, her characters Zita, Amun and Bakari. She asked me to illustrate any scene from the following story, so I picked the beginning when they entered the gorge.
---- Story written by *Sarafina1892
Zita, Amun and Bakari entered the gorge. The ground had dust, and the trees are burned. “This is where your grandfather told your father about your great-uncle Scar. He was a cruel, dark lion and everybody disliked him when he ruled the pride lands.” she said. “This is the place where the fire was held where your mother got trapped. The fire surrounded her, and she jumped onto a rock. Then when she fainted, your father saved your mother.” “Woah. So...our parents...met here?” asked Amun. Zita nodded. “Precisely.” She spoke. Then there was silence. Noises were heard, and lionesses entered the scene. Amun and Bakari were shocked. Then Zita walked to the lionesses and grinned evilly. “Welcome to the land of your death, daddy’s favourites.” Said Zira. Amun snarled. “Who are you?!” he growled. “I am your father’s stepmother...” she said. Amun gasped. “Wha-“ Zita leaped onto Bakari, and they rolled down the cliff. Kesi leaped at Amun, and they followed Amun and Zita down the cliff. They both got up, groaning. Then another lioness leaped onto Amun, bitting his neck. Everyone ran in a gorge, chasing after Amun and Bakari. Amun roared an alert; Kovu gasped and ran down pride rock. Kiara and the lionesses followed him. Amun and Bakari ran up the gorge, seeing the ghost of their grandfather Simba hanging on to the logs. Amun looked down, and the brothers decided to grab their paws. Then the oldest threw the youngest into the air, making Bakari fly over the logs and then landing onto hard ground. Amun looked down, seeing the lionesses. Then he decided to climb up the logs. He kicked the logs rolling down. One landed on top of Zira, and she landed hard on the ground. The lionesses gasped, Amun jumped over the logs, also landing onto the hard ground. Kesi ran over to Zira, moving her neck with her paw. “Zira...” said Kesi gloomily. There was no response from their leader. Her eyes were closed. Zita ran up and stood next to Kesi. Then tears started to run down their cheeks.
The other lionesses bowed their heads in grief and sadness, sobbing over the loss of their leader.