibliche Form des irischen. Alles zum Mädchennamen Kiara wie Bedeutung, Herkunft, Namenstag und Beliebtheit auf iphone-bloggen.se Kiara ist ein weiblicher Name. Herkunft von Kiara. Kiara ist eine Variante von Klara. Im englischsprachigen Raum gilt Kiara auch als Form von Ciara, einem. Der Mädchenname Kiara ♀ Herkunft, Bedeutung, Beliebtheit und soziales Prestige. Entdecke ähnliche Namen, die Schreibweise im Flaggenalphabet und.
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Kovu leaps away from the pool and announces that they should run away together and start a pride of their own. Kiara smiles affectionately and reminds him that they have to go back.
Kovu thinks she's kidding and reminds her that they are finally together. She tells him that their place is with their pride and that if they left, their families would be divided forever.
The battle of the prides begins, and Kiara and Kovu race back to stop their battling families. They run down an embankment covered with fallen logs.
The battle continues until Simba and Zira start a showdown. Just as they raise their paws to inflict blows, Kiara and Kovu jump in front of their parents.
Simba is surprised at his daughter's sudden appearance and tells her to stand aside, but Kiara tells him that the fight must stop.
Simba starts to protest about the Outsiders, but Kiara tells him to look at them. She tells him that "they are us" and asks him to name any differences he can see.
At her words, the clouds part, and the rain stops. Simba realizes that Kiara is right about the Outsiders, then smiles at his daughter and reconciles with her as they nuzzle and embrace.
Zira tries to get her pride to attack, but Kiara's words have hit a soft spot. Starting with Vitani, all the Outsider lionesses cross over to stand with Simba's pride.
Simba tells Zira to put the past behind her, but she refuses to let it go. In a last attempt to avenge Scar's death, she leaps at Simba, but Kiara jumps in the way.
The two lionesses tumble down an embankment and begin falling into the gorge. Simba jumps down the slope, trying desperately to reach Kiara, but she and Zira have already fallen too far down the ledge.
Kiara manages to catch a hold onto the ledge, slowing her descent enough for her to jump onto a small ledge, but Zira isn't so lucky and clings to the rocks some distance below.
Meanwhile, Simba is still trying to reach Kiara. Nala yells for her daughter, then notices that the logs blocking the gorge have broken and are letting in a flood of water.
The river is rapidly rushing to fill the canyon. She reaches down a paw and tells Zira to take hold of it. Zira swipes angrily at it and loses a foot of her hold on the cliff.
Kiara urges Zira to take her paw and tells the Outsider that she will help her. Zira slides further down the rock wall, scrabbling at the rock, but is unable to climb up.
Finally, she loses her grip and falls into the churning water below, leaving Kiara horrified and saddened. As Zira disappears beneath the surface, the river calms, and Kiara watches the logs bob away.
Simba then reaches her and holds out a paw. Kiara sadly tells him that she'd tried. Simba then helps Kiara back up the cliff, where she is greeted enthusiastically by her worried mother and the two prides.
Kovu and Kiara embrace, relieved to have fulfilled their mission. As Simba watches his daughter embrace the Outsider, he softly tells Kovu that he had been wrong, for Kovu does belong with the pride.
The two prides join together and go back to Pride Rock as one. They then gather on Pride Rock, where Rafiki shakes his stick over top Kiara's and Kovu's heads, blessing their union and hinting that they're now mates.
Simba and Nala lead the procession through the pride, who are lined up along Pride Rock with bowed heads. Kiara and Kovu follow behind them.
Both couples make their way to the tip of Pride Rock. First, Simba roars, then Kovu. Finally, all four roar together while the rest of the pride roars in answer.
Kiara can first be seen atop Pride Rock, learning from her father Simba about life as a future monarch.
When her younger brother Kion runs past, she starts to remind him that she's training to be the queen of the Pride Lands, but he cuts her off, finishing her sentence for her.
Kiara replies that at least she has her life figured out and mockingly asks Kion what he is going to grow up to be, to which Kion replies, "Happy.
Later, Kiara and her friend Tiifu watch as their friend Zuri gets her claws stuck in a log. Bunga arrives and tells them that Simba has made Kion leader of the Lion Guard and that Bunga is the first member.
