Characters: Kingdom Hearts Disney Villains
aka: Kingdom Hearts Villains
This is a listing of the villains created by Disney that appear in the Kingdom Hearts series. Visit the index here for other characters who appear in the series.
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A group of classic Disney Villains. In the first game, a group of them conspire under Maleficent's leadership. They are trying to use The Heartless for their own evil means. After that, however, they're far more independent.Maleficent's original group includes Hades, Jafar, Ursula, Captain Hook, and Oogie Boogie. The second game introduces Captain Hector Barbossa, Shan-Yu, Scar, and the MCP, who aren't aligned with Maleficent, although she attempts to recruit/manipulate a couple.
- Aborted Arc: An In-Universe example; apparently Maleficent intended to convene a second iteration of her Legion of Doom upon her revival in Kingdom Hearts II, but local problems and the rising threat of Organization XIII ensure none of the villains bother to show up. While Jafar and Hook certainly weren't invited back note , the MCP and Shan Yu were unaligned, and Oogie and Ursula were dead, it's unknown if Barbossa, Hades and Scar were intended to be among the group or Pete was just helping them cause trouble to get some Heartless.
- Adaptational Villainy: They were all nasty pieces of work in their original films, but in the first game, they're destroying worlds and wiping out billions of innocents.
- The Corrupter: They weren't the best people to take in Riku upon his arrival at Hollow Bastion.
- Evil Versus Evil: They got into a hard competition with Organization XIII during the second game. Organization XIII was for quite a time one step ahead, but after Maleficent and Pete joined forces with Sora, King Mickey, and their friends, the Disney villains eventually became the winning side.
- Five-Bad Band: During the first game, they roughly correlate to one.
- Big Bad: Maleficent
- The Dragon: Jafar, then Hook, then Riku. Pete is an off-screen example during the first game.
- The Brute: Oogie Boogie, the least intelligent of the bunch.
- The Evil Genius: Ursula, though Jafar also counts.
- Sixth Ranger Traitor: Hades, who pretty casually abandons the villains and takes matters into his own hands upon Maleficent's defeat.
- Tagalong Kid: Riku at first.
- Large Ham: Noted in each applicable entry, but it should be noted that the group from the original game (Maleficent, Captain Hook, Jafar, Oogie Boogie, Hades, and Ursula, plus the unaffiliated Clayton) might as well be called The Large Hams Band.
- Legion of Doom: In the first game. One of the major plot points in II is Maleficent trying to rebuild her legion with both old and new allies with the help of Pete.
- Leitmotif: "Villains of a Sort". In battle, it depends on the boss, but it's often "Squirming Evil" or "The Encounter".
- Omnicidal Maniac: They seem to care little for whatever worlds fall to darkness, as long as they gain the power of Kingdom Hearts.
- Unwitting Pawn: They believe they use the Heartless without knowing it's actually the Heartless who use them (or, to be exact, that the Heartless are only complying with them because their REAL leader instructed them to.)
"What in the world do you think you're prattling on about? Kingdom Hearts belongs to me! The Heart of all Kingdoms! The Heart of all that lives! A dominion fit to be called Kingdom Hearts must be my dominion!"The villain from Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent is an evil fairy hellbent on taking over all worlds in existence. She poses a major threat early on in Sora's adventure, but her plan gets Hijacked By Xehanort before the climax. Unfortunately for Sora and co., you can't keep a good villain down for long…With Eleanor Audley having passed away quite some years before the series, she is voiced by Susan Blakeslee, sharing a voice actress with Lady Tremaine and the Evil Queen. It was an intentional Casting Gag regarding Tremaine, considering they also shared a voice actress back in the day.
Voiced by: Toshiko Sawada (Japanese), Susanne Blakeslee (English)
- All There in the Manual: The name of her raven familiar, Diablo, is only given in her film of origin, and never stated in the games so far. His journal entry for KH3D just refers to him as "Maleficent's Raven".
- In addition, in the booklet that came with Final Mix+, one of the missions that Xenmas gave Axel and Roxas was to release Diablo from his cage in Hallow Bastion; implying Xemnas knew this would lead to Maleficent's resurrection.
- Arch-Enemy: Very much this to Sora.
- As Long as There Is Evil: Chain of Memories has the Organization commenting on how Maleficent's "death" merely banished her to the Realm of Darkness. Then, in KH2, her crow familiar shows her cloak to the Good Fairies, who try to resist acknowledging her existence, but they cannot and this brings her back.
- Back from the Dead: Not fully explained, see "As Long as There Is Evil". She's just that talented.
- Bad Boss: While she doesn't physically abuse Pete, she does belittle, demean, and insult him constantly.
- Badass Boast: "You poor simple fools. Thinking you could defeat me! Me, the Mistress of All Evil!"
- Big Bad: Of her own world in Birth by Sleep, as she was in the movie.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With Ansem in the original, though the lesser of the two.
- Big Bad Ensemble: With Xemnas in Kingdom Hearts II.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Coded and 3D. While she's still a threat, with the full scope of Xehanort's plans revealed she's far from the main concern of the heroes now, and has nowhere near the influence or power she had in the first game. Nonetheless, she's still determined to conquer the worlds for her own.
- Card-Carrying Villain: She calls herself the "Mistress of All Evil".
- The Chessmaster: At least until her demise.
- Combat Tropes
- Black Magic/Casting a Shadow
- Black Mage: In her Witch form.
- Breath Weapon: As a dragon.
- Colony Drop
- Dark Action Girl
- Get Back Here Boss: She has a tendency to run away from heroes by teleporting herself somewhere else or using a flying platform in her witch form.
- Magic Staff: Which she uses as a blunt weapon against Ventus. Said weapon has a knockback effect, helping her to keep her distance against her enemies.
- Shock and Awe: Used exclusively and profusely in her witch form.
- Shockwave Stomp: When in her dragon form.
- Playing with Fire: Green fire, to be precise.
- Scaled Up: You fight her dragon form in KH1 - right before That One Boss. To some, she's That One Boss in her own right. She also uses it against Aqua.
- Squishy Wizard: Whenever you fight her in her Witch form.
- Disc One Final Boss: The original Kingdom Hearts sets her up as the Big Bad for the first four-fifths of the game, only to pull a rug under her when it is revealed that Ansem is the one pulling the strings.
- The Dragon: Literally turned into one for Ansem in the first game.
- Dragon-in-Chief: She was more powerful than Ansem, who could do nothing but control the Heartless, up until Ansem got himself a new physical body.
- Determinator: Organization XIII kicks her ass several times, and the True Organization XIII makes her look like a sissy. Doesn't stop her from hamming it up and trying anyways.
- Enemy Mine: With Sora & co. during the war against Organization XIII.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Although her not killing Sora in Kingdom Hearts II qualified more under Pragmatic Villainy, her not attacking Sora in Kingdom Hearts Coded definitely qualifies under this trope, as apparently even the (self-proclaimed) Mistress of All Evil has qualms towards attacking Sora and company after they saved her life and thus "made it even", at least not immediately (even though it was technically Data-Riku who did the actual saving).
- Evil Laugh: She is quite fond of this.
- Evil Matriarch: She attempted to manipulate Riku by telling him she honestly wanted to help him, claiming to view him like a son. Riku was smart enough not to fall for it but he continued to help further her plans, figuring it was his best bet to help Kairi.
- Evil Mentor: To Riku.
- Evil Sorceress
- The Fair Folk: The games didn't mention it (calling her a "sorceress") until her "origin story" in Birth by Sleep, but she's an evil fairy.
- Familiar: Her creepy raven, who aided in her resurrection for Kingdom Hearts II.
- Genre Savvy: She's the only Disney villain in the first game who doesn't abuse the power of darkness. In fact, she's often seen warning the other villains against relying on it too heavily, stating the danger inherent in using it. She only falls victim to this fate when Ansem-Riku forcibly "unlocks her heart".
- The Grinch: She considers Christmas Town "ridiculous", and makes it a point to destroy it and plans to turn Santa Claus into a Heartless. Notably, this is the only time in Kingdom Hearts II where she turns up in person in a Disney world to aid the local villain. She must really hate the holiday.
- The Heavy: In Kingdom Hearts.
- Hidden Agenda Villain: She seeks the datascape in 3D for an unknown reason, but a new scene added in 2.5 reveals she seeks it to search for a connection to the "Book of Prophecies", a tome that can foretell the future and create new worlds all on its' own.
- Lady of War
- Large HamMaleficent: "You think you can defeat ME?! ME, THE MISTRESS OF ALL EVIL?!"
- Manipulative Bitch: Or Magnificent, depending on your view. She played Riku like a fiddle, and even with a Villain Decay inducing lack of resources in KH2, she played events to the point that she became an asset in bringing down Organization XIII, establishing herself at the top once more.
- Obviously Evil: Only Terra doesn't seem to see it.
- Only One Name
- Our Dragons Are Different: See Scaled Up. Just as in the movie, it's a giant, black dragon with green fire.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: A rare non-Xehanort example. So far.
- Technicolor Fire: Her green dragon fire shows up with pretty much anything she does.
- Villain Decay: See Big Bad (and all the steps down from it) above.
- Villains Never Lie: Averted. She lies to Terra about not knowing Master Xehanort.
- Villain Protagonist: She becomes this in the latter half of KH2. Nothing about her changes except that she's working with Sora and the others for a common goal.
- Villain Teleportation: Uses it a lot during her fight against Ventus in Birth By Sleep.
