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)
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, TBA, TBA, TBA, TBA)
Zazu is a hornbill who serves as the 'majordomo' and messenger for the kings of the Pride Lands. He is one of the first characters to come back to the kingdom in time to both deal with the gem crab infestation and foil the resurrected Scar's attempt to overthrow Simba.
- Battle Butler: In spite of his stick-in-the-mud attitude, Zazu still manages to get in a few attacks during both of the fights against Scar.
- The Finicky One: Just like in the film, he likes to keep things working right in the Pride Lands, but never gets to the point of being a jerk about it.
- Old Retainer: Has been working for the royal family since Simba was a cub, and has continued to do it even after Simba's daughter reached adulthood.
- Older Than They Look: That said, he still looks the same as he's always been.
Nala is a lioness who is Simba's mate and the current queen of the Pride Lands. She is one of the first to become aware of Scar's involvement after Timon and Pumbaa sound the alarm and is quick to inform Simba of the matter.
- Action Mom: Has a daughter named Kiara, who doesn't appear in the game.
- Happily Married: To Simba.
- Heroes Want Redheads: She is a heroic lioness, and is married to Simba (who has a red mane and tail tuft).
- Hot Consort: By lion standards, you could definitely say Simba lucked out as far as who he picked to be his queen.
- Panthera Awesome: She is a lioness.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: The first thing she does upon becoming aware of Scar's return and plotting to overthrow Simba is to seek out Simba to warn him. She also fights against Scar alongside Simba, Timon, Pumbaa, Zazu, and Rafiki.
- Victorious Childhood Friend: Was a close childhood friend of Simba when they were cubs, and is now happily mated with him as his queen.
Simba is a lion who is the son of Mufasa, Scar's nephew, Nala's mate, and the current and true king of the Pride Lands. He comes into the fray just in time to help Nala and their friends foil the revived Scar's efforts to overthrow him.
- Action Dad: He and Nala have a daughter named Kiara.
- Happily Married: To Nala.
- Mighty Roar: As a lion, he is not afraid to use it.
- Panthera Awesome: He's a lion after all.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's certainly not the type of king to just laze around while his subjects do all the work, especially not when Scar has come back from the dead and is actively trying to overthrow him.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Raised on a diet of bugs by Timon and Pumbaa.
- Victorious Childhood Friend: Married to Nala, his close friend from when they were cubs.
Rafiki is a wise baboon who serves as a shaman and royal advisor to the Pride Lands royalty. He returns to the park around the same time as Nala and helps the Pride Lands' rightful rulers (as well as Timon, Pumbaa, and Zazu) foil Scar's efforts at overthrowing Simba.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: He is definitely wise, but he also has his moments of eccentricity.
- Cool Old Guy: Is implied to be fairly old, but was still able to kick some serious hyena tail the last time Simba fought against Scar. And he's also still got enough fight left in him to help Simba and the rest of their allies fight Scar TWICE!
- Everything's Better with Monkeys: He is a baboon.
Scar is Simba's villainous uncle. He murdered his own brother—Simba's father—Mufasa and tried to do the same to Simba in order to seize the Pride Lands throne for himself. When Maleficent summons a horde of magic absorbing gem crabs to try to drain the park of its magic, he tries to take advantage of the chaos to overthrow Simba as King of the Pride Lands, and it becomes up to Simba and the other heroic characters of the Pride Lands to stop him.
- Arc Villain: Serves as the immediate big bad for The Lion King event.
- Back from the Dead: Considering how he was eaten by his own army of hyenas at the end of his movie, this is very much implied to be the case.
- Big Bad: Of The Lion King Event.
- Cain and Abel: The Cain to Mufasa's Abel.
- Dragonin Chief: While not directly serving as a dragon to Maleficent, he is the one who directly serves as big bad during The Lion King event while Maleficent merely summons the gem crabs that grant him the opportunity to try to take over the Pride Lands once more.
