History VideoGame / KingdomHearts358DaysOver2

13th Aug '17 12:35:04 PM system
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13th Aug '17 5:12:27 AM MugenKagemaru
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* AccidentalPun: Read the quote below and remember who is talking.
-->'''Roxas''': What are you talking about? I am me! ''Nobody'' else! [[note]]Roxas is a Nobody, and he's "nobody" else but himself.[[/note]]


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** [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that Roxas is both newly formed and is learning how recon works.


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* CutsceneIncompetence / CutscenePowerToTheMax: Roxas VS [[spoiler:Ansem!Riku]]. Unplayable, [[OneHitKill Roxas loses,]] [[Franchise/MortalKombat flawless defeat.]]


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* IdenticalStranger: How [[{{Pun}} nobody]] who knew [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep Ventus]] noticed Roxas' resemblance to him is rather odd, especially in Xigbar's case, as he has Ven's DeathGlare memorized to the point that he's even reminded of it when it's Sora, who looks nothing like Roxas, who gives at him in both ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' and ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance Dream Drop Distance]]''.
13th Aug '17 4:27:55 AM MugenKagemaru
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* AxCrazy: Saïx in berserk mode. Subverted for [[spoiler:Xion in her transformed final form. She appears to be this, but she's actually feigning it so that Roxas will destroy her and she can return to Sora.]]

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* AxCrazy: Saïx in berserk mode. Subverted for [[spoiler:Xion in her transformed final form. She appears to be this, but she's actually feigning it so that Roxas will destroy her and she can return to Sora.]]



* TheBattleDidntCount: The last boss is a fight against Riku that the game expects you to win, but the story dictates that he brings Roxas to Naminé so ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' can happen. Due to this, the cutscene after shows him getting up and using the power of Darkness to overcome Roxas.

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* TheBattleDidntCount: The last boss is a fight against Riku that the game expects you to win, but the story dictates that he brings Roxas to Naminé so ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' can happen. Due to this, the cutscene after shows him getting up and using the power avoid contradicting ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', you only fight Riku as himself, while his Ansem form remains TheUnfought instead of Darkness to overcome Roxas.a HopelessBossFight.



* BigBad: Siax is the most prominent opposition Roxas faces throughout the game.

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* BigBad: Siax Saïx is the most prominent opposition Roxas faces throughout the game.



** If you try to fight Saïx or Riku on Mission Mode, you instead encounter the much more powerful (but eerily silent) Anti-Saïx and Anti-Riku.

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** If you try to fight Saïx or Riku on Mission Mode, you instead encounter the much more powerful (but eerily silent) Anti-Saïx and Anti-Riku.



%%* CompetitiveBalance: The mission mode characters tend to fall under this.
* ConnectedAllAlong: This game reveals that Axel and Saïx were friends before joining the Organization and have been plotting together to overthrow it ever since.

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%%* * CompetitiveBalance: The mission mode characters tend to fall under this.
* ConnectedAllAlong: This game reveals that Axel and Saïx were friends before joining the Organization and have been plotting together to overthrow it ever since.



* CriticalHitClass: Saïx in Mission Mode has the highest natural Crit and Crit% stats out of the entire cast, and many of his weapons supplement these with bonuses. A high leveled Saïx with the right equipment can manage to have one out of every three hits be a CriticalHit, and those crits will do enough damage to take off a full HP bar's worth of health.

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* CriticalHitClass: Saïx in Mission Mode has the highest natural Crit and Crit% stats out of the entire cast, and many of his weapons supplement these with bonuses. A high leveled Saïx with the right equipment can manage to have one out of every three hits be a CriticalHit, and those crits will do enough damage to take off a full HP bar's worth of health.



* {{Diary}}: On Saïx's suggestion, Roxas keeps a journal of his time in the Organization. It serves the same purpose as Jiminy's Journal from previous games by giving small recaps of each day's events (assuming the day is story-relevant), on top of giving some insight as to Roxas' feelings.

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* {{Diary}}: On Saïx's suggestion, Roxas keeps a journal of his time in the Organization. It serves the same purpose as Jiminy's Journal from previous games by giving small recaps of each day's events (assuming the day is story-relevant), on top of giving some insight as to Roxas' feelings.