- Unwitting Pawn: Like so many others, she's one to Xehanort, though she ended up playing a rather important role in his plans by gathering the Princesses of Heart for him and nearly getting access to Kingdom Hearts for him in the first game.
- Wicked Witch
- You Shall Not Pass: To the incoming Pureblood Heartless in the endgame of Kingdom Hearts II, as well as to incoming Dusks earlier in the same game, both as a Type V Anti-Hero. She survives.
"Just wait! Nobody, and I do mean nobody, messes with The Mighty Pete!"There is also Pete. Once a humble steamboat captain, Pete turned to mischief-making until he got out of hand and was banished. He met Maleficent during his inter-dimensional exile and acts as her loyal servant.
- 0% Approval Rating: Pete's desire to win the Million Dreams Award only caused everyone in town to hate him. While he did get a few votes, his ego only caused them to regret the votes, which is part of the reason behind his banishment and Face-Heel Turn.
- Adaptational Villainy: While Pete's depictions in Disney cartoons have run the gamut of villain to ally, in this series he's eager to conquer worlds and plunge them into darkness, tempt powerful beings to darkness with the purposeful intent of making them into Heartless, and in Re: coded, he almost crushed Donald and Goofy and tortured Data-Riku with glee.
- Anti-Hero: Like Maleficent, they only aided Sora and his friends during the game so that they could gain once the Organization XIII was toppled.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: He dismisses the Book of Prophecies as "fluffy, pink kid fairy tale stuff". He's saying this to a literal fairy straight out of Sleeping Beauty.
- Beard of Evil: In the Country of Musketeers.
- Boisterous Bruiser: At least his past-self, who ain't afraid to accept a fight when someone challenges him, whether it's Sora or his future-self. His future-self is too much of a coward to be this.
- Braggart Boss
- Butt Monkey
- Card-Carrying Villain:Pete: Yep! "Thug" suits me just fine!
- Cats Are Mean
- Character Development: For better or for worse, he went from a well-meaning and essentially decent authority figure to Jerkass attention seeker to cowardly villain (though he still retains some of his mettle). It's shown that he longs for the old days of steam boat captaincy.
- Chronic Villainy: In the earliest time where he is seen as the true villain, "The Country of the Musketeers", he is arrested in the end by the Royal Musketeers. By the time Terra, Aqua, and Ventus arrive in Disney Town, presumably several years later, he seems to be seen as a relatively reasonable person, enough that it seems as though he was a Reformed Criminal. However, losing to Terra in a race leads to him once again undergoing a Face-Heel Turn. Depending on how one interprets Maleficent helping him out of the resulting Pocket Dimension, he may count as a less tragic version of Driven to Villainy as well.
- Combat Tropes
- Barrier Warrior
- Car Fu: He knows some as Captain Dark and when you use his D-Link, Terra, Aqua, and Ven can too.
- Flunky Boss: In 3D, where he has his henchmen, the Beagle Boys, during his time as the Captain of the Royal Guard in the Country of the Musketeers.
- I Know Madden Kombat: His battles involve explosive bowling balls.
- Good Old Fisticuffs
- Ground Pound
- Recurring Boss
- Royal Rapier: In Country of the Musketeers in 3D.
- Shock and Awe: Can use D-Thundaga in Re:coded which also is an example of Ride The Lightning.
- Stout Strength
- Teleport Spam: In Re:coded.
- Throw Down the Bomblet: In Country of the Musketeers in 3D.
- Trap Master: Can summon rigged blox in Re:coded.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: As incompetent as Pete is usually portrayed, he's shown himself to be talented in many areas. He has hand-to-hand fighting abilities, can use explosives and magic, can control Heartless, and is proficient with computers. He's also been a Rumble Racer, a steamboat Captain, and of course The Dragon to Maleficent.
- Dirty Coward: Made clear in the Battle of Hollow Bastion, where he left Maleficent for herself with the Nobodies. Subverted in the end when he was able to conquer his fears in order to help Sora and Mickey get some time to defeat Xemnas by holding back the Heartless.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: In all fairness to Pete, he probably is perfectly aware of the fact that he can't really hold his own all that well against Nobodies. He's only following Maleficent because the alternative is worse.
- Inverted with his past self. Timeless River Pete was pathetically weak, but he was no coward.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Was temporarily banished to a Pocket Dimension by Queen Minnie for being rude and preparing to attack her for not giving him the victor's prize of ice cream in Disney Town.
- The Dragon: To Maleficent.
- Also to Barbossa and Scar.
- Enemy Mine: Twice. His past self put aside his (misunderstood) difficulties with Sora, Donald, and Goofy in order to help them fight his future self, so that he could get his boat back. Later, his present self helped Sora and the King against Xemnas and the Heartless.
- Evil Chancellor: He was this to Minnie in the past as Captain of the Royal Guard in "Country of the Musketeers".
- Fat Bastard
- Fat Cat
- Fat Idiot
- Genre Savvy: He's not terribly dumb, despite his comic nature and common incompetence. He's well aware their forces are no match for the Nobodies, and later observes that the Heartless will be unruly in The World That Never Was, a world close to the Realm of Darkness. He also successfully manipulates the darkness in Captain Hook and Scar's hearts to produce powerful Heartless, planned to do the same with Jafar, and gave Hades a good idea about pitting an undead warrior against Hercules. In coded he comes up with a scheme to get the datascape that Maleficent is still following in 3D.
- Go-Karting with Bowser: An interesting version in that despite his obvious, if only slight, malevolence, he's still not a bad guy when you race him in Birth By Sleep, having seemingly repented from his villainous days in the Country of the Musketeers (detailed in 3D). In fact, it's the race (or rather the fact that he lost) that causes him to pull a Face-Heel Turn (again).
- Goldfish Poop Gang: Sora considers him this, and he's not entirely wrong, given Pete and Maleficent are far from the heroes' greatest concerns as the series goes on. However, as noted in Genre Savvy, he's far from being totally incompetent to truly qualify as this.
- Heel-Face Revolving Door: Pete starts out as a steam boat captain before pulling a Face-Heel Turn as captain of the Musketeers and tries to take a then-princess Minnie's throne. He reforms, but is still a trouble maker. Losing the Million Dreams Award causes him to go back to villainy, and is still an antagonist as of KH3D.
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: He's too wimpy and cowardly to actually pose a major threat; Sora explicitly describes him as "not smart enough to tie his own shoes."
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: "Past-Pete" before his alliance with Maleficent and the Heartless.
- Large Ham: Particularly as CAPTAIN JUSTICE!!!
- Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Just like in the film, he has a line to this effect in "Country of the Musketeers" in 3D.
- Mascot Mook: The credits state at the end that Pete is one.
- Manipulative Bastard: Not particularly good at it, but he it's how he sows Heartless throughout the World.
- Nostalgia Filter: In-Universe. He seems to long for the good old days of steamboat captaincy, but, given the Time Travel to Timeless River and what happens to him, he's probably just thinking it's better than his later situations.
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: As mentioned, he's the one sowing heartless and recruiting other villains in different worlds, and when given the right opportunity is really heinous. Best exemplified in Re:Coded, where he's in almost full control of the bugs, and corrupts Data-Riku.
- Only One Name
- Remember the New Guy: From Kingdom Hearts II onwards he acts as Maleficent's right-hand, and was shown to be allied with her as early as Birth By Sleep. Despite this, he does not appear nor is even mentioned in the first Kingdom Hearts game, where Maleficent is most prominent.
- Retcon: In Kingdom Hearts II, it was stated by Goofy that King Mickey banished Pete to another dimension, presumably for doing something really bad, and Maleficent broke him out. In Birth By Sleep, however, Pete only throws a hissy fit, and Queen Minnie temporarily banishes him to another dimension "until he cools down" from what seemed to be a preparation to attack her... for ice cream. While there, Maleficent breaks him out in return for his service. This is a bit of a Dub-Induced Plot Hole, as the Japanese script used a gender-neutral pronounce for "Majesty," so it indeed could have been Minnie or Mickey. However, then in the manga it's stated directly that King Mickey did it, and this is said by Minnie no less.
- Right-Hand Cat: Technically he's this to Maleficent, being a cat.
- Sentai: In Birth by Sleep.
- Sore Loser: Pete putting on a costume and pretending to be a hero in the hopes of winning the Million Dreams Award. No one is fooled, and when Pete loses to Ventus, Aqua and Terra, he gets banished due to his 0% Approval Rating and for trying to attack Queen Minnie. Then again…
- The Starscream: A definite possibility in regards to Scar. While he's a big supporter of Scar's regime (especially given one of Scar's commands was to eat Sora), he's all too happy to see him turned into a powerful Heartless.
- Too Dumb to Live: What made him think that attacking the Queen was a good idea? He should be glad he got banishment, judging by how furious the King is whenever Minnie is put in danger.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: In the HD cutscenes for RE: Coded., he tries to kill Donald and Goofy and almost succeeds.
- Videogame Cruelty Potential: During his boss fight in Timeless River, if you combo Past!Pete, he will launch into the air and make a shockwave upon landing, he will then get up and yell What's that for!?! before going back into the fray. but it is a bit of a subversion, as it doesn't have any substantial effect on either Pete (Present!Pete recieves little damage if this is done).
- You Shall Not Pass: In Kingdom Hearts II, during the endgame. He survives.
- Creepy Crows
- Elite Mook: Seems to be, if he isn't Co-Dragons with Pete.
- Feathered Fiend
- Hypercompetent Sidekick: Has been shown watching Aqua and Prince Philip's escape, then leading Maleficent's goons against them in Birth by Sleep; Manages to revive his master through the memories of the three fairy godmothers in Kingdom Hearts II; and delivers Maleficent's ransom note and Queen Minnie's crown to lure Mickey away from The Mysterious Tower in Dream Drop Distance. In any case, he's more successful than Pete at being his Mistresses' number two.
