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Attack Cards appear in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories as a type of playing card which allow Sora and Riku to use their weapons. They can be identified by their red borders. Sixteen of the Attack Cards in the game represent the Keyblades and sword that Sora and Riku used in Kingdom Hearts; the only Keyblades missing are the Jungle King, which was removed when the estate of Edgar Rice Burroughs forbade Disney from reusing Tarzan in the game, and the Keyblade of People's Hearts, which was left out due to storyline issues. The original set of Attack Cards also includes two Keyblades that were introduced in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix ("Diamond Dust" and "One-Winged Angel"). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories introduces six additional Attack Cards based on Keyblades that Sora obtained in Kingdom Hearts II, which can be obtained as game completion bonuses. Each Attack card can be used alone to perform normal attacks, but they can also be combined with other Attack Cards, as well as Magic, Summon, Item, and Friend Cards to perform different attacks and spells that are otherwise unavailable. Many of these combinations are reuses or variations of the special attacks from Kingdom Hearts, such as "Strike Raid" or "Ragnarok".
Attack Cards are available in both Sora's Tale and Reverse/Rebirth, but are only used by Sora and Riku, excluding the battle with Zexion in which he can steal Riku's Attack Cards. Sora can also use a special version of the Kingdom Key during the Bumble-Rumble mini-game, and Riku can use a fake version of the Soul Eater during the battle with Zexion.
List of Attack CardsEdit
|Kingdom Key||Available from the beginning.||Not very powerful, but reliable and easy to handle.|
|Three Wishes||Agrabah||Fairly strong with a fast swing.|
|Crabclaw||Atlantica||Easy to handle with an impressive recovery time after card breaks.|
|Pumpkinhead||Halloween Town||Easy to handle with a fast recovery after card breaks.|
|Fairy Harp||Neverland||Easy to handle with a formidable swing speed.|
|Wishing Star||Monstro||Not very powerful, but very easy to handle.|
Chest at Tigger's Playground.[Re:CoM]
|A special attack card with lightning-based attacks.|
|Metal Chocobo||1st Olympus Coliseum reward||A special attack card that can break through physical defenses. A bit difficult to handle.|
|Olympia||Olympus Coliseum||Powerful with a quick recovery after card breaks.|
|Lionheart||1st Traverse Town reward||A special attack card with fire-based attacks.|
|Lady Luck||Wonderland||A balanced weapon that is easy to handle.|
|Divine Rose||Hollow Bastion||Features a powerful strike and fast swing.|
|Oathkeeper||Speak with Naminé after defeating the Darkside.||A well-balanced weapon with a very powerful thrust.|
|Oblivion||Speak with Naminé after defeating Larxene.||A special attack card that can break through physical defenses. First-class strength.|
|Ultima Weapon||Castle Oblivion Bounty||The strongest attack card to be found.|
|Diamond Dust||11th-13th floor Bounty||A special attack card with ice-based attacks. Powerful and the easiest to handle.|
|One-Winged Angel||11th-13th floor Bounty||A special attack card with fire-based attacks. Exceptional combo finish.|
|Star Seeker[Re:CoM]||2nd Castle Oblivion reward||An attack card with a powerful combo finish and the shortest recovery time from card breaks.|
|Monochrome[Re:CoM]||2nd Olympus Coliseum reward||A special attack card that can break through physical defenses. Takes time to recover from card breaks.|
|Follow the Wind[Re:CoM]||2nd Neverland reward||A well-balanced weapon with a powerful thrust and a short recovery time from card breaks.|
|Hidden Dragon[Re:CoM]||Traverse Town Bounty||An attack card with weak strikes but powerful combo finishers.|
|Photon Debugger[Re:CoM]||2nd Destiny Islands reward||A special attack card with lightning-based attacks.|
|Bond of Flame[Re:CoM]||2nd Halloween Town reward||A special attack card with fire-based attacks. Delivers exceptionally powerful strikes.|
|Keyblade[Re:CoM]||Bumble-Rumble||Not very powerful, but reliable and easy to handle.|
|Soul Eater||Available from the beginning.||Reacts to dark power. Riku's strength is higher when he wields darkness in battle.|
|Dummy Card||Dropped by Zexion during battle.||A fake Soul Eater dropped by Zexion that stuns Riku if used.|
Notes and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ This is only available if there is a completed Reverse/Rebirth file.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 This is only available after defeating Marluxia.
- ↑ In the English version, this is only available if there is a completed Reverse/Rebirth file. In the Japanese version, this is also available if there is a completed Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix file.