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A Character Study: Mulan

Sun in Sagittarius

Mulan is very optimistic, despite all the challenges that are thrown at her. She doesn’t let these obstacles hold her back, and preserves. One of her outstanding characteristics is her intelligence, and how quickly she thinks on her feet. This is first displayed in the movie, when she helps and older gentleman beat his opponent in a board game. However, this does not stop there. When Shan Yu is attacking the army on the mountain, she uses her gut to decide to send a rocket at the snowcapped mountain, which ended up taking out the entire Hun army. She is also the only soldier who is able to reach the arrow, after realizing she can use the weights of discipline and strength as leverage. She is able to formulate a plan to get into palace, while her male counterparts try to beat down a barricaded door with a statue. She also displays a strong sense of right and wrong. Mulan is incredibly determined, and stays true to this throughout the movie and the sequel, Mulan II. Even though she is dismissed for being inadequate, she is more than determined to prove her worth to Shang and the other soldiers. She spends the night trying to reach the arrow at the top of the pole, marking the pinnacle of her transformation.

Moon in Virgo 

One quality Mulan resonates is practicality. She doesn’t want to take part in the Matchmaking ceremony, but does so in order to bring honor to her family. She would much rather be with her family, and not so much in the public eye. She is also nurturing and kindhearted, and tends to put others before herself. Mulan is also reliable and trustworthy, and never turns her back on her friends and family. She also tends to be self-critical. Throughout the “Reflection” sequence, she talks about how she isn’t good enough to bring honor to her family, and how she can never be “perfect”. 

Mercury in Scorpio

Like many with Mercury in Scorpio, Mulan is fearless about doing what many others might fear. After all, Mulan does take her father’s place in the war, despite it being extremely dangerous, having no experience, and not to mention illegal. As the Emperor recollects, “You stole your father’s armor, ran away from home, impersonated a soldier, deceived your commanding officer, dishonored the Chinese Army, destroyed my palace, and… you have saved us all.” She is also very passionate and does not like it when others try to stand in her way. She is a firm believer of “duty is to the heart”, and has insisted countless times that the Princess Mei, Su, and Ting Ting should marry who they loved instead of being in an arranged marriage. To prove how strongly she believes in this, she takes their place in the marriage so they can be with who they truly love. She is loyal to her family and fellow soldiers as well. Even though she is dismissed for being a woman, she still races back to the heart of China to warn the others that Shan Yu is still alive.

Venus in Capricorn

Mulan is goal-oriented. She isn’t one to stand by and let her ambitions go to waste and leave her tasks unfinished. This closely ties in with her value in honor. She also follows old-fashioned ideals, and appreciates someone who is intelligent, speaks their mind, is loyal, etc. (as heard in “A Girl Worth Fighting For”). She also follows her heart, something true for those with Venus in Capricorn. She explains to Mei that it was not easy to follow her heart, but in doing so she knew she was doing the right thing.  She also shows her emotions through actions rather than words. Instead of telling others what they mean to her, she shows them by putting her life on the line for them, or putting herself before them. 

Mars in Scorpio

Mars in Scorpio tends to be quite impulsive, Mulan’s decision to take her father’s place in the army is not something she meditated over. But, when she does decide, she sticks to it. She also is insistent on doing the honorable thing. She wants nothing more than her family to be proud of her, and she does not want to “uproot her family tree. She even gives her father the tokens bestowed upon her by the Emperor, in hopes it would bring him honor. She is also slow to anger. In Mulan II, when Mushu tries to break up the couple, she takes it lightly and finds it rather funny. Also, when she finds out Yao, Ling, and Fa Zhou leave camp with Mei, Su, and Ting Ting, and realizes the princesses are in love with them, she is more than happy for them. This is unlike Shang, who blows up the minute that he finds out. 

*disclaimer: All placements should be taken as individuals, and not as a complete natal chart of each character.*

ARMYs before and after the Run MV
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