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** On Critical Mode, you start the game with several helpful abilities, including Aerial Recovery, Rising Spiral, Groundbreaker, and Combo Master. You also gain access a few exclusive abilities, including the Critical Converter Ability, which disables Attraction Flow but causes Situation Commands to always give you Formchanges instead, as well as the Critical Counter ability which causes your reprisals to do extra damage with reprisals if you block just as an attack would land.

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** On Critical Mode, you start the game with several helpful abilities, including Aerial Recovery, Rising Spiral, Groundbreaker, and Combo Master. You also gain access a A few abilities exclusive abilities, including the to this difficulty are also available, such as Critical Converter Ability, Converter, which disables Attraction Flow but causes Situation Commands to always give you Formchanges instead, as well as the and Grand Magic in favor of formchanges, and Critical Counter ability Counter, which causes your reprisals to do adds extra damage with to reprisals if you block just as an attack would land.from exceptionally timed blocks.


** On Critical Mode, you start the game with several helpful abilities, including Aerial Recovery, Rising Spiral, Groundbreaker, and Combo Master. You also gain access a few exclusive abilities, including theCritical Converter Ability, which disables Attraction Flow but causes Situation Commands to always give you Formchanges instead, as well as the Critical Counter ability which causes your reprisals to do extra damage with reprisals if you block just as an attack would land.

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** On Critical Mode, you start the game with several helpful abilities, including Aerial Recovery, Rising Spiral, Groundbreaker, and Combo Master. You also gain access a few exclusive abilities, including theCritical the Critical Converter Ability, which disables Attraction Flow but causes Situation Commands to always give you Formchanges instead, as well as the Critical Counter ability which causes your reprisals to do extra damage with reprisals if you block just as an attack would land.


** Demyx mentions that [[spoiler: One of them took his spot]]. The player will, due to San Fransokyo, be led to believe that he's talking about Dark Riku. But he can actually be [[spoiler: talking about ''Xion''.]]


** The player is led to believe that Vexen has defected and rejoined the Organization, based upon his "intro" cutscene depicting him with a SlasherSmile, mentioning he doesn't care about anything but his research in said cutscene, and on top of that, willingly visiting the Caribbean to observe what happens. Actually, these are all foreshadowing [[spoiler: his HeelFaceTurn, and that he's actually ''Even'', not Vexen. His smile is because Xehanort is believing him.]]
*** Even more foreshadowed in that [[spoiler: Saïx says to Vexen, "Humanity is a precious gift", implying that Vexen is already recompleted, he's just ''pretending'' to be Vexen instead of Even.]]


** On Critical Mode, you start the game with several helpful abilities, including Aerial Recovery, Rising Spiral, Groundbreaker, and Combo Master. You also gain access to the exclusive Critical Converter Ability, which disables Attraction Flow but causes Situation Commands to always give you Formchanges instead.

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** On Critical Mode, you start the game with several helpful abilities, including Aerial Recovery, Rising Spiral, Groundbreaker, and Combo Master. You also gain access to the a few exclusive Critical abilities, including theCritical Converter Ability, which disables Attraction Flow but causes Situation Commands to always give you Formchanges instead.instead, as well as the Critical Counter ability which causes your reprisals to do extra damage with reprisals if you block just as an attack would land.


** The player is led to believe that Vexen has defected and rejoined the Organization, based upon his "intro" cutscene depicting him with a SlasherSmile, mentioning he doesn't care about his research in said cutscene, and on top of that, willingly vising the Caribbean to observe what happens. Actually, these are all foreshadowing [[spoiler: his HeelFaceTurn - he's actually ''Even'', not Vexen. His smile is because Xehanort is believing him.]]

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** The player is led to believe that Vexen has defected and rejoined the Organization, based upon his "intro" cutscene depicting him with a SlasherSmile, mentioning he doesn't care about anything but his research in said cutscene, and on top of that, willingly vising visiting the Caribbean to observe what happens. Actually, these are all foreshadowing [[spoiler: his HeelFaceTurn - HeelFaceTurn, and that he's actually ''Even'', not Vexen. His smile is because Xehanort is believing him.]]
*** Even more foreshadowed in that [[spoiler: Saïx says to Vexen, "Humanity is a precious gift", implying that Vexen is already recompleted, he's just ''pretending'' to be Vexen instead of Even.
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** Demyx mentions that [[spoiler: One of them took his spot]]. The player will, due to San Fransokyo, be led to believe that he's talking about Dark Riku. But he can actually be [[spoiler: talking about ''Xion''.]]


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** The player is led to believe that Vexen has defected and rejoined the Organization, based upon his "intro" cutscene depicting him with a SlasherSmile, mentioning he doesn't care about his research in said cutscene, and on top of that, willingly vising the Caribbean to observe what happens. Actually, these are all foreshadowing [[spoiler: his HeelFaceTurn - he's actually ''Even'', not Vexen. His smile is because Xehanort is believing him.]]