Kiara finds the idea funny and questions her brother on whether Simba knows about this or not, to which Kion replies that it had been Simba who'd told him about the Lion Guard.
Kiara then watches Bunga sing " Zuka Zama ". Simba thanks Kiara for informing him of this before sending her and Tiifu to track gazelles.
Later, Kiara and Tiifu track gazelles, with Kiara telling Tiifu that they can't take more than their fair share, as it would break the Circle of Life.
She is then trapped in the midst of a gazelle stampede, and it is up to Kion and the Lion Guard to save her. She is last seen alongside her father, proud of Kion and his team.
When Kion returns to Pride Rock and admits his misgivings about the mashindano between Makuu and Pua , Kiara asks her father why he can't interfere.
Simba gently replies that although he is king, he must recognize and respect the traditions of other animals.
Kiara later witnesses the mashindano between Makuu and Pua, with her friends Tiifu and Zuri at her side.
After the fight, she informs Kion that Zazu has reported that the giraffes have encroached on the baboon's forest.
After Kion deals with the problem, he returns to Pride Rock, where Kiara informs him that the baboons have taken over Pride Rock.
She expresses annoyance at the antics of the baboons and chastises Ono for sweeping Bunga's stink toward her. Kiara starts an argument with Kion when he takes the tree that she'd found, but Simba soon approaches and tells Kion to back away, for Kiara is going to serve as queen for the day.
When Kion reacts with confusion, Simba gently explains that his presence is needed at a funeral in Kilio Valley for Aminifu , a wise old elephant who has passed away.
Though Kiara is unsure of herself in acting as queen, Simba reminds her that he had been nervous to rule the Pride Lands on his own, too.
Not long after this, Kion is ready to go on morning patrol with the Lion Guard, but instead of joining his team, Ono simply flies over them en route to Pride Rock.
The Lion Guard rushes after their friend, but when they arrive at Pride Rock, Kiara is given a royal announcement by her friends, Tiifu and Zuri.
A thoroughly annoyed Kion asks Kiara what's going on, and she explains that she is getting the morning report from Ono, since Zazu is off with the king and queen.
Ono then reports that a herd of elands are moving along the river and that several new hives of bees have appeared on the trail along the river.
Kiara quickly connects the dots and realizes that the elands will run right into the hives, inciting chaos. She asks Kion to divert the herd rather than move the bees, and Kion reluctantly agrees.
Eventually, Kion makes his way to the hives of bees, but instead of following Kiara's orders, he decides to move the bees rather than redirect the herd.
His plan backfires, and the bees chase the Lion Guard straight into the path of the elands, who panic and run away in fear.
A bruised, defeated, and stung Kion returns to Kiara and tries to make the best of his report, but Kiara accuses him of not having listened to her orders.
He is then forced to admit that not all of the elands cooperated with them, and Kiara implores him to listen to her next time. As the cubs squabble, Mzingo reports back to Janja , explaining that Kion and Kiara are fighting in the wake of Simba's departure.
Janja decides to take advantage of the family struggles and instructs Mzingo to take a special message to Kiara. As Kiara looks out over her kingdom, Mzingo lands on the peak of Pride Rock and offers a peace proposal to the young queen.
Though suspicious, Kiara listens as Mzingo tells her that Janja wishes to meet her at Broken Rock , which serves as neutral ground between the Pride Lands and the Outlands.
Kiara promises to think the offer over, and Mzingo flies away. When Kion hears about the proposal, he desperately tries to talk his sister out of it, but Kiara points out that Janja probably came to her because Kion is constantly running him off.
Furious, Kion points out that she's not really the queen, but Kiara resolves to do things her own way.
A frustrated Kion refuses to take part in her plan and runs off into the savanna. As Kion storms away from his sister, he encounters Mufasa , who encourages him to support Kiara.
He gently reminds the cub that Kiara needs his help, especially when she's wrong, and Kion realizes that he was wrong to have abandoned his sister.
After thanking his grandfather, Kion races off to rejoin Kiara, but when he returns to Pride Rock, Tiifu and Zuri explain that Kiara has already gone off to meet with Janja.
