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The Mighty Mapogos

India Raj8143 Offline
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The LEGENDS were controlling 80% of land in sabisand 
and killed 100 lions in 1 year...
they were the most aggressive and most dominating lion ever seen...!!!
THE TRUE LEGENDS....!!!

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I DID EVERYTHING AS PER THE NATURE... STILL THEY CALL ME (SATAN) MR .T
history will remember them u like it or not...!!! the LEGENDARY MAPOGOS...
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@Raj8143 :

About #1491: One of the numerous males that would be killed by the Mapogo lions was called "Rocky Serengeti" male... How is it possible knowing that the mapogo lions ruled over the Sabi Sand area in South Africa ?

Weird isn't it ?
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(11-23-2018, 01:43 AM)Spalea Wrote: How is it possible knowing that the mapogo lions ruled over the Sabi Sand area in South Africa ?

Weird isn't it ?

It's just a name, maybe that lion reminded them of another name and so they put that name on him.
‘Like night-watchmen they patrol the dark nights; marching with intent and chasing all those unwanted into the shadows…those that do not run are removed’
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(11-22-2018, 01:23 PM)Raj8143 Wrote: Mighty Mapogo Male Lions ? Battle Kings Of Lion World
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7FnG5MRVkE

Mapogos...the true Spartans
Coalitions and Males the Mapogos fought and defeated in at least one encounter as well as Males that were KIA against the Mapogos. Keep in mind there are multiple Nomadic Males that were pushed out or killed by the Mapogos that were never documented. 3 coalitions of Nomads that were documented. So we may never know the true extent of the massive Mapogoreign which is already incredibly illustrious as it is. Furthermore it took 9 Males and two different younger Coalitions to contribute in the downfall of the past their prime Mapogos. Truly amazing:
1. Split Rock Coalition (2 Males), 2. Nhlanguleni Male (1 Male)
3. Northern Coalition (4 Males), 4. Gwarri Bush Male (1 Male)
5. Dzunani Male (1 Male), 6. Rocky Serengeti Male (1 Male)
7. Nkuhuma Coalition (2 Males), 8. Ravenscourt Male (1 Male)
9. Skukuza Coalition (4 Males), 10. One eye and Stompie Coalition(2 Males), 11. Rollercoaster Male (1 Male), 12. Tsalala Male Solo (1 Male), 13. Nomadic Coalition (4 Males), 14. Nomadic Coalition (2 Males), 15. Nomadic Coalition (2 Males), 16. Manyeleti Coalition (2 Males), 17. Golf Course Coalition (2 Males), 18. Gijima Coalition (2 Males), 19. Toulon Coalition (3 Males), 20. Majingilane Coalition (5 Males), 21. Matimba Coalition (3 Males), 22. Othawa Coalition (2 Males), 23. Selati Coalition (4 Males), 24. Limper KNP Male (1 Male)

Casulties:
Casulties include at least 13 fully grown Males killed by the Mapogos. It is not known exactly how many of the Skukuza Males were killed but all disappeared and at least 1 killed from the Mapogo conflict. The Western Mapogos also killed 2 Nomadic Males in 2009. The Mapogos simply were doing nature's calling and they excelled as Lions like no others have.
1 Nhlanguleni Male
1 Northern Male
1 Gwarri Bush Male
1 Dzunani Male
1 Rocky Serengeti Male
1 Skukuza Male
1 Nkuhuma Male 
1 Golf Course Male
2 Nomadic Males 
1 Manyeleti Male
1 Majingilane Male
1 KNP Male

An impressive list of the greatest coalition of all time, aren't it?
This is Sparta! - Mapogos 4ever -




Nhlanguleni Male = Gwarri Bush Male
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(11-23-2018, 02:03 AM)Tshokwane Wrote:
(11-23-2018, 01:43 AM)Spalea Wrote: How is it possible knowing that the mapogo lions ruled over the Sabi Sand area in South Africa ?

Weird isn't it ?

It's just a name, maybe that lion reminded them of another name and so they put that name on him.

OK, you're kind to react... Incidentally I know I could be fussy for such details like this one.
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(11-23-2018, 02:05 AM)AbcXyz Wrote: Nhlanguleni Male = Gwarri Bush Male

Yeah, it isn't surprising.  

That list is very likely full of repeated lions, like those nomads.

(11-23-2018, 02:10 AM)Spalea Wrote: OK, you're kind to react... Incidentally I know I could be fussy for such details like this one.

