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Blazing

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This article is about the synthesis materials. For other uses, see Blaze (disambiguation).
Blaze
"A gem shard containing essence of fire. Used for item synthesis."
"A gem containing essence of fire. Used for item synthesis."
"A mysterious stone filled with fire. Used for item synthesis."
Japanese 燃え上がる
Rōmaji Moeagaru

Item Rarity Buy Sell
Shard ★☆☆☆☆
Gem ★★☆☆☆
Blazing Stone ★★★★☆
Blazing
Blazing
Blazing
Blazing Shard KHII.png
"A gem fragment filled with fire. A very common ingredient of item synthesis."
Blazing Stone KHII.png
"A stone filled with fire. A common ingredient of item synthesis."
Blazing Gem KHII.png
"A gem abundant with fire. A rare ingredient of item synthesis."
Blazing Crystal KHII.png
"A mysterious crystal abundant with fire. A very rare ingredient of item synthesis."
Japanese 燃え上がる
Rōmaji Moeagaru

Type Red Ingredient
Item Rank Buy Sell
Shard Material Class Icon C KHII.png 100[1] Munny
Stone Material Class Icon B KHII.png 200[2] Munny
Gem Material Class Icon A KHII.png 400[3] Munny
Crystal Material Class Icon S KHII.png
Blazing
Shard
"A commonplace material used in panel synthesis. It smolders with the power of fire."
Gem
"A rare material used in panel synthesis. It sizzles with the power of fire."
Crystal
"A priceless material used in panel synthesis. It roars with the power of fire."
Japanese 燃え上がる
Rōmaji Moeagaru

Item Buy Sell
Shard 100 Munny
Gem 400 Munny
Crystal 800 Munny
Blazing
Blazing Shard KHIII.png
"A sliver of magic that is warm to the touch. (Synthesis material)"
Blazing Stone KHIII.png
"A splintered stone imbued with fire. (Synthesis material)"
Blazing Gem KHIII.png
"A fine jewel that can barely contain the blaze within it. (Synthesis material)"
Blazing Crystal KHIII.png
"A miraculous crystal formed of pure fire. (Synthesis material)"
Japanese 燃え上がる
Rōmaji Moeagaru

Item Rank Buy Sell
Shard Material Class Icon C KHIII.png 100[4] Munny
Stone Material Class Icon B KHIII.png 200[5] Munny
Gem Material Class Icon A KHIII.png 300[6] Munny
Crystal Material Class Icon S KHIII.png

Blazing, also translated as "Blaze", is a material type introduced in Kingdom Hearts. Blazing materials contain the essence of fire, and are colored red.

Design[edit]

Blazing materials are represented by bright red jewels with what seem to be tongues of flame trapped in them. They have an Elemental material structure.

A "blaze" is a fast-burning fire that produces a great deal of flame and light. This reflects the "essence of fire" the material contains, as well as the flames the material has in it.

Obtaining Blazing materials[edit]

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

Drops[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix[edit]

Drops[edit]

Treasures[edit]

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

Drops[edit]

Treasures[edit]

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days[edit]

Drops[edit]

Treasures[edit]

Rewards[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Drops[edit]

Synthesis[edit]

Blazing Crystal KHIII.png Blazing Crystal
Requires Obtain 30 different synthesis materials.
Ingredients Wellspring Crystal KHIII.png Wellspring Crystal x1
Blazing Gem KHIII.png Blazing Gem x2
Blazing Stone KHIII.png Blazing Stone x3
Blazing Shard KHIII.png Blazing Shard x5

Other methods[edit]

  • Blazing Shard: Blazing Shard x3 is one of the possible Prize Postcard rewards.
  • Blazing Stone: Blazing Stone x2 is one of the possible Prize Postcard rewards.

Synthesized items[edit]

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

In Kingdom Hearts, Blazing materials are used to synthesize the following items:

In Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Blazing materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

Blazing materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days[edit]

Blazing materials are used to synthesize the following panels:

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Blazing materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Blazing materials are used to forge the following Keychains:

  • Grand Chef Keychain KHIII.png Grand Chef LV4, 5, 7, 8, 10 (3 Blazing Stones, 3 Blazing Gems, 1 Blazing Crystal total)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ The Blazing Shard can be purchased once 30 have been deposited.
  2. ^ The Blazing Stone can be purchased once 25 have been deposited.
  3. ^ The Blazing Gem can be purchased once 20 have been deposited.
  4. ^ The Blazing Shard can be purchased once 30 have been deposited.
  5. ^ The Blazing Stone can be purchased once 25 have been deposited.
  6. ^ The Blazing Gem can be purchased once 20 have been deposited.
  7. ^ a b The White Mushroom drops a Blaze Shard if a Fire spell is the last of three different spells cast on it.
  8. ^ At Traverse Town, Bambi drops a Blaze Shard 40% of the time the second time his gauge is filled, and 60% of the time the third time his gauge is filled.
  9. ^ The White Mushroom drops a Blaze Gem 20% of the time if a Fire spell is the last of three different spells cast on it, and 60% of the time if all three are a Fire spell.
  10. ^ At Traverse Town, Bambi drops a Blaze Gem 30% of the time the third time his gauge is filled.
  11. ^ At Traverse Town, Bambi drops a Blaze Shard 20% of the time the second time and third time his gauge is filled.
  12. ^ The White Mushroom drops a Blaze Gem 10% of the time if a Fire spell is cast on it three times.
  13. ^ At Traverse Town, Bambi drops a Blaze Gem 20% of the time the third time his gauge is filled.
  14. ^ The Chimera drops a Blazing Stone 35% of the time when it is defeated, 20% of the time when 6 heads are knocked back, and 40% of the time when 9 heads are knocked back.