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Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories Episode 11
Yen Press translation
Publisher Tokyopop
Yen Press
First published February 2007 (TP)
June 2013 (YP)
Cover date February 2007 (TP)
June 2013 (YP)
Written by Shiro Amano
Letters by Kimie Kim (TP)
Edits by Peter Ahlstrom (TP)
Continuity Manga continuity
Chronology Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories


Larxene tells Sora of Naminé's powers: how she can rewrite and recreate Sora's memories. Larxene further explains that the now-lifeless Riku before them is actually a puppet Vexen made. Larxene prepares to fight Sora, saying he will forget this event soon enough.

Donald and Goofy are not far behind, still following Sora. Meanwhile, Sora is losing in the battle against Larxene. Larxene mocks Sora, claiming his friends left due to Sora's obsession for searching for Naminé. Sora falls down, unable to stand up. Naminé rushes in front of him, wanting to protect him. Larxene knocks Naminé aside, saying she will never have a life outside of this castle. Sora jumps up, rushing to Naminé. He stands before her, remembering the promise the two made. Despite Larxene's attempts to reason, Sora is fixated on following his memories- real or not. Goofy and Donald then arrive, providing Sora the much needed backup. Together, the three successfully defeat Larxene. Naminé now sits next to the Riku Replica. She tells the group that they can get their memories back if they defeat the castle's administrator and make it to the top floor. The group leaves, setting off to defeat Marluxia. Not long after the group leaves, Naminé is taken by a person wearing a black coat.

In one of Castle Oblivion's basement levels, Riku defeats Lexaeus, who reveals that Sora is also in the castle.

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Castle Oblivion


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