- No Name Given: Particularly strange in that he has a name in the original movie, but the game just calls him "Maleficent's Raven" in journal entries.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: flies off in the Manga after an Ansem-Possessed Riku unlocks Maleficent's heart.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He constantly disappears and re-appears in the games and the manga.
"What I demand is her life. I have had more than enough of her light."A vain woman who is convinced she is the fairest of all. When the Spirit of the Magic Mirror revealed Snow White to be fairer, the Queen decided to take the maiden's life.She is voiced by Susan Blakeslee, rather than her original voice actress. Not shocking considering the original film came out in 1937 (a 65-year gap for those keeping score); pretty much everyone associated with it had been dead for years (sometimes decades). She shares a voice actress with Maleficent and Lady Tremaine.
Voiced by: Kyoko Satomi (Japanese), Susan Blakeslee (English)
- Darker and Edgier: Her first conversation with Terra flat out instructs him to kill Snow White and carve out her heart. Justified since most people forget that her original film was pretty dark at times.
- Establishing Character Moment:Queen: There is a maiden known as Snow White. Kill her.
- Fairest of Them All
- God Save Us from the Queen!
- High Collar of Doom
- No Name Given: She's only ever known as "the Queen".
- The Unfettered
- The Unfought
- Vain Sorceress
- What Happened to the Mouse?: She's last seen giving Snow White the poisoned apple. After that, the Magic Mirror simply states that she is "gone." Her fate from the film is only subtly alluded to in Aqua's journal entry of the character, which says she was "chased down" by the dwarfs.
- Wicked Stepmother
- Wicked Witch
"The queen is gone, and my work is done. Adieu, o victorious one."A spirit who appears within the magic mirror at the queen's behest and answers all questions with the truth.Due to the deaths of previous voice actors, he is voiced by Corey Burton.
Voiced by: Tamio Oki (Japanese), Corey Burton (English)
- Brainwashed and Crazy: When not driven insane by one method or another, the Mirror seems personable enough, if cryptic. In fact, both of the battles (with Terra and Aqua) seem to be due to it being corrupted by outside forces.
- Breath Weapon/Playing with Fire: Inside the mirror.
- Doppelgänger Spin: The trick is to spot the one that's smiling.
- Graceful Loser: His only reaction to defeat is a rather bored "How unfortunate."
- Magic Mirror
- Rhymes on a Dime
- The Stoic
- Took a Level in Badass: Forced upon him by the Evil Queen, making his spirit quite the boss fight inside the mirror.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: One must wonder what happens to it now that the Queen is dead.
"Did you forget who you're talking to? I AM THE LORD OF THE DEAD!"Hot-headed literally and emotionally, he will stop at nothing to see the end of Hercules. He rules the Underworld where he controls monsters and oversees souls of the dead.
Voiced by: Kyusaku Shimada (Japanese), James Woods (English)
- Barehanded Blade Block: Does this to Auron in a cutscene, with one hand no less.
- Batman Gambit: How he used Sora's concern for Meg in order to fool him to open the Underworld Tournament Cups.
- The Berserker: During combat or if someone pisses him off.
- In Chain of Memories, his enemy card effect is even called Berserk.
- Boisterous Bruiser: "Oh, yeah. This is gonna be good."
- Breakout Villain: Hades was already an Ensemble Darkhorse in his original film, so this is to be expected. Nomura noted that the Underworld was added to II mostly out of Hades' popularity. Sure enough, he's gone on to be the most recurring Disney villain in the franchise besides Maleficent herself. note
- Burning with Anger: As per his film, his fire goes from blue to red when angry.
- The Chessmaster: Even has a chessboard in his place, with Hercules, Zeus, Cerberus, and himself as pawns. In the Manga he also has pawns of the Hydra and Megara.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Everybody Hates Hades
- Evil Uncle: To Hercules.
- Fair Play Villain: Played with — he mostly pits Hercules against opponents in straight-up fights, but he's not above bending the rules of the Coliseum, and by the end of II when his Villainous Breakdown hits, he declares outright "I'm done playing by the rules! Now we're gonna play by my rules!"
- Faux Affably Evil
- Fiery Redhead: Played with. When he's Burning with Anger, his head's "hair" of fire and the fire around him turns red.
- Genre Savvy: Though he didn't know it at the time, his choice to abandon Maleficent turned out to be a wise one, since the entirety of the group ended up dead besides Hook. In II, he blows up at Pete when he considers Sora done for after unleashing the Heartless into the Underworld, knowing all too well the Heartless were no match for the Keybearer.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: When he meets Aqua for the first time he calls her "bluebird", walks up close to her, leans in and examines her. If you notice, his eyes move down from her face, then to her chest, and then back to her face.
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- I Have Your Girlfriend: Megara. "Now, we're gonna play by my rules."
- Insult Backfire:Sora: Lowlife!Hades: Heh! You're too kind, kid!
- Joker Immunity: Well duh, he is a god.
- Karma Houdini: Even when put through similar events to the Hercules movie, Hades escapes the Well of Souls immediately. A combination of Punchclock Villain and As Long as There Is Evil; he never quite goes over the Moral Event Horizon.
- Large and In Charge: Though he has larger minions, he's very big, and in charge of the Underworld.
- Large Ham
- Laughably Evil
- Manipulative Bastard
- Nigh Invulnerable: He's immune to all damage when in his "red fire" mode. Well, apart from that, he is a god, so that is expected.
- Offhand Backhand: Does this to Sora in II. And it's more like an Offhand flick.
- Only One Name: Although this is less because of Disney not making a surname for him, and more because of Classical Mythology.
- Physical God
- Playing with Fire: As in the film.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: In Birth by Sleep he has a pretty sexist attitude towards Aqua, expressing disbelief when he realizes the winner of the East Games is a woman, and repeatedly mocks her by calling her "bluebird".
- This Cannot Be!/Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: His defeat quote. "This. Isn't. Happening!" You'd think he'd stop saying it when you keep defeating him.
- Turns Red: Literally, whenever he's pissed.
- Sixth Ranger Traitor: He gradually pretty much abandons the rest of the villains. Surely enough, he's the only one not to need to be revived/released come II, and does his own thing in Olympus to no ill reprecussions, though he does still respect Maleficent a little, as he accepts assistance from Pete on her behalf.
- Summon Bigger Fish: After Pete naively suggests that the Heartless can defeat Sora, who does Hades summon to finish off the hero? Cerberus.
- Villainous Breakdown: He usually calms down fairly quickly, but in his final showdown against Sora & co, he had a completely epic one before trying to fry them alive.
- "What is so funny you imbeciles?! How dare you get a happy ending?! HOW DARE YOU?!!"
- Would Hit a Girl: More like "Would set a girl on fire" (or try to, anyway).
- An Ice Person: Duh.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: During the battle. Inverted during the victory cutscene, though.
- Beam Spam: It fires icicle shards as its main attack, and fires a lot of them.
- Breath Weapon: Which can turn you into a Human Popsicle.
- Bonus Boss
- Dem Bones
- Expy: Hades employs the "Ice Colossus", a weaker clone of the Ice Titan, in Birth By Sleep (the genuine article is still under lock and key at that point).
- Level Grinding: A famous use for it, as each time you deflect an icicle you get 24 exp. You're likely to get more exp from the icicles than you do for killing the Ice Titan itself. Add in tech boosts and you'll be leveled up several levels in just a few matches.
- Only Known By Its Title: Its name, Hydros, is never mentioned in any of the games.
- Sleep Mode Size: After Sora beats it, it loses so much mass it has to run away before he steps on it.
- Tennis Boss: Ice Titan is out of range of Sora's normal attacks, so you have to deflect its icicles at its head to knock it down.
- The Voiceless: Despite speaking in the film, it has no lines in any of the games.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
- The Bus Came Back: It was shown in a trailer, fighting Sora, Donald, and Goofy on a magical train, showcasing scenes from Kingdom Hearts III after only appearing once as an optional boss in the first game.
- The Cameo: Appears in the opening cutscene for his world in Kingdom Hearts II... only to be Team Rocketed away by Hercules.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Surprisingly averted, though made of rock, most of its attacks involve full-on physical attacks
- Final Boss: Of the Hades Cup and by extension the Olympus storyline of the first game. Though he's a much easier foe than Hades, but after fifty rounds of strong Heartless and bosses, are you complaining that this guy is the final boss?
- Man Bites Man: When knocked down on its back, its heads will occasionally perform a bite attack.
- Mighty Glacier: Incredibly so, but it makes sense considering it is a giant made out of stone. In early footage of a boss battle with it in III, it's considerably faster, though still by no means a Lightning Bruiser.
- Multiple Head Case: Has two heads that oddly seem to share the same mindless personality.
- No Body Left Behind: Crumbles apart after its defeat.
- Shockwave Stomp: Its main method of attack.
- The Voiceless: Same as with the Ice Titan.
"I am innocent scientist who created galaxy's most destructive – er, constructive species of all time."A self-proclaimed "evil genius," he is arrested for illegal genetic experimentation and now serves time in a cell within the Turo Prison Block.
Voiced by: Shozo Iizuka (Japanese), David Ogden Stiers (English)
- Adaptational Villainy: Double subverted, as he was originally a villain in his own series. The keyword being originally.
- Admiring the Abomination: More specifically, admiring himself for creating experiments, and then admiring the destructive power they have.
