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This is a list of characters who are inhabitants or have born in the United States of Auradon after its foundation, the majority of them being Disney heroes and their descendants.

Disney heroes[]

These are the inhabitants of Auradon based on Disney heroes, their sidekicks, and their allies:

Beast[]

      Main article: Beast
King Beast is the male protagonist of the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast. He is the husband of Belle and father of Ben. He is also the founder of Auradon an the former king before his son's coronation.

Belle[]

      Main article: Belle
Queen Belle is the female protagonist of the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast. She is the wife of Beast and mother of Ben. She is also one of the founders of Auradon an the former queen before her son's coronation.

Aladdin[]

      Main article: Aladdin
Sultan Aladdin is the protagonist of the 1992 animated film Aladdin. He is the husband of Jasmine and father of Aziz.

Alice[]

      Main article: Alice
Alice is the protagonist of the 1951 animated film Alice in Wonderland. She is the mother of Ally.

Anita Radcliffe[]

      Main article: Anita Radcliffe
Anita Radcliffe is a major character of the 1961 film 101 Dalmatians. She is the wife of Roger Radcliffe.

Aphrodite[]

Aphrodite

Aphrodite as she appears originally in Hercules.

Aphrodite is a minor character of the 1997 animated film Hercules, being one of the gods on Olympus, in her case being the goddess of love and beauty.

In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost, while Hades thinks he should be with other deities, one among those he thinks about is Aphrodite, reminding her as beautiful.[1]

Apollo[]

Apollo

Apollo as he appears originally in Hercules.

Apollo is a minor character of the 1997 animated film Hercules, being one of the gods on Olympus, in his case being the god of the Sun and music.

In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost, while Hades thinks he should be with other deities, one among those he thinks about is Apollo, reminding him as vain.[1]

Archimedes[]

      Main article: Archimedes
Archimedes is a main character of the 1963 animated film The Sword in the Stone.

Ariel[]

      Main article: Ariel
Ariel is the protagonist of the 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid. She is the wife of Eric and the youngest daughter of the King Triton.

Ariel's sisters[]

      Main article: King Triton's Daughters
Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista and Andrina are minor characters of the 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid. They are King Triton's daughters, and Ariel's older sisters.

Arthur[]

      Main article: Arthur
King Arthur is the protagonist of the 1963 animated film The Sword in the Stone. He is the father of Artie.

Athena[]

Athena

Athena as she appears originally in Hercules.

Athena is a minor character of the 1997 animated film Hercules, being one of the gods on Olympus, in her case being the goddess of wisdom.

In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost, Hades considers whether he should call her or Zeus to warn them of his escape from the Isle of the Lost once he had achieved it.[2]

Aurora[]

      Main article: Aurora
Aurora is the protagonist of the 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty. She is the daughter of King Stefan and Queen Leah, wife of Phillip, mother of Audrey, and aunt of Ariana Rose.

Chip[]

      Main article: Chip
Chip is a supporting character of the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast. He is the son of Mrs. Potts.

Cinderella[]

      Main article: Cinderella
Queen Ella, also know as Cinderella, is the protagonist of the 1951 animated film Cinderella.

Cogsworth[]

      Main article: Cogsworth
Cogsworth is a supporting character of the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast.

Dalmatians[]

Dalmatians

The Dalmatians as they appear originally in 101 Dalmatians.

The Dalmatians are major characters of the 1961 animated film 101 Dalmatians, where they were kidnapped by Cruella De Vil, who intended to make a coat with their skins, until they were rescued by their parents. They are the sons and daughters of Pongo and Perdita; with 15 of them being biological, while another 84 are adopted.

They are mentioned in the novel The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where their parents talk about their education, and in the film Descendants, where Maleficent mentions that Cruella will be able to take revenge on them if they escape from the Isle.

Duchess and her kittens[]

Duchess and her kittens

Duchess and her kittens as they appear originally in The Aristocats.

