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Sora

Sora, as he appears in Kingdom Hearts. His white gloves, red shorts, and large yellow shoes are designed after Mickey Mouse's clothes.
Game series Kingdom Hearts series
First game Kingdom Hearts
Designed by Tetsuya Nomura
Voice actor(s) (English) Haley Joel Osment (Sora)
Jesse McCartney (Roxas)
Voice actor(s) (Japanese) Miyu Irino (Sora)
Koki Uchiyama (Roxas)
In-universe information
Weapon Keyblade
Home Destiny Islands

Sora (ソラ?) is the protagonist of the Kingdom Hearts role-playing video game series. He is an upbeat and cheerful teenager and though he may seem simple-minded and naïve at times, he possesses an unwavering heart and his strong sense of justice is extraordinary. At times, he is impulsive and quick to anger, but he is always sincere about what he says and does. He comes from Destiny Islands and is best friends with Riku and Kairi. Sora is derived from the Japanese word for sky ( sora?), in comparison with sea ( kai?) and land ( riku?). Image File history File links Gtk-dialog-info. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... It has been suggested that Riku (Kingdom Hearts) be merged into this article or section. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (800x1301, 127 KB) Licensing File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Kingdom Hearts video game. ... Mickey Mouse headshot The image above is proposed for deletion. ... This does not cite its references or sources. ... Kingdom Hearts video game. ... Tetsuya Nomura ) (born October 8, 1970) is a Japanese video game director and character designer working for Square Enix (formerly Square). ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Haley Joel Osment (born April 10, 1988) is an Academy Award-nominated American actor. ... Jesse A. McCartney (born April 9, 1987) is an American pop singer and Daytime Emmy-nominated actor. ... Miyu Irino ) (February 19, 1988 - ) is a Japanese voice actor born in Tokyo. ... Koki Uchiyama (内山 昂輝 Uchiyama Kōki, born in 1988) is a seiyÅ« (voice actor) and actor born in Japan. ... A protagonist is the main figure of a piece of literature or drama and has the main part or role. ... This does not cite its references or sources. ... In role-playing, participants adopt characters, or parts, that have personalities, motivations, and backgrounds different from their own. ... “Computer and video games” redirects here. ... Riku ) is a fictional character from the Kingdom Hearts series. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ...


In the story of Kingdom Hearts, Sora's being splits in two, producing Roxas (ロクサス Rokusasu?), a Nobody. This "Nobody" plays part in Kingdom Hearts II. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... Kingdom Hearts II ) is an action role-playing game developed by Square Enix Co. ...


Sora is voiced by Haley Joel Osment in the English versions of the Kingdom Hearts video games and by Miyu Irino in the Japanese versions. Haley Joel Osment (born April 10, 1988) is an Academy Award-nominated American actor. ... Miyu Irino ) (February 19, 1988 - ) is a Japanese voice actor born in Tokyo. ...

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Kingdom Hearts

Sora is fourteen years old at the beginning of Kingdom Hearts and lives on the Destiny Islands with his best friends Riku and Kairi, and others including Selphie, Tidus, and Wakka. Sora and his two close friends Riku and Kairi seek to see the world beyond the islands and begin to build a raft. However, a strange dark force storms the islands. Riku welcomes the darkness as a pathway to new worlds, but Sora denies it and is swept away from his home and separated from his friends. He drifted through the corridors of darkness, an interdimensional pathway, and ended up in a place known as Traverse Town. Kingdom Hearts video game. ... Selphie Tilmitt is one of the central playable characters in Squaresofts (now Square Enix) RPG Final Fantasy VIII. Selphies first appearance in the game comes when she runs into Squall Leonhart while late for her class. ... Tidus ) is the protagonist in the Square-Enix role-playing video game Final Fantasy X. As the leading character, the player controls Tidus through the world based in the game, manipulating his actions through the unfolding storyline in traditional Final Fantasy style. ... Wakka ) is a playable character in the Square-Enix video game Final Fantasy X. He is voiced by John DiMaggio (who also voices Kimahri) in the English version and Kazuya Nakai in the Japanese version. ... Riku ) is a fictional character from the Kingdom Hearts series. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ...