** [[spoiler:The planned rebellion by Saïx and Axel not only fails due to the former BecomingTheMask, but Saïx fails to get his heart back before his demise by Sora's hands in ''Kingdom Hearts II,'' and was either becoming or already taken thereafter as a Xehanort vessel by ''Dream Drop Distance'', locking him into TheDragon with or without consent.]]
* TheDragon: Axel does most of the heavy lifting for an eventual betrayal of Xemnas led by Saïx.
* DragonWithAnAgenda: [[spoiler:Saïx and Axel are revealed to have formed a plan to overthrow Xemnas, before Saïx [[BecomingTheMask became the mask]]. However, unlike [[TheStarscream Marluxia]], who wants to overthrow Xemnas to take over the Organization, Saïx and Axel sought to overthrow Xemnas to reclaim their hearts. That and the fact that Xemnas really wanted to use Kingdom Hearts's power to [[AGodAmI become a god-like being...]]]]

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** [[spoiler:The planned rebellion by Saïx and Axel not only fails due to the former BecomingTheMask, but Saïx fails to get his heart back before his demise by Sora's hands in ''Kingdom Hearts II,'' and was either becoming or already taken thereafter as a Xehanort vessel by ''Dream Drop Distance'', locking him into TheDragon with or without consent.]]
* TheDragon: Axel does most of the heavy lifting for an eventual betrayal of Xemnas led by Saïx.
* DragonWithAnAgenda: [[spoiler:Saïx and Axel are revealed to have formed a plan to overthrow Xemnas, before Saïx [[BecomingTheMask became the mask]]. However, unlike [[TheStarscream Marluxia]], who wants to overthrow Xemnas to take over the Organization, Saïx and Axel sought to overthrow Xemnas to reclaim their hearts. That and the fact that Xemnas really wanted to use Kingdom Hearts's power to [[AGodAmI become a god-like being...]]]]



** A weirder, smaller, kinda-sorta example: [[spoiler:at one point, Saïx calls Axel "Lea", clarifying Axel's original name just in time for Lea's appearance in ''Birth by Sleep''.]]

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** A weirder, smaller, kinda-sorta example: [[spoiler:at one point, Saïx calls Axel "Lea", clarifying Axel's original name just in time for Lea's appearance in ''Birth by Sleep''.]]



%%* GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler:Xion.]]

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%%* * GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler:Xion.]]



* GuestStarPartyMember: Some missions have Roxas team up with the other Oragnization members to help complete the objective. Each member except for Xemnas and Saïx joins him at least once.

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* GuestStarPartyMember: Some missions have Roxas team up with the other Oragnization members to help complete the objective. Each member except for Xemnas and Saïx joins him at least once.



* IKnowYourTrueName: Saïx pulls this on Axel as a not-so-subtle reminder of where the latter's loyalties ought to lie.

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* IKnowYourTrueName: Saïx pulls this on Axel as a not-so-subtle reminder of where the latter's loyalties ought to lie.



* ImprobableWeaponUser: Equipping the Mystery and Casual Gears give the Organization XIII members bizarre items to use as weapons, such as a huge sandwich for Zexion or a banana for Saïx.

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* ImprobableWeaponUser: Equipping the Mystery and Casual Gears give the Organization XIII members bizarre items to use as weapons, such as a huge sandwich for Zexion or a banana for Saïx.



** Saïx is constantly cruel to poor Xion, [[spoiler:and refuses to acknowledge her as anything but a disposable Replica]].

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** Saïx is constantly cruel to poor Xion, [[spoiler:and refuses to acknowledge her as anything but a disposable Replica]].



* JokeItem: Equipping the Mystery or Casual Gears will give an Organization XIII members a silly weapon will weak stats. For example, Zexion gets a huge bologna sandwich and Saïx will wield a giant banana.

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* JokeItem: Equipping the Mystery or Casual Gears will give an Organization XIII members a silly weapon will weak stats. For example, Zexion gets a huge bologna sandwich and Saïx will wield a giant banana.



* KneelBeforeZod: [[spoiler:Saïx]] will occasionally yell "Grovel before me!" at Roxas during his BossBattle.