Duchess and her kittens (Toulouse, Marie and Berlioz) are the protagonists of the 1970 animated film The Aristocats, where, being the heirs to the fortune of their owner, Adelaide Bonfamille, they are kidnapped by her butler Edgar, ending up abandoned far from their home, where they try to return with the help of Thomas O'Malley, a stray cat.

They are referenced in the novel Return to the Isle of the Lost, where Edgar's plan to drown them to get rid of them is mentioned.[3]

Eric[]

      Main article: Eric
King Eric is a major character in the 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid. He is the husband of Ariel.

Eugene Fitzherbert[]

      Main article: Eugene Fitzherbert
Eugene Fitzherbert, also know as Flynn Rider, is the deuteragonist of the 2010 animated film Tangled. He is the husband of Rapunzel and father of the Long Haired Princess and Ruby.

Fairy Godmother[]

      Main article: Fairy Godmother
The Fairy Godmother, formerly know as Fay, is a supporting character of the 1950 animated film Cinderella. She is the mother of Jane.

Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather[]

      Main article: Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather
Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather are three main charecters of the 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty.

Flounder[]

      Main article: Flounder
Flounder is a major character of the 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid.

Genie[]

      Main article: Genie
Genie is a major character of the 1992 animated film Aladdin. He is the father of Jordan.

Hercules[]

Hercules

Hercules as he appears originally in Hercules.

Hercules is the protagonist of the 1997 animated film Hercules, where, being the newborn son of the gods Zeus and Hera, he was kidnapped by Pain and Panic and transformed into a mortal, so when he grew up he had to prove to be a hero to be able to be with the other gods of Olympus, having in his way the obstacles imposed by his uncle Hades.

He is the father of Herkie. In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost, Uma comments to Hades that no one remembers him, and everybody talk about is Hercules.[4]

Hermes[]

Hermes

Hermes as she appears originally in Hercules.

Hermes is a minor character of the 1997 animated film Hercules, being one of the gods on Olympus, in his case being the god of travelers and messenger of the other gods.

In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost, while Hades thinks he should be with other deities, one among those he thinks about is Hermes, reminding him as snarky.[1]

Jaq[]

      Main article: Jaq
Jaq is a major character of the 1950 animated film Cinderella.

Jasmine[]

      Main article: Jasmine
Jasmine is the deuteragonist of the 1992 animated film Aladdin. She is the wife of Aladdin and mother of Aziz.

John Darling[]

John Darling

John Darling as he appears originally in Peter Pan.

John Darling is a major character of the 1953 animated film Peter Pan, where he, his older sister Wendy, and his little brother Michael, were taken by Peter Pan to visit Neverland.

He is mentioned in the book Carlos's Scavenger Hunt, where Jane says that when she was interning for Carina Potts they threw a big birthday bash for his son.[5]

John Smith[]

John Smith

John Smith as he appears originally in Pocahontas.

John Smith is the deuteragonist of the 1995 animated film Pocahontas, where he is a settler who, after meeting the native of the New World Pocahontas, both try to seek peace between their two peoples.

He is referenced in Descendants 2, where a image of him with Pocahontas can be seen in a stained glass of the ship where the Cotillion is celebrated.[6]

The King[]

The King

The King as he appears originally in Cinderella.

The King is a supporting character of the 1950 film Cinderella, where he wants his son to find a wife.

He is the father of King Charming, father-in-law of Cinderella, and grandfather of Chad and Chloe Charming.

He is briefly referenced in the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost, where it is mentioned that his son and Cinderella went to visit him.[7]

King Charming[]

      Main article: King Charming
King Charming, formerly know as Prince Charming, is a supporting character of the 1950 animated film Cinderella. He is the husband of Cinderella and father of Chad and Chloe Charming.

King Stefan[]

      Main article: King Stefan
King Stefan is a supporting character of the 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty. He is the husband of the Queen Leah, father of Aurora and grandfather of Audrey.

King Triton[]

      Main article: Triton
King Triton is a major character of the 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid. He is the father of Ariel and her six older sisters, and grandfather of Arabella.

