The Lion Guard S2 E6-Kiburi. Makuu and his float are accidentally awoken by the Lion Guard when they try to halt a stampede. The team rushes to Pride Rock, where Kion tackles Makuu to the ground. Just then, Makuu reveals himself and announces to the gathered animals that he had come to the Summit with the intention of helping his float and the Pride Lands, but had only received distrust and hostility. Janja's Clan are the major antagonistic faction of the 2015 Disney Channel film The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, and a major antagonistic faction in its 2016 Disney Junior follow-up series The Lion Guard behind their leader Janja, Makuu and his float (who later reform) in season one and later behind Scar in season two. Makuu first appears when he overhears Kion stating that he will never use the Roar of the Elders again. Makuu allows Hodari to join his float after the latter helps him defeat Kiburi. Fuli asked. Makuu leads his float against Kifaru the rhinoceros. Makuu promises to keep his proposition in mind. They start to break up the sparring, but are warned to stop by Hodari, a gecko who is spectating from a tree. Pua is very patient and slow to anger. Mzingo is a supporting antagonist in the 2015 Disney TV filmThe Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, and a recurring antagonist in its 2016 follow-up series The Lion Guard, both of which are follow-ups to the 1994 animated filmThe Lion King. "Makuu's Float is attacking Bhati." Makuu sees Kifaru's prone position as an opportunity for larger prey and rallies his float to take down the rhino. Kiburi: Am here for revenge. With Simba's support, Makuu promises to take his duties seriously, much to the discomfort of the other Pride Lander leaders. tom (from star vs the forces of evil) as Makuu blitzwing (la) as kiburi jack and jill (from puss in boots) as Goigoi and reirei Bluenose (From Theodore Tugboat) as Jasiri Oliver (From Theodore Tugboat) as Ushari billy shoepack as Pua hamhock (from puss in boots) as Dogo zodiac (from 7lightening) as Zira shaun (from shaun the sheep) as Kovu However, Kifaru misjudges Makuu's location and rams into a tree stump, trapping his horn in bark. Kion submits to Makuu's request and leads his team away from the float, unaware that Kiburi is watching from the shadows. #stories, (The Outsiders attacking the Pridelands until Kion showed up confronting them). Kion submits to Makuu's request and leads his team away from the float, unaware that Kiburi is watching from the shadows. Beshte does as he is told, and Hodari comes close enough to leap onto Kiburi's snout, distracting him. After Pua's defeat, Kion receives word that the giraffes have moved into the baboons' forest. Images of Makuu from The Lion Guard. The Lion Guard starts to continue on their patrol, but Hodari halts Beshte. Makuu is a minor character in the 2015 Disney Channel TV film The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, and the former secondary antagonist-turned-supporting character in its 2016 Disney Junior follow-up series The Lion Guard. Instead, Kion goes to Pua, asking for him to call for another mashindano, but Pua reminds Kion that Makuu is much stronger than him. Makuu then leads his float into Lake Matope, with Kion looking after him worriedly, wondering if the Pride Lands are in danger. He then growls at Kion, who had been about to follow Bunga. The moment the Lion Guard departs, he and his float attack Makuu, using the lessons given to them by their new member, Hodari, to evade their attacks and seize an effortless victory. His underbelly is light green. An enraged Makuu accuses the other Pride Landers of not trusting him and wonders why he should trust them when they are not willing to give him a chance. Kion tackles Makuu, believing that the crocodile is trying to ruin the Savannah Summit. 