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Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix
Two Become One
(めぐりあう二人 Serendipitous Duo)
Two Become One KHIIFM
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Strength Magic
+5 +4
Ability
Light & Dark
Obtained
Defeat Roxas in front of Memory's Skyscraper.
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Two Become One
(めぐりあう二人 Serendipitous Duo)
Two Become One KHD
"A weapon transformation brought about by installing another Ability Unit in an Oathkeeper."
Strength Defense
Base Unit Ultima Base Unit
+110 +4 +15 +0 +4
Magic Crit Rate Crit Bonus
Base Unit Base Unit Base Unit
+30 +4 +10 +4 +24 +4
Abilities
1: Defender
2: Damage Control
Obtained
Zero Gear ⑤ + 2 Ability Unit Ⓛ (Roxas/Xion)

The Two Become One (めぐりあう二人 Meguriau Futari?, lit. "Serendipitous Duo") is a Keychain for Sora's and Roxas' Keyblades that appears in Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. The Two Become One represents Roxas, as borne out by its obtainment, appearance, and ability, Light & Dark, which causes the activation of any Drive form to put Sora in either Anti or Final Form.

DesignEdit

Two Become One is one of the more sword-like Keyblades, possessing a curved, notched blade that bears a slight resemblance to Soul Eater and Way to the Dawn, with a noticeably sharp edge. Its color scheme is derived from a fusion of Roxas's Oathkeeper and Oblivion Keychains, and the handle is composed of the same checkerboard pattern on Roxas's wristband.

The Keyblade's design is also covered with references to Roxas's Nobody nature; the usual Nobody thorns make up the teeth and rainguard, which is black and rounded. The chain links are heavily stylized versions of the Nobody Emblem, and the full Nobody Emblem adorns the hilt. The token itself is Roxas's Nobody-thorn charm.

GameplayEdit

In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, this Keyblade's ground combo begins with a thrust forward, followed by a diagonal vertical strike from the right side, and continues with a lightning-fast array consisting of a horizontal slash left, the same slash right, a vertical downward slash and ends with a jump back and a rushing diagonal spinning slash. You can change the combo and end it after the first upward slash by pressing ButtonY: this will cause a jump into the air and a slightly angled spinning slash.

The aerial combo is a rush forward and two downward spinning slashes from either side. These combos are the same as those used when Roxas or Xion wields Oathkeeper.

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