Li Shang[]

      Main article: Li Shang
Li Shang is a major character of the 1998 animated film Mulan. He is the husband of Mulan and father of Lonnie and Li'l Shang.

Little John[]

      Main article: Little John
Little John is a main character of the 1973 animated film Robin Hood.

Lumiere[]

      Main article: Lumiere
Lumiere is a major character of the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast.

Magic Brooms[]

      Main article: Magic Brooms
The Magic Brooms are major characters of the segement The Sorcerer's Apprentice from the 1940 animated film Fantasia.

Mary[]

      Main article: Mary
Mary is a minor character of the 1950 animated film Cinderella.

Merlin[]

      Main article: Merlin
Merlin is one of the main characters of the 1963 animated film The Sword in the Stone.

Mrs. Potts[]

      Main article: Mrs. Potts
Mrs. Potts is a major character of the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast. She is the mother of several children, including Chip.

Mulan[]

      Main article: Mulan
Mulan is the protagonist of the 1998 animated film Mulan. She is the wife of Li Shang and mother of Lonnie and Li'l Shang.

Merida[]

Merida

Merida as she appears originally in Brave.

Princess Merida is the protagonist of the 2012 animated film Brave, where after causing her mother to eat a cake that transformed her into a bear, she tried to find a way to turn her back into a human.

She is referenced in the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where it is mentioned that in the past she had shot the highest arrow up in the sky, as one of the famous triumphs of the Senior Quest.[8]

She stands out for being the only character originating from a Disney-Pixar film to appear in the Descendants universe.

Perdita[]

      Main article: Perdita
Perdita is the deuteragonist of the 1961 animated film 101 Dalmatians. She is the wife of Pongo and mother of 99 Dalmatians.

Peter Pan[]

Peter Pan

Peter Pan as he appears originally in Peter Pan.

Peter Pan is the protagonist of thr 1953 animated film Peter Pan, where he takes Wendy Darling and her brothers to Neverland so they will never grow up, but they get into trouble with his rival, Captain Hook.

In the book School of Secrets: CJ's Treasure Chase, Freddie Facilier mentions him when comparing CJ to her father, telling her that just as Captain Hook was obsessed with getting revenge on Peter Pan she is obsessed with her map.[9]

In the film Descendants: The Rise of Red, after Merlin is warned by Archimedes that there are intruders in his office, he mentions that he hopes it is not a false alarm like seeing Peter Pan's shadow.[10]

Pinocchio[]

Pinocchio

Pinocchio as he appears originally in Pinocchio (after being turned into a real boy).

Pinocchio is the protagonist of the 1940 animated film Pinocchio, where he was a wooden puppet who ended up being turned into a real boy for his good deeds.

Pinocchio (puppet)

Pinocchio as a puppet in Pinocchio.

He is the father of Pin. He is referenced in the novel Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, when his son is introduced.[11]

Pocahontas[]

Pocahontas

Pocahontas as she appears originally in Pocahontas.

Pocahontas is the protagonist of the 1995 animated film Pocahontas, where she is a native of the New World who, after meeting the settler John Smith, both try to seek peace between their two peoples.

She is referenced in Descendants 2, where a image of her with John Smith can be seen in a stained glass of the ship where the Cotillion is celebrated.[6]

Pongo[]

      Main article: Pongo
Pongo is the protagonist of the 1961 animated film 101 Dalmatians. He is the husband of Perdita and father of 99 Dalmatians.

Prince Phillip[]

      Main article: Prince Phillip
Prince Phillip is a main character of the 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty. He is the husband of Aurora and father of Audrey.

Queen Leah[]

      Main article: Queen Leah
Queen Leah is a minor character of the 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty. She is the wife of the King Stefan, mother of Aurora, and grandmother of Audrey.

Rajah[]

Rajah

Rajah as he appears originally in Aladdin.

Rajah is a supporting character of the 1992 animated film Aladdin, being Jasmine's pet tiger.

