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TALK — I work alone! Except when I work with Xion...which is all the time.
— 04:19, 8 March 2012 (UTC)
 
Our BBS journal entries are not complete, because apparently, at least in some cases, Terra, Ven, and Aqua have different entires for the same character. So here we're putting all the entries, for everyone, so we can sort them out.

Terra[edit]

Main Characters[edit]

Terra

A young man in training to become a Keyblade Master. He and his fellow pupils Aqua and Ventus share a healthy rivalry and strong bond of friendship.

Though he is aware of the darkness in his heart, Terra refuses to accept it—and Master Xehanort's suggestions that it might be controlled have only deepened his quandary.

Ventus

One of Master Eraqus's pupils. He usually goes by "Ven" for short. He and Terra and Aqua train together, sharing both a healthy rivalry and a strong bond of friendship.

Since Ventus is younger, Terra and Aqua tend to be very protective of him.

Aqua

The only one of Master Eraqus's pupils to have been recognized as a true Keyblade Master. A healthy rivalry and close friendship bind her and her training mates Terra and Ven together.

Master Eraqus

One of the true Keyblade Masters, and also Terra, Aqua, and Ventus's teacher. He has a strong aversion to darkness, and believes it the duty of every Keyblade Master to rid the world of it.

Though strict on the outside, he is not unkind, and loves his pupils like his own children.

Master Xehanort

One of the true Keyblade Masters, and a longtime acquaintance of Master Eraqus. He is connected with the masked boy, and harbors a hidden agenda.

Unlike Master Eraqus, Xehanort believes darkness need not be rejected if it can be controlled.

Yen Sid

The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)

A great sorcerer who dwells within the Mysterious Tower. Mickey is his apprentice.

Yen Sid was the first to detect something amiss with the worlds, and alerted Master Eraqus as soon as he could.

King Mickey

Steamboat Willie (1928)

King of Disney Castle. He put aside his training under Yen Sid and ran off when he heard the worlds were in trouble.

The Masked Boy

A mysterious figure with ties to Master Xehanort.

Vanitas

A mysterious boy who hides his face behind a mask. He has ties to Master Xehanort.

Braig

A mysterious man who is up to something behind the scenes.

He and Master Xehanort have an understanding; Braig staged the Master's kidnapping to draw the darkness out of Terra, but that same darkness left Braig scarred.

Castle of Dreams[edit]

Cinderella

Cinderella (1950)

A young lady who believes dreams can come true.

Cinderella was devastated when Lady Tremaine and her daughters tore apart her dress for the ball, but was soon visited by her Fairy Godmother, who used magic to provide her a coach and a new dress.

She caught Prince Charming's eye at the ball, but had to flee the palace at the stroke of twelve, before the magic wore off.

When brought together, seven hearts of pure light like Cinderella's are the key to ruling all worlds.

Prince Charming

Cinderella (1950)

The prince of this kingdom, who fell in love with a girl he met at the ball.

The Fairy Godmother

Cinderella (1950)

A kindhearted fairy who appears only to those who believe in their dreams.

When Cinderella's dress for the ball was ruined, the Fairy Godmother used magic to give her a new dress and a coach.

Lady Tremaine

Cinderella (1950)

Cinderella's wicked stepmother, who forces her to live in the attic and finish unreasonable amounts of chores each day.

She herself lives in luxury and spoils her own daughters, Drizella and Anastasia, rotten.

Anastasia

Cinderella (1950)

Lady Tremaine's daughter. She and her older sister Drizella bully Cinderella around.

She takes pride in her skill as a flautist, despite not actually having any.

Drizella

Cinderella (1950)

Lady Tremaine's daughter. She and her younger sister Anastasia subject Cinderella to constant bullying.

Her costly voice lessons do not seem to be doing much good.

The Grand Duke

Cinderella (1950)

A man who, at the king's insistence, is trying to help Prince Charming find a bride. While fiercely loyal, he tends to be a bit scatterbrained.

Dwarf Woodlands[edit]

Snow White

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A lovely young maiden with a kind heart. So beautiful was Snow White that the Queen grew jealous and sought to end her life.

When brought together, seven hearts of pure light like Snow White's are the key to ruling all worlds.

The Queen

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A vain woman who is convinced she is fairest of all. When the Spirit of the Magic Mirror revealed Snow White to be fairer, the Queen decided to take the maiden's life.

Spirit of the Magic Mirror

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A spirit who appears within the magic mirror at the queen's behest and answers all questions with the truth.

Enchanted Dominion[edit]

Princess Aurora

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

A princess who was cursed at birth by Maleficent. To keep her safe, three good fairies hid her in the forest and gave her a new name: Briar Rose.