- A Father to His Men: After Sparky is beaten, Jumba grabs his dehydrated experiment and comforts it.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He calls himself an Evil Genius.
- Evil Genius
- For the Evulz
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: While not quite as pathetic as Pete, he's still arguably the least evil and menacing of the Disney villains thus far. The fact that he ends up pulling a Heel-Face Turn in his original continuity may have something to do with this.
- Large Ham
- Laughably Evil
- Mad Scientist
- Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Though to be fair, we don't know the specifications for earning a doctorate on whatever planet he comes from.
- Admiring the Abomination: Jumba acts like this towards all his experiments, including Sparky.
- Axe Crazy: Due to his programming.
- Icy Blue Eyes
- Lightning Gun: Can possess one.
- Psycho Electro
- Satellite Character: The only reason he comes up in the game is because Jumba takes offense to Terra not being sure if Stitch is evil. Aside from this Sparky isn't that relevant to the story.
- Ride The Lightning
- Shock and Awe
- Slasher Smile
- What Happened to the Mouse?: After Terra defeats him, he reverts back to pod form and is not mentioned again.
- You Are Number Six: He's only ever known as Experiment 221. He's only ever called "Sparky" by Lilo, who doesn't even show up in the game due to there being no arrival on Earth.
"Any last words before I blast you into a million pieces?"A very large captain in the Galactic Federation's army. He takes his responsibilities seriously, but his hotheaded attitude results in frequent failures.
- Fantastic Racism: Toward Stitch. He refuses to believe Stitch is capable of anything but havoc, and eventually decides to go against his orders and execute the little guy - and Aqua when she defends him.
- Hero Antagonist: Though he does become progressively less reasonable and heroic over the course of the Deep Space story.
- Good Old Fisticuffs
- I Am Big Boned: When he comes to get the prisoners, Stitch makes a remark in his gibberish language, prompting Gantu to yell "I'M JUST BIG-BONED!".
- Kick the Dog: Breaking Stitch's Wayfinder.
- Large and In Charge: Until he is demoted by the Grand Councilwoman, he appears to be the head of security on the Deep Space ship.
- Ray Gun
- Sapient Cetaceans
"Genie, my final wish! I want you to make me an all powerful GENIE! "He is the royal vizier of Agrabah. Two-faced and cunning, Jafar seeks the demise of Aladdin and to rule as sultan of Agrabah.
Voiced by: Akira Takarada (Japanese), Jonathan Freeman (English)
- A God Am I
- An Ice Person: Has an ice spell.
- And I Must Scream: Imprisoned in a lamp for a year between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II.
- Animal Motifs: Cobras.
- Beard of Evil
- Dirty Coward: He was portrayed as this in the manga. While something of a second-in-command for Maleficent during the games, the manga makes him nothing more than a snivelling, bootlicking wimp who's just waiting for his chance to stab Maleficent in the back. The manga version of Maleficent is aware of his cowardly nature, and only keeps him around because of his knowledge of Agrabah.
- The Dragon: Replaced with Hook and Riku after his defeat in the initial Kingdom Hearts, to Maleficent's Big Bad.
- Emergency Transformation: In the first game, Maleficent is constantly warning him not to take commanding the Heartless lightly. After Sora and crew beat his human self; we see a split second of him blackened and screaming. Then he wishes to be a Genie. This wasn't just a power-boost, it was to reverse his transformation into a Heartless.
- Evil Chancellor: Initially Royal Vizier of Agrabah.
- Evil Laugh: Gets in quite a few, which are played up for a curious montage in Kingdom Hearts II.
- Evil Sorcerer
- The Evil Genius
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Launches one from his staff as his primary attack.
- Get Back Here Boss: Spends his entire pre-genie boss fight in Kingdom Hearts just moving around the cave.
- Good Colors, Evil Colors
- Grand Vizier Jafar: His origin, by way of Aladdin.
- Hoist by His Own Petard
- Be Careful What You Wish For: He wanted to be a genie. He didn't take into account that that means he can be imprisoned in a lamp.
- Jackass Genie: In the sequel.
- Large Ham
- Lean and Mean
- Made of Evil: While not quite as much as other villains like Chernabog or Scar, he came perilously close to becoming a Heartless after his first boss battle, and both Pete and the Organization targeted him specifically to finish the job. Both parties are clearly well aware of how much darkness Jafar has if they are both gunning for him.
- Magic Staff: His signature Cobra headed staff.
- Mythology Gag: Most battles with his genie form have him floating over a pit of lava attacking you while you have to attack and destroy his lamp that Iago is flying around with to keep it away from you. This is a direct reversal of the climax of Return of Jafar, where Jafar trapped the heroes in a lava pit and Iago performed a Heel-Face Turn to try and get the lamp to them so they could destroy it.
- Playing with Fire: As a genie.
- One-Winged Angel: Turns into a red genie in the end of Kingdom Hearts' stay in Agrabah, and keeps it for Kingdom Hearts II.
- Scaled Up: Averted - he never uses his cobra transformation from the movie.
- Shoulders of Doom
- Slasher Smile: In the manga.
- Smug Snake
- The Starscream: Also in the manga; he wants to use his genie powers to overthrow Maleficent. He's also briefly mentioned to have already deposed the Sultan by the time Sora first visits Agrabah in the first game.
- Starter Villain: Due to Deep Jungle being retconed from continuity, Jafar holds this title as being the first Disney villain to be fought by Sora.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Pete makes no attempt to recruit him back to Maleficent's fold and instead outright tries to turn him into a Heartless.
- The Atoner: In the second game.
- Butt Monkey
- Deadpan Snarker
- Dirty Coward: Regardless of his side of the conflict.
- Heel-Face Turn: Though he still proves to be a Dirty Coward in the sequel despite being the heroes' friends, much like in his home continuity.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Luckily, he survived."You'd be surprised what you can live through."
- The Imp
- Misplaced Wildlife: He's a South American parrot in Saudi Arabia.
- Only One Name
- Polly Wants a Microphone
- Stationary Wings
- Toothy Bird
- Wild Card
Space Paranoids and The Grid
Master Control Program
Corey Burton replaces Warner as both the MCP and Sark.
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot
- Boss Banter: He doesn't attack on his own (he only can do so through in-built defensive measures), so rather than fight, he taunts you during the battle. And he never. Shuts. Up!"Insignificant user!""Is that the best a user can do?""I can repair that data...""Eliminate all threats!"
- Omnicidal Maniac: In the manga adaptation
- Pivotal Boss
- Villain Override: Does this to Sark in the final battle, giving many of his functions to him.
- We Can Rule Together: He attempted this on Tron. It didn't work; instead Tron takes over.
"Tenacious little bugs! Your time is up! Prepare for de-resolution!"A powerful program who doesn't serve any User — just the MCP. Commander Sark is pretty harsh to any program that tries to resist his master's power.With David Warner unable to reprise his role, Corey Burton fills his stead.
Voiced by: Tetsuo Kanao (Japanese), Corey Burton (English)
- Alas, Poor Villain: The reason behind Sark's villainy in the manga adaptation is because he was betrayed by his user, Ansem the Wise, and warns Tron that the same will happen to him, which causes Sora to feel sorry for Sark and promise Tron that they will be friends forever.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Thanks to the MCP.
- Deadly Disc
- The Dragon: To the MCP.
- Face-Heel Turn: In the manga adaptation, due to Ansem's betrayal.
- Evil Counterpart: Of Tron.
- Jacob Marley Warning: In the manga, Sark's dying words were to warn Tron about why they should not trust the users, since Ansem betrayed them long ago, which lead to Sark's Face-Heel Turn.
- Never Say "Die": See the above quote. Justified, seeing as they're computer programs, and derezzing is the same as dying for them.
- Only One Name
- Power-Up Letdown: Despite growing to gigantic proportions, Sark is actually quite laughable in his second form. He loses most of his mobility, his "Initiating data transfer!", and his attacks are easily telegraphed. In fact, by simply running away from him, Sora can knock him out effortlessly via Reaction Commands.
- Size Shifter
- Villain Teleportation
"You have a little item called the Keyblade. Hand it over, and I'll change Rinzler back into Tron."CLU is a program created by Kevin Flynn in his likeness to oversee the development of the Grid. However, following his programming to create a "perfect system", CLU betrayed Flynn and took the Grid under his undisputed control, while also issuing the complete annihilation of the ISOs, leaving Quorra as the sole survivor.Like other non-film appearances of the character, he is voiced by Fred Tatasciore rather than Jeff Bridges.
Voiced by: Tsutomu Isobe (Japanese), Fred Tatasciore (English)
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Subverted like in the film. CLU is still following his programming to try to create the perfect system. The problem is that Kevin made him when he was more naïve, and before he discovered the ISOs, so CLU's plan is equally naïve. Therefore, it isn't CLU who changed; it's Kevin.
- Anti-Mutiny: See above.
- Arch-Enemy: To Kevin Flynn.
- Artificial Human
- Badass Boast: "I created the perfect system! And now, you see the applications at my disposal!"
- Beard of Evil: Which, ironically, is also Kevin Flynn's former Badass Beard from when he was at the age when he created CLU.
- The Corrupter: Corrupted The Grid and also turned TRON into Rinzler. Not to mention the entire process of rectification. Its even implied that Commantis is actually a good Dream Eater controlled by him as well, as lightning from his ship strikes the disk in its head, and it subtly changes appearance when stunned.
