Part One (The Sword in the Stone, Mickey and Friends, Toy Story, Cinderella, Peter Pan, Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters, Inc., WALLE, Tangled, Sleeping Beauty)
Part Two (Zootopia, Bambi, The Jungle Book, Dumbo, DuckTales, Lady and the Tramp, Pocahontas)
Part One (The Incredibles, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Frozen, Mulan, Beauty and the Beast)
Part Two (The Lion King, Aladdin, Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Winnie the Pooh)
Part Three (Lilo & Stitch, Big Hero 6, The Little Mermaid, Wreck-It Ralph, The Princess and the Frog)
Part Four (Moana, Finding Nemo, Coco, The Haunted Mansion, Star Wars, Onward)
Part Five (Hercules, TBA, TBA, TBA, TBA)
Nani Pelekai is the kind-hearted, but stressed-out older sister and legal guardian of Lilo Pelekai, and the breadwinner for their ʻohana. When Nani is missing her sister as they're late for a monthly meeting with Cobra Bubbles, she notices Stitch captured by an alien robot drone and sets out to rescue him.
- Action Girl: Nani becomes this in the Lilo & Stitch event. The first thing she does when she sees drone that captured Stitch? Take a freakin' alien hovercraft that's she's never flown before and fight the drone herself!◊
- Adaptation Distillation: Her physical appearance is based on her classic look from the original film, wearing her orange crop top with a pink heart symbol on the front, cut-offs, and brown boots.
- A Day in the Limelight: Nani is actually the lead character for the Lilo & Stitch event and is the first character that players can unlock during it. A huge surprise considering that she normally gets shafted in favor of her sister and the aliens.
- Nice Girl: She does show actual concern for Stitch, not just Lilo.
- Revision: This game changes Nani's employer to Luki's Shave Ice stand. Nani never worked for him at any point in the Lilo & Stitch franchise proper.
Lilo Pelekai is a young, spirited, eccentric girl from Kokaua Town on the Hawaiian island of Kauaʻi who loves her ʻohana, especially her alien "dog" Stitch. She's absent from Nani when they're supposed to have their monthly meeting with Cobra Bubbles.
- Action Girl: Subverted; Lilo's animation for rescuing Stitch is simply repeatedly trying to climb on the machine he is trapped in and pratfalling. However, she ends up being the one to free Stitch from his trap by using a crowbar.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: For starters, she believes that she can free Stitch with a can opener because he's trapped in metal like a tin can.
- Companion Cube: Her handmade rag doll Scrump.
Stitch is an alien genetic experiment created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba who was originally named Experiment 626. He was designed to destroy everything he touches, but that changed when he became part of Lilo Pelekai's ʻohana as her "dog". He was wandering around the Kingdom when a giant alien drone captured him, and his ʻohana must save him from its clutches.
- Aliens Speaking English: Stitch is capable of speaking English, but like in Lilo & Stitch: The Series, his English is broken and he speaks primarily in Tantalog.
- Badass in Distress: Normally, he would be saving his family from danger. But in the game's Lilo & Stitch event, he's the one who needs saving.
- Big Eater: His large appetite is alluded to with his two-hour solo activity at Lilo's House, "Raiding the Fridge".
- Ear Notch: Two of them, one on each ear, asymmetrical to one another.
- Fictionary: He speaks almost entirely in Tantalog in this game.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Blue Boy to Angel's Pink Girl.
- Retractable Appendages: Averted; Stitch does not bring out his antennae, back spines, or extra arms in the game. Not even as an alternate costume.
- Tuft of Head Fur: His tuft is rendered in the game.
Angel, also known as Experiment 624, is one of Dr. Jumba Jookiba's genetic experiments. Originally designed to sing a siren song that converts other beings to evil, she became Stitch's loving girlfriend. When Nani tells her about Stitch being in trouble, Angel quickly joins in the fight to save her "boojiboo".
She is the first (and so far, only) Disney Television Animation character to appear in the game.note
- Action Girl: She fights the drone to save her "boojiboo" and is the most adept at flying the alien hovercraft. (Although oddly she does not fire the hovercraft's lasers; she only flies around to distract the drone).
