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Characters[edit]

Main Characters[edit]

Sora[edit]

A boy who wields a Keyblade. Having surmounted countless challenges, he was at last given a chance to complete the Mark of Mastery examination, but the attempt ended in failure. He was overtaken by the darkness, and lost nearly all of his powers and strength in the process.

Together with Donald and Goofy, he has set forth on a new adventure to reclaim that lost strength and acquire the power of waking in order to prepare for the looming battle with Master Xehanort.

Donald Duck[edit]

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

King Mickey's court magician and a loyal friend. Donald has journeyed with Sora many times to keep the worlds safe. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

Goofy[edit]

Two Weeks Vacation (1952)

The captain of King Mickey's royal knights and also a good friend. Goofy has stuck by Sora's side through more than one adventure. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

Jiminy Cricket[edit]

Pinocchio (1940)

Hello, worlds! Cricket's the name—Jiminy Cricket. I'll be tagging along with Sora and the others, chronicling every moment of our grand adventure. It's good to be back!

King Mickey[edit]

Steamboat Willie (1928)

The king of Disney Castle and one of the true Keyblade Masters. He was among the first to notice something amiss in the worlds and take action.

In order to gather the remaining guardians of light needed to confront Master Xehanort, King Mickey and Riku have gone searching for the lost Keyblade wielders who vanished over ten years ago.

Riku[edit]

A true Keyblade Master and childhood friend of Sora and Kairi. Though he struggled with the darkness in the past, he learned to control his heart and successfully earned the Mark of Mastery.

In order to gather the remaining guardians of light needed to confront Master Xehanort, Riku and King Mickey have gone searching for the lost Keyblade wielders who vanished over ten years ago.

Kairi[edit]

Sora and Riku's childhood friend. As one of the seven princesses of heart, she became a target of the forces of darkness, but thankfully Sora and Riku came to the rescue.

She now trains with Lea as a Keyblade wielder herself to prepare for the final battle ahead.

Aqua[edit]

One of three Keyblade wielders who trained under Master Eraqus. Following the battle over the χ-blade more than a decade ago, she braved the realm of darkness to save a friend, and was trapped inside alone.

After losing her Keyblade, she was unable to fight back the forces of the dark and was cast into the abyss below.

Ventus[edit]

One of three Keyblade wielders who trained under Master Eraqus. His heart fell into slumber at the end of the battle over the χ-blade more than a decade ago. Since then, Aqua has kept his body hidden away in the Chamber of Waking.

Ventus's deep connection with Aqua was what ultimately woke him from his sleep within Sora's heart.

Terra[edit]

One of three Keyblade wielders who trained under Master Eraqus. He nearly succumbed to the darkness at the end of the battle over the χ-blade more than a decade ago, but Aqua saved him—or so it seemed. In truth, a different heart had taken hold of his body.

Terra's deep connection with Aqua and Ventus broke the dark shackles that held him, and he returned as a guardian of light.

Axel / Lea[edit]

A Keyblade wielder who was once a Nobody and member of Organization XIII, at which time he went by the name "Axel."

After regaining his humanity, Lea joined forces with Sora and the other guardians of light. Through difficult training, he learned to summon and wield a Keyblade.

Roxas[edit]

Sora's Nobody and the thirteenth member of the previous Organization XIII. He was a Keyblade wielder and Axel's closest friend. After rejoining with Sora's heart, Roxas ceased to exist.

Thanks to a replica that was able to contain his heart and memories, Roxas became real again and joined the guardians of light.

Xion[edit]

The former Organization XIII's mysterious fourteenth member. She was an experimental replica used to siphon Sora's memories out of Roxas, and this allowed her to become a Keyblade wielder. Xion grew to question the meaning of her own existence, and ultimately elected to return her memories to Sora and disappear.

Master Xehanort was using Xion to fill a spot in his new Organization XIII, but when she was confronted by her best friends Axel and Roxas, her memories came back to her and she chose to become a guardian of light.

Naminé[edit]

Kairi's Nobody. The previous Organization XIII used Naminé's unique powers to manipulate Sora's memories, but Sora freed her from their clutches.

She ceased to exist after rejoining with Kairi's heart.

Riku Replica[edit]

An experimental replica created by the former Organization XIII using combat data taken from Riku. He dueled the real Riku to prove his right to exist, but lost and was destroyed.

Riku Replica's heart wandered the realm of darkness, eventually taking refuge alongside Riku's heart after the two were reunited.

Master Xehanort[edit]

The most powerful Keyblade Master of them all.

Master Xehanort's pursuit of the World's true nature and obsession with the Keyblade War led him to give his heart over to darkness. He tried to forge the χ-blade and trigger another Keyblade War, but three young Keyblade wielders put a stop to him

Now, he has created a new Organization—the real Organization XIII—and intends to divide his heart among its other twelve members to create thirteen darknesses.

Young Xehanort[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

This is Master Xehanort's younger self. He has traveled forward through time more than once in order to guide Sora.

Terra-Xehanort[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

This is the Master Xehanort that took control of Terra's body.

Ansem[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

This is Xehanort's Heartless. He was able to regain his original appearance by possessing Riku. In the past, Ansem attempted to open the door to Kingdom Hearts, but was destroyed by Sora and friends before he could succeed.

Despite this, Ansem has returned.

Xemnas[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

This is Xehanort's Nobody. In the past, he tried to create an artificial Kingdom Hearts from the hearts of people, but Sora and Riku put an end to his plans and Xemnas himself.

Despite this, Xemnas has returned.

Vanitas[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

This is the pure darkness that Master Xehanort extracted from Ventus's heart. He was pitted against Ventus in order to forge the χ-blade, but Ventus prevailed and Vanitas ceased to exist.

Now that he is back, he continues to seek his "brother," Ventus.