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* KneelBeforeZod: [[spoiler:Saïx]] will occasionally yell "Grovel before me!" at Roxas during his BossBattle.



%%* PowerTrio: Roxas, Xion and Axel.

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%%* * PowerTrio: Roxas, Xion and Axel.



* RedOniBlueOni: Axel is flippant but friendly while Saïx is all business and exceedingly cold.

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* RedOniBlueOni: Axel is flippant but friendly while Saïx is all business and exceedingly cold.



* ResignationsNotAccepted: TropeNamer. Towards the end of the game, Roxas decides he's done with Organization XIII and leaves. They still need him for their plan, so Dusks, Samurai, and eventually Saïx show up to prevent his departure by force.
-->'''Saïx:''' We don't accept resignations.

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* ResignationsNotAccepted: TropeNamer. Towards the end of the game, Roxas decides he's done with Organization XIII and leaves. They still need him for their plan, so Dusks, Samurai, and eventually Saïx show up to prevent his departure by force.
-->'''Saïx:''' We don't accept resignations.



%%* SheFu: Larxene.

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%%* * SheFu: Larxene.



* TheStarscream: Saïx and Axel planned to betray the Organization, sending nearly half of them to Castle Oblivion so they could be killed by Axel and/or Sora and seeking the Chamber of Awakening in the Castle to find out what Xemnas is up to. They don't go through with it due to the rift that forms between them and Axel's lack of interest after becoming friends with Roxas and Xion.

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* TheStarscream: Saïx and Axel planned to betray the Organization, sending nearly half of them to Castle Oblivion so they could be killed by Axel and/or Sora and seeking the Chamber of Awakening in the Castle to find out what Xemnas is up to. They don't go through with it due to the rift that forms between them and Axel's lack of interest after becoming friends with Roxas and Xion.



* {{Troll}}: Xigbar knows everything about what's really going on but doesn't have a lot to actually do, so he spends most of his time screwing with other members of the Organization. He teases Roxas about his relationship with Xion [[spoiler:knowing that she's his/Sora's Replica that is likely to eventually kill him]], and baits Saïx with vague comments about Xemnas's own dark secrets.

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* {{Troll}}: Xigbar knows everything about what's really going on but doesn't have a lot to actually do, so he spends most of his time screwing with other members of the Organization. He teases Roxas about his relationship with Xion [[spoiler:knowing that she's his/Sora's Replica that is likely to eventually kill him]], and baits Saïx with vague comments about Xemnas's own dark secrets.



%%* VisibleSilence

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%%* VisibleSilence* VisibleSilence: Many lines are simply just ellipses or more than 3 back-to-back periods.
%%(Which is what an ellipsis is, but as said, many of the Visible Silences are more than three of them.)



%%* {{WAFF}}: Most of the game, until the WhamEpisode.

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%%* * {{WAFF}}: Most of the game, until the WhamEpisode.



%%* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: Just one of the many emotions Roxas sees (and doesn't understand) in the Disney Characters throughout the game.
%%* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman:
%%** Saïx falls squarely into this trope with his treatment of Xion, for reasons better left unspoiled.
%%** So does [=DiZ=], though that was true in the second full title as well.

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%%* * WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: Just one of the many emotions Roxas sees (and doesn't understand) in the Disney Characters throughout the game.
%%* * WhatMeasureIsANonHuman:
%%** ** Saïx falls squarely into this trope with his treatment of Xion, for reasons better left unspoiled.
%%** ** So does [=DiZ=], though that was true in the second full title as well.
30th Jun '17 5:39:56 PM doggieboy9
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* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Non-comedic version. [[spoiler:"Just count the seats here. We have and [[Foreshadowing shall always be]] thirteen."]]

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* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Non-comedic version. [[spoiler:"Just count the seats here. We have and [[Foreshadowing [[{{Foreshadowing}} shall always be]] thirteen."]]
19th Jun '17 8:06:10 AM Phoenixion
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* UndergroundMonkey: This game features lots and ''''''LOTS''''' of palette-swapped Heartless, including bosses. Mostly from the first game, though there are few from the second game as well.

