Iago is an anti-hero in the Disney's franchise, Aladdin. The familiar and pet-sidekick of the evil vizier Jafar, Iago is a full-mouthed parrot who can constantly annoy his surroundings; yet, he sometimes provides good informartion that can help his fellow friends in critical situations.
Although he is featured as a supporter to the villains in the villain wars, in Disney Heroes vs. Villains provides the exception of featuring his anti-heroic side by the beginning of the second war.
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Iago appears in the reboot series in a role different than the original script. He is primarly seen alongside with Jafar in his battles against his adversaries.
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In Agrabah from orders of Jafar, Iago goes to Mozenrath to inform him that the time to bring the Society has come.
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Finding Jafar's Lamp
Now alone, Iago located and gave Jafar what he had been looking for: a magic lamp. Not to waste any time, Jafar used his first wish to be able to go between the two dimensions at his will.
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Maleficent and Jafar start their plan to free Hades. Maleficent turns Iago into a Phoenix and they go into the Devil's realm. The Devil and King Dice notice the duo. Devil shocks Maleficent's Goons, but Iago gets rid of one of their henchmen. Sadly, he gets hit by the Devil. Jafar turns into a Cobra but gets smacked by Dice. Maleficent upgrades Iago's phoenix form giving him the powers of A Firebird. After a brief fight, The Devil crushes him in a rockslide and turns Jafar back to his human form. Iago reverts back to his original form.