Xigbar[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII

Despite his defeat at Sora's hands, Xigbar has returned, and continues his attempts to manipulate and mislead Sora.

Vexen / Even[edit]

A reserve member of the real Organization XIII.

Despite being recompleted as a human, Vexen returned to the Organization willingly in order to pursue his research, which he values above all else.

Saïx[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

He and Axel were good friends in the old days, before they first became Nobodies. Despite his destruction at Sora's hands, Saïx has returned.

Demyx[edit]

A reserve member of the real Organization XIII.

Despite his destruction at Sora's hands, Demyx has returned. He spends most of his time tuning his sitar, and his demeanor makes it extremely difficult to believe he's part of anything untoward.

Luxord[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

He is a lover of games, and sometimes even prioritizes them over his Organization duties. Despite his destruction at Sora's hands, Luxord has returned.

Marluxia[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

Despite his destruction at Sora's hands, Marluxia has returned to keep tabs on the "New Seven Hearts," whom the Organization may need should their original plan go awry.

Larxene[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

Despite her destruction at Sora's hands, Larxene has returned to keep tabs on the "New Seven Hearts," whom the Organization may need should their original plan go awry.

Dark Riku[edit]

A member of the real Organization XIII.

He looks exactly like Riku, except a year younger, and he wears the Organization's black coat.

Anti-Aqua[edit]

Aqua, After she fell to darkness. Years and years of wandering through the realm of darkness ended with her being cast into the watery depths beyond its margin.

Ansem the Wise[edit]

The sage-king who once ruled over Radiant Garden. After his apprentices stole his research into the heart, he assumed a new name: DiZ, or "Darkness in Zero." Consumed by vengeance, he ruined more lives than one.

In time, he saw the error of his ways, but in a last-ditch attempt to thwart the old Organization's plans, he was obliterated from the realm of light.

Ienzo[edit]

The human form of Zexion, one of Organization XIII's Nobodies.

Before joining the Organization, he was one of Ansem the Wise's apprentices and researched the mysteries of the heart. He is now hard at work deciphering Ansem's Code.

Dilan[edit]

The human form of Xaldin, one of Organization XIII's Nobodies.

Before joining the Organization, he was one of Ansem the Wise's apprentices and guarded the castle together with Aeleus.

Aeleus[edit]

The human form of Lexaeus, one of Organization XIII's Nobodies.

Before joining the Organization, he was one of Ansem the Wise's apprentices and guarded the castle together with Dilan.

Lingering Will[edit]

A suit of armor imbued with Terra's thoughts and wishes.

Master Eraqus[edit]

The true Keyblade Master who mentored Terra, Aqua, and Ventus. He was struck down by his own brother-in-training, Master Xehanort, in the clash over a decade ago.

The Boy in White[edit]

He and his best friend would often match wits playing chess between training sessions.

The Boy in Black[edit]

He and his best friend would often match wits playing chess between training sessions.

Chirithy[edit]

A curious creature that begrudgingly offered Sora its assistance in The Final World.

???[edit]

A mysterious boy who reached out to Sora's heart in a moment of crisis.

Everyone Else[edit]

Yen Sid[edit]

The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)

A great sorcerer who watch over the balance between light and darkness. He was also King Mickey's teacher. In the past, he, too served as a true Keyblade Master, but these days he chooses to mentor Keyblade wielders from his tower.

As the final battle with Xehanort looms ahead, Master Yen Sid has been leading the effort to gather the seven guardians of light we need.

Chip[edit]

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. Serious and professional, his skills with machinery are top class. He invented the gummi chip and Gummiphone together with his younger brother Dale.

Dale[edit]

Private Pluto (1943)

One of Disney Castle's engineers. Despite his laid-back personality, his skills with machinery are top class. He invented the gummi chip and Gummiphone together with his older brother Chip.

Maleficent[edit]

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

An evil fairy who seeks to rule over all the worlds. She and Pete are searching for a black box.

Pete[edit]

Steamboat Willie (1928)

Maleficent's henchmen. The two of them are searching for a black box.

Queen Minnie[edit]

Steamboat Wille (1928)

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

Daisy Duck[edit]

Don Donald (1937)

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

Pluto[edit]

The Chain Gang (1930)

King Mickey's trusty dog.

Moogles[edit]

Strange creatures that pop up in even stranger places to open shop. In truth, the shops are run by holographic projections while the real moogles remain elsewhere.

Wreck-It Ralph[edit]

Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

A friend that answered Sora's call through the power of the Heartbinder.

Simba[edit]

The Lion King (1994)

A friend that answered Sora's call through the power of the Heartbinder.

Stitch[edit]

Lilo and Stitch (2002)

A friend that answered Sora's call through the power of the Heartbinder.

Ariel[edit]

The Little Mermaid (1989)

A friend that answered Sora's call through the power of the Heartbinder.

Olympus[edit]

Hercules[edit]

Hercules (1997)

A hero with a kind heart and tremendous strength. He was born a god, but lives down on earth as a mortal.

We know Herc very well from the adventures we've shared together.

Megara[edit]

Hercules (1997)

A woman dear to Hercules' heart. In the past, Hades blackmailed her into doing his bidding, but meeting Hercules put an end to that dark chapter of her life.

Philoctetes[edit]

Hercules (1997)

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

Pegasus[edit]

Hercules (1997)

A flying horse and Hercules' trusty partner. He was a gift from Herc's father, Zeus.

Zeus[edit]

Hercules (1997)

Hercules' father and king of the gods of Olympus.

Hermes[edit]

Hercules (1997)

One of the gods of Olympus.

Apollo[edit]

Hercules (1997)

One of the gods of Olympus.

Athena[edit]

Hercules (1997)

One of the goddesses of Olympus.

