Hua Mei-Xing is the calm, industrious, and oldest daughter of Hua Mulan, the main protagonist of the Ballad of Hua Mulan. She has a younger sister named Hua Mai. When it comes to the whole destiny conflict, Mei-Xing is unsure about her alignment, so she identifies as a roybel.
She is developed and created by Pippy McScissors.
Personality and traitsEdit
Hua Mei-Xing is a sophisticated and mature girl who often is hard-working. She prefers to be alone most of the time, but sometimes would like some company. Mei-Xing is a major feminist and thinks that female should unleash their heroic side more, rather than act like a damsel-in-distress, but she does not blame the males for that. She enjoys spending her leisure time training and reading books, and often likes to take walks in the Enchanted Forest. Mei-Xing is also a calm and modest girl, too, and doesn't like braggers or boasting about things. She is a bit introverted too, and is polite and speaks when spoken to. Most of her words are rather emotionless, and any expression of some sort is quite rare. She would rather work alone most of the time and detests any sort of group activity involving school work due to the usual member's refusal to cooperate and participate.
She can also be described as a 'neat-freak', usually cleaning and organising messy areas. She gets uncomfortable around people who tend to wear clothes that aren't symmetrical, for she enjoys being in the presence of objects and things with the same sides and "can be split in two equally", as she often rambles to certain kinds of people. Mei-Xing can also be gallantly sarcastic, unintentionally making sassy remarks. When speaking to others, she speaks in a rather snide-way just to intimidate them. She has a huge sense of snark and will not hesitate in showing it.
Sometimes, though, she can be a bit of a meddler. She unintentionally interferes with problems and tries to fix them herself. She would often ask people to tone down their obnoxious demeanour if they have any, and shows maternal instincts towards people whom she is very close to, but sometimes goes a bit overboard. Most of the time though, she's pretty nonchalant and calm.
Something that is very important to Mei-Xing is the trueness and honesty of herself and other people. She becomes very concerned if people pull of an act and act the way they usually don't a lot. Her meddling personality comes in and this causes her to politely ask 'fakers' to stop their act and be who they really are. Mei-Xing is very honest, too. She doesn't take to kindly to people she suspect are lying to others or themselves.
Interests and hobbiesEdit
Mei-Xing has a variety of hobbies and interests. Those include sewing, fashion, learning more about feminism, training herself in the art of sword-fighting, fencing, doing calligraphy, reading, obscure knowledge, dragons, and reading the atmosphere. Sure, she may have a bit of a 'masculine' demeanour, but that doesn't stop her when it comes to clothes. As you may have guessed, she is a feminist but to make sure she doesn't make any blunders or slip up, she reads more into feminism. Sword-fighting is considered by her to be in her blood, but she makes sure to train herself and practise each day. Other than sword-fighting, she also enjoys fencing. When sword-fighting or fencing, she only does these if necessary. Never for unnecessary situations. Mei-Xing loves calligraphy and enjoys the types of calligraphy, but prefers the Chinese-type. She also loves obscure knowledge for no reasons. She's just weird like that, I guess. Oh, and she loves dragons. Man, if you've never been in her room, expect A LOT OF DRAGON FIGURINES, POSTERS, AND A WHOLE LOTTA PLUSHIES.
Mei-Xing is often described as a statuesque girl with a seemingly thin structure, but despite the latter, is actually muscular (must be all that training and exercise she does). She has tanned fair-skin, dark brown hair (which is often put into a bun), and monolid nut brown eyes.
Fairy tale – The Ballad of Hua MulanEdit
How the Story Goes
The poem starts with Mulan sitting worriedly at her loom, as one male from each family is called to serve in the army to defend China from invaders. Her father is old and weak and her younger brother is just a child, so she decides to take his place and bids farewell to her parents. After twelve years of fighting, the army returns and the warriors are rewarded. Mulan turns down an official post, and asks only for a swift horse to carry her home. She is greeted with joy by her family. Mulan dons her old clothes and meets her comrades, who are shocked that in their years traveling together, they did not realize that she was a woman.
How does Hua Mei-Xing come into it?Edit
After several years, Mulan had an affair with someone and bore a child. That child was Mei-Xing. Several years from now, Mei-Xing would follow in her mother's footsteps into defending China from invaders.
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- This version of Hua Mei-Xing is the first revision so far.
- Mei-Xing doesn't take too kindly when people stereotype or make racist remarks about her culture.
- She enjoys reading dystopian-fantasy books, though is often annoyed when unnecessary romance sub-plots get implemented.