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Besides that, I think that the growth of a close relationship between to have any romance in KH, I'd be down for a Sora/Kairi/Riku threeway. Its laughable compared to the development that Sora & Riku's friendship gets. to believe that Sora and Kairi have a strong bond/relationship?. Its laughable compared to the development that Sora & Riku's friendship gets. Are we really supposed to believe that Sora and Kairi have a.
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Later when he visits the Magician's Study behind the door of the Third District, Kairi appears to him and tells him how much the study reminds her of their Secret Place, but she disappears when Goofy calls to him. When Sora crash lands into Deep Jungleshe reappears again for a short moment, right behind Tarzanthen disappears again. Finally, before setting off to Hollow BastionGoofy and Donald encourage Sora to believe in himself, then Kairi says from within "I believe in you.
These encounters indicate that Kairi was experiencing Sora's journey from within his heart, including befriending Donald and Goofy. This is later reinforced when she's talking to Sora in Traverse Town, remembers showing Sora her grandmother's story from within his heart. Riku finds her first, but she is in a comatose state, with a vacant, lifeless expression and a limp body. She'd lost her heart and because of her Princess status, her body remained untouched by the darkness that usually produced a Heartless.
With empty promises by Maleficent, Riku was convinced that he alone could locate Kairi's heart and restore her to health. When inside MonstroRiku attempts to kidnap Pinocchio in hopes to use his heart to restore Kairi's. This act confuses Sora as he hasn't learned of her fate. His attempt fails and he is forced to retreat.
In NeverlandSora finally encounters her body, along with a painful reunion with Riku; who is very defensive about her and ends up locking her in a room with Wendy so that Sora can't get to her.
When Sora reaches the room below her cell, he extends his hand towards her, desperately hoping for a reaction as he is just now discovering the full lengths of Kairi's condition. Unconsciously, her hand twitches before going still again, much to Sora's relief. Riku then takes her away yet again, having new knowledge of where Kairi's heart might be. After the defeat of Captain HookGoofy ponders aloud whether or not Kairi had indeed lost her heart, but Donald, not wanting to upset Sora, promptly shushes him.
Sora, however, appears to be in denial, pondering over his disbelief that he could fly and whether or not Kairi would believe him. Their friendship severed for the time being, Sora continues his journey, destined to clash with Riku in the near future once again over Kairi. However, Ansem, Seeker of Darknesswhile possessing Riku, reveals that Kairi's heart has been resting within Sora all along, which explains all the visions he has had of her during his journey.
Furthermore, Kairi is one of the Princesses of Hearta maiden whose heart holds no darkness, and is needed to open the Final Keyhole. He then attempts to take her heart from Sora, but he defends himself to protect it. After winning a fight and driving "Ansem" from Hollow Bastion, Sora sacrifices himself using the Keyblade of People's Hearts to free Kairi's heart, and is turned into a Shadow Heartless. Awakened as her heart is finally restored, Kairi runs towards him, but as soon as her fingers touch him, he vanishes.
Refusing to believe that Sora is gone, Kairi prepares to fight the Shadow Heartless that surround her, along with Donald and Goofy. Devastated, she, along with Donald and Goofy, attempt to escape from Hollow Bastion. But just as they are cornered by the Heartless, she recognizes Sora's Heartless from the crowd and manages to bring Sora back from the darkness by embracing him and promising to protect him.
The group escapes Hollow Bastion, revealed to be Kairi's home world, and find shelter in Traverse Town where she could be protected by Leon and the others. Sora finds Kairi in the underground water tunnel after talking with Leon. She states absentmindedly how much this place reminds her of their Secret Place. While lost in darkness, Sora witnessed one of Kairi's memories of her as a little girl wandering around the Hollow Bastion library with her grandmother.
Sora mentions this and it is revealed that after her heart was restored, Kairi could remember certain things from her past. Though Kairi wants to help rescue Riku and stop the darkness from emanating, Sora convinces her to stay put, not wanting her to get hurt and also joking that she would be in his way; he also acknowledges that, since their hearts were one, they will always be together.
During this conversation, it was revealed that Kairi's voice brought him back from the darkness. Kairi gives in and gives Sora her lucky charmwhich doubles as the Oathkeeper Keyblade. I'm always with you too! I'll come back to you—I promise! Sora runs up to her, a little too late as the world is breaking apart, restoring all the previously destroyed worlds.
Just before she is sent back, Sora promises that he will come back to her as soon as he finds Riku and King Mickey. She is then transported back to Destiny Islands without him, wistfully watching the island regenerate around her with Sora's goodbye still fresh in her mind. After the worlds are restored, Kairi visits the Secret Place, looking at the pictures that she and Sora had drawn over the years. Once she sees the picture that Sora had drawn of him giving her a paopu fruitshe is moved to tears and adds to it; the picture now depicting herself and Sora exchanging two halves of a paopu fruit.
Edit Although Kairi did not directly appear in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, she did play a very important role. Though Kairi is visibly injured she even bleeds a bitshe remains stoic throughout the short scene. Further proof of her social skill is demonstrated in Kingdom Hearts II manga. When Kairi lands on Twilight Town. She is greeted by Hayner and his crew.
While she casually engages with them, Organisation XIII member Vexen secretly stalks her and praises her ability to easily be friends with people she just met and even compares himself to her, saying he would have taken "5 years to get their trust. God Bless The Ring. For any 2K babies reading this entry, this 3D fighting game pits two fighters against each other and mostly allows you to fight in a classic mano a mano.
Though a few Final Fantasy 7 characters were featured in the game notably Cloud and Sephirothwe'd definitely ask Square to consider putting Kairi in a future sequel because she's definitely the most versatile fighter of the whole Kingdom Hearts universe.
Kairi seems to inflict a fair amount of damage with her knuckles in the Kingdom Hearts II manga. On one occasion, she manages to punch a Dusk Nobody to which the creature seems to agonize a bit. While attempting to recapture her with Nobodies, Kairi lands a punch in his face. Demyx responds by throwing the white flag and dismisses the Nobodies. But when we link all of these events together, we can't help but think that destiny is a key theme of Kairi. First off, Kairi's meeting with Aqua enabled her the use of using the Keyblade.
Then she lands on the "Destiny" Islands to meet with Riku who is also able to use a Keyblade. On top of it, her Keyblade's name is Destiny's Embrace. Traditionally, a Keyblade's name and form seem to represent the main characteristic of its wielder.
Therefore, destiny seems to be a big part of Kairi. So what happens when your favorite Princess forgets a simple information from the biggest memory holder of Kingdom Hearts? If you recall Axel's motto "Got It Memorized", he mostly uses his signature line after saying a valuable information.
When he opens himself to Kairi about best friend Roxas, she joyfully asks for his name, but Axel reminds her that he told her his name at the beginning of the conversation.
The reader then sees Axel talking to himself in order to hold his mental composure. Despite that, she gained an enormous fan cult and is considered the second most popular female of the series, right before veteran character Kairi. Not only do they share the same voice actresses, but they also do look very similar. Because Roxas doesn't have any memories of his own due to being a Nobody, her physical appearance is based off Sora's strong memories of Kairi.
We don't blame you at all! Then you'd get Dead Fantasy. Although It mainly features the flagship characters of both series, Kairi manages to make a few appearances in the series. She can fight with her signature weapon Destiny's Embrace, but she's also able to dual-wield Keyblades, as demonstrated in the second episode. Sadly, the series stopped following Oum's death in Although the series has garnered a strong fanbase, we wish Oum was still alive to continue his chef-d'oeuvre