Gathering the Lion Guard, Kion sets out to stop her. Having gotten a good head start, Kiara reaches Broken Rock, where Janja surrounds her with his cronies, but just in time, Kion arrives with the Lion Guard, and Janja flees.
As the hyenas scurry away, Kiara admits that Kion had been right about Janja, and he reminds his sister that she had been right about the bees.
With their argument settled, the siblings return home. When Simba and Nala return home, Kiara asks how the tribute had gone, and Nala answers that everything had turned out fine.
She then asks how ruling the Pride Lands had gone, and though Kiara begins to stumble over her words, Kion jumps in, proclaiming that Kiara is going to make a great queen someday.
At the Kupatana celebration, Kiara stands beside Kion and their parents as Simba gives his speech to the gathered animals. On their way to witness the first elephant concert of the season, Kiara nearly falls into a sinkhole until she is saved by her father, Simba.
Much to the dismay of Kiara, Kion, and Nala, Simba falls into the hole, and Bunga gets himself trapped trying to rescue the king. Simba orders Kiara and Nala to go on ahead of him, for it is tradition that the royal family be in attendance, so the two leave without him.
After the concert, Kiara and Nala congratulate the elephants on their song. Together, all the animals sing " Hakuna Matata ". Before the ceremony, Tiifu and Zuri lead her to Urembo Meadows , where they vow to get her looking perfect for the Wallow.
While there, a storm hits, and Kiara worries that she will miss the ceremony. Just then, the rain stops, but floodwaters hit the plains, trapping Kiara and her friends on a small island.
Kiara realizes that she and her friends, Tiifu and Zuri, are trapped by floodwaters. Eventually, the three are spotted by Ono , who leads the rest of the Lion Guard to the edge of the floodwaters.
Both sides deliberate what to do, though Tiifu and Zuri decide to leave the rescue up to the Guard. They attempt to give Kiara a mud facial, but she protests that she needs to leave in time for the Wallow.
Tiifu and Zuri soon begin to sunbathe, but Kiara orders them to help her make a path of stepping stones across the floodwaters. Together, the cubs attempt to push a large rock into the water, but it slips down the other side of the island and disappears into the water.
Ono watches from afar and reports to Kion, who decides to combine Kiara's failed plan with his own failed plan, which had been to create a tree bridge.
Kiara and her friends push over a dead tree to make a bridge across the floodwaters. After the Lion Guard pushes a large rock into the floodwaters, Kiara and her friends push over a dead tree and cross safely to the other side of the river.
Once to safety, Tiifu and Zuri apologize to Kiara for not giving her a makeover in time for the ceremony. Kiara reassures the two that there are more important things than looks, then goes to preside over the ceremony.
She greets Vuruga Vuruga , the leader of the cape buffalo , who praises her for her disheveled appearance. Vuruga Vuruga adds in an undertone that most royals act too stuffy for the event, but that Kiara understands what the Wallow is truly about.
Kiara thanks Vuruga Vuruga, but credits her appearance to Tiifu and Zuri. She then announces the start of the Wallow, and the herd of cape buffalo charges down the hill and wallows in the mud pit at the bottom.
Kion asks whether Kovu knows her, and he says that he had met her a while ago. Kiara uses her tracking skills to hunt down her brother, Kion , who is in hiding from her.
She manages to find him crouched behind a boulder and tackles him to the ground, after which she boasts about her impressive tracking skills.
Kion simply retorts that she had been lucky and playfully pounces on her, instigating a wrestling match between the two. From the sidelines, the cubs' parents, Simba and Nala , watch proudly.
Simba comments that Kiara had found Kion in record time, and Nala declares that they are ready for a special day. Together, the two descend Pride Rock to speak with their cubs, who are still playing and squabbling.
Nala steps forward and tells Kiara and Kion that they are ready to accompany her on the Trail to Udugu, which is a special ceremony for royal siblings.
Simba assures Kion that in the absence of their leader, the Lion Guard will be lead by Simba. As they walk, Kion questions Kiara as to what she thinks will be waiting for them at the end of the trail, and Kiara answers that it will probably be animals excited to meet their future queen and her little brother.