- Creative Sterility: Why he has to rectify programs and Dream Eaters like Commantis instead of make new ones, and can't really think outside of his predefined mindset originally created by Kevin. Basics are unable to think outside of those parameters, unlike "Users" or ISOs, and, unlike Users, cannot create, only repurpose what is already there.
- Deadly Disc: Wields one, like everyone else in The Grid.
- Disney Villain Death: Subverted. He tries to jump a gap, and it looks like he will fall. However, he manages to make the jump, only to get offed a minute later.
- Drunk on the Dark Side: As shown by his obsession with the Commantis Dream Eater.
- Enemy Without: To Kevin Flynn.
- Evil Overlord: He rules the entire Grid with an iron fist.
- Evil Twin: Of Kevin Flynn, especially when he was younger.
- Fantastic Racism: Hates the ISOs for being imperfect and unpredictable.
- Faux Affably Evil: Though it drops completely when he hits his Villainous Breakdown.
- Fun with Acronyms: His name isn't "Clu", it's "CLU", which stands for "Codified Likeness Utility". It's unknown if, like in the original film, this is the second version of it.
- Gone Horribly Right: Kevin built him as help to create the "perfect system" around the time of the inception of the TRON system itself. The only good thing that can be said about the result is that it did work.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Tried to derezz Sora out of jealousy after Rinzler is freed.
- Hate Sink: Clu is, alongside Lady Tremaine and her daughters (whom he shares a lot of similarities with), one of the most despised Disney villains in the series, especially in Sora's Story.
- If I Can't Have You: A non-romantic example: Sora freeing Rinzler from Clu's control results in the evil program trying to kill them both out of jealousy towards the former, and succeeds with Rinzler.
- Jerkass: Arguably worse than in the film, especially in Sora's side.
- Karma Houdini: He manages to avoid defeat in Sora's story, making the Bittersweet Ending sadder. However, it's likely that he still met the same defeat he does in the film in that case, just without Sora's involvement.
- Kick the Dog: Clu does this by forcing Sora to fight Tron/Rinzler, knowing fully well that Sora was once friends with him. And when Tron gets restored, Clu kills him.
- Knight Templar: He will do anything to create the "perfect system".
- Large Ham
- Latex Space Suit
- Little "No": After Kevin tricks him into taking the wrong disc.
- Manipulative Bastard
- Moral Sociopathy
- A Nazi by Any Other Name: Complete with his Black Guards and Sentries Putting on the Reich.
- Non-Standard Character Design: Along with Barbossa and Sark, he is one of the only three live-action villains to be featured in the series.
- Not Quite Dead: Same situation as Frollo, he was not defeated in the real version of The Grid, so he could be back in later installments.
- Only One Name: Unless his acronym name could be counted as three, he's like most programs in this respect.
- The Perfectionist
- Perma Stubble: Even moreso than many other examples, since, as a program, his avatar is unchanging.
- A Pupil of Mine Until He Turned to Evil
- Rage Against the Heavens: With "the heavens" being Kevin Flynn.
- Really 700 Years Old: Due to the static nature of the Grid since Kevin's exile, CLU and all other remaining programs there are at least approximately one thousand cycles old, with "cycle" meaning "Grid-year".
- Rings of Death
- Sadistic Choice: He foists one of these on Sora: the Keyblade in exchange for turning Rinzler back into Tron.
- Totalitarian Utilitarian: He only wants the "perfect system". Unfortunately, he's the only one who thinks it's this, everyone else around him who follows him having been rectified.
- Tron Lines
- Turned Against Their Masters: Betrayed Kevin Flynn and took over The Grid.
- The Unfought: Justified if one takes into account the source material. CLU can No Sell a direct disc hit, and even the game implies that only Kevin in the Grid or Sam out in the outside world could defeat him. Therefore, it's highly probable that neither Sora nor Riku would be even able to scratch him.
- Villainous Breakdown: After being lectured by Kevin Flynn, and even more after learning of the disc swap that caused his defeat.
- Villainous BSOD: After Riku defeats the Commantis.
- Visionary Villain: He wants to create the perfect system.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He wants to bring the world to its maximum potential. Unfortunately, that means killing everything that's imperfect.
- Would Hurt a Child: Clu has no problems with sending Rinzler and the Commantis to derezz Sora and Riku, respectively. Though, being a program, he would not know anything about children, and would just dismiss the two boys as small programs.
The Pride Lands
"You're in trouble again. But this time daddy isn't here to save you."Scar is Simba's evil uncle. Scar was always jealous of his older brother Mufasa, and killed him so that he could become king of the Pride Lands.Neither Jeremy Irons or Jim Cummings reprise their joint note role as Scar, and the role is assumed by James Horan.
Voiced by: Haruhiko Jo (Japanese), James Horan (English)
- Amazing Technicolor Battlefield: Turns the top of Pride Rock into one for his boss fight.
- Alien Sky: He turns the sky green.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: The Groundshaker was so huge the entire savannah was the battlefield.
- Back from the Dead: His darkness was so strong, it helped him to come back as a Heartless after Simba killed him. When he died a second time, he came back again as a ghost. Later, his ghosts merged into the giant-sized Groundshaker Heartless, showing just how much darkness Scar had lodged in that callous heart of his.
- Big "NO!": As he's tossed off the cliff of Pride Rock.
- Bishonen Line: Inverted. Before your first boss fight against him, Pete states that he has become a Heartless, though he still looks like himself. During your second time in the Pride Lands, you encounter several avatars of him which eventually merge into the gigantic Groundshaker Heartless.
- The Caligula: The entire pride jumps at the chance of Sora possibly being able to depose Scar.
- Came Back Strong: He came back as a Heartless twice.
- Casting a Shadow: He combines this with a Foe-Tossing Charge in his first boss fight.
- Elemental Punch: Lots of them as a Heartless.
- Eldritch Abomination: As Groundshaker. Damn, that thing is even bigger than Godzilla himself.
- The End... Or Is It?: The defeat of Groundshaker wraps up the Pride Lands' story. Only it's been established that when an exceptionally powerful being turns into a Heartless, a Nobody is also created. Given Scar had enough darkness to maintain his original form after becoming a Heartless...
- Everything's Better with Monkeys/Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Groundshaker is a two-headed shaman monkey riding a two-headed triceratops. Yup, the many ghosts of an evil lion merged to form ''that'' thing. Wrap your head around that.
- Evil Gloating: Which ultimately gets him in trouble...
- Evil Makeover: Does this to Pride Rock for his boss fight.
- Evil Prince
- Evil Uncle
- Faux Affably Evil: Smarmy and smooth? Yes. Dangerous? Check other entires, particularly Made of Evil.
- Fisher King
- Foe-Tossing Charge: A darkness-based one in his first boss fight.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: His pink gash over his left eye is an Evil Scar that earned his nickname.
- Hive Mind/Big Dumb Body: As Groundshaker, he has two bodies. The smaller body sits on top of the larger one and controls it.
- Large Ham
- Made of Evil: Once he became a Heartless. Put it this way — the only other person who retained their original appearance after turning into a Heartless was Ansem (and even then, Ansem needed Demonic Possession to retain his original appearance, Scar didn't even need to possess anyone to retain it)! Scar had even more darkness in his heart than even Xehanort did!
- Manipulative Bastard: Even as a Heartless.
- One-Winged Angel: As mentioned above, the Groundshaker Heartless is technically his final form.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: His real name isn't actually "Scar", it's Prince Taka. That said, nobody ever calls him anything but Scar.
- Our Ghosts Are Different: They were avatars that he projected as a Heartless.
- Panthera Awesome
- Playing with Fire: One of his Elemental Powers in both forms.
- Scars Are Forever
- Shock and Awe: He can summon lightning bolts during his first boss fight.
- Shockwave Stomp: As Groundshaker.
- Smug Snake
- The Worm That Walks: His many ghosts all merge to form the Groundshaker.
Shenzi, Banzai and Ed
Hey look, a snack!" "Snack? No, we got ourselves a three-course meal!These three hyenas are Scar's right-hand men during his regime as king of the Pride Lands. Shenzi, the leader, is the only female; the two males, Banzai and Ed, are sulking and... well, Ed, respectively.Cheech Marin and Jim Cummings reprise their roles, while Shenzi is voiced by Tress Macneille as opposed to Whoopi Goldberg.
- Adaptational Heroism: It's unlikely that they would've been on civil terms with the heroes after Scar's defeat in the original film, as they are here. The second visit especially fleshes out the better side of the hyenas as noted below.
- Aerith and Bob: Ed is the only one whose name is not Swahili.
- Artistic License – Biology: Unlike the film's Truth in Television example, Banzai appears to be the one in charge here.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Ed, of course.
- Co-Dragons: To Scar.
- Comic Trio: They're as funny as ever.
- Genre Savvy: After Sora and company stop them from eating Timon and Pumbaa, the hyenas learn their lesson and give up trying to eat them. Banzai even exasperatedly asks Sora to leave them alone when they are confronted during the second visit to the Pride Lands.
- Hazy Feel Turn: After Scar's defeat, they stop trying to kill Sora and his friends, but they certainly aren't buddies with them. Their second boss fight barely qualifies as a fight, since Sora has to simply chase them around the Elephant Graveyard and beat them to a pulp. Following this, they can be approached and spoken to, and get along fairly well with Sora during their conversations.
- Hidden Depths: Shenzi not only appreciates that they still have food after Scar's defeat, but somehow knows the mechanics of how and when his ghost appears. There's also their comments following the end of the second visit to the Pride Lands that indicates they're smarter and better people than they appear.
- The Hyena: Obviously.
