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C1, second in command...

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C2, alpha and omega...

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C3, the first recruit...

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C4, the healer...

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C5, ranks...

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C6, greatest rivalry...

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C7, elders...

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C8, cubs...

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C9, duties of the lowly...

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C10, rally behind your leader...

Karllè is regarded as a good leader- a fair leader, one who is inspired and reasonable. Though the question must be asked, how loyal are her followers to her leadership, will they rally to her call? It's not something that is needed to be debated or argued to any great extent, history having proved one theory to have been right in the past. Will her people rally behind her? That really all depends.
When it comes to rallying behind her words, decisions and decrees the pride collectively flip flops between ignoring and following. Whatever suits a pride member the most is what happens and there isn't much consistency on their part. It's been an issue in the part however Karllè has done nothing to really punish those pride members.
However when it comes to fighting, battles or anything to do with the pride's rivals the pride rallies behind their leader without doubt or question. [154] Needs to be rewritten, no longer canon.

C11, new members...

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C12, brute of the pride...

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C13, brains of the pride...

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C14, weakest link...

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C15, a grudge held...

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C16, cub sitting...

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C17, leader of the hunt...

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C18, the voice of reason...

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C19, how are issues resolves...

Fighting amongst the ranks is considered a terrible situation, almost a taboo and practically forbidden. If issues between two lions progress past being resolved by words they would do best to keep their heads down and mouths shut so as not to draw attention because such an issue demands a duel and duels are forbidden.
The two lions will contact the healer discreetly and slip away to the tunnels that none of them are allowed to enter and from there the duel can begin. Once the duel starts there's no rules, no fair play, fight until the matter is resolved or keep fighting for eternity- or to the death.
The healer tries to keep some sort of fair play in tact, even if the fight doesn't require it and to date no lions have killed each other in a duel due to the healer interrupting, stepping in and pulling lions off each other and quickly tending to what could have been fatal wounds. [163]

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