Trinity Sled

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Trinity Sled (トリニティスレッド Toriniti Sureddo?) is a Situation Command that appears in Kingdom Hearts III. It allows the user to ride on Goofy's shield.

Mechanics[edit]

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In Kingdom Hearts III, Trinity Sled is a Situation Command that can be used in certain areas. When used, Sora, Donald and Goofy hop on Goofy's shield and begin sledding across the ground at a high speed for an indefinite duration. Trinity Sled can be ended manually using Cancel and will end automatically if combat starts or the user bumps into a surface 4 times, with each bump causing the user's speed to decrease. Trinity Sled can be used to run over and collect crabs in The Caribbean, as well as to gain points by running over flans in the Cherry Flan mini-game.

When escaping the avalanche and sledding down the mountain in Arendelle, Trinity Sled functions slightly differently, as the Jump command becomes available, the Situation Command cannot be ended manually with Cancel, and bumping into a surface will only cause the user to take damage rather than causing the user to be slowed or end the Situation Command.

Learning Trinity Sled[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

  • Trinity Sled first becomes available when first encountering the fires in Olympus. Trinity Sled is then available when encountering fires in Olympus, when escaping the avalanche and sliding down the North Mountain in Arendelle, when entering certain areas of Port Royal in The Caribbean, during the Frozen Slider mini-game, and during the Cherry Flan mini-game.

Story[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

In Olympus, Sora, Donald, and Goofy have their paths blocked by a path of fire, and are stuck until Goofy realizes his shield blocks the fire and can be sled on to safely traverse the fires, thus allowing the group to continue on their path.

Later in Arendelle, Goofy uses his shield as a sled to allow himself, Sora, and Donald to escape the path of an avalanche.

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