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 Post subject: The Lion King Timeline
PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2007 10:08 pm 
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Here is my timeline of pre-TLK, during-TLK, and post-TLK (but mostly post) events all put into an easy-to-read timeline.

Disclaimer: These dates do not reflect actual confirmation from the Disney Corporation, but are rather, my own fantasy dates. Also, I do not own any TLK characters, however, Jona, Kotanu and Hara are my own creations.

Note: It has not been completed yet.

Other parts will be posted very soon.

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October 31, 1961- Mohatu claims the title as the first King of the Pridelands.

December 25, 1966- Prince Ahadi is born to King Mohatu and Queen Jahira.

November 16, 1972- King Mohatu dies of pneumonia brought on by serious drought.

November 17, 1972- Prince Ahadi is crowned King.

June 6, 1975- Queen mother Jahira dies of old age.

July 7, 1975- Prince Mufasa is born to King Ahadi and Queen Uru.

January 18, 1976- Prince Taka is born to King Ahadi and Queen Uru.

March 23, 1977- Prince Mufasa meets his future mate Sarabi.

September 13, 1981- King Ahadi dies of old age.

September 19, 1981- After being cleared of suspicion of murdering his father, Mufasa is crowned ruler of the Pridelands along with his mate Sarabi. It is the first coronation conducted by the Pridelands shaman Rafiki.

November 30, 1982- A pact with the hyenas is broken by King Mufasa when he banishes the leaders for conspiring to assassinate Queen Sarabi.

February 5, 1983- Queen Mother Uru is killed by hyenas when she strays into the Outlands.

February 6, 1983- All diplomatic relations with the hyenas are broken by King Mufasa.

February 19, 1983- Seeing an opportunity for revenge against his brother, Duke Taka forms his own secret pact with the hyenas.

The Lion King

January 29, 1984- Prince Simba is born to King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi.

April 24, 1986- King Mufasa is killed by the hyenas and Duke Taka during a stampede of wildebeests. Prince Simba vanishes without a trace.

April 25, 1986- The Duke Taka proclaims himself as King of the Pridelands. Soon after, he renews his pact with the hyenas.

April 26, 1986- Rafiki excommunicates King Taka and his army of hyenas, resulting in no proper coronation ceremony.

December 27, 1989- Taka’s mate Zira gives birth to a cub named Kovu. It was never proven that Taka was the father, but Taka proclaimed Kovu his sole heir to the throne.

December 31, 1989- Simba returns to the Pridelands to challenge his uncle for the title of King. He defeats Taka, but Taka is ultimately killed by his army of hyenas for unexplained reasons. The hyena army vanishes and Simba is welcomed back to the pride.

January 1, 1990- Simba and Nala are betrothed.

January 2, 1990- Simba and Nala are crowned King and Queen by Rafiki.

The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride

January 3, 1990- Zira and her followers declare open hostility toward Simba and the rest of the pride.

January 12, 1990- Simba banishes Zira and her followers amid suspicion that they are plotting to assassinate the shaman Rafiki.

April 18, 1990- Princess Kiara is born to King Simba and Queen Nala.

June 29, 1990- Simba enacts legislation forbidding the contact of any members of the Pridelands pride with members of the Outlands pride.

May 7, 1992- Princess Kiara encounters Zira’s cub Kovu in the Outland borders, but when Simba and Zira come to claim their respective children, a brief standoff ensues. Simba is eventually joined by a small contingent of lionesses and the two depart belligerently with their cubs.

December 27, 1993- Princess Kiara, embarking on her first solo hunt, strays into the Outlands, where a fire was set by Outland Pride members Vitani and Nuka, who are also children of Zira. Kiara loses consciousness, but is rescued by Kovu, Zira’s son. After Kiara’s rescue, Kovu is accepted into the Pridelands pride reluctantly by King Simba only due to a charter enacted by his father demanding that all life debts are to be repaid.

December 28, 1993- Princess Kiara begins a courtship with Kovu.

December 29, 1993- At the urging of Queen Nala, King Simba accepts Kovu into the pride, but not very reluctantly.

December 30, 1993- While roaming the charred remains of the Prideland plains, King Simba explains to Kovu the tale of Scar and other important facts about life. Shortly after this, they are caught in an ambush of Outlanders. Simba is severely injured in the attack, and Kovu vanishes without a trace, having been a former member of that particular pride. While Simba attempts to escape, Outland Pride member and son of Zira Nuka is killed.

December 31, 1993- Kovu returns to seek forgiveness of Simba for having once been a part of the plan to ambush him. His forgiveness is rejected and he is banished. Princess Kiara disappears.

January 1, 1994- King Simba’s majordomo Zazu informs him that Outland troops are advancing beyond the borders preparing for war. Simba orders the mobilization of the lionesses and they meet the Outlanders at the border. In an act of defiance, Zira orders her forces to attack shortly after being given one last chance to retreat. A brief battle follows, but before Simba and Zira can battle one-on-one, Kovu and Princess Kiara appear in between them. Zira’s troops begin to turn against her, the first of which being her own daughter Vitani. Others follow Vitani’s example, leaving Zira alone. She tries to attack Simba, is knocked off balance by Princess Kiara, they both fall onto the side of a gorge, but Zira dies after refusing Princess Kiara’s help.

January 2, 1994- Princess Kiara and Kovu are betrothed by Rafiki.

The Lion King III: A Land Disrupted

January 3, 1994- A small group of former outsiders expresses their discontent at the monarchial system of the Pridelands and call for democratic reform.

January 5, 1994- King Simba appoints former outsider Vitani as a diplomatic advisor on the issue of the malcontents.

January 26, 1994- Princess Kiara is discovered to be pregnant.

March 13, 1994- Vitani as well as other diplomats are caught in an ambush conducted by an extremist faction of the malcontent group.

March 14, 1994- The democratic reformist leader Jona denies any involvement in the attack on the diplomatic delegation.

