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Olympus Coliseum
(オリンポスコロシアム)

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Kana/Kanji オリンポスコロシアム
Romaji Orinposu Koroshiamu
French Colisée de l'Olympe
German Arena des Olymps
Spanish Coliseo del Olimpo
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Olympus Coliseum is a world in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts coded, and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. Based on the 1997 Disney feature, Hercules, Philoctetes can be seen here, training Hercules and other heroes.

The Coliseum is the smallest of all the worlds consiting of only 3 areas in total. The Coliseum has since become a staple in the series since it has appeared in all the games to date, surpassing Hollow Bastion with its appearance in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. Although the Coliseum is hardly featured in the Hercules movie, it can be seen in a short scene with Phil arguing with Hercules. The ruler of this world is Zeus, but Hades is the ruler of the Underworld.

The Keyhole of Olympus Coliseum is hidden in the Lobby, underneath a large stone block.

Setting

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

The Coliseum has the same appearance as Kingdom Hearts, but unlike the other games, the Coliseum Gates, which were originally connected to the exit in Kingdom Hearts and the Underworld in Kingdom Hearts II, are now a pathway to a Town Near Thebes.

Kingdom Hearts

Olympus Coliseum
The Coliseum Gates.
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In the original game, Olympus Coliseum was the smallest world, consisting of three areas: the Coliseum Gates where Sora and his party enter, the Coliseum: Lobby where Phil briefs contestants and keeps the cups of the winners, and The Coliseum itself, where the party competes against various combinations of Heartless, villains, and other characters in the game. The same exact areas are present in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days.

Kingdom Hearts II

The area gains a drastic expansion in Kingdom Hearts II, as the Underworld can now be accessed through the Coliseum Gates. The Underworld Entrance connects the living world to the world of the dead, as well as holding the world's Moogle Shop, a save point, and the Underdrome where Sora can talk to Pain and Panic to gain access to the tournaments there. From there, two paths into the Underworld branch off.

The first branch that Sora and his friends can explore leads to Hades' domain through the Cave of the Dead. Beginning at the Cave of the Dead: Entrance (where Sora and Auron later fight Cerberus), the party travels down the narrow and meandering Cave of the Dead: Passage before reaching the relatively safe Cave of the Dead: Inner Chamber. From there, the party traverses the ledges and cliffs of the Valley of the Dead before reaching Hades' Chamber.

Later in the story, the second path opens and allows the group to enter the Underworld Caverns. After going down through the Underworld Caverns: Entrance, the party goes through the twisting Underworld Caverns: The Lost Road, which in turn leads to the Underworld Caverns: Atrium. After an encounter with Demyx, the party passes through to The Lock, where Meg can be rescued and a boss battle with Pete takes place.

Story

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

"You kidding? Listen to those cheers, man. You don't get to decide if you're a hero or not. They do. And they've already made up their mind. Whether you like it or not, you're their hero."
Zack to Terra.
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Zack talking to Ven in Olympus Coliseum.
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Ventus is the first person to visit this world. First he meets Phil, who is trying to decide whether to train Hercules or Zack. Phil says that whoever proves himself in the tournament can train under him. An eager Zack runs off to the Coliseum, while Ven promises to help Herc train, become a hero, and return to his rightful place on Mt. Olympus. Herc and Zack eventually face off in the tournament, but the fight is interrupted by a swarm of Unversed in town. Ven goes to fight them alone, but Herc withdraws from the match and comes with him.

The two finish off the swarm, when Zack arrives. He wanted to help his friends too. Phil says that he never cared about who won, but whose heart was in the right place. And since Hercules left first, he gets to train with him. Nevertheless, the trainees continue towards their goals of becoming heroes. Phil thanks Ven for giving Hercules the strength to become a hero.

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Terra being coaxed by Hades into entering the Coliseum.
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Terra is the second person to visit this world. He encounters Hercules and some Unversed during his arrival. The hero-in-training compliments Terra's strength and recommends he compete in the upcoming games. He heads up towards the Coliseum where Hades is devising a scheme to defeat Zeus. The god approaches Terra and tells him that by hiding his darkness, he is wasting his power.

