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Author has written 7 stories for Lion King.
So, yeah. I am also Maplefrost-232. You may be wondering where the -232 comes from? I have absolutely no idea. Random number that popped into my head when I made my account.
This is my account for The Lion King :) so you can expect every story here to be about just that. That's... about it. Well, I do have these things on my profile so if you want to, read them. Read my FanFics also if you want!
My Biggest FF Pet Peeve: I didn't write this but I agree one-hundred percent with EVERY word said here.
OC Profiles (Each story is separated if I have more than one):
A Prince and a Princess: The Next Generation
Tamara(Tama): (Name meaning: Palm Tree) Tamara is the daughter of King Kovu and Queen Kiara. She is also the heir to the throne, as she is a few minute older than her brother Kota. The only way her brother would be king would be if she denied the throne, or if something happened to her (Such as she died, ect.). Her full name is Tamara, but everybody calls her Tama. Her personality is a sort of mixture of Nala's, Vitani's, and Kovu's. She's not much like her mother Kiara at all, other than how she doesn't want to be queen either. She is a sort of tomboy, and is stronger than the other cubs, even the boys (I think she gets that from Nala ;)). Her best friend other than her brother is Sekani. Tama greatly dislikes Zamani, not because Zamani's mean or anything, she just doesn't like her. She find her annoying, a priss, and a scaredy-cat. She is betrothed (much to their current disgust ;)) to Sekani, her best friend. She has a good head on her shoulders, and her contrast with Kota helps their heads work together *perfectly*. Kota is a bit naive, and doesn't think things through very often or well. Tamara is a bit better at doing this, but she too, especially when she's in an emotional moment, can act on impulse--and do things she often later regrets. Tama is decided, she knows exactly what she wants, and being queen is not it.
Kota: (Name meaning: The allies)
Picture of Kota: Here.
Sekani: (Name meaning: Merriment; joy
Zamani: (Name meaning: Past; Memory)
The best quote ever:
Some of my other favorite non-Warriors quotes (Go to my Warriors profile to see those ;) link above)
-Of all the things you wear, your expression is most important.
-The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.
-One thing you can give and still keep….is your word.
-Ideas won’t work unless ’You’ do.
-The 10 commandments are not multiple choice.
-A sharp tongue can cut your own throat.
-The heaviest thing you can carry is a grudge.
-The pursuit of happiness is the chase of a lifetime!
-Trust takes years to build, seconds to break.
-Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass; it's about learning to dance in the rain.
Some stuffs about me:
Hair color: Red. The color of a new penny, actually.
Eye color: Green (they like little olives ^ ^)
Skin color: I'm fair-skinned, but not like pale or a vampire or anything. Peaches-N-Cream complexion, it's called.
Male or female: Female
Favorite animals: Lion, followed closely by wolves, and coming into third place horses.
Favorte book series: Without even blinking, Warriors. I love many though... for example, another I love a LOT Seekers. If you didn't already see it, look at the top of my profile; I have a link to my other FF account that I publish all Warrior FF's on.
Favorite movie/s: The Lion King
Interesting things: Lion King names mean this in Swahili (I translated every Lion King character's name... a few had no translation (such as Mufasa), but most did. Here are the ones that did...):
Nala: Or (I know, weird.)
Taka (Scar's real name): Waste
Kiara: Was (Again, weird.)
Kovu: Scar (LOL! Makes so much sense!)
All other characters in the movie have no name meaning, or at least not in Swahili.
More interesting Lion King things:
Upendi does not mean love. Funniily enough, Upendi means “Not.” Yes, “Not.” Like, “I'm Upendi going to the movies.”
HOWEVER, Upendo DOES mean love. Maybe they thought “In Upendi” sounded catchier?
Well, they set themselves up for me singing, “In Urpanties.”
Also, Hakuna Matata actually means “No problem.” Hakuna Wasiwasi means “No worries.”