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History most brutal killers, the Majingilane Male Lions

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I also think dark mane is still king but gold mane has made big jumps in ranks in the past years since hip scar injury was getting worse I think he moved up but scar nose is a great brother and the biggest I belive and I see it as in every Great coalition there has to be a subordinate some how some way
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I think Scar Nose is like Kinky Tail of Mapogos.
Perfect Deputy..!!
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Hipscar making sure of things
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Scar nose.

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