Fellking

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Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Fellking
(烈王 Retsuō)
Fellking
"A weapon that possesses extreme Strength. Devastates tough enemies."
Strength Defense
Base Unit Ultima Base Unit
+68 +2 +32 +3 +1
Magic Crit Rate Crit Bonus
Base Unit Base Unit Base Unit
+0 +1 +0 +1 +5 +1
Abilities
1: Defender
2: Vitality Barrier
3: Second Chance
Obtained
Nimble Gear ④ (Xaldin)
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Fellking+
(烈王+ Retsuō+)
Fellking
"An upgraded Fellking.
Possesses extreme Strength. Devastates tough enemies."
Strength Defense
Base Unit Ultima Base Unit
+87 +2 +15 +3 +1
Magic Crit Rate Crit Bonus
Base Unit Base Unit Base Unit
+0 +1 +6 +1 +5 +1
Abilities
1: Striker
2: Vitality Surge
3: Grand Slam
Obtained
Nimble Gear+ ④ (Xaldin)

The Fellking (烈王 Retsuō?) is a set of Lances that can be wielded by Xaldin in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. It can be upgraded to the Fellking+.

Design[edit]

A Fellking lance's shaft is dark purple in the center and lilac on the ends, with the two colors separated by small, rose-colored rings. The lower blade is purple with lilac edges and shaped like an arrow cross. The upper blade is divided into two purple sections with lilac edges, connected by a rose-colored cross shaped like the upper half of the Nobody logo. The upper half of the two blades curves slightly near the top and sports several notches lining its outer edge.

Fellking, as a combination of the two words "fell" and "king", means "ferocious king". The weapon's Japanese name has the same meaning.

Gameplay[edit]

Fellking’s ground combo starts with a sideways slash using one lance, followed by a downward diagonal slash using the other lance. Xaldin then swings his lances from the same starting point upward to two far points in a "V" formation, and ends the combo with a scissor-like attack, where all six of his lances thrust forward, cross each other and emit X-shaped shockwaves.

The aerial combo consists of a downward diagonal slash using one lance, followed by a thrust of all six lances forwards at once in a pointed, star-like shape.

See also[edit]