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Foreteller Ava

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Katakana 予知者アヴァ Other Emblem.png
Rōmaji Yochisha Ava
Alias Master Ava (マスター・アヴァ Masutā Ava?)
Voice actors (Ja:) Yume Miyamoto [1]
(En:) Isabela Moner [2]
Homeworld Daybreak Town
Game Kingdom Hearts χ
Foreteller Ava

Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ
Cunning as a fox, this fearsome foreteller boasts boosted stats all around. She also drops plentiful attack prizes, so use your special attacks to claim victory!
Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover
One of the Master's disciples who receives a copy of the Book of Prophecies.
Despite being a Keyblade Master, she is often treated as a friend by other wielders due to her age. She is the leader of the Union Vulpes.
Her role is to find exceptional Keyblade wielders regardless of Union and create her own organization.

Ava is a Keyblade Master who appears in Kingdom Hearts χ. As a Foreteller, she leads the Vulpes Union, is an apprentice of The Master of Masters, and is the founder of the Dandelions.

Story[edit]

Before Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ[edit]

Ava is given a Keyblade forged from her own heart by the Master of Masters, who takes Ava, Aced, Gula, Invi, Ira, and Luxu as his apprentices. Ava eventually achieves the rank of Keyblade Master alongside each of her fellow apprentices.

The Master of Masters bestows a copy of the Book of Prophecies upon Ava, making her a Foreteller and giving Ava leadership over what will become a Union of Keyblade wielders, Vulpes. As Ava and the other Foretellers read their copies of the Book of Prophecies, they are shocked by the final entry, which details an event known as the Keyblade War, during which light would expire and the world would reach its end.

Mysteriously, Luxu disappears, leaving the Foretellers shocked and confused by his disappearance. Shortly thereafter, the Master of Masters requests to meet with Ava alone in the Foreteller's Chamber, where he confirms that the events dictated within the final passage of the Book of Prophecies is going to happen; prompting Ava to ask if there isn't anything that they can do. This brings the Master of Masters to Ava's role, instructing her not to get involved in any battles and gather Keyblade wielders with potential, regardless of their Union, to be a part of an entirely separate organization called the Dandelions. From here, the wielders will be allowed to venture to another world in order to keep the Light alive. With such a large task, Ava questions whether or not she is truly the right person for it, but the Master of Masters assures her that she is the only one right for the role.

As Ava grows to accept this, the Master of Masters reveals that Ava must choose five members of her organization to succeed the Foretellers as Union leaders. Ava questions why they must go by Unions again after the Keyblade War, leading the Master of Masters to explain that, without Unions, people could rebel against her. As well, with everything being destroyed during the Keyblade War - including the Foretellers, it is something that Ava can keep a secret. Ava is rightfully shocked, but the Master of Masters assures her that the future does not need the memories of past tragedies, but rather providing another world new life without suffering, though Ava harbors doubts to his plan. The Master of Masters then provides Ava with a list of five names, names belonging to people she must gather as Dandelions so as to make them Union leaders when the time is right. Ava notices that one of the names on the list is circled in red and asks the Master of Masters about it. He elaborates that the circled name belongs to the only one of the five to receive a copy of the Book of Prophecies and it is integral that no one other than that person knows about the Book of Prophecies; otherwise, it could be dangerous.

Ava, alongside her fellow Foretellers, are soon introduced to a new creation of the Master of Masters's, the Chirithy, with Ava gushing over its cuteness. Though the Master of Master explains that the Spirit Chirithy are meant to aid Keyblade wielders in their endeavors, he warns that should a wielder fall to Darkness, so too will their Chirithy, causing them to transform into a Nightmare. This inspires Aced to suggest that they destroy any Nightmare Chirithy they come across; however Ava refutes such a thing as a possibility. When Gula comments on Aced's identity as the bear because of his scary demeanor, Ava suggests that perhaps Aced could simply growl at the Nightmare instead, mocking him and opening the floor to the Master of Masters, much to Aced's dismay.

Without warning, the Master of Masters fades from the world - and although the Foretellers actively seek him out, they come up with nothing. Following the Master of Masters's teachings, Ava and the other Foretellers begin recruiting Keyblade wielders to each of their Unions; utilizing the powers of their copies of the Book of Prophecies, powers from the future in the form of Medals, to aid their wielders in collecting Lux in order to maintain the balance.

Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ[edit]

This information is based on alternate scenes or materials and is only considered in continuity if the Player joins the Vulpes Union.

Having watched Player defeat countless Heartless throughout Daybreak Town, Ava approaches Player and commends his abilities. However, Ava offers some words of wisdom in regard to defeating larger Heartless, suggesting that Player combine his strength with fellow Union members and making his friends his power; leaving Player to defeat a Darkside alongside other members of the Vulpes Union. After the Darkside is defeated, Ava reappears, warning Player that there are others who collect Light, but that not all among them share the same goal of bringing peace to the world; though Ava leaves it up to Player to discern who walks the path of Darkness; leaving shortly thereafter.

The Foretellers take notice of the Keyblade wielders utilizing Bangles that, when equipped, provide the power to collect dark energy, ultimately settling on the fact that their wielder's utilizing the Bangles was okay.

Ira calls a meeting among the Foretellers in the Foreteller's Chamber, where he announces that there is a traitor among them. Shocked, Invi asks what proof Ira has to make such accusations, prompting Ira to reveal a Chirithy that he caught snooping around. As Ava notes the dark pattern of the Chirithy, Invi suggests that the Chirithy before them could be a Nightmare. Aced immediately denies that he is the traitor, prompting Gula to suggest an easy solution: have each of the Foretellers summon their Spirits. Even so, Invi tells Gula that it's not that easy, because of the amount of wielders under each Union, it would be easy for any of them to summon a Chirithy that isn't a Nightmare. Piping up, Ava questions why the Nightmare even necessarily has to belong to one of the Foretellers. Ira brushes this off as unlikely, reminding everyone of the Bangles - and while the Foretellers don't tend to concern themselves with the tools at their wielders' disposal, Ira is of the mind that the Bangles are the Nightmare's doing. When Ava questions this, Ira explains that utilizing the dark energy collected by the Bangles is the same as wielding the power of Darkness. Commending the plot, Gula elaborates that because all Chirithy look the same and Keyblade wielders are in such high quantity, it'd be impossible to discern who the Nightmare belongs to. As the Foretellers look to Ira for guidance, he suggests that only one of them could have obtained the Bangles, meaning that the traitor has to be one of the Foretellers. Questioning Ira's leadership as he spreads doubt, Aced storms off on his own, adjuring the meeting.

This information is based on alternate scenes or materials and is only considered in continuity if Player joins the Vulpes Union.

When Neoshadows appear in Daybreak Town, Player joins three other Keyblade wielders in their efforts to quash the Darkness being spread by the new species of Heartless; however in the end Player is the only one to survive. After Chirithy witnesses another of his kind fade, Ava appears to speak with him; revealing that while the Keyblade wielders are gathering Lux at an amazing rate, the Darkness is spreading even faster. With this, Chirithy asks if that means that there really is a traitor among them - to which Ava states that she's not willing to believe that yet.

One night, Player is shown a dream by Chirithy, in which Ava meets with the Master of Masters in the Foreteller's Chamber alongside Aced, Gula, Invi and Ira - though Nightmare Chirithy quickly puts a stop to this dream.

A few days later, Aced asks Ava and Gula to meet with him, where he voices his frustration against Ira. When Aced asks his fellow Foretellers' opinions on what Ira had said, Gula admits that he doesn't believe it and that Ira's argument had no merit. Ultimately it was just as Invi had said, Ira was making assumptions because of the severity of the situation without any evidence to tie his claims to anyone, let alone tie them to one of the Foretellers. Ava suggests that there may be something Ira hasn't told them, which aggravates Aced further as he believes that as his comrades Ira should trust in them. Mentioning that he doesn't see the Foretellers as comrades, Gula grows impatient as asks what Aced brought him and Ava there to discuss. Coming clean, Aced reveals that he wants the three of them to form an alliance - however Ava reminds him that alliances are forbidden. Having expected this, Gula asks if Aced intends on joining forces in order to confront Ira. Aced admits that such a thing would be pointless - and while he knows that Darkness is at work, Ira is only concerned about identifying the traitor rather than fighting it; thus this is what Aced wants to do. Tempted, Gula agrees to join Aced's alliance, but specifies that it is only between them for the time being, as he doesn't want to involve the members of the Leopardus Union. Ava is shocked by Gula's decision and opts to follow the Master of Master's teaching instead. With this, Gula asks if Ira and Invi know about what Aced is planning. Aced admits that he couldn't tell Ira for obvious reasons, but that he had invited Invi to join them. With that, Invi arrives, and Aced extends his offer of alliance to her as well; however, Invi sees this as a defiant act in pursuit of power, suggesting that Aced has been tainted by darkness. Conversely, Aced suggests that it is Invi who's been tainted by Darkness, as she reports their actions back to Ira and could for all they know be conspiring with Ira behind their backs. With this, Ava parts ways with her fellow Foretellers.

