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Kingdom Key Keychain

The Keychain of the Kingdom Key, with a Mickey Head as its token.

A Keychain (キーホルダー Kīhorudā?, lit. "Key Holder") is a magical piece of equipment that modifies the appearance and abilities of a Keyblade. In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, the Gear Panel function replaces Keychains. Likewise, the Card system replaces Keychains in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. Cards, however, do not affect appearance, only ability.

PowerEdit

The Keychains have the ability to change a Keyblade's stats, grant it special abilities, and give it a new appearance. While most Keyblades have a basic form, like the Kingdom Key, a Keyblade wielder can upgrade and change the form of the Keyblade with a Keychain. In other words, when Sora or another wielder is equipping a "new" Keyblade, he or she is equipping a different Keychain to the Keyblade, changing its form.

OriginEdit

It has not yet been explained exactly what a Keychain is and why it has the power to transform the Keyblade. A wielder usually receives a Keychain after "completing" the events that transpire within a world.

But the Keyblade wielder is not shown receiving the Keychain from anyone, save for when Tifa hands Sora the Fenrir Keychain after defeating Sephiroth, and when Kairi hands Sora her Wayfinder, which turns out to be the Oathkeeper Keychain. Plus the few keychains that are found in chests. These Keychains are often modeled after elements of the world from which they are received in some way.

ExceptionsEdit

Sometimes, a Keyblade does not possess a Keychain. Some examples of this is the Keyblade of People's Hearts, the Keyblade created by gathering seven hearts of pure light, and Soul Eater. The Keyblades Ends of the Earth, Wayward Wind and Stormfall did not posses Keychains in the Kingdom Hearts II secret video Birth by sleep, as they were not designed yet. The broken Keyblades from the Keyblade Graveyard do not possess Keychains either. The actual reason for the lack of a Keychain is unknown.

See alsoEdit

Keyblades introduced in Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Key | Oathkeeper | Oblivion | Ultima Weapon | Kingdom Key D | Keyblade of People's Hearts
Lady Luck | Olympia | Jungle King | Three Wishes | Pumpkinhead | Wishing Star | Crabclaw | Fairy Harp | Divine Rose | Spellbinder | Metal Chocobo | Lionheart | Diamond Dust | One-Winged Angel
Keyblades introduced in Kingdom Hearts II
Way to the Dawn | Destiny's Embrace | Stormfall | Ends of the Earth
Star Seeker | Hidden Dragon | Rumbling Rose | Hero's Crest | Monochrome | Mysterious Abyss | Follow the Wind | Wishing Lamp | Decisive Pumpkin | Circle of Life
Photon Debugger | Sweet Memories | Fatal Crest | Sleeping Lion | Guardian Soul | Gull Wing | Fenrir | Bond of Flame | Two Become One | Winner's Proof
Keyblades introduced in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Missing Ache | Ominous Blight | Abaddon Plasma | Pain of Solitude | Sign of Innocence | Crown of Guilt | Abyssal Tide | Leviathan | True Light's Flight | Rejection of Fate | Midnight Roar
Glimpse of Darkness | Total Eclipse | Silent Dirge | Lunar Eclipse | Darker Than Dark | Astral Blast | Maverick Flare | Twilight Blaze | Omega Weapon | Umbrella | Aubade
Keyblades introduced in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
Earthshaker | Darkgnaw | Chaos Ripper | Wayward Wind | Frolic Flame | Lost Memory | Rainfell | Brightcrest | Master Keeper
Treasure Trove | Stroke of Midnight | Fairy Stars | Victory Line | Mark of a Hero | Hyperdrive | Pixie Petal | Sweetstack | Void Gear | No Name | Crown Unlimit
Master Xehanort's Keyblade | χ-blade
Keyblades introduced in Kingdom Hearts Re:coded
Zero/One
Keyblades introduced in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
Lea's Keyblade