March 16, 1994- Tensions in the Pridelands rise as King Simba banishes the extremist attackers to the Outlands.

March 19, 1994- In a show of compromise, Simba announces plans for allowing lioness representatives to appeal to him on issues directly affecting the lionesses.

March 21, 1994- King Simba and Queen Nala attend a summit meeting with the leaders of the democratic lionesses. No progress is made.

March 22, 1994- Jona, the democratic reformist leader denounces King Simba’s offer of allowing representatives to appeal to him on lioness issues.

March 24, 1994- Rafiki and Queen mother Sarabi warn of a schism.

March 25, 1994- The Queen mother Sarabi is killed by members of the reformist group.

March 26, 1994- Jona claims responsibility for the assassination of Sarabi.

March 27, 1994- Simba banishes the entire democratic reformist front.

March 30, 1994- Simba appoints a small contingent of lionesses to keep guard over the borders with the Outlands.

April 1, 1994- Representative Vitani is severely injured during a meeting with the reformist leader Jona.

April 2, 1994- Jona claims full responsibility for the attack on Vitani.

April 4, 1994- Simba effectively discontinues all diplomatic relations with the reformists and ends all political activity within the Outlands.

April 6, 1994- Simba and Jona demand the recession of all of their troops from the border in order to prepare for war.

April 7, 1994- While hunting, Representative Vitani is abducted by the radical faction of the reformist group. Jona denies any involvement in the kidnapping.

April 8, 1994- Simba orders his troops to deploy along the borders of the Pridelands and Outlands for what he calls, “a quarantined search for the kidnappers.”

April 9, 1994- Simba requests entry into the Outlands to search for the perpetrators of the abduction, but Jona refuses entry, instead deploying her troops along the borders with the Pridelands.

April 10, 1994- Princess Kiara and Prince Kovu plead for Simba to end the standoff, but Simba refuses.

April 11, 1994- Tensions reach a boiling point when three reformist lionesses attack and severely injure Queen Nala as she is patrolling the border. Jona denies ordering the ambush.

April 12, 1994- The standoff comes to a conclusion when Jona finally agrees to allow a small delegation of Prideland members to search the Outlands for the kidnappers. Diplomatic relations with the reformists are reinstated by Simba.

April 13, 1994- Tensions with the reformists begin to deteriorate when Jona and Simba agree to mutually discontinue military operations along the borders in exchange for acceptance of the reformists back into the Pridelands and adequate representation of the reformists in Simba’s courts. At the urging of his daughter, Simba approves the offer.

April 14, 1994- The radical reformist group releases Representative Vitani basically unharmed.

April 15, 1994- All members of the reformist pride are accepted back into the Pridelands.

The Lion King IV: Kiara’s Legacy

May 10, 1994- Princess Kiara gives birth to Prince Hara.

December 4, 1996- Princess Kiara and Representative Vitani call on Simba to end to discrimination against former members of the reformist front.

December 5, 1996- Prince Kovu directly contradicts his wife on the issue of discrimination by publicly denying that Jona, the former leader of the reformist group, has authority to appoint lionesses to represent her beliefs.

December 6, 1996- Princess Kiara appeals to Rafiki for a divorce from Prince Kovu.

December 8, 1996- The first official divorce ceremony in Pridelands history is held for Princess Kiara and Prince Kovu.

December 9, 1996- Jona, Vitani, Hara, and half of the pride declare their allegiance to Kiara.

December 10, 1996- Simba removes Princess Kiara and Prince Hara from the line to ascend the throne, instead naming Prince Kovu his sole heir.

December 12, 1996- Shaman Rafiki expresses his discontent with Simba’s handling of Princess Kiara.

December 13, 1996- Kiara expresses hopes for continued peace with her father and former husband.

December 14, 1996- Prince Hara discusses his grandfather with Rafiki.

December 16, 1996- Princess Kiara appoints Jona and Vitani as her ambassadors for peace talks with her father and former husband.

December 17, 1996- Tensions in the Pridelands begin to escalate when Princess Kiara calls for a summit meeting between her ambassadors and her father, but Simba rejects the request.

December 18, 1996- Rafiki loses his patience with the remaining members of the royal family and excommunicates Simba and Kovu. He soon pledges allegiance to Princess Kiara.

December 19, 1996- Princess Kiara is crowned by Rafiki as Queen of the Pridelands. Queen Nala calls for an end to the escalating tensions, but is ignored by Simba.

December 20, 1996- Simba gives orders to kill any ambassadors to Queen Kiara, including Prince Hara.

December 21, 1996- Royal majordomo Zazu expresses his disappointment with Simba and suggests that he allow Queen Kiara back into line for the throne, but Simba refuses the request.

December 22, 1996- Zazu declares his allegiance to Kiara, leaving Simba uninformed of events outside Pride Rock.

December 23, 1996- Zazu recommends that Kiara begin raising an army to counter attacks by Simba and Kovu. Kiara reluctantly obliges.

December 24, 1996- While hunting, Queen Kiara is killed by stampeding rhinoceroses.

December 25, 1996- The news of Kiara’s death is relayed to King Simba and Prince Kovu, but they refuse to acknowledge their mourning.

December 26, 1996- Respectfully, Vitani, Jona, and Hara request that Kiara be buried at Pride Rock, but Simba refuses to oblige.

December 27, 1996- Under threat of rebellion from the remaining members of the pride, Simba allows those who declared allegiance to Kiara to return to Pride Rock.

December 28, 1996- King Simba and Prince Kovu finally acknowledge their mourning.

December 29, 1996- Simba declares his intentions to step down as King.

December 30, 1996- Speculation arises as to who is the legitimate ruler of the Pridelands— Kovu or Hara.

December 31, 1996- A massive funeral is held for Kiara with Hara, Kovu, and Simba all marching in the procession. Queen Nala expresses her anger with her husband.

January 11, 1997- Kiara is further endeared to the rest of the pride when her hidden will is found, requesting that no resentment be expressed toward Simba or Kovu and to allow politics to continue without further rebellion.

