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Bulky Vendor
(バルクベンダー)

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Type Emblem Heartless Heartless Emblem
Japanese Bulk Vendor
Kana/Kanji バルクベンダー
Romaji Baruku Bendā
French Tirette
German Freudenspender
Italian Venditore Segreto
Games Kingdom Hearts II
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Bulky Vendor's Gallery
Variations
Rare Vendor

Kingdom Hearts II

A rare Heartless that can be found in certain worlds. It appears when you poke around various areas of the map.
It only appears in certain areas, and once it appears, it will not appear in that area for a while. Use the reaction command to get items. Figure out its secret pattern to get specific items.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

Uncombative by nature, these mid-sized capsule Heartless will disappear after a short time. They hold rare and valuable prizes, however, and should be defeated when possible.
They gain speed as they take damage. Don't let them get away!
Location Lvl HP EXP Str Def
The Land of Dragons 35 760 850 34 19
Beast's Castle 36 770 910 34 19
Olympus Coliseum 39 820 1100 37 21
Agrabah 40 840 1170 37 21
Halloween Town 41 860 1240 39 22
Weapon Fire Bliz. Thndr. Dark Other
x0 x0 x0 x0 x0 x0
Rewards
See Capsules.
Location Lvl HP EXP Str Def

Hades Paradox Cup

Match 24: 3x Bulky Vendor
Match 47: 1x Bulky Vendor

99 1810 87 51
Weapon Fire Bliz. Thndr. Dark Other
x0 x0 x0 x0 x0 x0
Hearts Lvl
- -
HP EXP Def Stun
x1.19 x1.00 x1.30 X
Mission Lvl Rewards
07 1 Ether (60%), Blazing Shard (30%), Iron (10%)
13 4 Blazing Shard (60%), Shining Shard (30%), Iron (10%)
17 8 Blazing Shard (60%), Shining Shard (30%), Iron (10%)
23 10 Blazing Shard (60%), Shining Shard (30%), Iron (10%)
27 13 Blazing Shard (60%), Shining Shard (30%), Iron (10%)
31 15 Shining Shard (60%), Aerial Tech (30%), Frost Shard (10%)
32 15 Shining Shard (60%), Aerial Tech (30%), Frost Shard (10%)
38 18 Iron (60%), Gear Component A (30%), Elixir Recipe (10%)
42 19 Iron (60%), Gear Component A (30%), Elixir Recipe (10%)
44 24 Iron (60%), Shield Tech (30%), Elixir Recipe (10%)
Fire Bliz. Thndr. Aero
x1.47 x1.60 x0.60 x1.70
Ignt. Frze. Jolt Toss
x1.00 x1.60 x1.00 x1.00
Worlds
Twilight Town, Beast's Castle, Agrabah, Halloween Town

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The Bulky Vendor is an Emblem Heartless that is found in Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. It resembles a Japanese gashapon machine, and its main function is to provide the player with prizes. Unlike other Heartless, it has no attacks, and will disappear soon after it is found.

LocationsEdit

Kingdom Hearts IIEdit

Bulky Vendors only appear in one world at a time, but moves to the next one once it is defeated or runs away. If a Bulky Vendor is in the room, the game will give a message saying that there is a rare Heartless in the area. However, the Bulky Vendor will not appear until after some of the scenery in the room has been destroyed or used, or if the player enters a Drive Form.

DesignEdit

A Bulky Vendor resembles a red and silver toy vending machine. Its rectangular, tooth-filled mouth and glowing, yellow eyes are set in the machine’s base, and it uses the four black legs of the machine to move. There is a large, lavender knob just above the base of the machine. A huge, glass sphere with a silver cap is placed at the top of the machine. A bent, red antenna sprouts out of the cap, and the Heartless emblem is present on the front of the sphere. The sphere itself is filled with round capsules of a variety of colors, including yellow, blue, light green, and pink.

In Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, the red and silver on the Bulky Vendor become blue and sky blue, respectively, the knob turns red, and its capsules now only seem to include the colors purple, blue, and green.

The Bulky Vendor's name references its large supply of items. "Vendor" refers to the fact that it resembles a toy vending machine, specifically a gashapon machine.

CapsulesEdit

Note: In Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, the Bright materials were replaced with the equivalent Serenity materials.

