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Keyblade

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The Keyblade is the main weapon used by the player in Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ / Union χ.

Each Keyblade starts off with 3 Medal Slots which serve to add different types of Medals on them to make them stronger and use different types of attacks and skills, after upgrading a Keyblade to a certain level, new Medal Slots will be unlocked on the Keyblade, up to a maximum of 5.

When upgrading a Keyblade, Medal Slots will feature Attribute Boosts, which give damage increases to specific types of Medals. Each Keyblade also has a hidden modifier to the strength of the Friend Medal equipped to it, regardless of attribute.

In the game you can gain materials to upgrade Keyblades, as well as change their appearance and increase the quantity of Medal Slots.

While Medals grant the overall strength of a Keyblade, if players equip Medals that exceed the overall Medal Cost, they won't be able to use the Keyblade until switching to a Medal with lower Cost.

When a Keyblade is used without Medals, the player uses Stock Medals as placeholders.

Contents

Keyblade List[edit]

Subslots[edit]

In Version 2.6.0, Subslots were added to Keyblades. Each Keyblade has a set of 120 Subslots, which can be filled with 7★ Medals matching the slot's attribute to provide a small multiplier bonus to the entire Keyblade. The bonus multiplier provided depends on the Special Attack Bonus Level of the Medal.

SAB Level Multiplier
  +0.001%
  +0.002%
  +0.005%
  +0.008%
  +0.012%
  +0.016%
  +0.020%
  +0.025%
  +0.030%

Materials[edit]

Mythril Shard[edit]

Mythril Shard (ミスリルのかけら Misuriru no Kakera?) are obtained, one at a time, for completing the third objective of each Story Quest and each permanent, non-VIP Special Quest. See here for a full list. Three Mythril Shards are needed each time the Player strengthens a Keyblade between +1 and +25, and as Mythril Shards are finite in number, they cannot be sold.


Power Gem[edit]

Power Gems (つるぎの魔石 Tsurugi no Maseki?, lit. "Sword Gem") are used to strengthen Keyblades starting from level +25. The first Power Gem was available as a reward in the Coliseum Challenge Duel Powerful Enemies and Level Up your Keyblades! event, eventually becoming an extra in some Premium Event Avatar Boards and a reward for a Weekly Solo Ranking.

Speed Gem[edit]

Speed Gems (つばさの魔石 Tsubasa no Maseki?, lit. "Wing Gem") are used to strengthen Keyblades starting from level +25. The first Speed Gem was available as a reward in the Coliseum Challenge Duel Powerful Enemies and Level Up your Keyblades! event, eventually becoming an extra in some Premium Event Avatar Boards and a reward for some Weekly Solo Rankings.

Magic Gem[edit]

Magic Gems (しんぴの魔石 Shinpi no Maseki?, lit. "Mystery Gem") are used to strengthen Keyblades starting from level +25. The first Magic Gem was available as a reward in the Coliseum Challenge Duel Powerful Enemies and Level Up your Keyblades! event, eventually becoming an extra in some Premium Event Avatar Boards and a reward for some Weekly Solo Rankings.

Sun Gem[edit]

Sun Gems (たいようの魔石 Taiyou no Maseki?) are used to strengthen the Upright Proud Mode Keyblades starting from level +25 all the way to level +36. The gems are exclusively gained through the level 400+ Proud Quest: Power, Magic or Speed event quests.

Moon Gem[edit]

Moon Gems (つきの魔石 Tsuki no Maseki?) are used to strengthen the Reversed Proud Mode Keyblades starting from level +25 all the way to level +35. The first Moon Gem was available as a reward in the Coliseum Side-Quest: Moon Gem Cup event.


Electrum Ore[edit]

Electrum Ore (エレクトラム Erekutoramu?, lit. "Electrum") are obtained, one at a time, for completing objectives in Proud Mode. See here for a full list. Various quantities of Electrum Ores are needed each time the Player strengthens the Sleeping Lion, Counterpoint, and Fenrir Keyblades, and as Electrum Ores are finite in number, they cannot be sold.

