Wreck-It Ralph

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Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph KHIII.png

Katakana レック・イット・ラルフ Other Emblem.png
Rōmaji Rekku Itto Rarufu
Homeworld Niceland
Game Central Station
Origin Wreck-It Ralph
Games Kingdom Hearts III
Kingdom Hearts Union χ
Wreck-It Ralph

Kingdom Hearts III
Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

A friend that answered Sora's call through the power of the Heartbinder.

Wreck-It Ralph is a summon from Kingdom Hearts III. He is originally from Disney's Wreck-It Ralph.

He is obtainable after beating the Verum Rex mini-game in Toy Box.

Story[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Union χ[edit]

When Player arrives at Niceland, they spot Ralph destroying a building and proceed to scale it to confront him. Confused by their appearance, Ralph assumes that Player is going Turbo and fights them to protect his game. Following his defeat, Ralph falls off the building and retreats to his home in the dumps, wishing to be a hero like Felix.

Appearance[edit]

Wreck-It Ralph is a large giant of a man, especially in his arms which are meant for crushing. He has spiky dark brown hair and thick eyebrows. He wears brown overalls with one strap across his right shoulder while the left strap is broken. He wears a red plaid shirt with a green undershirt. He is also barefoot.

Abilities[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

His Link is known as 8-Bit Blast. Sora rides on Wreck-It Ralph's shoulders. Wreck-It Ralph can tackle enemies using Rush. He can also place blocks which have lights which can stun enemies, letting Wreck-It Ralph attack them.

Origin[edit]

Wreck-It Ralph first appeared as the titular protagonist of Disney's 2012 film Wreck-It Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly. He is the antagonist of the fictional arcade game Fix-It Felix, Jr., in which he, due to his home having been demolished by citizens of Niceland, decides to wreck Niceland's buildings in revenge. However, Ralph has been unappreciated by the game's characters due to his role as the "bad guy" and Felix as the "hero," so he desires to be a hero for once. At his game's 30th anniversary, Ralph decides to venture out into Litwak's Arcade to become a hero, stumbling upon the first-person shooter Hero's Duty in the process. While acquiring the game's medal to prove his status as a hero, he accidentally awakens a virus known as a Cy-Bug and, after a series of mishaps, is transported into the racing game Sugar Rush. Teaming up with resident glitch Vanellope von Schweetz, Ralph sets forth on a mission to prove himself as a hero and to help her fulfill her dreams as a racer.

Ralph's adventures are continued in the sequel film Ralph Breaks the Internet, where he and Vanellope enter the Internet to save Sugar Rush from destruction.