- Elephant Graveyard: Sets up his lair in such a location, and it is where he subsequently does battle against his nephew and several other Pride Landers loyal to Simba.
- Evil Uncle: To Simba.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Named for the scar on his left eye, a scar that proves darkly appropriate for his villainous nature.
- Mighty Roar: Comes with his species.
- Panthera Awesome: He is a lion.
Timon is a meerkat who lives alongside his warthog buddy Pumbaa in the Pride Lands, and helped raise a young and newly orphaned Simba alongside Pumbaa. He comes to the park not too long after Pumbaa, and the two work together to combat against Maleficent's summoned swarm of gem crabs, and then later help Simba and the rest of their Pride Lands allies defeat Scar.
- Big Eater: Has an appetite very similar to Pumbaa's when it comes to bugs.
- Not Helping Your Case: He and Pumbaa end up taking a nap while waiting for Simba and Nala to arrive after they have a message about Scar's return sent to them. This works against them after Nala catches them napping immediately after she arrives.
- Parental Substitute: Acted as this to Simba alongside Pumbaa for many years.
- Those Two Guys: Is always happy to tag along with Pumbaa, and they have several activities together.
Pumbaa is a warthog who lives alongside his meerkat buddy Timon in the Pride Lands, and helped raise a young and newly orphaned Simba alongside Timon. He is first brought to the park when Merlin decides that he's just the character they need to start making a genuine effort at fighting off the invasion of gem crabs that Maleficent conjures up.
- Big Eater: Being a pig, he just cannot help himself. This factor is precisely why Merlin decides that he's just the pig needed to effectively combat against the invading gem crabs.
- Not Helping Your Case: The fact that he and Timon are napping when Nala finally arrives makes her initially somewhat skeptical of Scar's return.
- Parental Substitute: Acted as this to Simba alongside Timon for many years.
- This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: His natural appetite for bugs, combined with his big eater tendencies, is what convinces Merlin that he is just the right character to bring in first to combat against the invading gem crabs Maleficent has summoned.
- Those Two Guys: Is always happy to tag along with Timon.
- Trademark Favorite Food: LOVES to eat bugs; a fact that Merlin is happy to exploit for the park's sake.
Aladdin is a former street rat turned prince and fiancé to Princess Jasmine of Agrabah. His efforts at setting up a 'Welcome Home' party for the Genie serve as the driving force for the Aladdin event.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Now that he's fiance to Princess Jasmine (and has been appointed as the new royal vizier), he is not going to completely waste the opportunity to take advantage of his status. And of course, he also directly works to both set up Genie's 'Welcome Home' party and do battle with Jafar.
Jasmine is the Princess of Agrabah who loves and is loved by Aladdin. She helps Aladdin set up Genie's 'Welcome Home' party just in time to catch onto Jafar lurking about.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: She was always a free-spirited and strong willed princess, and she is still exactly like that now (even going so far as to actively participate in battles against Jafar).
Abu is Aladdin's faithful pet monkey and sidekick.
- Everything's Better with Monkeys: Again, he is a monkey.
- Gratuitous Animal Sidekick: To Aladdin.
- Suddenly Voiced: SINCE WHEN IS HE ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH?! Then again, judging by a comment from Jasmine, it is possible that this is just a matter of Aladdin understanding Abu's natural monkey sounds being translated for the players' benefit.
The Magic Carpet is a magical flying carpet that used to dwell in the Cave of Wonders alongside the Genie. Has become a close friend and transport to Aladdin since his departure from that cave.
- Animate Inanimate Object: Is a very much lively character thanks to his magic.
- The Speechless: He has no mouth, so of course he can't talk.
Jafar is the former royal vizier of Agrabah. Tried once before to take over Agrabah as sultan, but was foiled by Aladdin. Now that Maleficent has freed him from his lamp and brought him to the park, he is perfectly willing to make a second attempt, and it's up to Aladdin and the rest of the heroic figures of Agrabah to stop him.
