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For the Power Crystal appearing in Kingdom Hearts, see Energy.
Power
"A gem shard containing essence of strength. Used for item synthesis."
"A gem containing essence of strength. Used for item synthesis."
"A mysterious stone filled with power. Used for item synthesis."
Japanese
Rōmaji Chikara

Item Rarity Buy Sell
Shard ★☆☆☆☆
Gem ★★☆☆☆
Stone ★★★★☆
Power
Power
Power
Power Shard KHII.png
"A gem fragment filled with power. A very common ingredient of item synthesis."
Power Stone KHII.png
"A stone filled with power. A common ingredient of item synthesis."
Power Gem KHII.png
"A gem abundant with power. A rare ingredient of item synthesis."
Power Crystal KHII.png
"A mysterious crystal abundant with power. A very rare ingredient of item synthesis."
Japanese
Rōmaji Chikara

Type Blue Ingredient
Item Rank Buy Sell
Shard Material Class Icon C KHII.png 100[1] Munny
Stone Material Class Icon B KHII.png 200[2] Munny
Gem Material Class Icon A KHII.png 400[3] Munny
Crystal Material Class Icon S KHII.png
Pulsing
Crystal
"Used when melding commands. It attaches various abilities—some, for example, which increase the damage you deal with certain types of attacks."
Japanese
Rōmaji Chikara

Item Buy Sell
Crystal 300 Medals[4] Munny
Pulsing
Power Shard KHII.png
"A sliver of magic that rumbles with strength. (Synthesis material)"
Power Stone KHII.png
"A splintered stone imbued with might. (Synthesis material)"
Power Gem KHII.png
"A fine jewel that can barely contain the force within it. (Synthesis material)"
Power Crystal KHII.png
"A miraculous crystal formed of pure might. (Synthesis material)"
Japanese
Rōmaji Chikara

Item Rank Buy Sell
Shard Material Class Icon C KHIII.png 100[5] Munny
Stone Material Class Icon B KHIII.png 200[6] Munny
Gem Material Class Icon A KHIII.png 300[7] Munny
Crystal Material Class Icon S KHIII.png

Pulsing, also translated as "Power"[8], is a material type introduced in Kingdom Hearts. Pulsing materials contain the essence of strength and are associated with Stop magic.

Design[edit]

Pulsing materials are represented by deep blue jewels with an Elemental material structure.

The name "pulsing" clearly references the "essence of strength" the material contains.

Drops[edit]

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix introduced the Power Stone, dropped only by the Sniperwild.

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Treasures[edit]

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Recipe[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Pulsing Crystals can be synthesized once 30 different synthesis materials are obtained.

Other Methods[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

  • Pulsing Shard: Pulsing Shard x3 is one of the possible Prize Postcard rewards.
  • Pulsing Stone: Pulsing Stone x2 is one of the possible Prize Postcard rewards.

Synthesized items[edit]

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

In Kingdom Hearts, Power materials are used to synthesize the following items:

In Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Power materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

Power materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Pulsing materials are used to add the following abilities:

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Pulsing materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Pulsing materials are used to forge the following Keychains:

  • Favorite Deputy Keychain KHIII.png Favorite Deputy LV5, 6, 8 to 10 (3 Pulsing Stones, 3 Pulsing Gems, 1 Pulsing Crystal total)
  • Nano Gear Keychain KHIII.png Nano Gear LV4, 7, 9 (1 Pulsing Stone, 1 Pulsing Gem, 1 Pulsing Crystal total)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ The Power Shard can be purchased once 30 have been deposited.
  2. ^ The Power Stone can be purchased once 25 have been deposited.
  3. ^ The Power Gem can be purchased once 20 have been deposited.
  4. ^ The Pulsing Crystal is available at Arena level 1.
  5. ^ The Pulsing Shard can be purchased once 30 have been deposited.
  6. ^ The Pulsing Stone can be purchased once 25 have been deposited.
  7. ^ The Pulsing Gem can be purchased once 20 have been deposited.
  8. ^ The "Energy Crystal" in Kingdom Hearts was mistranslated in the English release as a "Power Crystal".
  9. ^ a b The Bouncywild and Powerwild drop Power Shards twice as much as normal if they slip on a banana peel.
  10. ^ The White Mushroom drops a Power Shard if a Stop spell is the last of three different spells cast on it.
  11. ^ At Halloween Town, Bambi drops a Power Shard 40% of the time the second time his gauge is filled, and 60% of the time the third time his gauge is filled.
  12. ^ The Battleship drops a Power Gem twice as much as normal if its mast is broken.
  13. ^ The White Mushroom drops a Power Gem 10% of the time if a Stop spell is the last of three different spells cast on it, and 40% of the time if all three are a Stop spell.
  14. ^ At Halloween Town, Bambi drops a Power Gem 30% of the time the third time his gauge is filled.
  15. ^ Soldiers can drop Pulsing Stones during fights that require you to fill up Boo's Laugh Gauge in Monstropolis.