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Drive Forms

Valor Form

Valor Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Valor Form changes Sora's base clothes to a red, black, and white color scheme with fleur-de-lis symbols on his sleeves and pants. Sora uses two Keyblades while in this form.

Wisdom Form

Wisdom Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Wisdom Form changes Sora's base clothes to a blue, black, and white color scheme with flames on his sleeves and pants, and yellow straps on his gloves.

Limit Form

Limit Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Limit Form changes Sora's base clothes to match the color scheme of his outfit from Kingdom Hearts with crown symbols on his sleeves and pants.

Master Form

Master Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Master Form changes Sora's base clothes to a yellow, black, and white color scheme with three black and white cross symbols on the sleeves and pants. Sora again wields two Keyblades with one floating just out of his reach. He is followed by a streak of yellow sparkles while moving and his hand with the floating Keyblade emits a yellow aura.

Final Form

Final Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Final Form changes Sora's base clothes to a silver, black, and white color scheme with wind symbols on his sleeves and pants. He wields two Keyblades that float around him in various ways depending on how he is moving. In this form, Sora is always floating.

Anti Form

Sora (Anti Form) KHII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Anti Form changes Sora's base clothes to a black color scheme with blue shoe soles and glove hemming, and batwing symbols on his sleeves and pants. His eyes are glowing yellow circles and he wields no Keyblade in this form. Sora is able to use this form due to his transformation into a Shadow in Kingdom Hearts.

Formchanges

Second Form

Sora (Second Form) KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Second Form changes Sora's base clothes to a similar color scheme to that of his clothing in Kingdom Hearts II. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Kingdom Key, Phantom Green, Midnight Blue, or Dawn Till Dusk Keyblades.

Strike Form

Sora (Strike Form) KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Strike Form changes Sora's base clothes to a burgundy and black color scheme with a camouflage design on his sleeves and pants. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Favorite Deputy, Happy Gear, or Wheel of Fate Keyblades.

Element Form

Sora (Element Form) KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Element Form changes Sora's base clothes to a deep blue and black color scheme with stars on his sleeves, pants, and jacket hood. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Shooting Star or Ever After Keyblades.

Guardian Form

Sora Guard Form KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Guardian Form changes Sora's base clothes to a mustard yellow and black color scheme with diamonds on his sleeves and pants. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Hero's Origin, Classic Tone, or Hunny Spout Keyblades.

Blitz Form

Sora (Blitz Form) KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Blitz Form changes Sora's base clothes to an emerald green and black color scheme with indigo flames on his pants. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Crystal Snow, Grand Chef, or Nano Gear Keyblades.

Ultimate Form

Sora (Ultimate Form) KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Ultimate Form changes Sora's base clothes to a black and white color scheme with zebra stripes on his pants and three crown emblems on his sleeves. Unlike other Forms, Sora does not wield a Keyblade and instead has 8 blue, red, and yellow swords that float around him as well as wielding a single rainbow-colored blade that has a red heart near the handle. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Ultima Weapon.

Rage Form

Sora (Rage Form) KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Rage Form, similar to Anti Form, changes Sora's base clothes, hair, and skin to a pure black color scheme with the addition of neon white X's on his pants and sleeves, and glowing red eyes. Unlike Anti-Form, Sora has the ability to wield a Keyblade which also changes to a black color scheme. Sora can only obtain this form when his HP drops to a critical level.


Light Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind, Light Form changes Sora's base clothes to a gray, white, and black color scheme with crosses on the hood. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Oathkeeper Keyblade.

Dark Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind, Dark Form changes Sora's base clothes to a purple, white, and black color scheme. Sora can only obtain this form while wielding the Oblivion Keyblade.

Other Forms

Card Form

Card Form

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Card Form changes Sora's appearance into a playing card if he loses against the Gambler or Luxord's "Begin Game" reaction command. Sora can only perform weak attacks in this form that cause little to no damage.

Die Form

Dice form KH2

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Die Form changes Sora's appearance into a die if he loses against the Gambler or Luxord's "Stop Dice" reaction command. The Drive Gauge turns into a counter for how long Sora is stuck in this form.