January 12, 1997- Simba finally realizes he has lost his mandate over the Pridelands and resigns as King.

January 13, 1997- Prince Kovu concedes his inheritance of the throne to his son Prince Hara.

January 14, 1997- Reluctantly, Prince Hara attends his coronation ceremony and is crowned as King of the Pridelands.

The Lion King V: The Reincarnation of Scar

December 18, 1997- Census puts the population of lions in the Pridelands at 360, 271 of which are females and 89 of which are males.

June 23, 1998- King Hara divides the Pridelands into 18 separate states which will be controlled by regional governors.

June 29, 1998- Skittishly, King Hara appoints his aunt Vitani as the governor of a 20-member state.

June 30, 1998- Hara appoints his father Kovu as the governor of a second 20-member state.

July 1, 1998- Opposition against the regional bureaucracy gains headway. The movement calls for democratic elections of the governors.

July 2, 1998- Hara appoints his grandmother Nala as head of a third 20-member state.

July 3, 1998- Hara appoints his grandfather Simba as the governor of a fourth state.

July 6, 1998- Hara appoints Jona as the governor of a fifth state.

July 7-11, 1998- Hara completes the appointments of the remaining gubernatorial positions.

July 13, 1998- King Hara names himself the first Chancellor of the Pridelands.

July 21, 1998- The first meeting of the Pridelands Senate is called to order. The first order of business the council considers is the condemnation of the small opposition to the regional bureaucracy. The motion is passed 14-4.

July 23, 1998- Governor Vitani suggests a bill that would promote free expression of opposition to the government. The bill passes by a margin of 10-8. Chancellor Hara is among the nay-sayers.

July 24, 1998- The Senate votes on a bill that would ration drinking at the water hole, a charter enacted by King Mohatu some time back, but forgotten during the reign of Taka. The bill passes unanimously.

July 25, 1998- The Senate votes on a bill that would provide definite dates for hunting within the pride. The bill passes 11-7. Governors Vitani and Jona are among the nay-sayers.

July 26, 1998- The Organization for Lioness Rights is formed, calling for sovereignty on the part of the lionesses on the subject of hunting. Polls put Chancellor Hara at a 78% approval rating.

July 27, 1998- Chancellor Hara suggests a bill that would allow the Chancellor to dissolve Senate activity indefinitely, but is met with condemnation from his father, aunt, and grandparents. The bill fails 3-15. Relations between Hara and his family begin to deteriorate.

July 28, 1998- Polls put Chancellor Hara’s approval rating at a diminished 65%.

July 29, 1998- Governors Jona and Vitani suggest a bill that would allow for a Vote of No Confidence for Chancellors holding power. The bill passes 10-8 with Hara’s family among those in favor.

August 2, 1998- Chancellor Hara calls for a meeting in the Senate with the fifteen members of an opposition party to the bureaucracy.

August 4, 1998- The malcontents appear before the Senate to express their discontent with the continuing bureaucracy. Three governors, Vitani, Jona, and Kovu express their agreement with the opposition.

August 7, 1998- Governors Vitani and Jona are secretly sworn in as members of the OLR.

August 8, 1998- Chancellor Hara suggests a bill that would disband all political organizations. The bill fails unanimously, with Governor Nala issuing a statement following the vote saying, “The Senate is not a system for tyranny.”

August 11, 1998- The new reformists begin to call themselves the Democratic Organization for Future Prosperity.

August 12, 1998- The OLR and DOFP declare an alliance.

August 13, 1998- Vitani and Jona declare allegiance to the DOFP in order to uphold their membership with the OLR.

August 14, 1998- Chancellor Hara is met with condemnation when he declares the DOFP and OLR terrorist organizations.

August 15, 1998- Polls put Chancellor Hara at a 47% approval rating.

August 16, 1998- A secluded meeting of the Senate is held out of the jurisdiction of Chancellor Hara. Governor Kovu suggests a vote of no confidence, but is contradicted by Governor Nala, who says that Hara’s approval rating is too high to remove him from office.

August 17, 1998- Governor Vitani and Governor Jona are suspended from Senate activity by Chancellor Hara when their memberships to the OLR and DOFP are revealed.

August 19, 1998- Governors Simba, Nala, and Kovu resign.

August 20, 1998- The remaining members of the Senate vote to dissolve council until further notice.

August 21, 1998- The dissolved governors realize they have made a grave mistake in that, now, Chancellor Hara is not required to reinstitute the Senate when the emergency situation is concluded.

August 22, 1998- All female members of the former Senate are sworn in as members of the OLR and DOFP.

August 24, 1998- Chancellor Hara realizes his mistake in declaring the OLR and DOFP terrorist organizations as more than 70% of the pride are now members.

August 25, 1998- Chancellor Hara discontinues approval rating polls after the latest polls put him at less than 21%.

August 26, 1998- Rafiki excommunicates Hara from religious activity.

August 28, 1998- Hara secludes himself inside Pride Rock which is now guarded by an entire battalion of security guards.

September 3, 1998- Six members of the OLR and DOFP attempt to negotiate with the guards outside Pride Rock, but, after failing negotiations, Chancellor Hara exits the den, meets the ambassadors, engages in undisclosed conversation with them, and gives the orders to his guards to kill the ambassadors.

September 5, 1998- After receiving news of intolerance by Chancellor Hara, former governors Vitani and Jona demand that Hara step down and allow for democratic elections.

September 6, 1998- Chancellor Hara refuses to give up his post as ruler, instead proclaiming himself the Supreme Emperor of the Pridelands.

September 7, 1998- The OLR and DOFP merge to form the Order for Democratic Reform (ODR). Their new main goal is to hunt down the Emperor, kill him, and institute democratic reforms in the Pridelands. Male members of the pride are allowed to participate in the activities of the group for the first time. Former governor Vitani is declared the leader of the group.

September 8, 1998- Emperor Hara gives orders to kill any known members of the ODR.

