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KH-Gummi Mission

A Gummi Mission in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix

Gummi Missions are missions that have you controlling the Gummi Ship and traveling to either a World or in a World Gate. Gummi Missions are only found in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts III.

Using the Gummi Ship, Sora and his party must unlock the pathways between the Worlds by safely traversing through courses filled with scores of enemies. Upon completion of a Gummi Route, the related World is unlocked. Players can subsequently go back and try the missions again with different goals and difficulties; prizes are Gummi Blocks that can be used to modify existing Gummi Ship models or build their own.

Although there were routes to complete in Kingdom Hearts, there were no objectives to them. They later added Gummi Missions to Kingdom Hearts Final Mix to make the use of the Gummi Ship more enjoyable.

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix

Gummi missions in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix are different from their Kingdom Hearts version. In Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, the player needs to simply get through the course alive while trying to collect as much items displayed on the top right portion of the screen as possible. The items displayed are ships destroyed, objects destroyed, energy/shield/HP orbs gathered, special stars gathered, gummi blocks and gummi blueprints obtained.

Passing back and forth the same gummi route, and obtaining high scores in both attempts, enables the player to complete a mission.

Kingdom Hearts II

There are twenty-seven Gummi Missions found in Kingdom Hearts II with three missions for each Gummi Route.

Types of Missions

The primary goal in each route is simply to make it through the course alive. After the initial playthrough, Missions 1 and 2 will open up for each area. The Mission 1 goal is simple: collect as many medals dropped by the enemies as possible before the end of the level, the aim being to get a high Medal Level. Mission 2 is a bit tougher, but more straightforward; in these missions a set number of enemies must be defeated to achieve rankings. Finally, Mission 3 will open up when you have a C rank or higher in both Mission 1 and Mission 2; these are score based, but have much tougher enemies than found in Mission 2 and, in addition, the player must manually rotate the camera.

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix adds an extra goal to each mission. For every mission that has successfully been played to S-Rank, hitting B t on the controller when selecting these missions unlocks the EX S Mission. EX S Missions have the same goal as the original, except a restriction or requirement has been placed on the Gummi Ship.

Special Blueprints, which are high-power/high-defense blueprints designed from and made to look like Final Fantasy elements, are usually obtained upon completion of Mission 2 with a rank of S. The Assault of the Dreadnought mission offers models as S-Rank prizes for Missions 1 and 2, and two non-Final Fantasy related blueprints can be obtained by defeating specific enemies on two different routes (a Gold Spider on Asteroid Sweep and the Hunter X).

In addition, receiving 100% on all Gummi Missions for all stages will grant the winner the rare Crown/G Gummi, which enables the ship equipped with it to permanently go into Berserk Mode, a mode which usually relies on reaching Medal Lv30. The drawback is that the ship's HP is cut down to 1, and cannot be increased.

List of Gummi Routes

Kingdom Hearts minigames
Racing Riku | Phil's Training | Jungle Slider | Vine Swinging
Olympus Coliseum Cups
Preliminary Tournament | Phil Cup | Pegasus Cup | Hercules Cup | Hades Cup | Gold Match | Platinum Match
100 Acre Wood minigames
Pooh's Hunny Hunt | Block Tigger | Pooh's Swing | Tigger's Giant Pot | Pooh's Muddy Path
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories minigames
Monstro's Belly Brawl
100 Acre Wood minigames
Balloon Glider | Whirlwind Plunge | Bumble-Rumble | Tigger's Jump-a-Thon | Veggie Panic
Kingdom Hearts II minigames
Skateboard | Phil's Training | Magic Carpet | Chasm of Challenges | Gift Wrapping | Light Cycle
Twilight Town minigames
Mail Delivery | Cargo Climb | Grandstander | Poster Duty | Bumble Buster | Junk Sweep | Struggle
Olympus Coliseum Cups
Pain and Panic Cup | Cerberus Cup | Titan Cup | Goddess of Fate Cup
Pain and Panic Paradox Cup | Cerberus Paradox Cup | Titan Paradox Cup | Hades Paradox Cup
Sebastian's Musical (Atlantica Songs)
Swim This Way | Part of Your World | Under the Sea | Ursula's Revenge | A New Day is Dawning
100 Acre Wood minigames
A Blustery Rescue | Hunny Slider | Balloon Bounce | The Expotition | The Hunny Pot
Gummi Missions
Asteroid Sweep | Stardust Sweep | Splash Island | Floating Island
Ancient Highway | Broken Highway | Phantom Storm | Sunlight Storm | Assault of the Dreadnought
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days minigames
Beginner's Training | Practical Application | Champ's Challenge | Games | Grandstander
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep minigames
Command Board | Rumble Racing | Ice Cream Beat | Fruitball | Battle Missions | Arena Mode
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded minigames
System Sector | Side-scrolling | 3D Shooting | Labyrinth
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance minigames
Dive Mode | Light Cycle | Flick Rush | Training Toys
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