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Light is a force parallel to Darkness, an element for Synthesis items, and may also be used as an attack in the Kingdom Hearts universe. Although often associated with the forces of good, light is not entirely benevolent; Xemnas uses Roxas' power over light against Sora and Riku in his last stand.

Light is also one of the four known realms of the Kingdom Hearts universe, along with the Realm of In Between, Realm of Darkness and the Realm of Nothingness.

Special Uses of Light

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The Door to Light was opened by Sora when he was in the Realm of Darkness

Light can also be manipulated into attacks by some beings within the Kingdom Hearts universe, most notably being Sora and his Nobody Roxas. Similar to members of Organization XIII these two are able to physically call and wield the element of Light to their aid. Roxas's light powers, however, are significantly more advanced than Sora's; he is capable of creating spears and force fields out of light, while Sora only seems to be capable of using it to augment his physical attacks.

Sora's Keyblade, the Kingdom Key, is a Light aligned Keyblade. Other notable Light Keyblades are Kairi's Keyblade and Way to the Dawn.

On multiple occassions throughout the Kingdom Hearts series characters have been able to wield Light in unique manners not similar to those above. Most notable are the Princesses of Heart who are able to use their inner light to help those in need. For example, Kairi is able to use the Light in her Heart during the confusion at Hollow Bastion following Sora's sacrifice to return his heart to him during the events of Kingdom Hearts. In the sequel, Sora is able to open the "Door to Light" in the Realm of Darkness using his own heart to return himself and Riku to the Realm of Light on Destiny Islands. It should also be noted that Queen Minnie has limited control over Light as is seen with her "Limit"/Reaction Command with Sora, Faith.

Light based Attacks

Ragnarok - Used by Sora in the original Kingdom Hearts, it releases a flurry of light based magic in the form of laserlike beams.

Explosion - Used by Sora in Kingdom Hearts II, 4 light orbs spin around Sora, grinding into the enemy, then repelling them.

Trinity Limit - Used by Sora in Kingdom Hearts, a different version is used by Sora, Donald, and Goofy in Kingdom Hearts II.

  • In the Original Sora points his keyblade straight into the air,begins glowing, jumps up and sticks the Keyblade into the ground as a strange symbol and 4 orbs of light appear around him. He twists his keyblade into the ground in an unlocking motion as light bursts from the orbs, damaging all enemies in sight.
  • In Kingdom Hearts II, the final move of Trinity Limit is for Sora, Donald, and Goofy to raise their weapons as an orb of light is created above them, blasting all enemies.

Finishing Leap - Used By Sora in Kingdom Hearts II, Sora leaps into the air and strikes the ground creating a burst of light, launching enemies into the air.

Light Shields - Used by Roxas during his battle against Sora in Kingdom Hearts II. 13 of them can be called up at any one time and and Roxas uses them in different ways, from mixing them into his keyblade attacks to rushing across the field with the shields charging alongside him

Pearl - Used by King Mickey, shoots a homing orb of light at the enemy. In Re:Com it is used along with Riku for the sleights Holy Burst and Inverse Burst.

Wisdom Form shoot - Wisdom forms main attack is to shoot bullets of light magic that slightly home.

Final Form attacks - every finisher of Final Form has bursts of white light pouring from the keyblades as their clash spin, or surround Sora as he dives down to the ground.

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