In the novel Rise of the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, one of the objectives in the Senior Quest is bring back one of Rajah's collars, mentioning that the he had quite a collection.[12] During the quest, Jay screamed when Rajah caught him sneaking away with one of his jeweled collars.[13]

Rapunzel[]

      Main article: Rapunzel
Rapunzel is the protagonist of the 2010 animated film Tangled. She is the wife of Eugene Fitzherbert and mother of the Long Haired Princess and Ruby.

Razoul[]

      Main article: Razoul
Razoul is a minor character of the 1992 animated film Aladdin.

Robin Hood[]

Robin Hood

Robin Hood as he appears originally in Robin Hood.

Robin Hood is the protagonist of the 1972 animated film Robin Hood. He is the father of Bobby Hood.

He is mentioned in the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where after Jay meets his son, he tells him that his father is a legend.[14] Later, Jay receives an online letter of admission to the Sherwood Forest University signed by Robin Hood.[15]

Robin Hood was mentioned in Descendants: The Rise of Red.

Roger Radcliffe[]

      Main article: Roger Radcliffe
Roger Radcliffe is a major character of the 1961 film 101 Dalmatians. He is the husband of Anita Radcliffe.

Scuttle[]

Scuttle

Scuttle as he appears originally in The Little Mermaid.

Scuttle is a supporting character of the 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid, being a seagull who shows Ariel the use of human objects, although he himself has no idea of ​​their true uses.

He is referenced in the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where it is mentioned that Jay had stuffed himself full of Scuttle's churros at the water park in Triton's Bay.[16]

The Seven Dwarfs[]

Bashful[]

      Main article: Bashful
Bashful is one of the deuteragonists of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is the father of Shy.

Doc[]

      Main article: Doc
Doc is one of the deuteragonists of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is the father of Doc the Second.

Dopey[]

      Main article: Dopey
Dopey is one of the deuteragonists of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is the father of Doug and Derek.

Grumpy[]

      Main article: Grumpy
Grumpy is one of the deuteragonists of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is the father of Gordon and Crabby.

Happy[]

      Main article: Happy
Happy is one of the deuteragonists of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is the father of Hap and Cheerful.

Sleepy[]

      Main article: Sleepy
Sleepy is one of the deuteragonists of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is the father of Sleepy Jr. and Snoozy.

Sneezy[]

      Main article: Sneezy
Sneezy is one of the deuteragonists of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He is the father of Gesundheit.

Sebastian[]

      Main article: Sebastian
Sebastian is a major character of the 1989 animated film The Little Mermaid.

Snow White[]

      Main article: Snow White
Snow White is the protagonist of the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. She is the stepdaughter of the Evil Queen, as well as the stepsister of Evie.

Tarzan[]

Tarzan

Tarzan as he appears originally in Tarzan.

Tarzan is the protagonist of the 1999 animated film Tarzan.

He is referenced in the novel The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where his past with Clayton is mentioned.[17] He is also referenced in Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where is mentioned that Mal and Evie needed to steal a banana from Tarzan's pal Terk's refrigerator for the Senior Quest.[18]

Terk[]

Terk

Terk as she appears originally in Tarzan.

Terk is a major character of the 1999 animated film Tarzan, being a gorilla who is Tarzan's best friend.

She is referenced in the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where is mentioned that Mal and Evie needed to steal a banana from Terk's refrigerator,[18] being one of the objetives for the Senior Quest.

Tiana[]

      Main article: Tiana
Tiana is the protagonist of the 2009 animated film The Princess and the Frog. She is the wife of Naveen.

Tiger Lily[]

Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily as she appears originally in Peter Pan.

Tiger Lily is a minor character of the 1953 animated film Peter Pan, being the daughter of the Indian Chief and a friend of Peter Pan.

She is the mother of Tiger Peony. Tiger Lily is referenced in the novel Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where her daughter is introduced.[19]

Tinker Bell[]

      Main article: Tinker Bell
Tinker Bell is a major character of the 1953 animated film Peter Pan.

Wendy Darling[]

Wendy

Wendy as she appears originally in Peter Pan.

Wendy Darling is the deuteragonist of the 1953 animated film Peter Pan, where she and her little brothers, John and Michael, were taken by Peter Pan to visit Neverland.