Hades[edit]

Hercules (1997)

God of the Underworld. Undaunted by all the losses he suffered at Hercules' hands, he revived the Titans and tried to use them to overthrow Zeus and claim Olympus as his own.

Rock Titan[edit]

Hercules (1997)

A gargantuan being made of solid stone.

Ice Titan[edit]

Hercules (1997)

A gargantuan being made of frigid ice.

Lava Titan[edit]

Hercules (1997)

A gargantuan being made of molten lava.

Tornado Titan[edit]

Hercules (1997)

A gargantuan being made of violent winds.

Twilight Town[edit]

Hayner[edit]

An unruly boy who lives in Twilight Town. He hangs out with Pence and Olette, and feels an uncanny bond with Roxas.

We know Hayner from our past adventures.

Pence[edit]

A boy who lives in Twilight Town and has a knack for technology. He hangs out with Hayner and Olette, and feels an uncanny bond with Roxas.

We know Pence from our past adventures.

Olette[edit]

A mature gril who lives in Twilight Town. He hangs out with Hayner and Pence, and feels an uncanny bond with Roxas.

We know Olette from our past adventures.

Scrooge McDuck[edit]

Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967)

A jet-setting tycoon and uncle to Donald. He recently entered the restaurant business in a joint venture with Little Chef.

Little Chef[edit]

Ratatouille (2007)

The chef of a well-reviewed restaurant. After meeting Scrooge, he was encouraged to come to Twilight Town and open a bistro, where he has been using ingredients from other worlds to further his culinary talents.

Huey[edit]

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews, know for his trademark red cap. He runs a gummi block shop together with his brothers.

Dewey[edit]

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews, know for his trademark blue cap. He runs a gummi block shop together with his brothers.

Louie[edit]

Donald's Nephews (1938)

One of Donald's triplet nephews, know for his trademark green cap. He runs a gummi block shop together with his brothers.

Merlin[edit]

The Sword in the Stone (1963)

A great wizard able to manipulate time itself. He used his magic to furnish Kairi and Lea with a special training ground so they wouldn't need to rush their study of the Keyblade.

Merlin's capricious nature means that he rarely stays in the same time or place for long.

Toy Box[edit]

Sora[edit]

A boy who wields a Keyblade. Having surmounted countless challenges, he was at last given a chance to complete the Mark of Mastery examination, but the attempt ended in failure. He was overtaken by the darkness, and lost nearly all of his powers and strength in the process.

Together with Donald and Goofy, he has set forth on a new adventure to reclaim that lost strength and acquire the power of waking in order to prepare for the looming battle with Master Xehanort.

This is the guise Sora assumes when visiting Woody and Buzz's world.

Donald Duck[edit]

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

King Mickey's court magician and a loyal friend. Donald has journeyed with Sora many times to keep the worlds safe. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

This is the guise Donald assumes when visiting Woody and Buzz's world.

Goofy[edit]

Two Weeks Vacation (1952)

The captain of King Mickey's royal knights and also a good friend. Goofy has stuck by Sora's side through more than one adventure. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

This is the guise Goofy assumes when visiting Woody and Buzz's world.

Woody[edit]

Toy Story (1995)

Andy's treasured toy cowboy and the de facto leader of the other toys. He took the initiative in getting to the bottom of the strange new circumstances.

Buzz[edit]

Toy Story (1995)

A newer addition to Andy's toy lineup: an action figure who at one point believed he was a real, actual space ranger. Buzz reluctantly agreed to leave Andy's room and investigate Galaxy Toys.

Rex[edit]

Toy Story (1995)

Andy's toy Tyrannosaurus. His fierce appearance belies a meek and anxious nature.

Rex is avid video game fan, and his current character obsession is Yozora.

Hamm[edit]

Toy Story (1995)

Andy's piggy bank. His belly, full of loose change, tends to slow him down when the call to action comes. Unlike Rex, he's more of a Gigas fan.

LIttle Green Men[edit]

Toy Story (1995)

An identical trio that were prizes from the Pizza Planet crane game. They tend to stick together.

Green Army Men[edit]

Toy Story (1995)

An army in a bucket, equipped with an array of gear that enables them to perform a broad range of missions.

Kingdom of Corona[edit]

Rapunzel[edit]

Tangled (2010)

A girl with a lot of hair and a lot of heart. She set foot outside her tower, for the first time in her life, to go see the lights in the sky that she had watched from her window since childhood.

Flynn Rider[edit]

Tangled (2010)

A young man who showed up with the Heartless hot on his heels. It seems they aren't the only ones he was running from.

He discovered Rapunzel's tower while on the run and felt compelled to climb it. After meeting the girl inside, he agreed to serve as her guide.

Flynn, as is turns out, isn't his real name. He took the alias from The Tales of Flynnigan Rider, a book of stories about a swashbuckling rogue. Meeting Rapunzel prompted a change of heart, however, and he now goes by his real name, Eugene Fitzherbert.

Pascal[edit]

Tangled (2010)

A chameleon who has been a good friend to Rapunzel. Pascal was the only one she really felt she could talk to while she was growing up inside the tower.

Maximus[edit]

Tangled (2010)

The proud, white steed belonging to the captain of the royal guards. Maximum was chasing after Flynn, but begrudgingly agreed to work with his at Rapunzel's request.

Mother Gothel[edit]

Tangled (2010)

Rapunzel's mother. She left the tower to look for her missing daughter.

However, we came to learn this was all a lie. "Mother" Gothel was the one who took Rapunzel from her real parents—for no reason other than to exploit the mysterious healing powers in the girl's hair.

Monstropolis[edit]

Sora[edit]

A boy who wields a Keyblade. Having surmounted countless challenges, he was at last given a chance to complete the Mark of Mastery examination, but the attempt ended in failure. He was overtaken by the darkness, and lost nearly all of his powers and strength in the process.

