Sultan Hamed (commonly known simply as "the Sultan") is the legitimate ruler of Agrabah and a supporting character of the film Aladdin. His daughter Princess Jasmine is lusted over by his corrupt vizier Jafar, and is one of the central figures in Disney Heroes vs Villains.
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Dealing with Zigzag and the One-Eyes
The Sultan gets a visit from Zigzag, an advisor of King One-Eye, who requests to the Sultan to surrender his kingdom to the One-Eyes. The Sultan and Jafar, however, refuse to Zigzag's offer and cast him out. Though Zigzag promises that he would return, along with the One-Eyes' armanda. As it turns out, Zigzag brings the One-Eyes to the gates of Agrabah, where they are ready to destroy the entire kingdom. Despite being outnumbered, Jafar manages to anniilate the entire race of the One-Eyes, before plummeting Zigzag into a pit. Claiming himself victorious, the Sultan is caught off guard to notice Jafar's true nature, as he disposes the Sultan from the throne and becomes the new Sultan of Agrabah. With the Sultan not appearing in the later events, it is assumed that he perishes at the hands of Jafar.
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Losing and Reclaiming the Throne
Learning of Shan Yu's invasion at his kingdom, the Sultan orders to his grand vizier, Jafar, a plan to stop him for good. Jafar makes sure to the Sultan that he will get rid of Shan Yu, though not explaining his secret plans for usurping. When Jafar manages to take out Shan Yu, he usurps the Sultan, becoming the new sultan himself, while the former Sultan remains as the entertainer and slave of the new Sultan. However, the Sultan reclaims his former position, after a vengeful Shan Yu and Hades kill the genie of sight.
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Losing the Throne...Again
However, the Sultan's rule does not last for long, as his kingdom is once again terrorrised by an offscreen player, Mirage. Consuming the entire kingdom in darkness, Mirage uses the opportunity to take out from the throne, the Sultan, hoping that Frollo will focus on the disappearance of the Sultan, rather than Mirage and her partner, Hades.