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Xigbar[edit]

Xigbar (シグバール, Shigubāru), the "Freeshooter" (魔弾の射手, Madan no Shashu, lit. "Magic Bullet Shooter"), is the second member of Organization XIII. Xigbar controls Sniper Nobodies, and attacks with a pair of rayguns, classified as "arrowguns", called Sharpshooter (シャープシューター, Shāpushūtā), which can be combined to form a sniper rifle. Xigbar can also manipulate space to teleport himself, warp his bullets, and levitate in battle.[1]

His original self was named Braig (ブライグ, Buraigu, misspelled as Bleig in the North American version of Kingdom Hearts II), a man with a profound interest for the Keyblade who allied himself with Master Xehanort. He has a scar on the left side of his face and an eyepatch over his right eye, receiving both during a battle against Terra shown in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. After receiving part of Xehanort's heart, Braig confronted Ventus and Aqua with the former's glare etched in his memory. Finding Terra-Xehanort, yet shocked that his benefactor has no memory of him, Braig helped him as Ansem's apprentice before finding himself stabbed with Xehanort's Keyblade with his Nobody manifesting soon after.[2] Because of his original self's ties to Xehanort, Xigbar is the only Organization member who knows Xemnas' true intentions but realizes the plan is falling apart since the events at Castle Oblivion where they lost half of the members they gathered.[3][4]

During Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Xigbar shows interest in Roxas and drops several hints about his true nature.[5] He finds out about the Replica Project much sooner than most of the members, and takes it upon himself to monitor Xion,[6] smirking over how she assumes the form of Ventus from his perspective as she leaves the Organization. Xigbar confronts Sora, whose glare reminded him of the look Ventus gave him ages ago, various times during Kingdom Hearts II until he reaches the World That Never Was, where he confuses him by calling him Roxas and cryptically mentioning his three predecessors. After losing to Sora, Xigbar refuses to answer Sora's on why he is calling him Roxas.[7] Though Xigbar is defeated by Sora, he returns in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance as a member of Xehanort's new Organization XIII and additionally reveals his partial transformation into a clone of Xehanort.

Both Braig and Xigbar are voiced by Hōchū Ōtsuka and James Patrick Stuart in Japanese and English respectively.[8][9]

Xaldin[edit]

Xaldin (ザルディン, Zarudin), the "Whirlwind Lancer" (旋風の六槍, Senpū no Rokusō, lit. "Six Lances of the Whirlwind"), is a Nobody that uses wind to manipulate his six lances, named Lindworm (竜牙閃, Ryūgasen, lit. "Dragon's Fang Flash"), and to shield himself. Xaldin's lances can transform into a dragon-shaped contraption to attack opponents with whirlwinds. He controls the lance-wielding Dragoon Nobodies.[1] Xaldin's original self was named Dilan (ディラン, Diran, misspelled as Dilin in the North American version), a palace guard working under Ansem the Wise. Becoming a Nobody to be free of emotion, Xaldin understands the set backs of lacking a heart, but keeps a clear disdain towards people who follow their hearts, especially towards the Beast, who he becomes obsessed with as shown in 358/2 Days.[10] Xaldin appears in Kingdom Hearts II where he primarily confronts Sora in the world Beast's Castle, where he attempts to manipulate the Beast's rage to create a powerful Nobody and Heartless.[11] Sora's intervention forces him to steal the Beast's enchanted rose and kidnap Belle to stoke the Beast's rage. Prior to their final confrontation at the Beast's Castle, Xaldin clarifies that the Organization needs Kingdom Hearts to become complete beings.[12] His plans fail when Belle escapes with the rose, and Xaldin is defeated by Sora and the Beast, fading to nothingness. In Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Xaldin's defeat results in the restoration of Dilan. The characters are voiced in Japanese by Yōsuke Akimoto and in English by David Dayan Fisher.[8][9]

Vexen[edit]

Vexen (ヴィクセン, Vikusen) is a Nobody known as the "Chilly Academic" (いてつく学究, Itetsuku Gakkyū). Vexen's original self is a scientist named Even (エヴェン), whose interest in studying Xehanort's memories results in him becoming a Nobody. Vexen can control ice and carries a large shield called Frozen Pride (フリーズプライド, Furīzu Puraido, lit. "Freeze Pride") in battle.[1] In the Japanese version, Tatsuya Kando provided Vexen's simple battle expressions in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories,[13] and the late Nachi Nozawa provided Vexen's voice acting in Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days as well as Even's voice acting in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep.[14][9] Both characters English voice acting is done by Derek Stephen Prince.[15]

