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Enchanted Brooms

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This article is about the animated brooms. For other uses, see Broom (disambiguation).
Enchanted Brooms

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Japanese ほうきの召使い
Rōmaji Hōki no Meshitsukai
Translation Broom Servants
Other names Brooms
Magic Brooms

Type Construct
Homeworld Symphony of Sorcery
Disney Castle
Disney Town
Origin The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Games Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts II
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
Enchanted Brooms

Kingdom Hearts
Enchanted brooms with a life of their own. They tidy up, maintain the gummi ship, do house repairs, wait on others—just about anything useful.

They swept onto the screen in "Fantasia" (1940).
Kingdom Hearts II
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)

King Mickey cast a spell on these brooms and turned them into hard workers. They clean and help maintain the Gummi Ship, and do just about any other necessary work.
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)

Wondrous broom that can move about because the King out a spell on them.

Normally they work to keep the castle tidy, but are called upon as guards when the need arises.
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
"The Sorcerer's Apprentice" (1940)

Brooms brought to life by magic.
Mickey created them to fetch water so he wouldn't have to.
Kingdom Hearts Union χ
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)
King Mickey cast a spell on these brooms and turned them into hard workers.

The Enchanted Brooms are magical constructs introduced in Kingdom Hearts. Originally created by Mickey when he was apprenticed to Yen Sid, the brooms survived as his servants when he returned to Disney Castle.


Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

When Pete disrupts the Million Dreams Award ceremony, Queen Minnie banishes him to another dimension, summoning the brooms to take him away.

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

Donald passes a line of marching Brooms as he is walking to the Audience Chamber to see Mickey. Also, following Ansem's defeat, more marching Brooms are seen outside of Disney Castle.

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

A group of Brooms are marching out of the Library as Chip and Dale run in to tell Minnie about the Hall of the Cornerstone.

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance[edit]

Prior to Sora's and Riku's arrival in their respective sides of the Symphony of Sorcery, an exhausted Mickey cast magic on the brooms to shirk on his chores and take a nap. However, Mickey awoke to find that the brooms were flooding the room, prompting him to stop with magic while accidentally summoning a Spellican in the process.


The brooms are besom brooms with brown handles and yellow bristles. They have been animated by magic, and have sprouted thin, brown arms and four-fingered hands as a result. Their bristles are their "legs". The brooms are constantly seen carrying one brown bucket of water in each hand. Each bucket has a silver handle and two silver hoops around them.


The brooms debuted in Fantasia, during the segment The Sorcerer's Apprentice. Tired of carrying buckets of water upstairs, Mickey Mouse cast a spell on a broom to make it do his job. As the broom gathered the water, Mickey fell asleep. When he woke up, the room was overflowing with water. Mickey, unsure how to stop it, grabbed an axe and chopped the broom into pieces. However, the broom pieces all turned into more brooms and continued with the job, nearly drowning Mickey as a result. They were finally stopped by Yen Sid, who then became furious with Mickey for not doing his job.