Terra takes up Hades' offer to help him control his darkness by entering the games. However, as Terra continues to compete, Hades starts to see that Terra may not want his darkness and starts to think of a new plan when Zack enters for his match. Inside the arena, Terra and Zack face off, with the Keyblade Wielder victorious.

However, as Terra turns to leave, Zack awakens with a dark aura and attacks. Zack tries to resist this power, reminding Terra of when the darkness overcame him in Enchanted Dominion. Hades appears, saying that this is power that Terra can have. Terra refuses and fights Zack again. Terra wins again and Hades realizes his defeat and disappears. Zack calls Terra a hero and promises to have a rematch someday.

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Aqua talking to Hades in Olympus Coliseum.
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Aqua is the last person to visit this world. There, she meets Hercules and Phil, who are still training. Hercules says he wants to be strong as the Champion Terra. Phil mentions that Terra could show again anytime, so Aqua agrees to enter the games in hopes of seeing him. Aqua qualifies for the finals against Zack. Zack wants to win his block to face Terra again, the champ of the other block. Zack still wants his rematch with Terra after he helped him against Hades. Aqua and Zack square off, Aqua being the victor. Hades shows up again to check out the new competitor. He also calls Terra a coward for wasting his darkness.

Aqua wants to fight, but Hades says she'll have to do it in a by-the-rules match. However, Hades shows up with the Ice Colossus, saying it does not have to be one-on-one. Zack then wants to help Aqua, but she insists that she handle the god and Titan alone. Hades is defeated and swears his return. Aqua exits the Coliseum, and Zack asks her out on a date. An embarrassed Aqua politely declines, but Zack says maybe he can do it and they will go out when he is a hero, but Aqua refuses that promise. Zack leaves as Herc returns from training, disappointed for missing the big match. Aqua tells him that his heart is on the right path to becoming a hero.

During the end credits, Hercules continues his training with Phil as Zack watches from the gates. He looks up when a black feather - signifying Sephiroth's prescence[1] - floats past him, and he disappears, presumably to train under Sephiroth.

Kingdom Hearts

When Sora first enters the Coliseum, Phil, who is busy preparing for the games, mistakes him for Hercules. When his mistake is revealed, Phil allows Sora to enter the trials. Though Sora passes, Phil won't let him enter the games. Disappointed, Sora exits, only to be met by Hades, who grants him an entry pass for the preliminaries. Sora then has to go through many preliminaries before he can get to the final battle.

The final battle of the preliminaries is with Cloud, who is secretly working for Hades. After defeating or losing to Cloud, Cerberus appears. Hercules holds the beast off until Sora returns to defeat it, winning entrance into the real games. Later on, Sora must return to seal the keyhole hidden under the rock, with the use of the Yellow Trinity. Note that in Kingdom Hearts, you need not as much go to this world. The player can enter Deep Jungle from Wonderland.

Tournament Cups

Throughout the game, different cups (tournaments) will be unlocked for Sora, Donald Duck, and Goofy to compete in. There are four modes for every cup. First, the regular mode - Sora, Donald, and Goofy face the enemies as they come. After winning a cup in that mode, solo mode is unlocked - this time, Sora faces all the enemies alone. The third mode is a timed competition, and the final mode allows the team to face any enemy from the cup. The modes are unlocked in succession and only for a specific cup. The following is a list of the cups and how to unlock them.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

This time, the team, Cloud, and Hercules are the only people involved in the games, which involve an obstacle course. Hades has hired Cloud to defeat Hercules, in exchange for restoring his lost memories. Cloud manages to wear down Hercules, but takes damage in the process, promting the former to worry about his safety. However, Hades is unhappy that the encounter had yet to end as desired and reveals that he never intended to restore his memories. The deity then takes control of the fight, wanting to benefit that both fighters had exhausted themselves. Hades losses with intervention from the heroes, returning to the Underworld. Afterwards, Sora comforts Cloud, reminding him that even small events can help someone remember things.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

On Roxas' 117th day in the Organization, he and Xigbar set out to investigate a new world - the Olympus Coliseum. Xigbar tells Roxas that they're on the lookout for anyone who might potentially become an Organization member. He explains where Organization members come from: that when a strong heart is taken by darkness, a Nobody is created at the same time as a Heartless, and the strongest of those Nobodies gather in the Organization. Furthermore, Roxas and Xion are particularly special Nobodies even within the Organization.