17 Favourites. "Where are they?" The Lion Guard quickly apologizes to Makuu, who leads his float in continuing their training. However, his partaking in the Kupatana celebration indicates that he has come to respect the Circle of Life, as he, along with another crocodile, kindly allow a jerboa to pass between them. Just then, Makuu attacks, hurting Mwenzi's wing and knocking him into the branches of a tree. After Makuu leaves, the animals return to their habitats, and Basi invites the crocodiles to return to Big Springs once the fish population spikes. He is a former member of Makuu 's float, he later serves as Makuu's arch-nemesis and the leader of the crocodiles living in The Outlands, that served under Scar, before reforming after Scar's defeat. In awe, Makuu backs down and leads his float out of Big Springs. In the film, Olmec from "Legends of the Hidden Temple" tells us how Gil and his friends meet a lion … However, the moment Makuu is gone, Kiburi inspires the other crocodiles into helping him forcibly take over the other water holes in the Pride Lands. Kion confronts Makuu, asking him to leave Big Springs, but the crocodile refuses, mocking Kion for being unwilling to fight. When Simba decides to defer Kiburi's punishment to Makuu, the latter states that Kiburi and his followers are no longer part of the float, and Simba then banishes them from the Pride Lands. A furious Kion confronts Makuu, telling him to stick to his own territory, but the crocodile simply points out that the flooded river is indeed his territory. Ono spots the attack, and Kion leads his team into battle. Some time ago, Kion and his friend Bunga accidentally wandered into Pua's float's territory. Later, as Basi is helping Beshte make hippo lanes, Makuu and his float spy on them from the reeds. He has three green markings on the side of his ribs. No sooner has he revealed this when Mtoto overhears a crocodile heading to Pride Rock, and Ono spots Makuu en route to the Summit. Physically, he is also very strong. Despite his injury, Makuu spars with Kiburi, a former member of his float. They arrive in time to rescue him from Makuu and his float, whom they chastise for not honoring the rule that no animal is to be attacked while trying to cross the Flood Plains after a rainstorm. Hodari senses the danger and tells Beshte to carry him closer to the fight, as he has an idea. There is a brief struggle, but Makuu and his float manage to overpower the Lion Guard and trap them in the midst of the water. Makuu plans to make his move against the Pride Lands, only this time, he will invade the entire Flood Plains. Just then, Ono spots a herd of cape buffalo stampeding toward the crocodiles, and Kion yells for the float to take cover. After Kiburi challenges Makuu to a Mashindano, Scar instructs Ushari to inform Kiburi of a plot to ambush his nephew, Simba. Makuu attempts to train Kion's Pride Lander army. Reirei: How can this be?! Makuu appears in a painting during the "Wisdom on the Walls" musical sequence. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. As they speak, the Lion Guard notices that Makuu is missing from the event, and Mtoto runs up with news that Makuu is speaking angrily near the watering hole. Kion realizes that it is time for the Savannah Summit, an important yearly event in which leaders in the Pride Lands discuss how they will proceed during the dry season. Kiburi is a long, sleek reptile with large, sharp teeth and patterns emerging from under his tail along with two dark green spots under his chin. He reacts with awe when Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to lift Pride Rock. When Ono gives the signal, Kion roars into the trees, clearing them all of their branches. By the time Kifaru has finished with them, they decide to retreat. (Runs faster then beats Reirei). Makuu: Bring it! Simba then finds a waterhole for the crocodiles to stay in, but it is small and cramped. Whilst Kiburi fights Makuu, his three followers surround Simba, but are noticed by Ono, who informs Kion. Tamaa imitates Makuu in order to scare away small animals from their food. A dark green rims his eyes and is also present on the back of his head. Remember me? (He warns them), (Except for Kiburi he went to look for Makuu.). Though Makuu is bothered by Kion's bias, he backs off in an attempt to not start trouble. He instructs the animals to race toward Bunga. Basi and Beshte hear a young rhino crying for help. Along the way, Twiga the giraffe and Vuruga Vuruga the cape buffalo speak resentfully about Makuu's past actions and how readily Simba is willing to forgive him. With negotiations reinitiated, Simba compliments Kion for his work, and the other animals act graciously with Makuu. Makuu: Kiburi Simba banished you from Pridelands