She is referenced in the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where it is mentioned that in the past she was famous for bringing back pixie dust from Neverland, as one of the famous triumphs of the Senior Quest.[20]

Yao[]

      Main article: Yao
Yao is a supporting character of the 1998 animated film Mulan. He is the father of Yi-Min.

Yen Sid[]

      Main article: Yen Sid
Yen Sid is a major character of the segement The Sorcerer's Apprentice from the 1940 animated film Fantasia. He is a citizen of Auradon who was sent to the Isle of the Lost to try to apply some kindness to the Villain Kids.

Zeus[]

Zeus

Zeus as he appears originally in Hercules.

Zeus is a major character of the 1997 animated film Hercules, being the god of lightning and ruler of Olympus, in addition to the father of Hercules, whom he guides to become a hero. He is also the husband of Hera and brother of Hades, thus also being the uncle of Mal and Hadie.

In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost, Hades thinks that he might not have a pocketful of lightning bolts like his brother Zeus, who he remembers as annoying, but he still had his ember.[21] Uma also comments to Hades that Zeus is just having a ball up there on Mount Olympus, and that every once in a while he throws down his lightning bolts just to remind everyone who's in charge.[4] Later, Hades considers whether he should call him or Athena to warn them of his escape from the Isle of the Lost once he had achieved it.[2]

Disney villains[]

These are the Disney villains that have inhabitated in Auradon:

Headless Horseman[]

      Main article: Headless Horseman
The Headless Horseman is the main antagonist of the segment The Legend of Sleepy Hollow from the 1949 animated film The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. Unlike other villains sent to the Isle of the Lost, he remained hidden in the forests of Auradon.

Maleficent[]

      Main article: Maleficent
Maleficent is the main antagonist of the 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty. She is the mother of Mal. After being transformed into a lizard during the climax of Descendants, she was locked up in Auradon in that form for a time, until she returned to the Isle of the Lost in Descendants 2.

Original characters[]

Coach Jenkins[]

      Main article: Coach Jenkins
Coach Jenkins is a character who debuted in the film Descendants.

Dopey's wife[]

      Main article: Dopey's wife
Dopey's wife is a character who debuted in the film Descendants.

Dude[]

      Main article: Dude the Dog
Dude is a character who debuted in the film Descendants.

Faylinn Chime[]

      Main article: Faylinn Chime
Faylinn Chime is a character who debuted in the novel Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel.

Lexi Rose[]

Lexi Rose is a character who is mentioned in the novel Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel. She is a fairy of Neverland that Faylinn Chime mentions as the one in charge of analyzing the scales that Ben gave her.[22] Later, Faylinn tells Ben that Lexi Rose remembered seeing something similar recently.[23]

Mia[]

      Main article: Mia
Mia is a character who debuted in the manga Evie's Wicked Runway.

Mr. Deley[]

      Main article: Mr. Deley
Mr. Deley is a character who debuted in the film Descendants.

Museum Guard[]

      Main article: Museum Guard
The Museum Guard is a character who debuted in the film Descendants.

Descendants[]

      Further information: Auradon Kids
These are the descendants of Auradon heroes, and descendants of villains that have moved officially to Auradon:

Ben[]

      Main article: Ben
King Ben, formerly know as Prince Ben, is the son of Beast and Belle, as well the husband of Mal. He became the king of Auradon after its coronation in Descendants.

Bashful Jr.[]

Bashful Jr. is the son of Bashful and brother of Shy. He is mentioned in School of Secrets.

Bobby Hood[]

      Main article: Bobby Hood
Bobby Hood is the son of Robin Hood.

Mal[]

      Main article: Mal
Queen Mal, formerly also know as Lady Mal, is the daughter of Maleficent and Hades. Originally born on the Isle of the Lost, she moved to Auradon in Descendants, later becoming queen after marrying Ben.

Ally[]

      Main article: Ally
Ally is the daughter of Alice.

Arabella[]

      Main article: Arabella
Arabella is the daughter of one of Ariel's sisters, and the granddaughter of King Triton.

