Kraken

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Kraken

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Katakana クラーケン Other Emblem.png
Rōmaji Kurāken
Homeworld The Caribbean
Origin Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Game Kingdom Hearts III

The Kraken is a legendary, monstrous cephalopod-like sea monster in Kingdom Hearts III. It originated from Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.

Story[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Tia Dalma mentions the Kraken was the one who dragged Jack Sparrow and his beloved Pearl to the Locker, and that most who hear of it tend to run for shore to avoid its wrath. During the battle against the Dutchman, Luxord calls upon the Kraken to remove the Pearl from "the game", forcing Sora's ship to fire on the beast to free the vessel. During the fight on the Dutchman, the Kraken's tentacles lash out at the heroes when they gain the upper hand against Davy Jones.

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Gameplay[edit]

Only the Kraken's tentacles holding the Pearl are very vulnerable. The ones being used as barrier are much tougher, and requite a lot of time to wear down; this however, is a very poor choice, as it will allow the Kraken to being crushing the Pearl without interuption. Adding onto this is the Flying Dutchman firing on the Leviathan from different angles

The best method is to fire at the gaps in the Kraken's tentacles to damage it. Take out the Dutchman by firing on its orbs, powering up the ship's bombarding attacks and use them on the Kraken to deal a huge amount of damage at once. Make use of the barrier to hold off fire from the Dutchman, and then retaliate with cannon fire to allow yourself some breathing room to fire on the Kraken.

Origin[edit]

The Kraken first appeared as an antagonist in the 2006 film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. It is based on the mythological entity of the same name. In the film, Davy Jones has the power to summon it and use it to attack whatever he commands, due to Davy Jones's power to mark those who owed him debt with a black spot. The Kraken destroys two ships; the first is the Edinburgh Trader, which Will Turner is on. It later destroys the Black Pearl, in which it seems to swallow and kill Jack Sparrow, although it took him to Davy Jones' Locker. In Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, Davy Jones is forced to kill the Kraken under the orders of Lord Cutler Beckett, who controls his heart.