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anyone else see a pattern with mulan?

i mean so far with all the fellow females she's met, she starts off really resentful towards them but slowly develops a friendship with them, i mean that was the case with aurora, belle, snow and emma. although she got along with phillip right away (might have to do with that she had a crush on him) i would've thought it would've been the other way around where she becomes 老友记 instantly with the fellow females she meets and she starts off with being resentful towards the men she meets like phillip cause of how men tried to make her believe that women cant be warriors.
 beekee404 posted 一年多以前
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TDDD said:
It could be that 花木兰 doesn't really know how to interact with women because she's not a very feminine person herself. She's a warrior, and traditionally men are the warrior kind. If, as 你 are saying, she gets along better with men, it's probably because she understands them better than women. She resentfulness is probably just awkwardness and discomfort.
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posted 一年多以前 
bri-marie said:
While it's true that 花木兰 is wary of new people she meets, I wouldn't say she started off that way with Phillip. We don't know anything about their relationship beyond "they met, 花木兰 helped Phillip find Aurora, 花木兰 loved Phillip". It's entirely possible that she didn't like Phillip at first either.

Also, in Mulan's story, it wasn't just the men that thought women couldn't/shouldn't fight -- that was a widely held belief of all her people (and most people in FTL in general).
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posted 一年多以前 
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well remember in the episode where we see belle team up with 花木兰 to defeat the monster thats actually phillip (i know the name i just cant spell it lol) and in the end belle introduces 花木兰 to phillip? it seems that 花木兰 becomes instantly attracted to phillip
beekee404 posted 一年多以前
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That doesn't mean 花木兰 was instantly okay with Phllip. Again, we don't see them meeting. We have no idea what happened.
bri-marie posted 一年多以前
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