Together with Donald and Goofy, he has set forth on a new adventure to reclaim that lost strength and acquire the power of waking in order to prepare for the looming battle with Master Xehanort.

This is the guise Sora assumes when visiting Sully and Mike's world.

Donald Duck[edit]

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

King Mickey's court magician and a loyal friend. Donald has journeyed with Sora many times to keep the worlds safe. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

This is the guise Donald assumes when visiting Sully and Mike's world.

Goofy[edit]

Two Weeks Vacation (1952)

The captain of King Mickey's royal knights and also a good friend. Goofy has stuck by Sora's side through more than one adventure. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

This is the guise Goofy assumes when visiting Sully and Mike's world.

Sulley[edit]

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

The CEO of Monsters, Incorporated. He has become fast friends with a little human girl named Boo.

Mike[edit]

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

An employee at Monsters, Incorporated and Sulley's best buddy since college. He cares for Boo like one of his own.

Boo[edit]

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

A brave little human girl with boundless curiosity. She enjoys playing with Mike and Sulley on her occasional visits to Monsters, Incorporated.

Randall[edit]

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

A former scarer at Monsters, Incorporated. Getting banished from the company didn't put an end to his scheming, and he came back more determined than ever to get revenge on Sulley and Mike.

CDA Agent[edit]

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

A member of an agency originally established to ensure no contaminants from human children accidentally cross over. The CDA sprang into action to aid Monsters, Incorporated in its time of crisis.

Arendelle[edit]

Elsa[edit]

Frozen (2013)

Arendelle's queen and a wielder of powerful ice magic unlike any we've seen. We saw her leave her old home behind and run up the North Mountain.

Anna's older sister. A quarrel with Anna on her coronation day resulted in Elsa unleashing the ice magic she'd been keeping hidden, and Elsa fled the castle.

Anna[edit]

Frozen (2013)

Elsa's younger sister. A random encounter brought her and Kristoff together, and together they pledged to end the unnatural winter plaguing Arendelle.

Olaf[edit]

Frozen (2013)

A walking, talking snowman brought to life by Elsa's magic. After meeting Anna, Kristoff, and the rest of us, Olaf led us to the ice palace.

Kristoff[edit]

Frozen (2013)

A young iceman who is never apart from his reindeer friend, Sven. A random encounter brought him and Anna together, and together they pledged to end the unnatural winter plaguing Arendelle.

Sven[edit]

Frozen (2013)

Kristoff's reindeer friend. To say he loves carrots would be an understatement.

Marshmallow[edit]

Frozen (2013)

A fearsome sentinel that protects Elsa. He was created by her magic.

Hans[edit]

Frozen (2013)

A young man we saw taking Elsa away from the ice palace. Darkness seems to have a hold on him.

The Caribbean[edit]

Sora[edit]

A boy who wields a Keyblade. Having surmounted countless challenges, he was at last given a chance to complete the Mark of Mastery examination, but the attempt ended in failure. He was overtaken by the darkness, and lost nearly all of his powers and strength in the process.

Together with Donald and Goofy, he has set forth on a new adventure to reclaim that lost strength and acquire the power of waking in order to prepare for the looming battle with Master Xehanort.

This is the guise Sora assumes when visiting Jack's world.

Donald Duck[edit]

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

King Mickey's court magician and a loyal friend. Donald has journeyed with Sora many times to keep the worlds safe. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

This is the guise Donald assumes when visiting Jack's world.

Goofy[edit]

Two Weeks Vacation (1952)

The captain of King Mickey's royal knights and also a good friend. Goofy has stuck by Sora's side through more than one adventure. He has pledged to help Sora through the trials ahead.

This is the guise Goofy assumes when visiting Jack's world.

Jack Sparrow[edit]

Pirates: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

A legendary pirate, and captain of the Black Pearl. We know Jack well from our past adventures.

After we parted ways, Jack was devoured by the Kraken and sent to Davy Jones' Locker where our paths crossed again.

Will Turner[edit]

Pirates: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

A young man from Port Royal, and a friend of Jack's. We know Will from our past adventures.

We were reunited with Will as he and the others came to rescue Jack from Davy Jones' Locker.

Elizabeth Swann[edit]

Pirates: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

Daughter to the governor of Port Royal, and a friend of Jack's. We know Elizabeth from out past adventures.

We were reunited with Elizabeth as she and the others came to rescue Jack from Davy Jones' Locker.

Hector Barossa[edit]

Pirates: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

A pirate captain who was cursed never to die and once caused us plenty of trouble. He was freed of the curse's bonds and made mortal again just in time to be run through by Jack.

However, Tia Dalma revived him, and they and the others came to rescue Jack from Davy Jones' Locker.

Tia Dalma[edit]

Pirates: Dead Man's Chest (2006)

A beguiling woman Will and the others turned to in order to extricate Jack from Davy Jones' Lockers. Tia Dlama and Jack seemed to already know each other.

Joshamee Gibbs[edit]

Pirates: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

A member of the Black Pearl's crew. He and Jack get along swimmingly, and one is rarely more than a stone's throw away from the other.

We met Gibbs as he and the others came to rescue Jack from Davy Jones' Locker.

Cutler Beckett[edit]

Pirates: Dead Man's Chest (2006)

Governor of the East India Trading Company. He took to the sea in order to eradicate all pirates and claim control of the waters for himself.

Davy Jones[edit]

Pirates: Dead Man's Chest (2006)

Captain of the Flying Dutchman. When Jack violated their agreement, Jones sent the Kraken after him.

San Fransokyo[edit]

Sora[edit]

A boy who wields a Keyblade. Having surmounted countless challenges, he was at last given a chance to complete the Mark of Mastery examination, but the attempt ended in failure. He was overtaken by the darkness, and lost nearly all of his powers and strength in the process.

