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Disney Castle
(ディズニーキャッスル)

Disney Castle KH

Disney Castle Logo KH

Disney Castle KHII

Disney Castle Logo KHII

Kana/Kanji ディズニーキャッスル
Romaji Dizunī Kyassuru
French Château Disney
German Schloss Disney
Spanish Castillo Disney
Games Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts II
Kingdom Hearts coded
Gallery for Disney Castle

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Disney Town
(ディズニータウン)

Disney Town KHBBS

Disney Town Logo KHBBS

Kana/Kanji ディズニータウン
Romaji Dizunī Taun
French Disneyville
German Disney Town
Spanish Ciudad Disney
Games Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

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Timeless River
(タイムレス・リバー)

Timeless River KHII

Timeless River Logo KHII

Kana/Kanji タイムレス・リバー
Romaji Taimuresu Ribā
French Rivière Intemporelle
German Fluss der Nostalgie
Spanish Río Eterno
Games Kingdom Hearts II

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Disney Castle is a world that appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts coded, and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. It is the home of King Mickey, Queen Minnie, Daisy, Donald, Goofy, and the other classic animated characters created by Walt Disney.

Disney Town is a town surrounding Disney Castle that appears in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Chip and Dale, Horace Horsecollar, Daisy Duck, Pluto, and a transformed Pete by the names of Captain Justice and Captain Dark reside there, during the event of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. The town contains a multitude of mini-games: a racing game called Rumble Racing, a rhythm game called Ice Cream Beat, where the player will have to stack ice cream to a beat, and a ball game called Fruitball, where the player shoots balls shaped like fruits towards a goal.

Timeless River, entered through a door in the Hall of the Cornerstone at Disney Castle, Timeless River is an area back in time to when the world was still monochrome and the Castle had not been built. It is largely based on the 1928 short Steamboat Willie, as well as many other classic Disney shorts. Mono (single channel) sound is used in this world, reminiscent of the original short films.

As such, Disney Castle is considered to represent Disney's short films and cartoons, although that role would later be shared with Timeless River. Disney Castle's design is derived from the real-world Magic Kingdom, which is in turn based upon "Cinderella Castle".

Disney Castle first appeared during the opening and closing scenes of Kingdom Hearts. It was unplayable, although visible throughout the game on the Gummi Map screen to the left of Traverse Town.

In Kingdom Hearts II, Disney Castle took on a more active role when the barrier protecting Disney Castle, the Cornerstone of Light, was corrupted by Maleficent and the world was invaded by the Heartless. This brought Disney Castle's attention to Sora and his friends, who rescued the castle with the help of Queen Minnie and the inhabitants of Timeless River.

Disney Castle later appears in Kingdom Hearts coded, where Mickey and Jiminy discover a message in his journal that says "We must free them from their torment" and create a data version of Sora.

Setting

Disney Castle

Disney Castle- Audience Chamber (Art) KH

The Audience Chamber.

Though Disney Castle shows the palace and a little town on the World Map, exploration is limited to only within the castle, in almost all places that had been seen in the first game. King Mickey and Queen Minnie and other members of the royal organization hold meetings in the Audience Chamber. Hidden below Mickey's throne is another room called the Hall of the Cornerstone where the Cornerstone of Light is kept safe.

Below the castle is the Gummi Hangar, a room for storing and maintaining the Gummi Ship, controlled by Chip and Dale. This room is accessed by entering a castle-like arrangement of foliage in the courtyard. Sora and his party later enter Disney Castle through this room when they visit in Kingdom Hearts II.

Other places to be explored include the Library, where Donald, Queen Minnie, Daisy, and Goofy first read the letter from King Mickey about the danger of the universe. Minnie, Daisy and a broom servant can also be seen here anytime after you save the castle from Maleficent after returning from Timeless River.