Dark Matter[edit]

Dark Matter (ダークマター Dāku Matā?) are obtained, two at a time, for completing objectives in Proud Mode. See here for a full list. Various quantities of Dark Matters are needed each time the Player strengthens the Darkgnaw, Missing Ache and Diamond Dust Keyblades, and as Dark Matters are finite in number, they cannot be sold.

Other Materials[edit]

All other Materials can be gathered during quests by passing over sparkling patches of ground. These materials are generally found in locations appropriate to their substance; for example, vials of Spring Water can often be found in fountains or along rivers, while Curative Flowers can be found in flowerbeds. Though some materials can be found in multiple worlds or can be used to strengthen multiple Keyblades, most of these materials are used for specific Keyblades and are primarily found in the respective world. The materials needed for each Keyblade can also be easily farmed in the appropriate series of Keyblade Materials Special Quests. The Player is also able to sell their excess farmable Materials for 10 Munny per unit.

 
Material Description Price Keyblades Found
S TT LL TW O DR MOG SoM FS
Curative Leaf (薬草の葉っぱ Yakusou no Happa?) A leaf from an herbal plant that grows in the forest. 10 X X X X Quests
Curative Flower (薬草の花 Yakusou no Hana?) A flower from an herbal plant that grows in the forest. 10 X X Quests
Copper Ore (銅の原石 Akagane no Genseki?) Ore from a copper deposit. 10 X X X X Quests
Iron Ore (鉄の原石 Kurogane no Genseki?) Ore from an iron deposit. 10 X X X X X X X Quests
Spring Water (きよらかな水 Kiyorakana Mizu?, lit. "Pure Water") A vial of natural spring water. 10 X X X X Quests
Forest Mushrooms (森のきのこ Mori no Kinoko?) Mushrooms that grow in the forest. 10 X X Quests
Curative Bulb (薬草の球根 Yakusō no Kyūkon?) A bulb from an herbal plant that grows in the forest. 10 X X X Quests
Silver Ore (銀の原石 Shirogane no Genseki?) Ore from a silver deposit. 10 X X X X Quests
Gold Ore (金の原石 Kane no Genseki?) Ore from a gold deposit. 10 X X X X X X Quests
Swamp Water (沼地のわき水 Numachi no Waki Mizu?) A vial of water collected from the swamps. 10 X X Quests
Scorching Sand (熱をおびた砂 Netsu o Obita Suna?) A bag of piping hot sand. 10 X X Quests
Burnt Coal (燃えつきた炭 Moetsukita Sumi?) A pile of charred coal briquettes. 10 X Quests
Starry Sand (星のかたちの砂 Hoshi no Katachi no Suna?, lit. "Star-shaped Sand") A bag of rare star-shaped sand. 10 X Quests
Ember (残り火 Nokoribi?) A piece of glowing, hot coal. 10 X X X Quests
Strange Leaf (おかしな葉っぱ Okashina Happa?) A leaf from a wild plant that grows in the forest. 10 X X Quests
White Flower Dew (白い花のつゆ Shiroi Hana no Tsuyu?) A phial of morning dew gathered from the petals of a white flower. 10 X Quests
Strange Bulb (おかしな球根 Okashina Kyūkon?) A bulb from a wild plant that grows in the forest. 10 X Quests
White Flower Nectar (白い花のみつ Shiroi Hana no Mitsu?) A phial of sweet nectar from a white flower. 10 X Quests
Broken Biscuit (お菓子のかけら Okashi no Kakera?, lit. "Candy Pieces") Pieces of a peculiar-tasting biscuit. 10 X X X Quests
Teardrops (涙のしずく Namida no Shizuku?) A bottle of teardrops. 10 X X X Quests
Topaz Earring (トパーズのピアス Topāzu no Piasu?) Jewelry sold at the market. 10 X Quests
Agate Ring (めのうのリング Menou no Ringu?) Jewelry sold at the market. 10 X X Quests
Scarab Brooch (スカラベのブローチ Sukarabe no Burōchi?) Jewelry sold at the market. 10 X Quests
Netherstone (冥界の石 Meikai no Ishi?) A stone consisting of elements specific to the Underworld. 10 X Quests
Netherwater (冥界の水 Meikai no Mizu?) A vial of water collected from the pools of the Underworld. 10 X Quests
Netherflame (冥界の炎 Meikai no Honō?) An intense blue flame. 10 X Quests
Large Pearl (大粒のパール Ōtsubu no Pāru?) A beautiful accessory. 10 X X Quests
Icy Crystal (氷の結晶 Kōri no Kesshō?) A crystal born from the winds of cold. 10 X Quests
Melted Candle (溶けたろうそく Toketa Rousoku?) Misshapen wax from a melted candle. 10 X X Quests
Kupo Seed (クポの種 Kupo no Tane?) A small seed found within a kupo nut. 150 X Quests
Kupo Leaf (クポの葉 Kupo no Ha?) A leaf from a kupo tree. 150 X Quests
Kupo Blossom (クポの花 Kupo no Hana?, lit. "Kupo Flower") A flower from a kupo tree. 150 X Quests
Kupo Dew Drops (クポのしずく Kupo no Shizuku?, lit. "Kupo Drops") A phial of precious dew drops from a kupo blossom. 150 X Quests
Small Buttons (小さなボタン Chīsana Botan?) Buttons that came off a dress. 10 X Quests
Silk Handkerchief (絹のハンカチ Kinu no Hankachi?) A soft, smooth handkerchief made from silk. 10 X Quests
Herb Vine (薬草のつた Yakusō no Tsuta?, lit. "Curative Ivy") An oddly tangled vine of herbs. 10 X Quests
Luminous Moss (ヒカリゴケ Hikarigoke?) A unique moss that glows faintly in the dark. 10 X Quests

