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Kingdom Hearts II
Kingdom Key D
(キングダムチェーンD Kingdom Chain D)
Kingdom Key D KH
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Strength Magic
+3 +0
Ability
None
Obtained
Choose "I won't give up!" when knocked out.
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Kingdom Key D
(キングダムチェーンD Kingdom Chain D)
Kingdom Key D KHD
"The King's Keyblade.
The dark side of the Kingdom Key."
Strength Defense
Base Unit Ultima Base Unit
+80 +1/
+2/
+3
+20 +0 +1/
+2/
+3
Magic Crit Rate Crit Bonus
Base Unit Base Unit Base Unit
+10 +1/
+2/
+3
+7 +1/
+2/
+3
+7 +1/
+2/
+3
Abilities
1: Defender
2: Damage Control
3: Second Chance
Obtained
No Gear, Skill Gear, Skill Gear+ ②, Technical Gear ③, Technical Gear+ ③, Duel Gear ④, Duel Gear+ ④, Loaded Gear, Loaded Gear+ ②, Chrono Gear ③, Chrono Gear+ ③, Phantom Gear ④, Phantom Gear+ ④, Phantom Gear++ ⑤, Lift Gear ③, Lift Gear+ ③, Nimble Gear ④, Nimble Gear+ ④, Wild Gear ③, Wild Gear+ ③, Ominous Gear ④, Ominous Gear+ ④, Valor Gear ②, Valor Gear+ ②, Fearless Gear ③, Fearless Gear+ ③, Prestige Gear ④, Prestige Gear+ ④, Hazard Gear ⑤, Hazard Gear+ ⑤, Casual Gear ②, Mystery Gear ③ (The King)
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Kingdom Key D+
(キングダムチェーンD+ Kingdom Chain D+)
Kingdom Key D KHD
"An upgraded Kingdom Key D.
Possesses excellent capabilities."
Strength Defense
Base Unit Ultima Base Unit
+117 +3 +15 +0 +3
Magic Crit Rate Crit Bonus
Base Unit Base Unit Base Unit
+25 +3 +10 +3 +15 +3
Abilities
1: Defender
2: Damage Control
3: Second Chance
Obtained
Duel Gear++ ⑤, Crisis Gear ⑤, Crisis Gear+ ⑤, Rage Gear ⑤, Rage Gear+ ⑤ (The King)
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Kingdom Key D++
(キングダムチェーンD++ Kingdom Chain D++)
Kingdom Key D KHD
"The penultimate Kingdom Key D.
Possesses excellent capabilities."
Strength Defense
Base Unit Ultima Base Unit
+120 +3 +15 +0 +3
Magic Crit Rate Crit Bonus
Base Unit Base Unit Base Unit
+34 +3 +10 +3 +19 +3
Abilities
1: Defender
2: Damage Control
3: Second Chance
Obtained
Omega Gear ⑥, Omega Gear+ ⑥, Champion Gear ⑤, Champion Gear+ ⑤, Ultimate Gear ⑥, Ultimate Gear+ ⑥ (The King)
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Kingdom Key DΩ
(キングダムチェーンDΩ Kingdom Chain DΩ)
Kingdom Key D KHD
"The TRUE ultimate Kingdom Key D. Possesses excellent capabilities."
Strength Defense
Base Unit Ultima Base Unit
+125 +4 +15 +0 +4
Magic Crit Rate Crit Bonus
Base Unit Base Unit Base Unit
+38 +4 +10 +4 +20 +4
Abilities
1: Defender
2: Damage Control
3: Second Chance
Obtained
Zero Gear ⑤ (The King)

The Kingdom Key D (キングダムチェーンD Kingudamu Chēn D?, lit. "Kingdom Chain D"), also known as the "Kingdom Key -Dark Side-"[1], is the default form for Mickey's Keyblade, and appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days.

It is a Keyblade of the Realm of Darkness which the King obtained to mirror Sora's Keyblade from the Realm of Light.[2] In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, it can be upgraded to the Kingdom Key D+, the Kingdom Key D++, and the Kingdom Key DΩ.

The Kingdom Key D was originally seen with Mickey in the final scene of Kingdom Hearts, and appears throughout Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days as King Mickey's Keyblade. Before the events of Kingdom Hearts, when he was an apprentice of Master Yen Sid, King Mickey instead wielded the Star Seeker Keyblade. The Kingdom Key D also appears in the secret video The Gathering, where Aqua pulls it from the ground at Keyblade Graveyard.

DesignEdit

The Kingdom Key D is a mirror of the Kingdom Key, and this purpose is reflected in its coloration - where Sora's Keyblade is silver, Mickey's is gold, and vice-versa. Even the rainguard, which is blue on Sora's Kingdom Key, is red on Mickey's, although both Keyblades possess a dark-colored handle.

GameplayEdit

In Kingdom Hearts II, this Keyblade is used whenever Sora faints during a boss battle and King Mickey enters play. However, it lacks a finishing move, so King Mickey is unable to finish off any of these bosses; he must instead revive Sora in order for the boss to be defeated.

In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Mission Mode this is King Mickey's default Keyblade requiring no gear to be equipped for use. The ground combo consists of a diagonal upward slash from the right leg, followed by the same slash from the left leg, and finishes with a 360 degree spinning slash. The aerial combo is the exact same as when he uses the Star Seeker Keyblade.

Other appearancesEdit

Light Seeker

The Light Seeker.

Through the use of a cheating device, a version of the Kingdom Key D named the "Light Seeker" (ライトシーカー Raito Shīkā?) can be obtained for Ventus in the Japanese version of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep.

Notes and ReferencesEdit

  1. SQUARE ENIX PRODUCT Online Catalog
  2. Director's Secret Report XIII, p. 28; Tetsuya Nomura: "In order to work, the door needs to be closed from both the Dark side and the Light side and both a Dark and Light realm Keyblade are needed. The King needed a Keyblade opposite from the realm of Light Keyblade that Sora had, so he went to the realm of Darkness to obtain one."

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