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The Lion Guard will recount the efforts of Kion, the son and youngest child of Simba and Nala, to assemble a team of animals to protect the Pride Lands. Some characters from The Lion King, its 1998 sequel The Lion King II: Simba's Pride and 2004's The Lion King 1½, will appear such as Kiara, Timon, Pumbaa, Rafiki, Zazu, Simba, Nala and Mufasa. It will also feature new characters including a cheetah named Fuli, a hippopotamus named Beshte, an egret named Ono and a honey badger named Bunga, who will serve as Kion's friends.
Kion gets separated from the rest of the Lion Guard and meets Jasiri in the Outlands who rescues and helps him.
Makuu takes over as a leader of the crocodiles; Kion questions whether to intervene or respect animal traditions.
Floodwaters threaten the Pride Lands; Bunga's quick fix may not be the best solution.
Simba leaves Kiara in charge of the Pride Lands while he goes to say goodbye to an old elephant friend named Amanifu who has just passed away. Upon learning of this from Mzingo, Janja decides to take advantage of Kiara's inexperience and comes up with a plan to take over the Pride Lands.
While helping the Lion Guard driving away Janja's Clan following their attempted attack on a wildebeest herd, Ono temporarily loses his vision in his left eye. When Janja overhears the news from the vultures, he plans to take advantage of this. Meanwhile, Rafiki works on his paintings of the Lion Guard.
During a celebrated holiday in the Pride Lands, Kion and his friends rescue a jackal pup from Janja but soon discover that he is in a family of jackals and the matriarch, Reirei, manages to fool Kion into letting them stay.
The gang feel as though that Fuli has no family and invite her to join their individual activities, oblivious to the fact that she enjoys flying solo. Meanwhile, Bunga lets immunity go to his head after being told that he is immune to Ushari's venom.
Bunga, Kion, Ono, and Beshte search for Utamu grubs. On the way, Bunga tells the story of how he met Timon and Pumbaa. Meanwhile, Fuli goes on a mission alone and overexerts herself leaving her vulnerable to an attack by Mzingo's flock.
Beshte rescues a young elephant that idolizes him after he wanders into danger.
The Lion Guard steps in when they encounter a deceptive drongo bird named Tamaa who mimics predators to scare off smaller animals.
Bunga thinks that Rafiki's paintings can predict the future and believes that Kion will fall from a high tree. Soon, he and the rest of the guard desperately try to keep Kion from climbing trees. Meanwhile, Janja, Cheezi, and Chungu plan an attack on the zebra herd.
When Simba and Bunga get trapped in a sinkhole, it's up to the Lion Guard to save them. Meanwhile, Simba and Bunga realize that being raised by Timon and Pumbaa is something that they have in common.
Beshte makes friends with a timid okapi named Ajabu who has traveled to the Pride Lands to get away from Makucha the leopard, but the guard thinks that Ajabu is imaginary due to his tendency to hide from others. When Makucha shows up in the Pride Lands however, the guard soon realizes that Beshte's new friend is real.
The Lion Guard mistakenly chase off aardwolves instead of hyenas and the Pride Lands becomes overrun with termites.
The Guard must help a leopard stand up to a bully challenging his territory.
Janja replaces Chungu and Cheezi with two new hyenas in an attempt to sideline the Lion Guard.
After the Lion Guard rescue a baby baboon, Fuli is charged with returning the baboon to its mother.
When tales of a mysterious creature plague the Pride Lands, the Guard must conquer their fears and track down the elusive beast.
When Jasiri asks the Lion Guard for help, they must choose whether to side with the hyenas or the lions.
Fearing he's lost control of his roar, Kion vows to never use it again.
The Guard must help two zany gorilla princes return to their home in the snowy Rwenzori Mountains
While Nala takes Kion and Kiara on a trip to teach them the importance of working together, Simba is left in charge of the Lion Guard.
When Ono meets his idol, the legendary eagle Hadithi, he learns that his hero isn't what he expected.
Ono must fill in for a rhino‘s "seeing-eye bird" while the Guard helps the rhino and tickbird resolve their differences.
James Earl Jones(Mufasa)
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