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Serenity Crystal

A Serenity Crystal, the rarest of the Serenity materials

Hungry (満たされる Mitasareru?, lit. "Fulfilling"), also translated as "Mystery" in Kingdom Hearts and "Serenity" in Kingdom Hearts II, is a material type available in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts II, and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. Hungry materials contain the essence of fulfillment, and are colored red, green, gold, and a mix of other colors.

In Kingdom Hearts they are used as normal synthesis items, while in Kingdom Hearts II they are "modifier" materials that can be added to a recipe of the same rank to upgrade it to a more powerful form, and are usable once the Moogle reaches level 3, Junior Moogle. In Kingdom Hearts II, once all Serenity materials are obtained the Moogle will reward Sora with a Magic Boost.

Design

Hungry materials are represented by jewels with a Modifier material structure. The jewels are an opaline mixture of many colors, but gold is the most prominent. A light blue, smoky glow is present on each jewel.

"Serenity" means "calmness" or "peacefulness". The material's original English name, "Mystery”, may simply be a translation error, as "mitasareru" is phonetically similar to "mystery".

Drops

Kingdom Hearts

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix introduced the Mystery Power (満たされるチカラ Mitasareru Chikara?, lit. "Fulfilling Power"), dropped only by the Pink Agaricus (10%/20%/100%).[4]

Kingdom Hearts II

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix

Treasures

Kingdom Hearts II

  • Serenity Shard: Obtain a total of 50 materials; obtain all Rank C materials; chest at The Cave of Wonders: Treasure Room.
  • Serenity Stone: Obtain a total of 100 materials; obtain all Rank B materials; win the Pain and Panic Cup; chest at the Jungle.
  • Serenity Gem: Obtain a total of 250 materials; obtain all Rank A materials; obtain all Dense-type materials.
  • Serenity Crystal: Obtain a total of 500 materials; obtain all Rank S materials; obtain all Twilight-type materials.

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

Recipe

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix

Serenity Crystals can be synthesized through Free Development once the Moogle reaches level 8, Superior Moogle. Their upgrade is the Manifest Illusion recipe.

Synthesized items

Kingdom Hearts

Serenity materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix

Serenity materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Kingdom Hearts II

Serenity materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix

Serenity materials are used to synthesize the following items:

Gallery

Notes and References

  1. The Black Fungus drops a Mystery Goo 20% of the time if it is defeated with a critical hit.
  2. The Rare Truffle drops a Mystery Goo 20% of the time if it is juggled 10 times, 40% of the time if it is juggled 50 times, and 100% of the time if it is juggled 100 times.
  3. The White Mushroom drops a Mystery Goo 10% of the time if three different spells are cast on it, and 20% of the time if all three are the same spell.
  4. The Pink Agaricus drops a Mystery Power 10% of the time if it is hit 40 times, 20% of the time if it is hit 70 times, and 100% of the time if it is hit 100 times.
  5. The Bulky Vendor drops a Serenity Shard if the Capsule Prize reaction is used on it, a Serenity Stone if the Rare Capsule reaction is used on it, a Serenity Gem if the Limited Capsule reaction is used on it, and a Serenity Crystal if the Prime Capsule reaction is used on it.

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