There he meets Donald Duck and Goofy, the respective Royal Court Magician and Captain of the Royal Guard of Disney Castle. They are under direct orders found in a letter left behind by their king, Mickey, to find Leon and a mysterious "key" that will supposedly save the worlds from the darkness and ultimately destruction. King Mickey has mysteriously disappeared and is on his own mission conducting an investigation into the darkness that is slowly swallowing world after world. The three of them decide to look for their friends together, especially since Donald and Goofy believe Sora will be the one to defeat the dark force because he bears a weapon known as the Keyblade, perhaps this mysterious "key" Mickey was talking about. Donald Duck is an animated cartoon and comic-book character from Walt Disney Productions. ... It has been suggested that Goofy holler be merged into this article or section. ... Mickey Mouse headshot The image above is proposed for deletion. ... Squall Leonhart is the main protagonist of the landmark RPG Final Fantasy VIII. At 17 years old, Squall is a student at Balamb Garden, a prestigious military academy for elite mercenaries. ...


In Traverse Town, Sora finds Riku and discovers that neither of them can find Kairi. After finding Riku cast into darkness, Maleficent started poisoning his mind against Sora, making him think that by befriending Donald and Goofy, Sora has forgotten about him and Kairi. He then decides to find Kairi on his own. Sora ends up traversing multiple worlds to stop the Heartless and rescue the Seven Princesses of Heart, who are the key to opening the final Keyhole that will show the path to Kingdom Hearts, the objective of the villains controlling the Heartless. The symbol of the Heartless The Heartless ) are creatures of darkness who serve as the antagonists in the fictional universe of the Kingdom Hearts video game series. ...


After reaching Hollow Bastion, Sora loses the Keyblade to Riku after he was revealed to be the rightful keyblade master. The reason the keyblade chose Sora is because he chose light and good, while Riku opened himself to darkness. This in turn causes Donald and Goofy to abandon him for Riku as per their orders but loyalty soon brings them back to Sora. Riku loses the Keyblade to Sora after he chooses darkness over light of his own free will. Enraged, he fights Sora, but is defeated.


After this, the party encounters Maleficent. She is defeated by Sora and retreats towards the inner chamber. Riku, who is now possessed by Xehanort's Heartless, offers his help to defeat Sora. Sora and gang arrive and Riku unlocks Maleficent's "true darkness" by impaling her with his dark Keyblade, turning her into a black dragon. She is defeated once more by Sora. Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ... Xehanort ) is a fictional character in the video game Kingdom Hearts series and is the main villain of the series. ...


Soon after, Sora meets up with Riku again, where Sora learns that Kairi's heart was within him since the destruction of Destiny Islands. Sora engages in yet another battle with Riku and wins once more. In order to return Kairi's heart and make her conscious again, Sora impales himself with the dark Keyblade that Riku wielded to remove his and her hearts, becoming a Heartless himself for a short period before being saved because of Kairi's voice and deep feelings for him, leads him back to the Light. His tenure as a Heartless brings Roxas into existence at Twilight Town, where he is found by Xemnas and inducted into Organization XIII. Naminé, Kairi's Nobody, is also born out of Kairi's heart and Sora's body and soul. Xehanort ) is a fictional character in the video game Kingdom Hearts series and is the main villain of the series. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


After regrouping in Traverse Town, Kairi gives Sora her lucky charm, since he insists that she should stay behind while he tries to get Riku back. This is where he makes the promise; to return the charm to her, which is constantly emphasized in the series.


Sora returns to Hollow Bastion afterwards to seal its Keyhole. Before sealing it, however, Leon warns Sora that once Xehanort's Heartless is defeated, they may no longer be able to see each other. This worries Sora, but he closes the Keyhole regardless.


