|Eyes||Moderate arctic blue|
|Coat||¤ Pale, light grayish amber with a pale, light grayish apple green nose|
|Voice||Jan Rabson (English)|
Heide Domanowski (German)
Oliviero Corbetta (Italian)
Masashi Ebara (Japanese)
Hanna Kinder-Kiss (Polish)
Gabriela Codrea (Romanian)
Marc Zanni (European Spanish)
Mulia Mild is a female mule and a baker who appears in MMMystery on the Friendship Express and Equestria Games. Her name and appearance are references to real-life chef Julia Child, the same basis as S06E12 Unnamed Unicorn Mare #5. The fact that mousse is French in origin may also be a reference, as Julia Child is known for popularizing French cuisine in America.
Depiction in the series
Mulia first appears in the episode MMMystery on the Friendship Express aboard the train to Canterlot. She boasts about her "mousse moose", claiming it will win first prize at the National Dessert Contest. The next morning, Mulia comes under suspicion when the Cakes' cake is damaged. Pinkie Pie accuses Mulia of sabotage, creating a vivid fantasy of Mulia, clad as a ninja, knocking Pinkie out and slicing up the cake, which reduces Mulia to a quivering wreck.
After Pinkie's theories are disproved, the rest of the bakers' confectioneries are mysteriously eaten. Pinkie eventually discovers that the bakers had eaten each other's work, pointing out donut sprinkles in Mulia's wrinkles. Mulia apologizes to Donut Joe, the donut dish's baker, saying that Pinkie had made them sound so good earlier. At Pinkie's suggestion, Mulia and her fellow bakers combine what remains of their work into a single cake, which wins first prize.
The Elements of Harmony guidebook
GUSTAVE LE GRAND is a boastful griffon baker who believed his treasured éclairs would win first place at the National Dessert Competition. Gustave had some stiff competition from MULIA MILD and her famous "mousse moose," not to mention DONUT JOE and his mini city made of donuts known as "Donutopia."
- ↑ Jan Rabson on Facebook (2013-03-28). Retrieved on 2013 April 4.
- ↑ Jan Rabson on Twitter (2013-03-29). Retrieved on 2013 April 4.