- Adaptation Distillation/Adaptation Expansion: She is primarily based on how she appears in Lilo & Stitch: The Series (including her inability to speak English at the time), but some elements of her Stitch! anime counterpart had to be incorporated due to her limited appearances in the original series. Notably, she carries her purple parasol and wears her cyan sunglasses in her welcoming cutscene. Even then, the "expansion" part comes in due to her interactions with Nani and Cobra in the event, since we've never seen her meet either of them face-to-face in the original franchise.note Some of her activities are also a minor case of Adaptation Expansion, such as her six-hour activity with Pleakley at the ʻOhana Restaurant titled "Shopping Together".
- Aliens Speaking English: Averted; she only speaks in Tantalog and it's not translated for the player. Or for Nani, for that matter.note
- Breakout Character: She is the one of the Lilo & Stitch franchise's most popular characters, hence why she, a television character, appears in a game that had previously only featured characters from theatrical feature films.note
- Enthralling Siren: Yep. She does sing for her activities and she does sing her siren song in a side quest. Her welcoming quest is even called "Welcome a Siren".Angel: "Acoota... chi-meeto... igatta... no mootah... Nagga to... nala... itume... tidooka..."
- Fictionary: She speaks entirely in Tantalog.
- Off-Model: A minor one; her ears are tipped purple on both sides instead of only on the inside like she normally has in her franchise.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Pink Girl to Stitch's Blue Boy.
- Took a Level in Kindness: She is much nicer here when compared to her representation in the Stitch! anime, although she does call Cobra Bubbles "ika patooba" (baldy) a couple times. Her eight-hour solo activity at Stitch's Great Escape! is even titled "Help Other Experiments", further supporting this trope for her.
Wendy Pleakley is a Plorgonarian former agent for the United Galactic Federation who was their so-called "Earth expert".
- Adaptation Distillation: His appearance is based on how he normally appears in Lilo & Stitch: The Series, wearing an orange muumuu.
- Aliens Speaking English: He has the best English of the four Lilo & Stitch aliens in the game.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: He has one eye, two tongues, three legs, an antenna on his head, and a very thin body.
- Catchphrase: FASCINATING!
- Wholesome Crossdresser: He normally wears an orange muumuu and he also puts on a wig in his welcoming cutscene and in his one hour activity "New Look".
Dr. Jumba Jookiba is a Kweltikwan biogeneticist and engineer who created Stitch, Angel, and over 600 other genetic experiments.
- Adaptation Distillation: His appearance is based on how he normally appears in Lilo & Stitch: The Series, wearing an yellow Aloha shirt that barely fits him and blue shorts.
- Aliens Speaking English: A bit broken, but still proficient.
- Evil Genius: Rather self-proclaimed on the "Evil" side, but undeniably a genius. His hour-long activity is even named after this trope.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: It was Jumba's fault for getting Stitch trapped by the drone. Jumba tried to repurpose the drone to serve as a safety drone, but its programming makes it overly protective. Stitch just happened to be walking by when the drone decided to "protect" him.
- You Make Me Sic: Not Jumba's name, but rather the name of his species; Gameloft misspelled it as "Kweltikan" in the game.
Cobra Bubbles is a "former" CIA agent who "officially" works as a social worker, and is the case manager for the Pelekai family. After meeting with Nani when she is late for their meeting—and without Lilo—he helps her fight against the alien robot that captured Stitch.
- Adaptation Expansion: Gets a few new details about him added to his character in this game, such as his sunglasses being prescription.
- Big Bad: Averted; even though he has different music for his welcoming cutscene compared to all the other characters of his franchise, and unintentionally causes stress for Nani, he is one of the good guys and even helps out with Stitch's rescue.
- Men in Black: He invokes this with his looks, his serious demeanor, his refusal of declassifying information, etc.
Hiro Hamada is a young preteen native of San Fransokyo and current owner of Baymax. He is in the midst of wandering the park trying to decide on what to do for a school science project when he comes across Baymax in trouble with Yokai. His subsequent efforts to save Baymax serve as the driving force for the Big Hero 6 event.
- Big Brother Worship: Greatly looked up to his older brother Tadashi. Tadashi's death really hit him hard.
- Break Them by Talking: He ultimately ends up saving Baymax after the latter is given a hostile reprogramming by Yokai by getting him to pause long enough to listen while he talks to him and comforts him over the grief he's feeling thanks to the hivemind uploaded into him.
- Child Prodigy: Since he's technically still a preteen, he definitely counts as this thanks to his smarts.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Most definitely.
- True Companions: To Baymax, and also to Tadashi's friends from college.
