Kingdom Hearts

The immense world-building RPG video game Kingdom Hearts by Square Enix has ruled the hearts of its fans for over twenty years. Kingdom Hearts provides players with a plethora of lovable characters, unique gameplay options, and the freedom to explore various worlds familiar to Walt Disney movie fans. The series has released thirteen games featuring exciting challenges for players to experience and overcome to advance through the levels.

The poignant Kingdom Hearts game storyline follows the journey of three friends, Sora, Kairi, and Riku, who are separated from each other as their world is consumed by darkness and overrun by monsters called the Heartless. To save his friends and their world, Sora travels through different worlds and teams up with characters from Square Enix’s other popular franchises, like Final Fantasy and Einhander, as well as Disney’s superstars, including Donald Duck, Goofy, and Mickey Mouse, to fight against their enemies. Sora also traverses through many worlds, some original to the Kingdom Hearts game and some already familiar to the players as nostalgic locations from Disney cartoons, like Aladin’s Agrabah or the majestic Olympus Coliseum from Hercules.

The Kingdom Hearts protagonists wield unique swords called keyblades to fight the ferocious Heatless. These beautiful swords are the perfect collectables for game fans. These swords feature unique key-shaped hilts and blades, making them instantly identifiable and memorable pieces of art.

The most sought-after swords in the series, including the Oblivion Keyblade, the Oathkeeper Keyblade, and the Halloween Keyblade, are available as collectables. Forged from both metal and cosplay foam, these keyblades are integral for any Kingdom Heart's costume or themed display.

All keyblades and swords bought from Otakuninjahero feature the exact details and vibrant hues of their original counterparts, and are equipped with dulled edges for safe handling.

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