History VideoGame / KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories

3rd Nov '17 6:13:34 PM Polokun
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** Destiny Islands in Reverse/Rebirth. [[spoilers: It's where it's revealed to Riku that it was ''him'', not Ansem that opened the door back at Destiny Islands, causing it to be lost to darkness.]]

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** Destiny Islands in Reverse/Rebirth. [[spoilers: [[spoiler: It's where it's revealed to Riku that it was ''him'', not Ansem that opened the door back at Destiny Islands, causing it to be lost to darkness.]]
3rd Nov '17 6:13:24 PM Polokun
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* WhamEpisode: The first appearance of Twilight Town, which by this point in the series is unfamiliar to both the player[[note]]LateArrivalSpoiler notwithstanding[[/note]] and Sora. This is also when important revelations begin happening.

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* WhamEpisode: WhamEpisode
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The first appearance of Twilight Town, which by this point in the series is unfamiliar to both the player[[note]]LateArrivalSpoiler notwithstanding[[/note]] and Sora. This is also when important revelations begin happening.happening.
** Destiny Islands in Reverse/Rebirth. [[spoilers: It's where it's revealed to Riku that it was ''him'', not Ansem that opened the door back at Destiny Islands, causing it to be lost to darkness.]]
15th Sep '17 3:26:54 PM urutapu
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* PlotHole: Twilight Town is treating as anomalous because Sora has never been there, and therefore has no memories of the place for the Twilight Town world card to draw from. While this is true, this seemingly ignores the fact that ''every'' time the party enters a new floor, they act as if they've never been there.

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* PlotHole: Twilight Town is treating as anomalous because Sora has never been there, and therefore has no memories of the place for the Twilight Town world card to draw from. While this is true, this seemingly ignores the fact that ''every'' time the party enters a new floor, they act as if they've never been there.to that world.
15th Sep '17 2:37:13 PM Karxrida
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* CardCarryingVillain: [[IncrediblyLamePun Well...]]



* TheChessmaster: Zexion. [[spoiler:He might have actually succeeded had it not been for Axel.]]
* CloningBlues: [[spoiler:Riku Replica]].
** And Vexen in the manga.

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* %%* TheChessmaster: Zexion. [[spoiler:He might have actually succeeded had it not been for Axel.]]
* %%* CloningBlues: [[spoiler:Riku Replica]].
** %%** And Vexen in the manga.



* InterfaceScrew: In the Game Boy Advance version, Lexaeus knocks the screen down so you fall towards him - Don't ask how he doesn't destroy Castle Oblivion, considering he's doing this in the ''basement''.
** Marluxia's third form in the remake has a nasty version of this: one of his attacks actually ejects all the cards from your deck and scatters them around the arena, rendering you completely powerless until you can pick a few up.

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* InterfaceScrew: InterfaceScrew:
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In the original Game Boy Advance version, Lexaeus knocks the screen down so you fall towards him - Don't ask how he doesn't destroy Castle Oblivion, considering he's doing this in the ''basement''.
** Marluxia's third form in the remake has a nasty version of this: one of his attacks actually an attack that ejects all the cards from your deck and scatters them around the arena, rendering you completely powerless until you can pick a few up.



* LetsGetDangerous:
-->'''Axel:''' "Remember the order: 'You must eliminate the traitor.' I always follow orders, Marluxia."

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* %%* LetsGetDangerous:
-->'''Axel:''' %%-->'''Axel:''' "Remember the order: 'You must eliminate the traitor.' I always follow orders, Marluxia."
15th Sep '17 2:28:37 PM Karxrida
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** King Mickey casts Pearl, which deals damage in a large radius, Stuns non-boss enemies, and heals the player. His Sleights improve his damage dealt and HP restored, or activate team attacks with the player.
* AtTheCrossroads: There's one in front of Castle Oblivion. This is where Riku TakesAThirdOption regarding walking the path of light or the path of darkness.

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** King Mickey casts Pearl, which deals damage in a large radius, Stuns non-boss enemies, and heals the player. His Sleights improve his damage dealt and HP restored, or activate team attacks with the player.
Riku.
* AtTheCrossroads: There's one in front of a crossroads somewhere near Castle Oblivion. This is where Riku TakesAThirdOption regarding walking the path of light or the path of darkness.
15th Sep '17 12:51:54 PM urutapu
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* PlotHole: Twilight Town is treating as anomalous because Sora has never been there, and therefore has no memories of the place for the Twilight Town world card to draw from. While this is true, this seemingly ignores the fact that ''every'' time the party enters a new floor, they act as if they've never been there.
15th Sep '17 12:38:41 PM urutapu
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Sora's last 2 fights with Riku [[spoiler:Replica]] has him cheat. In order for you (playing as Riku) to use Dark Aura, you have to use three "9" cards. Riku [[spoiler:Replica]] can use it with ''any values'', so long as he uses 2 of "Card A" & 1 "Card B." However, it's possible for ''you'' to cheat against Ansem in the original. Go into Dark Mode, activate Maleficent or Jafar, double jump, then attack. You hit Ansem multiple times, ''and'' you don't deplete Overdrive or Attack Bracer's counts, while still having the effects!