Baymax is a personal healthcare robot created by Hiro's older brother Tadashi. He helped Hiro, as well as Tadashi's four friends from college defeat Yokai in the past. When he is knocked out and later given a hostile reprogramming by Yokai while wandering around the yard at Krei Tech, it is up to Hiro and the rest of the gang to stop Yokai and save him.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: After Yokai's second battle against the human members of the Big Hero 6 team, Baymax's is reprogrammed to battle against his friends through a combination of Yokai removing his green chip AND somehow projecting his own grief into the robot's systems.
- Break Them by Talking: In the end, Hiro only manages to successfully undo the overwhelming effect Yokai's own grief has on Baymax's system by getting him to pause long enough to listen while he talks to him and comforts him through it.
- Morethan Mind Control: While calling it mind control may be pushing it, getting Yokai's own grief uploaded into his systems certainly ensures that getting Baymax back to normal won't be as simple as putting Baymax's green chip back where it was.
- Nice Guy: Once he's restored back to his usual self, he is more than happy to team back up with Hiro and his friends, as well as to help Hiro set up a proposed idea to serve as a support counselor for all future emergent A.I systems.
- Powered Armor: Dons a special suit of red combat armor that allows him to fly, and also to take part in a large number of his in-game activities.
Yokai, a.k.a. Professor Robert Callaghan, was formerly a college professor who served as a much respected teacher for Hiro's late older brother Tadashi. His grief over the loss of his daughter caused him to don a Kabuki mask and go to questionable lengths to achieve revenge. He first arrives at the park in time to sneak up on a wandering Baymax while the two are at Krei Tech and knock him out, triggering the beginning of the main story for the Big Hero 6 Event.
- Arc Villain: Serves as the initial big bad for the Big Hero 6 event.
- Big Bad: As per the movie until later swapping places with Baymax!
- Disc-One Final Boss: After battling twice against Hiro and his friends, he flees from the area... but not before both removing Baymax's green chip and somehow spreading his own grief into Baymax's system so that the robot will end up battling the heroes so that he can escape.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: After being defeated in his second battle against Hiro and the rest of the gang, he sets Baymax up to do battle with them so that he can escape.
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: One of his tokens is Abigail's Photo, a hint to his real identity of Professor Callaghan.
- The Speechless: He is capable of speech, but he doesn't speak in the game in order to protect his real identity from being exposed.
Go Go Tamago is a Japanese American biker girl and a member of Big Hero 6. She was one of Tadashi's close friends in college, later became one of Hiro's new friends, and proved helpful in stopping Yokai the last time. She is also among the first to come to the park and start helping Hiro in the efforts to save Baymax.
One of Tadashi's friends in college, later one of Hiro's new friends, and a skilled chemist of Hispanic descent. Proved helpful in defeating Yokai the last time he caused trouble. She is one of the first to be found by Hiro in time to help him out in rescuing Baymax.
- Action Girl
- Adaptation Dye-Job: Zigzagged. She was blonde in the original movie, but somehow became a redhead in [[Big Hero 6 The Series the TV series, but is now blonde once more in this game.
- Adorkable: Dear God yes.
- Genki Girl: Her facial expressions and dialogue really give off this vibe.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Has golden blonde hair and is one of the nicest members of the Big Hero 6 team.
- Motor Mouth: Enough to make it very difficult for Hiro or anyone else to get a word in when she's speaking.
- Tomboy And Girly Girl: The girly girl to Gogo's tomboy.
- True Companions: To Tadashi, and also to Hiro and the rest of Big Hero 6.
Frederick "Fred" Frederickson IV is one of Tadashi's friends from college, and later one of Hiro's new friends. Serves as the school mascot from Tadashi's college, and dressed up in a fire breathing kaiju suit for his work with the Big Hero 6 team. Proved helpful in stopping Yokai the last time he caused trouble. And he comes to the park not too long after Wasabi in time to help out in rescuing Baymax.
- Breath Weapon: Courtesy of his kaiju supersuit.
- Leeroy Jenkins: Tends to rush into combat without thinking. Furthermore, the first solution he decides to do for the overwatered bonzai trees in his family's garden is to use his suit's firebreath on them.
- Playing with Fire: His suit comes with a feature that allows fire breath.
- Token Minority: He's the only white guy on the team.
- True Companions: Was this to Tadashi, then became this to Hiro, and is still this to the rest of the Big Hero 6 team.