September 9, 1998- The ODR begins building an army to stage a coup and restore honor to the Pridelands.

September 11, 1998- Under command of Vitani and Jona, the ODR’s army of more than 300 members stages a coup at Pride Rock and gives the honor guards two choices: death or surrender. All 20 guards choose the latter. The army converges atop Pride Rock, enters the den and approaches Emperor Hara. Hara concedes defeat to his family and agrees to allow for democratic reform.

September 12, 1998- Emperor Hara officially steps down as ruler of the Pridelands after being threatened with execution.

The Lion King VI: Vitani’s Problem

September 23, 1998- With help from Rafiki, the members of the ODR adopt a new constitution with clauses calling for democratic elections of a President with two or more candidates running, a Congress composed of all able members of the pride who are old enough to hunt (except for members of the ODR), and extreme limits on the powers of the President which include consulting the Congress on every decision they make. Elections are to be held on December 1 every two years with inaugurations being February 14. A President can only hold up to two terms in office.

September 29, 1998- The 18 regional states created by Hara are united once more.

October 3, 1998- Kovu announces his candidacy for President of the Pridelands.

October 6, 1998- Vitani announces her candidacy for President as well.

October 10, 1998- Kovu takes the first step in winning over the public by traveling to the water hole to address the growing crisis with the water shortages.

October 11, 1998- Vitani gives a speech to her fellow lionesses and vows to allow hunting to take place at all times wherever is desired.

October 13, 1998- Kovu and Vitani have a cheerful meeting at Pride Rock where they have a spirited discussion about who they believe would make a better President. The meeting draws much attention from the public and is seen by the ODR as a large step in the progress of reform.

October 15, 1998- The first polls are released showing Vitani capturing 54% of the favor and Kovu maintaining a strong 46% favor.

October 16, 1998- The ODR amends the constitution to move the election date back to November 5 and the inauguration date back to January 20.

November 5, 1998- Weeks of campaigning by Kovu and Vitani culminate in the first ever Pridelands election. Polls taken the day before showed Vitani leading her brother by less than 1%.

November 7, 1998- The final vote in the election is cast. The entire pride anxiously awaits the results of the tally conducted by the ODR.

November 8, 1998- Unofficial results of the election put Vitani as the winner with 162 votes out of 311 votes cast.

November 9, 1998- The results of the election are made official with Vitani as the winning candidate 162-149.

November 10, 1998- Kovu respectfully concedes defeat to Vitani in a ceremony atop Pride Rock.

January 20, 1999- Vitani is inaugurated as the first ever President of the Pridelands. The ODR hands over all executive duties to Vitani as a part of the inauguration ceremony.

January 21, 1999- President Vitani appoints her brother Kovu as her Vice-President, but creates instant controversy when she appoints her nephew Hara as her Director of Security.

January 22, 1999- President Vitani appoints Jona as her Secretary of State.

January 24, 1999- President Vitani addresses the pride and promises to restore the water rationing system created by Mohatu more than 30 years ago in order to combat the shortages at the water hole.

January 25, 1999- President Vitani submits legislation to the Congress to reinstitute the rationing system.

January 27, 1999- The Congress votes 247-64 in favor of President Vitani’s motion.

January 29, 1999- Polls place President Vitani at an 84% approval rating.

February 1, 1999- President Vitani submits legislation to Congress that would provide basic rights of possession for a lioness’s “catch” every day.

February 2, 1999- The Congress votes 304-7 in favor of President Vitani’s legislation.

February 4, 1999- Polls place President Vitani at a 91% approval rating.

February 6, 1999- Vice-President Kovu suggests that Vitani call for the creation of one almighty court instead of individual courts created by Simba almost ten years ago.

February 8, 1999- After much consideration, President Vitani puts forward Vice-President Kovu’s legislation to Congress.

February 9, 1999- The Congress votes 253-58 in favor of the president’s legislation.

February 10, 1999- After laying dormant for over month, President Vitani and Vice-President Kovu call on the ODR to organize the first Supreme Court of the Pridelands.

February 11, 1999- Polls put President Vitani at an 89% approval rating.

February 25, 1999- A small group of hunting lionesses encounters a pride of approximately 250 members on the outskirts of the Pridelands. The leader of the foreign pride requests the group of hunters to call on their leader to meet him where his pride is. The group of hunters tells President Vitani, but she refuses to meet the new leader where he is. She tells the group to tell him to come to Pride Rock, but when the group tells the new leader, he refuses. A compromise is reached and Vitani and the new leader eventually meet halfway. Vitani is escorted by her army of more than 300 and they meet the new leader who introduces himself as Stelo. He requests permission to settle on the outskirts of the Pridelands. Some Prideland members are confused by the other members’ thick accents, but Vitani understands them. She requests them to wait while the Congress decides their fate. In the meanwhile, they are allowed to settle.

February 26, 1999- While President Vitani expresses no stance on the issue, Congress votes 235-76 in favor of allowing the newcomers to settle.

February 27, 1999- The new pride, who names themselves “Stelania” after their leader settles on the eastern borders of the Pridelands.

March 1, 1999- Relations between Stelania and the Pridelands begin very graciously when Stelo pays a visit to Pride Rock to meet President Vitani. Among other things, they discuss appointing ambassadors to represent them in each pride.

March 2, 1999- President Vitani escorts Stelo from Pride Rock to his own pride.

March 3, 1999- President Vitani and Premier Stelo appoint diplomatic ambassadors to represent their prides.

March 5, 1999- President Vitani suggests to Congress that the Pridelands be renamed Mohatia after the first King Mohatu.

March 6, 1999- Congress votes 310-1 in favor of President Vitani’s suggestion. The only negative vote cast was one who warned of impending nationalism.

March 8, 1999- Kopa, the Stelanian ambassador meets with President Vitani for the first time. They discuss issues such as combating the water shortages and hunting issues.

March 10, 1999- Polls put President Vitani at an all-time high 97% approval rating.

