The Two Become One represents Roxas, as evidenced by his acquisition, appearance, and ability to light & Dark, which causes Sora to enter either Anti or Final Form when activating a Drive Form.
All 19 Keyblades in Kingdom Hearts 3 have their own strengths and weaknesses, but not all are created equal or as easily obtained.
Keyblades are mysterious weapons that have a connection to their wielders. Keyblades can be used as weapons and as a means of locking and unlocking anything, be it doors, chests, or connections to worlds. Some Keyblades are known to even bring darkness into the hearts of men.
1 Ultima Weapon
With a name like “Ultima Weapon”, this Keyblade was easily the most powerful in the game. Not only does it have the highest Strength stat of +12, it also has incredible range and speed.
Antiform is very reminiscent of AntiSora Heartless from Kingdom Hearts, and Nomura confirmed in an interview with Famitsu that Sora’s ability to enter this form is due to his transformation into a shadow. b>p>
Kairi’s default. Destiny’s Embrace (Destiny’s Embrace, Desutinī Pureisu?, lit. “Destiny’s Place”) is a Keyblade found in Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix , Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep and Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep: Final Mix.
He was the original Keyblade wielder. Yes, Mario has held keys in his games before, so he knows they unlock doors, so it would make sense that it was a sign that he wanted to be a Keyblade wielder, just like Sora.
Because the heart of Roxas’ entire being is the hearts of two Keyblade wielders, Roxas can dual-wield Keyblades, Oathkeeper, and Oblivion, quickly demonstrating outstanding swordsmanship skills. In combat, he also uses light with great specialization, becoming a phenomenally dangerous enemy.
Keyblades can only be wielded by chosen individuals with strong hearts. They take the form of keys, operate every existing lock and are endowed with magical and other unique abilities.
There are a total of 15 known Keyblade Masters: Master Eraqus, Master Xehanort, Master Yen Sid, Master Aqua, Master Mickey, Master Riku, The Master of Masters, Master Invi, Master Ava, Master Gula, Master Ira, Master Aced, Master Luxu, Master Odin and Master Ephemer.
No. Sora’s ability to wield a Keyblade is his own. He originally got his hands on it by accident, but in Hollow Bastion his own heart had grown strong enough to make the Keyblade choose him over Riku, whoever it was intended for.
When it comes to the weakest Keyblade form, look no further than Sweet Memories. In Kingdom Hearts II, the player gets it after completing the side quest in Hundred Acre Wood. Overall, it is useless in combat as it has zero power and magic stats.
Aqua is the strongest.
Sora in Rage Form. Rage Form is an ability introduced in Kingdom Hearts III. Rage Form is a special form accessible with any Keyblade and will be made available once you gain access to Formchanges. The command to invoke Rage Form can appear when Sora’s HP is reduced to a critical level.
Unlike other Drive Forms, Anti Form cannot be specifically activated. Instead, it activates randomly when Sora attempts to enter Valor, Wisdom, Limit, or Master form based on a hidden “antidot” counter.
Sora’s Heartless is a supporting character and form that Sora takes on in the final act of Kingdom Hearts. Coded in Kingdom Hearts, the digital version of this Heartless serves as Bug Blox’s main antagonist and source of corruption.
The Soul Eater (ソウルイーター, Souru Ītā?) is a form of Riku’s primary Keyblade that appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts encoded. It’s a sword that gets stronger when used with darkness.