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: They're beloved, popular and hilarious characters from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, but just like in the film, they are surprisingly competent and dangerous. To hammer the point home, less than two minutes after their arrival in the Pride Lands, Sora and friends are nearly eaten by the hyenas.
- Perpetual Smiler: Ed.
- Psychopathic Manchild: All three qualify as this, laughing their asses off at Simba's name (much like how Shenzi shivered at Mufasa's)
- The Smurfette Principle: Shenzi is the only female of the trio.
- Spanner in the Works: If Scar had not summoned his minions when he did, there's no telling just how bad things would've gotten for the entire Kingdom Hearts universe if Sora, Donald and Goofy ended up getting Eaten Alive by these guys. Not even Xehanort would've been happy to learn if Sora had been eaten by some random hyenas.
- Two Guys and a Girl
- The Unintelligible: Ed, whose quotes are simply his whacky laughter with Sora's inner interpretation ("He seems genuinely ecstatic").
- Unwitting Pawn: Shenzi theorizes that they were this to Scar when they worked for him.
- Would Hurt a Child: Besides the time they tried to eat Simba and Nala as cubs, they also come this close to chomping down on Sora.
"Blasted gorillas! I'll hunt down every last one of them!"A veteran hunter. He acted as Jane's guide on her expedition to the jungle. He thought of animals only as prey, and dreamed of the money to be made selling gorillas to zoos back at home.
Appearances: Kingdom Hearts
- Badass Mustache
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: As with everything else regarding Deep Jungle
- Dual Boss: He fought side by side with a Stealth Sneak Heartless in his battle which proved to be his undoing as it crushed him when it died.
- Egomaniac Hunter: Even moreso than in the movie, where his plan was to capture and sell the animals — here, he just wanted to kill them.
- Large Ham: Just look at who voiced him.
- Last Name Basis: He was only known as "Clayton", with his first name, John, excluded from the game.
- No Cure for Evil: Averted, he used Healing Potions to heal himself if you leave him alone too long.
- Shotguns Are Just Better
- Starter Villain: He was the first Disney villain you ever fought in the series. Though due to the world's exclusion later on, Jafar now holds this title in canon.
"You best start believin' in ghost stories, Miss Turner. For, ya see, tonight — you're in one!"Captain of the Black Pearl and leader of the undead pirates. The medallions' curse keeps Captain Barbossa and his men in a kind of limbo between life and death. Their true form is revealed in the moonlight, and it's a terrifying sight to see.Geoffrey Rush was unable to return to voice Barbossa for the initial English release, but when the game was released for Australian audiences, he returned to his role.
- Affably Evil
- Evil Laugh
- Large Ham
- Master Swordsman
- Nice Hat
- Non-Standard Character Design: The first of two live action disney villains to make it into Kingdom Hearts. Like all of Port Royal, he is rendered realistically proportioned and looks like a real person, in contrast to the cartoony looks of Sora, Donald, and Goofy.
- Pirate: How did you miss this one?
- Sneak Attack: He fights alongside an Illuminator heartless which makes the area pitch black, allowing Barbossa to attack from the dark.
- Stepping-Stone Sword: Sora can step on Barbossa's blade as a reaction command then show him that against him Guns Are Worthless.
- Sword and Gun
- Animate Dead: Sends ghosts and souls of the dead after Riku to weaken him in Dream Drop Distance.
- Bigger Bad: He may qualify as this, considering he's Satan and an even more powerful entity than Xehanort himself who is legitimately made of darkness, and is far from a major player in the story.
- Breakout Character: He's very popular amongst the fandom, and his appearances only get better in each game/remake he appears in due to his popularity. note
- Breath Weapon
- The Bus Came Back
- Dark Is Evil
- Demon Lords And Arch Devils
- Evil Overlord
- Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: In Kingdom Hearts. His appearance makes more sense in 3D.
- Glowing Eyes of Doom
- Made of Evil: To the point he was going to be the Bigger Bad and Final Boss of the first game, and the embodiment of the darkness Sora fought in that game.
- Obviously Evil
- Only One Name
- Playing with Fire
- Stationary Boss
- Supernatural Gold Eyes
- Unexpected Gameplay Change: In 3D, Riku must fight him using Dive Mode controls. This is possibly why you don't get to fight him in the postgame.
- Villain Song/Leitmotif: Night On Bald Mountain. Notable for being the only Disney boss to get his own theme in the series. He did not have it in the Japanese version of Kingdom Hearts though. But, he does have it in Dream Drop Distance. In Kingdom Hearts, the arrangement featured is more of a "Kingdom Hearts take" on it, naturally. For Dream Drop Distance and HD 1.5 Remix, it's an arrangement far more evocative of a classical musical piece.
- The Voiceless: As in the original film.
"Now you will be judged...just like the rest!"A ruthless and self-righteous justice minister who is Quasimodo's reluctant guardian, seeing the evil he commits to be for the greater good.Tony Jay passed away several years before the game's release, so the role is played by Corey Burton, who gave an impersonation of Jay that was well-received, and deemed faithful and respectful to the late actor.
Voiced by: Shozo Sasaki (Japanese), Corey Burton (English)
- Abusive Parent: Or at least an abusive version of The Caretaker for Quasimodo.
- Cool Sword: Brandishes one in cutscenes but is unfortunately The Unfought.
- Dark Is Evil: Openly uses his darkness, assuming it to be a gift from God, during his purge of the gypsies. Surprisingly, Sora was able to walk past him without detecting it, a contrast to Lady Tremaine in Birth by Sleep, whose darkness was imminently detected by Aqua.
- Disney Villain Death: Falls off Notre Dame into the fire below while Laughing Mad in Riku's scenario but gets the implied smiting by God Himself that he did in the movie in Sora's.
- Drunk on the Dark Side
- Evil Old Folks
- Famous Last Words: "Judgement is MINE" in Riku's story.
- It's the same as the film in Sora's story: "And He shall smite the wicked and plunge them into the fiery pit forever..."
- Hanging Judge
- Hoist by His Own Petard: In Riku's story, he prepares to fight Riku himself, and summons the Wargoyle, which flies overhead and causes vibrations, making Frollo lose his footing on the guard-rail and fall.
- However due to him not visibly trying to keep his balance, and him Laughing Mad as he fell, it may have been intentional
- If I Can't Have You: It's immensely downplayed compared to the film.
- Knight Templar
- Laughing Mad: Read above.
- Manipulative Bastard
- Non-Human Sidekick: The Wargoyle, which replaces Captain Phoebus as his Dragon.
- Non Sequitur Fallacy: His first lines in Sora's scenario are along the lines of "What terrible clothes. You must be a gypsy." Never mind that Sora's clothes are dominated by black, white, and red and sure don't look like the bright, colorful clothes that the Roma (the modern day, correct term for those who used to be referred to as gypsies) tended to wear in that world, but it doesn't even seem to occur to him that Sora's complexion and hair color don't look even an iota similar to the Roma.
- Given that Quasimodo, the son of a gypsy that Frollo murdered, also has fair skin and reddish-brown hair, this conception is somewhat more believable, at least in the world's context.
- Not Quite Dead: Yeah..., even after all the effort put in to stop him, that only happened in "that world's dream" meaning that he is still alive and well, doing what he does in the real La Cité des Cloches.
- However, the worlds tend to dream of past events, so it may well be that his death already happened, shortly before the world fell to darkness.
- Politically Incorrect Villain
- Sinister Minister: Although he seems more intent on law (or his interpretation of it) than religion.
- Summon Magic: The darkness in his heart allows him to call Dream Eaters which he believes is a divine power granted by God.
- The Unfought: Much to the dismay of many fans.
"And the brat's friends are the king's lackeys. Swoggle me eyes, they're all bilge rats by the look of them.Captain Hook is the leader of the pirates who sail the waters of Neverland, and Peter Pan's arch nemesis.In the Japanese version of the first game, he was voiced by Chikao Ohtsuka. In Birth by Sleep he was voiced by Naoya Uchida instead.
- Badass Normal: He has no supernatural powers, darkness or otherwise, and uses only his sword and bombs to fight. He's still one of the highest ranking villains in Maleficent's crew, and his boss fights are usually among the tougher ones.
- Bling of War: He wears an expensive red pirate coat with a big hat to fit his captain status.
- Boss Arena Idiocy: His boss battle in Ven's story in Birth by Sleep takes place on a small rocky island that has a few submerged steps around it that Ven can stand on. As it's on a lower level than the island itself, Ven is safe from all of Hook's attacks except his explosive presents, and since it still counts as ground, the crocodile can't get you. It's supposed to be counterbalanced by being unable to attack Hook while standing on them but there's nothing stopping you from using long-range spells like Fire or even Thunder.
- Cool Boat: In the first game Riku hitches a ride on it to cross into other worlds.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Yes he's a bumbling, cowardly fool who can't even beat a kid, but when pushed enough...oh boy, he sure knows how to slit people apart with that sword and hook.
- Dirty Coward
- The Dragon: He seemed to be this to Maleficent in the first game, only out-ranked by her and Jafar and, later, Riku.
- Hook Hand
- Large Ham
- Laughably Evil
- Last Name Basis: Everyone calls him "Captain Hook" or "Hook". His given name (James) isn't even well known by most audiences.
- Master Swordsman
- Manipulative Bastard
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: Just because he wimps out when the Croc visits, it doesn't mean he can't fight with a sword.
- Throw Down the Bomblet: Disguised as presents just like in the movie.
