Simba then finds a waterhole for the crocodiles to stay in, but it is small and cramped. 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. 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. He also serves as a major antagonist of Season 2 and as a supporting character of Season 3. Ono manages to save him from Makuu, but leaves to fetch the Lion Guard for help. 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. Fuli asked. 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. Kion submits to Makuu's request and leads his team away from the float, unaware that Kiburi is watching from the shadows. 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. Once free, Kifaru uses the tree stump as a weapon and helps free the other Lion Guard members from their entanglements. It is currently possessed by Kion, the son of Simba and Nala, and by Vitani, daughter of Zira. Makuu prepares to eat Kion and his best friend, Bunga. Despite their initial upper hand, the float is repulsed when the Lion Guard joins forces with Makuu's float and Hodari distracts Kiburi and allows Makuu to strike a powerful blow. Kion then gets the idea to call Makuu for help. Ono spots the attack, and Kion leads his team into battle. No sooner has he revealed this when Mtoto overhears a crocodile heading to Pride Rock, and Ono spots Makuu en route to the Summit. Furious at Kion's bias of him, Makuu backs out of a near-finished agreement. The crocodiles attack the Lion Guard and manage to get the upper hand, but with Mwenzi's help, Kifaru gets loose and tackles the crocodiles. While Bunga, Fuli, and Ono set out to clear the grove of animals, Beshte and Kion confront Makuu. 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. She's too strong. 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. Beshte forges ahead, leaving Basi behind, and the crocodiles corner him in the hippo lane. "Just you wait, Mac! Reirei: How can this be?! Makuu is first seen helping fight back the Army of Scar. After Makuu leaves, the animals return to their habitats, and Basi invites the crocodiles to return to Big Springs once the fish population spikes. Kion submits to Makuu's request and leads his team away from the float, unaware that Kiburi is watching from the shadows. 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. 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. In awe, Makuu backs down and leads his float out of Big Springs. Like his hyena ancestors before him, Janja is a greedy, arrogant, eccentric, temperamental and vicious individual with no regard for the Circle of Life. Makuu first appears when he overhears Kion stating that he will never use the Roar of the Elders again. By GiuseppeDiRosso Watch. He is the leader of his float. A horrified Twiga and Vuruga Vuruga exclaim that they had never intended for Makuu to get hurt. He then advises Kion to back down if he's not willing to fight Makuu. Makuu continually knocks his tail against Mwenzi's tree in an attempt to dislodge him. With Hodari's knowledge of the combat practice of Makuu's float - and Makuu's recent injuries - Kiburi's float attacks Makuu's after being confronted by the Lion Guard. Later, Mtoto rushes up to the Lion Guard and proclaims that Makuu is yelling at Bupu again, this time at Pride Rock. Makuu sees Kifaru's prone position as an opportunity for larger prey and rallies his float to take down the rhino. 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. Kion and the Guard stop the plot, and Simba realizes the situation. The two manage to cross over another hippo lane, but as the crocodiles move to follow them, they get trampled by Bupu's herd. This b… However, the event soon gets out of hand, for the animals trip over the galagos and end up in a heap. Makuu allows Hodari to join his float after the latter helps him defeat Kiburi. kiburi thelionguard kiburithelionguard. He returned a moment later, and settled down on Beshte's back. "How's Basi?" With Beshte in the lead, the hippos begin to weave a winding trail through the Flood Plains, leading Makuu and his float on a wild chase. Makuu protests that he had been invited, and Simba confirms to Kion that he had invited Makuu to Pride Rock himself. He is the villainous leader of the crocodiles in the Pride Lands. Makuu: Kiburi Simba banished you from Pridelands and now you came here to attack me! 382 Views. Just then, Ono spots a herd of cape buffalo stampeding toward the crocodiles, and Kion yells for the float to take cover. The Lion Guard starts to continue on their patrol, but Hodari halts Beshte. 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. Kiburi is a major antagonist of The Lion Guard. She hastens to the Lair of the Lion Guard and relates what had happened to the Pride Landers. Bunga proclaims that Mtoto had heard Makuu, but Mtoto clarifies that he had only heard Twiga speaking about Makuu. He has some light green spots running along his back, and small black claws. Simba interrupts Kiburi's speech, and Kiburi realizes that the Lion Guard has outsmarted him. Because of this, Pua, like Kion, recognizes that fighting isn't always necessary and that sometimes you must accept defeat as shown when he tells Kion to back down when he doesn't want to fight. 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. Once at Mizimu Grove, the Lion Guard comments on how well the animals are behaving, though Kion remains unconvinced of Makuu's reformation. He instructs the animals to race toward Bunga. Hodari senses the danger and tells Beshte to carry him closer to the fight, as he has an idea. Images of Makuu from The Lion Guard.