As revealed in 358/2 Days, Vexen experiments with the creation of Replicas, the first of which is Xion. In Chain of Memories, Vexen occupies the basement of Castle Oblivion with Lexaeus and Zexion, who he sides with to prevent Marluxia's plan to overthrow the Organization, later being assigned to personally investigate Marluxia's intentions.[16][17] He battles Riku in order to gather data to create a Replica of him, and allows Naminé to manipulate the Replica's memories to test Sora's worth.[18][19] After the Replica fails to defeat Sora and Marluxia threatens to reveal the shortcoming to Xemnas, Vexen fights Sora himself and gives him a card to access Twilight Town in Castle Oblivion with the intention of revealing to Sora both Roxas' existence and Marluxia's plan.[20][21] As a result, Marluxia declares Vexen a traitor and sends Axel to eliminate him,[22] which Axel does by incinerating Vexen before he can reveal the truth to Sora, mainly to gain Marluxia's trust and prevent him from using Vexen's Replica research.[23] Vexen's death leads to Even's restoration (two years later) in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.

Lexaeus[edit]

Lexaeus (レクセウス, Rekuseusu) is one of the two members of the Organization in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories that only appears in Riku's story mode. He is also known as the "Silent Hero" (静かなる豪傑, Shizuka-naru Gōketsu), and he employs a large axe-sword, Skysplitter (破天, Haten), which is able to break rocks and shake the area itself with his elemental power of earth and superhuman strength.[1] Lexaeus' original form is a guard named Aeleus (エレウス, Ereusu, misspelled as Eleus in the North American version), one of Ansem the Wise's assistants. In the Japanese version, Tatsuya Kando provided simple battle expressions for Lexaeus in Chain of Memories,[13] but Fumihiko Tachiki replaces him in Re:Chain of Memories and 358/2 Days and voices Aeleus as well. In the English releases, Dave Boat voices both characters.[9][15]

During the events of Chain of Memories, Lexaeus and Zexion discover Marluxia's plans to overthrow the Organization by capturing and manipulating Sora, and decide to capture Riku and use him in the same fashion to counter Marluxia. When they believe that Sora might fall into Marluxia's grasp, Lexaeus confronts Riku directly, trying to convince him to open himself up to the power of the darkness in his heart. After Riku defeats him in the original Chain of Memories, Lexaeus uses the last of his strength to release all of the darkness within him to consume Riku.[24] In Re:Chain of Memories, however, Riku is knocked unconscious by Lexaeus, only to be possessed by Xehanort's Heartless, who swiftly cuts Lexaeus down, the dying warrior lamenting his decision to battle Riku.[25] Lexaeus's demise leads to Aeleus's revival in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.

Zexion[edit]

Zexion (ゼクシオン, Zekushion), also known as the "Cloaked Schemer" (影歩む策士, Kage Ayumu Sakushi, lit. "Shadow-walking Schemer"), uses his power of illusion to mimic others' weapons, disguise himself as others, and create duplicates of himself.[26] While it was unknown what was Zexion's weapon in the original Chain of Memories, the remake Re:Chain of Memories shows he uses a lexicon, the Book of Retribution (裁きの書, Sabaki no Sho), as his weapon.[27] His original form is Ienzo (イエンツォ, Ientso), a silent young orphan who is taken in by Ansem as one of Ansem's apprentices after his parents' deaths, and suggests the creation of an underground laboratory for their research on the heart. Both characters' voice actors are Akira Ishida for the Japanese releases and Vince Corazza for the English releases.[9][15]

Zexion is one of two Organization members who only appear in Riku's story mode in Chain of Memories. Zexion initially plans to use Riku against Marluxia and his co-conspirators, but sees Riku to be of no use after Sora defeats Marluxia and attempts to destroy him.[28] Using the card created by Axel from Sora's memories, Zexion draws Riku into a simulation of Destiny Islands where he torments the Riku with his guilt over the islands being destroyed. He then assumes the guise of Sora and attacks Riku, engulfing him in light. However, Naminé—disguised as Kairi—intervenes to convince Riku to accept both light and darkness. With newfound confidence, Riku overpowers Zexion, causing him to retreat. Afterward, Axel determines that Zexion "knows too much",[29] and brings the Riku Replica to Zexion, convincing the Replica that he can become "real" by gaining power that the real Riku does not have, which he does by killing Zexion and taking his power as his own.[29] Zexion's death leads to the revival of an adult Ienzo in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.

