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Emerald Serenade
(エメラルドセレナーデ)
Emerald Serenade
Type Emblem Heartless Heartless Emblem
Kana/Kanji エメラルドセレナーデ
Romaji Emerarudo Serenāde
French Sérénade émeraude
German Smaragdserenade
Games Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Emerald Serenade's Gallery
Variations
Red Nocturne
Blue Rhapsody
Yellow Opera
Green Requiem
Black Ballade
Silver Rock
Emerald Blues
Crimson Jazz
Spring Metal

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

These large flying Heartless travel along a set path, making ambush a useful tactic.
Their speed grows faster as their HP drops, rendering them increasingly tricky to finish off.
Hearts Lvl
14 40
HP EXP Def Stun
x7.06 x1.55 x1.70 O
Mission Lvl Rewards
64 32 Silver (20%)
67 40 Silver (20%)
81 49 Gold (80%)
Fire Bliz. Thndr. Aero
x0.28 x0.28 x0.28 x0.28
Ignt. Frze. Jolt Toss
x1.50 x0.28 x1.50 x1.50
Worlds
Neverland, Wonderland

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The Emerald Serenade is an Emblem Heartless that can be found exclusively in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days.

DesignEdit

An Emerald Serenade has a smooth, conical, body covered in vertical stripes that alternate from green to white. Its Heartless emblem is emblazoned on its chest. The top of its body flares outward and forms a jagged "collar" below the Heartless's spherical, pitch black head. It also wears a conical, black hat that is green on the inside and has a jagged brim, a green and white band, and a thin, curled tip.

Like many Heartless, the Emerald Serenade has glowing yellow eyes. Its seemingly useless feet sport three small, thin toes. The Emerald Serenade is one of the largest Heartless in its family, only contested by the Crimson Jazz, which also resembles in size.

Like many other Heartless in its family, the Emerald Serenade's name refers to a color—in this case, emerald green, the same as the Emerald Blues—and a musical term—in this case, a serenade, a piece of music appropriate to the evening, characteristically played outside the house of a loved one, to woo a loved-one.

StrategyEdit

The Emerald Serenade is, to say the least, a great annoyance. They do not attack in any way, but they remain in constant motion and move in uneven patterns at relatively high speeds. They also have large amounts of HP.

The best way to defeat an Emerald Serenade is to watch the dot that represents it on the map that appears on the Nintendo DS's bottom screen as it moves along its specific and unchanging path. The player should then attempt to find a location along this path and remain stationary, thus allowing a chance to ambush the Heartless with a Blizzard spell whenever it comes into view. There is a strong chance that this spell will freeze the Emerald Serenade, increasing the damage it takes for a short time while keeping it stationary.

This is the time to launch any physical attacks or other magic, such as Fire, Aero, or Thunder. However, it is important that the player cast either Blizzara, or Blizzaga well before the Heartless comes into view, as the slow casting of these spells may allow the Heartless to pass free of damage, meaning the player must wait for it to travel around the area a second time before another ambush attempt can be made. Thus it is important that the player bring several Ethers, due to the strong reliance on magic needed when facing an Emerald Serenade.

It is highly recommended when a player attempts to defeat an Emerald Serenade in Mission Mode that they fight as Xigbar due to his attacks' long range. Lexaeus is also a strong choice when battling an Emerald Serenade in Mission Mode, as his attacks' great strength can be devastating to the Heartless's health after it has been frozen by a Blizzard spell.

Characters
Party Members
Roxas - Axel - Demyx - Larxene - Lexaeus - Luxord - Marluxia - Saïx - Vexen - Xaldin - Xemnas - Xigbar - Xion - Zexion
Secret Characters
Donald Duck - Goofy - King Mickey - Riku - Sora
Non-playable characters
Abu - Aladdin - Beast - Belle - Captain Hook - Card Soldiers - Carpet - Cave of Wonders Guardian - Cheshire Cat - Cogsworth - DiZ - Doorknob - Dr. Finkelstein - Genie - Hayner - Hercules - Jack Skellington - Jasmine - Kairi - Lock, Shock, and Barrel - Lumiere - Moogle - Mr. Smee - Naminé - Olette - Pence - Pete - Philoctetes - Queen of Hearts - Tinkerbell - White Rabbit - Zero
Locations
Worlds
Agrabah - Beast's Castle - Castle Oblivion - Destiny Islands - Halloween Town - Kingdom Hearts - Neverland - Olympus Coliseum - The World That Never Was - Twilight Town - Wonderland
Places
Castle That Never Was - Old Mansion
Terms
Heart - Heartless - Keyblade - Mission Mode - Nobody - Organization XIII - Organization XIII Device - Replica - Replica Program - Roxas's Diary - Sea-salt ice cream - Chaining - Limit Break
Music
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep & 358/2 Days Original Soundtrack - Sanctuary
Archives
Rings - Artwork - Bosses - Enemies - Other Weapons
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
Dark Hide