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 Ansem's Guide to Nobodies

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PostSubject: Ansem's Guide to Nobodies   Thu Dec 25, 2008 12:08 am

The Assassin is a Nobody from Kingdom Hearts II. It is first found in the 6th day of Twilight Town. Assassins usually move slowly and within the ground, much like Shadows do. They will jump out of the ground or flail their arms to attack. The reaction command, Fail-Safe, allows Sora to grab one of the Assassin's arms and plunge the Assassin into the ground before it explodes. It seems Axel mostly controls these Nobodies as well as Dusks. The self-destruct attack used by Assassins could be a reference to Axel's death, as Axel also sacrificed himself in battle. It may also be a reference to the Dark Knight Job in Final Fantasy, which used self-destruct attacks as well.

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The Berserker is a Nobody enemy in Kingdom Hearts II and first appears in Twilight Town when Sora attempts to meet Kairi. The Berserker is very bulky and wields giant claymore-like hammers (bearing much resemblance to the weapon of their master Saïx) which it uses to attack and defend. It is the biggest of the lesser Nobodies, and is very powerful. Berserkers are controlled by Saïx, with whom they bear a resemblance in various ways. However, they bear little resemblance to the Berserker Job in Final Fantasy.

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The Creeper is the weakest of all Nobodies. They can change their shape into various forms, including a shield, spear, mask and sword. They tend to appear in high numbers, and usually accompany Dusks. When they first appear they don't have the head point or front legs, and are hard to discern whether they have a definite shape. Instead, they copy Dragoons by curling up into a ball shape and disappearing, then coming down on top of you and giving you damage. They are known to come in large groups in The World That Never Was. Being the weakest Nobody, it's possible that it is the remnants of those that have become a Shadow or Bit Sniper.

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Dancers are of average height, wearing a pink beanie cap, with a loose ponytail-like ribbon, and a black chest plate. The arms, waist, and sides are left uncovered, with bell-bottom pants with the Nobody symbol covering the legs. Two black wristbands and pointed, black high-heeled boots finish its outfit. This is unusual, since most (non-humanoid) Nobodies are colored in greyscale. Dancers also are usually seen with an eerie simile. Dancers are one of the few enemies in the series that have an explicitly female appearance.

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The Dragoon is a Nobody that mostly appear in Beast's Castle. It is controlled by Xaldin. The Dragoon is very spiky, and wields lances. Though most Nobodies are white, it is mostly purple. Dragoons and their master are, technically, the Kingdom Hearts homage to the Dragoon/Dragon Knight character class of the original Final Fantasy series due to their usage of spears, being dragon-themed (the Nobodies themselves appear as humanoid dragons and Xaldin's spears are dragon-shaped as is his strongest attack) and that they use the Jump ability, the job's signature ability. The fact that these Nobodies, plus Xaldin's spears, are purple also stems from the fact that the standard Final Fantasy Dragoon wears purple or dark blue dragon armor or clothing.

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The Dusk is the most common of Nobodies, and the second weakest (next to Creeper). Dusks can be thrown off guard with a Reversal reaction command. Dusks are usually teamed up with a Creeper or some other sort of Nobody. They are first seen in Twilight Town.

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The Gambler is an enemy from Kingdom Hearts II. The Gambler is a wobbly, surrealistic Nobody loyal to Luxord. It battles using dice, cards, and its sharp shoes and head.

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The Samurai is a Nobody controlled by Roxas in Kingdom Hearts II. It is proficient with its swords, and difficult to defeat. It first appeared in Hollow Bastion, during the first visit when Sora has to fight the Nobodies after meeting Yuffie.

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Snipers are Nobodies controlled by Xigbar. Snipers wield a crossbow and possess the same abilty as Xigbar to float and teleport. Snipers are found in the Land of Dragons (where they are used as a distraction by Xigbar) and The World that Never Was.

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The Sorcerer is an enemy in Kingdom Hearts II who appears in The World That Never Was. It is considered the strongest of the lesser Nobodies because of their strong magical fields that can project and the fact they are resistant to magic. It is controlled by Xemnas, using blocks of energy in various ways, such as a shield, much like Xemnas did in Sora's first battle with him at Memory's Skyscraper.

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The Twilight Thorn is a boss from Kingdom Hearts II. The Twilight Thorn is a giant Nobody that attacks with lightning-like thorns, and shares properties with other deformed Nobodies: it can stretch and contort its body and possesses remarkable maneuverability. Only one appears, in Kingdom Hearts II, when Roxas goes to the Station of Awakening. It is interesting to note that when Roxas senses a presence and turns around to see who it is, he sees a person wearing an Organization cloak, just before it turns into the Twilight Thorn. It would make sense that the figure it Roxas, just as Sora turned around to see his shadow become Darkside. The Twilight Thorn battle shares many notable similarities with Darkside, a gigantic humanoid Heartless. Both prominently appear in Roxas and Sora's awakenings, respectively, and are the first bosses of the game. They also seem to share close connections with Roxas and Sora (again, respectively): the Twilight Thorn appears as Roxas' former self, while Darkside is born from Sora's shadow. The two are also both able to summon lesser Heartless/Nobodies to attack. They are both fought in the same area, Dive to the Heart. At the same time, the two creatures share key differences, being a Nobody and a Heartless. Darkside has wild, unkempt tendrils that covers its face save for two yellow eyes, while the Twilight Thorn has wild blue scarves around its neck, and lacks a face of its own. Note: The Twilight Thorn is not registered in Jiminy's journal until you enter the Simulated Twilight Town. This is strange because Sora doesn't meet the Twilight Thorn. However, this may be Roxas's memory of his own Awakening instead. Twilight Thorn may be the Nobody of a person that turns into a Darkside.

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