Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep at IGN: walkthroughs, items, maps, video tips, and strategies. Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (キングダム ハーツ バース バイ スリープ, Kingudamu Hātsu Bāsu bai Surīpu) is an action role-playing game developed and. Kingdom Hearts - Birth By Sleep BradyGames Official Strategy Guide Scan. Game Guides @ Emuparadise. Direct Download: Unforunately this file has been .
|Language:||English, Spanish, Portuguese|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Register to download]|
The Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Signature Series Guide is a guide for Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep that was made by BradyGames, which also published. You can view and navigate PDF files with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the Acrobat Reader software if you don't have it already so that. Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Signature Series [BradyGames] on peypredkoefritlec.gq Kingdom Hearts II Official Strategy Guide (Bradygames Signature Series).
Another Keyblade Master, Xehanort , and his apprentice, Vanitas , serve as the game's antagonists.
Other characters from the previous games return, such as younger versions of Sora , Riku , and Kairi , though they are given less prominent roles. Donald Duck and Goofy , who assist Sora in most other games, appear in smaller roles. Most other Disney characters remain in their respective worlds regardless of their overall importance to the story in previous installments, such as Maleficent and Pete , who served as major antagonists between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, and a number of the Princesses of Heart.
Some characters such as Experiment , Prince Phillip , and Mickey occasionally fight alongside the player characters in battles as partners similar to the other games, providing assistance and performing combos to help the player proceed.
However, they do not follow the player around constantly like Donald and Goofy in the other games. Unlike the other major installments, which also featured casts of various characters throughout the Final Fantasy series, Birth by Sleep only features two of these characters: Zack Fair from Final Fantasy VII , and the Moogles, creatures from several of the Final Fantasy games, who sell items to the player. Xehanort manipulates the exam so Terra fails while Aqua passes, lessening Terra's control of the darkness in his heart.
Shortly afterward, Xehanort disappears and a horde of Unversed appear throughout the worlds. Learning about these developments from Yen Sid, Master Eraqus sends Terra and Aqua to destroy the Unversed and find Xehanort throughout the countless worlds. He eventually finds Xehanort, who offers to take him in as his apprentice and urges him to use his inner darkness to gain power.
He further instructs him to destroy Vanitas, the source of the Unversed, who was created from the darkness extracted from Ventus's heart. Terra's heart is swallowed by darkness in the ensuing battle, and Xehanort takes over his body to replace his own aging one.
We're still in set-up land, so their part of the story doesn't start for quite a while, but something about them does need to be mentioned here: the only reason they're important is because of Terra, Ventus, and Aqua. While going on his emotionally destructive universe tour, Terra stumbles upon a little place called Destiny Islands, where he meets Riku and Sora.
Seeing potential in Riku, Terra chooses to make the boy his Keyblade successor, which apparently just involves handing someone the thing to see if it likes them. Riku passes with flying colors and becomes a Keyblade wielder. Sometime later on a planet called Radiant Garden, Aqua does the same thing with Kairi, though it was mostly an accident because Kairi had grabby hands as a child.
Oddly enough Sora never got to go through this beloved childhood ritual, but he meets Ventus' heart as it drifts through the universe and agrees to act as its protector. Ventus' heart becomes one with Sora, giving the latter magic Keyblade powers and starting a trend of Sora having more hearts in his chest than is medically advisable.
Explained in: Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Xehanort continues to be awful and sets the heartless loose Remember how I said Terra-nort went bouncing across the universe after Aqua and Mickey put the smackdown on him? Soon after that he lands in Radiant Garden and meets its ruler, scientist Ansem the Wise.
While Terra-nort had completely lost his memory at that point, Ansem saw potential in him a dangerous thing in this series and took the guy on as his apprentice as they studied the effects of darkness on people's hearts.
The procedures eventually reignite Xehanort's memories and he starts doing pretty messed-up experiments, trying once again to get access to Kingdom Hearts right under Ansem the Wise's nose. Ha, not so wise after all.
In the process of conducting all those affronts against science and wholesome family entertainment, Xehanort and his co-conspirators unleash the Heartless, which consume all of Radiant Garden. Ansem the Wise is plunged into the same in-between world as Aqua and all of Radiant Garden's residents are either turned into Heartless or slingshot across the universe.
That includes Kairi, who ended up on Destiny Islands. Explained in: Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep and Kingdom Hearts Every bad guy in the whole series is created In the midst of that specific madness, Xehanort who by then had assumed Ansem's name, because why not is split into two beings: a Heartless named Ansem and a Nobody comprised of all the junk left over after a heart disappears named Xemnas. Both are still pretty interested in the whole Kingdom Hearts thing.
Ansem decides to collect the Princesses of Heart Disney princesses with pure hearts created from pieces of the -blade who act as 'keys' to Kingdom Hearts - yeah, just go with it to bust his way in, while Xemnas plans to release as many hearts as possible to get the realm to appear. Translation: kill a bunch of people.
While all that was going on, Ansem the Wise's other apprentices go through similar changes. Oh, and remember how I said Aqua left Ventus' body in the safest place she could find? We are finally at the part where Sora, Riku, and Kairi show up. Growing up in a blissful paradise, these three enjoy perfectly normal childhoods and have no idea how screwed things will eventually get.
Being dumb kids, they decided they want to leave and explore the world, and boy does the universe ever answer.
Right then Ansem unlocks the 'heart' of Destiny Islands represented by a keyhole, naturally , plunging it into darkness that breaks it apart like a neutron star while our intrepid heroes are still standing on it. Lesser folks would have been swallowed up and turned into Heartless, but Sora and Riku turn out alright.
Sora even gets a Keyblade out of the deal! Kairi wasn't so lucky, but thankfully she's a Princess of Heart, and her heart conveniently can't be overcome by darkness. Instead it latches onto Sora and gets cozy with his and Ventus' respective hearts. Meanwhile, Riku takes her comatose body so she doesn't misplace it, and tries to find a way to bring her back to life.
Ah, friendship. Explained in: Kingdom Hearts Sora meets some new friends and Riku gets all dramatic Some time later, Sora wakes up in a dark alleyway with someone licking his face, and thank God that someone's Pluto. He then meets a brand new duo of friends, Goofy and Donald Duck, who are searching for their wise king Mickey Mouse. Wow, he turned out well. Turns out His Majesty ditched his responsibilities to his kingdom to find out why so many planets are imploding recently. Because Sora has no place better to be, and because he now has a magic key-sword thing, he decides to accompany Goofy and Donald on their quest to find King Mickey.
Unfortunately, Riku chooses that very moment to show up, and doesn't like that Sora found a new set of quirky pals less than 24 hours after Kairi's soul was sucked out of her body which is a pretty good point, actually. Anyway, Riku is thoroughly unimpressed, peaces out, and meets up with the evil fairy Maleficent.
Apparently she'd spent the last 23 hours convincing Riku that Sora was a jerk and only the Powers of Darkness could save Kairi. Finally downloading into her argument after he sees Sora with his new pals, Riku agrees to go all dark side. Nice going Sora, you dip. Explained in: Kingdom Hearts Sora beats up Riku, saves Kairi, kinda kills himself After spending some time gallivanting about various Disney worlds and having dramatic run-ins with Riku ffft, teenagers , Sora and company show up at Hollow Bastion, the carved out husk of what used to be Radiant Garden.
There he meets Riku for the jillionth time, but apparently the guy leveled up his nefarious bastard class and steals Sora's Keyblade right out of his hands. Sora chases him into the world, but apparently that's what Riku wanted all along, because Riku's spirit became so weak to the darkness that Heartless Ansem straight-up possessed him.