Sora and his friends manage to defeat Xehanort's Heartless at End of the World, a place where all the lost worlds that fell into darkness converge. As Sora investigates the door to darkness, Riku and King Mickey appear on the other side of the door and together they seal it from both sides; with Sora's Keyblade from the realm of light and Mickey's Keyblade from the realm of darkness.


As the worlds begin to restore themselves, Kairi and Sora are separated. Sora promises to return to her as soon as he finds Riku and the doorway to light.


Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories begins with Sora encountering a mysterious man in a long black hooded cloak who informs Sora that "ahead lies something you need, but to claim it, you must lose something dear." The man disappears and only one path remains. The trio follow the path which lead them to a mysterious castle known as Castle Oblivion. They enter the castle hoping to find some clues as to the whereabouts of their friends only to discover as they ascend the floors of the fortress, the more memories they lose and the more uncertain they become. Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is a video game for the Game Boy Advance and the second installment in the Kingdom Hearts series, bridging the gap between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. This game was released in the United States on December 7, 2004. ...


Little do they know, their memories are being manipulated by a mysterious organization that seek to capture and manipulate Sora. To do this, they use Naminé, Kairi's Nobody who can rearrange the "chains" of memories in a person's heart and create new links. In order to make Sora forget Kairi, Naminé begins to replace his memories of her with herself. Meanwhile, a conflict between the Organization's members leads to several encounters between Sora and Riku. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ...


Their uncertainty builds to a point where they end up in Twilight Town, a place that Sora is fairly certain that he has never been in, thus should not exist in his memory. Organization member IV Vexen reveals that it is a place that exists on the other side of Sora's heart, referring to Roxas, but is eliminated by Axel, another member of the Organization, before he can explain anything. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ...


Axel ends up betraying Marluxia, the lord of Castle Oblivion, revealing that Marluxia and Larxene, new members of their group, intended to use Sora to overthrow the Organization. Axel manipulates Naminé into doing what she believes is right, with her revealing to Sora that she never existed in his memory and that she had been replacing the person most important to him. Riku appears to them again and is defeated by Sora. When Sora tries to help the injured Riku, he attacks Sora. Naminé uses her power to break Riku's memory, thus his heart as well, and it causes him to collapse. Larxene comes forth to eliminate Sora and Riku, who is revealed to actually be a "Riku Replica", created by Vexen. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... This is a list of characters from the video game series Kingdom Hearts, sorted by importance, then by world. ...


Sora defeats Larxene and forgives a regretful Naminé for her actions. She promises to restore the memories of the trio once they reach the 13th Floor of Castle Oblivion, where Marluxia is waiting for them. Axel attempts to destroy Marluxia himself but when Marluxia uses Naminé as a human shield Sora steps in and defeats Axel, and afterwards, Marluxia. Once Marluxia is defeated, Naminé asks that they step into machines that will help her rearrange their memories back to the way they were at the cost of breaking the links she had earlier created. She also informs him that the process will take some time, during which Sora, Donald, and Goofy will sleep as their memories are slowly restored. While they know that they will forget Naminé, Sora promises her that while she is forgotten, she will remain in his heart, never lost.


Kingdom Hearts II

Sora, as he appears in Kingdom Hearts II

During the year after Chain of Memories, Roxas, seeking to find why he is able to use Keyblades, leaves Organization XIII to Axel's disappointment. While in the World That Never Was, Roxas encounters Heartless and Riku. The two assist each other in defeating the Heartless, but battle each other afterwards, with Riku eventually proving to be the victor. Roxas is then sent into a virtual version of Twilight Town, with his memories erased by Naminé to throw off any Organization pursuers. This was all part of DiZ's plan to awaken Sora. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (637x1024, 281 KB) File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (637x1024, 281 KB) File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Kingdom Hearts II ) is an action role-playing game developed by Square Enix Co. ... DiZ ) is a character from the video games Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II. He is also the original Ansem, referred to as Ansem the Wise ). He experimented on Xehanort, who was believed to be Ansem in Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. ...