March 11-May 4, 1999- Continued meetings between Stelanian ambassadors and Vitani and Mohatian ambassadors and Stelo continue without a hitch.

April 12, 1999- Polls show that not single citizen of Mohatia disapproves of the job Vitani is doing as President.

May 4, 1999- While traveling through Stelania, Mohatian ambassador Kusa encounters secret training facilities for Stelanian lionesses. Kusa returns to Mohatia and informs President Vitani of the facilities. Vitani calls for a meeting with her and Kopa.

May 5, 1999- Kopa meets with President Vitani at Pride Rock. Vitani informs Kopa that she has knowledge of the training sites and asks why Stelo has organized them. Kopa informs Vitani that the facilities are merely so Stelania is not unprepared for the unlikely possibility of an attack by Mohatia. Vitani takes great offense to the explanation and dismisses Kopa.

May 6, 1999- President Vitani informs the members of her Cabinet about the training sites, but instructs Ambassador Kusa not to mention them to anybody.

May 8, 1999- President Vitani goes before a session of Congress and informs the citizens of Mohatia about the training sites. She announces that any attack on Mohatia would require a “swift military response.” In the speech, she also requests that Congress allow for the creation of counteractive training sites.

May 9, 1999- Congress unanimously approves President Vitani’s request of counteractive training sites. The vote is met with extreme condemnation from Premier Stelo.

May 10, 1999- Ambassador Kusa meets with Premier Stelo and requests an end to the training of lionesses in the facilities. Stelo refuses to oblige, instead vowing to increase the number of existing facilities in Stelania.

May 11, 1999- Ambassador Kopa returns to Pride Rock to find the new Mohatian training facilities fully operational. He asks President Vitani to discontinue operating the facilities. Vitani refuses to oblige.

May 12, 1999- Stelo begins ordering the conduction of military procedures along the border with Mohatia.

May 13, 1999- President Vitani requests permission from Congress to conduct military procedures along the border with Stelania. Congress approves the measure by a vote of 305-6.

May 14, 1999- All Mohatian civilians in Stelanian territory are instructed to leave within 24 hours or they will be placed under arrest. President Vitani requests Congress to allow her to do the same with Stelanian civilians in Mohatian territory. Congress approves her request 298-13.

May 15, 1999- A Mohatian civilian, unaware of the measure in place, fails to meet the deadline and is killed by Stelanian forces as he attempts to escape.

May 16, 1999- President Vitani requests permission to discontinue diplomatic relations with Stelania.

May 17, 1999- Congress approves President Vitani’s request 277-34. The Stelanian ambassador Kopa is expelled along with the entire Stelanian diplomatic staff. Shortly after, the same is done in Stelania with the Mohatian staff.

May 18, 1999- President Vitani meets with members of her Cabinet. Every member, including Vice-President Kovu, suggests that war is the only solution to the problem.

May 19, 1999- Congress votes 199-112 to grant President Vitani emergency executive powers. President Vitani declares a full-scale military alert in Mohatia.

May 20, 1999- Advised by Director of Security Hara, President Vitani deploys more than half of her army along the border with Stelania.

May 21, 1999- Stelo deploys more than 75% of his army along the border.

May 22, 1999- President Vitani responds by deploying an additional 100 units.

May 23, 1999- Stelo deploys all remaining members of his army. Vitani does the same shortly afterward.

May 25, 1999- President Vitani travels to the border expecting to lead her army into almost certain war.

May 26, 1999- Premier Stelo meets President Vitani along the border. The ultimate standoff begins.

May 27, 1999- Premier Stelo refuses to call off his army. President Vitani refuses to do so as well.

May 28, 1999- President Vitani orders the deployment of 25 members of her army around the water hole. Premier Stelo warns of an attack on the guarding troops.

May 29, 1999- Premier Stelo declares that technically, a state of war exists between Mohatia and Stelania.

May 30, 1999- President Vitani gives Stelo one final chance to deactivate the training camps.

May 31, 1999- Premier Stelo refuses to oblige to Vitani’s request, instead ordering an offensive at the water hole.

June 1, 1999- Mohatian troops are caught off-guard when more than 75 Stelanian troops ambush the area surrounding the water hole. 18 of the 25 Mohatian troops are killed. The other 7 troops manage to escape and inform President Vitani of the Stelanian capture of the site.

June 2, 1999- Tensions reach a fever pitch when President Vitani issues an ultimatum stating that if Stelanian troops do not vacate the area surrounding the water hole by June 5, an invasion of Stelania will be carried out.

June 3, 1999- Premier Stelo agrees to end all military operations at the water hole in exchange for President Vitani’s agreement to do the same.

June 4, 1999- President Vitani agrees to discontinue military operations at the water hole in exchange for the closing of half of the training sites located in Stelania.

June 5, 1999- Premier Stelo agrees to President Vitani’s request. Diplomatic relations between Mohatia and Stelania are partially restored.

June 6, 1999- The water hole is officially designated as a military “green zone.”

June 7, 1999- Half of the training sites in Stelania are effectively shut down by Stelo. The stirrings of peace are able to be felt in both nations despite the fact that their entire armies are still deployed along the border.

June 8, 1999- Premier Stelo orders the withdrawal of more than half of the Stelanian military from the border with Mohatia. Shortly after, President Vitani does the same.

June 9, 1999- President Vitani lifts the ban on Stelanian citizens entering Mohatia. Premier Stelo, in response, does the same.

June 10, 1999- Diplomatic relations between Stelania and Mohatia are fully restored as negotiations progress.

June 11, 1999- President Vitani agrees to shut down the remaining training camps if Stelo would agree to do the same.

June 12, 1999- Premier Stelo refuses to deactivate the remaining training sites, instead offering to remove his remaining troops from the border.

June 13, 1999- President Vitani agrees to Stelo’s proposal and shuts down the remaining straining facilities. Stelo recalls his remaining troops from the border.

June 14, 1999- President Vitani recalls her remaining troops. Stelo and Vitani agree to conduct the remaining negotiations through the reinstated use of the ambassadors and diplomatic staff.