Saïx[edit]

Saïx (サイクス, Saikusu), also known as the "Luna Diviner" (月に舞う魔人, Tsuki ni Mau Majin, lit. "Devil Dancing in the Moon"), is a Nobody with an X-shaped facial scar who can assume a berserker state of mind by using moonlight. Wielding a claymore called Lunatic (ルナティック, Runatikku), he commands the Beserker Nobodies who wield weapons similar to his.[1] His original self is named Isa (アイザ, Aiza),[30] a resident of Radiant Garden and a former friend of Lea's, Axel's original self.[31] Saïx joins the Organization around the same time as Axel but, lacking the care-free personality and morals his original self had, uses Axel to become Xemnas' second in command, and feels betrayed when Axel befriends Roxas, putting his plan to get leverage over Xemnas on hold. Saïx appears completely void of emotion and completely embraces his status as a Nobody, yet continually reflects on previously having a heart. Both characters are voiced by Ginpei Sato in the Japanese voice while Kirk Thornton provided the English voice.[8]

During Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days, Saïx assigns missions to the other Organization members. He is also assigned by Xemnas to oversee the progress of Xion, and is the one to discover Marluxia's plans to betray the Organization with Larxene, sending Axel to eliminate them. Towards the end of the game, he attacks Roxas when he attempts to leave the Organization, only to lose to the younger Nobody. In Kingdom Hearts II, Saïx appears before Sora in Twilight Town to stir unrest in him by warning him of Axel's intention to turn him into a Heartless. He later appears after Sora defeats the Heartless army at Hollow Bastion, where he explains Sora's purpose in the Organization's plans, and reveals to him that the Organization are holding Kairi hostage, Saïx having kidnapped her from Axel earlier, to ensure Sora keeps destroying Heartless for them. Saïx fights Sora on the latter's climb through the Castle That Never Was, using the moonlight from Kingdom Hearts to assume a beserker state, but Sora defeats him and he fades into darkness while pining for Kingdom Hearts to give him his heart back.[1] In Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Saïx returns as a part of the second Organization XIII. He is present in Where Nothing Gathers to witness the revival of Master Xehanort and then is ordered to stop Lea's rescue of Sora.

Axel[edit]

Axel (アクセル, Akuseru), the "Flurry of Dancing Flames" (おどる火の風, Odoru Hi no Kaze), is a Nobody of Lea. Much like his original self, Axel wishes to achieve his own ideal of immortality by having everyone he comes in contact with remember him, saying the phrase "Got it memorized?" on multiple occasions. Entrusted to deal with Organization traitors, Axel controls the Assassin Nobodies, and fights with a pair of "chakrams" called "Eternal Flames" (エターナルフレイム, Etānaru Fureimu) and fire manipulation.[1] Nomura designed Axel based on a similar concept as Reno from Final Fantasy VII; Nomura wanted to see what it would be like to have a similar character in a different role and world.[32] The character is voiced by Keiji Fujiwara in the Japanese releases while Quinton Flynn provided the voice for English releases.[8][9][13]

Axel is assigned to Castle Oblivion during the events of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, pretending to join with Larxene and Marluxia in their plan to seize control of the Organization. He kills Vexen to gain their trust, but finds himself confronting Sora while Marluxia uses Namine as a shield.[22][33] While acting as Roxas's mentor in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Axel befriends the new Nobody as well as the other new member, Xion, causing a rift between himself and Saïx, the Nobody of his childhood friend Isa.[31] Upon learning the truth that she is a Replica, Axel reluctantly hides it from Roxas while being forced in hunting down Xion when she attempts to leave the Organization. Once learning the truth, Roxas left the Organization to Axel's dismay.[34] Soon after, Axel recaptures Xion, refusing to let her sacrifice herself.

During Kingdom Hearts II, Axel is ordered by the Organization to capture Roxas or kill him if he refuses to comply. Roxas refuses to return with Axel and defeats him before merging with Sora. Axel later begins acting on his own and kidnaps Kairi, but Saïx takes her under Xemnas's orders.[35] Axel later finds Sora in a pathway to the World That Never Was and chooses to fight the Nobodies with him. Outnumbered, Axel performs a suicide attack to save Sora, and using the last of his strength to open the entrance to the World That Never Was.[36] When asked what he was trying to do, Axel admits he wanted to see Roxas.[37]

In Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Axel makes a cameo in Lea's dream after his original self's revival. Lea is repeatedly called "Axel" as well by those who knew him.