Kingdom Hearts II begins in the Twilight Town simulation, where Roxas believes that he is a friend of three other teenagers named Pence, Olette and Hayner. As events in the virtual town progress, Roxas is confronted with confusing sights, such as Axel's appearance, and bizarre dreams filled with Sora's memories and hearkening back to his time with the Organization. Roxas eventually regains his memories, and is forced to merge with Sora. [1] Kingdom Hearts II ) is an action role-playing game developed by Square Enix Co. ...


Sora, now 15, awakens in Twilight Town with Donald and Goofy, with their memories restored, although they cannot remember what happened in Castle Oblivion. Continuing their journey to find Riku and King Mickey, they set out travel across new worlds, meeting old friends and enemies from the original Kingdom Hearts game, battling the Heartless and a new threat, the remaining members of the Organization they encountered in Chain of Memories.


Soon after exploring Twilight Town, Sora and company head off to the Tower and Sora obtains new attire—on the advice of master sorcerer Yen Sid—from Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, the fairies from Sleeping Beauty. In a nod to the film, the three fairies at first all want Sora's new outfit to be their respective color, until finally Sora convinces them to stop fooling around. The new outfit enables Sora to transform into new forms and attain special powers for each of them. The source of the clothing's magic is linked to Sora's heart connected to everyone he had befriended as well as Donald and Goofy, being referred to as a "key that connects everything" by Yen Sid; this is also how Naminé's memory manipulation works. Yen Sid is the name of the sorcerer in the The Sorcerers Apprentice segment of Walt Disneys 1940 film, Fantasia. ... Sleeping Beauty is a 1959 animated feature produced by Walt Disney Productions and originally released to theatres on January 29, 1959. ...

Roxas, Sora's Nobody.

Throughout the game, Sora expresses his determination to bring Riku back home with him to Destiny Islands, where Kairi is patiently waiting for them. The quest gets more complicated when Kairi herself is kidnapped by Axel. Pete (who works for the resurrected Maleficent) and Organization XIII are causing trouble in the other worlds, and King Mickey refuses to give information regarding Riku. Sora must also discover why some of the members of Organization XIII address him as Roxas even after he clearly states his name is Sora. Also throughout the game Sora becomes rather intrigued and interested in the romances between some of his friends, hinting romantic feelings for Kairi, which Donald and Goofy smugly joke about (especially Donald, who says "I know who you're thinking about!"). Kairi is also hinted to have similar feelings for Sora. Image File history File links Roxas_Twi_Tow. ... Image File history File links Roxas_Twi_Tow. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... Pete (also known by countless other names, including Peg-Leg Pete and Black Pete) is a fictional character from the Walt Disney Company stables. ... Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ...


Eventually, Sora, with the help of the Twilight Town kids Hayner, Pence, Olette (the templates of the three friends of Roxas in DiZ's simulated Twilight Town), and Axel, manages to find the route to "the World That Never Was": the stronghold of the Organization, where Kingdom Hearts itself resides. Entering a bizarre world filled with thousands of Nobodies, both Sora and Axel fight together, and Axel sacrifices himself to destroy the marauding horde of Nobodies. With the last of his strength, Axel opens the door to the World That Never Was and reveals his affection for Roxas. Soon after entering the world, Sora's group is ambushed by Nobodies and Sora is forced into a showdown with an Organization member, who turns out to be Roxas in his Organization XIII coat. Afterwards, Sora, Donald, Goofy and King Mickey storm the castle in search of their friends. There, Sora finds Kairi and Riku, and the mysteries of Roxas' identity and King Mickey's secrets are finally solved. The group attempts to stop Xemnas, the leader of the Organization. After they seemingly defeat Xemnas, Naminé and Roxas emerge to speak with each other before fusing with Kairi and Sora to complete themselves. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ...