Kion argues that as leader of the Lion Guard, he would be received with such a reception, to which Kiara teases that they will have to see.
The two cubs then begin to playfully race one another. Kion asks Nala how much farther they must travel, and she answers that Udugu is not an easy place to find.
Kiara boasts that she will find Udugu first, and Kion takes chase, unintentionally steering them toward a steep cliff. Nala yells a warning, but too late, the cubs tumble over the edge and hang on by their claws.
Just in time, Nala pulls them to safety and reminds them that they must find Udugu another way. After the rescue, Nala leads Kion and Kiara to a patch of thorns, which she insists is part of the Trail to Udugu.
The cubs rush into the thorns and each try to take different paths, but both find themselves in too great of pain to continue.
Suddenly, the two realize that Nala is gone and begin to cry out for her. Nala, however, watches them from the bushes and comments that they are now truly on the Trail to Udugu.
Together, Kion and Kiara search for Nala, who is still missing. When neither cub turns up any leads as to where she is, Kion laments how they do not know where Udugu is and thus cannot possibly know where to find Nala.
This gives Kiara an idea, and she begins sniffing for Nala's scent in the underbrush. She picks up her trail on a path through the trees, and she and Kion begin to follow it through the woods.
Once on the trail, Kion spots Nala's pawprints, and the cubs track them to the bottom of a steep cliff.
Confused, the cubs wonder where Nala could have possibly gone. The cubs muse over where Nala could be, and Kion points out that Nala could have climbed up on a nearby ledge and followed a trail along the cliff.
The cubs attempt to leap onto the ledge themselves, but are unable to get a firm grasp on the edge of the cliff.
Realizing that they cannot reach the ledge on their own, Kion suggests that he give Kiara a boost so that she can continue tracking Nala.
Kiara asks Kion how he will reach the ledge, and he admits that she is the better tracker and should therefore be the one to continue searching for their mother.
Kiara then clambers onto Kion's shoulders and strains to reach the edge of the cliff. Eventually, she gets a firm hold on the ledge and pulls herself to the top of the cliff.
There, she sees Nala, who greets her cubs warmly and bounds down from the ledge. A confused Kion questions why Nala had left them and not helped them find Udugu, and Nala explains that the cubs had found Udugu on their own.
When the cubs react with puzzlement, Nala explains that "Udugu" is another word for "kinship" and that the two had found Udugu while working together to find her.
Once the three return to Pride Rock, Simba reunites with them. He asks whether they had found Udugu, and the cubs explain that they had learned to work together as brother and sister.
Kion then questions how Simba had fared with the Guard, and Simba admits that working with Kion's team had helped him find Udugu as well.
He stresses the importance of Udugu and reminds the cubs that they will one day be responsible for the kingdom of the Pride Lands.
Kiara is seen drinking at a watering hole with her friends, Zuri and Tiifu. Kiara is captured by one of Janja's cronies, Chungu, as part of Janja's plan to summon the spirit of Scar.
Later, Kiara is present for Makini's official introduction to the royal family. Kiara and Makini then leave together to help Ma Tembo find a new water source.
In the Outlands , Ushari and Janja decide to get Makini's bakora staff, since she's too inexperienced to be a threat, and to attack Kiara and bring her there.
The hyenas kidnap Kiara and take Makini's bakora staff. While the rest of the Lion Guard rescues Kiara, Janja tricks Kion by getting him to use the Roar out of anger, causing the volcano to erupt.
After the rescue, Kiara thanks the Lion Guard. Kiara watches the mashindano between Kiburi and Makuu.
Kiara watches as Makini paints a portrait of the royal family at Pride Rock. Kiara attends the Ukumbusho Tradition along with the rest of her family and pride.
Kion speaks to his family about partaking in a Christmas celebration for Timon and Pumbaa. Kion's mother, Nala , and sister, Kiara, quickly agree to the proceedings, but Kion's father, Simba , shows little interest in attending.
With some persuasion from his mate and daughter, Simba eventually agrees, feeling that he owes it to Timon and Pumbaa for their help over the years.
That night, Kiara and her family attend Bunga's celebration rehearsal. Kiara is present during the Kumbuka celebration.