and now you came here to attack me! He is a vulture who serves as a majordomo to Janja and now Jasiri, the leader of the hyenas who reside in the Outlands and reports anything to her. While Bunga, Fuli, and Ono set out to clear the grove of animals, Beshte and Kion confront Makuu. He can be a bit of a showoff, as seen when he flamboyantly sees Pua out of the float, and rarely shows respect for other creatures. The crocodiles pull back, winded, and Beshte chastises them for endangering the animals of the Pride Lands. #kionandfuli Join the community to add your comment. However, as seen in "The Savannah Summit", Makuu is somewhat growing as a leader, as he willingly accepts Simba's invitation to join the summit meeting so as to negotiate with the other leaders on how to make their respective species survive the dry season. Kion and the Guard stop the plot, and Simba realizes the situation. Bunga assumes that there is trouble, and Kion worries that Makuu will ruin the Summit. In season three, they are protagonists. The two manage to cross over another hippo lane, but as the crocodiles move to follow them, they get trampled by Bupu's herd. Once at Mizimu Grove, the Lion Guard comments on how well the animals are behaving, though Kion remains unconvinced of Makuu's reformation. "He's fine." Makuu prepares to eat Kion and his best friend, Bunga. The Roar of the Elders, also known as simply "the Roar", is an intensely powerful roar that is bestowed on the leader of the Lion Guard by the Great Kings of the Past. It is currently possessed by Kion, the son of Simba and Nala, and by Vitani, daughter of Zira. When a landslide blocks up a waterfall, the river overflows its bank, and Makuu and his float are given free reign of the Pride Lands. Without asking for an explanation, Kion orders Makuu to back off. "Just you wait, Mac! Later, when Simba is hesitant to trust Janja, Makuu reminds him that he gave Makuu a chance at the Savannah Summit when no one else would. Makuu Vs Pua Mashindano Lion Guard Fight Scene HD - YouTube Not wanting to upset the king, Pua allowed Kion, Bunga, and Zazu to leave his territory unharmed, much to Makuu's disappointment. Hodari tries to remind Kiburi that he cannot be leader without calling for a mashindano, but Kiburi ignores the gecko and continues to mercilessly beat Makuu. Ono manages to save him from Makuu, but leaves to fetch the Lion Guard for help. It takes place after the events of the 2015 TV film The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar and shows the continued adventures of Kion and his friends in The Lion Guard. Makuu then summons the rest of his float to help him take down the rhino, but the Lion Guard arrive before they can attack. Though the crocodiles manage to reach safety on a nearby cliff, the stampede causes a rock slide, which injures Makuu. Basi encourages his son to stand strong against the float, but Beshte reminds Basi that he is injured. I Just Can't Wait to Be King (2019 soundtrack), The Lion Sleeps Tonight (2019 soundtrack), Can You Feel the Love Tonight (2019 soundtrack), The Lion Guard (Music from the TV Series), The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar Characters, https://lionking.fandom.com/wiki/Makuu?oldid=289867. Bunga asked. Makuu: You won win this time! (Kiburi and Makuu fighting while others are), (Kion is on top of Janja pressing his paw). Furious at Kion's bias of him, Makuu backs out of a near-finished agreement. The Lion Guard had been chasing that meanie hyena Janja out of the Pridelands so many times and Kion is on rampage going mad and wants to kill him. Just then, the Lion Guard arrives and fights Makuu off. Jun 5, 2019. #lionguard Malicious Misnaming: Tamka tauntingly calls Kion "Lion Cub" after ramming into him to stop him from saving Makuu, to mock both the Lion Guard's title and Kion for his young age. Makuu and his float merely laugh at him in response, prompting Hodari to flee the scene. (Growls) Kiburi: Let's fight. He then tells his father to follow him through a new hippo lane. With Kiburi's float incapacitated, Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to banish them back to the Outlands, effectively saving Makuu and his float. Kiburi was a member of Makuu's Float, until the Guard accidentally woke him and the rest of the float up, which