Kingdom Hearts III
Dark Riku takes the combat chip from the original Baymax and places it in the Darkubes to gather data on hearts as part of an experiment to see if a heart can be created from data. After the Heartless steal enough hearts and cause enough panic throughout San Fransokyo, Dark Riku takes the combat chip back and summons the original Baymax from the alternate dimension, placing the new data inside the empty shell. The Darkubes fuse with Baymax, creating a warped and evil version of the armor the second Baymax wears. Sora and Baymax 2.0 fight Dark Baymax until it is put under enough stress to force it into stasis mode. Hiro Hamada takes out the chip and crushes it. He later creates an identical Baymax program chip to turn the original back to normal. This Baymax is later seen as part of the team.
The armor worn by Dark Baymax is purple and fuchsia, as apposed to the red and blue armor worn by Baymax 2.0. The shoulders have spikes, while the visor has horns and purple eyepiece hiding all but the red glowing eyes of Dark Baymax. Contrary to the streamlined wings of Baymax 2.0's armor, Dark Baymax's end in ridges that resemble feathers. The most distinct difference is the large right hand made of Darkubes replacing the gauntlet Baymax lost; it periodically pulses with red energy.
Because Sora spends the entire fight in the Interceptor Wing Team Attack, he cannot use magic, Formchanges, items, or Links. However, for this fight only, Sora can use Baymax's Care Spray ability to heal.
The fight begins with an on-the-rails shooting segment. Sora and Baymax have to chase Dark Baymax through the streets, with most of the damage coming from the Shoot command. Dark Baymax will summon Darkubes throughout this segment to stall the two heroes; the transparent ones can be destroyed while the more solid ones can be repelled back at it with the Strike command.
Eventually, Sora and Baymax will corner Dark Baymax at the South District, where the real fight will begin. Dark Baymax has a myriad of attacks in this phase, being able to perform a deadly three-hit combo, rush at the duo, fire a beam of darkness, or summon Darkubes to attack. The solid Darkubes, in addition to delivering damage to Dark Baymax if parried, can also build up a special Situation Command called Sky Strike, which is identical to Interceptor Wing's finish command. It often tends to attack aggressively, so be ready to dodge if it approaches Sora and Baymax. The most important thing to note is to keep firing at Dark Baymax, dodge if necessary, and build up Sky Strike to deal damage.
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