Pocahontas is the titular protagonist of Disney's 33rd full-length animated feature film of the same name. She is the 7th Disney Princess in the official lineup.
She is the daughter of the Chief Powhatan that manages to stop an armed conflict between the Powhatans and the British settlers. She is an adventurous woman who violates her father's forbidding of meeting white people and even falls in love with Captain John Smith; however, she doesn't marry him because in order for him to get his treatments in the end (due to Ratcliffe), they part.
What Makes Her Pure Good?
- She loves and respects nature by living in it with her people.
- She tries to find a way to live her life feeling happy, helping everyone in front of her.
- When John Smith and the British army invade her home, she has no intention of attacking them, she would rather come to a peace.
- She hates war.
- Despite being afraid of John Smith, she decided to follow Grandmother Willow's advice on listening with her heart, which allowed to strike a friendship and eventually a romance with John Smith.
- She convinces John Smith to give up the invasion and teaches him the secrets of nature.
- She tries to make her people think like her.
- Tries to stop Kocoum from killing John Smith and when he is accidentally killed by Tomas, she is horrified.
- After recovering, she saves Smith from being killed by her father and thus makes everyone understand that the war is wrong.
- She makes her and Nakoma's life playful.
- In the sequel, when his father refuses to follow Rolfe to talk to King James, Pocahontas sets out to take his place feeling responsible, knowing it's the right thing to do.
- She loved her mother and continues to take her as an example to imitate.
- She always thinks of John Smith after his apparent death.
- Although she is still in love with John Smith, she now feels love for Rolfe and plans to leave them both.
- Although she then she is with Rolfe and they have a happy life together.
- Although others get on her nerves from time to time, she gets angry for good reasons.