Yes, these answers will affect how fast your character will gain levels during the game. The three different results possible are:
Gaining levels at an average / standard rate throughout the game
Gaining levels quickly early in the game, and then slower later in the game
Gaining levels slower early in the game, and then quickly later in the game
It is a good thing. Someone cast an Aero-family spell. The spells have the following effects:
Aero - Halves damage taken. Duration is determined by adding 18 to your max MP.
Aerora - The above + damage on contact with enemies. Damage is determined by doubling your max MP value, and adding 6.
Aeroga - Above + it will deflect some attacks.
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Haha, so this is what throws everyone off. Alice is not there. You do have to go to the bizarre room though. You'll need to fight the Trickmaster, which is the last battle before you are finished with Wonderland.
I tried to find a good video but I really couldn't. So I'll list out the steps you need to do, but they may be hard to understand so let me know ...
For roughly every 12 dalmatians you find, you get a prize from Pongo and Perdita. These prizes range from ship gummies, to accessories and synthesis materials.
Additionally, finding all 99 Dalmatians awards you with an upgrade to the Aero spell, and access to the "Secret Ending" at the end of the game.
Yes there are things that are missable, but nothing unique. There are no unique inventory items that are truly missable. While there was only one missable red trinity mark in Oogie's Mansion in the original KH, in Final Mix and consequently 1.5 HD Remix, that mark was moved to not be missable. As such, there are technically no missable items or trinity marks ...
Unlike many other games, you actually have to learn an ability in order to see the HP bars of enemies. This ability is called Scan, and after you learn it, it will cost 1 AP to use.
Depending on which playstyle you chose, you will be able to learn it at different levels.
If you chose the Dream Rod, you'll learn it at level 9
If you chose the Dream Shield, ...
Looking at this Shadow Sora article, the Trivia sections says:
Shadow Sora is one of only eight enemies who do not have entries in Jiminy's Journal. The others are AntiSora, Bit Sniper, the Cave of Wonders Guardian, Chernabog, the Crank Tower, the Shark, and World of Chaos.
Yes, Donald and Goofy continue to level normally if you swap them out with the world-specific character. I remember this from playing it, but trying to find an authoritative reference I didn't turn up much. It is, however, listed as an example of the "leaked experience" trope:
Kingdom Hearts also uses the "one experience progression" idea. [...] ...
"Tech" is bonus XP earned during a fight. It's generally awarded for succeeding in... Unecessary areas, to put it bluntly.
An example would be Wakka in the beginning. When he yells, "Take this!" and throws his blitz ball at you, you can hit it back to him for bonus XP in the form of Tech points.
There are several other ways to earn tech points (parrying ...
The Trinity Marks are learned at certain parts in the game. I'll list them here
Blue (Trinity Jump): Obtained in Traverse Town after Armor Boss fight
Red (Trinity Charge): Obtained after Deep Jungle is complete
Green (Trinity Ladder): Obtained after Agrabah is complete
Yellow (Trinity Push): Obtained at Olympus Coliseum after Phil, Pegasus, and Hercules ...
Every once and a while, Oogie will throw dice at you. Simply use attack to hit these dice back in his direction and it will do damage to him. After a few hits, you'll get the chance to hop up and hit him with your keyblade. Buttons in the middle of the arena will glow, and when you hit one, you can trap both you and him into a wedge. The floor will rise and ...
This type of enemy is called a Large Body. The weak spots for these Heartless are their backs, where they take increased damage. You need to maneuver yourself around them and hit them from behind, though you can also jump up and hit their heads as well. Basically, you want to stay mobile when you fight them, especially because of their charge attack, which ...
All you need is to cast Blizzard on them one right after the other, and they shouldn't reignite. They only reignite if you are trying to hit some of them out. Also, there may be a bit of timing related to it, so you might need to do it kind of fast. If you stand in the right spot, you can get at least 3 at once (I've gotten all 4 before, but it is trickier).
Well Kingdom hearts is produced by Square Enix who are the guys behind the Final Fantasy Series. And most of the things you will find there are not really easter-eggs but rather the point of the game.
It is officially a crossover of Disney, Final Fantasy and The World Ends with You. Of course it still has an own story and characters but often you will find ...
Prior to the events of Birth By Sleep, there was a point in time where Sora's and Ventus' hearts connected
This connection, as Tetsuya Nomura states, is the reason why Vanitas resembles Sora. This resemblance wouldn't only reflect on Sora - if anybody had connected to Ventus' heart like Sora had, Vanitas would have resembled them as well
In an interview ...
Final Mix is an updated version of the original which adds more content.
When the first game was brought to North American and European territories, they added more content in the form of enemies and cutscenes. Final Mix brings those updates to Japan as well, and added even more content on top of that.
The Limited Edition is the same game as Final Mix, but ...
When Sora went to the adventure in KH1 he did it unintentionally.
There was a storm that swallowed him forcefully and send him to another dimension (also seems as world).
It happend because Riku opened the Door To Darkness and it led to unstable connetion between all of the worlds who connected to his home town.
As for your question, Sora was determined in ...
So, none of the puppies are missable, but there are some that can seem missable. By that I mean, the areas in which they are become harder to access later in the game. These puppies are:
55-57, and 73-81 (3 sets) - They are in Monstro. You can get back to Monstro, but you may have to fly through that area a few times before he is there.
43-45 - In the ...
It's been quite a while since I've played, but I did manage to find this guide.
To reach the Bridge, you must first go to Moonlight Hill.
look for a tombstone at the base of the hill that you can examine. Use it to extend the hill and get over the wall.
So, once you're in the Moonlight Hill area, look around for a gravestone you can examine. Examining ...
The Gummi ship creation system is complex and deep, (more the former than the latter, sadly), so I can't really do it complete justice in this space. Suffice it to say that you can pretty much just get by with the blueprints and blocks you find over the course of a normal playthrough. I found it to be moderately entertaining to customize my ship, but it ...
You will use them for Synthesis of equipment and items. You can't do this until later. You won't get the ability to do this until
Through synthesizing, you'll be able to create the Ultima Weapon, which is the best weapon in the game. But for now, you can just save them for when you get that point.
Not really. Final Mix has new items, enemies, abilities etc. It is a much more better version than the original, although the original is not bad either. This mix is more of an upgrade version of normal.
Pluto is shown holding the second (of three) letters from Mickey. It is shown both in the credits of KH 1, and in the intro to KH: CoM. But the contents of the letter were never revealed, nor was the source. Nomura has stated in interviews though that when Pluto left Sora in Traverse Town he traveled to a few different worlds and did meet with Mickey, where ...
Based on what I have seen the only difference is an included pin
The KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.8 FINAL CHAPTER PROLOGUE LIMITED EDITION includes an exclusive official Disney collector's pin while supplies last.
The limited edition includes an official Disney collector’s pin featuring Sora and Mickey, as well as limited edition packaging.
Yes, you are able use potions to heal downed party members. Using a potion will revive a downed party member with 30HP (or the HP with whichever type of potion you use).
I went ahead and verified this myself. I entered combat and let Donald fall to 0HP. When this occurred, I was able to revive Donald using a potion.