Mulling over all that has transpired, Ava sits alone in the Fountain Square, where she is soon joined by a wielder named Ephemer, who asks if something had happened because of Ava's stressed demeanor. Though Ava remains vague, she reminds Ephemer of what he'd asked her before - about why the Unions compete rather than working together and admits that she's always wondered the same thing. Confused, Ephemer voices how he'd thought that it was simply because the Master of Masters had said so. Ava confirms this, but explains that she's started to question things. Bringing up how Ephemer wanted answers in order to solve the mysteries of the world - Ava reveals that she thinks that people questioning things and thinking for themselves is the way things should be. Shocked, Ephemer notes how Ava really isn't acting like herself and suggests that talking about the Book of Prophecies might cheer her up. Though Ava denies Ephemer - he claims that he had been joking, but either way Ava establishes that it'd be best if the Unions could work together and be friends. Ephemer then mentions how he'd met someone from another Union earlier and that he was going to meet them again the next day. Admitting that it sounded like fun, Ava suggests that Ephemer head back home and get some rest in preparation. Before leaving, Ephemer asks that, while he doesn't know what's gotten Ava so down, she cheer up - which makes Ava smile. Alone, Ava thanks Ephemer and states that, should the worst happen, she'll be glad to leave the world to the kids who see the world the way Ephemer does.

That night, Ava encounters Ephemer outside the entrance to the Foreteller's Chamber. From here, Ava and Ephemer go to a more private setting on the Outskirts, where Ava indicates that she intends on choosing five people from the Dandelions - including Ephemer - to act as leaders of the Unions in the Foreteller's stead following the Keyblade War. This appears to make Ephemer feel uneasy - prompting Ava to ask if he feels alright with being a leader. Ephemer tells Ava that he can't handle becoming a Union Leader all of a sudden, claiming that all this talk of destruction is a pretty bad joke. Even so, Ava stresses that they do not have time for this, from now on everything depends on them, because if someone doesn't gather Lux, Light will expire. Ava implores Ephemer to rise up to the challenge alongside his fellow Union Leaders so that they can lead each of the Unions and show everyone the way; asking if having four more wielders by his side wouldn't make it easier for Ephemer. As Ephemer accepts this, Ava provides Ephemer with a book of rules that he must abide to. Thinking of what has transpired, Ephemer mentions that even though they've been talking for a while, he still doesn't buy all that Ava has said about the end of the world and the Union Leaders. However, Ava instructs Ephemer to do as she says regardless, which Ephemer agrees to do. Ava explains that what she's asking of Ephemer will help to prepare him for the other worlds, revealing that soon all the Dandelions will follow. Furthermore, they will experience the same events in the new world that they have already experienced, only without the future of destruction. Ephemer compares this to an overwrite - with Ava adding that the Union Leaders must erase the memories of the destruction from the minds of their fellow Dandelions, while also avoiding any possible connections between the two worlds. When Ephemer asks if this means that, to the Dandelions, it will be as if the end of the world never happened, which Ava confirms - insisting that there is no need for such tragic memories. Thus, the truth about the Keyblade War must be kept a secret among the new Union Leaders; asking that they work with the Chirithy in order to make this happen. Ephemer questions if it wouldn't be better to move forward with the memories of the tragedy within their Hearts. Ava anticipates that Ephemer would say this, asking if he will feel the same way when the Keyblade War is finally upon them. Ava then sends Ephemer to another realm in preparation for what is to come - instructing him to meet the other Union Leaders in the Keyblade Graveyard following the Keyblade War.

