Talk:Gummi Blocks (KH)

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Tasks
  • Add etymology
  • Add lead
  • Finish mechanics
  • Rearrange Special Gummis to match order in game; rearrange mechanics section if needed
  • Add obtainment column for all
  • Incorporate acronyms/explanations for stats, and possibly buy/sell prices with obtainment.
The Warp-G is given to you after locking the Keyhole in Traverse Town. The Transform-G is received after you obtain the Navi-G piecies from Traverse Town and Neverland and speak to Cid in Traverse Town. The Warp-G does not appear to be an equipable gummi in Final Mix, instead being an auto-applied ability."We're werewolves, not swearwolves." (KrytenKoro) 12:14, 5 October 2013 (UTC)

Obtainment Notes[edit]

Cockpit

  • Cure-G:
  • Curaga-G: buy for 500 munny (Cid)
  • Life-G: buy for 750 (Cid)
  • Full-Life-G:

Engines

  • Fire-G: buy for 120 (Cid)
  • Fira-G: buy for 250 (Cid)
  • Firaga-G: buy for 500 (Cid)
  • Flare-G: buy for 1,000 (Cid)
  • Holy-G: buy for 1,500 (Cid)

Armor

  • Protect-G's (all): buy for 20 munny, sell for 02 (Cid); Sylphs, Remora (check on the enemies, see below)
  • Shell-G's (all): sell for 03 (Cid); Cindy, Goblins (check on the enemies, see below)
  • Dispel-G's (all): sell for 04 (Cid); Shiva, Imps (check on the enemies, see below)

Wings

  • Aero-G's (all): buy for 20, sell for 01 (Cid); Remora (check on the enemies, see below)
  • Aerora-G's (all): buy for 40, sell for 02 (Cid)
  • Aeroga-G's (all): buy for 40, sell for 04 (Cid)
  • Float-G's (both): sell for 03 (Cid)
  • Tornado-G's (both): sell for 05 (Cid)

Special

  • Drain-G's (both): buy for 500 (Cid)
  • Esuna-G (Circle): buy for 400 (Cid)
  • Esuna-G (Square): buy for 250 (Cid)
  • Haste-G: buy for 1,000 (Cid)
  • Haste2-G: buy for 1,500 (Cid)
  • Osmose-G's (both): buy for 1,000 (Cid)
  • Warp-G: Seal Traverse Town
  • Transform-G: Get Navi-G Gummis from Neverland and Traverse Town, speak to Cid
  • Scan-G [scans just area ahead]: buy for 250 (Cid)
  • Scan-G [scans all directions]: buy for 500 (Cid)
  • Shield-G: buy for 500 (Cid)
  • Shield2-G: buy for 1,500 (Cid)
  • Thunder-G: buy for 500 (Cid)
  • Thundara-G: buy for 1,000 (Cid)
  • Thundaga-G: buy for 1,500 (Cid)
  • Comet-G: buy for 500 (Cid)
  • Meteor-G: buy for 1,500 (Cid)
  • Ultima-G: buy for 2,500 (Cid)

Obtainment Discussion[edit]

I've added all I could from my main save file (post rescue, group lvl 100, all achievements/extras/yadda-yadda) for Cid's shop. I'll reload a pre-rescue file and see if I can add anymore. I went through a few Gummi routes in the first "sphere" of worlds [Traverse Town, Wonderland, Deep Jungle, Olympus Coliseum] and attempted to match enemies with their respective drops. While I'm confident in my matching, I would definitely check it with others/an FAQ/something else. The guidebook does not mention anything about the Gummi enemies or their drops.--Xion4ever 01:49, 8 June 2013 (UTC)

Stats & Full Order (taken from in-game)[edit]

Gummi Block Type Description Stats
Cure-G Cockpit Enhances recovery items effect a bit. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Curaga-G Cockpit Enhances recovery items effect. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Life-G Cockpit Restores ARM once when it runs out. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Full-Life-G Cockpit Restores max ARM once when it runs out. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack:0
Fire-G Engine Low-power, supercompact engine. Defense: 2
Speed: 1
Attack: 0
Fira-G Engine Mid-power, compact engine. Defense: 3
Speed: 1
Attack: 0
Firaga-G Engine Mid-power, mid-size engine. Defense: 3
Speed: 2
Attack: 0
Flare-G Engine High-power, mid-size engine. Defense: 3
Speed: 2
Attack: 0
Holy-G Engine High-power, full-size engine. Defense: 3
Speed: 3
Attack: 0
Protect-G Armor 1 Reduces damages from attacks by a bit. Defense: 1
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Shell-G Armor 2 Reduces damages from attacks. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Dispel-G Armor 3 Reduces damages form attacks by a lot. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Aerora-G Wing Slightly improves maneuverability. Defense: 2
Speed: 2
Attack: 0
Aeroga-G Wing Improves maneuverability. Defense: 2
Speed: 2
Attack: 0
Tornado-G Wing Greatly improves maneuverability. Defense: 2
Speed: 2
Attack: 0
Float-G Wing Improves maneuverability. Defense: 1
Speed: 2
Attack: 0
Aero-G Wing Wing for making adjustments. Defense: 1
Speed: 1
Attack: 0
Drain-G Special Obtain one item out of reach. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Osmose-G Special Obtain multiple items out of reach. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Transform-G Special Enables the ship to transform. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Warp-G Special Enables warp. Defense: 0
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Scan-G Special Radar that scans ahead. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Scan-G Special Radar that scans every direction. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Haste-G Special Enables acceleration for a set period. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Haste2-G Special Enables acceleration for a set period. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Shield-G Special Shield that protects one section. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Shield2-G Special Shield that protects the entire ship. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Esuna-G [sphere] Special Might reveal invisible objects. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Esuna-G [square] Special Might reveal invisible objects. Defense: 2
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Thunder-G Weapon Small cannon. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 1
Thundara-G Weapon Mid-size cannon. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 2
Thundaga-G Weapon Large cannon. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 3
Comet-G Weapon Small laser. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 1
Meteor-G Weapon Mid-size laser. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 2
Ultima-G Weapon Large laser. Defense: 3
Speed: 0
Attack: 3
Spray Extra Adds color to gummi blocks. Defense: 0
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
Palette Extra Provides a variety of paint colors. Defense: 0
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
SYS. UP1 Extra Assembly area (8). Defense: 0
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
SYS. UP2 Extra Assembly area (10). Defense: 0
Speed: 0
Attack: 0
COM. LV1 Extra 1 blueprint. 100 blocks. Power level 3. N/A
COM. LV2 Extra 5 blueprints. 150 blocks. Power level 5. N/A
COM. LV3 Extra 10 blueprints. 200 blocks. Power level 8. N/A

Merge[edit]

I think that this page and the "Gummi Blocks (KHII)" page should be merged into the "Gummi Blocks" page. Does anyone else think so? It could have these two pages redirecting to it in case there's anyone who's used to typing in the name of the two pages. I think these two pages should be merged with the main Gummi Blocks page, simply to keep things consistent because the pages such as "Heartless", Nobodies", and "Keyblade Wielders" don't have separate pages like "List of Heartless (KH)" and "List of Heartless (KHII)" so it seems weird to me that these Gummi Ship pages are different. Thank you :) --Elfdemon (talk) 23:02, 18 January 2016 (UTC)

This page is for a specific mechanic (the gummi block system in KH1), not a series topic -- that page is Gummi. Merging the two pages would result in simply having one article stapled to the bottom of the other, which isn't helpful. There's no strong overlap in topic here."We're werewolves, not swearwolves." (KrytenKoro) 16:59, 4 February 2016 (UTC)