- Adaptation Distillation: Both his cobra form and his genie form are excluded from the game (although the former gets nodded to in the animatronic for the Aladdin parade float).
- Evil Chancellor: Provides the page image.
- Faking Amnesia: Decides to try this after he is defeated, and subsequently welcomed to the park at the end of the Aladdin event.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Judging by both him being alive at the end of the Aladdin event, and it being implied that he was freed from the lamp and brought to the park with the other Aladdin characters before the exact events of Aladdin 2: Return of Jafar could occur, it's safe to say he won't be dying any time soon.
Iago is Jafar's former parrot sidekick. After getting released from Jafar's lamp by Maleficent, he appears to have decided to cut ties with Jafar and side with Aladdin. Happily enough, Aladdin allows exactly that in time for the battles against Jafar.
- Adaptation Distillation: In a sense as he did reform in the original franchise's sequel material, doing his FaceHeel Turn in Aladdin: The Return of Jafar.
- Feathered Fiend: He used to be this when he worked with Jafar. Not so much now that he's chosen to turn over a new feather.
- HeelFace Turn: Has chosen to cast his lot with Aladdin now that he's free from Jafar's lamp. Aladdin and Jasmine even let him work alongside them and their friends in the battle against Iago's former master.
- Toothy Bird: The Trope Illustrator himself.
The Genie is a magical jinni armed with phenomenal cosmic power who spent countless years trapped in a lamp until Aladdin finally freed him with his third wish. He went on a trip to see the world to celebrate his freedom, and Aladdin's work to set up a 'Welcome Home' party for the Genie to have once he returns from this trip serves as the driving force behind the Aladdin event.
- The Artifact: Despite removing his bracelets at the end of the movie to represent how he is now free from the lamp, they remain with him in his appearance in this game.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": No-one has ever bothered to ask what his name is, to the point that he never even uses it himself.
- Fun Personified: He's always full of energy and ready to bring some excitement and fun to the table. Even when Jafar is taking over, he still can't resist cracking a few jokes.
Jasmine's pet tiger.
The ruler of Agrabah and Jasmine's bumbling but well-meaning father.
Alice is a naturally curious little girl who once went through quite the crazy adventure in Wonderland. She finds herself once again dealing with the inherent craziness of Wonderland in time to end once again on trial in the court of the Queen of Hearts. And it proves up to her and several comparatively less evil inhabitants of Wonderland to prevent her from losing her head.
The Mad Hatter is an especially wacky and insane inhabitant of Wonderland. He and his equally bonkers friend the March Hare love to spend their days having tea parties and celebrating unbirthdays (plus the occasional birthday) as they see fit. His plans to both have yet another tea party, and to try to remember something (likely important) he's forgotten serve as the driving force behind the Alice in Wonderland event.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Granted, virtually everyone in Wonderland is one. But he certainly is one of the wackiest.
- The Cuckoo Lander Was Right: There are moments where, despite his insanity, he actually brings up some pretty good points.
- Insane Troll Logic: Is surprise, surprise a MASTER at this.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Downplayed. He's definitely insane. And while he can be selfish and childishly insistent on doing things his own way, he's not nearly as big of a jerk as he could be. Nonetheless, he still helps to stall (and later cancel) Alice's trial against the Queen of Hearts.
- Those Two Guys: He is almost always alongside the March Hare.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Tea.
The March Hare is the Mad Hatter's best friend, and arguably just as wacky and crazy as the Hatter himself.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: He's just as wacky and off the walls insane (if not, slightly less so) as the Mad Hatter.
- The Cuckoo Lander Was Right: As insane as he is, there are some moments where he's not necessarily wrong.
- Insane Troll Logic: He's best friends with the Mad Hatter. Really, is it surprising he'd be similarly skilled at using this?
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Much like the Hatter, he can be rather selfish and childish. Nonetheless, he still helps stall (and later cancel) Alice's trial against the Queen of Hearts alongside the Hatter and several other (comparatively) more sympathetic Wonderland inhabitants.