Sora and Riku are separated from King Mickey, Goofy, Kairi and Donald. They fight Xemnas again on their own and defeat him, though they remain stranded on a moonlit beach with Riku slightly injured. As Sora and Riku share their thoughts about their adventure and friendship, they come to the conclusion that they are perfectly content with staying on the beach while the light realm is safe [2]. As they listen to the waves, a bottle containing Kairi’s letter washes onto the shore. The door to light appears, and both Sora and Riku use it to return to their homeworld: Destiny Islands.


Having brought Riku back home, fused with Roxas and reunited at last with all his friends, Sora returns Kairi's lucky charm that was given to him in Kingdom Hearts [3]. During the credits, Sora is walking around in the Secret Place. He smiles while looking at all the pictures he and Kairi had drawn over the years. He glances down at the picture of Kairi and himself, sees that Kairi drew the other half of a paopu fruit, and smiles.


At the end of the credits, another FMV shows Sora asking Riku what he thinks the door to light was. Riku replies that it was Sora's heart [4]. Kairi runs up to them and give them a bottle she found, containing a letter from King Mickey. The trio then begins to read the letter, its contents a mystery to the player.


World transformations

Sora as he appears in Atlantica
  • In Atlantica from The Little Mermaid, Sora becomes a dolphin-like merman. He has no shirt, and his body from the waist down transforms into a dolphin tail. This form allows Sora to swim around the depths of Atlantica.
  • In Halloween Town from The Nightmare Before Christmas, Sora dons a Halloween costume, making him appear to be a vampire-like creature. If not for this transformation, the macabre inhabitants of the town would not receive him. This costume includes fangs and a mask which changes in accordance to Drive Forms. The Keyblade also becomes dull and dark in color.
  • In Christmas Town of the same world in Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Sora will wear a black Santa suit, a mixture of both the Christmas and Halloween themes. The hat contains an insignia if Sora is in Drive Form.
  • In Space Paranoids, inspired by Tron, Sora appears in an outfit similar to Tron's: dark gray in color with glowing blue circuit lines. The circuit lines change color in relation to Drive Forms. Sora's Keyblade also appears to have blue glowing circuit lines through it.
  • In Timeless River, inspired by Steamboat Willie and other period cartoons, Sora's appearance turns black and white, taking on characteristics of 1920's cartoon characters.
  • In the Pride Lands from The Lion King, Sora becomes a brown lion cub because of his magical clothes. This form has its own abilities and is able to dash quickly.

Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (700x1079, 118 KB) Official artwork of Sora from Atlantica. ... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (700x1079, 118 KB) Official artwork of Sora from Atlantica. ... The Little Mermaid is a 1989 animated feature film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and first released on November 15, 1989 by Walt Disney Pictures. ... Genera See article below. ... This article needs additional references or sources to facilitate its verification. ... Genera See article below. ... Halloweentown Tim Burtons The Nightmare Before Christmas is a 1993 Academy Award-nominated, stop motion animated musical film about the inhabitants of Halloween Town who take over Christmas, directed by stop-motion animator Henry Selick. ... Halloween, or Halloween, is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31, most notably by children, who, in a tradition commonly known as trick-or-treating, dress in costumes and go door-to-door to collect sweets, fruit, and other gifts. ... Tron is a 1982 science fiction film starring Jeff Bridges as Kevin Flynn (and his counterpart inside the electronic world, Clu), Bruce Boxleitner as Alan Bradley (and Tron), Cindy Morgan as Lora Baines (and Yori) and Dan Shor as Ram. ... Steamboat Willie (1928) is an animated cartoon featuring Mickey Mouse released on November 18, 1928. ... This article is about Disneys 1994 film. ... For other uses, see Lion (disambiguation). ...

Drive

In Kingdom Hearts II, Sora has a new ability; he can transform to take on more powerful forms. Similar to Summoning, a certain party member linked to the Drive is removed until Sora reverts. Those Forms can give Sora more abilities to use while in his normal form.