June 15, 1999- Mohatian ambassador Kusa reaches an agreement with Premier Stelo when Stelo agrees to shut down all remaining training sites.

June 17, 1999- Congress votes 245-66 in favor of declaring an end to the emergency situation and revoking President Vitani’s executive privilege. President Vitani promptly concedes her powers to Congress.

June 18, 1999- Polls put President Vitani at a 98% approval rating. Premier Stelo expresses his desire for continued peace.

The Lion King VII: No Trust, No Peace

August 31, 1999- In hopes of rebounding from extremely strained relations with Stelania, President Vitani travels to the Stelanian capital with an escort of more than fifteen guards under the direction of Hara for a planned summit meeting with Premier Stelo. With her for the trip are Former King and Queen Simba and Nala, Ambassador Kusa, Vice-President Kovu, and Secretary of State Jona. When they reach the capital, they are shooed away by a battalion of guards without being given an explanation for the abrupt change of mind.

September 1, 1999- President Vitani sends Ambassador Kusa to the Stelanian capital to determine what has occurred. Kusa returns with the grave news that Premier Stelo has passed away.

September 2, 1999- Ambassador Kopa of Stelania arrives at Pride Rock announcing that newly in power Premier Krasu has extended an invitation for her and her Cabinet to attend Stelo’s funeral on September 6. President Vitani accepts the invitation.

September 4, 1999- President Vitani suffers her first defeat in Congress when she presents a proposal that would institute a national day of mourning in Mohatia for Premier Stelo’s death, but it is voted down 22-289.

September 5, 1999- President Vitani and members of her Cabinet leave Pride Rock to spend the night at the Stelanian capital. Vice-Preisdent Kovu and Secretary of State Jona request permission from the honor guards to speak with Premier Krasu, but are denied permission until the next morning.

September 6, 1999- President Vitani and her Cabinet are met by Premier Krasu at the Stelanian capital. Vitani and her Cabinet express the deepest condolences to the new Premier. They are led to a closed area on the funeral route where Premier Krasu requests that President Vitani make one of the two eulogies scheduled for the ceremony. Vitani accepts the offer. In the eulogy, she praises Stelo for, among other things, being loyal to his people.

September 7, 1999- President Vitani and her Cabinet depart from Stelania. Ambassador Kusa stays behind to discuss political issues with Premier Krasu.

September 8, 1999- Ambassador Kusa returns to Pride Rock and informs President Vitani that Premier Krasu finds it very amusing that the entire Mohatian Congress is required to vote on issues rather than having only one person who makes the decision. President Vitani returns the message saying that Congress is actually very efficient in dealing with crises.

September 11, 1999- Memebers of the ODR and Congress celebrate the 1st anniversary of the Mohatian Revolution. Premier Krasu attends the festivities. At the celebrations, Krasu continues to insist that a one-person government is the proper way to govern.

September 12, 1999- Premier Krasu leaves Pride Rock vowing to show that a single entity can indeed rule.

September 13, 1999- Stelanian ambassador Kopa relays a message to Pride Rock detailing the Premier’s plans to reactivate the lioness training sites which were shut down by Stelo months ago. President Vitani responds to the activation saying that if Stelania reactivates the sites, then Mohatia will have to as well.

September 14, 1999- Ambassador Kopa returns to Pride Rock with a concession from Krasu that the mutual reactivation is imminent.

September 15, 1999- President Vitani addresses Congress about Premier Krasu’s intent to reopen the training sites and requests permission to reopen the Mohatian sites. Her request is approved unanimously.

September 17, 1999- All former facilities in Mohatia and Stelania are once again fully operational.

September 18, 1999- Ambassador Kopa relays misleading information to President Vitani and her Cabinet that Premier Krasu intends to shut down the sites and that Mohatia should do the same.

September 19, 1999- President Vitani addresses Congress on Premier Krasu’s change in priority and requests permission to shut down the sites. Congress votes 285-26 in favor of her proposal.

September 20, 1999- President Vitani sends Ambassador Kusa to the Stelanian capital to praise Premier Krasu for his change of mind. Kusa returns with the confusing news that he has not met with the Premier because not one of the Stelanian training sites has been deactivated.

September 21, 1999- President Vitani, assuring herself that Krasu simply forgot, sends Ambassador Kusa once again to the Stelanian capital to meet with the Premier. At the meeting, Krasu denies giving Kopa the authorization to provide false information or the indication that he had any desire to shut down the facilities.

September 22, 1999- Ambassador Kusa, offended by the Stelanian dishonesty expressed by Ambassador Kopa, returns to Pride Rock with false news of Krasu’s confession of authorizing Kopa to lie.

September 23, 1999- Premier Krasu dissolves his diplomatic staff in disgust with Ambassador Kopa.

September 24, 1999- Premier Krasu calls for a summit meeting at the border with President Vitani.

September 25, 1999- Without escorts, Vitani and Krasu meet along the border near the water hole. Krasu explains that he has fired Kopa for lying to the President about intentions to shut down the facilities. Meanwhile, Vitani contradicts Krasu and explains that Ambassador Kusa had told her that the he had indeed authorized Kopa to lie. Both leaders turn their backs on each other in distrust and return to their respective capitals.

September 26, 1999- Both Vitani and Krasu advise their citizens not to trust any citizens of the opposite nationality.

September 27, 1999- President Vitani requests not to exchange words with any Stelanian Ambassadors.

September 28, 1999- the Mohatian Congress condemns the president, claiming she has engaged in nonconsensual discontinuance of diplomatic relations.

September 30, 1999- President Vitani recalls her entire diplomatic staff without the consent of Congress.

October 2, 1999- The Mohatian Congress names Representative Kotanu as Congressional Speaker. His first order of business is setting a series of executive orders for the President and her Cabinet to follow. The Speaker’s suggestion passes in the Congress by a margin of 293-17.