A few days later, Ava finds Player and Chirithy at the entrance to the Foreteller's Chamber as well, asking them who they were and why they were there. Rather than answer Ava, Player asks if she knows Ephemer - which she confirms, further pressing her questions. Player reveals that he'd sought her out because of the rumors surrounding Ava about her gathering Keyblade wielders with potential. Furthermore, Player elaborates on a dream he'd had in which Ephemer told them that he was waiting. Reviewing the information, Ava reminds Player that the Foreteller's Chamber was still a restricted area. Player then voices how he were worried that Ephemer may have gotten caught up in the issues that the Foreteller's had been experiencing lately. Ava surmises that Player thought Ava may have had something to do with Ephemer's disappearance, given how they had been seen together rather recently. Admitting that she likes Player for his honesty, and that they are not too far off base - though she cannot divulge much more for the time being - Ava summons her Keyblade against Player in order to test their strength. After a quick battle, Player falls to the ground, and Ava states that she sees a lot of potential in him. However, Ava can also see the sadness in Player's heart, revealing that hanging on to such things leads to the path of Darkness and that Player must find a way to let it go; though she's convinced they can do it with Chirithy's help. Afterwards, Ava sends Player and Chirithy on their way, realizing after their battle that Player is the one who Ephemer had mentioned before.

After Player has returned home to rest, Chirithy mentions how action-packed their day was, stating that Player likely never thought they'd end up battling a Foreteller. Ava reveals herself to have been in the room, apologizing and admitting that it wasn't fun for her either. Surprised, Chirithy asks what Ava is doing there, though Ava simply asks if Chirithy had been the one to show Player the dream about Ephemer. When Chirithy denies this, Ava remarks on how it may have been Ephemer himself; confusing Chirithy. Ava explains that Ephemer is getting very lose to the truth, having fallen into an unchained state and finding himself in a different realm - where she believes Ephemer is trying to reach out to Player. If Player is connected to Ephemer - even by a dream - then it means that Player is getting closer to that realm as well - though whether or not he goes down that path is up to their heart. Ava asks that Chirithy protect Player from Nightmares, so that the wind may carry him far away from there, before taking her leave.

This information is based on alternate scenes or materials and is only considered in continuity if Player joins the Vulpes Union.

Following the Dark Corridor Trials, Chirithy ventures to the Foreteller's Chamber to report to Ava. Ava is happy to hear that Player has made such progress, but Chirithy asks if it wasn't a little too early to send Player on such a mission. Ava laments that she has no choice but to hasten Player's training, as he must strengthen their resistance to Darkness as quickly as possible. When Chirithy asks why, Ava reports that the Darkness draws near, and that they will require as many warriors as they can get on the side of Light; which Chirithy shakily accepts.

More than a year after the disappearance of the Master of Masters, Ava receives word from her Chirithy that Aced and Invi have been sighted battling each other throughout Daybreak Town. Hurrying to the scene, Gula calls Ava over to where Aced and Invi stand with their Keyblades raised against one another. Ava ask what's going on, only for Invi to claim that she'd regrettably discovered who the traitor is. Although Ava does not want to believe that this is true, Gula summons his Keyblade and encourages Ava to do the same. Reluctantly, Ava does as directed, standing with Invi and Gula against Aced. With strong belief in his own goals, Aced is not deterred and plunges into battle against those who he once called his comrades; eventually escaping the battle within an inch of his life.

This information is based on alternate scenes or materials and is only considered in continuity if Player joins the Unicornis or Vulpes Union.

Player eventually returns to the entrance to the Foreteller's Chamber after encountering another wielder named Skuld, who also has ties to Ephemer. Upon finally entering the Foreteller's Chamber, Player, Chirithy, and Skuld find nothing - disappointing Skuld - only to be caught in the act by Ira. Skuld apologizes, explaining that they're looking for someone. Angry, Ira voices his disappointment in Chirithy; as he knew that the Foreteller's Chamber was off-limits. Ira admits that he'd caught another wielder in the Foreteller's Chamber several days before, asking if he was a friend of the groups. Player confirms this, and Skuld asks if Ira had talked to Ephemer. Ira then confirms this, but explains that Ephemer's Union collects Lux for a reason that contradicts their own, and that Ephemer had only gotten close to them in order to get information; however he is no longer a threat. As the group realize that Ira had eliminated Ephemer, Ira asks what they intend to do - though Chirithy assures Ira that they will do nothing; taking full responsibility for everything. Stepping forward, Player tells Ira that the whole thing was his idea, and that they'd wanted to find Ephemer because, up until meeting him, Player had only ever done what was asked of him without question. Ephemer had left a lasting impression on Player - and even though he broke one of their promises, Player knew they were still friends. However, Ira had taken Ephemer away from him, and it stirred negative emotions within him - though he did not care if that meant they had Darkness in his heart, because he couldn't let Ira get away with what he'd done. Raising his Keyblade against Ira, Player couldn't care less about the consequences because in his heart he knew Ephemer would've done the same. Player and Master Ira battle each other ferociously – with Ira ultimately emerging victorious. As Player is cast to the ground, the façade of the Foreteller’s Chamber fades away and the group find themselves in the sewers yet again.