Demyx[edit]

Demyx (デミックス, Demikkusu) is the Organization's reconnaissance agent who is also referred to as the "Melodious Nocturne" (夜想のしらべ, Yasō no Shirabe). He is a slacker who would rather play his sitar "Arpeggio" (アルペジオ, Arupejio) than go on missions, especially those that require him to perform physical labor. He is a smooth liar as he tricks Roxas into working in his place every time they are sent on missions together. He is constantly talked about behind his back by Roxas, Axel, and Xion on their ice cream breaks. Though he admits he is not much of a fighter, Demyx has power over water, using it to create duplicates of himself. He also has control over the Dancer Nobodies.[1] Demyx is voiced by Kenichi Suzumura and Ryan O'Donohue in the Japanese and English versions of the series, respectively.[8][9]

Soon after appearing in Kingdom Hearts II at Hollow Bastion with the other Organization XIII members, he is assigned to look over Sora's progress in the Organization's plan, much to his chagrin. Demyx confronts Sora in the Underworld of Olympus Coliseum, stealing a medallion called the Olympus Stone to protect him from the Underworld's energy-reducing curse. After attempting to talk to Roxas through Sora, Demyx pits him against his water copies, and leaves after losing. Demyx later crosses paths with the protagonists again at Hollow Bastion, and battles them after they enrage him by mocking his nature as a Nobody,[1] but is defeated and fades into darkness. In his first chronological appearance in 358/2 Days, Demyx reluctantly participates in the missions Saix assigns to him out of fear of what Xemnas could do to him.[38]

Luxord[edit]

Luxord (ルクソード, Rukusōdo) is a Nobody also known as the "Gambler of Fate" (運命を賭す者, Unmei o Tosu Mono). He controls the Gambler Nobodies, can transform his foes into a card or a die and uses a deck of cards called "Fair Game" (フェアゲーム, Fea Gēmu) as offensive and defensive weapons. Luxord also has power over time, which he uses to force his opponents to play timed games;[1] however, he is lessed skilled at time manipulation than Young Xehanort, who can litteraly rewind it. Luxord speaks formally, often suggesting rhetorical questions and using metaphors related to gambling and other games. The character is voiced by Jouji Nakata in Japanese and Robin Atkin Downes in English.[8][9]

Luxord appears 358/2 Days, where he assists Roxas in various missions on Wonderland, understanding the riddles of the Cheshrie Cat quite easily while Roxas is stumped. Like most of the surviving members, he does not know about the Replica Project and Xion's origin until late in the game.[39] Shortly after, he laments his subordination to the Organization to Roxas.[40] His next appearance was in Kingdom Hearts II, where he reveals himself at Port Royal and revives the curse of the Aztec gold to create a Heartless, indirectly cursing Jack Sparrow in the process. Sora later frees Jack from the curse, but Luxord escapes without fighting Sora and his party. At the World That Never Was, Luxord traps Sora's companions in his cards, leaving Sora to fight alone in a game-like battle, but is defeated and fades into darkness, asking "Roxas" why he attacked him.

Marluxia[edit]

Marluxia (マールーシャ, Mārūsha) is lord of Castle Oblivion and the main antagonist of Sora's story in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. Also known as the "Graceful Assassin" (優雅なる凶刃, Yūga-naru Kyōjin, lit. "Graceful Assassin's Blade"), he uses a scythe called Graceful Dahlia (優美なるダリア, Yūbinaru Daria) and has control over rose petals to attack.[1] In the Japanese version of the series, Tatsuya Kando provided simple battle expressions in Chain of Memories,[13] and Shūichi Ikeda took over voice acting for Re:Chain of Memories and 358/2 Days, while Keith Ferguson provided the voice in the English releases.[9][15]

In Chain of Memories, Marluxia lures Sora to Castle Oblivion so Naminé can manipulate Sora's memories as part of his plan to take over the Organization, giving Sora a set of cards allowing him to proceed through the castle. Marluxia assigns Axel to eliminate Vexen to prevent him from revealing the conspiracy to Sora. After kidnapping Naminé in the aftermath of Larxene's death, Marluxia is confronted by Axel, who attempts to kill Marluxia for conspiring against the Organization. However, Marluxia uses Naminé to have Sora fight Axel for him. After Axel's defeat, Marluxia orders Naminé to erase Sora's memories so he can rebuild Sora into his pawn, but she refuses.[41] Marluxia engages Sora using an illusion of himself, but Sora finds the real Marluxia fused to a massive cloaked Nobody and defeats him. Marluxia makes a minor appearance in 358/2 Days, training Roxas before he leaves for Castle Oblivion.