Costumes

Atlantica

Sora Atlantica KHII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts, Sora takes on the appearance of a merman with a blue dolphin tail, and wears no other clothing or jewelry. Sora does not have the ability to use Drive Forms or Summons while in this form, and is unable to attack at all in Kingdom Hearts II.

Gameplay

In Kingdom Hearts:

  • Circle Button: Swim Up
  • Square Button: Dive Down

In Kingdom Hearts II:

  • B u: Swim Up
  • B d: Dive Down

Special Abilities

Halloween Town

Sora- Vampire Form KHII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts, Sora takes on the appearance of a vampire-like monster wearing a pumpkin mask covering half his face, fangs, wings, claws, and skeletally skinny arms and legs. Sora gains no special abilities while in this form as it is solely to keep world order. His Keyblade also takes on a grey-toned color scheme.

Christmas Town

KH2-SantaSora

Although Christmas Town is introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Sora does not get a special costume there until Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix. He retains most of his Halloween Town outfit, but his shirt becomes a black, fur lined Santa coat with crown buttons, a brown belt, black gloves, and a black Santa hat covering half his face. Sora gains no special abilities while in this form as it is solely to keep world order. His Keyblade also takes on a grey-toned color scheme.

Pride Lands

Lion Form CG

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Sora takes on the appearance of a lion cub. He has chocolate brown fur, white paws, muzzle, and belly, maintains his normal spiky hair which is now present as a mane, and retains his crown necklace. Sora wields his Keyblade in his mouth while in this form, and is unable to use Drive Forms and Summons.

Special Abilities

Timeless River

TimelessRiverSora

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Sora takes on the appearance of the American rubber hose animation style. He wears a cartoon-y version of his clothes from Kingdom Hearts, but in a black and white color scheme. Sora gains no special abilities while in this form as it is solely to keep world order.

Space Paranoids

TronSora

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II, Sora is converted into a data form. He wears a robot-like armor with a blue circuit pattern across his entire body. Sora gains no special abilities while in this form as it is solely to keep world order. His Keyblade also takes on a circuit pattern.

The Grid

Sora- Data Form KH3D

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Sora is converted into a data form similar to his form in Space Paranoids. He retains the same robot-like armor with a blue circuit pattern, but his hair and skin are their natural colors. As with Space Paranoids, Sora gains no special abilities in this form and his Keyblade retains its circuit pattern.

Toy Box

Sora Toy Form KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Sora takes on the appearance of a toy action figure with blocky clothing and ball joint articulation. His outfit uses elements similar to Riku's clothing in Kingdom Hearts III. He wears a red and black diamond patterned shirt, a gray jacket with a red hood and gold X's on shoulders, black gloves with gold cuffs, black pants with a gray checkered pattern, black shoes with a gold strap, and retains his crown necklace. Sora gains no special abilities while in this form as it is solely to keep world order.

Monstropolis

Sora Monster Form KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Sora takes on the appearance of a monster. He retains his typical jacket, gloves, and crown necklace from Kingdom Hearts III, but otherwise wears no clothes. He has gray fur with six black stripes down each leg and two stripes on his arms, a small tail with several spines, large claws on his hands and feet, a cat-like mouth with fangs, large pointed ears, and red hair reminiscent of fish fins. Sora gains no special abilities while in this form as it is solely to keep world order.

The Caribbean

Sora KHIII POTC Render

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Sora takes on the appearances of a pirate. He wears a red and gold button-down shirt with a brown belt and a black brocade coat, black and gray striped pants, black boots, and a black captains hat with a blue bandana underneath. In addition to the outfit, Sora's skin is dirty and he has a gold tooth. Sora gains no special abilities while in this form as it is solely to keep world order.

San Fransokyo

Sora San Fransokyo KHIII

Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III, Sora's outfit remains the same overall with the addition of an AR headset that Hiro Hamada builds for him to gather data on the Heartless. The helmet matches the black and red color scheme of Sora's outfit and has a similar design to Hiro's own headset.

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