Ariana Rose[]

      Main article: Ariana Rose
Ariana Rose is the niece of Aurora and Prince Phillip, and cousin of Audrey.

Ariel's niece[]

Ariel's niece is an unnamed girl who appears in the School of Secrets episode "Day 13: Sub-Text", being the daughter of one of Ariel's sisters. She is also the cousin of Arabella and the granddaughter of King Triton.

Audrey[]

      Main article: Audrey
Princess Audrey is the daughter of Aurora and Prince Phillip, as well as the granddaughter of Queen Leah and King Stefan.

Aziz[]

      Main article: Aziz
Aziz is the son of Aladdin and Jasmine.

Best Bro[]

      Main article: Best Bro
"Best Bro" is the nickname of Mr. Smee's great nephew.

Carlos De Vil[]

      Main article: Carlos De Vil
Carlos De Vil is the son of Cruella De Vil. Originally born on the Isle of the Lost, he moved to Auradon in Descendants, where he officially made his new home.

Chad Charming[]

      Main article: Chad Charming
Prince Chad Charming is the son of Cinderella and King Charming, and brother of Chloe Charming.

Cheerful[]

Cheerful is the son of Happy and brother of Hap. In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, he participates in the Senior Quest as do several of his cousins: Doug, Shy, Crabby, Snoozy, Doc the Second, and Gesundheit.[24]

Chloe Charming[]

      Main article: Chloe Charming
Princess Chloe Charming is the daughter of Cinderella and King Charming, and sister of Chad Charming.

Crabby[]

Crabby is the son of Grumpy and brother of Gordon. In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, he participates in the Senior Quest as do several of his cousins: Doug, Cheerful, Shy, Snoozy, Doc the Second, and Gesundheit. Crabby, who lived up to his name, was annoyed he had to be on a team with Gesundheit, who was always blowing his nose.[24]

Derek[]

      Main article: Derek
Derek is the son of Dopey, and brother of Doug.

Doc the Second[]

Doc the Second is the son of Doc. In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, he participates in the Senior Quest as do several of his cousins: Doug, Cheerful, Shy, Crabby, Snoozy, and Gesundheit.[24]

Doug[]

      Main article: Doug
Doug is the son of Dopey, and brother of Derek.

Evie[]

      Main article: Evie
Evie is the daughter of the Evil Queen. Originally born on the Isle of the Lost, she moved to Auradon in Descendants, where she officially made her new home.

Freddie Facilier[]

      Main article: Freddie Facilier
Freddie Facilier is the daughter of Dr. Facilier. Originally born on the Isle of the Lost, she moved to Auradon in Descendants: Wicked World, where she officially made her new home.

Gesundheit[]

Gesundheit, referred to by others simply as Gus, is the son of Sneezy. In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, he participates in the Senior Quest as do several of his cousins: Doug, Cheerful, Shy, Crabby, Snoozy, and Doc the Second. In his case, having to team up with Crabby, much to his cousin's annoyance because Gus was always blowing his nose.[24]

Gordon[]

Gordon is the son of Grumpy and brother of Crabby. He is mentioned in the novel Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where ​Grumpy seems upset that Mal and her friends don't know his son, but they do know Doug well.[25]

Herkie[]

      Main article: Herkie
Herkie is the son of Hercules.

Jane[]

      Main article: Jane
Jane is the daughter of the Fairy Godmother.

Jay[]

      Main article: Jay
Jay is the son of Jafar. Originally born on the Isle of the Lost, he moved to Auradon in Descendants, where he officially made his new home.

John Darling's son[]

John Darling's son is the unnamed son of John Darling, as well as the nephew of Wendy and Michael Darling.

He is mentioned in the book Carlos's Scavenger Hunt, where Jane says that when she was interning for Carina Potts they threw a big birthday bash for him when he was turning seven.[5]

Jordan[]

      Main article: Jordan
Jordan is the daughter of the Genie.

Li'l Shang[]

      Main article: Li'l Shang
Li'l Shang is the son of Mulan and Li Shang, and brother of Lonnie.

