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"People cannot gain anything without sacrificing something. You must present something of equal value in order to gain something. That is the principle of equivalent exchange"
Alphonse Elric from Full Metal Alchemist

I work here sometimes. Former admin at The Keyhole, former moderator at the KHWiki. Helps run and @KHDatabase on Twitter.

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KH3 Ultimania Interviews[edit | edit source]

Here for reference, translations by @lunesacree on Twitter. Please also see References section.

Notes on Critical (NG+)[edit | edit source]

  • It hard
  • All Keyblades transfer
    • All keyblades start at level 1.
  • New ablilites
    • Critical Counter
    • Critical Recharge
    • Critical Converter
  • More returning abilites at start
    • Aerial Recovery
    • Block
    • Counter Slash
    • Counter Impact
    • Counter Kick
    • Final Blow
    • Risk Dodge
    • Rising Spiral
    • Groundbreaker
    • Sonic Slash
    • Buzz Saw
    • Somersault
    • Sonic Cleave
    • Dodge Roll
    • Air Slide (x3)
    • Aerial Dodge
    • Wall Kick
    • Pole Spin
    • Pole Swing
    • Superslide (x3)
    • Zero EXP
    • Scan
    • Assist Friends
    • Magic Lock-on
    • Combo Master
    • Damage Control
  • Start with Soldier's Earring (Has Defender ability)
  • "Proof of Times Past" is reward for completion
  • End screen art is Super Groupies art

Gifts[edit | edit source]


End of the World- Final Rest (Art) KH.png This user battled their way through the End of the World to reach FinalRest

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Note: “release day” in this context is likely talking about the day was game was completed, not when it went on sale
  2. The official translation is correct: in the context of the situation, Xehanort is the “scapegoat”, and the Keyblade itself has no name.