Sliding Dash

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From Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep on, Sliding Dash consists of a swift dash through the air, surrounded by rushing winds.

Sliding Dash (スライドダッシュ Suraido Dasshu?, lit. "Slide Dash") is a technique introduced in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix. It allows the user to quickly close in on a target and attack.

Mechanics[edit]

The original Sliding Dash has Sora propel himself across the ground with his Keyblade from a balancing stand turn into a sliding kick.

In Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Sliding Dash is a combat ability that costs 1 AP to equip. It activates when the user tries to attack an enemy just out of reach, whereupon the user propels himself forward with the Keyblade, then swings the Keyblade in front to strike enemies.

In Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Sliding Dash is an attack sleight. When using Sliding Dash, the user propels himself forward with the Keyblade, then swings the Keyblade in front to strike enemies. Its card combination is:

Kingdom Key (card).png + Kingdom Key (card).png + Kingdom Key (card).png (10-15)
Three attack cards of the same type.

In Kingdom Hearts II, Sliding Dash is an action ability that costs 2 AP to equip. It activates when the user tries to attack an enemy just out of reach, whereupon the user quickly slides forward before slashing at the enemy.

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Sliding Dash 3.png

In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Sliding Dash is an ability panel that can take up one or three slots. The ability can be leveled up from Sliding Dash LV1 to Sliding Dash LV2 and Sliding Dash LV3 by linking Sliding Dash LV+ Ⓛ (ダッシュアップⓁ Dasshu Appu Ⓛ?, lit. "Dash Up Ⓛ") panels. Sliding Dash activates when the user tries to attack an enemy just out of reach, whereupon the user quickly slides up to the targeted enemy and then attacks.

In Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, Sliding Dash is a Basic attack command that takes up one slot, has a maximum level of 3, has a normal reload time of 15 seconds, and fills the Command Gauge by 20%. When using Sliding Dash, the user rushes forward in a charging attack that can be used either on the ground or in the air.

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In Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, Sliding Dash is an attack command that has a memory consumption of 10% and a reload time of 15 seconds. The user charges forward with a Keyblade thrust, on the ground or in midair.

In Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Sliding Dash is an attack command that uses one slot in the Command Deck and has a reload time of 10 seconds. It grants +1 to Strength when attached to a Dream Eater recipe.

Learning Sliding Dash[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix[edit]

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories[edit]

  • Sora can learn Sliding Dash after reaching level 2.

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

  • Sora learns Sliding Dash after clearing the trap at the Village Cave.
  • Limit Form has Sliding Dash as a default ability.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

  • Terra has Sliding Dash as one of his initial commands.
  • Ventus has Sliding Dash as one of his initial commands.
  • Terra, Ventus, and Aqua can purchase Sliding Dash from the Moogle Shop for 100 munny once one world is cleared or the command has already been obtained elsewhere.
  • The Ventus D-Link has Sliding Dash in its Lv.1 and Lv.2 Command Decks.
  • The Terra D-Link has Sliding Dash in its Lv.0 and Lv.1 Command Decks.
  • The Mickey D-Link has Sliding Dash in its Lv.0, Lv.1, and Lv.2 Command Decks.
  • The Goofy D-Link has Sliding Dash in its Lv.0, Lv.1, and Lv.2 Command Decks.
  • The Peter Pan D-Link has Sliding Dash in its Lv.0, Lv.1, and Lv.2 Command Decks.

Kingdom Hearts Re:coded[edit]

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance[edit]

  • Sora and Riku have Sliding Dash as one of their initial commands.
  • Sora and Riku can purchase Sliding Dash from the Moogle Shop for 120 munny during Bargain Flurry.

Melded Commands[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Sliding Dash is used to meld the following commands:

Kingdom Hearts Re:coded[edit]

Sliding Dash is used to convert the following commands:

Drops[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Re:coded[edit]

See also[edit]