On her sixteenth birthday, she learned of her origins and returned to the castle, but true to Maleficent's curse, she fell into eternal slumber.

When brought together, seven hearts of pure light like Aurora's are the key to ruling all worlds.

Maleficent

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

A terrifying evil fairy with a command of dark magic.

She attended the celebration of Aurora's birth, despite not being invited, and prophesied that 16 years later, Aurora would prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die.

From Master Xehanort she learned about the existence of other worlds, and that she could rule them all by gathering seven hearts of pure light.

Radiant Garden[edit]

Merlin

The Sword in the Stone (1963)

A great wizard who travels the world with a mysterious bag. He is holding on to a curious book which Terra found.

Disney Town[edit]

Queen Minnie

Mickey's Surprise Party (1939) Queen of Disney Castle, who reigns over the kingdom while King Mickey is away training.

Right now she is busy putting together the annual Disney Town Dream Festival, but Pete's hijinks aren't making the job any easier.

Chip

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. He and his younger brother Dale put a lot of work into building a racetrack for the whole town to enjoy, and now the Unversed and Pete's antics are ruining all the fun. Chip is none too pleased.

Dale

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. He and his older brother Chip just got through building a racetrack for everyone to enjoy. But now, the Unversed and Pete are messing everything up, and it's really rattling Dale's cage.

Huey

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He calls the shots at the ice cream shop he runs with Dewey and Louie.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure. Step one: thinking up hit ice cream flavors no one's ever tasted before!

Dewey

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He runs an ice cream shop with Huey and Louie.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure. It was Dewey's idea to combine rhythm and ice cream to attract customers.

Louie

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He helps out in his own easygoing way at the ice cream shop.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure.

Horace Horsecollar

The Plowboy (1929)

The fellow in charge of Fruitball. His job has gotten a lot harder since the Unversed showed up.

He was a local fixture before Disney Castle was even built, and has known King Mickey and Queen Minnie for ages.

Captain Dark

A "secret" identity assumed by Pete, Disney Town's biggest troublemaker. He is pretending to be a shadowy hero to garner votes and win the Million Dreams Award prize.

Unfortunately, he's more shady than shadowy, and there's nothing heroic about him.

Pluto

The Chain Gang (1930)

King Mickey's trusty dog. While the King is away, Pluto helps Queen Minnie and Daisy hold down the fort... Well, at least he thinks he's helping.

Olympus Coliseum[edit]

Hercules

Hercules (1997)

A boy with tremendous strength who goes by "Herc" for short.

He was born a god, but someone kidnapped him when he was a baby, and ever since he has lived down on earth as a mortal.

After learning he can rejoin the gods on Olympus if he become a true hero, he asked Phil to train him, and has been hard at work ever since.

Philoctetes

Hercules (1997)

A renowned trainer of heroes who has whipped countless hopefuls into shape.

For a while, he had written off the whole hero business, but Hercules talked him out of retirement.

Hades

Hercules (1997)

God of the Underworld. He is scheming to overthrow Zeus, ruler of Olympus, and take over the world.

Hades would like nothing better than to find a powerful mortal he can fast-talk into helping him achieve his ambitions.

Zack

Crisis Core - Final Fantasy VII -

A boy who longs to become a hero. Hades manipulated him and turned him into a warrior of darkness, but Zack's heart was freed when Terra defeated him.

Deep Space[edit]

Experiment 626 (Stitch)

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

An alien created through illegal genetic experimentation by the self-proclaimed "evil genius" Dr. Jumba.

Despite being programmed to have only destructive instincts, his encounter with Terra seems to have sparked an interest in friendship.

Dr. Jumba Jookiba

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

A self-proclaimed "evil genius." He was imprisoned for using illegal genetic experimentation to make the mightiest creature in the galaxy: Experiment 626, whose only instinct is to destroy everything he touches.

He keeps his other creations besides 626 close at hand, in pod form.

The Grand Councilwoman

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

Leader of the United Galactic Federation which oversees the universe. She rules firmly, but fairly and with an open mind.

Experiment 221 (Sparky)

Stitch! The Movie (2003)

An alien created by Dr. Jumba through genetic experimentation. His body stores an electric charge which he can use to shocking effect when threatened.

Usually, 221 stays in pod form, and only emerges when hydrated.

Captain Gantu

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

A captain in the Galactic Federation's army. He takes his responsibilities seriously, but his hotheaded attitude results in frequent failures.

Destiny Islands[edit]

Sora

A cheerful, energetic little boy. He and his friend Riku always play together out on the island.

Riku

A little boy who yearns to see the outside world. Terra chose him to inherit the power of the Keyblade.

Riku deeply cares for his friend Sora, and believes the strength he needs to protect people awaits him somewhere in the wider world.