- Those Two Guys: He and the Mad Hatter rarely go anywhere separate from each other.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Tea of course.
The White Rabbit is a constantly tardy rabbit who serves as a loyal retainer for the Queen of Hearts. Despite this though, he appears more than happy to help stall and cancel the latest trial the Queen puts on once it becomes clear that Alice is once again the one on trial.
- Every One Has Standards: Possibly the case, as he is perfectly willing to help Alice stall (and later cancel) her trial against the Queen of Hearts this time around.
- Only Sane Man: While he is almost always fretting about being late, and busy doing what needs to be done whenever he's NOT running late, he is comparatively one of the more sane inhabitants of Wonderland. Of course, considering how crazy virtually everyone else living in Wonderland is, that's not saying much.
A seemingly rather proud and self-confident caterpillar who lives in Wonderland. While he wouldn't necessarily admit as much, he ends up dragged into first helping the Mad Hatter and March Hare with their work, and later helping stall and cancel Alice's second trial against the Queen of Hearts.
- Insistent Terminology: As he explains to Alice, he will gladly give useful advice, but actually helping? That's another thing altogether.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Can be rather proud and self confident. Nonetheless, he is not above giving useful advice, and he even "helps" stall (and later cancel) Alice's second trial against the Queen of Hearts.
The Queen of Hearts is the notoriously ill-tempered ruler of Wonderland. When Alice ends up on trial in her court for a second time, it becomes up to Alice and several inhabitants of Wonderland to prevent Alice from losing her head.
The Cheshire Cat is a levitating purple and pink striped cat who can turn invisible and detach his head from his body. While he can be very difficult to read, he proves to be yet another valuable member of the group working to stall (and later cancel) Alice's second trial against the Queen of Hearts.
- Adaptational Heroism: Unlike the last time Alice was on trial in the Queen of Hearts' court, he is firmly on Alice's side this time.
- Insane Troll Logic: Not quite to the same extent as the Mad Hatter and March Hare, but he's still capable of pulling this off every so often.
- Visual Pun: When he says he will 'stand on his head', he literally means that his headless body will stand on top of his head.
Bashful is a rather self-conscious dwarf. Despite this, he's more than willing to join his fellow dwarfs to defend Snow White once again from the evil queen.
The leader of the seven dwarfs, and one of the first to become aware of the evil queen's return.
Sneezy is a dwarf who has a chronic case of hay fever and just cannot stop sneezing no matter how hard he tries. This certainly doesn't prevent him from defending Snow White against the evil queen though.
Dopey is the last, and possibly youngest, of the dwarfs. Just like the rest of the dwarfs, he has made it his sworn duty to defend Snow White from the evil queen.
- The Speechless: The only dwarf who does not talk.
Happy is an especially cheerful dwarf. Much like his brethren, he works to defend Snow White against the evil queen.
Snow White is a beautiful and kind-hearted princess who is considered the fairest in her homeland. This fact is something that makes her stepmother the evil queen viciously want her dead.
The Evil Queen, real name Grimhilde, is the cruel, vain, and extraordinarily beautiful queen of Snow White's kingdom. The fact that her step daughter Snow White is more beautiful then herself makes her want nothing more than to kill Snow White out of sheer jealous spite.
- Back from the Dead: Like many other villains Maleficent has summoned to the park, this is most definitely the case.
- Evil Is Petty: Wanting your own step daughter dead just for being more beautiful than yourself? That's awfully petty of you.
- Evil Queen: Well, duh.
- God Save Us from the Queen!: She is a very cruel and tyrannical queen towards her subjects.
- Mythology Gag:
- In one of her first quests, she collects a poisoned comb and lethally tight dress (the two things that her counterpart from the original fairy tale used before resorting to the poisoned apple). Fortunately for Snow, it takes time for these two items to be fully ready for use, and the queen's too impatient to wait that long.