Together with Donald and Goofy, he has set forth on a new adventure to reclaim that lost strength and acquire the power of waking in order to prepare for the looming battle with Master Xehanort.

This is Sora weraing the AR device he received in San Fransokyo.

Hiro Hamada[edit]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

A boy genius living in San Fransokyo, and a member of Big Hero 6. After Hiro presented the microbots he invented, events took a turn for the tragic and he lost his brother, Tadashi.

Together with Tadashi's friends and his brother's robot, Baymax, Hiro got to the bottom of that incident, and now the team continues to keep the peace as Big Hero 6.

Baymax[edit]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

A member of Big Hero 6. He was originally a healthcare robot developed by Hiro's older brother, Tadashi, but with the addition of combat data and an armored suit, Hiro upgraded him to "Baymax 2.0."

Go Go Tomago[edit]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Tadashi's college friend, and a member of Big Hero 6. Go Go's suit functionality centers around a unique electromagnetic suspension system.

Honey Lemon[edit]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Tadashi's college friend, and a member of Big Hero 6. Honey Lemon's special purse allows her to quickly create "chem-balls" containing a variety of unique chemical compounds.

Wasabi[edit]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Tadashi's college friend, and a member of Big Hero 6. Wasabi's suit gives him access to laser-induced plasma blades.

Fred[edit]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Tadashi's college friend, and a member of Big Hero 6. While not technically a student, Fred is a familiar face around campus. His suit is a kaiju costume heavily influenced by his personal tastes.

Dark Baymax[edit]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

The original Baymax. He was retrieved from another dimension in a mantle of Darkubes, his program chip loaded with data from the hears of the people the Darkubes attacked.

The Hundred Acre Wood[edit]

Winnie the Pooh[edit]

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A friendly bear who lives inside a great big tree in the Hundred Acre Wood. He loves to eat, especially if there's honey to be had.

Piglet[edit]

Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)

Pooh's dearest friend in the Hundred Acre Wood. Piglet is timid and startled by just about anything.

Rabbit[edit]

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A devoted farmer who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood. Pooh frequently drops by to eat all his honey, much to Rabbit's annoyance.

Tigger[edit]

Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)

An energetic personality who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood. He loves to bonce, and has a tendency to get carried away and cause trouble for others, but he means no harm.

Roo[edit]

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

Kanga's son. He loves Tigger, and the two spend lots of time practicing their bouncing together. Roo was the first in the Hundred Acre Wood to befriend Lumpy.

Lumpy[edit]

Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005)

A young heffalump who lives near the edge of the Hundred Acre Wood. After he met Roo and the two became good friends, Lumpy comes by to visit and play all the time.

Gopher[edit]

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

A hard worker who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood. He's an expert digger, and can usually be found either burrowing a hole or falling into one.

Adversaries[edit]

The Heartless[edit]

Shadow[edit]

These shifty shades skulk around, then strike out of the blue. Stay locked on to make sure they don't give you the slip.

They're immune to normal attacks when they dive beneath the surface, but a splash of Water magic will yank them out of hiding in a hurry!

Neoshadow[edit]

These souped-up Shadows hit hard and fast with their jump attacks; if they're in the air, better get out of there.

Once they melt into the ground, they're beyond the reach of most attacks, but that's nothing a little Water magic can't fix. Fight puddles with puddles!

Fluttering[edit]

Your best bet against these feather-flinging dive-bombers is a blast of magic to keep them still just long enough to lay down some hits.

If they drop to the floor, get ready for a nasty spinning charge attack. Jump over it and watch them go sailing past.

Keep an eye on the sky when you're out and about; they like to perch on tree branches and other high spots to get the drop on prey.

Flame Core[edit]

Make snuffing out these flame-flinging fiends a top priority, or you're toast! And whoever said to fight fire with fire never met these things; your red-hot spells won't even tickle.

When in danger, they'll burst into flames and really bring the heat. Douse them with a well-aimed Water or Blizzard spell to chill them out, then finish the job.

Water Core[edit]

Hit these sopping scoundrels while they're coated in water and they'll only teleport away. That's your cue to being the magical heat; a Fire spell will evaporate that shield in no time.

Don't get caught out in their rain, or you'll come down with the extremely annoying cloud status.

Earth Core[edit]

If you want to rock these baddies' world, aim for the face; their pointy posteriors will only deflect your blows. Physical attacks will pass through them when they sand-travel, but spells still hit home, so mash that magic!

When they gather sand and grow enormous, a Goofy Bombardier will cut them down to size in no time.

Dark Inferno[edit]

These dastardly dual-wielders are like blenders on roller skates, except worse. You can try to keep your distance, but they'll soon close in on you, or else just huck a fireball your way.

Be careful attacking when their blades are crossed; that means they're ready to counter. Stay cool, bide your time, then strike when they drop their guard.

Soldier[edit]

As threats go, these aren't all that threatening, but that's no reason to be reckless.

Just be careful not to get surrounded. Focus on taking them down one by one!

High Soldier[edit]

These are more or less just like vanilla Soldiers, except way angrier.

Air Soldier[edit]

A Soldier in flight is no cause for fright; just watch for that charging attack and you'll be all right.

When they fly out of walloping range, a blast of magic will do the trick.

Large Body[edit]

Don't get bodychecked by these oversized oafs, and watch out for the shock waves when they come down from a jump. Their jelly bellies will bounce any frontal attacks, so circle round to the rear before slashing away. Magic works, too.

Get on their nerves, and they'll turn red and charge at you. A Blizzard spell ought to cool them off.

Helmed Body[edit]

Basically your garden-variety Large Body...if your garden is full of extra-aggressive monsters (which would raise more questions than it answers, really.