Never Land[edit]

Peter Pan

Peter Pan (1953)

A boy from Never Land, where no one ever has to grow up. Peter may hatch plans faster than he can stick to them, but he lacks nothing for courage and a sense of what's right.

Captain Hook tricked Terra into fighting him, but the misunderstanding was soon cleared up, and Peter flew off to save Tinker Bell.

Tinker Bell

Peter Pan (1953)

A pixie who lives in Never Land. Terra saved her from the clutches of Captain Hook.

Slightly

Peter Pan (1953)

One of the Lost Boys who live in Peter Pan's hideout.

He, Peter, and Cubby were hoping to swipe Captain Hook's treasure.

Cubby

Peter Pan (1953)

One of the Lost Boys who live in Peter Pan's hideout.

Peter took him and Slightly to try and swipe Captain Hook's treasure.

Captain Hook

Peter Pan (1953)

A pirate of Never Land, and Peter Pan's archenemy. He tricked Terra into guarding his treasure, but lies never last, and Peter made off with the treasure chest anyway.

His usual swagger is replaced by terror at the very sight or sound of the crocodile.

Mr. Smee

Peter Pan (1953)

A pirate in the service of Captain Hook. Blunderer and blockhead he may be, but Smee never abandons his captain.

The Crocodile

Peter Pan (1953)

Captain Hook's most feared enemy. Just a few ticks of the clock he swallowed are enough to send Hook running for dear life.

The Hundred-Acre Wood[edit]

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A bear who lives in the Hundred-Acre Wood. Easygoing he may be, but when it comes to honey—his favorite—he tends to get just a little carried away.

Tigger

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A friend of Pooh's who loves bouncing more than anything else. Unfortunately, his bouncing sometimes causes headaches for everybody else.

Rabbit

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A crabby customer who just wants a quiet life. Somehow, though, the funny business always finds him, leaving his gardens in a terrible state and his precious honey pots drained to the last drop.

Ventus[edit]

Main Characters[edit]

Ventus

One of Master Eraqus's pupils. He usually goes by "Ven" for short. He and Terra and Aqua train together, sharing both a healthy rivalry and a strong bond of friendship.

Haunted by the masked boy's warnings about Terra, Ven defied Master Eraqus, ran away from home, and set off for the outside world to find his friend.

Aqua

The only one of Master Eraqus's pupils to have been recognized as a true Keyblade Master. A healthy rivalry and close friendship bind her and her training mates Terra and Ven together.

Terra

A young man in training to become a Keyblade Master. He and his fellow pupils Aqua and Ventus share a healthy rivalry and strong bond of friendship.

Master Eraqus

One of the true Keyblade Masters, and also Terra, Aqua, and Ventus's teacher. He has a strong aversion to darkness, and believes it the duty of every Keyblade Master to rid the world of it.

Though strict on the outside, he is not unkind, and loves his pupils like his own children.

Master Xehanort

One of the true Keyblade Masters, and a longtime acquaintance of Master Eraqus. He is connected with the masked boy, and harbors a hidden agenda.

Yen Sid

The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)

A great sorcerer who dwells within the Mysterious Tower.

Yen Sid was the first to detect something amiss with the worlds, and alerted Master Eraqus as soon as he could.

He is concerned about his apprentice, Mickey, who has run off.

King Mickey

Steamboat Willie (1928)

King of Disney Castle. He put aside his training under Yen Sid and ran off when he heard the worlds were in trouble.

Donald Duck

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

A magician in the service of King Mickey. He and Goofy rushed to Yen Sid's tower when they heard their king had gone missing in the middle of his training.

Goofy

Two Weeks Vacation (1952)

The captain of King Mickey's royal knights. He and Donald are with Yen Sid, where they anxiously await the King's return.

The Masked Boy

A mysterious figure with ties to Master Xehanort. He warned Ventus that Terra was in some kind of danger, but disappeared before explaining any further.

Vanitas

A mysterious boy who hides his face behind a mask. He has ties to Master Xehanort.

Vanitas warned Ventus that Terra was in some kind of danger, but disappeared before explaining any further.

Castle of Dreams[edit]

Cinderella

Cinderella (1950)

A young lady who believes dreams can come true. Lady Tremaine and her daughters seem determined to make her life a misery, but Cinderella endures it with grace.

She and Jaq the mouse are good friends.

Jaq

Cinderella (1950)

A personable mouse who looks after people and knows how to get things done. His friend Cinderella often saves him from the clutches of Lucifer the cat.

Ventus helped Jaq make a dress for Cinderella to wear to the ball.

Lucifer

Cinderella (1950)

Lady Tremaine's bully of a cat. He is constantly tormenting Jaq.

