|This article is about the struggle trophy. You may be looking for the trophies earned in game.|
During the real Struggle competitions, it is handed over from the previous victor to this year's winner (unless they are the same person). In the virtual Twilight Town, Roxas obtains this trophy after defeating Hayner, Vivi, and Setzer. Afterwards, Roxas gives the red, green, and yellow gems to Hayner, Pence, and Olette respectively.
In the real Twilight Town, Seifer held the trophy until he saw how much better Sora was at fending off the Nobodies. At that point, he gave the trophy to Sora as a symbol of respect for the warrior. The trophy was left behind in Twilight Town when Sora and company left for The World That Never Was.
The trophy itself is an abstract blue statuette that houses four unique crystals. Each one is of a different color, and, according to Pence, there is only one of each. The digital version of the blue crystal was passed along to Sora by King Mickey, and thus, there were two blue crystals in the world, rather than just one.
- The four crystals on the trophy may be a reference to the powerful elemental crystals that appear in many Final Fantasy games.
|Roxas | Hayner | Pence | Olette | Seifer | Rai | Fuu | Vivi | Setzer | Yen Sid | Flora | Fauna | Merryweather|
|Shadow | Soldier | Air Soldier | Barrel Spider | Dusk | Creeper | Assassin | Twilight Thorn | Samurai | Berserker | Sniper | Gambler | Dancer | Dragoon|
|Betwixt and Between | Old Mansion | Realm of In Between | Yen Sid's Tower|
|Struggle | Mail Delivery | Cargo Climb | Grandstander | Poster Duty | Bumble-Buster | Junk Sweep | Skateboarding|
|Seven Wonders | Struggle Trophy|