Skuld

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Skuld

Skuld KHX.png


Katakana スクルド Other Emblem.png
Rōmaji Sukurudo
Homeworld Daybreak Town
Game Kingdom Hearts χ

Skuld is a Keyblade wielder who appears in Kingdom Hearts χ. She is a member of the same Union as Ephemer.[1]

Story[edit]

Kingdom Hearts χ[edit]

When Skuld introduces herself to the Player, she questions their desire to gain supremacy over the other Unions by collecting the most Lux. After she learns the Player and their Chirithy are acquainted with Ephemer, Skuld claims the mysterious Keyblade wielder appeared to her in a dream and instructed her to team up with them.

Later, Skuld and the Player discover Foreteller Aced and Foreteller Invi locked in combat. Wondering why this battle is happening, Skuld reveals that Ephemer told her in a dream the end of the World is near. Just then, several Black Costume Heartless attack and demand Lux, but they flee when a Nightmare Chirithy appears. This Chirithy asks Skuld and the Player why they hate the darkness, and at that moment, the Player's Chirithy realizes the Heartless they just encountered were once Keyblade wielders. Skuld is shocked by this revelation, and she listens as the Nightmare Chirithy reveals it is working for someone close to her and the Player before disappearing.

Design[edit]

Skuld has long black hair, pink star earrings and amber eyes. She wears a grey, zippered shirt under a black vest, and a studded belt around her black skirt. She has a red belt wrapped around her left arm, and two around her ankles. She wears black boots and knee-high stockings.

Skuld shares her name with one of the Norns in Norse mythology, specifically the one in charge of the future.

Abilities[edit]

Main article: Starlight

Skuld wields the third upgrade of the Starlight Keyblade.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. If the player is in Vulpes, Skuld is in Leopardos. If Leopardos, then Ursus. If Ursus, then Anguis. If Anguis, then Unicornis. If Unicornis, then Vulpes.