Lady Tremaine

Cinderella (1950)

Cinderella's wicked stepmother, who forces her to live in the attic and finish unreasonable amounts of chores each day.

She herself lives in luxury and spoils her own daughters, Drizella and Anastasia, rotten.

Anastasia

Cinderella (1950)

Lady Tremaine's daughter. She and her older sister Drizella bully Cinderella around.

She takes pride in her skill as a flautist, despite not actually having any.

Drizella

Cinderella (1950)

Lady Tremaine's daughter. She and her younger sister Anastasia subject Cinderella to constant bullying.

Her costly voice lessons do not seem to be doing much good.

Dwarf Woodlands[edit]

Snow White

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A lovely young maiden with a kind heart. So beautiful was Snow White that the Queen grew jealous and sought to end her life.

Snow White was spared, however, and began living in a cottage deep in the woods with seven dwarfs she met.

Doc

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live in a cottage deep in the woods. Doc is the most knowledgeable; he's the one with the glasses.

Grumpy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live in a cottage deep in the woods. Grumpy is suspicious of everything and slow to trust anyone, and always wears a look of displeasure.

Happy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live in a cottage deep in the woods. Happy's constant smiles are a comfort to all around him.

Sleepy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live in a cottage deep in the woods. Sleepy always looks ready to doze off.

Bashful

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live in a cottage deep in the woods. Bashful will turn red if you so much as say hello.

Sneezy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live in a cottage deep in the woods. Sneezy... Well, he sneezes a lot.

Dopey

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live in a cottage deep in the woods. Dopey is always one clumsy step behind the of the other dwarfs, and meets with many a mishap.

Old Peddler Woman

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A mysterious old woman who dropped an apple. She claimed Terra threatened her with the Keyblade to find out about Master Xehanort—a troubling thought for Ventus.

Enchanted Dominion[edit]

Princess Aurora

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

A princess who was cursed at birth by Maleficent. To keep her safe, three good fairies hid her in the forest and gave her a new name: Briar Rose.

On her sixteenth birthday, she learned of her origins and returned to the castle, but true to Maleficent's curse, she fell into eternal slumber.

When brought together, seven hearts of pure light like Aurora's are the key to ruling all worlds.

Flora

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The fairy dressed in red. While scatterbrained at times, she acts as leader of the three.

Flora gave the newborn Aurora the gift of beauty.

To keep her safe from Maleficent, the three fairies lived with the princess in a cottage in the forest for 16 years.

Fauna

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The fairy dressed in green. She is the most level-headed of the three.

Fauna gave the newborn Aurora the gift of song.

To keep her safe from Maleficent, the three fairies lived with the princess in a cottage in the forest for 16 years.

Merryweather

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The fairy dressed in blue. She can be stubborn at times, and often bickers with Flora.

Merryweather gave the newborn Aurora a ray of hope as her gift.

To keep her safe from Maleficent, the three fairies lived with the princess in a cottage in the forest for 16 years.

Maleficent

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

A terrifying evil fairy with a command of dark magic.

She attended the celebration of Aurora's birth, despite not being invited, and prophesied that 16 years later, Aurora would prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die.

Maleficent's gleeful account of Terra's misdeeds has left Ven troubled.

Radiant Garden[edit]

Aeleus

A man of true grit who serves in the Royal Guard who watch over Radiant Garden. He values action over words.

Even

A researcher in Radiant Garden who has been delving into the workings of the heart.

He and his fellows at the castle have taken Ienzo, an orphan, under their wing.

Ienzo

A young boy who speaks little—but his serene gaze suggests he sees much.

Even and the others at the castle are raising him since he has lost his parents.

Dilan

One of the Royal Guard who keep Radiant Garden safe. His savage looks belie a silver tongue and natural talent for manipulating the hearts of others.

Lea

A likeable, upbeat boy who tends to jump into things without consulting anybody else—sometimes with disastrous results. He seems to be hung up on other people remembering him, and taught Ventus the importance of making friends.

He and his own best friend, Isa, have bigger plans.

Isa

A serene and self-possessed boy who always has time for a quick quip at his best friend Lea's expense.

Scrooge McDuck

Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967)

An entrepreneur and shop owner from Disney Town. Hoping to take his already massive fortunes to cosmic levels, he moved to Radiant Garden with Merlin's help.

The lifetime passes to Disney Town were a gift from Scrooge.

Merlin

The Sword in the Stone (1963)

A great wizard who travels the world with a mysterious bag. He instantly recognized Ventus as a fellow "world" traveler, and allowed him access to a curious book.

Disney Town[edit]

Queen Minnie

Mickey's Surprise Party (1939) Queen of Disney Castle, who reigns over the kingdom while King Mickey is away training.