  • Valor Form (Brave Form in Japan) has Sora bond with Goofy; Sora dons a red and black outfit with the fleur-de-lis and gains the ability to wield two Keyblades. This form of Sora focuses on offense attacks, and his speed is increased greatly, but is unable to use magic. The fairies Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather give Sora this Drive Form along with his new set of clothes.
  • Wisdom Form has Sora bond with Donald; Sora's outfit turns blue and black with a blue flame symbol. This Form focuses on Magic, and Sora's Attack command is replaced with Shoot, a long-range attack. In Wisdom Form, Sora hovers and glides along the floor instead of standing and walking, letting him attack or use magic while moving. This form is obtained when Sora completes Timeless River.
  • Master Form is a combination of Valor and Wisdom Forms, achieved by bonding with both current party members. Sora's clothes are colored yellow and black with a cross. In this form, Sora wields two Keyblades. However, unlike the previous Valor Form, Sora's left handed Keyblade floats instead of being held, this allows a longer swinging range. Both strength and magic are increased in this Form, but the boosts are not as high as Valor and Wisdom. Master Form specializes in aerial attacks, although magic attacks used in Master Form are more powerful and somewhat different. This form is obtained after Sora talks to Mickey in Ansem's Study.
  • Final Form is a powerful Drive Form from bonding with both party members. Sora's clothes become a lustrous silver with black Marquesan tattoo-style patterns. Sora wields two Keyblades, floating behind him and are able to attack on their own, and Sora hovers. This Form can be obtained after Sora fights Roxas at the World That Never Was, but the first transformation occurs randomly. After the first transformation, Final Form is accessible in the Drive Menu, as with the other forms. Using this form reduces your chances of turning into Anti Form.
  • AntiForm is triggered by an unseen counter and chance that increases as the player uses drives more often. The chances increase or decrease in certain situations. AntiForm transforms Sora into a black creature, similar to a Heartless. This Form reduces defense and does not allow Sora to do anything but quickly attack with his claws.
  • Limit Form is a form exclusive to Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix. Unlike the other Drive Forms, Sora does not bond with any other party members when entering this form. Sora's clothes during this form are based on the outfit he wore during the original Kingdom Hearts. This form allows Sora to use abilities originally found only in the first game, such as Ars Arcanum and Dodge Roll. Sora receives this form on his second visit to Twilight Town.

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Other Forms

  • "Card Form" occurs when Sora encounters Gambler Nobodies controlled by Organization XIII's tenth member Luxord, or Luxord himself. When Sora loses against them in a draw of cards, he is transformed into a playing-card version of himself. Sora cannot do anything but move or spin himself at enemies.
  • "Die Form" occurs similarly to Card Form; Sora transforms into a die with his face on it by losing a game to a Gambler Nobody or battling Luxord. He has the same limitations as a card, and his only attack is rolling into enemies.

Sora cannot revert from these forms at will; in both cases, he must wait for the "Form" bar to drop to zero in order to return to his regular form. Upon leaving a room, Sora reverts back to his normal state. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Characters of Kingdom Hearts. ... Dice (the plural of die, from Old French de, from Latin datum something given or played [1]) are small polyhedral objects, usually cubical, used for generating random numbers or other symbols. ...


References

  1. ^ Roxas: "Sora...you're lucky. It looks like my summer vacation is...over." Square Enix. Kingdom Hearts II. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. PlayStation 2. (in English). 2006-03-28.
  2. ^ Riku: "If the worlds are made up of light and darkness, we'll be the darkness." Square Enix. Kingdom Hearts II. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. PlayStation 2. (in English). 2006-03-28.
  3. ^ Kairi: "You're home." Square Enix. Kingdom Hearts II. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. PlayStation 2. (in English). 2006-03-28.
  4. ^ Riku: "It's always closer than you think." Square Enix. Kingdom Hearts II. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. PlayStation 2. (in English). 2006-03-28.

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