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Donald using Curaga on Sora after Larxene attacks him.

Cure (ケアル Kearu?), Cura (ケアルラ Kearura?, lit. "Curera"), and Curaga (ケアルガ Kearuga?, lit. "Curega") magic are spells that appear in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, Kingdom Hearts coded, and Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance. Cure magic makes the target recover an amount of lost HP.

There are items, such as potions, hi-potions, elixirs etc, that recovers health but they must be stocked and replaced so cure is recommended to be used instead of items as much as possible.

MechanicsEdit

Kingdom Hearts Birth by SleepEdit

Cure Magic returns in Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep. The effects are similar to the first Kingdom Hearts in that they only heal the caster. Cure is a flash of green light with two rotating balls of light above the caster. Cura is a burst of colorful petals and leaves. Curaga creates a giant orange flower over the caster as petals and green light swirl around the caster.

In this game, there are also Group Cure friendship commands. They have the same effect as their singular counterparts, but heal allies in a radius.

Kingdom HeartsEdit

In Kingdom Hearts, Cure restores a little HP to one character; Cura restores a lot of HP to one character; Curaga restores a massive amount of HP to one character. It costs 1 MP bar to use. Cure infuses the caster with greenish light and three leaves appear above them and float down. Cura causes two rings of clovers to rotate above the casters head and then infuses the caster with them. Curaga creates four large, yellow, bell shaped flowers to appear over the caster which showers them with golden magic. Only Sora and Donald can cast Cure. However, Tarzan and Ariel have abilities that resemble Cure. Summoning Tinker Bell also has a Cure effect.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of MemoriesEdit

Cure (card)

In Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, there is a Cure Magic card that can be used in a few different Sleights.

Other characters have connections to the Cure spell. Marluxia, Number XI of Organization XIII, wields the element of flower, which appears to be the inverse of the Cure spell, as it induces a gradual death as opposed to healing, evidenced by his boss fights. Tinker Bell, in contrast, summons cards with a similar effect of Cure magic to gradually heal Sora when summoned.

Donald uses Curaga on Sora after he is attacked by Larxene.

Kingdom Hearts IIEdit

In Kingdom Hearts II, Cure magic is much more powerful and nearly always fully heals its target as well as allies within the proximity of the deployment. Cure magic further gains an increasingly large area of effect as the spell's level increases; however it also consumes all of the user's MP in one casting. Cure creates a burst of leaves above the caster and two sprouts of water drops descend in a spiral around the caster and any allies in range. Cura causes vines and clovers to swirl around and up anyone in range. Curaga creates three yellow flowers above the caster that showers the caster in petals as well as a flurry of petals all around them, while any allies in range are surrounded in petals and circled by a vine covered in sprouts.

Curaga also appears in the story; During the Heartless invasion of Hollow Bastion, Aerith is shown using Curaga off-screen to heal an exhausted Yuffie.

Characters who cast Cure magic in Kingdom Hearts II:

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 DaysEdit

In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Cure heals about 20%-40% of damage that up to the level of this magic and Magic stat of the caster. Usually, somwhat of 30% of your HP. Cura has a Regen effect, where the caster of the spell gains a bit of life over time. Curaga creates a circle that rapidly heals the user and allies as long as they stay inside it. Cure creates a burst of leaves above the caster. Cura casts a circle of clovers and leaves around the caster. Curaga creates a large cluster of yellow, bell-shaped flowers above the caster, and it then creates a glowing, green circle with flower petals swirling in it.

Kingdom Hearts codedEdit

In Kingdom Hearts coded, you can use Cure License from Hero's License.

Kingdom Hearts Re:codedEdit

Cure magic appears in Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. Its effects are similar to that of Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep in that it only heals the caster. It uses the same visuals as Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days but at a higher quality. Cure summoning a burst of leaves over the caster, Cura summoning a wreath of vines and floating clovers around the user, and Curaga creating a cluster of bell flowers above the user with flower petals and a wreath of vines circling the user.