When Simba is stung by a scorpion , she stays by her father's side until he is healed. However, once they arrive, they find that the cubs are simply distressed about how the heat is messing up their fur.
Kiara arrives with her mother, Nala , who chastises the cubs for calling the Lion Guard for a non-emergency.
Beshte suggests that Tiifu and Zuri visit the mudpots at the edge of the Pride Lands to moisturize their fur. They agree enthusiastically and invite Kiara to join them.
Nala sends Kion and Bunga to watch over the cubs. Together, the five travel to the mudpots and play in the mud. Muhangus the aardvark , who lives in a warren nearby, becomes annoyed at the noise and orders the cubs to keep quiet.
Unbeknownst to the cubs, Scar orders Mzingo the vulture to set fire to the grasslands near the cubs. Mzingo does as he is commanded, and the cubs find themselves walled in by flames.
Kion, Bunga, and Kiara attempt to create a fire line, but the flames spread too quickly, and the cubs are forced to escape through Muhangus's burrow.
Once underground, they search for a way out. Along the way, the friends encounter Kuchimba , a golden mole , who tries to protect his tunnels from them.
Once he realizes that they are simply passing through, he offers to help them find their way out. Eventually, he leads them to the end of his tunnel and instructs them to take the main tunnel out into the Pride Lands.
Once Kuchimba is gone, Kion realizes that there are several tunnels to choose from. As the friends continue navigating the tunnels, they hear nearby hooves pounding, and run into Thurston the zebra.
Just then, Kion gets the idea to track down Muhangus and ask him for directions. Kiara helps track him down.
At first, Muhangus eventually consents to lead them to the end of the tunnel. The Lion Guard tags along at Dhahabu's insistence.
In the middle of the tour, a bolt of dry lightning ignites the plains, endangering Dhahabu. While Kiara, Tiifu, and Zuri manage to escape, Dhahabu hesitates, and Fuli is forced to shout at her to jolt her out of her panic.
Together, the two jump over the fire to safety, and the rest of the Lion Guard successfully puts out the fire.
She then follows Kion to Mizimu Grove to see Makini's baobab seed, which survived the previous fire, and watches as Makini plants the seed.
Kiara and her parents find themselves trapped at the edge of Pride Rock with no escape. Ono enlists the help of Anga and Hadithi to carry the royal family to safety.
Scar then appears and tells the gathered Pride Landers that the Lion Guard has perished in flames, which worries Kiara and her parents.
However, the Lion Guard members reveal themselves to have escaped the fire, much to Kiara's relief. Kiara voices her concern about Kion's scar and worries more when Rafiki tells them that there's no cure for Kion in the Pride Lands.
When Rafiki reveals that Kion must go to the Tree of Life to get the cure, Kiara expresses her support. The next morning, Kiara and the rest of the Pride Landers bid Kion and his friends farewell as they depart for the Tree of Life.
Kiara and Kovu reunite with Kion and his friends, who are fighting against Vitani and her lionesses.
Kion is happy to see Kiara but mistakes Kovu for an enemy. Kiara immediately stands between Kion and Vitani and reveals that Kovu, Vitani, and the rest of Zira's pride had joined the Pride Landers.
She tells him to return to Pride Rock, where he can be told the full story. Afterward, she and her family spend the rest of the day with Kion.
At night, she notices Kion looking at the stars and accompanies him. When Kion reveals that her relationship with Kovu reminds him of Rani , Kiara teases Kion and realizes that he misses her.
She assures Kion that one day, he may meet Rani again and that their parents would understand.
At the start of the story, Kiara is shaking her father awake and begging him to take her on a walk around the kingdom. Groggily, Simba awakes, and the two exit the cavern, immediately running into Timon and Pumbaa.
At the sight of her two infamous babysitters, Kiara becomes frustrated, as she knows how overprotective her father can be. However, before Simba can assign Timon and Pumbaa a task, Zazu flutters up to the king and announces that Outsiders have been spotted in the Pride Lands near the western canyon.
With such news, Simba is forced to cut the walk short. Before leaving, he instructs Kiara to stay near Pride Rock with Timon and Pumbaa beside her at all times.
Disappointed, Kiara begins to plot a way to get away from her babysitters so she can go to the western canyon herself.