October 3, 1999- As Premier Krasu threatens to reactivate all remaining training facilities, Congress issues its first executive order to President Vitani, requiring her to give monthly reports on her policies. Vice-President Kovu condemns Congress calling the series of orders, “an outrage.”

October 4, 1999- Secretary of State Jona is issued an executive order requiring her to not advise the President to go against the will of Congress.

October 5, 1999- Congress issues the same executive order to Vice-President Kovu, but he refuses to comply with the order on the basis that Congress is overstepping its constitutional authority.

October 6, 1999- President Vitani and Secretary of State Jona follow Vice-President Kovu’s example and refuse to comply with the orders issued by Congress.

October 7, 1999- Seizing the opportunity to profit on Mohatia’s internal conflicts, Stelanian Premier Krasu secretly begins to raise an army to invade Mohatia.

October 8, 1999- Congressional Speaker Kotanu raises the subject of impeaching President Vitani and her Cabinet.

October 9, 1999- President Vitani calls upon the all-but-disbanded ODR to condemn Congress for their actions, but they are now powerless.

October 10, 1999- President Vitani goes before Congress and makes her now famous “Supremacy Address,” in which she condemns the greed of Congress for power and control. She receives much praise as the motion for her impeachment is rejected by a margin of 93-218 and Speaker Kotanu is stripped of his position.

October 11, 1999- Unaware of the resolution that has taken place in Mohatia, Krasu orders his army to deploy along the border for invasion. He tells the leader of his army, “You may invade when ready.”

The Lion King VIII: The Law is Foreign

October 12, 1999- President Vitani and her Cabinet receive notice of the Stelanian invasion and capture of the water hole. She promptly sends Vice-President Kovu to notify Congress as she gathers former members of the ODR for war. Pending the authorization of Congress, Vitani deploys her army to defend the Mohatian capital. When Kovu returns with the unanimous congressional authorization, Vitani sends most of her troops to combat the Stelanian army at the water hole.

October 13, 1999- The Mohatian army encounters the Stelanian army at the water hole. Krasu and his forces are pushed back into their own land as Vitani’s forces continue to advance on the Stelanian capital.

October 14, 1999- President Vitani addresses members of Congress and the ODR saying, “[The Mohatians] are closing in on the capital and [they] should have control of Premier Krasu’s land within five days.”

October 16, 1999- Premier Krasu vanishes without a trace after Mohatian troops ambush the Stelanian capital.

October 17, 1999- President Vitani claims victory in Stelania.

October 18, 1999- President Vitani reports that less than 20 Mohatian troops were killed in the fighting as opposed to more than 100 Stelanian troops.

October 19, 1999- Scattered Stelanian troops begin to ransack large groups of Mohatian soldiers stationed at the capital.

October 31, 1999- Amidst a welter of attacks, congressional support for President Vitani’s handling of the Stelanian War begins to diminish.

December 13, 1999- Premier Krasu is found on the outskirts of his embattled nation still claiming to be the ruler. He was found by a group of six Mohatian soldiers and was dirty and ragged.

December 15, 1999- Krasu is put on trial along with former ambassadors Kopa and Kusa in the Mohatian court system.

December 24, 1999- Krasu is found guilty of war crimes and is sentenced to be banished for life. Ambassadors Kopa and Kusa are found guilty of providing false information and provoking war. They are sentenced to two-year banishment and any statements they had given their leaders retroactive to their appointment are thereafter annulled.

December 31, 1999- Kopa and Kusa begin their two-year terms of exile. They will be allowed to return on January 1, 2002.

January 4, 2000- Former King and Queen Simba and Nala die of old age.

January 11, 2000- The largest funeral in the history of the Pridelands is conducted with more than 1000 members in the 3-mile procession, including more than 20 Stelanian dignitaries. The procession comes to an end at Pride Rock where Simba and Nala are put to rest adjacent to their deceased parents and daughter.

The Lion King IX: Joining Paws

January 16, 2000- With a poll by the Stelanian populace, it is determined that more than 85% of Stelanian residents support democratic reform in their country.

January 17, 2000- President Vitani goes before Congress to request permission for organization of democratic elections. Her request is approved by a margin of 267-44.

January 31, 2000- A new Stelanian constitution is adopted, mandating democratic elections.

May 1, 2000- Elections are held in Stelania for the very first time. Frontrunner Lano wins in a landslide over newcomer Koka.

July 1, 2000- Lano is inaugurated as President of Stelania.

July 17, 2000- Congressional Representative Kana announces her candidacy for President of Mohatia. Vitani announces she will run for a second term.

July 24, 2000- The fiercest campaigning in Mohatian history begins when Kana addresses Congress and slanders Vitani on subjects such as being power-crazed and greedy.

July 25, 2000- President Vitani addresses Congress, smearing Kana as not being loyal to her people.

August 14, 2000- After three weeks of slander and smearing, immaturity becomes the dominant factor in the campaigning. As Vitani addresses Congress, a member of Congress, a close friend of Kana’s, shouts out false claims that Vitani has influenced members of Congress with bribes of sensual gratification for voting in her favor. Vitani’s humiliated attempts at debunking the rumors are futile.

November 5, 2000- In an election closer than that of two years prior, President Vitani manages to win by a margin 157-154, upsetting frontrunner Kana in more ways than one.

January 20, 2001- President Vitani is inaugurated for a second term. She renames the former members of her Cabinet to the same positions.

March 29, 2001- Two prides, one having considerable power over the other, migrate to the Pridelands in search of relief from the ongoing drought; seek permission from Mohatia and Stelania to settle in the Pridelands.

March 30, 2001- Congress votes 159-152 in favor of allowing the prides to settle.

April 2001- A new insurgency begins to gain power in Stelania.

April 6, 2001- Sona, the leader of the Stelanian insurgency, begins to formulate a plan with his followers for an attack in Mohatia.

