Moyo Hodari Pride
Strength of Heart
Close Relations
Fahari(sister) Miwako(mate) Kimbilia(son) Lubaya(daughter)
A Friendly Lion

Magharibi is a lioness and a member of the Moyo Hodari Pride.


Magharibi is a well-built lioness, tall and robust, with wide paws, an unpronounced lower jaw, and ears set low on her head. All of her legs are smooth muscular. She has thick golden-orange fur that turns to a creamy peach-colored hue on her paws, underbelly, and muzzle. Unusually, this paler shade stretches past her rather short but defined muzzle to the space between her eyes in a narrow stripe. The tuft at the end of her tail is a slightly more brownish shade of gold than the rest of her glossy coat. Her short, broad nose is brown, and her eyes are gleaming yellow, with narrow dark brown eyebrows located above them.


Magharibi is a very upbeat and optimistic lioness. She is cheerful and full of zeal, always willing to help out her pride. She can be a bit overbearing at times, but means well. She is constantly ready to strike up a conversation, and has no trouble keeping one going. She is a group worker and enjoys the excitement of a hunt. Magharibi is also quite easy to charm, but it takes a lot for her to enter a serious relationship with a lion. Towards her family, she is affectionate but will always correct them when she sees the need to.


Early Life

Magharibi was born and raised in the pride. As a cub, she always stuck by her sister; for this reason, she often got into trouble with her.

Strength of Heart

Magharibi returns from a successful hunt with the rest of the lionesses and rouses the males and cubs so that they can join in the dining. The next day, she is partnered with Zoelesha to search for a rogue.

Later on, Magharibi asks Darahani is she has seen Lubaya. Darahani responds that she has not seen most of the cubs, but Magharibi assures her that they are most likely out playing. Before Darahani can respond, a hare bounds up to them, and Magharibi inquires as to whether he has seen the cubs.

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Magharibi is mentioned by Ntulivu, who remarks that Magharibi and Fahari-"the two new cubs"- are beginning to eat solid food.