Roxas and Xigbar defeat some nearby Heartless, which attracts the attention of Phil—he runs over, mistaking Roxas for Hercules' new apprentice candidate. Roxas realizes that Xigbar has disappeared. After Phil tells Roxas to report for training and rushes off to the Coliseum, Xigbar reappears. Xigbar explains that the Organization is supposed to keep their movements secret, and is thoroughly amused at the idea of Roxas being an apprentice candidate. He leaves the great Hero-in-training, who is now allowed to enter the Coliseum, to do the investigation by himself.

Roxas takes a look around, wondering what the huge rankings on the wall could be about - and who the number one names, Sora on one board and Hercules on another, could be. He is momentarily worried by the massive statues outside the Coliseum gates, wondering if this world might be home to giant warriors. But he soon figures out that this is just a Coliseum, and reports to Phil's training.

No matter how hard Roxas works, Phil sets higher and higher targets - until finally, exhausted, he calls it quits for the day. He learns from Phil that he's looking for strong warriors to enter the Coliseum's tournament, especially with the Heartless that have been appearing lately. Phil laughs outright at Roxas' request to enter, and Roxas has a strange vision of a boy in red clothes, standing in the same position he is in. As Roxas heads home he walks past Hercules, and can hear Phil telling Hercules about how the "new apprentice candidate" took care of the Heartless while he was away.

When Roxas next returns to the Coliseum it's with Demyx, who complains that he is really not cut out for fighting missions - he prefers investigations. When Roxas heads off to Phil's training, Demyx says he would pass. When the two of them see Phil forcing Hercules through strenuous exercises, Demyx says if he were subjected to that kind of "training" he'd run away.

Roxas, wondering if Hercules is stronger than him, is about to leave when Phil catches him and gives him his own training for the day. Phil explains to Roxas that Hercules trains so hard because everyone counts on him to be strong, and Roxas wonders if such expectations are the same kind of thing as orders. As the Nobodies leave, Demyx again complains about being forced to fight, and says he's glad he usually gets investigation missions.

It's over two months later when Roxas and Demyx return to the Coliseum, and Demyx is as unhappy as ever about being forced to fight Heartless. Their target this time is a mysterious Heartless, and since Demyx isn't a hero candidate he waits outside while Roxas enters the Coliseum tournament. He makes it to the final round, and Phil comes over to give him a pep talk, and tell him that he's counting on Roxas to win. Roxas asks if that's the same as being given orders, but Phil just tells him not to ask such ridiculous questions and concentrate on fighting.

To Roxas' surprise, his final opponent is none other than Xigbar. He says he'd heard Roxas has been practicing, and came to see just how strong he is now. But their battle is interrupted by the appearance of the Guard Armor Heartless, and as Phil runs off to get Hercules, Roxas jumps into battle. During his fight he has strange visions of the same boy in red, who seems to have fought this creature before. After Roxas defeats the Heartless, Xigbar comments that he really has gotten stronger, and heads back to the World that Never Was. Demyx wonders what on earth Xigbar was doing in the Coliseum - doesn't he have missions of his own?.

They head home too, just before Phil can return with Hercules. When Phil wonders out loud what happened to Roxas, and Hercules wonders who Phil is talking about, Phil suddenly realizes that Roxas wasn't an apprentice candidate after all - and wonders who on earth he's been training the entire time.

On Roxas' 296th day in the Organization, he's sent to participate in another Coliseum tournament, which feels more like training than a mission to him. Phil confronts him, saying he's glad Roxas hasn't been killed or anything - but also asking just who he is. When Roxas can't reply, Phil assumes that Roxas is there to enter the tournament, and lets him in despite the earlier deception.

Roxas wins the tournament, defeating all kinds of Heartless, and Phil congratulates him, his former ire seemingly gone - he tells Roxas to come back and visit every now and then. Roxas wonders if Phil still wants him to do more training. But although Roxas returns to the Coliseum a few weeks later to fight another Heartless, he never bumps into Phil again.