September 11, 2001- While more than half of the pride attends two separate celebrations for the 3rd anniversary of the Mohatian Revolution, Sona and three other Stelanian rebels manage to infiltrate the border and set the celebration sites ablaze while two more members of the group infiltrate the somewhat heightened security at Pride Rock and set fire to both the North and South ends of it, killing Director of Security Hara and 17 other members of the Mohatian Congress. The fires at the celebrations kill 66 Mohatian civilians, and injure more than 120. In the only silver lining of the day, President Vitani and the remaining members of her Cabinet were attending the christening of a training school in Stelania for young cubs. She was informed of the disaster by the majordomo Zazu, but did not tend to the matter straight away, for fear of inciting panic. Near noon, a small portion of Pride Rock collapses, killing 12 and wounding 5 members from the ODR sent in to help with the recovery. In total, 95 Mohatian citizens are killed in the attacks. That evening, border patrol near Stelania arrest three suspicious Stelanian citizens attempting to reenter their country from Mohatia. The fourth attacker, thought to be Sona, flees to neighboring Kasafa.

September 12, 2001- It is deemed safe for President Vitani to return to Mohatia. Even though the Stelanian president implores her not to, Vitani responds by saying, “My people need me.” Shortly after, she submits a demand for the extradition of the remaining attacker from Kasafa.

September 13, 2001- President Vitani returns to the charred remains of Pride Rock, where she is informed that her Director of Security Hara has been killed in the blaze along with at least 50 more Mohatian citizens. She is struck with awe when she watches ODR members and wounded Mohatians attempt to pull the bodies out of the many piles of rubble. Presidents of both Stelania and Kilasu offer their support and aid to Mohatia.

September 14, 2001- Atop Pride Rock, President Vitani addresses the Mohatian recovery effort, choking herself up as she describes her pride in the nation’s resolve. She vows that she will “hunt down those responsible.”

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Umm...don't you think making a picture timeline would be better?

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Okay, so I decided to read through this and note some out of characterness I found.

December 6, 1996- Princess Kiara appeals to Rafiki for a divorce from Prince Kovu.
December 8, 1996- The first official divorce ceremony in Pridelands history is held for Princess Kiara and Prince Kovu
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Err... Kiara and Kovu, divorced? Not too sure that would work, it was very clear they were very much in love during the movie...

December 10, 1996- Simba removes Princess Kiara and Prince Hara from the line to ascend the throne, instead naming Prince Kovu his sole heir.

I seriously doubt he'd do that.

December 20, 1996- Simba gives orders to kill any ambassadors to Queen Kiara, including Prince Hara.

See above - Simba wouldn't have the heart to kill his own grandson.

To be completely honest with you... presidency in the Pridelands? Things being based off real events? This is all very... nice, and such, but it doesn't make much sense.

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Okay, so I decided to read through this and note some out of characterness I found.

December 6, 1996- Princess Kiara appeals to Rafiki for a divorce from Prince Kovu.
December 8, 1996- The first official divorce ceremony in Pridelands history is held for Princess Kiara and Prince Kovu
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Err... Kiara and Kovu, divorced? Not too sure that would work, it was very clear they were very much in love during the movie...

December 10, 1996- Simba removes Princess Kiara and Prince Hara from the line to ascend the throne, instead naming Prince Kovu his sole heir.

I seriously doubt he'd do that.

December 20, 1996- Simba gives orders to kill any ambassadors to Queen Kiara, including Prince Hara.

See above - Simba wouldn't have the heart to kill his own grandson.

To be completely honest with you... presidency in the Pridelands? Things being based off real events? This is all very... nice, and such, but it doesn't make much sense.


Cobalt: Simba could possibly be going through a midlife crisis and get a little paranoid and tightfisted.

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Okay, so I decided to read through this and note some out of characterness I found.

December 6, 1996- Princess Kiara appeals to Rafiki for a divorce from Prince Kovu.
December 8, 1996- The first official divorce ceremony in Pridelands history is held for Princess Kiara and Prince Kovu
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Err... Kiara and Kovu, divorced? Not too sure that would work, it was very clear they were very much in love during the movie...

December 10, 1996- Simba removes Princess Kiara and Prince Hara from the line to ascend the throne, instead naming Prince Kovu his sole heir.

I seriously doubt he'd do that.

December 20, 1996- Simba gives orders to kill any ambassadors to Queen Kiara, including Prince Hara.

See above - Simba wouldn't have the heart to kill his own grandson.

To be completely honest with you... presidency in the Pridelands? Things being based off real events? This is all very... nice, and such, but it doesn't make much sense.


Cobalt: Simba could possibly be going through a midlife crisis and get a little paranoid and tightfisted liek any dictator would.

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I'm sort of trying to capture the French Revolution and combine it with other world events like Iraq and 9/11.

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woah...that thing was so long it made my head spin... :shock:

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Okay... that was alright, if a bit unrealistic, until they started saying stuff about a Democracy and Vitani being President and all that...

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Okay, so I decided to read through this and note some out of characterness I found.

December 6, 1996- Princess Kiara appeals to Rafiki for a divorce from Prince Kovu.
December 8, 1996- The first official divorce ceremony in Pridelands history is held for Princess Kiara and Prince Kovu
.

Err... Kiara and Kovu, divorced? Not too sure that would work, it was very clear they were very much in love during the movie...

December 10, 1996- Simba removes Princess Kiara and Prince Hara from the line to ascend the throne, instead naming Prince Kovu his sole heir.

I seriously doubt he'd do that.

December 20, 1996- Simba gives orders to kill any ambassadors to Queen Kiara, including Prince Hara.

See above - Simba wouldn't have the heart to kill his own grandson.

To be completely honest with you... presidency in the Pridelands? Things being based off real events? This is all very... nice, and such, but it doesn't make much sense.


Cobalt: Simba could possibly be going through a midlife crisis and get a little paranoid and tightfisted liek any dictator would.


A little paranoid and tightfisted with those actions? More like completely bonkers. You can't blame a massive change in personality on the ol' middle-age crisis card, even if some people DO act a wee bit strange during them.

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