Past Materials[edit]

These materials were required for upgrading Keyblades until they were removed in Version 2.6.0. Any materials obtained before the update are still in the Player's inventory.

Orichalcum[edit]

Orichalcum (オリハルコン Oriharukon?) were obtained, one at a time, for completing every 25 Story Quest, as well as for completing the third objective of Proud Quest: Power LV 45 and completing the first objective of A New Keyblade: Moogle O' Glory. See here for a full list. One Orichalcum was needed to unlock the fourth slot of any Keyblade and another two for the fifth. As Orichalcum were finite in number, they can't be sold.

Adamantite Ore[edit]

Adamantite Ores (アダマント Adamanto?, lit. "Adamant") were obtained for completing the first objective of each Adamantite Ore Challenge Special Quest. See here for a full list. One Adamantite Ore was needed each time the Player strengthened a Keyblade between levels +21 and +25, and as Adamantite Ores were finite in number, they can't be sold.

Mythril Stone[edit]

"A stone made from mythril ore."

Mythril Stones (ミスリルのしずく Misuriru no Shizuku?, lit. "Mythril Drop") were occasionally obtained from Rare Prize Boxes, and could also be easily farmed in the Mythril Madness: Mythril Stone Special Quest. Mythril Stones were needed to strengthen each Keyblade at specific levels, and excess Mythril Stones could be sold for 50 Munny.

Mythril Gem[edit]

"A gem cut from mythril ore."

Mythril Gems (ミスリルの魔石 Misuriru no Maseki?) were occasionally obtained from Rare Prize Boxes, and could also be easily farmed in the Mythril Madness: Mythril Gem Special Quest. Mythril Gems were needed to strengthen each Keyblade at specific levels, and excess Mythril Gems could be sold for 100 Munny.

Mythril Crystal[edit]

"A mysterious crystal made from mythril ore."

Mythril Crystals (ミスリルの結晶 Misuriru no Kesshō?) were occasionally obtained from Rare Prize Boxes, and could also be easily farmed in the Mythril Madness: Mythril Crystal Special Quest. Mythril Crystals were needed to strengthen each Keyblade at specific levels, and excess Mythril Crystals could be sold for 150 Munny.