Kingdom Hearts II

First Visit

In this game, the world of Olympus Coliseum is expanded to Hades' Underworld.

Sora, Donald, and Goofy emerge in the Underworld when they first arrive, meeting Megara, who is on a quest to convince Hades to stop bothering Hercules. When Sora confronts Hades, he summons Auron, who quickly switches to Sora's side. Hades cannot be hurt in the Underworld, so the team attempts to escape, and Auron and Sora are forced to take on Cerberus before they can leave the Underworld.

After Pete tells that Sora's Keyblade could open any lock, Hades uses it to unlock the Underworld Coliseum, which was sealed off by Zeus. He kidnapped Megara to lure Sora and Hercules into saving her and battling Pete while unlocking the Underworld Coliseum. Back up top, Hercules offers the junior heroes the Olympus Stone, which stops the Underworld from draining all their strength, however, the stone has been stolen by someone in a black cloak. Looking for the stone, they encounter and have their first confrontation with Demyx. After the trouble, the Company stops Hades' plans destroying the Hydra that was destroying the Olympus Coliseum, and the cost of Hercules' strength.


Second Visit

When the team enters the world for a second time, the Underdrome has been unlocked, presumably when Sora used his Keyblade to open a wall during the first visit. Hades kidnaps Meg to bait Hercules into the games. The group enters the Hades Cup, and the final competitor is Auron, who is being controlled by Hades. Hercules faces Auron alone while Sora, Donald, and Goofy retrieve the statue Hades is using to control Auron.

By returning the statue, Auron regains his free will and refuses to fight. Hades, as Hercules's punishment, drops Meg into the River Styx, and Hercules jumps in after her. Hades believes he is dead, but Hercules returns for the final battle with Hades, a true hero at last. They defeat Hades, everyone is reunited, Auron is freed, and Sora, Donald, and Goofy are immortalized as constellations to mark them as true heroes, much to Phil's disbelief.

In the ending credits, the Olympus Coliseum is rebuilt and restored to its glory.

Tournament Cups

Kingdom Hearts coded

When Data-Sora visits Olympus Coliseum, he finds Data Phil who has a problem in the Coliseum in that the Bug Blox keep appearing. Data-Sora says that he will find Hercules who is inside trying to solve the problem. He finds the data Keyhole right at the beginning and opens the Data Keyhole and goes inside. While he is exploring inside, he keeps finding Hercules Memos which are instructions in this world that say the Battle system will be different. The gameplay is based off games from the Final Fantasy series, with some notable difference in the way you can combine commands during battles.

When Data-Sora finds Data Hercules, he becomes Data-Sora's Party member. Then they are attacked by Data Cloud who wants to fight Hercules because Hades hired him to. Data Hades shows up and says that he doesn't need Cloud anymore and also says the Block problem isn't his doing. Cloud joins Sora and becomes his second Party member. Alternately, Data-Sora and Hercules can avoid Cloud altogether, causing him not to join the party. When they get to the fifth layer, they discover that Cerberus is the first source of the bugs within the arena.

After defeating Cerberus, Data-Sora, Hercules, and Cloud continue on to the next layer. In an alternate storyline, Data-Sora and Hercules leave behind Cloud, and they take on Cerberus without him. After Hades' defeat, Data-Sora feels bad about leaving Cloud behind, although Hercules thinks that he'll be alright.

Characters

KH1 icon Name Journal Entry
Hercules KHREC
Hercules (ヘラクレス Herakuresu?)
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A legendary hero with godlike strength. He's the son of the gods Zeus and Hera, but not a god himself. The people regard Hercules as a true hero.

He went from "zero to hero" in "Hercules" (1997).

Phil KHREC
Phil (フィル Firu?)
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Phil the satyr is a veteran trainer of heroes and Herc's mentor. These days he's very busy running the Coliseum and choosing competitors suitable for the games.

He came out of retirement in "Hercules" (1997).

Rock Titan KH
Rock Titan (ロックタイタン Rokku Taitan?)
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Immortal giant in the form of a stone crag. He has two heads, but can only think with one at a time. Defeated once by Hercules, he's now on the loose again, courtesy of Hades.

He shook the scene in "Hercules" (1997).