Right now she is busy putting together the annual Disney Town Dream Festival, but Pete's hijinks aren't making the job any easier.

Chip

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. He and his younger brother Dale put a lot of work into building a racetrack for the whole town to enjoy, and now the Unversed and Pete's antics are ruining all the fun. Chip is none too pleased.

Dale

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. He and his older brother Chip just got through building a racetrack for everyone to enjoy. But now, the Unversed and Pete are messing everything up, and it's really rattling Dale's cage.

Huey

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He calls the shots at the ice cream shop he runs with Dewey and Louie.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure. Step one: thinking up hit ice cream flavors no one's ever tasted before!

Dewey

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He runs an ice cream shop with Huey and Louie.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure. It was Dewey's idea to combine rhythm and ice cream to attract customers.

Louie

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He helps out in his own easygoing way at the ice cream shop.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure.

Horace Horsecollar

The Plowboy (1929)

The fellow in charge of Fruitball. His job has gotten a lot harder since the Unversed showed up.

He was a local fixture before Disney Castle was even built, and has known King Mickey and Queen Minnie for ages.

Captain Justice

Pete—Disney Town's biggest troublemaker—in disguise. The truth-and-justice shtick is just a ploy to garner votes and win him the Million Dreams Award prize.

Sadly, this particular "hero" is better known for his deeds of derring-don't.

Pluto

The Chain Gang (1930)

King Mickey's trusty dog. While the King is away, Pluto helps Queen Minnie and Daisy hold down the fort... Well, at least he thinks he's helping.

Olympus Coliseum[edit]

Hercules

Hercules (1997)

A boy with tremendous strength who goes by "Herc" for short.

He was born a god, but someone kidnapped him when he was a baby, and ever since he has lived down on earth as a mortal.

After learning he can rejoin the gods on Olympus if he become a true hero, he asked Phil to train him, and has been hard at work ever since.

Philoctetes

Hercules (1997)

A renowned trainer of heroes who has whipped countless hopefuls into shape.

For a while, he had written off the whole hero business, but Hercules talked him out of retirement.

Zack

Crisis Core - Final Fantasy VII -

A boy who longs to become a hero. He heard that Phil specialized in training heroes, and competed to become his next student, but Hercules ended up edging him out.

Nothing fazes Zack, who smiles his way through the worst of troubles.

Deep Space[edit]

Experiment 626 (Stitch)

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

An alien created through illegal genetic experimentation by the self-proclaimed "evil genius" Dr. Jumba.

He was carrying an imitation Wayfinder, and seemed intrigued by Ventus for some reason.

Captain Gantu

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

A captain in the Galactic Federation's army. He takes his responsibilities seriously, but his hotheaded attitude results in frequent failures.

Now that both Experiment 626 and Dr. Jumba have escaped his custody, he is fighting just to hang on to his job.

Never Land[edit]

Peter Pan

Peter Pan (1953)

A boy from Never Land, where no one ever has to grow up. Peter may hatch plans faster than he can stick to them, but he lacks nothing for courage and a sense of what's right.

After trying to nab his nemesis Captain Hook's pirate treasure and coming up empty-handed, he and the Lost Boys decided to fill the chest with their own treasures instead.

Tinker Bell

Peter Pan (1953)

A pixie who lives in Never Land. Ventus kept her company after she and Peter Pan had a fight, but then Captain Hook kidnapped her.

Slightly

Peter Pan (1953)

One of the Lost Boys who live in Peter Pan's hideout.

He and Cubby were helping Tinker Bell look for a shooting star, but Peter talked them into going after Captain Hook's treasure instead.

Cubby

Peter Pan (1953)

One of the Lost Boys who live in Peter Pan's hideout.

Tinker Bell wanted him and Slightly to help her look for a shooting star, but they ended up going after Captain Hook's treasure with Peter instead.

Captain Hook

Peter Pan (1953)

A pirate of Never Land, and Peter Pan's archenemy. For all his attempts to give "that cowardly sparrow" his comeuppance, he has yet to succeed.

His usual swagger is replaced by terror at the very sight or sound of the crocodile.

Mr. Smee

Peter Pan (1953)

A pirate in the service of Captain Hook. Blunderer and blockhead he may be, but Smee never abandons his captain.

The Crocodile

Peter Pan (1953)

Captain Hook's most feared enemy. Just a few ticks of the clock he swallowed are enough to send Hook running for dear life.

The Hundred-Acre Wood[edit]

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A bear who lives in the Hundred-Acre Wood. Easygoing he may be, but when it comes to honey—his favorite—he tends to get just a little carried away.

Tigger

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A friend of Pooh's who loves bouncing more than anything else. Unfortunately, his bouncing sometimes causes headaches for everybody else.

