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Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Greg Boccia
First Published: 12-01-2015 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 01-11-2019 / 16:07 GMT
Version: 1.0 (????) 23-02-2020 / 19:30 GMT

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix Guide

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Aquas Story

Keyblade Graveyard

The Final Battle

As Aqua lands turn around and empty the two chests in the back then another on the way out for a Mega-Potion, Elixir and the Keyblade Graveyard Map. Don’t miss the Flower Sticker near the chest on your way out to the Twister Trench. In this area are several swirling tornadoes that will chase Aqua and start difficult battles against Unversed. It becomes a good place to level up and gain CP once you can handle it. There are four chests in this section and they hold: Mega-Ether, Aeroga, Megalixir , and Mega-Potion . Head to the next area, the Fissure, and grab the final sticker, a Bubble Sticker then use the shop and save points as needed, because they are the last ones in the game. Move to the next area when you are ready for the final showdown.

You can use the tornadoes (left) to fight strong Unversed (right) and gain some good experience.

Unversed Mission - Launching Plant

Location : Seat of War

Reward : Illusion L

1 Star : 0-200

2 Star: 201-349

3 Star: 350+

The Launching Plant will drop orbs when hit after being launched. You’ll need to deliver a lot of hits quickly so the Spellweaver Command Style works best. Just load up on Fabracadabra and use them twice to get the Finisher which deals a ton of hits. It shouldn’t be hard to net over 500 easily.

BOSS - Braig

Braig warps around the battlefield firing waves of bullets from long range as well as rapid bursts at close range. Aqua’s Barrier can block these weak but deadly attacks. Air Sliding or Cartwheeling is much more effective than blocking, however, defense isn’t the only focus of the fight. Shotlocking is the best way to get damage in on Braig since he doesn’t move very fast even though he teleports a lot. When you get close use large combo commands like Sonic Blade or Time Splicer to really hand it to him.

Braig uses a lot of quick attacks but they can luckily be blocked. He teleports a lot so you have to be patient with him.


Prize Category Name
Power Up Maximum HP Up

BOSS - Ventus / Vanitas

Vanitas is much tougher this go around but luckily you have Mickey helping you out. Though Mickey isn’t particularly useful in dealing damage, he does provide Aqua time to get in large combos like Aerial Slam, Time Splicer, or a Sonic Blade. Mine abilities work wonders like last time, but the Shadow Dive is also back and remains the primary threat in the fight. Shotlocks should only be executed when Vanitas is fighting with Mickey so that you don’t end up getting countered or take unnecessary damage. Vanitas has a new move that requires a length of charge up. Be sure to break his charge with a quick combo but remember to dodge once you do to avoid backlash.

Use Burst of Faith (left) at the beginning of the battle to take off a chunk of HP. Vanitas has a nasty sword dash (right) which he uses multiple times in a row so keep cartwheeling.


Prize Category Name
Item Xehanort's Report 7
Do not overwrite this save file. Instead start up a new one and save in a new block with a new character.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Platforms
    PS3, PS4
  • Genre
    Action Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    12 January 2015
  • Last Updated
    1 November 2019
  • Guide Author
    Greg Boccia

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