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Ling is one of three aspiring warriors who joined the Imperial Army in Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, alongside Chien Po and Yao.

He and Yao shared a dislike for Sora, Mulan, Donald, and Goofy, but he eventually changed his mind after they saved the country from Shan-Yu and his army of Heartless.

Journal entries

Kingdom Hearts II

Mulan (1998)

One of the men drafted to help defend China from the Hun invasion.

Ling loves to talk and tell jokes.


Kingdom Hearts II

Ling first shows up at the Encampment, where he and Yao argue with Sora and Donald. He pops up again at the Summit, with Yao and Chien Po, in hopes of killing Shan-Yu. After Shan-Yu attack the Palace, Ling helps protect the Emperor. After Shan-Yu's defeat, Ling spends his time walking around the Village.

Some time after Xemnas's defeat, Ling, Yao, and Chien Po spy on Mulan and Li Shang, but are discovered when they fall over.

Physical appearance

Ling is of average height and is quite thin. He has a somewhat pointed face, a large nose, black eyes, and rather thick, black eyebrows. He dresses in Chinese armor during the course of the game. Ling's armor is colored predominantly in shades of grey and yellow and his helmet sports a red tassel at the top. He carries a jian with a gold guard and pommel and a black hand grip as a weapon.


Ling is the friendly, enthusiastic friend of Yao and Chien Po whose passion is telling jokes. While seeking acknowledgment from his jokes he gains an obnoxious exterior. Like Yao, Ling can be harsh to people he does not know/like, but after spending time with the person his opinion of them increases.


Ling is from the original Disney movie Mulan. He appears, as in Kingdom Hearts II, with his small short-tempered friend and his rotund friend. When Mulan gets to the camp in the movie, the first people she talks to are the three friends. They become great friends, even after they figure out she's a woman.


  • Ling's name means "zero" in Mandarin Chinese, while Yao's name coincidentally means "one".
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