Vermilion Samba[edit]

These fiery fliers come to a midair halt and conjure up a sigil before they launch flaming badness at you. Use that opportunity to strike!

When they do start dishing out the rapid-fire spells, keep a cool head and dodge out of the way.

Nothing rains of their parade quite like a cool sip of Water magic. If you've got the MP to spare, go ahead and make a splash!

Marine Rumba[edit]

These watery wizards swim through the air with the grace of the majestic trout. Before casting magic, they'll come to a stop and summon spheres of water, leaving themselves open to attack.

Think fast if they do start conjuring, because the speed of their spells is no joke!

Nothing dries them up faster than a zap of Thunder magic. If you've got the MP to spare, use it to give 'em a thousand-volt jolt!

Gold Beat[edit]

These electrical enemies zip through the air and zap you. They have to stop and conjure up a sigil before they can rain lightning down on you, so take that chance to exact brutal prevenge.

Their rapid-fire thunderstorm will electrify you if it connects, so watch for the tell and don't get too close.

Aero magic will have them winded in no time flat. If you've got the MP to spare, start flinging those gales!

Malachite Bolero[edit]

These blustery baddies dance and whirl on the wind, but can't use magic without stopping to summon their sigil first. That's your cue to blow 'em away.

If you see wind gathering at your feet, move away—fast. Unless you like getting swept up in a tornado, that is.

Nothing freezes them in their tracks quite like Blizzard magic. If you've got the MP to spare, use it to put them on ice!

Popcat[edit]

Keep your wits about you when walking past pottery; you never know when it might sprout fuzzy limbs and attack!

Once these scaredy-cats show themselves, they'll start running around like crazy. If you try to create some distance, they'll huck smaller pots your way, but a well-timed block will return those to sender.

Popcats are top-heavy and prone to face-planting. When they stumble, make sure it's the last trip they take.

Vitality Popcat[edit]

Smash these green Popcats to get at the bounty of HP prizes inside. Refreshing!

Magic Popcat[edit]

Smash these blue Popcats to get at the bounty of MP prizes inside. Energizing!

Focus Popcat[edit]

Smash these red Popcats to get at the bounty of Focus prizes inside. Invigorating!

Munny Popcat[edit]

Smash these gold Popcats to get at the mountain of munnies inside. Score!

Bizarre Archer[edit]

Archers that shoot arrows from their bows. Sound obvious? Well, that's honestly all there is to 'em.

They pose little threat to you alone, but in packs, they're a problem. Return fire from afar with magic, or close the distance and introduce them to your Keyblade.

They'll sometimes team up with Air Soldiers. Maybe they're buddies?

Rock Troll[edit]

Think this massive, musclebound monster's a slowpoke? Think again. Think it's no big deal when it stops swinging around that huge axe and wears it as a mask? Thank again...AGAIN!

Just keep swinging. You may not be able to damage the big buy while he's masked, but you can break his fancy face.

Metal Troll[edit]

Imagine a Rock Troll that's always hangry. Yep, that's this guy.

Satyr[edit]

Aside from a mean punch, the biggest threat from these bullies is their stampede attack. They always lower their visor before trying to ram you. If you can break the horns off those helms, you'll get the rest of the fight "free of charge."

In formation, they're tougher to wrangle. Either break their ranks with a Trinity Guard, or keep your distance and pepper them with magic.

Mechanitaur[edit]

Face it: some Satyrs are haters, and this is what they look like.

Toy Trooper[edit]

Those jet packs and ray guns may be toys, but these "masked intruders" are anything but fun and games when they come barreling your way.

They'll sometimes chuck grenades your way, but that's not necessarily bad news. After letting it fly, they'll hit the deck. Kick 'em while they're down! Or, if you're feeling fancy, a well-timed Keyblade swing will return those grenades to sender.

Pole Cannon[edit]

Approach these turrets and they'll only warp away, so your best bet us to return fire from a distance with magic.

The extending arm mount allows them a variety of firing positions. Silver lining? You'll look awesome swinging around that pole!

Marionette[edit]

This puppet may not seem like such a pain when it rides around on its ring, but just wait until it possesses a nearby toy!

Or, here's a better plan: don't wait until it possesses a nearby toy. Sever this scoundrel's strings on sight.

Powerwild[edit]

These impish chimps swing through the trees and scrabble along walls while pelting you with nuts. Rude! Block whatever they throw and send it right back at 'em.

They'll taunt and tease and try to bait you into attacking. The best response? Attack! They're wide open the whole time, silly monkeys.

Pogo Shovel[edit]

Part shovel, part pogo stick, part drill—and thankfully, all pretty clumsy. Stay calm and sidestep its attacks, especially the pounce; whiffing that one leaves this Heartless flat on its face and wide open

Most of the time, its shovel will dig up rocks to sling your way, but once in a blue moon it'll hit a mother lode of prizes—all yours for the taking!

Parasol Beauty[edit]

The prettiest roses having the cruelest thorns—or, in the case, laser parasols and spinning skirts of doom. At distance or up close, they're not a threat to be taken lightly.

Watch for the flash after they've opened their parasols; that's a sure sign you're about to eat beam. The good news is that blasting that laser takes these ladies temporarily out of commission. Use that time to make it a permanent retirement!

Chief Puff[edit]

These fluffians can fling their spores into the air to create Puffballs. Eventually, their own fluff will grow back, but that's nothing a gust of Aero magic won't fix.

Keep clear of the pollen they send up, or you'll come down with an annoying fit of sneezing.

Puffball[edit]

These wicked weedlings may look cute romping and rolling around, but make no mistake; they will bring the hurt if you let them.

(Don't let them!)

Chaos Carriage[edit]

Defensive driving is a foreign concept to these careening carts. Even if you take out the horse pulling them, another one will sprout to take its place.