caused him to disobey his leaders' orders and go and search for his own water. However, Zazu interrupts their talking, and the group continues, with Simba and Zazu singing "Everyone Is Welcome". As they do so, Hodari mimics their movements, professing to Beshte that it is his dream to be a crocodile, or at least an honorary one. When Pua, the leader of the crocodiles, refuses to offset the Circle of Life by hunting the fish in Big Springs, Makuu accuses him of being a coward and challenges him to a mashindano, thinking that the float has a right to the fish in Big Springs. Makuu appears briefly during "Jackal Style" and again at the Kupatana celebration. After Kion encounters Mufasa, he and his friends decide to demonstrate the Roar of the Elders on a grove of trees to show Makuu what he would be in for if he should attempt a fight. Like all crocodiles, rows of Makuu's teeth visibl… Here is a shot of Kiburi from The Lion Guard. Also, like Makuu at first, Kiburi is shown to believe that crocodiles deserve the biggest and most fish-filled water holes in the Pride Lands. Once there, Fuli orders Makuu to leave, but he simply laughs at them for having a leader who refuses to use the Roar of the Elders. He also has great hum… Ringed around his eyes are darker shades of scales. I find it funny that he is just like Makuu was only more full of himself and disrespectful. Kion then gets the idea to call Makuu for help. Makuu falls into a trap, but is rescued by the Lion Guard. The Lion Guard rushes to the rescue, and Kion discovers that Makuu has invaded Big Springs, which has forced the other animals to switch habitats. Find out! Lion Guard: Yeah. Kiburi pins down Makuu, and Tamka overcomes Kion, preventing him from helping Makuu. The other animals fear his wrath, but Makuu merely prompts Simba to let the Summit go on. 1 Promotional images 2 The Lion Guard 2.1 The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar 2.2 The Rise of Makuu 2.3 The Kupatana Celebration 2.4 Never Roar Again 2.5 Beshte and the Hippo Lanes 2.6 Ono the Tickbird 2.7 The Savannah Summit 2.8 The Rise of Scar 2.9 Let Sleeping Crocs Lie 3 Printed Media Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo … Makuu has a long snout, and his eyes are yellow. The Lion Guard leaves, privately deducing that Twiga and Vuruga Vuruga are too afraid to tell the truth about Makuu because he had threatened them. Later, the animals of the Pride Lands gather to witness the mashindano, and Makuu manages to pull a victory over the aged Pua. Later that day, Kion announces to the Summit that Makuu had fallen into a pit and lost his life in the struggle. Kion attempts to convince his father that Makuu is untrustworthy, but Simba insists that all animals must be treated equally in the Pride Lands, no matter their past transgressions. Kion deduces that Makuu must be trying to spoil the event, and he and the Lion Guard take off to thwart the danger. He then stalks off, enraged, with Simba calling after him desperately. The Lion Guard takes off to stop the danger and arrives on the scene to find Makuu arguing with Bupu, the antelope leader. Running along the end of his tail is green stripes. Makuu approaches Simba and assures him that he had had no knowledge of Kiburi's scheme, to which Simba defers Kiburi's punishment to Makuu. Beshte forges ahead, leaving Basi behind, and the crocodiles corner him in the hippo lane. As Makuu slithers away, the Lion Guard vows to put a stop to his schemes, and Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to break the dam and allow the river to flow as usual. He then yells for Makuu to use the Wide Tailspin, which Makuu does, knocking Kiburi into the mud and freeing Makuu from his prone position. Makuu begrudgingly agrees to help, but his training is too rigorous and ruthless for the other Pride Landers to master. The Lion Guard was patrolling Chakula Plains. After Makuu and his float take over the Flood Plains, a mongoose who had been chased away happens to run past Fuli, who resolves to save the Flood Plains with the rest of her team. The Lion Guard is an American animated TV series that first aired on Disney Junior on 15 January 2016. Though enraged at first, Makuu goes to Pride Rock to speak with Simba, ordering his float to stay where they are. Once free, Kifaru