Ava reveals herself and quickly heals Player - thanking Player and Skuld for showing her the strength of their hearts. Revealing that she had created the projections of Ira and the Foreteller's Chamber in order to do so, Ava hopes that Skuld and Player can forgive her for her deception. When Skuld asks why Ava had tested them - Ava explains that it is as Ephemer had told her in her dream - the world will soon end; revealing her role to gather Keyblade wielders with potential to preserve the Light in the process. Taking in the information provided, Skuld asks what happened to Ephemer - and so Ava explains that she has to be present during the events of the Keyblade War, and that she'd chosen Ephemer to lead her Dandelions in her stead; choosing Ephemer because he started to question things and sought out the truth because he knew there was a truth to be found. Confirming that Ephemer is all right, having accepted his role and is now lying in wait, Ava reveals that the world is not - as a wielder has been corrupted by the Darkness. Wanting the world to one day be filled with Light, Ava chooses only wielders with a strong resistance to Darkness to become Dandelions, then asking Player and Skuld to join as well. Skuld immediately agrees, but Player is wary given his concern for those not chosen to become Dandelions. Ava encourages Player to do as his heart desires, but asks that Player and Skuld keep all of this to themselves due to the sensitivity that comes with the topic of the future.

Soon, Ava finds Aced and Gula alone together, with Aced having viciously attacked Gula to the point of collapse. Just as Aced raises his Keyblade to finish Gula off, Ava dives in front of Gula, begging Aced to stop. Not wanting to hurt Ava, Aced withdraws in disbelief that Ava was against him as well - hobbling off on his own while Ava helps Gula to his feet; questioning why it had to come to this.

Ava takes Gula into hiding, knowing that Ira is searching for him; with the only one knowing of their location being Invi. However, Invi tells Ira Gula's location - prompting him to confront Ava a few days later. While Ava is tending to Gula, her Chirithy runs in to inform her that someone is coming. Ava leaves Gula in her Chirithy's care, while she goes to intercept the visitor. Worried that Ira intended to do something awful, Ava remains firm - which Ira accepts - turning and leaving calmly. Returning to Gula's side, Ava finds him stumbling as he tries to sit up. Gula asks if something had happened, with Ava informing him that Ira had come and that he'd wanted her to give him up. Gula mentions that he knew it would come to this, confusing Ava, though he explains that everyone wants to know about the Lost Page. Gula elaborates the contents of the lost page - revealing that it talks about an inevitable betrayal and "the one who bears the sigil" - though Gula himself doesn't know what to make of it. Gula admits that he's meant to find the traitor and that he'd suspected Aced, though his attempted confrontation went poorly. This causes Ava to ask why Gula is telling her all of this when she has enough to concern herself with given the Master of Master's training and her own role. Gula commends Ava for always walking the straight and narrow, calling himself a fool for basing his actions on the Lost Page. Determined to find out what the Lost Page means, Gula declares that he intends on summoning Kingdom Hearts - despite doing so being forbidden - in order to force the Master of Masters' return. Gula argues that if nothing changes the entire world is doomed, however he needs Lux in order to follow through with his plans; asking Ava to help him. Ava, however, turns him down - reasoning that summoning Kingdom Hearts is forbidden for a reason. Accepting this, Gula goes off on his own.

Ava later confronts Invi - knowing that it had to be her that told Ira where she and Gula were hiding; asking if Invi had not considered that her actions were actually making things worse that they already are. Invi asks why that should bother Ava, given that she has her own Union and the finest Keyblade wielders from other Unions at her disposal, training them in a secret location. Ava then reveals that this is because that is her role. As Invi had not known, she apologizes to Ava and instead asks what Ira wanted - though Ava truly has no idea, as Ira had just ordered her to give up Gula. With this, Invi asks how Gula is doing - though Ava informs Invi that she's unsure - as Gula is gone, on a mission to collect Lux. This makes sense to Invi, as it explains why Aced and Ira are doing the same - being that they are trying to maintain the balance. However, Invi notes that it wasn't the balance they were expected to keep, because if everyone is collecting Light for themselves then Keyblade wielders would ultimately turn on one another; leading to the Keyblade War. Ava questions what Invi is going to do, with Invi coming to decide that she will collect Lux to in order to maintain the balance no matter what. Invi also suggests that Ava do the same, as they must do whatever they can to delay the Keyblade War for as long as possible.