Ice titan
Ice Titan (アイスタイタン Aisu Taitan?)
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Defeated once by Hercules, he received new powers from Hades and resurfaced. His body is made of large blocks of seemingly impregnable ice. But the ice shaping his face is quite fragile. Naturally, he is weak against fire.

He shook the scene in "Hercules" (1997).

Hades KHREC
Hades (ハデス Hadesu?)
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Lord of the Underworld. He's using the Heartless to try to take over the world. Hades wants Herc and Sora out of the way, but all his schemes against Sora and the others seem to end in failure.

He heated things up in "Hercules" (1997).

Cerberus KHII
Cerberus (ケルベロス Keruberosu?)
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Guardian of the entrance to the Underworld and Hades loyal servant. Herc defeated him once, but Hades brought him back to fight Sora and his friends.

He first stood watch Hades in Hercules (1997).

COM image Name Journal Entry
Hercules KHREC
Hercules (ヘラクレス Herakuresu?)
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Son of the gods Zeus and Hera, but not a god himself.

With godlike strength and a gentle heart, Hercules is a true hero.

He has never lost at the Coliseum games.

Phil KHREC
Phil (フィル Firu?)
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Trainer of countless heroes, including Hercules.

Nowadays Phil runs the Coliseum and manages the games.

Hades KHREC
Hades (ハデス Hadesu?)
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Ruler of the Underworld.

Hades can't stand Hercules. He tricked Cloud into challenging Hercules to the death, but we put an end to his plotting.

KH2 icon Name Journal Entry
Hercules KHREC
Hercules (ヘラクレス Herakuresu?)
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Hercules (1997)

A legendary hero with super strength—and a pretty great fellow, too. Hercules is the son of the gods Zeus and Hera, but he's not a god himself. Not long ago, he joined forces with Sora and his friends to stop Hades from taking over the world.

Hercules really impresses the crowds when he battles in the Coliseum. He's never lost a match yet.

Phil KHREC
Phil (フィル Firu?)
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Hercules (1997)

Or "Phil" for short. Phil is a veteran trainer of heroes and Hercules' mentor. He also trained Sora and his friends during their first adventures with Hercules.

These days Phil is busy running the Coliseum and screening contestants for the games.

Megara
Megara (メガラ Megara?)
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Hercules (1997)

Or "Meg" for short. She's tough, witty, and a true friend to Hercules. Since she met him, Meg's been trusting folks a bit more than before.

Meg set out alone for the Underworld. She knew Hercules was exhausted and wanted Hades to give him a break from fighting in the Coliseum.

Pegasus KH2
Pegasus (ペガサス Pegasasu?)
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Hercules (1997)

A beautiful horse that can fly just like an eagle, Pegasus is Hercules' loyal partner. Hercules' father Zeus created Pegasus from a cloud and gave him to Hercules when he was a baby.

Hercules and Pegasus were separated for a while, but they were reunited again when they grew up.

Hydra
Hydra (ヒュドラ Hyudora?)
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A legendary monster with many heads, sent by Hades to fight Hercules. If you cut off one of its heads, two more grow back.

Hades KHREC
Hades (ハデス Hadesu?)
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Hercules (1997)

Lord of the Underworld.

The last time Sora and his friends tangled with Hades, he was using the Heartless to try to take over the world. Together with Hercules, the three friends put a stop to his plans. But Hades is as evil as ever, and won't rest until he sends Hercules to the Underworld—for eternity.

Pain KHII
Pain (ペイン Pein?)
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Hercules (1997)

One of Hades' lackeys. Pain tried to attack Hercules when the great hero was just a little baby, but Hercules just clobbered him.

Pain can change form whenever he likes, but he's a bit of a bumbler. He's never far from his evil partner Panic.

Panic KHII
Panic (パニック Panikku?)
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Hercules (1997)

One of Hades' lackeys. Panic tried to attack Hercules when the great hero was just a little baby, but Hercules just clobbered him.

Panic can change form whenever he likes, but he's a bit of a bumbler. He's never far from his evil partner Pain.

Auron
Auron (アーロン Āron?)
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Final Fantasy X

A warrior that Hades called forth from the Underworld.

