Dragon Island (location)
Dragon Island (location)
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General information
Type

Island

Flora

Tuliza

Fauna

   Civets
   Dolphins
   Komodo dragons

Societal information
Residents

   Lumba-Lumba
   Old civet
   Ora

Notable visitors

   Kion
   Anga
   Beshte
   Bunga
   Fuli
   Makini
   Ono

You ain't from around these parts, are ya? 'Cause if you were, you'd know, on that spit o' land, there be dragons!
Old civet to the Lion Guard[src]

Dragon Island is a location. It is marked by a moja kwa moja stone as one of the landmarks on the path to the Tree of Life.

Information

The Lion Guard

"Dragon Island"

On their way to the Tree of Life, the Lion Guard stumbles upon Dragon Island. Kion wonders where the next moja kwa moja stone is, and Anga explains that it is on a hill on the island. The team ventures toward it, only to stop at the edge of the sea.

As the team starts to cross a land bridge to the island, they are stopped by an old civet, who warns them about the dragons that inhabit the island. The Lion Guard brushes off his warnings and continues on their way.

Once on the island, Makini bounds off to gather tuliza for Kion. No sooner is she gone when a Komodo dragon named Ora attacks with the help of his minions. A desperate Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to blow his foes away, but in doing so, he causes the water to recede from the island, then come back as a tidal wave.

The Lion Guard struggles to escape the tidal wave, which decimates the island. They work to help rescue Lumba-Lumba, a dolphin beached on the sand, while fending off the Komodo dragons. After the fight, Makini explains that they cannot leave the island, since Kion's Roar destroyed the land bridge. Kion then uses his Roar to create a path through the waters. The Lion Guard then journeys across Kion's path through the waves, with Ora and his minions in hot pursuit. However, once the team reaches the shore, Kion stops roaring, and the waves crash in on the Komodo dragons.

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