Given the situation, Ava gathers the Dandelions in Fountain Square in order to relay a message to all of them, explaining that they'd been called to continue with their training for the mission; stressing that in a world made of dreams, they are the hope. Informing the Dandelions that a war is approaching in which Keyblade wielders will turn on each other for the sake of loyalty to their own Unions. While Ava voices her doubt in how far she can guide the Dandelions, they must keep in mind that anyone can fall to Darkness. Ava mentions that the war will see no winners and that everything will be lost - except the Dandelions, who she directs to avoid the battle and fly away to the world outside. With that, Ava tells her Dandelions that the future and the world's Light is in their hands.

Kingdom Hearts χ[edit]

As the Keyblade War approaches, Ava takes to mind that the only one capable of stopping the event is the Master of Masters and seeks out Luxu to find the Master of Master's whereabouts. Thus, Ava disappears, leaving on her own mission to find Luxu in a last ditch effort to avert the Keyblade War.

Eventually, Ava manages to find Luxu and asks him what he's been doing all this time. Luxu simplly claims to have been watching, as it is his duty, which confuses Ava. When Ava asks for clarification, Luxu explains that, unlike the Foretellers, he is meant to continue on into the future written in the Book of Prophecies, seeing through the end of the world. Luxu surmises that Ava wants to avoid the Keyblade War and that she'd sought him out in order to ask about the Master of Masters, but Luxu calls this useless, as the world is beginning to end. Ava questions what Luxu knows, prompting Luxu to address the mystery that is the Lost Page, which he tells Ava is a prophecy that the Foretellers don't know, the Master of Master's role. This makes Ava wonder if everything that has transpired has been of the will of the Master of Masters. Luxu describes his mission as inheriting said secrets, which is why he must pass on through the world just as the Lost Page dictates, and reveals the Master or Master's role to not be to act for the world's fate, but to act and watch Luxu carry out his role.

Bewildered, Ava frantically questions what is written on the Lost Page, and if Luxu is behind all of this or if he is the traitor. Luxu summons his Keyblade and affirms that he is the traitor to Ava, asking her if she can accept it as the truth. Ava stands in disbelief, absorbing what she's just heard, with Luxu adding that it is why she will listen to destiny, and her only option is to fight. Ultimately, Luxu mentions that even if there was another answer, that would still be the result of the battle, and questions if the Master of Masters would rather know how he will be guided by the key than the future of the world. Ava refuses to believe that the Master of Masters would choose them over the world, believing Luxu to be taking his advantage of the Master of Master's will. Drawing her Keyblade, Ava attacks Luxu, and the clashing of their Keyblades sends a ripple effect throughout Daybreak Town, which tolls the bell that signifies the beginning of the end.

This information is based on alternate scenes or materials and is only considered in continuity if Player joins any Union that is not Vulpes.

As Player dreams of the Keyblade War, they encounter Ava after having potentially fought Aced, Invi, Gula and Ira. Ava recognizes Player, who explains that he was looking for Ava and voices his confusion as to why Ava was taking part in the battle. Instead of answering Player, Ava begrudgingly raises her Keyblade against Player, ordering him to prepare himself and causing Player to question what had happened. In another ferocious battle, Player crosses Keyblades with Ava. Afterwards, worn from the fight, Player asks Ava to explain her actions, but Ava tells Player that there are simply some secrets that he must never know. Ava tells the Player he must leave with the Dandelions before she departs to continue her fated role as a component of the Keyblade War.

Appearance[edit]

Ava is a girl who hides her face under a white fox mask that has a blue trim. Her pink, hooded cloak is decorated with light green tassels and covers a white robe, light purple shirt, and light purple sash.

Personality[edit]

Ava is a kind-hearted individual whose youth enables her to befriend the members of her Union.

Abilities[edit]

Main article: Ava's Keyblade

Etymology[edit]

Ava's name is derived from the word avaritia, which means "greed" in Latin and is represented by a fox in the Ancrene Wisse.

Notes and references[edit]


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