In exchange for his freedom, Auron was commanded to defeat Hercules. But he refused to work with Hades, saying, "This is my story".

He doesn't talk about himself very much. What sort of story has he written thus far?

Cerberus KHII
Cerberus (ケルベロス Keruberosu?)
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Hercules (1997)

Guardian of the entrance to the Underworld and Hades' loyal "pet."

Hercules, Sora, Donald, and Goofy teamed up to defeat him last time, but Hades brought him back -- and he's as dangerous as ever.

358 icon Name Journal Entry
Hercules KHREC
Hercules (ヘラクレス Herakuresu?)
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Phil KHREC
Phil (フィル Firu?)
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No entry

KHREC icon Name Journal Entry
Hercules KHREC
Hercules (ヘラクレス Herakuresu?)
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A hero whose kind heart and bursting-at-the-seams biceps have won him the admiration of the Olympus Coliseum crowds. Despite being the son of a god, he lives down on earth as a mortal.

Hercules was already inside the Coliseum investigating when Sora showed up. Later, the two joined forces and, together, got to the bottom of the bugs.

Phil KHREC
Phil (フィル Firu?)
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A world-renowned trainer who runs the show in Olympus Coliseum. He's trained a whole slew of heroes in his time ("a lot of yusses") with Hercules being his most recent protégé.

After the bugs transformed the Coliseum into a strange labyrinth, Phil had to turn to Sora for help sorting the mess out.

Rock Titan KH
Rock Titan (ロックタイタン Rokku Taitan?)
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An immortal giant whose body is made of stone. Needless to say, one punch from this prodigious paperweight packs a wicked wallop, so be ready to restore your HP just as soon as you get hit.

Ice titan
Ice Titan (アイスタイタン Aisu Taitan?)
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A glacial giant who haunts the innermost reaches of the Olympus Coliseum labyrinth. Any one of his ice attacks poses a titanic threat; combine those with high Defense, and you've got one tough opponent to melt. Hit him with everything you've got!

Hades KHREC
Hades (ハデス Hadesu?)
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The God of the Underworld, a former (and still aspiring!) world conqueror who would like nothing more than to see Hercules wiped off the face of the planet.

With the Coliseum a tangle of bugs and Cloud a tangle of emotional issues, he ought to have found a way, but Sora showed up just in time to show HIM up, and prove once again that sliminess doesn't pay.

Cerberus KHII
Cerberus (ケルベロス Keruberosu?)
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The ultimate guard dog: enormous, three-headed, armed to the teeth (with teeth), and loyal to its master, Hades. Be ready to block quickly and often if you don’t want this Stygian pooch to turn you into dental floss.

BBS icon Name Journal Entry
Hercules BBS
Hercules (ヘラクレス Herakuresu?)
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Hercules (1997)

A boy with tremendous strength who goes by "Herc" for short.

He was born a god, but someone kidnapped him when he was a baby, and ever since he has lived down on earth as a mortal.

After learning he can rejoin the gods on Olympus if he becomes a true hero, he asked Phil to train him, and has been hard at work ever since.

Phil KHREC
Phil (フィル Firu?)
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Hercules (1997)

A renowned trainer of heroes who has whipped countless of hopefuls into shape.

For a while, he had written off the whole hero business, but Hercules talked him out of retirement.

Zack BBS Edit
Zack (ザックス Zakkusu?)
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Crisis Core - Final Fantasy VII -

A boy who longs to become a hero. He heard that Phil specialized in training heroes, and competed to become his next student, but Hercules ended up edging him out.

Nothing fazes Zack, who smiles his way through the worst of troubles.

Hades manipulated him and turned him into a warrior of darkness, but Zack's heart was freed when Terra defeated him.

Ice Colossus
Ice Colossus (アイスコロッソス Aisu Korossosu?)
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A fake Ice Titan which Hades created to do battle in the Coliseum.

Hades KHREC
Hades (ハデス Hadesu?)
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Hercules (1997)

God of the Underworld. He is scheming to overthrow Zeus, ruler of Olympus, and take over the world.

Hades would like nothing better than to find a powerful mortal he can fast-talk into helping him achieve his ambitions.