** [[AvertedTrope Averted]] as of patch 1.05, which adds a fully implemented Critical Mode.

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** [[AvertedTrope Averted]] as of patch 1.05, 04, which adds a fully implemented Critical Mode.

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** [[AvertedTrope Averted]] as of patch 1.05, which adds a fully implemented Critical Mode.

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* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: Or forgot to change their fighting styles. Many of the real Organization XIII members use the same or similar fighting style and tactics from previous games, but because they're more suited for the more ground oriented combat in previous games, compared to the improve air oriented combat in this game, and because many players who have played the previous games will be familiar with their fighting styles, their attacks are much easier to dodge and react to. Some attacks like Marluxia and Larxene's can be easily dodged just by staying in the air. It's possible they didn't bother to get stronger or change their fighting styles because they underestimated Sora, believing he didn't stand a chance after being forced back to level 1, when he becomes even stronger than he was before he lost his power.


* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: For someone who hasn't watched the film, Prince Hans becomes this in the Disney/{{Frozen}} world. He comes out of nowhere with no explanation, kidnaps Elsa and then tries to kill her, triggering the iconic Anna´s HeroicSacrifice and then he goes OneWingedAngel to fight Sora and company. What makes this especially bad is the fact that Hans, who was the villain in the source film, has no speaking lines and he is not even given a name or acknowledged by the other characters. Because of that, he seems like something shoehorned into the game to provide Sora a BossFight (ironically, Hans as the heartless wolf Skol is considered one of the best fights in the game)

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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: For someone who hasn't If you haven't watched the film, film or know its plot, Prince Hans becomes this in the Disney/{{Frozen}} world.Hans' appearance is completely random. He comes out of nowhere with no explanation, kidnaps Elsa and then tries to kill her, triggering the iconic Anna´s HeroicSacrifice and then he goes OneWingedAngel to fight Sora and company. What makes this especially bad is the fact that Hans, who was the villain in the source film, has no speaking lines and he is not even given a name or acknowledged by the other characters. Because of that, he seems like something shoehorned into the game to provide Sora a BossFight (ironically, Hans as the heartless wolf Skol is considered one of the best fights in the game)BossFight.


* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: For someone who hasn't watched the film, Prince Hans becomes this in the {{Frozen}} world. He comes out of nowhere with no explanation, kidnaps Elsa and then tries to kill her, triggering the iconic Anna´s HeroicSacrifice and then he goes OneWingedAngel to fight Sora and company. What makes this especially bad is the fact that Hans, who was the villain in the source film, has no speaking lines and he is not even given a name or acknowledged by the other characters. Because of that, he seems like something shoehorned into the game to provide Sora a BossFight (ironically, Hans as the heartless wolf Skol is considered one of the best fights in the game)

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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: For someone who hasn't watched the film, Prince Hans becomes this in the {{Frozen}} Disney/{{Frozen}} world. He comes out of nowhere with no explanation, kidnaps Elsa and then tries to kill her, triggering the iconic Anna´s HeroicSacrifice and then he goes OneWingedAngel to fight Sora and company. What makes this especially bad is the fact that Hans, who was the villain in the source film, has no speaking lines and he is not even given a name or acknowledged by the other characters. Because of that, he seems like something shoehorned into the game to provide Sora a BossFight (ironically, Hans as the heartless wolf Skol is considered one of the best fights in the game)


* OneWomanWail: The gut-wrenching fight against [[spoiler:a darkness-corrupted Aqua]] has segments that involve a wordless "ah" vocalization from one woman, and segments that seem to be a duet between two of these.

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* OneWomanWail: The gut-wrenching fight against [[spoiler:a darkness-corrupted Aqua]] has segments that involve a wordless "ah" vocalization from one woman, and segments that seem to be a duet between two of these.

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* OneWomanWail: The gut-wrenching fight against [[spoiler:a darkness-corrupted Aqua]] has segments that involve a wordless "ah" vocalization from one woman, and segments that seem to be a duet between two of these.


** In the ''Frozen'' world, the smash hit "Let It Go" is the only musical sequence left intact. After all, it was too iconic ''not'' to include. For "Do You Want to Build a Snowman", only the childhood sequence was shown in a flashback and Anna sings the last part of the song to Sora. No other song appears in the game. In addition, the plot point regarding Arendelle's closed gates goes completely unmentioned which downplays the significance of Elsa's coronation in this game.

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** In the ''Frozen'' world, the smash hit "Let It Go" is the only musical sequence left intact. After all, it was too iconic ''not'' to include. For "Do You Want to Build a Snowman", only the childhood sequence was shown in a flashback and Anna sings the last part of the song to Sora. No other song appears in the game. In addition, the plot point regarding Arendelle's closed gates goes completely unmentioned which downplays the significance of Elsa's coronation in this game.game as well as glossing over the reason why Anna is so excited during her explanation.

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