Larxene[edit]

Larxene (ラクシーヌ, Rakushīnu), also known as the "Savage Nymph" (非情の妖姫, Hijō no Yōki, lit. "Callous Vixen"), was first introduced in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories where she conspired with Marluxia to overthrow Organization XIII. Larxene wields a set of knives called Foudre (エクレール, Ekurēru, lit. "Éclair"), the French word for lightning, and uses the power of electricity to fight.[1] Rude, impatient and loving to bring others down, Larxene is not well liked within the Organization; Demyx "fears" her, commenting "I like days when Larxene is out; I can play sitar instead of gopher." In the Japanese version of the series, the character was first voiced by Rieko Katayama in Chain of Memories,[13] but Yuko Miyamura took over the role for the Japanese releases of Re:Chain of Memories and 358/2 Days, while Shanelle Workman provided her voice in the two titles' English releases.[9][15]

She first meets Sora in Chain of Memories and helps manipulate his memories by causing him to remember Naminé's name.[42] She then fights him and gives him new cards to access more areas of Castle Oblivion. After she discovers Axel's betrayal and sees that Marluxia's plans have fallen apart, she decides to reveal her and Marluxia's plans to Sora with the intention of killing him.[43] However, Donald and Goofy arrive to assist Sora, and the three defeat Larxene, who fades into darkness. Larxene makes a minor appearance in 358/2 Days, reluctantly training Roxas before she leaves for Castle Oblivion.