With a devious plot forming in her head, the young cub leads Timon and Pumbaa away from the shelter of Pride Rock. As the trio make their way through the forest, Timon and Pumbaa begin to search the foliage for grubs, completely forgetting about their duty to oversee Kiara.
Taking advantage of the situation, the small cub sneaks away. No sooner has she escaped, however, when a strange cub tackles her to the ground.
At first, the two don't recognize each other, but then Kiara identifies the cub as her old playmate, Kovu. As the cubs are playing, Kiara hears Pumbaa cry out for help.
The two friends immediately race to the source of the voice and find that Timon is hanging unconscious from a vine in a tree.
Quickly, the two formulate a plan. While Kovu climbs up the tree and frees Timon, Kiara clambers onto Pumbaa's back and catches the meerkat as he falls.
After laying Timon gently in Pumbaa's tusks, Kiara bids her friend farewell, as they both agree that he would not be welcome in the Pride Lands.
On the way back to Pride Rock, Timon revives and thanks Kiara for saving his life. The three friends then agree not to tell anyone about their encounter with Kovu but to merely mention him as a friend.
The story is later recounted to Simba, who praises his daughter for her quick thinking. Kiara accepts the thanks and then adds cheekily that many things are possible if only with a little help from a friend.
Kiara resembles her mother Nala , but has lighter fur color and a different eye color. As an infant and a cub, Kiara is small and soft-featured, less robust and stocky than her father Simba , but just as lithe and sleek as her mother.
Kiara's pelt is of a more peach tone, like that of her father's, but is tempered by the creamy hues of her mother.
As a result, she doesn't carry as rich a gold as her father's or grandfather's pelts. Her muzzle, paws, and underbelly are cream in color, while her tail tuft is creamy brown.
Her eyes are reddish-brown like her father's. As a young adult, Kiara grows significantly bigger, though she is still smaller than the other lionesses.
She retains the same light pelt color from her cubhood, not darkening with age as her parents did. Perhaps because she is young, Kiara doesn't take criticism well, making a habit of justifying her own behavior to her parents and in particular her father.
She is also shown to be impatient, wanting her way and willing to lie and scheme in order to get it. Around Timon and Pumbaa , her patience is especially tested, and she proves to be rather irritable when pushed over the edge.
She can also be a bit bratty, proving to be stubborn and resistant when faced with constructive criticism.
Despite being so headstrong, Kiara is a good-hearted cub, easily excitable and open to meeting new friends, including an exiled Outsider named Kovu.
She is also quick to pick up on the cultural differences between their prides, as it doesn't take her long to realize that Kovu has been raised in a different setting than she has.
Being non-judgmental, she is willing to tweak her own behavior in order to make him feel more comfortable. This friendly approach makes quite the mark on Kovu, who begins to question his own role as an Outsider.
Even Zira's dark training is pierced by the natural friendliness which Kiara radiates as a young cub. Through all of Kiara's faults and childlike qualities, one question burns fervently in her mind: Who am I?
As the daughter of Simba and Nala, she is the future queen of the Pride Lands, a role which she finds hard to accept as a young cub.
Seeing only the dull responsibility in the position, Kiara would rather live a carefree life, devoid of accountability, than assume her father's kingly role.
She often questions her own predetermined fate, wanting to choose a destiny of her own, and continually insists that she isn't just a princess, showing frequent annoyance when referred to by her title.
As she grows up, Kiara comes to accept her role as future queen and starts to pay more attention to her parents' lessons in ruling the Pride Lands.
She starts to participate more in royal duties, such as presiding over the Royal Buffalo Wallow.
She also takes her duty and role seriously, such as when Simba temporarily leaves her in charge and when she tries to help Ma Tembo find a water source during the dry season.
Kiara has a subtle sibling rivalry with her younger brother Kion. Despite having a sibling rivalry with her brother, the two still care about each other, though are often too stubborn to admit it.
As time goes by, not only does their rivalry diminish, but their respect for each other grows.
As such, she is very displeased when her friends, Tiifu and Zuri, for distracting the Lion Guard with only a minor emergency, realizing that that her brother and his Guard have more important duties to attend to.