Reaction HP Prizes
Capsule Prize 100-75% (1) HP x3, (5) HP x1
Bright Shard (100%), Orichalcum (8%)
Rare Capsule 74-50% (1) HP x3, (5) HP x1
(1) MP x3, (3) MP x1
Bright Stone (100%), Orichalcum (10%)
Limited Capsule 49-25% (1) HP x3, (5) HP x1
(1) MP x3, (3) MP x1
(1) Drive x3, (3) Drive x1
Bright Gem (100%), Orichalcum (12%)
Prime Capsule 24-01% (1) HP x3, (5) HP x1
(1) MP x3, (3) MP x1
(1) Drive x3, (3) Drive x1
(1) Munny x6, (5) Munny x4, (10) Munny x2
Bright Crystal (100%), Orichalcum (16%)

StrategyEdit

Kingdom Hearts IIEdit

A Bulky Vendor's HP goes down all by itself, but if Sora uses a Reaction Command on it, it will spit out a rare item. The rareness depends on the amount of HP it has when the Reaction Command is used. The longer Sora waits to use the Reaction Command, the better the prize when he does.

However, the Bulky Vendor gets faster as its HP decreases, making it harder to catch. If the Bulky Vendor is not used 5 seconds after turning to Prime Capsule, it will disappear.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 DaysEdit

Unlike in Kingdom Hearts II, the Bulky Vendor must be slain in order to get a prize, but it still appears in hidden areas, and disappears soon after it is found. Unlike other Heartless, it will always drop a prize when defeated. It doesn't have a lot of HP, but it is extremely fast at running away.

Heartless
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts
Shadow | Soldier | Air Soldier | Large Body | Red Nocturne | Blue Rhapsody | Yellow Opera | Green Requiem | Powerwild | Bouncywild | Bandit | Fat Bandit | Pot Spider | Barrel Spider
Search Ghost | Sheltering Zone | Sea Neon | Screwdiver | Aquatank | Gargoyle | Wight Knight | Pirate | Air Pirate | Battleship | Shadow Sora | Darkball | Wyvern | Defender | Wizard
White Mushroom | Black Fungus | Rare Truffle | Invisible | Angel Star | Bit Sniper
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix
Gigas Shadow | Stealth Soldier | Black Ballade | Sniperwild | Grand Ghost | Pot Scorpion | Missile Diver | Jet Balloon | Chimaera | Pink Agaricus | Neoshadow
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
Creeper Plant | Crescendo | Tornado Step
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II
Silver Rock | Emerald Blues | Crimson Jazz | Trick Ghost | Rabid Dog | Hook Bat | Bookmaster | Minute Bomb | Hammer Frame | Bulky Vendor | Fortuneteller | Cannon Gun | Rapid Thruster | Driller Mole
Lance Soldier | Morning Star | Fiery Globe | Icy Cube | Luna Bandit | Gargoyle Knight | Gargoyle Warrior | Graveyard | Toy Soldier | Aeroplane | Hot Rod | Assault Rider | Nightwalker | Bolt Tower
Magnum Loader | Strafer | Devastator | Living Bone | Shaman | Aerial Knocker | Armored Knight | Surveillance Robot
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix
Spring Metal | Air Viking | Magic Phantom | Perplex | Runemaster | Iron Hammer | Mad Bumper | Silent Launcher | Reckless | Lance Warrior | Necromancer | Aerial Champ
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Mega-Shadow | Scarlet Tango | Grey Caprice | Striped Aria | Sapphire Elegy | Pink Concerto | Turquoise March | Emerald Serenade | Dire Plant | Fire Plant | Blizzard Plant | Poison Plant
Massive Possessor | Rare Vendor | Guardian | Destroyer | Skater Bomb | Storm Bomb | Detonator | Deserter | Sergeant | Commander | Flare Note | Bubble Beat | Barrier Master | Large Armor | Clay Armor
Solid Armor | Land Armor | Snapper Dog | Bully Dog | Cymbal Monkey | Tricky Monkey | Novashadow | Air Battler | Aerial Master | Artful Flyer | Sky Grappler | Snowy Crystal | Ice Cannon | Switch Launcher
Jumbo Cannon | Spiked Crawler | Scorching Sphere | Creepworm | Hover Ghost | Carrier Ghost | Living Pod | Zip Slasher | Dual Blade | Heat Saber | Chill Ripper | Blitz Spear | Stalwart Blade
Tailbunker | Avalanche | Wavecrest | Phantomtail | Windstorm | Dustflier | Orcus
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts coded
Blox Bug | Danger Bug | Metal Bug | Prize Bug | Eliminator | Gold Tricholoma
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix
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