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  3. ^ Xigbar: Xemnas and Xehanort formed the Organization for a specific reason- round up a bunch of empty husks, hook them up to Kingdom Hearts, then fill them all with the exact same heart and mind. Translation-they were gonna turn all the members into Xehanort.Square Enix (2012-07-31). Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. Nintendo 3DS. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
  4. ^ Xigbar: The gears of Xemnas' plans have begun to spin wild since the loss of half our membership at Castle Oblivion. The results are there, but can this state of affairs fairly be called a success? If Kingdom Hearts can be said to possess a mind of its own, it is surely rejecting Xemnas - no, rejecting Xehanort. Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
  5. ^ Roxas: Xigbar told me that Xion and me are "exceptional"---you know, like, special Nobodies. Because we can use the Keyblade? Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
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  10. ^ Xaldin: Watching that foolish beast flail about only deepens my disdain for humans and their incessant need to be pinned down by feelings. We became nobodies precisely to avoid the shackles of emotion. It was only later that we realized the scale of that loss: that some things simply cannot be done without a heart. Nonetheless, I see nary a pleasant thing about it. Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
  11. ^ Goofy: That's right. And they were gonna make you into a Heartless. That way, they could get that Nobody of yours and have control over it. Square Enix (2006-03-28). Kingdom Hearts II. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
  12. ^ Sora: What do you guys want? / Xaldin: Kingdom Hearts. When Kingdom Hearts is ours, we can exist fully and completely. Square Enix (2006-03-28). Kingdom Hearts II. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
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  16. ^ Vexen: Marluxia is already using Naminé's unique powers to meddle with Sora's heart. / Zexion: Without even bothering to consult us. / Vexen: It seems he desperately wants the Keyblade master for himself— What a foolish plan, indeed. Sora is not such an interesting existence. The enity that holds true value— is Riku, the hero of darkness. Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  17. ^ Zexion: Vexen should take care of this. His replica is soon to be completed. / Lexaeus: But Vexen despises Marluxia. Think of the mess it would make. / Zexion: So we must tell him. Isn't it better that Vexen clean up the mess than leave it to us? Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  18. ^ Vexen: I find coursing through you, there is a darkness of formidable power growing! Well worth the trouble of aggravating you. All this excitement has provided me with invaluable data. / Riku: What? / Vexen: Many thanks, Riku! Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  19. ^ Larxene: With a little help from Naminé, you'll have all the real Riku's memories. Maybe we can get her to make you forget you're nothing but a fake. In other words, we'll remake your heart so you can be exactly the same as the real Riku. 'kay? / Riku Replica: You want to remake my heart?! The real Riku is a wimp who's afraid of the dark! What do I want with the heart of a loser?! / Larxene: Any objections, Vexen? After all, you do want to test Sora, don't you? /Vexen: It must be done. Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  20. ^ Vexen: Did you even notice? I was delving deep into your memory as we fought. And here... Look what I found. A card crafted from all the memories that are locked in the other side of your heart. Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  21. ^ Vexen: I told you— This place was created solely from another side of your memory. It is on the other side of your heart that the memory of this place exists. It is your heart that remembers. Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  22. ^ a b Marluxia: Vexen has clearly committed a treasonous act against the Organization. You must eliminate the traitor. / Axel: No taking that order back later. Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  23. ^ Axel: Vexen was caught in the middle. Pitiable, but unavoidable. I could not risk his Program falling into their hands.Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
  24. ^ Lexaeus: Such... Such power! / Riku: Huff...huff... What's wrong... Lexaeus... Is that all... darkness can do? / Lexaeus: Well... It seams... I am beaten... But the Organization shall triumph! I may perish, but all the darkness within me will billow forth and devour you! Square Enix (2004-12-07). Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. Game Boy Advance. Square Enix U.S.A. 
  25. ^ Riku: You're finished! / Lexaeus: Don't mock me! [...] You were too much trouble. / Xehanort's Heartless: Too slow. / Lexaeus: You are the Superior's– Forgive me, Zexion. This was a fight I should not have started. Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
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  29. ^ a b Axel: All you need is the kind of power that the real Riku doesn't have. If you can get that, you can be a new person---not Riku, nor anybody else. You won't just be a copy of someone. You will be unique, your OWN self. / Zexion: Axel! What are you saying to him?! / Axel: You know, he's as good a place to start as any. / Zexion: You can't do this! / Axel: So sorry, Zexion. You just found out way too much.Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
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  34. ^ Axel: You can't turn on the Organization! You get on their bad side, and they'll destroy you! / Roxas: No one would miss me. / Axel: That's not true... I would. Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
  35. ^ Goofy: Organization XIII wants to get rid of the Heartless? / Axel: Man, you're slow. Every Heartless slain by that Keyblade releases a captive heart. That is what the Organization is after. Square Enix (2006-03-28). Kingdom Hearts II. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
  36. ^ Sora: You're... fading away? / Axel: Well, that's what happens when you put your whole being into an attack. You know what I mean? Not that Nobodies actually HAVE beings... right? Anyway, I digress. Go, find Kairi. Oh, almost forgot... Sorry for what I did to her. Square Enix (2006-03-28). Kingdom Hearts II. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
  37. ^ Sora: Axel... what were you trying to do? / Axel: I wanted to see Roxas. He... was the only one I liked... He made me feel... like I had a heart.Square Enix (2006-03-28). Kingdom Hearts II. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
  38. ^ Demyx Can't say I blame the girl for wanting to bail on these missions, but... I'm not about to go get myself turned into a Dusk over it.Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
  39. ^ Xemnas: "It," not "she." Xion is just a Replica...a puppet. / Luxord: Puppet? Someone made her? / Saix: Puppets generally don't make themselves.Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
  40. ^ Luxord: It's tough being at the bottom of the food chain. But what's chess without pawns? I just hope luck sees fit to allow us both to carry on with our roles.Square Enix (2009-09-29). Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days. Nintendo DS. Square Enix. 
  41. ^ Marluxia: Naminé... Erase Sora's memory. / Naminé: But if I do that... / Marluxia: That's right. Sora's heart will be destroyed. / Goofy: His heart... destroyed? / Marluxia: I would prefer to have him unmarred, but I can rebuild him more to my liking over time. Naminé, do it! / Naminé: No. Sora forgave me even when I deceived him. So how could I destroy his heart? There's no way! I don't care what happens to me. I won't hurt Sora! I won't do it! Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games. 
  42. ^ Sora: What's... that? Is that thing mine? / Larxene: What a shame... You've been wearing it all this time, and forgot? No... That's not possible. The memory has to be engraved somewhere deep inside your heart. Sora—you think carefully now. What oh what could it be? And who gave it to you? / Sora: Na...Na...mi...? / Larxene: Sora... Sora... You're getting it now! Release the memory from within your heart! / Sora: Nami... Naminé. Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. Playstation 2. Square Enix. 
  43. ^ Larxene: This was our only chance to turn the Keyblade master into our puppet, but—that jerk Axel used Naminé to betray us! So now, I'm left with no choice but to eliminate you! Square Enix (2008-12-02). Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. PlayStation 2. Square Enix U.S.A., Buena Vista Games.