She also worries a lot for her brother when he is in danger and is extremely concerned when Kion gets his scar. As a young adult, Kiara remains almost identical to her cub self in personality.
Still wild at heart, she longs to escape her father's overprotective wing, proving herself to be even more determined than ever to gain independence.
Her yearning to be free is so strong that she's willing to run away from the Pride Lands and endanger her life in order to prove that she is capable and strong.
In doing so, Kiara often rejects the truth, wanting to make herself seem as though everything is in her control. This can be clearly seen when she's around Kovu, who is much more arrogant than she is.
Unbothered by his bloated ego, Kiara determines to prove herself just as capable as he is and shows herself willing to clash heads with him in order to sustain her pride.
Kiara is also much calmer as a young adult, as shown when she is dealing with Kovu and her father later in the movie, especially when she stands up to him and manages to talk reason into him, indicating her determination to complete the task at hand.
Kiara is also very cheerful, always seeing the best in others and looking at the positive side of situations. She possesses a strong sense of justice, which is shown during her mate's trial, as she believed that Kovu was innocent and realized that the ambush was not his fault.
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.
This, in turn, shows that she is willing to confront her own father in order to show her dedication to her values. Despite yearning to seem mature, Kiara is a cub at heart, able to laugh at everything and make even Kovu's rough training into a game.
Her outlook is a positive one, and she is one of Kovu's most loyal encouragers, seeing past his rough exterior to the kind character within.
Unlike Simba, who is only able to see an Outsider's crimes, Kiara recognizes Kovu's individuality, accepting her enemies as being no different than she is.
This intuitive acceptance of the Outsiders, the enemy pride, is most likely an evolution of her understanding as a cub for Kovu and his way of life.
Even when young, Kiara saw no problem in making friends with an Outsider, and once grown, her bright outlook morphed into a mature understanding of how the prides should live and interact.
Even Simba benefits from Kiara's teaching, recognizing his daughter for her recognition of a principle that he initially would not accept himself.
For a lioness so young, Kiara possesses a significant amount of bravery, as she jumps in front of a rage-driven Zira in order to prevent her from killing Simba, and risks being blown away by Kion's Roar in order to defend Vitani and her pride.
Her noble side shines through when she turns the other cheek and offers Zira help up the cliff side despite the risk that her enemy will pull her down into the river as a token of thanks.
Once again, Simba is exposed to the mature teachings of his daughter, who is willing to endanger herself in order to bring her enemies to the light.
Time and time again, Kiara proves herself to be selfless and almost unnaturally empathetic toward those who wish to do her harm.
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.
Remembering Simba's words about Outsiders, she takes them literally and continually positions herself so that her back is not to Kovu.
The two cubs are forced to work together to escape some crocodiles and become friends as a result. She plays with him for a time, but the two are forcibly separated by Simba along with Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, and two lionesses , and Kovu's mother Zira , a follower of Scar who was banished from the Pride Lands.
Kiara is taken home by Simba, where he gently scolds her for putting herself in danger, noting that as future queen, she needs to be careful.
When Kiara expresses her reluctance at becoming queen, Simba explains how they are connected and sings " We Are One " to explain this.
Sometime after, while at his tree, Rafiki notes to Mufasa's spirit that Kiara is growing into a great future queen, but he worries about Kovu, who is being trained by Zira to hate.
Mufasa is able to communicate a plan to Rafiki, using a broken gourd as an example. If Kiara and Kovu are brought together, then the feud between the two prides can be solved.
Rafiki doubts the plan at first but agrees to trust Mufasa after some convincing. Kiara is next seen as an adolescent, preparing for her first hunt.
She expresses her desire to hunt on alone, and with prodding from Nala, Simba reluctantly agrees. However, he breaks his promise almost immediately and sends Timon and Pumbaa to watch her.
Kiara discovers them and is angered by her father's over-protectiveness. She runs away to hunt on her own, away from the Pride Lands, and ends up in the midst of a wildfire set by Zira's other children, Vitani and Nuka.
Kiara tries to escape, but is knocked out by smoke, and is saved by Kovu. Simba and Nala arrive at their daughter's aid, as they had seen the smoke from the fire.