Wasabi is one of Tadashi's friends from college, and later one of Hiro's new friends. He is a physicist, and a master at wielding a pair of blades made of plasma energy. He helped Hiro and Baymax defeat Yokai the last time he caused trouble. He is later called into action by Honey Lemon to help save Baymax from Yokai.
- Got Me Doing It: Finds himself briefly referring to the one microbot that Honey Lemon captures from Yokai's horde by her chosen nickname of Fernando . . . an action that he promptly lampshades.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Wasabi is a nickname that stuck after spilling wasabi on his clothes one time. His real name is unknown.
- Straight Man: To Fred.
- True Companions: Was this to Tadashi, and is still this to Hiro and the rest of the Big Hero 6 team.
A crab that serves as the royal composer in King Triton's court. His work on setting up a special concert to celebrate Ariel's good fortune leads to him discovering how Ariel's permanent transformation to human form by Triton has mysteriously worn off, kicking off the events of The Little Mermaid event.
Scuttle is a seagull who is one of Ariel's only friends from above the ocean's surface before she met Eric. She and Sebastian seek out his help immediately after Sebastian becomes aware of Ariel's plight in an effort to not have to get Triton worried and involved.
Ariel is the seventh and youngest daughter of King Triton and princess of Atlantica. Fell in love with the human prince Eric and ultimately got her happy ending with him. When her father's spell that allowed her to be permanently turned into a human mysteriously wears off right as a celebratory concert is being prepared for her happy ending with Eric, the story for The Little Mermaid event begins.
- Happy Ending Override: Has been turned back into a mermaid by the power of an ancient Atlantican curse. The driving force of this event is the effort to undo this override.
- Happily Married: To Eric. Not even being mysteriously turned back into a mermaid is enough to undo this.
- Heroes Want Redheads: Has red hair and is the love interest to Prince Eric.
- Mundane Solution: And a quite surprising one at that! Turns out, her desire for everyone to keep focusing on performing the planned concert despite her being turned back into a mermaid is exactly what needs to be done in order for the Atlantican curse that transformed her back into a mermaid to be broken.
- Nice Girl: Regardless of whether she's a human or a mermaid, she has a heart of gold beating inside her.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: In a more passive sense, she actually turns out to have the right idea on how to break the curse on her without even knowing it herself!
Eric is the human prince who Ariel fell in love with. His returning those feelings ultimately helped save her and the rest of Atlantica when the wicked sea witch Ursula made her move. Now that Ariel's been mysteriously turned back into a mermaid, he is more than happy to figure out a way to help her change back (but still loves her regardless).
- Happily Married: To Ariel.
- Heroes Want Redheads: Returns the love of redhead princess Ariel.
- Nice Guy: Is a very nice prince. And while he does help to break the curse on Ariel, he also makes it clear that he loves her regardless of what form she's in.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He is more than willing to help Ariel change back to human form from her unwilling transformation back to her mermaid form. Whether it be by practicing his part for the upcoming concert, or chasing after Ursula to prevent her from interfering.
- Violently Protective Boyfriend: He killed Ursula the last time she caused trouble for Ariel before he even became her boyfriend, let alone her husband. And while he's not shown doing anything violent this time, he does sacrifice his part in the concert for the sake of chasing after Ursula to prevent her from interfering.
King Triton is the ruler of Atlantica and Ariel's father. He is stunned upon learning that his supposedly permanent spell on Ariel has mysteriously worn off, and is quick to go after Ursula the instant it becomes seemingly clear that Ursula had something to do with it.
- The Good King: To his subjects in Atlantica.
- Over Protective Dad: Used to be this. He's mellowed out since.
- Papa Wolf: Towards Ariel. He's become considerably more reasonable in this regard since the events of the movie.
- Prongs of Poseidon: He is armed with a magical trident, and he knows how to use it.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: You've got that right.
Flounder is a cowardly, but loyal, fish who is Ariel's best friend from under the sea. He comes to the park not too long after King Triton just in time to help Ariel undo the ancient Atlantican curse that has caused Triton's transformation spell on her to wear off.
- Cowardly Lion: As nervous and somewhat cowardly as he may be, he is ultimately loyal to Ariel and will always face his fears just long enough to help her when she needs him to.
