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In Halloween Town, Sora takes on the appearance of a vampire. However, in Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, whenever he appears in Christmas Town, Sora's attire changes to a black Santa Claus outfit, known as Santa Form.

In his Santa Form, Sora retains the dark, ashen physical appearance, boots, pants, and leg wrappings from his Vampire Form. The rest of his clothing, however, changes radically. His mask is replaced by a large, black hat with a white fur rim and a puff ball on the tip, similar to Santa Claus's, that is pulled over the right half of his face. (more...)

Recently featured: Grim Reaper - Aero - Titan Cup


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The Grim Reaper (グリムリーパー Gurimu Rīpā?) is an Emblem Heartless that is found in Kingdom Hearts II. It is one of the bosses at Port Royal. By exploiting the Medallion, the Grim Reaper can become undead and invulnerable to attack. (more...)
Recently featured: Aero - Titan Cup - Moogle


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Aero (エアロ Earo?), Aerora (エアロラ Earora?), and Aeroga (エアロガ Earoga?) are spells which appear in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. They utilize the "power of wind", and are associated with the Spirit and Gust materials. Aero spells form a miniature tornado that launches their target into the air, and can even be used to shield the user. (more...)
Recently featured: Titan Cup - Moogle - Mission 93: Believe


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The Titan Cup is a competition staged in the Olympus Coliseum's Underworld in Kingdom Hearts II. It is a solo tournament in which only Sora is allowed to participate. It also features a "Key Points gauge", which is depleted as Sora takes damage. The rules are as follows:
  • Level 41.
  • Allies are disabled.
  • Drives are disabled.
  • Limits are enabled, can only use Trinity Limit and Summon Limits.
  • Summons are available. (more...)


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Moogles are creatures that appear in all the Kingdom Hearts games. In Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts coded, they run synthesis shops where Sora or Roxas can synthesize items to make new weapons and armor. In Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories they sell various cards to Sora in Moogle Rooms and in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep they sell Deck Commands that can be purchased in holographic versions of their shops. To date, Moogles are the only characters hailing from the Final Fantasy series to have appeared in all released Kingdom Hearts games. (more...)


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Mission 93 in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is the last mission in Roxas's storyline. On a quest to free Kingdom Hearts and reclaim Xion, Roxas is interrupted by Riku, who seeks the Keyblade wielder for his own accord. The dark enigma wishes for Sora's Nobody to come quietly, but Roxas has other plans. Roxas must evade the Neoshadows that Organization XIII sent to retrieve him. The renegade then battles Riku, as the dark warrior stands in his way on his quest to free Kingdom Hearts and to reclaim Xion. This is the only mission in Story Mode in which Roxas can Dual-Wield, allowing him to cut through iconic Neoshadows like butter. (more...)



The Kingdom Hearts Trading Card Game is a collectible card game originally released by Tomy in Japan and translated into English and released in the U.S. by Fantasy Flight Games in 2007. There are currently seven card sets in Japan and four in the United States. The card sets released in North America thus far are:
  • Base set - The first set of cards in the Japanese counterpart
  • A Darkness Awakened - The second and third sets from the Japanese counterpart
  • Light & Darkness - A combination of the fourth Japanese set and promotional cards released by Tomy in packs of Pocky
  • Break of Dawn - The fourth set released by Fantasy Flight Games. (more...)
Recently featured: Avatar Menu - Dragoon - Treasure Chest


The Avatar Menu is a multiplayer game mode in Kingdom Hearts Re:coded that is largely a port of Kingdom Hearts Mobile, with the addition of the "Avatar Sector" (アバターシステムエリア Abatā Shisutemu Eria?, lit. "Avatar System Area"). The Avatar Menu is subdivided into "Customize Avatar", where the player can design their personal avatar, "Avatar Sector", the special 100-floor System Sector, and "Tag Mode", which allows the player to send and receive Balloon Letters.

The Customize Avatar menu houses the Avatar Parts, a feature based upon the avatar system in Kingdom Hearts Mobile. The Avatar Sector is a special System Sector that is built by the player, one floor at a time. Tag Mode (すれちがい通信 Surechigai Tsuushin?, lit. "Passing Communication") is a communications system which allows the player to obtain Balloon Letters (メール Mēru?, lit. "Mail") from other avatars, which contain Avatar Sector floors and Scratch Cards. (more....)

Recently featured: Dragoon - Treasure Chest - Ultima Weapon


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The Dragoon is a high-ranking Nobody controlled by Xaldin that is found in Kingdom Hearts II.

Dragoons are one of the most powerful Nobodies. When they appear, they drop directly to the ground, causing damage. Jump to avoid the shockwave attack, and then lead up with a combo. They use the jump attack constantly, and it can make fighting difficult. (more....)


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Treasure Chests are scattered throughout the worlds of the Kingdom Hearts series. Most items are found within chests, though there are a few that are obtained as event rewards, bought from shops, or found by interacting with the scenery of a world. In Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, treasure chests are only available using either Calm Bounty, Guarded Trove, False Bounty, or Key to Rewards cards, while no chests appear at all in Kingdom Hearts coded and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, as they are replaced by Prize Blox, or in Atlantica in Kingdom Hearts II. Chests come in two sizes, large and small ones. Their specific design and appearances are based on the world they appear in. (more....)


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The Ultima Weapon (アルテマウェポン Arutema Wepon?) is a Keychain for Sora's Keyblade, which appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. The Keychain is also available for Terra's, Ventus's, and Aqua's Keyblades in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. It is the most powerful Keychain, and requires an incredible amount of effort to obtain in all four games; in Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, it is the final recipe in item synthesis; in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, it can only be found randomly in a chest after clearing both stories; in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, it is the reward for the final match in the Mirage Arena, the Villains' Vendetta. Unlike other Keychains, each game's version of the Ultima Weapon has a different design, and shares only the name and the phenomenal quality of its stats. (more....)


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The Land of Departure is a world in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. It is the original "hub" world of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, similar to Kingdom Hearts's Traverse Town, Kingdom Hearts II's Hollow Bastion, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days's The World That Never Was, and Kingdom Hearts coded's Disney Castle. The Land of Departure is one of few special worlds in the Kingdom Hearts universe that is located between the Realm of Light and the Realm of Darkness. The Land of Departure has physical qualities of several major worlds from the Kingdom Hearts series. The Land of Departure is shown in artwork to be set high in grassy mountains, surrounded by flowing water. The building itself decreases in width as it reaches the ground, tall spires protruding from the roof. Two lengths of golden chain connect the castle to twin peaks. (more....)