Rabbit

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A crabby customer who just wants a quiet life. Somehow, though, the funny business always finds him, leaving his gardens in a terrible state and his precious honey pots drained to the last drop.

Aqua[edit]

Main Characters[edit]

Aqua

The only one of Master Eraqus's pupils to have been recognized as a true Keyblade Master. Her orders: to bring the Unversed situation under control, and to keep an eye on Terra.

She is very concerned about Terra, as well as Ventus, who ran away from home to find him.

Ventus

One of Master Eraqus's pupils. He usually goes by "Ven" for short. He and Terra and Aqua train together, sharing both a healthy rivalry and a strong bond of friendship.

Since Ventus is younger, Terra and Aqua tend to be very protective of him.

Terra

A young man in training to become a Keyblade Master. He and his fellow pupils Aqua and Ventus share a healthy rivalry and strong bond of friendship.

Master Eraqus

One of the true Keyblade Masters, and also Terra, Aqua, and Ventus's teacher. He has a strong aversion to darkness, and believes it the duty of every Keyblade Master to rid the world of it.

Though strict on the outside, he is not unkind, and loves his pupils like his own children.

Master Xehanort

One of the true Keyblade Masters, and a longtime acquaintance of Master Eraqus. He is connected with the masked boy, and harbors a hidden agenda.

Yen Sid

The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)

A great sorcerer who dwells within the Mysterious Tower. Mickey is his apprentice.

Yen Sid was the first to detect something amiss with the worlds, and alerted Master Eraqus as soon as he could.

It was also he who delivered to Aqua the news of Master Eraqus's demise at the hands of Terra and Master Xehanort.

King Mickey

Steamboat Willie (1928)

King of Disney Castle. He put aside his training under Yen Sid and ran off when he heard the worlds were in trouble.

So far his travels from world to world have been mostly accidental, since he cannot control the Star Shard he "borrowed."

Donald Duck

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

A magician in the service of King Mickey. He and Goofy rushed to Yen Sid's tower when they heard their king had gone missing in the middle of his training.

Goofy

Two Weeks Vacation (1952)

The captain of King Mickey's royal knights. He and Donald are with Yen Sid, where they anxiously await the King's return.

The Masked Boy

A mysterious figure with ties to Master Xehanort.

Vanitas

A mysterious boy who hides his face behind a mask. He has ties to Master Xehanort.

Castle of Dreams[edit]

Cinderella

Cinderella (1950)

A young lady who believes dreams can come true. Lady Tremaine and her daughters seem determined to make her life a misery, but Cinderella endures it with grace.

She and Jaq the mouse are good friends.

When brought together, seven hearts of pure light like Cinderella's are the key to ruling all worlds.

Prince Charming

Cinderella (1950)

The prince of this kingdom, who fell in love with a girl he met at the ball.

He was reunited with his true love when the glass slipper, his only clue to the girl's identity fit Cinderella perfectly.

The Fairy Godmother

Cinderella (1950)

A kindhearted fairy who appears only to those who believe in their dreams. She watches over Cinderella.

Lady Tremaine

Cinderella (1950)

Cinderella's wicked stepmother, who forces her to live in the attic and finish unreasonable amounts of chores each day.

She herself lives in luxury and spoils her own daughters, Drizella and Anastasia, rotten.

Anastasia

Cinderella (1950)

Lady Tremaine's daughter. She and her older sister Drizella bully Cinderella around.

She takes pride in her skill as a flautist, despite not actually having any.

Drizella

Cinderella (1950)

Lady Tremaine's daughter. She and her younger sister Anastasia subject Cinderella to constant bullying.

Her costly voice lessons do not seem to be doing much good.

Jaq

Cinderella (1950)

A personable mouse who looks after people and knows how to get things done. His friend Cinderella often saves him from the clutches of Lucifer the cat.

His heroic efforts helped free Cinderella after Lady Tremaine locked her in the attic.

The Grand Duke

Cinderella (1950)

A man who, at the king's insistence, is trying to help Prince Charming find a bride. While fiercely loyal, he tends to be a bit scatterbrained.

Dwarf Woodlands[edit]

Snow White

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A lovely young maiden with a kind heart. So beautiful was Snow White that the Queen grew jealous and gave her a poisoned apple.

Snow White fell into a deep sleep, but was woken by a kiss from her beloved Prince.

The Prince

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

The prince of a neighboring kingdom who met Snow White one day after her beautiful singing drew him into the castle.

Unable to forget her, he returned to the castle later, only to learn she had taken a bite from a poisonous apple and fallen into a deep sleep.

With love's first kiss, however, he was able to wake her.

Doc

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live with Snow White. Doc is the most knowledgeable; he's the one with the glasses.