- Also, the event currency for the Snow White event were called Grimhilde Coins, which are after the queen herself.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: According to Word of God, her real name is Grimhilde.
- Pride: And HOW!
Grumpy is a dwarf who is almost constantly in a bad mood. Nevertheless, he cares about Snow White just as much (if not more) as the other dwarfs and is happy to defend her alongside them when the evil queen comes to the park.
Unlike all the other characters, he cannot be leveled up with Gems; his tokens are required.
Sleepy is a dwarf who, true to his name, is almost constantly snoring away. And even when awake, he's always still half asleep at best. He is the last dwarf to come to the park, just in time to join his fellow dwarfs in defending Snow White from the queen.
Christopher Robin is a boy who is friends with the animals (stuffed or otherwise) who live in the Hundred Acre Wood. He is summoned to the park over the course of Maleficent's second cursed tower challenge.
Winnie the Pooh is an anthropomorphic stuffed teddy bear of "very little brain" who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood. This kind-hearted "silly ol' bear" loves to eat honey and is loyal to his friends. Climbed up the honey tree to get a snack. But when he ends up getting stuck in the tree as a result, it's up to the other inhabitants of the Hundred Acre Wood to rescue him.
Eeyore is a perpetually gloomy stuffed donkey who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood alongside Pooh and the rest. He comes to the park around the same time as Roo, and naturally joins in with the rest to rescue Pooh from the honey tree.
- Catchphrase: Thanks for noticing.
- The Eeyore: He is Trope Namer, after all.
- Mythology Gag: Sort of. Remember how Pooh used a red balloon in an effort to get honey? Well, Eeyore ties a similar balloon to his tail for the sake of his effort at helping his friends rescue Pooh.
- True Companions: To Christopher Robin and all the other Hundred Acre Wood inhabitants.
- When He Smiles: Can occasionally be seen with a happy smile on his face.
Tigger is an incredibly over-exuberant stuffed tiger who is constantly bouncing around everywhere he goes. He is one of the first to come to the park after Rabbit, and is quick to join him in the efforts to rescue Pooh from the honey tree.
Kanga is a kind and caring stuffed kangaroo. She is the second Hundred Acre Wood inhabitant (not counting Tigger) to come to the park and is asked for help from Rabbit in rescuing Pooh not too long after her arrival.
- Mama Bear: Downplayed, but she can be pretty protective of her son Roo.
- True Companions: To Christopher Robin and the other Hundred Acre Wood Inhabitants.
- True Pacifist: In a sense. During efforts to rescue Pooh from the Hunny Tree, she sits back and knits while yelling encouragement to her son and his friends.
Roo is a young stuffed kangaroo and Kanga's son. He comes to the park alongside Eeyore not too long after his mother arrives. Naturally, he is more than happy to join in the rescue effort for Pooh when asked to do so by Rabbit.
Piglet is a perpetually nervous stuffed pig. He is the last Hundred Acre Wood inhabitant to come into the park, and is just in time to help his friends rescue Pooh from the honey tree.
Rabbit is an orderly and sometimes abrasive rabbit inhabitant of the Hundred Acre Wood. He is one of the first Hundred Acre Wood inhabitants to come to the park. His efforts at collecting ingredients for a cake he plans to bake lead directly to him discovering Pooh stuck in the honey tree, kicking off the events of the Winnie the Pooh event.
- Jerkass: Somewhat downplayed in comparison to other examples, but he can be pretty abrasive and selfish at times. He can also have a rather low patience threshold, especially when it comes to Tigger.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Nevertheless, he is a true friend to his fellow Hundred Acre Wood inhabitants, and is actually the first to get to work on rescuing Pooh from the honey Tree.
- The Smart Guy: Tends to be the one to be trusted with coming up with plans.
- True Companions: To Christopher Robin and everyone else in the Hundred Acre Wood. And yes, that includes Tigger.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Tigger constantly gets him at his wit's end. Nevertheless, they are still friends, and are even among the first to work together to rescue Pooh from the honey Tree.