Buzzerfly

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Buzzerfly

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Type Nightmare Dream Eater
Game Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
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Battle theme - Wild Blue
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The Buzzerfly is a Dream Eater that appears in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. It acts as a minion to the Queen Buzzerfly during Riku's Dive to La Cité des Cloches and Sora's Dive to The World That Never Was. It does not have a journal entry.

Development[edit]

The Buzzerfly was originally created as a much smaller common Dream Eater before being reintroduced as a Dive Mode boss. During battle, the Buzzerfly would have sat in the eye of a needle and spun like a top.[1]

Design[edit]

The Buzzerfly is a general hybrid of a butterfly and a bee. It is shorter and stubbier than the Queen Buzzerfly, with a simplified color scheme. It is almost owl-like in appearance, with a drill-like stinger and a plump abdomen.

Hachi (?) is the Japanese word for bee.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. Kingdom Hearts 3D Ultimania: Mamoru Ohashi: "Of course, halfway through development many Dream Eaters were cut to my extreme sadness. Among them was Queen Buzzerfly, which began designed as a normal small-fry enemy and cut but made a miraculous recovery as a Dive Mode boss, which is rare to have happen. By the way, when it was small-fry it attacked by sitting in the eye of a needle and spinning like a top."