Long Haired Princess[]

      Main article: Long Haired Princess
The Long Haired Princess is the daughter of Rapunzel and Eugene Fitzherbert, and sister of Ruby.

Lonnie[]

      Main article: Lonnie
Lonnie is the daughter of Mulan and Li Shang, and sister of Li'l Shang.

Opal[]

      Main article: Opal
Opal is the daughter of Mama Odie.

Pin[]

Pin is a minor character of the novel Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, where Mal mentions that it would be fun to stick a fake nose on him. He is the son of Pinocchio, and is mentioned as a first year student at Auradon Prep.[11]

Ruby[]

      Main article: Ruby
Ruby is the daughter of Rapunzel and Eugene Fitzherbert, and sister of the Long Haired Princess.

Shy[]

Shy is the son of Bashful and brother of Bashful Jr. In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, he participates in the Senior Quest as do several of his cousins: Doug, Cheerful, Crabby, Snoozy, Doc the Second, and Gesundheit.[24]

Sleepy Jr.[]

      Main article: Sleepy Jr.
Sleepy Jr. is the son of Sleepy and brother of Snoozy.

Snoozy[]

Snoozy is the son of Sleepy and brother of Sleepy Jr. In the novel Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, he participates in the Senior Quest as do several of his cousins: Doug, Cheerful, Shy, Crabby, Doc the Second, and Gesundheit.[24]

Tiger Peony[]

      Main article: Tiger Peony
Tiger Peony is the daughter of Tiger Lily.

Tweedledee and Tweedledum cousins[]

Tweedledee and Tweedledum cousins are the sons of Tweedledee and Tweedledum. Tweedledee Jr. is also the brother of Twee and Dee. They appear in the book School of Secrets: Ally's Mad Mystery.

Uma[]

      Main article: Uma
Uma is the daughter of Ursula. Originally born on the Isle of the Lost, she moved to Auradon in Descendants 3, where she officially made her new home.

Yi-Min[]

      Main article: Yi-Min
Yi-Min is the daughter of Yao.

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel «Rude Awakening», Page 10 – Hades remembers various deities while thinking that he should be with them.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel «Hole in the Sky», Page 103.
  3. Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 26, Page 192 – Duchess and her kittens are mentioned.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 15, Page 95 – Uma talks about Hercules and Zeus with Hades.
  5. 5.0 5.1 School of Secrets: Carlos's Scavenger Hunt «Licking the Wounds» – John Darling and his son are mentioned.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Descendants 2 – A stained glass with Pocahontas and John Smith is seen in the Cotillion.
  7. Escape from the Isle of the Lost, Chapter 10, Page 70 – The King is mentioned.
  8. Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 8, Page 60 – Princess Merida's triumph of the Senior Quest is mentioned.
  9. School of Secrets: CJ's Treasure Chase «Blimey!» – Feddie mentions Captain Hook's obsession with Peter Pan.
  10. Descendants: The Rise of Red, 1:24:38.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 1, Page 18-19.
  12. Escape from the Isle of the Lost, Chapter 11, Page 74 – The list of objetives for the Senior Quest is shown.
  13. Escape from the Isle of the Lost, Chapter 11, Page 76.
  14. Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 40, Page 247 – Bobby Hood and Jay talk about Robin Hood.
  15. Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 40, Page 250.
  16. Escape from the Isle of the Lost, Chapter 8, Page 58-59.
  17. The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 13, Page 137 – Tarzan is mentioned.
  18. 18.0 18.1 Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 10, Page 72.
  19. Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 25, Page 186 – It is mentioned that Tiger Peony is Tiger Lily's daughter.
  20. Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 8, Page 60 – Wendy's triumph of the Senior Quest is mentioned.
  21. Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel «Rude Awakening», Page 11 – Hades thinks of Zeus and his lightning bolts.
  22. Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 25, Page 188.
  23. Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 33, Page 234.
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 24.5 Escape from the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 8, Page 60 – Doug's cousins ​​are mentioned participating in the Senior Quest.
  25. Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, Chapter 43.

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