Grumpy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live with Snow White. At first, Grumpy had nothing pleasant to say about her, but her kindness warmed his heart over time.

Happy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live with Snow White. Happy's constant smiles are a comfort to all around him.

Sleepy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live with Snow White. Sleepy always looks ready to doze off.

Bashful

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live with Snow White. Bashful will turn red if you so much as say hello.

Sneezy

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live with Snow White. Sneezy... Well, he sneezes a lot.

Dopey

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

One of seven dwarfs who live with Snow White. Dopey loves Snow White so much, he'll dart to the front of the line just to see her.

The Witch

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A form the Queen assumed by drinking a potion. Jealous of Snow White's beauty, she wished to deceive the maiden into eating a poisonous apple.

She succeeded in putting Snow White into a deep sleep, but the seven dwarfs chased her down, and she was never seen again.

Spirit of the Magic Mirror

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

A spirit who appears within the magic mirror at the queen's behest and answers all questions with the truth.

Enchanted Dominion[edit]

Princess Aurora

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

A princess who fell into eternal slumber as a result of Maleficent's curse. Prince Phillip woke her, however, with true love's kiss.

When brought together, seven hearts of pure light like Aurora's are the key to ruling all worlds.

Prince Phillip

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The cheerful and likeable prince of a neighboring kingdom. He met Princess Aurora when she was still living in the forest.

Maleficent imprisoned him to prevent his and Aurora's reunion, but the three good fairies rescued him.

In the end, he defeated Maleficent in dragon form and, with true love's kiss, woke Aurora from her slumber.

Flora

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The fairy dressed in red. While scatterbrained at times, she acts as leader of the three.

Flora gave the newborn Aurora the gift of beauty.

To keep her safe from Maleficent, the three fairies lived with the princess in a cottage in the forest for 16 years.

Fauna

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The fairy dressed in green. She is the most level-headed of the three.

Fauna gave the newborn Aurora the gift of song.

To keep her safe from Maleficent, the three fairies lived with the princess in a cottage in the forest for 16 years.

Merryweather

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The fairy dressed in blue. She can be stubborn at times, and often bickers with Flora.

Merryweather gave the newborn Aurora a ray of hope as her gift.

To keep her safe from Maleficent, the three fairies lived with the princess in a cottage in the forest for 16 years.

Maleficent

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

A terrifying evil fairy with a command of dark magic.

She attended the celebration of Aurora's birth, despite not being invited, and prophesied that 16 years later, Aurora would prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die.

Maleficent's gleeful account of Terra's misdeeds has left Ven troubled.

Dragon

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

Maleficent, after using the powers of darkness to transform herself.

The green flames that leapt from her maw nearly spelled the end for Prince Phillip and Aqua, but in the end, Phillip's sword of truth flew swift and sure.

Radiant Garden[edit]

Kairi

A girl with the mysterious ability to drive the Unversed away. Her heart is pure light.

Kairi's Grandma

A loving grandmother. Kairi could listen to her story about the light a hundred times and never get bored.

Scrooge McDuck

Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967)

An entrepreneur and shop owner from Disney Town. Hoping to take his already massive fortunes to cosmic levels, he moved to Radiant Garden with Merlin's help.

Scrooge and Aqua got their wires crossed when she asked for help. She was looking for Terra, but he assumed she meant Ventus and sent her in the wrong direction.

Merlin

The Sword in the Stone (1963)

A great wizard who travels the world with a mysterious bag. He instantly recognized Aqua as a fellow "world" traveler, and allowed her access to a curious book.

Disney Town[edit]

Queen Minnie

Mickey's Surprise Party (1939)

Queen of Disney Castle, who reigns over the kingdom while King Mickey is away training.

Right now she is busy putting together the annual Disney Town Dream Festival, but Pete's hijinks aren't making the job any easier.

Daisy Duck

Don Donald (1937)

Donald's girlfriend. She is assisting Queen Minnie with royal affairs until the King returns.

Chip

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. He and his younger brother Dale put a lot of work into building a racetrack for the whole town to enjoy, and now the Unversed and Pete's antics are ruining all the fun. Chip is none too pleased.

Dale

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. He and his older brother Chip just got through building a racetrack for everyone to enjoy. But now, the Unversed and Pete are messing everything up, and it's really rattling Dale's cage.

Huey

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He calls the shots at the ice cream shop he runs with Dewey and Louie.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure. Step one: thinking up hit ice cream flavors no one's ever tasted before!

Dewey

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He runs an ice cream shop with Huey and Louie.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure. It was Dewey's idea to combine rhythm and ice cream to attract customers.

Louie

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews. He helps out in his own easygoing way at the ice cream shop.

They're trying to save up for a big adventure.