uses the tree stump as a weapon and helps free the other Lion Guard members from their entanglements. Kion is disturbed by this turn of events and asks his father about Makuu's challenge. Makuu and his float challenge Basi and Beshte in the Flood Plains. The Army of Scar besieges Makuu's float, with Kiburi targeting Makuu. He then says that if Janja's information isn't useful, he and his float will eat the hyena. After the fight, Makuu thanks the Pride Landers for their help and vows to return the favor should they find themselves in trouble. Davidchannel's TV-Spoofs Disney Junior's 2016-2019 animated Adventure/Comedy-Drama TV ShowsThe Lion Guard, a spin-off of "The Lion King". Makuu defeats Kiburi, and his plot is exposed. In utter defeat, Makuu and his float swim off into the Flood Plains. Makuu relents, but insults hippos for always following the rules. Despite his injuries, Makuu insists that he is fine and continues to train his float. Makuu is a boastful crocodile who loves to bask in the attention of others. They gather together Bupu's herd, Laini's group, Ma Tembo's herd, and Mbeya's crash ("Pride Landers Unite!"). Reply. 6 Comments. After that episode, Makuu has completely changed for the better, willing to forgive others for their mistakes, showing his gratitude when others help him and his float, and making the wellbeing of his float his top priority. Kion submits to Makuu's request and leads his team away from the float, unaware that Kiburi is watching from the shadows. He has several dark green scales running along his back and on his tail. Makuu's name means "ambition" or "arrogance, vanity, self-importance" or "pride" in Swahili. Kion, Nala, and Ono hasten to the scene of the crime, where Kion and Nala command Makuu to share the Flood Plains with the other Pride Landers. He reverts back to his old ways in "Never Roar Again", as he attempts to take over the Flood Plains when Kion vows to never use the Roar of the Elders again, and remains this way in "Beshte and the Hippo Lanes", where he attacks Basi in a second attempt to take over the Flood Plains. Although initially Makuu acted with hostility toward the pair, his attempts to eat the young animals were thwarted by Zazu, who informed Pua that Kion was the son of Simba. Together, the Lion Guard and their Pride Lander allies storm the watering hole and fight off the Army of Scar. Despite the Lion Guard's presence, Bupu attacks Makuu, who attempts to defend himself until Kion chastises him again, claiming that he will not let anyone ruin the Savannah Summit, "especially" not Makuu. The Lion Guard watches in satisfaction. Hodari then asks Beshte if he will introduce him to Makuu, and Beshte happily agrees. Like Makuu at first, Kiburi is an arrogant crocodile who believes that violence is the solution to every problem and who dislikes the notions of shares and compromise. Makuu protests that he had been invited, and Simba confirms to Kion that he had invited Makuu to Pride Rock himself. He returned a moment later, and settled down on Beshte's back. Meanwhile, the Lion Guard tries to warn Makuu that Kiburi is lurking in the Pride Lands, but Makuu insists that his float can care for itself. Together, the team takes off to protect Twiga, but when they arrive on the scene, Makuu is nowhere to be found, only Twiga and Vuruga Vuruga. When Simba asks if this is the new crocodile way, Makuu says that perhaps it is. Later, the Lion Guard tries to warn Makuu that Kiburi and his float is lurking in the Pride Lands, but Makuu insists that his float can care for itself. He then advises Kion to back down if he's not willing to fight Makuu. Makuu: Kiburi Simba banished you from Pridelands and now you came here to attack me! When Chama, Mzaha and Furaha stampede through the crocodiles' water hole, they splash mud on Makuu and his float, prompting him to glare after the trio in annoyance. He also serves as a major antagonist of Season 2 and as a supporting character of Season 3. Though Makuu wins, he soon discovers that it was a diversion so that Kiburi's followers could attempt to assassinate Simba. Simba interrupts Kiburi's speech, and Kiburi realizes that the Lion Guard has outsmarted him. Bunga proclaims that Mtoto had heard Makuu, but Mtoto clarifies that he had only heard Twiga speaking about Makuu.