  • Cure: It costs 9% of memory, has 20 seconds of reload time, and 18 seconds of Overspec reload time.
  • Cura: It costs 10% of memory and has 30 seconds of reload time.
  • Curaga: It costs 11% of memory and has of 21 seconds of Overspec reload time

LearningEdit

Kingdom HeartsEdit

Cure: Granted after defeating Clayton and the Stealth Sneak. Power equals (Max MPx3)+9.
Cura: Upgraded before fighting Captain Hook. Power equals (Max MPx3)+27.
Curaga: Upgraded after talking to Aerith in Hollow Bastion three times.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of MemoriesEdit

Cure: In Sora's original deck.
Cura: Stock 2 Cure cards.
Curaga: Stock 3 Cure cards.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 DaysEdit

Cure: Granted after completing Mission 21 in Agrabah.
Cura: Granted after completing Mission 50 in Beast's Castle.
Curaga: Granted after completing Mission 66 in Halloween Town.

Kingdom Hearts IIEdit

Cure: Granted after completing Beast's Castle.
Cura: Upgraded after reuniting with Goofy in Radiant Garden.
Curaga: Upgraded after completing the Hundred Acre Wood.

Kingdom Hearts Birth by SleepEdit

Terra: Cure can be first found in a Treasure chest at the Mysterious Tower.
Ventus: Cure can be first found in a Treasure chest at the Enchanted Dominion.
Aqua: Cure can be first found in a Treasure chest at the Enchanted Dominion.

However, Cure magic is also obtainable as a Bonus Panel on the Land of Departure's Command Board and can be bought from the Moogle after clearing each character's first world.

Kingdom Hearts codedEdit

Cure License: Granted in Olympus Coliseum.

Kingdom Hearts Re:codedEdit

DropsEdit

Kingdom Hearts Birth by SleepEdit

RecipesEdit

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 DaysEdit

Cure can be synthesized for 1600 munny once Roxas is promoted to Novice rank.

Cura can be synthesized for 2000 munny once Roxas is promoted to Novice rank.

Curaga can be synthesized for 2600 munny once Roxas is promoted to Novice rank.

Kingdom Hearts Birth by SleepEdit

CuraEdit

Cura is an Basic-class Magic Command that can be melded through three different recipes, listed in the Magic Recipe.

  • The first recipe can be melded by Terra, Ventus, Aqua, and is a type M recipe.
    • Cure (LV2) + Cure (LV2)
  • The second recipe can be melded by Terra, Ventus, Aqua, and is a type I recipe.
    • Cure (LV2) + Thunder (LV2)
  • The three recipe can be melded by Terra, Ventus, Aqua, and is a type O recipe.
    • Cure (LV2) + Aero (LV2)

CuragaEdit

Curaga is an Advanced-class Magic Command that can be melded through two different recipes, listed in the Mega Magic Recipe.

  • The first recipe can be melded by Terra, Ventus, Aqua, and is a type M recipe.
    • Cura (LV3) + Cure (LV3)
  • The second recipe can be melded by Terra, Ventus, Aqua, and is a type N recipe.
    • Cura (LV3) + Cura (LV3)

Kingdom Hearts Re:codedEdit

CuraEdit

  • Blizzard Raid + Cure
  • Magnera + Cure
  • Slow + Cure
  • Stop + Cure

CuragaEdit

  • Heat Dive + Cura
  • Confuse + Cura
  • Esuna + Cura

Melded commandsEdit

Kingdom Hearts Birth by SleepEdit

Cure is used to meld the following commands:

Cura is used to meld the following commands:

Curaga is used to meld the following commands:

Enemies that use Cure MagicEdit

HeartlessEdit

OthersEdit

UnversedEdit

UnknownEdit

Other usesEdit

  • In Kingdom Hearts, Cure names are used to mark the ranks of Cockpit Gummi Blocks.

GalleryEdit

Notes and ReferencesEdit

  1. The Hareraiser drops a Cure 60% of the time if the hero has a shop level of 3 to 6, and 59% of the time if the hero has a shop level of 7 or 8.
  2. The Vile Phial drops a Cura 25% of the time if the hero has a shop level of 5 or 6.
  3. The Vile Phial drops a Curaga 5% of the time if the hero has a shop level of 7 or 8.
Magic
Kingdom Hearts
Fire | Blizzard | Thunder | Cure | Aero | Gravity | Stop | Summon
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
Sleight
Kingdom Hearts II
Magnet | Reflect
Kingdom Hearts coded
Debug Ability
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
Poison | Esuna | Slow | Confuse | Dimension Link
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
Balloon | Spark