Horace Horsecollar

The Plowboy (1929)

The fellow in charge of Fruitball. His job has gotten a lot harder since the Unversed showed up.

He was a local fixture before Disney Castle was even built, and has known King Mickey and Queen Minnie for ages.

Captain Justice

Pete—Disney Town's biggest troublemaker—in disguise. The truth-and-justice shtick is just a ploy to garner votes and win him the Million Dreams Award prize.

Sadly, this particular "hero" is better known for his deeds of derring-don't.

Captain Dark

A "secret" identity assumed by Pete, Disney Town's biggest troublemaker. He is pretending to be a shadowy hero to garner votes and win the Million Dreams Award prize.

Unfortunately, he's more shady than shadowy, and there's nothing heroic about him.

Enchanted Brooms

The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)

Wondrous brooms that can move about because the King put them under a spell.

Normally they work to keep the castle tidy, but are called upon as guards when the need arises.

Pluto

The Chain Gang (1930)

King Mickey's trusty dog. While the King is away, Pluto helps Queen Minnie and Daisy hold down the fort... Well, at least he thinks he's helping.

Olympus Coliseum[edit]

Hercules

Hercules (1997)

A boy with tremendous strength who goes by "Herc" for short.

He was born a god, but someone kidnapped him when he was a baby, and ever since he has lived down on earth as a mortal.

After learning he can rejoin the gods on Olympus if he become a true hero, he asked Phil to train him, and has been hard at work ever since.

Philoctetes

Hercules (1997)

A renowned trainer of heroes who has whipped countless hopefuls into shape.

For a while, he had written off the whole hero business, but Hercules talked him out of retirement.

Hades

Hercules (1997)

God of the Underworld. He is scheming to overthrow Zeus, ruler of Olympus, and take over the world.

Hades would like nothing better than to find a powerful mortal he can fast-talk into helping him achieve his ambitions.

The Ice Colossus

A fake Ice Titan which Hades created to do battle in the Coliseum.

Zack

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

A boy who longs to become a hero. Hades manipulated him and turned him into a warrior of darkness, but Zack's heart was freed when Terra defeated him. Now, he looks up to Terra as a hero.

Deep Space[edit]

Experiment 626 (Stitch)

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

An alien created through illegal genetic experimentation by the self-proclaimed "evil genius" Dr. Jumba.

He escaped before his exile could be carried out, so Aqua was asked to apprehend him and Dr. Jumba.

Dr. Jumba Jookiba

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

A self-proclaimed "evil genius." He was imprisoned for using illegal genetic experimentation to make the mightiest creature in the galaxy: Experiment 626, whose only instinct is to destroy everything he touches.

Dr. Jumba made a brief escape, but is back in custody now.

The Grand Councilwoman

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

Leader of the United Galactic Federation which oversees the universe. She rules firmly, but fairly and with an open mind.

Repeated failures to apprehend Experiment 626 and Dr. Jumba led her to appoint Aqua to the task.

Captain Gantu

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

A captain in the Galactic Federation's army. Both Experiment 626 and Dr. Jumba Jookiba have escaped on his watch, throwing his suitability for the post into question.

Unfortunately, he was so eager to look good again that he lost his temper—and as a result, his job.

Destiny Islands[edit]

Sora

A cheerful, energetic little boy. He and his friend Riku always play together out on the island.

Riku

A little boy who yearns to see the outside world. Aqua could sense he has acquired the power of the Keyblade.

Never Land[edit]

Peter Pan

Peter Pan (1953)

A boy from Never Land, where no one ever has to grow up. Peter may hatch plans faster than he can stick to them, but he lacks nothing for courage and a sense of what's right.

To help Slightly and Cubby find courage, he drew a treasure map and sent them out on an "expatition."

Tinker Bell

Peter Pan (1953)

A pixie who lives in Never Land. She gets very jealous when other girls are around Peter Pan.

Slightly

Peter Pan (1953)

One of the Lost Boys who live in Peter Pan's hideout.

Together, they went on an "expatition" to find the treasure marked on Peter's map.

Cubby

Peter Pan (1953)

One of the Lost Boys who live in Peter Pan's hideout.

Together, they went on an "expatition" to find the treasure marked on Peter's map.

Captain Hook

Peter Pan (1953)

A pirate of Never Land, and Peter Pan's archenemy. His attempt to steal back the treasure Peter nabbed ended in failure.

His usual swagger is replaced by terror at the very sight or sound of the crocodile.

Mr. Smee

Peter Pan (1953)

A pirate in the service of Captain Hook. Blunderer and blockhead he may be, but Smee never abandons his captain.

The Crocodile

Peter Pan (1953)

Captain Hook's most feared enemy. Just a few ticks of the clock he swallowed are enough to send Hook running for dear life.