- Unstoppable Rage/Villainous Breakdown: After he has his ass handed to him by Sora long enough, he'll snap, turn berserk during the middle part of the boss fight, and then chase after Sora like a madman, ignoring his own swordsman professionalism in exchange for wild, brutal swings in an attempt to kill him. He also does this against Ven.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Pete ends up manipulating his darkness during 358/2 Days to create some powerful Heartless, and very nearly succeeds in making him one himself.
- The Berserker
- Bonus Boss: In 3D.
- Damage-Sponge Boss: Twelve lifebars!
- De-power: While electrified, he can lock away the commands used by Sora and Riku.
- Duel Boss/In the End, You Are on Your Own: To even the odds, your Dream Eaters are forced to sit the fight out, so the only consideration when choosing your party members are what abilites they give you.
- Elemental Punch: Electric version.
- Expy: Of Pete.
- Frankenstein's Monster
- Genre Savvy: Spamming Dodge Roll will not get you far; he has several moves, particularly the running punch barrage, that are designed to counter or outrun Dodge Roll. On the bright side, he leaves some room for more creative ways to defend and counter (unlike a certain Birth by Sleep bonus boss or two).
- Handicapped Badass: Has a peg leg.
- Interface Screw: If he is electrified, he can temporarily lock away one of your commands when he climbs, and then jumps down from the building, bouncing towards you in the arena you fight him in. Hope the command isn't from the "Cure" series.
- Lightning Bruiser: He hits hard, and suprisingly fast for someone his size.
- Shock and Awe: Taken to frightening extremes once you knock half his health off.
- SNK Boss: His attacks hit ridiculously hard, about half of them can't be blocked, and getting pinned in a corner by any of his (numerous) combos is basically a death sentence. As described in Genre Savvy, he's incredibly hard to run away from. And he can jump to just about anywhere in the area and attack from any angle. Later in the fight, he channels lightning, so all his attacks then have ridiculous hitboxes and can occasionally lock out your commands.
- Standard Status Effects: If he grabs you, prepare to be ravaged by almost every negative status effect in the game. Going in without at least Blindness Block is unwise.
- Unexpected Character: Unlike some of the other reveals and characters in 3D, virtually nobody expected to see Julius, least of all as the secret boss.
- Unskilled, but Strong: His attacks are basic, but very effective.
- Wrestler in All of Us: Using punches, elbow drops, charging tackles, and a punch barrage close to a spinning clothesline.
"Nobody disrespects me! NOBODY!"An evil bag of bugs who loves gambling with dice and dreams of causing trouble for Jack in Halloween Town. In Kingdom Hearts he steals a heart that Jack and Finklestien create to control the Heartless, but uses their power too much and succumbs to the darkness. In Chain of Memories he does the same thing as last time except it's a memory potion. In Kingdom Hearts II, he is resurrected by Maleficent so they can turn Santa Claus into a heartless.The Other Darrin is Averted, as Ken Page still happily reprises his role whenever asked.
Voiced by: Hiroshi Hatanaka (Japanese), Ken Page (English)
- Alas, Poor Villain: In Co M in any case, its hard not to feel a little disturbed and sorry for him as he begins suffering due to the fear the potion is causing him.
- Back from the Dead: Maleficent brings him back, but he's not all there.
- Berserk Button: Being fooled or tricked.
- Bond Villain Stupidity: He always uses traps in his attempts to stop Sora and his allies, since he doesn't quite have the guts to take care of them directly. Justified in that he's a pretty bad fighter in close combat.
- The Brute: Of Maleficent's group in the first game.
- Came Back Wrong: Well, Maleficent was certainly frustrated by his amnesia following his resurrection in II.
- Conveyor Belt of Doom: His boss fight in II takes place on these, mainly due to the fact that he blocks off the rest of the area for it.
- Demoted to Dragon: In Kingdom Hearts II, Oogie is forced to serve as this to Maleficent after she brings him back. However, his severe amnesia and rude behavior caused her to leave in anger before she could turn Santa into a Heartless.
- Dirty Coward
- The Dreaded: To his minions, anyway. And to most of Halloween Town in general.
- Evil Genius: true, he's not altogether the smartest villain when it comes to most things, but If Kingdom Hearts II is anything to go by, he can reformat entire systems of machines into a battle arena and Heartless manufacturing systems.
- Evil Is Not a Toy: learns this lesson hard in the first game, as his using the artificial heart caused the Heartless to take him.
- Evil Laugh
- Family-Unfriendly Death: Unlike most of the other villains in the series, Oogie's deaths are rather graphic when you think about it. His insides are essentially coming out, while his skin is coming undone and he yells in agony.
- Faux Affably Evil
- From II; "It's the last thing I remember! And it's the only thing I'll remember...!" Turns out, he's developed anterograde amnesianote
- For the Evulz
- The Gambler: But he sucks at gambling. More specifically, if he rolls an undesired number, or snake eyes, he stomps the ground to change them to something more favorable.
- Insult Backfire: Though he's not the one on the receiving end, nor is he the one the original insult was directed to.(regarding Sora, Donald and Goofy) Captain Hook: Swoggle me eyes, they're all bilge rats, by the look of them!Oogie: You're no prize yourself!
- It's Personal: In II, he not only seeks revenge on his typical arch-enemy Jack, but explicitly swears vengeance on Sora, Donald and Goofy as well, for their part in his demise in the first game.
- Killed Off for Real: Appears to be the case, as Donald crushes his brain bug after his defeat in II. Though considering he's been killed this way and resurrected in his own series' continuity (Nightmare Before Christmas Oogies Revenge) he could be revived later on.
- Large Ham
- No Cure for Evil: Averted, by rolling a certain number with his dice he can activate a machine that he uses to heal himself, this is also true for his boss fight in Chain of Memories.
- Non-Action Big Bad: As in the film, he possesses no martial ability of his own (bar a slap or two when you get too close), and relies on his traps and devices to deal with you. Once you get close, he's all yours.
- Nostalgia Filter: Averted; When he takes the Memory Potion in COM, he's driven insane and begs for it to stop. Dr. Finklestein had said the potion replays the true memories of a person instead of the possibly self-edited memories they would remember otherwise.
- One-Winged Angel: When he merges with his manor.
- Puzzle Boss
- Resurrection Sickness: He suffers from amnesia after Maleficent revives him.
- Scary Black Man: His voice actor, anyway.
- Stationary Boss: When he merges with his manor, he barely moves.
- Troll: He loves messing with his fellow villains (as Captain Hook learned), teases Jack as much as he threatens him, and outright drives Maleficent away by clowning around too much.
- Villainous Breakdown: "Nobody disrespects me! NOBODY!!"
Queen of Hearts
"Off with their heads!"A queen of Wonderland who lives in a castle with decks and decks of card soldiers. Selfish and short-tempered, she beheads anyone who crosses her. She thinks Alice tried to steal her heart.
Voiced by: Sumie Ozawa (Japanese), Tress MacNeille (English)
- Adipose Rex
- Decoy Antagonist: In the manga adaptation for Days, she appears to be the Big Bad, but the honor instead goes to the Cheshire Cat for throwing a hedgehog at her and framing Roxas for the crime, causing the furious Queen to order his execution by guillotine.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She is said to be vigorously protecting her subjects and soldiers from the Heartless after the Final Keyhole is unlocked, apparently out of sheer force of will and heart, considering she has no martial abilities to speak of.
- Flunky Boss: She's no threat, its her card soldiers you have to look out for.
- Goofy Print Underwear: if struck in the boss fight, she flips upside-down revealing these.
- God Save Us from the Queen!
- Hanging Judge: Seems very prone to immediately ordering the decapitation of those who she assumes to go against her.
- Harmless Villain: The Queen herself is useless in combat, her Card Soldiers rely on Zerg Rush tactics and are still pathetic, and she has no part in any of Maleficent's plans, staying confined to Wonderland and not doing anything malicious there other than being a petty Jerkass.
- Hidden Depths: After the final Keyhole is locked, and if you choose to return to her courtroom and talk to her, she and her subjects display a great deal of concern for The Darkness and are on lookout, showing they have more of a knowledge about otherworldly affairs than previously thought.
- Large Ham
- Offhand Backhand: If the rim of the booth she is sitting in is mounted during her boss fight, she does a really weak version of one.
- OOC Is Serious Business: When she's ended her Kangaroo Court in favor of fighting the Heartless, it's truly a sign of how serious things have gotten after the Final Keyhole is unlocked, and how much she takes it seriously.
- Pimped-Out Dress
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Surprisingly, yes, she's this. After the final Keyhole is unlocked, and the Heartless grow much more powerful, she stops her Kangaroo Court and Hanging Judge tendencies immediately and is said to be actively keeping the Heartless at bay from her castle and subjects.
- Staff of Authority: It's not really a staff though, it's more of a lollipop shaped like a heart.
- Unholy Matrimony: Has a crush on Luxord in the manga of Days; likely due to his affinity of Gambling. (and she's a Card.)
Corey Burton to assume the role instead.
- Animal Motif: Hawks or raptor birds
- Attack Animal: His bird Hayabusa.
- Battle Aura
- The Berserker
- Black Eyes of Crazy
- Boss Banter: This makes a large part of his speaking role."You think you can overpower ME!!??"
- Cool Sword: It appears to be a very large kris.
- Evil Laugh
- Family-Unfriendly Death: In the Manga, he makes a deal with Xigbar in exchange for power. When he fails and pleads for more, Xigbar comes to the conclusion that he isn't worth the trouble and promptly shoots him in the head, point blank. What makes this even worse is the fact that even Sora winces at it.
- Boom, Headshot: Again, only in the Manga.
