Denahi is the (former) main antagonist of Brother Bear. I will be doing Brother Bear one shots and/or preferences. He serves as a voice of reason to Kenai, trying to talk him down from his rage and thirst for revenge. While Kenai stubbornly refuses to give up hope, Denahi holds Sitka's hood sadly, halting his search. With Denahi winded, Kenai and his companion, Koda, hasten to cross a gorge by way of a fallen log. The film begins at a standard wide… He is the younger brother of Sitka and Denahi, the adoptive elder brother of Koda, and the husband of Nita. Though Sitka is amused, Denahi is annoyed. As a result, Denahi blamed Sitka's death on Kenai, which drove Kenai to pursue and kill the bear to avenge Sitka's death. They learned to hunt, fish, and contribute to the tribe together, forming an inseparable bond between them. He then reminds Kenai that killing the bear will not make him a man, but Kenai simply mocks him for trying to be wise. The brothers take shelter behind their canoes, though one of the caribou kicks Denahi in the head. As an old man, Denahi looks much the same, just noticeably more wrinkled and with white hair. The reaction from film reviewers was severely mixed with many panning the film as a retread of older Disney films like The Lion King and the 20th Century Fox film, Ice Age (although Brother Bear began production before Ice Agedid), while others defended the film as a legitimate variation of the theme. Brother Bear is a 2003 animated film from Walt Disney Pictures about an Inupiat boy who pursues a Alaskan brown bear in revenge for a battle that he provoked in which his oldest brother is killed. He throws a spear at Kenai, narrowly missing, and Kenai uses a geyser to temporarily disable Denahi. Denahi resolves to track down Kenai, whom he mistakes for a wild bear. Denahi after he officiates the ceremony in which Kenai places his paw print on the wall of his ancestors. He apologizes to Kenai's spirit and admits that he does not know what he is doing anymore. When upset, Denahi has a fierce temper and can be harshly critical. Recognizing the eagle as Sitka, Denahi follows it. “ I'm not a beaver. Terrified that Denahi will hurt Koda, Kenai races after him. The Spirits, represented by Sitka's spirit in the form of a bald eagle transforms Kenai into a bear after the dead bear's body disappears. Kenai fulfills his mission and is transformed into a bear by Sitka's displeased spirit. While Denahi is right to blame Kenai, he denies the fact that he himself holds some of the blame. It is implied that Sitka raised and took care of both him and Kenai. Denahi soon catches up to them and heaves one end of the log into the ravine, aiming to take them with it. It is expected that the person will live by the virtue their totem represents. Denahi became a silent warrior after Kenai turned into a bear, aside from some angry growls, screams, and yells when the two fought. Attends Kenai's official manhood ceremony and lives to tell the story to the next generation. Denahi is a male human. In Brother Bear 2, Kenai awakens from his first hibernation to find that spring has arrived (Kenai separated from Denahi, Tanana, and his villagers to care for Koda, but may still visit them offscreen). Brother Bear is a 2003 American animated comedy-drama film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures.It is the 44th Disney animated feature film.In the film, an Inuit boy named Kenai pursues a bear in revenge for a fight that he provoked in which his oldest brother Sitka is killed. It's where your interests connect you with your people.