If any Powerwilds are around, those carts will stack up into a turret where the Powerwilds can rain pain down on you. Swat the simians before they can make with the monkey business!

Winterhorn[edit]

A buck that chucks ice as it leaps and bounds.

Fire magic will blast those frosty antlers clean off, making the fight a lot easier. Just don't go slinging Blizzard spells at it, or that rack will come back!

Frost Serpent[edit]

A skeletal serpent, soaring on wings of snowpack. With a simple spin of its body, it gives rise to icy whirlwinds that gnash and rend all before it.

Sound imposing? Burst those wings and it's just an snake with arms.

That doesn't mean it's entirely toothless on the ground; it can still burrow beneath Sora and his buddies and stab its tail upward. When you see it dive, look alive!

Vaporfly[edit]

These flying fiends will dart at you with guns blazing, but they can only attack head-on. Turns out, shooting too straight is a weakness!

They may be easy to dodge, but they're not easy to hit. Don't hold back with that magic!

Sea Sprite[edit]

If you want to know these fickle fishes' weakness, keep an eye on their color! Just remember this handy rhyme:

If it's blue, Thunder hits true.
If it's red, Blizzard instead.
If it's yellow...something something Fire?

Keep blasting them with their elemental weakness and they'll go belly-up in no time.

Spear Lizard[edit]

Walking on land isn't their forte, so don't be surprised if they flounder about in the wrong direction. Those spears they carry find their targets well enough, though.

Be on the lookout for Water magic, and if they start blowing bubbles your way, move! A direct hit will cause a sneezing fit.

Anchor Raider[edit]

This swashbuckler's anchor can hook onto thin air, turning it into a swinging pendulum of pain. Don't watch the anchor, though; it's that extending chain and sharp saber you need to be ready for.

Instead of trying to keep up with it, try letting your magic do the chasing for you.

Tireblade[edit]

One monster, two modes, all trouble.

In their aerial form, they'll flit about on blade-wings, slashing at you whenever they get the chance.

In their ground form, they'll lob rockets your way. Watch the target on the ground: when it turns red, that's your cue to bail!

Darkside[edit]

A colossal Heartless that arose before Sora in a land of endless sea and sky.

It looks different from other Darksides Sora has battled with, but the cause remains a mystery.

Demon Tide[edit]

A dark swarm of Shadows, gathered into a massive, seething cloud.

The fact that its foul ilk has been seen not just in the realm of darkness but in the realm of light is surely a harbinger of some coming evil.

Demon Tower[edit]

A dark swarm of Shadows, stacked into a looming spire.

The fact that its foul ilk has been seen not just in the realm of darkness but in the realm of light is surely a harbinger of some coming evil.

King of Toys[edit]

A colossal Heartless that Young Xehanort summoned to stall Sora and his pals in Toy Box.

This thing comes with everything. Annoying force field? Check. Hailstorm of missiles? Check. Ridiculously huge tornado that flings around all nearby toys in the area? Yup, that's a check.

As toys go? Not much fun.

Grim Guardianess[edit]

Mother Gothel's fall to darkness gave rise to this gargantuan Heartless, and it's even crueler than she was—which is saying something.

Wrapping its enormous body around the tower, it use branches and brambles to try and rob Sora, Donald, and Gooft of their freedom. Sounds like Mother Gothel, all right...

Sköll[edit]

A lupine Heartless that rose from the darkness consuming Hans's hearts.

Wolves hunt in packs, and this monstrosity was no exception: it summoned a horde of phantom packmates, and transformed into a darkness so vast it blotted out the entire sky.

Raging Vulture[edit]

Freshly escaped from Davy Jones' Locker, Sora, Jack, and the others were all set to celebrate...until this oversized wet blanket on wings flapped in to ruin the moment.

I suppose an epic air skirmish high above the Black Pearl was one way to mark the occasion.

Lightning Angler[edit]

A piscine horror lurking beneath the crystal waves of The Caribbean.

A glutton for the greedy, it lures prey in by posing as a treasure chest. An unusual adaptation, but it sure worked on Sora...

Darkubes[edit]

A shape-shifting swarm of nasty bots that terrorized the streets f San Fransokyo.

If Hiro hadn't pinpointed the location of the core unit controlling the rest, these baleful boxes might have spelled the end for Sora and Big Hero 6.

Lich[edit]

This haunting horror held the hearts of Sora's friends hostage. Time and again, Sora fought it back, but with each hard-won victory, it would simply slough its form and depart to another world.

Its broad arsenal of magic made it a formidable foe to face along, but in the end no Heartless could match the strength of Sora's resolve.

Catastrochorus[edit]

What's worse than a Heartless? Try three of them, fused into one weird body.

Stomping feet and gnashing teeth, an active volcano spewing fire, plus a thundercloud tail raining lightning bolts left and right added up to one bad day in San Fransokyo.

Cherry Flan[edit]

This regal flan is pure mischief, with two cherries on top.

It was last seen touring Thebes and generally getting in the way of the efforts to rebuild.

Strawberry Flan[edit]

This regal flan is pure mischief—now in strawberry!

It was last seen failing to play well with others. Take its toys away and put it in time-out for good!

Orange Flan[edit]

This regal flan is pure mischief, served with a refreshing citrus twist.

It was last seen enjoying a lovely picnic in the woods. Take some pictures to help it mark the occasion!

Banana Flan[edit]

This regal flan is pure mischief, and completely bananas besides.

It was last seen door-hopping through a certain world. Give it the perfect souvenir: a Keyblade right to the jiggle!

Grape Flan[edit]

This regal flan is pure mischief, and the grapes adorning it are probably sour.

It was last seen playing in the snow...but it's cold out, so just hurry up and defeat it.

Honeydew Flan[edit]

This regal flan is pure mischief. The melon on its crown? Also evil.