Enemies

Heartless

Nobodies

Unversed

Somebodies

Mini-Games

Main article: Phil's Training


Treasures

Type Items Found Locations Notes
Regular Mega-Potion Coliseum Gates Behind the columns to the left of the Lobby entrance.
Gummis Firaga-G Coliseum Gates Use Blizzara to put out all the torches. Appears on the left side.
Holy-G Coliseum Gates Use Blizzaga to put out all the torches. Appears on the right side.
Synthesis Orichalcum Coliseum Gates Check right-hand side of entrance after winning Hades Cup.
Specials Olympia Lobby Win the Phil Cup, Pegasus Cup, and Hercules Cup to open the chest.
Type Items Found Locations Notes
Regular Hi-Potion x 3 Cave of the Dead: Passage, Underworld Caverns: Entrance, Underworld Caverns: Lost Road
Ether x 2 Cave of the Dead: Passage, Underworld Caverns: Lost Road
Tent Underworld Caverns: Atrium
Power-Ups AP Boost x 4 Cave of the Dead: Passage, Underworld Caverns: Entrance, Underworld Caverns: Atrium, The Lock
Power Boost Underworld Entrance Can access after the Olympus Stone is stolen.
Synthesis Mythril Shard x 5 Cave of the Dead: Passage, Cave of the Dead: Inner Chamber, Underworld Caverns: Entrance, Underworld Caverns: Lost Road, The Lock
Mythril Stone x 2 Cave of the Dead: Passage, Underworld Caverns: Lost Road
Maps Underworld Map Cave of the Dead: Inner Chamber
Caverns Map The Lock

Puzzle Pieces

Puzzle Pieces Found Locations Notes
Heart
#3
Cave of the Dead: Entrance None
#4
Underworld Caverns: Atrium At the entrance.
#9
Underworld Caverns: Entrance None
Two Sides
#6
Underworld Caverns: The Lost Road By the exit towards the Atrium. Instead of going straight in, stray off a little to the right.
#10
Underworld Caverns: The Lock At the back of the lock.
Dawn
#25
Cave of the Dead: Passage Use skateboard or Glide to reach it.
#34
Underworld Caverns: Entrance Need Aerial Dodge to get piece hidden behind the pillar.
#40
Underworld Caverns: The Lost Road Need LV2 High Jump and Aerial Dodge. On the second column.
#46
Underworld Caverns: The Lost Road Need LV2 High Jump and Aerial Dodge. On the first column.

Trinity Marks

Type Location Notes Reward
Blue Coliseum Gates Under the right hand statue. Dalmatians 22, 23, & 24
Coliseum Gates Under the left hand statue. Mythril Shard
Green Coliseum Gates To the left of the main entrance in front of the Tournament Rankings Mythril
Yellow Lobby Next to the stone Phil asks you to move. Olympus Coliseum Keyhole
White Coliseum Gates On the ground in the very center of the area. Violetta

Trivia

  • Olympus Coliseum is the most frequently recurring world in the series, appearing in every game except Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.
  • In Kingdom Hearts, the prize for winning the Phil Cup was a trophy and the prize for the Pegasus Cup was a plaque, but in Kingdom Hearts II, when you view the prizes for each of the Kingdom Hearts tournaments, they are switched around. So, when you view the Phil Cup prize, it is the "Phil Cup Shield" (the plaque), and there is a trophy for the Pegasus Cup.
  • So far, Olympus Coliseum is the only Disney-based world that features Final Fantasy characters.
  • In the first Kingdom Hearts, the player can complete the game without entering this world. But if the player were to go there after sealing Hollow Bastion, the scene between Hades and Maleficent is different: Maleficent is absent, and the scene ends after Hades makes his plan to kill both Sora and Hercules.
  • Sora, Donald, and Goofy seem to visit the Coliseum after the events of Hercules, since Hercules has his divine glow he acquires at the end of the film. This makes it one of the few Disney-based worlds whose plot isn't exactly the same as the film it was based on, although the plot that is there is very similar to the movie.

References

  1. Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Ultimania: "As in the original game, it's Sephiroth. In "KHI FM" and "KHII" Sephiroth was portrayed as a being of darkness, but at the time of "KH BbS" we don't know whether or not he was a being of darkness."

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