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Sora and Riku's appearence in Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded and 3D?

Sora and Riku's appearence in Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded and 3D? Topic: Write letters in 3d
June 26, 2019 / By Ednah
Question: I have been searching up info and watching videos on Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded and Kingdom Hearts 3D. I am confused on how Sora and Riku look like. These two game's settings are after Kingdom Hearts 2 but they look like the Sora and Riku from Kingdom Hearts 1. I am extremely confused about this and I was wondering if anyone can explain to me why they look like that.
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Charla Charla | 1 day ago
Re:Coded actually takes place during Kingdom Hearts 2. After Sora and Riku defeat KH2's big bad, the credits roll. After the credits, there's a scene where Sora receives a letter. This scene actually takes place after the events of Re:Coded; Mickey writes that letter at the end of Re:Coded and sends it to Sora. In Re:Coded, Jimmeny's Journal gets digitised. You essentially play as Sora from KH1, through a data-corrupted version of KH1's adventures. That's why Sora and Riku in Re:Coded look younger than in KH2; it's not the same people, just a recording of them from when they were younger. As for KH3D, that takes place after Re:Coded. They are older than they were in KH2, as you'll see in some scenes, but when they travel to the sleeping worlds as part of their test, their ages revert to their Kingdom Hearts 1 forms. We don't really know why this is; one theory is that Yen Sid removes their skills they've picked up on their adventures so far so they have to relearn them under stress; symbolically turning them into their younger selves- before they ever used the Keyblade.
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Charla Originally Answered: Sora and Riku's appearence in Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded and 3D?
Re:Coded actually takes place during Kingdom Hearts 2. After Sora and Riku defeat KH2's big bad, the credits roll. After the credits, there's a scene where Sora receives a letter. This scene actually takes place after the events of Re:Coded; Mickey writes that letter at the end of Re:Coded and sends it to Sora. In Re:Coded, Jimmeny's Journal gets digitised. You essentially play as Sora from KH1, through a data-corrupted version of KH1's adventures. That's why Sora and Riku in Re:Coded look younger than in KH2; it's not the same people, just a recording of them from when they were younger. As for KH3D, that takes place after Re:Coded. They are older than they were in KH2, as you'll see in some scenes, but when they travel to the sleeping worlds as part of their test, their ages revert to their Kingdom Hearts 1 forms. We don't really know why this is; one theory is that Yen Sid removes their skills they've picked up on their adventures so far so they have to relearn them under stress; symbolically turning them into their younger selves- before they ever used the Keyblade.
Charla Originally Answered: Sora and Riku's appearence in Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded and 3D?
Coded takes place between KH1 and 2. As for 3D, they don't look like their KH1 versions, but I think more of a mix between 1 and 2.

Arden Arden
Coded takes place between KH1 and 2. As for 3D, they don't look like their KH1 versions, but I think more of a mix between 1 and 2.
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Arden Originally Answered: Kingdom hearts 2? why wont it let me synthesize?
Before making the Ultima Weapon, there are a few things you need to do. First of all, make sure you are at least Moogle Level 3. You can't make the Ultima Weapon without being able to use Serenity Materials. Second, in addition to the regular materials, you will need all of the games Orichalcum+s. Third, and most importantly, you will need the Ultima Recipe, which is found in the Mansion's Basement Corridor in Twilight Town. Orichalcum+ Locations - Chest in Twilight Town - In Sunset Terrace, ride the trolley to its easternmost point, and jump to the roof with the chest on it. - Chest in Space Paranoids - Central Computer Mesa. - Chest in The World that Never Was - At the Brink of Despair, find the semi-hidden ledge north of the save point. - Prize for completing the 100 Acre Wood. - Prize for completing Atlantica. - Prize for completing the Goddess of Fate Cup at the Olympus Coliseum. - Prize for handing in all 50 different types of Materials to a Moogle. Once you've gotten those, make sure that you have an Orichalcum, a Mythril Crystal, a Dense Crystal, a Twilight Crystal, a Serenity Crystal, and an Energy Crystal. If you have all that, you're ready to synthesize this powerful weapon.
Arden Originally Answered: Kingdom hearts 2? why wont it let me synthesize?
are you positive you have everything? Maybe its the level you on. LOL wait, if you have the stradegy guide book it should tell you. But if not, its probably just a glitch. I never got to synthesize yet. Im too lazy to collect all the items. Good luck! =] But I do remember having the same problem on kingdom hearts 1. Weird. =\

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