The Courtyard is the place where Donald catches Goofy napping, and where Queen Minnie and Daisy ask Donald to explain things in the beginning of Kingdom Hearts. The Colonnade in the castle connects the Courtyard to the rest of the castle. A town can also be seen on the world image of the castle on the world map. This town is where Horace Horsecollar and probably Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck are living in after the Castle is built. Also seen on the world image on the first game is a well, a triumphal arch that has a trifoil, and a dark building that is in the shape of the trademark Crown symbol.

A pathway can also be seen when Donald rushes to tell Goofy about the King's disappearance in the first game. However, this pathway was deleted in Kingdom Hearts II.

Timeless River

Building Site

The Building Site in Timeless River.

Sora and his party enter the Timeless River on Cornerstone Hill, where they find the Cornerstone of Light unprotected but still safe. Signs around the area announce the impending construction of Disney Castle, and Clara Cluck, Clarabelle Cow, and Horace Horsecollar are around to chat with, as is a Moogle shop.
Lilliput

The toy cannon in the center of Lilliput.



Heading to the right leads to the Pier, where the party meets up with young Pete for the first time and beats him into a pulp. Continuing on the other path will take the party to the Waterway, site of the battle with modern Pete for the Steamboat Willie, and the Wharf, where young Pete and Sora's group begin the final boss battle with Pete to finish Timeless River.
Scene of the Fire

The Scene of the Fire.


Also of note on Cornerstone Hill are four Windows to the Past that eventually open as the story progresses; each of these leads to a new area based on a classic Disney short film. From left to right, the windows are:

Mickey's House

The vortex in Mickey's House.

  • The Building Site, a construction site with a rickety platform and based on the 1933 short Building a Building.
  • Lilliput, a tiny town with a big cannon that can be activated by jumping on it. It is from the 1934 short Gulliver Mickey.
  • The Scene of the Fire, a big building with fierce flames that was inspired by the 1930 short The Fire Fighters and the 1935 short Mickey's Fire Brigade.
  • Mickey's House, which shows the inside of Mickey's House, decorated for Christmas, from the 1931 short Mickey's Orphans.

During the original visit to the Timeless River, the world's battle level is 19. Later on, the battle level becomes 34, although no new story content is added.

Story

Disney Castle

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

While Disney Castle does not actually appear in the storyline, it is seen in the background of Disney Town and is featured as a racing circuit in the North American, European and Final Mix releases of the game.

Kingdom Hearts

This world is only seen in cutscenes while Sora is at the Destiny Islands, when Donald gets a letter from King Mickey with Pluto and is ordered by Queen Minnie to find the "Key" and the King. Jiminy Cricket is assigned by the Queen to become their royal chronicler.

Pluto jumps on the Gummi Ship to follow them. Donald and Goofy begin their journey from here on. The world appears on the Gummi Ship map near Traverse Town, but is not accessible. In the ending credits, Huey, Dewey, and Louie return to Disney Castle after the order of the worlds is restored.

Kingdom Hearts II

When Pete and Maleficent mess with the Cornerstone of Light and try to take over the castle by going back to the past to alter the present, Sora visits the castle for the first time, where he protects Queen Minnie, and eventually goes to Timeless River, a past version of Disney Castle before it was built, with Donald and Goofy to stop Pete from destroying the Cornerstone. The Keyblade Graveyard, where Sora fights the Lingering Will, is also accessible via the Hall of the Cornerstone in Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix.

In the ending credits, Donald, Goofy, Uncle Scrooge, Pluto, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and King Mickey all return to Disney Castle after their battle against Organization XIII.

Kingdom Hearts coded

This is where the story of Kingdom Hearts coded begins, with Jiminy Cricket re-organizing his journal when he finds a mysterious message which was later digitized by King Mickey to create a Sora out of data in hopes of discovering when the entry was added by reliving the moment.

In episode four, King Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Jiminy and Pete are sucked into the data world of Disney Castle and in the real Disney Castle, Chip and Dale are trying to contact them. At the end of the game, when the data world is completely debugged and erased, they are sent back to the real Disney Castle, where King Mickey writes a letter to the real Sora about his findings (Terra, Aqua and Ven) and sends it to him in a bottle.