Ursula is a wicked sea witch who was banished from Triton's court for practicing dark magic. She never forgave Triton for that and tried to take advantage of Ariel's love for Eric in order to overthrow Triton as ruler of the oceans. She was defeated then, but has now come back to life and entered the park to make a second attempt. While surprisingly not responsible for turning Ariel back into a mermaid, she is willing to take advantage of initial suspicions of being responsible for it to try to overthrow Triton once more.
- Arc Villain: Unsurprisingly, she serves as this for The Little Mermaid event.
- Back from the Dead: Much like most of the other villains Maleficent has summoned to the park, she is back from the dead.
- Big Bad: Of The Little Mermaid event.
- Evil Gloating: What ultimately causes her plans to be foiled, as it is Scuttle's eavesdropping on her premature private gloating about how she's fooled Triton into giving her his trident and powers without even having been responsible for Ariel's mysteriously turning back into a mermaid (or really done anything at all) that allows the truth to be spread to Sebastian, Ariel, and Triton in time to stop Triton from giving her what she wants.
- Non-Action Guy: Intended to avert this once she got a hold of Triton's trident and powers. Fortunately, Scuttle eavesdropping on her and spreading the truth to Sebastian allows Ariel to prevent Triton from allowing her the opportunity to take a more active roll in her renewed efforts to overthrow him.
- Not Me This Time: Surprisingly enough, she is not responsible for Ariel being turned back into a mermaid this time. She didn't even cast the ancient Atlantican curse that is directly responsible.
- Pragmatic Villainy: While not responsible for turning Ariel back into a mermaid this time, she knows an opportunity when she sees it, and attempts to take advantage of initial suspicions of her being responsible for this turn of events to trick Triton into giving up his trident and powers to her a second time.
Wreck-It Ralph is the main "bad guy" of the arcade game Fix-It Felix Jr. who isn't really a "bad" guy. He's also the best friend of Vanellope, and his chasing her into the Disney Magic Kingdoms server while they were touring the internet is what triggers the Wreck-It Ralph storyline.
Vanellope von Schweetz is a character from the arcade racing game Sugar Rush who was once thought of as a glitch. She is Ralph's best friend. Her entering the Disney Magic Kingdoms server while she and Ralph wander around the internet is what begins the Wreck-It Ralph storyline.
Promoted to Playable: A rather hilarious play on the concept: Vanellope appears in several scenes during the Wreck-It Ralph storyline, but after the invading viruses are taken care of, she reveals that due to her glitching abilities, she was capable of promoting herself to playable the entire time.
Fix-It Felix Jr. is the titular playable "good guy" from the arcade game Fix-It Felix Jr. and is Sergeant Calhoun's husband.
Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun is a character from the sci-fi first-person shooter Hero's Duty and is Fix-It Felix Jr.'s wife.
Ralph Breaks the Internet
J.P. Spamley is a pop-up advertisement looking for people who want to get rich quick playing video games.
- Clickbait Gag: Not only is Spamley always carrying around a pop-up ad, when you complete a quest with him, in lieu of his hand, you get forced to high-five his ad!
Yesss is an algorithm responsible for finding (and arguably exploiting) the trendiest things on the internet. She also acts as curator for a video-watching site called Buzzztube.
Shank is the in-game leader of a group of thugs in an action-packed racing game called Slaughter Race. When her game isn't being played, though, she's actually surprisingly nice.
Prince Naveen is the Prince of the kingdom of Maldonia, as well as Tiana's husband. The Princess and the Frog storyline begins when he and Eudora set out to find Tiana when she gets kidnapped by Dr. Facilier.
Tiana is the wife of Prince Naveen, as well as the successful owner of a New Orleans restaurant called Tiana's Place.
Eudora is the caring elderly mother of Tiana.
Charlotte La Bouff is Tiana's childhood friend, and the daughter of New Orleans' mayor, Eli "Big Daddy" La Bouff. She dreams of being a princess just like Tiana.
Dr. Facilier, also known as the Shadow Man, is a shady master of voodoo who turns Naveen into a frog in a convoluted plot to take over New Orleans.
Louis is an alligator who loves playing the trumpet. He previously couldn't get people to stop screaming or shooting at him for long enough for him to share his music, but by the end of the film, he ended up becoming the official trumpeter of the in-house band at Tiana's Place.
Mama Odie is a witch doctor who always tells those who come to her what they need, rather than what they wanted to hear. She is always accompanied by a snake named Juju.