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Sora's last 2 fights with Riku [[spoiler:Replica]] has him cheat. In order Enemy bosses have much easier requirements for their sleights than you (playing as Riku) to use Dark Aura, do. This is somewhat justified since you have more techniques to choose from. [[spoiler:The exception to that would be Riku-Replica, since you can actually use three "9" cards. Riku [[spoiler:Replica]] can use it with ''any values'', so long as he uses 2 of "Card A" & 1 "Card B." However, it's possible for ''you'' to cheat against Ansem in the original. Go into Dark Mode, activate Maleficent or Jafar, double jump, then attack. You hit Ansem multiple times, ''and'' you don't deplete Overdrive or Attack Bracer's counts, while still having same sleights as him on a Reverse/Rebirth playthrough and see that the effects!numbers are different]].
15th Sep '17 12:00:30 PM urutapu
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* BroadStrokes: The plot of each Disney world is basically a very truncated retelling of its ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI'' plot, usually with references to memories thrown in.
28th Aug '17 12:36:03 PM Karxrida
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* BatmanGambit: The plot is a tangle of at least three of them. See GambitPileup below for the details.

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* BatmanGambit: The plot is First off, there's the main one - Marluxia, Larxene, and Axel attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a tangle of at least weapon against their Organization's leader, Xemnas. Eventually Vexen, another member the three of them. See GambitPileup below are using to further this goal, feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora. All along, however, Axel is actually a double agent as he's spying on the traitors for Xemnas and ends up sabotaging ''both'' Marluxia's plot and Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora too much. Meanwhile, a group of Organization loyalists and associates of Vexen in the details.basement levels is trying to capture and use Riku due to their ''own'' suspicions about Marluxia's group. Axel sabotages ''them, too''. Later games add further facets to this: Xemnas sent the traitors to Castle Oblivion on purpose, and Axel was given a second mission to find Ven's body - and Axel only took on these missions to get on Xemnas's good side, because ''he'' and Saix were planning to betray Xemnas themselves eventually (which also belatedly provides a reason for Axel killing the basement group - to get rid of other members loyal to Xemnas).
** They're literally playing hopscotch with one another - and [[spoiler:judging by DDD, Axel and Saix came out on top! Even if one of them is half Xemnas and probably entirely mad...]]
28th Aug '17 11:26:16 AM urutapu
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* BatmanGambit: First off, there's the main one - Marluxia, Larxene, and Axel attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's leader, Xemnas. Eventually Vexen, another member the three are using to further this goal, feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora. All along, however, Axel is actually a double agent as he's spying on the traitors for Xemnas and ends up sabotaging ''both'' Marluxia's plot and Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora too much. Meanwhile, a group of Organization loyalists and associates of Vexen in the basement levels is trying to capture and use Riku due to their ''own'' suspicions about Marluxia's group. Axel sabotages ''them, too''. Later games add further facets to this: Xemnas sent the traitors to Castle Oblivion on purpose, and Axel was given a second mission to find Ven's body - and Axel only took on these missions to get on Xemnas's good side, because ''he'' and Saix were planning to betray Xemnas themselves eventually (which also belatedly provides a reason for Axel killing the basement group - to get rid of other members loyal to Xemnas).
** They're literally playing hopscotch with one another - and [[spoiler:judging by DDD, Axel and Saix came out on top! Even if one of them is half Xemnas and probably entirely mad...]]

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* BatmanGambit: First off, there's the main one - Marluxia, Larxene, and Axel attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as The plot is a weapon against their Organization's leader, Xemnas. Eventually Vexen, another member the tangle of at least three are using to further this goal, feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal of them. See GambitPileup below for the plan to Sora. All along, however, Axel is actually a double agent as he's spying on the traitors for Xemnas and ends up sabotaging ''both'' Marluxia's plot and Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora too much. Meanwhile, a group of Organization loyalists and associates of Vexen in the basement levels is trying to capture and use Riku due to their ''own'' suspicions about Marluxia's group. Axel sabotages ''them, too''. Later games add further facets to this: Xemnas sent the traitors to Castle Oblivion on purpose, and Axel was given a second mission to find Ven's body - and Axel only took on these missions to get on Xemnas's good side, because ''he'' and Saix were planning to betray Xemnas themselves eventually (which also belatedly provides a reason for Axel killing the basement group - to get rid of other members loyal to Xemnas).
** They're literally playing hopscotch with one another - and [[spoiler:judging by DDD, Axel and Saix came out on top! Even if one of them is half Xemnas and probably entirely mad...]]
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