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* UndergroundMonkey: This game features lots and ''''''LOTS''''' '''''LOTS''''' of palette-swapped Heartless, including bosses. Mostly from the first game, though there are few from the second game as well.
19th Jun '17 8:05:34 AM Phoenixion
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* UndergroundMonkey: This game features lots and ''''''LOTS''''' of palette-swapped Heartless, including bosses. Mostly from the first game, though there are few from the second game as well.
19th Jun '17 7:25:02 AM mario0987
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* BigBad: Siax is the most prominent opposition Roxas faces throughout the game.
* BigGood: Riku takes on this role at times, acting as a StealthMentor to Xion.
12th Jun '17 12:09:21 PM JESmith
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* LongSongShortScene: "Vector to the Heavens" is quickly tossed into the cutscene preceding the final battle with [[spoiler:Xion]] in the ''HD I.5 [=ReMIX=]'' cutscene movie instead of having no music like the original game. Since the movie does not recreate any of the in-game fight scenes, the decently long battle theme is only heard for about 40 seconds before it's cut out by the switch to [[spoiler:Xion's death scene]]. Averted in the ''HD I.5+II.5 [=ReMIX=]'' version where a patch added an actual fight scene between Roxas and Xion and the song is now heard for over three minutes.

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* LongSongShortScene: "Vector to the Heavens" is quickly tossed into the cutscene preceding the final battle with [[spoiler:Xion]] in the ''HD I.5 [=ReMIX=]'' cutscene movie instead of having no music like the original game. Since the movie does not recreate any of the in-game fight scenes, the decently long battle theme is only heard for about 40 seconds before it's cut out by the switch to [[spoiler:Xion's death scene]]. Averted in the ''HD I.5+II.5 [=ReMIX=]'' version where a patch added an actual fight scene between [[spoiler: Roxas and Xion Xion]] and the song is now heard for over three minutes.
12th Jun '17 12:04:07 PM JESmith
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* LongSongShortScene: "Vector to the Heavens" is quickly tossed into the cutscene preceding the final battle with [[spoiler:Xion]] in the ''HD I.5 [=ReMIX=]'' cutscene movie instead of having no music like the original game. Since the movie does not recreate any of the in-game fight scenes, the decently long battle theme is only heard for about 40 seconds before it's cut out by the switch to [[spoiler:Xion's death scene]]. Averted in the ''HD I.5+II.5 [+ReMIX+]'' version where a patch added an actual fight scene between Roxas and Xion and the song is now heard for over three minutes.

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* LongSongShortScene: "Vector to the Heavens" is quickly tossed into the cutscene preceding the final battle with [[spoiler:Xion]] in the ''HD I.5 [=ReMIX=]'' cutscene movie instead of having no music like the original game. Since the movie does not recreate any of the in-game fight scenes, the decently long battle theme is only heard for about 40 seconds before it's cut out by the switch to [[spoiler:Xion's death scene]]. Averted in the ''HD I.5+II.5 [+ReMIX+]'' [=ReMIX=]'' version where a patch added an actual fight scene between Roxas and Xion and the song is now heard for over three minutes.
12th Jun '17 12:02:32 PM JESmith
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* LongSongShortScene: "Vector to the Heavens" is quickly tossed into the cutscene preceding the final battle with [[spoiler:Xion]] in the ''HD I.5 [=ReMIX=]'' cutscene movie instead of having no music like the original game. Since the movie does not recreate any of the in-game fight scenes, the decently long battle theme is only heard for about 40 seconds before it's cut out by the switch to [[spoiler:Xion's death scene]].

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* LongSongShortScene: "Vector to the Heavens" is quickly tossed into the cutscene preceding the final battle with [[spoiler:Xion]] in the ''HD I.5 [=ReMIX=]'' cutscene movie instead of having no music like the original game. Since the movie does not recreate any of the in-game fight scenes, the decently long battle theme is only heard for about 40 seconds before it's cut out by the switch to [[spoiler:Xion's death scene]]. Averted in the ''HD I.5+II.5 [+ReMIX+]'' version where a patch added an actual fight scene between Roxas and Xion and the song is now heard for over three minutes.
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