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Fa Mulan
Background information
Feature films Mulan
Mulan II
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
Television programs House of Mouse
A Poem Is...
Once Upon a Time
Sofia the First
Video games Mulan Story Studio
Disney's Mulan
Kingdom Hearts II
Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion
Park attractions
Actor
Actress Jamie Chung
Animators Mark Henn
Voice Ming-Na Wen
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Awards
Character information
Other names Ping
Personality Clumsy,independant, reliable, agile, brave, heroic, smart
Appearance Pale skin, black eyes and hair
Occupation Soldier
Affiliations
Goal Bring honor to her family and defeat the Huns
Home China
Friends Mushu, Shang, Khan, Cri-Kee, Fa Zhou, Fa Li, Grandmother Fa
Enemies Shan Yu, Huns
Minions Little Brother
Likes Martial arts, animals, fishing, riding horses, humor, honor, Shang,children
Dislikes Sexism, dishonor, underestimation, arguing
Powers and abilities
Weapons Sword, fan, show, archer, cannon
Fate Defeats Shan Yu and marries Shang
Typical Saying "My name is Mulan."

Fa Mulan is the main and title character in the animated Disney film Mulan and its sequel, Mulan II. She is voiced by Ming-Na. Mulan is based on Hua Mulan from the poem The Ballad of Mulan. Mulan is a young Chinese 16 year old teenage girl who joined the army disguised as a man so that her sick father wouldn't go.

Fa Mulan is the eighth official Disney Princess, and the only one not to be royalty through birth or marriage.

Appearances

Mulan

Mulan is having difficulty fitting in with the people and their culture. While presenting herself as a bride, she is giving herself an apparently lucky cricket named Cri-Kee to help her. Unfortunately, Mulan embarrasses herself and dishonors her family. Upset, she wipes off her makeup, wondering when society will accept her. Not long after, the Chinese army comes into town with the message that the Hun army is invading, and that every man from a household must join. The Fa family is called, and Mulan's sick father Fa Zhou is to join the army.

Trivia

  • Mulan is the first official Chinese Disney Princess.
  • Mulan is one of the few Disney protagonists with a body count, as she is responsible for the death of nearly the entire Hun army.