- Four-Star Badass
- Generic Doomsday Villain: There's no word on what his motives for invading with the Heartless are, nor does he have much dialogue and screentime. He's defined by the threat he poses. However, dialogue with the Emperor and knowledge of the film of origin implies that he might have been using them to try to take over and destroy China.
- Genius Bruiser: Manages to command and Organize Heartless with his military expertise alone, sneak heartless into the ranks of Shang's army, tricks Sora and co., and also puts up a good fight.
- Good Eyes, Evil Eyes
- Horse of a Different Color: In the Manga, as opposed to visiting Land of Dragons later on, He rides the Stormrider heartless, marking another similarity to Clayton.
- Kneel Before Zod: See his quote above. Aside from his battle quotes, and "Attack" which he yells during the recreation of the avalanche scene, it's his only spoken line in the game.
- Shockwave Stomp
- Spin Attack
- Starter Villain: He's a step up from Clayton, but still performs a similar role.
- Attack Animal: Truth in Television, training falcons was, and still is, common among central Asian nomad groups.
- Dual Boss: With Shan Yu, though, due to his light damage output, fast movement, and tiny hitbox, its likely a player with focus more on Shan Yu and the heartless he summons.
- Feathered Fiend: the third villainous bird sidekick to be featured in the series, alongside Diablo and Iago.
- Hypercompetent Sidekick
- Meaningful Name: Hayabusa is Japanese for "Peragrine Falcon", which is odd seeing as the is China
- Noble Bird Of Prey: he fights right alongside Shan Yu, swooping in to attack.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Has a big case of this; Hayabusa doesn't need to be be beaten in Shan Yu's boss fight (and its unlikely a player will do so), and its never shown if the Falcon simply flew off or died.
"See what happens when you go against my wishes?"Lady Tremaine is mother by blood of Anastasia and Drizella. Keeping Cinderella as a slave, she will do anything to ensure her two daughters' own success.
Voiced by: Aiko Konoshima (Japanese), Susanne Blakeslee (English)
- Adaptational Villainy: She was a villain in the movie but emotional abuse and manipulation were the worst of her crimes, in Birth by Sleep she straight-up tries to murder Cinderella
- Arc Villain Triumvirate: She's one along with her daughters for the Castle of Dreams.
- Bait-and-Switch Boss: For a moment, it looks like Aqua would end up in a four against one battle against the Tremaine family and the Cursed Coach (similar to Barbossa and the Illuminator). But then, fate has other plans with the Tremaines...
- Cats Are Mean: Lucifer.
- Dark Is Evil: Has more than enough darkness in her heart for Aqua to detect instantly. It's implied that she may have more darkness in her heart than almost all the other Disney villains, probably only beaten by Maleficent and Scar.
- Evil Laugh: Tremaine gives out a very sadistic evil laugh when she tried to murder her step-daughter.
- Evil Old Folks
- Family-Unfriendly Death: She's burned to death along with her daughters by the Unversed carriage's fire bombs.
- Gory Discretion Shot: Her death takes place offscreen. The camera cuts to Aqua and Cindy gasping in shock.
- Hate Sink: Lady Tremaine and her daughters are, alongside Clu (whom they share a lot of similarities with), among the most despised Disney villains in the series, especially in Aqua's Story.
- If I Can't Have You: A non-romantic example: Tremaine's refusal to allow her step-daughter to live happily ever after triggers the summoning of the Cursed Coach.
- Jerkass: Moreso than in the films.
- Karma Houdini: Her famous status of this in the original movies is actually avoided here, as her last scene features her, Anastasia, and Drizella presumably killed by an Unversed.
- Kill Her With Fire / Burn the Bitch: A fitting punishment for attempting to murder Cinderella, and what a way to start their well-deserved eternal suffering.
- Last Name Basis: She's only known as "Lady Tremaine", as in the films.
- Made of Evil: Has enough darkness in her heart to be considered this in the eyes of Aqua.
- Manipulative Bitch
- Never Say "Die": The final fate of Tremaine and her daughters is, according to Aqua, "The Darkness in their hearts overtook them." Then again, it can also just be a way to say "they brought it on themselves".
- Parental Favoritism: If it were possible, Birth by Sleep actually pushes this trope even further.
- The Power of Hate: Tremaine's hatred towards Cinderella is what allowed her to summon the Cursed Coach and, according to it's journal entry, the Symphony Master.
- Right-Hand Cat: Who's even a boss battle!
- Sadist: Just LOOK at her face when the Cursed Coach tries to murder Cinderella.
- Smug Snake
- The Unfought: Gets herself burned before Aqua could even fight her.
- Villainous Breakdown: Does she and her daughters realize that killing Cinderella will guarantee their own executions by the furious king?
- Wicked Stepmother
- Would Hurt a Child/Offing the Offspring: She's willing to send a pumpkin monster to kill her step-daughter because she hates her that much.
- Alpha Bitches: They are snobs, after all.
- Arc Villain Triumvirate: They're one along with their mother for the Castle of Dreams.
- Bait And Switch Bosses
- The Bullies
- Cain and Abel: Female examples. Drizella and Anastasia are the Cains to Cinderella's Abel. Though they didn't succeed in killing her.
- Dark Is Evil: Their darkness is more than enough for Aqua to instantly detect, and would cause her to plan their assassination.
- Dreadful Musicians: Both of them, based on their journal entries. Drizella can't sing despite the costy classes she takes, and Anastasia takes pride in her flautist skills, despite being the worst flautist ever.
- Evil Diva: Due to Drizella being pure evil, she can be considered one, even though we never hear her sing.
- Evil Laugh: Alongside their mother, when they tried to murder Cinderella.
- Evil Redhead: Anastasia
- Green Eyed Monsters: Both are murderously envious to Cinderella because of her beauty.
- Hate Sink: Alongside their mother and Clu. In fact, this is the only canon in which Anastasia is too evil to ever be redeemed.
- If I Can't Have You: A non-romantic example: Drizella and Anastasia's refusal to allow their step-sister to live happily ever after triggers the summoning of the Cursed Coach.
- Jerks with Hearts of Jerks: And there's no chance of redemption for Anastasia now, provided that the world does not appear in subsequent games.
- Kill Them With Fire / Burn the Bitches
- Made of Evil: Especially in contrast to Cinderella
- Mummy's Little Villains
- The Power of Hate: Their hatred towards Cinderella is what allowed them to summon the Cursed Coach AND, according to its journal entry, the Symphony Master
- Sadists: Seeing their former step-sister being attacked by the Cursed Coach really pleases them.
- Sibling Rivalry: To each other mostly, but most heartlessly to Cinderella, to the point where they are willing to kill her after she is freed from their tyranny.
- Those Two Evil Girls
- The Unfought: Gets themselves burned before Aqua could even fight them.
- Villainous Breakdown: Cinderella getting her freedom from their tyranny, as well as the Prince's hand in marriage, is what caused the step-sisters to snap out of anger, jealousy and hatred.
- Would Hurt a Child
"The sea and all its spoils bow to my power!"A sea witch, Ursula was once a senior member of King Triton's court. However, she was banished for her love of Black Magic. Ursula has two pet eels, Flotsam and Jetsam, whom she refers to as her "poopsies".
Voiced by: Kujira (Japanese), Pat Carroll (English)
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Twice, once during each of her lives before her defeats. She's this the entirety of her first appearance in Dream Drop Distance.
- Back from the Dead: In Kingdom Hearts II, nobody notices how weird her revival is, but fans theorize that it relates to her mastery of the powers of darkness.
- Subverted in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. She is brought back as the tutorial boss, and appears to remember her previous defeats. However, the journal reveals that she is merely a phantom.
- Berserk Button: Ursula grows to giant size after Sora kills her Mooks Flotsam and Jetsam.
- Breath Weapon
- Combat Tentacles: Of course!
- Deal with the Devil: Offers one to Ariel in both Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. In the latter case, she was faking a Heel-Face Turn and wanted to give the deal as a gesture of her new found "good will".
- Demoted to Extra: She's the first boss of Dream Drop Distance, and fades into the shadows following her allotted beating.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Her love of Flotsam and Jetsam, but it's downplayed in the series. When they're killed in the first game, she only briefly gives a brief look of horror before retreating, and doesn't react too much to their deaths in II.
- Fat Bitch: She's incredibly plump and incredibly evil.
- Foreshadowing: Defeating her in the first game doesn't release her victims from their BalefulPolymorph. That's because she's not dead.
- Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: In Dream Drop Distance. She's never mentioned again after her defeat. She doesn't even get a character bio!
- I'm a Humanitarian: She tries to eat Sora and friends during her final boss battle in the original game.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Only this time, it was by having the trident being hurled into her. Incidentally, this was originally how Ursula was going to be defeated in an early draft of the original film.
- Killed By The Adaptation: Her fate in the Kingdom Hearts 1 manga, she does not appear in the Kingdom Hearts 2 manga.
- Large Ham: And the hamminess only gets larger when she does physically.
- Making a Splash
- Mama Bear: To Flotsam and Jetsam.
- Manipulative Bitch
- One-Winged Angel: In all the games she is in, she turns into a giant form of herself. Trying to defeat her in the first game when she's in that form is pretty hard.
- Only One Name
- Power Hair
- Prongs of Poseidon: When she has king Triton's trident anyway.
- Shock and Awe
- Size Shifter
- Slasher Smile: In the manga.
- Villainous Glutton: She tries to eat you during her second boss battle in the first game. Repeatedly.
- Villain Song: "Ursula's Revenge" in Kingdom Hearts II, which also serves as her Boss Battle due to the mechanics of the world.
- Wicked Witch