It was last seen atop a skyscraper enjoying the nighttime view. You never really appreciate how springy these things are until you stomp on one...

Watermelon Flan[edit]

This regal flan is pure mischief, even if the watermelon on its crown does look delicious.

What nefarious scheme is it hatching in that fortress? Does it really matter? You've got some cannons. Fire away!

Nobodies[edit]

Dusk[edit]

Phantasmagorical frights that morph and stretch as they fight. Stay locked on, and all the fancy footwork in the world won't save them.

As tough as they are to predict, there are moments when they just sort of...stand there. And when they space? Keyblade to the face.

Sniper[edit]

Gravity's got nothing on these slippery sharpshooters, and as soon as you close the distance they'll warp right outta there. The good news? Blocking will send the arrows they fire straight back at them.

In bigger brawls, you'll want to make them a priority. A little magic goes a long way toward pinning them down until you can land some hits.

Reaper[edit]

That scythe isn't your only worry; these floral fiends have a punishing petal attack as well. And a trio of Reapers can team up to bloom-bomb a much broader area.

Their flower bud form may be immune to normal attacks, but as a rule, plants don't fare well against magical flames.

Ninja[edit]

Lightning-quick martial arts? Razor-sharp kunai? Phantom clones? Oh, yeah. That' a ninja.

Those clones do look mighty convincing, but a fake's a fake. Stay cool, watch closely, and spot the real deal—then give 'em the chop!

Gambler[edit]

It's all fun and games until somebody gets mauled by a giant playing card. Can you imagine the paper cuts from those things?! When a hand of them start circling you, watch for a flash; that's your cue to dodge.

Not interested in playing dice? Try playing baseball. Batter up!

Berserker[edit]

Is the Nobody swinging the hammer, or the hammer swinging the Nobody? Reading its attacks can be tricky, but each blow hits like a truck, so steer clear of that hammer unless you're interested in air travel.

Oh, and if you see its body shrink and its hammer grow, a combo's coming your way. Think fast!

Sorcerer[edit]

Magic and elemental attacks won't work well against these confounding casters. Know what will? Keyblade to the face.

Watch out when the cubes they've conjured change color; that means pain is incoming. But then, when are ethereal objects glowing red a good' sign?

Unversed[edit]

Flood[edit]

The Unversed equivalent of a Shadow. Agile, but otherwise unimpressive.

Flowersnake[edit]

These pests cling to poles and pipes, where they pump out poison that sticks around for a while. Watch your step!

One blast of the supersonic scream they emit while crawling along the floor and you'll be stunned. Bring the hurt before it can bring the noise.

Spiked Turtletoad[edit]

When it gets puffed up, you get roughed up. Watch out for that flying press once its belly fills with air! The shell on its back is Keyblade-proof, so you'll have to find softer places to smack.

It can swallow nearby Flowersnakes, then sprout them as toxic turrets. And if it swallows you... Don't let it swallow you.

Turtletoad[edit]

Unlike their larger cousins, these little guys have soft shells that are very much not Keyblade-proof.

They can't swallow you up, either, which is always a plus. Just don't think that makes them harmless; these rotten ribbiters still pack a punch!

Lump of Horror[edit]

A hideous, gloopy giant that mucked about in Monsters, Incorporated. The fact that it listened to Randall is enough to tell you it wasn't very nice.

It shape-shifted and sprouted a dark army of arms from the ground, but in the end Sora and the gang reduced it to a lifeless pile of machinery.

Others (Toy Box)[edit]

Gigas: Power Type[edit]

One of Galaxy Toys' coolest products. Unfortunately, this one's being piloted by a Toy Trooper with a taste for terror.

This model boasts a sturdy hull and brutal close-quarter attacks. Keep your distance, and avoid that shoulder tackle at all costs!

Gigas: Speed Type[edit]

One of Galaxy Toys' coolest products. Unfortunately, this one's being piloted by a Toy Trooper with a penchant for peril.

This model's speed and agility are its greatest weapons.

Well, that and the mega-cluster of explosives it fires from its shoulder cannons.

Gigas: Gunner Type[edit]

One of Galaxy Toys' coolest products. Unfortunately, this one's being piloted by a Toy Trooper that's keen on chaos.

This long-range model's a bit of a glass cannon, so get up in its face and smash it to bits!

The energy rounds it fires from its shoulder cannons are blazingly fast, so get out of the way as soon as it starts to takes aim.

Beasts & Bugs[edit]

An unlucky denizen of Galaxy Toys that was possessed by a Marionette.

Expect these quick critters to zip out of range and let their cannons fly. That's about the only thing they can do, actually.

Patchwork Animals[edit]

An unlucky denizen of Galaxy Toys that was possessed by a Marionette.

These simple-minded plushies only know one trick: chaaarge! Use magic to trip them up, then give them some new stitches.

Air Droids[edit]

An unlucky denizen of Galaxy Toys that was possessed by a Marionette.

When these nuisances aren't blasting you with their arm cannons, they're blasting you with gale-force winds. The good news? They can't do both at the same time. When they switch on that fan, use magic to blow them away!

Bouncy Pets[edit]

An unlucky denizen of Galaxy Toys that was possessed by a Marionette.

These bouncy baddies rarely sit still for long. Use those brief pauses to take the spring out of their step!

Supreme Smasher[edit]

An unlucky denizen of Galaxy Toys that was possessed by a Marionette.

This massive menace gave Sora and his friends a run for their money, but in the end no deadly claws or terrible tower turrets were a match for the mighty Rex.

Yes, that Rex.

Angelic Amber[edit]

An unlucky denizen of Galaxy Toys that was possessed by a Marionette.

Unpredictable and erratic, her moves made her a maddening foe to face. After Sora and his team freed her from the Marionette's ill influence, she bore a melancholy expression.