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When Kiara finally came too, she opened her eyes slowly. “Where I am I?” She heard a voice say “You’re safe… in the Pridelands.” What was this lion even talking about, why did he bring her back? She had just ran away. “The Pridelands? Why did you bring me here? Who do you think you are?!” She inched towards him, in a crouched position. “I think I’m the one that just saved your life.” Saved her life? She didn’t ask anyone to save her. “Look, I had everything under control!” Who was this lion? She had never seen him before… “Not from where I was standing.” Was he asking for trouble? she snapped “Then move downwind.” She began to saunter off. He blocked her. She changed directions. He blocked her again. Was he really begging to fight? She was annoyed beyond belief. Who did he think he was?
He continued her little charade for a little longer, but it got old fast. “What are you doing?” he asked, his tone harsh. Kiara stared at him for a bit, but then perked up, “…Kovu?” He smirked his usual cocky smirk, but was interrupted by a loud roar; Simba.
Kiara couldn’t believe it was Kovu, here to save her again. Where had he been all this time? Why hadn’t he tried to talk to her about what had happened at Pride Rock so long ago? She was so upset with him, wondering if he was still the same sweet cub she had once known. “Kiara!” She heard her father’s roar, knowing that he wouldn’t be as receptive to Kovu as she might have been. She was so angry at her father for sending Timon and Pumbaa, of all people, after her. “Father, how could you break your promise?” He snapped back at her. “It’s a good thing I did. I almost lost you. No more hunts for you. Not ever.” She was infuriated. “But I was doing just fine. Even before Kovu!” As soon as the name left her mouth, she knew she regretted saying it. Her father was not approving of Outlanders, not even the ones who had no doing in what happened with him and Scar.
Nala followed Simba towards the area he assumed Kiara would be. She spotted her daughter and went up to her, nudging her with happiness. “Kiara..” Nala smiled. The mood wasn’t as joyful as Nala’s though, and the tension rose. Nala began watching with curious, surprised eyes. It was hard to grasp all that had happened between the morning and now. Simba wasn’t happy with Kiara, and soon he roared in anger. “Simba!” Nala said indignantly. How could he be so mad? “Simba! You owe him your daughters life…” He didn’t seem too pleased.