Pas du tout, mon ami.
It's what we're here for, and it's natural that it causes confusion.
‘Like night-watchmen they patrol the dark nights; marching with intent and chasing all those unwanted into the shadows…those that do not run are removed’
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About #1496: c' est vraiment trop gentil à vous... Like
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Rob the Ranger posted this a few days back. The real boss, Big Mak.


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(11-23-2018, 03:57 PM)Herekitty Wrote: I posted this and then deleted it, because after matching up the markings initially, the match seemed less sure the second time around. But what first tuned me to the possibility it was Kinky Tail was when Marlon Du Toit commented that this lion was the King's BOSS, meaning he bossed MrT, which isn't the widely accepted view. Truth is they were probably evenly matched.


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This is one of the Selati males.
‘Like night-watchmen they patrol the dark nights; marching with intent and chasing all those unwanted into the shadows…those that do not run are removed’
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(11-23-2018, 03:57 PM)Herekitty Wrote: I posted this and then deleted it, because after matching up the markings initially, the match seemed less sure the second time around. But what first tuned me to the possibility it was Kinky Tail was when Marlon Du Toit commented that this lion was the King's BOSS, meaning he bossed MrT, which isn't the widely accepted view. Truth is they were probably evenly matched.


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This is absolutely wrong. He didn't boss T around in any sense of the word. T beat him out more in terms of dominance. Him bossing T around is not a widely accepted "fact" BECAUSE IT DIDN'T HAPPEN.

Also, this is no Kinky.
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the Djuma tragedy:

Epic picture of 2 Mapogos who were on a bloody mission. Dreadlocks and Pretty Boy arriving at Djuma on beginning of December 2007. Not good news for the resident Lions.The Nkuhuma Pride will experience a disaster and their dominant male lions lost their Kingdom. Blondie´s days were numbered, he was mauled by the ruthless Spartans and died in a horrible way. His brother Dozie managed to escape with some members of the pride.

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rollercoaster males are the father of kt and mr t ????can any 1 confirm it ?
some news says that they are the half brothers... ????
I DID EVERYTHING AS PER THE NATURE... STILL THEY CALL ME (SATAN) MR .T
history will remember them u like it or not...!!! the LEGENDARY MAPOGOS...
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(11-15-2018, 04:29 PM)Tshokwane Wrote:
(11-15-2018, 12:15 PM)vinodkumarn Wrote: He don't look like Kinky Tail.. can someone confirm

Yeah, that's Kinky tail.

(11-23-2018, 05:30 PM)Tshokwane Wrote:
(11-23-2018, 03:57 PM)Herekitty Wrote: I posted this and then deleted it, because after matching up the markings initially, the match seemed less sure the second time around. But what first tuned me to the possibility it was Kinky Tail was when Marlon Du Toit commented that this lion was the King's BOSS, meaning he bossed MrT, which isn't the widely accepted view. Truth is they were probably evenly matched.


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This is one of the Selati males.

I knew I should have kept off this thread.
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(11-24-2018, 02:48 AM)Potato Wrote: "Ok you can accuse that rangers dart him and after 10 minutes he woke up and went to fight Majings...or you can believe that 2 mapogos chase 5 Majings but the same night 4 Majings came with no fear roaring to face the Mapogos"
"The same time Raj8143 making inoccent questions that dont know the answers quotes my post and writes he will win in the debate....No Potato he is not a provocatuer..."

I see you are the one who is provocating here. First telling others what they can speak about and what about they can not. Now also mixing my comment putting in my mouths words I did not say. I said there are many possiblitys and we can only wonder which from them is true. Personaly I do not strongly belive neither. I prefere to as much as I can stay to the facts without mixing them with immagination.  

"4 Majings came with no fear roaring to face the Mapogos"

Fear came short after when they were running into Kruger. 

"Love Mapogos but hate fanboys...They are shame for Lions world"

You are now acting exactly the same way. Denying the theory just becasue it downgrades  Majings. You belive in somethink just because you want to belive insteed of be guided by logic.

"they call Majingilanes cowards because they killed KT and they dont say that a day before KT and MR T killed the 5th Majingilane or they dont write that their battles were 6 against one or 2 lions....Numbers count and some kids behind their pc think that lions world are boxing game 1 vs 1"

Majings did great making use from their numbers. What I was always wandering about Majings is that how much of it was smartness and how much of it was luck (if lion is capable to plan on such level). Of course all lions try to use their numbers as much as they can. I also think calling Majings cowards because of using it is stupid.

When the Majingis ran into Kruger and why?
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Let's be honest here, it's an extremely tenuous theory. If we allow this sort of hare brained speculation then where does it end? It is after all Wildfact, not Wild Fantasy.
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