Kingdom Hearts: Why the Hell Haven't Sora and Kairi Kissed Yet?!
With Kingdom Hearts 2, Sora and Kairi regain their memories of If the relationship between Sora and Kairi was so inspiring, magical and. Kairi from Kingdom Hearts has some dark secrets that fans of the series need to know. Further referenced in the Kingdom Hearts II manga, readers have . implied that Kairi and Sora's relationship is beyond friendship. Sora's and Kairi's relationship development in KH III .. the hug they shared in Kingdom Hearts II at The World That Never Was was meant to.
When we look at it, we can reflect on the fact that water almost seemed vital to bring life to Kairi's character When we look at Kairi's name in Japanese, It actually means "nautical mile". However, her individual kanjis means "sea" and "village". After linking her name with these events, It's only fair to say that Square-Enix and Disney did a great job at keeping Kairi's concept theme.
They both ranked 3rd in the Famitsu character poll of the series and both have very interesting stories in their own way. They also both share a twisted relationship in which Axel kidnapped Kairi as part of a scheme to bring his best friend Roxas back. Shortly after his death, Axel reverts back to his human form, Lea and becomes a valued ally for the main cast. The twisted part is that Lea is also Kairi's sparring Keyblade partner. Although Kairi seemed uncomfortable training with her former captor-turned-ally, a canon story reading, performed at the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra suggested that Kairi quickly overcame her fear of Lea and became friends with him.
We sure do hope to see these two Keyblade users in action.
Initially, the Birth By Sleep main characters' name follows the same concept in which the trio are being named after elements. As discussed in a previous entry, Aqua is ultimately responsible for Kairi's journey.
The series is usually rated E for Everyone in the ESRB ratings and even Kingdom Hearts producer claims he had to edit some features in order not to depict too much negativity in the game. However, this state of mind is less prevalent in the manga series. In an attempt to lure Sora, Saix summons two Berserker Nobodies and orders them to attack Kairi's cell in order for her to yell for help to lure Sora.
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.
Despite their guilt at doing so, Donald and Goofy are forced to abandon Sora because of the King's orders: When Beast pulls himself up to continue to the castle, Sora tells him to be careful due to his injuries. However, Beast shrugs off Sora's worries, saying that he would not leave before he completed what he'd come there for; to find Belle. When asked what he came for, Sora realizes that he needs to show the same attitude as the Beast, and continues with him into the entrance hall of the castle.
There Sora meets Riku, Goofy, and Donald once more. Feeling guilty, Donald and Goofy return to Sora's side. Riku then asks Sora, "How do you intend to fight without a weapon? I've got a better weapon. Riku taunts Sora, calling his heart pathetic and weak. Sora proceeds to tell him that his friends strengthen his heart. At this, the Keyblade realizes that Riku has turned to darkness, and Sora's heart is far stronger than Riku's, so it returns to Sora.
Enraged, Riku fights Sora and loses. Furious at his weakness, he makes the mistake of listening to a mysterious man. Opening his heart fully to darkness, he allows himself to be possessed by this man. After this, the party encounter Maleficent and defeat her.
The Relationships of Kingdom Hearts - Kingdom Hearts Ultimania
Using a Keyblade born of six of the Princesses of Hearts' heartsRiku unlocks the darkness in her heart before stepping away through a Corridor of Darkness. She transforms into a black, fire-breathing dragon from the proliferation of darkness in her heart, but is again defeated and the Heartless swallow her heart. Further into the depths of Hollow Bastion, Sora encounters Riku once more, and he calls himself " Ansem, Seeker of Darkness ", who intends to find Kingdom Hearts itself. Although it is difficult fighting his best friend, Sora emerges victorious in the struggle.
Kairi is revealed to be one of the Seven Princesses of Heart who possess the power to open the Final Keyhole that leads to Kingdom Hearts, but because her heart laid within Sora, it cannot open, as explained by "Ansem". When he manages to reunite with Kairi after a brief stint as a Heartless, Kairi uses her light to restore his human form.
The Relationships of Kingdom Hearts
Kairi gives Sora her lucky charm Oathkeeper 's keychain since he insists that she should stay behind, even joking that she would be in his way. The six Princesses of Heart then inform him of a new darkness approaching, and the trio travel to End of the Worldthe "Heartless world" of all the worlds that fell into darkness, where they confront and defeat "Ansem" once and for all. However, Heartless begin to swarm inside of the door and Sora, Donald, and Goofy rush forward to close it.
However, Mickey and Riku become trapped behind the door as it closed shut. Riku's last words to Sora before it closed are "Take care of her", referring to Kairi.
The Future of Kairi and Sora's relationship
As the worlds begin to restore themselves, Sora sees Kairi on a platform of sand that is drifting away. Kairi and Sora are separated with Kairi going back to Destiny Islands.
Sora promises to return to her as soon as he finds Riku and King Mickey. Chain of Memories Edit After being separated from his friends, Sora wanders down on a long, meandering path with Donald and Goofy searching for a way to find Riku and Mickey, encountering Pluto on the way.
When they reach a crossroad and call it a night, a mysterious man in a long black hooded cloak appears and informs Sora, "Along the road ahead lies something you need.
So am I saying Sora should be dating people like Ariel or Namine for however brief a stint that would have been and some other young folks, or that maybe Kairi should pay more attention to Riku for a while?
People cosplay it, write fanfics about it, and raise their voices to insist that this somehow should come to pass.
So what if Roxas has picked up two girls and Axel hides everything--tragedy makes perfect! The ice cream starts to take on a whole new meaning.
Barring that there are evidently better matches for Roxas, and that Axel is much of a girl-magnet, would a relationship work between these two? So it seems strange that when Roxas finally decides to fight the Organization, Axel only jumped on the bandwagon after Roxas rejoined with Sora.
That says a lot about the differing priorities of these two. Axel may not have obligations since his heart belongs to a Heartless out there in the world, but Roxas, on the other hand, does have to sacrifice himself for the good of these two people.
Clearly, Roxas and Axel can only be good friends and they show the passion of true friendship. Even though it sadly could not persist longer, as a famous movie and Canadian female singer put it, their hearts will go on. Mickey X Minnie Put the pitchforks down already, and hold off on your viruses. I want to say yes, but sometimes the strength of a relationship is judged by what happens in an emergency, and in Kingdom Hearts, Mickey…makes some tough choices that leaves his partner wanting.
It seems like Minnie and Mickey are never in the same room together. Maybe if Minnie had a Daisy-like tantrum that would help fix things? In the first Kingdom Hearts maybe as far back as Birth by SleepMickey has suddenly disappeared without telling Minnie anything save by letter and was gone for over a year.
At worse, he could have died, he could have been made a Heartless, he could have been served for lunch in the Land of Dragons, he could have had any number of things happen to him and she would never have known. Probably could have done this multiple times, in fact. Fortunately, Minnie seems to be the forgiving sort. Coded is a cause of worry for Minnie. I mean, bringing work home is fine since this is for a good cause. Minnie may be perfectly forgiving and kind, but I think Mickey should give her less cause for worry and provide better guard for all of these unplanned disasters.