Kovu asks to join the pride, but an angry Simba refuses. Rafiki appears and reveals that Kovu had saved Kiara's life. Kovu is allowed to return to Pride Rock temporarily, pending a final judgment of character by Simba.
Simba distrusts Kovu and forces him to sleep outside. In response, Kiara convinces Kovu to teach her to hunt. The next day, Kiara inadvertently and unknowingly interrupts Kovu's intended ambush of Simba.
She and Kovu spend the day together as Kiara learns to hunt, and later the two are seen stargazing together. With some subtle prodding from Rafiki, the two begin to fall in love.
Kovu later attempts to tell Kiara about his place in Zira's plot, and his reluctance to assume his role, to take over the Pride Lands but is stopped by Simba, who wishes to speak with Kovu alone.
She later sees her father, obviously injured, coming back from an ambush set up by the Outsiders as she sends Zazu for help.
Kiara disbelieves that Kovu was involved when Simba accuses him of being in on it. Despite this, Kiara does help her father get back to Pride Rock with Timon and Pumbaa's help, who were with her.
Kiara wanted to see Kovu when he came back but is stopped by Simba, who confronts him for coming back to the Pride Lands. Kiara watched Kovu's banishment, much to her sadness, which she actively protests against her father's decision, only to be stopped by the other lionesses.
As Kovu flees, Rafiki who was watching the event sighs sadly feeling that Simba has completely defied his father's goals and was too intoxicated with hate to notice Kovu for who he really is.
Afterward, Kiara approaches Simba and asks him to reconsider his decision, but he was too angry to change his mind, and to make matters worse, Simba forbids Kiara to leave Pride Rock unescorted, intending to keep her away from Kovu, leading into an argument.
Despite Simba telling her that Kovu was using her to get to him, Kiara tells her father that Kovu loves her for who she is.
Simba, however, believed that Kovu loved her for being his daughter. Infuriated, Kiara tells her father that he doesn't know Kovu as she does.
When Simba says that Kovu is following Scar's paw prints and that he must follow his father's, Kiara, who had enough of her father's words, insults him by declaring that he will never be Mufasa , which horrifies him, before running into Pride Rock in tears as the shocked lionesses look on.
Kiara manages to break out of Pride Rock and reunites with Kovu. Though Kovu considers running away to form their own pride, Kiara understands her father's words from when she was a cub when she sees her and Kovu's reflections merge in the water.
She convinces Kovu to return so that they may try to reunite their divided prides. Kovu agrees and the two return to find that the Pridelanders and Outsiders are at war.
Kiara and Kovu break up a fight between Simba and Zira, who tell them to step aside. Kiara persuades her pride and the Outsiders that their prides are no different from each other, and convinces the majority to drop the feud.
However, Zira refuses to budge and attempts to attack Simba. Kiara leaps to defend him, and the two lionesses fall off a cliff.
Kiara is able to land on a safe ledge, and she attempts to save Zira, who is clinging to the side of the cliff. Zira refuses, and slips into the river below and drowns.
Kiara appears in the Disney Junior TV film The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar and series The Lion Guard , which sees her having a younger brother named Kion whom she appears to have a sibling rivalry with , who serves as the protagonist.
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.
She also seems slightly older than her cub self in Simba's Pride as she reaches Simba's shoulder, implying that several months have passed since her encounter with Kovu and Zira.
Kiara is a bit more arrogant but yet kind compared to her gentle behavior in the sequel and Simba doesn't seem to be overly protective of her as he is in the sequel.
It's also shown another difference where Kiara is alright with wanting to become the future Queen, while in Simba's Pride Kiara is not sure of her future.
It's likely that she matured over the months and Simba became less overbearing with this. The two siblings have a short squabble before being separated by Simba who sends Kion and Bunga away to play their game away elsewhere.
She is later seen with her friends Tiifu and Zuri with the latter getting her claws stuck in a log due to constantly sharpening them , though she is later helped out.
After hearing from Bunga that Kion is setting up the Lion Guard and has made Bunga the first member, Kiara questions Kion on if Simba knows about this to which Kion replies that it was Simba who told him to pick members.
Simba thanks Kiara, before sending her and Tiifu to track gazelles while he has a word with Kion.
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