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Named Dream Eaters[edit]

This is the list of Dream Eaters whose names have been confirmed. Images are included when available.

This information is from:

  • The 2011 TGS promotional material
  • Famitsu from the week of 9/18/2011
  • Famitsu from the week of 11/20 (F1199, I think?)[1]
  • V Jump (?) from week of 12/14[2][3]
  • Famitsu from January 5, 2012[4]

Update this line as more information is released, then delete once the game is out.

Spirits[edit]

Rare Spirits[edit]

Nightmare Bosses[edit]

Comment
How frequently did previous enemies get new names in translation?

Dual Links[edit]

  • Comet (コメット): Kaeru Chef + Yagi Horn
  • Union Rush (ユニオンラッシュ): Kooma Panda + Pricklemane/Kooma Panda + Handsome Pegasus

Handsome Pegasus + Denden Cargo

  • Wonder Jamboree (ワンダージャンボリー): Wandanyan

Other techniques[edit]

  • Last Arcanum (Wandanyan + Koumori Bat)
  • Final Break (Kooma Panda + Pricklemane?)
  • Ice Breaker (Handsome Pegasus)
  • Thoroughbred Ride (Handsome Pegasus)

Other items[edit]

Training Toys (トレーニングトイ)
  • Water Barrel (ウォーターバレル)
  • Treasure Goggle (トレジャーゴーグル)
Flick Rush (フリックラッシュ)
  • Panda Punch (パンダパンチ)
  • Kuma Tackle (クマタックル)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://hokanko-alt.ldblog.jp/archives/67092950.html
  2. ^ http://hokanko-alt.ldblog.jp/archives/67162449.html
  3. ^ http://www.ff-reunion.net/kh/2011/12/14/kh3d_the-three-musketeers_and_the-world-ends-with-you_new_character
  4. ^ http://kh13.com/zenphoto/articles/famitsu-weekly/january-5-2012/
  5. ^ The Dream Eater represents a "Tyrannosaurus rex", i.e., "Tyrant Lizard King".
  6. ^ "Denden" is short for "Snail" (でんでん虫 Denden-mushi?); "Cargot" is short for "Escargot" (Fra: "Snail").
  7. ^ Sansho is short for "Salamander" (山椒魚 Sanshouuo?).
  8. ^ Poss. pun on how "torpedo" is written and pronounced "fish lightning".
  9. ^ Also a pun on "Flower" ( Hana?).
  10. ^ Poss. pun on how "Hasami" can also be "Pincers" (螯); "Kuwagata" is short for "Stag Beetle" (鍬形虫 Kuwagata-mushi?).
  11. ^ Poss. pun on "Talking flower"
  12. ^ The seahorse is named "Tatsu no Otoshigo" in Japan; lit. "Dragon's Bastard".
  13. ^ "Piero" is derived from "Pierrot" (Fra: "Clown").
  14. ^ The seahorse is named "Tatsu no Otoshigo" in Japan; lit. "Dragon's Bastard".
  15. ^ "Kabuto" is short for "Rhinoceros Beetle" (甲虫 Kabuto-mushi?).
  16. ^ The Dream Eater represents a "Triceratops" i.e., "Three horned Face".
  17. ^ Also a pun on "Wonder Meow"; The Dream Eater represents a fusion of a cat and dog
  18. ^ Poss. pun on "Wallflower"
  19. ^ Also a pun on how its horns are musical horns.
  20. ^ The Dream Eater represents a fruit-based Neko Cat.
  21. ^ The Dream Eater represents a King Mickey-based Wandanyan.
  22. ^ The Dream Eater represents a Great Kinoshita Circus-based Kooma Panda.
  23. ^ The Dream Eater represents a Neku-based Hebi Tokage.
  24. ^ The Dream Eater represents a ???-based Tsuno Kabuto; "Kabuto" is short for "Rhinoceros Beetle" (甲虫 Kabuto-mushi?).
  25. ^ The Dream Eater represents a French vacation-based Ashika Juggler.
  26. ^ "Ikage" is short for "Squid tentacles" (烏賊下足 Ikageso?).