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

Minnie is taken hostage by Maleficent, who sends a letter and her crown to the Mysterious Tower to bring King Mickey back. Once everyone is assembled, Maleficent explains her past encounter with Master Xehanort and how she learned of the worlds and Kingdom Hearts from him. She know seeks the obtain the Datascape from her previous encounter with Mickey to aid her plans for universal domination. Though unwilling to do such an act, Mickey tries to buy time to think of a plan to rescue Minnie. Seeing that Mickey is unwilling to give her the Data Worlds willingly, Maleficent sends a blast of magic at him, Donald and Goofy. However, a dark corridor opens and one of Lea's Chakram blocks the blast while the other strikes Pete. Taking the opportunity to get away, Minnie uses her Light powers to free herself from Pete and Maleficent and heads over to her friends. Knowing that she cannot win, Maleficent leaves with Pete. Mickey turns to face Lea, thanking him and calling him Axel. However, Lea corrects him and introduces himself.

Disney Town

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

"Oh yeah, I got you these tickets—lifetime passes to Disney Town. He said to— he said to take two grown-ups."
Ventus while giving Disney Town passports to Terra and Aqua

At this time, a festival called the "Dream Festival" is being held by Queen Minnie. Many events are held at this festival, and whoever gains the most popularity votes becomes awarded with the Million Dreams Award.

After being handed a Disney Town Passport, Terra stops by at Disney Town. Just then, he sees a group of Unversed on the racing course of "Rumble Racing". He attempts to go after them only to almost be run over by Pete in his vehicle, posing as "Captain Dark". Luckily, Queen Minnie alerts Terra just in time for him to avoid it. The queen, Chip and Dale suggest to him to participate in the race as a means to stop the Unversed without breaking the rules.

Participating in the race allows Terra to discover that he may not need to give in to the darkness in order to achieve his goals, that following the rules may give him the same accomplishment. He also receives votes from Chip and Dale.

If Terra receives the Million Dreams Award, he is presented the "Rockin' Crunch Ice Cream".

Ventus is immediately greeted by Pete, posing as Captain Justice. He tells him of the Dream Festival, and then becomes distracted by Huey, Dewey, and Louie, who are trying unsuccessfully to make ice-cream with a machine left by Scrooge McDuck. After Pete's multiple failed attempts to fix it, Ven offers to try. After a few keystrokes, he finally sets it right.

If Ven receives the Million Dreams Award, he is presented with the "Double Crunch Ice Cream".

Aqua is greeted by Pete posing as Captain Justice, just as she arrives in town. Horace Horsecollar comes yelling for help after the Unversed infest the "Fruitball" Area. Aqua volunteers to help after Pete runs away in fear of battling monsters. After she defeats the Unversed, Minnie appears to thank her. Horace introduces her as the queen and Aqua bows to show her respect, but she tells her to not be so formal. After Queen Minnie explains the Dream Festival and how Pete has been attempting to win others' votes, Horace votes Aqua as his hero. At the end of the festival Aqua wins the Million dreams Award and is presented with the "Royalberry Ice Cream".

While Aqua is accepting her award Pete rushes on stage claiming that he should be the winner. Queen Minnie gets angry and banishes him to another dimension. Maleficent's voice can be heard offering to help him escape if he will become her ally, he agrees and is seen walking through a portal she created.

At the end of the game Huey, Dewey, and Louie are competing in a Race in the Rumble Race course where Huey is the victor. Observing them is Queen Minnie, Pluto, Horace Horsecollar, Chip, and Dale.

Timeless River

Kingdom Hearts II

Arriving in a spectacular fashion, Sora, Donald, and Goofy work out that they have gone back to a place in time before Disney Castle was built, where the unprotected Cornerstone sits on a quiet hill. Before they can get much farther in the world, Pete in his old form belligerently runs past them. They chase him down and accuse him of trying to do something with the Cornerstone, but after a fight, the three realize they have just beaten on the wrong Pete.

They return to the Hill and spot Heartless jumping into the four windows from the past. They also find a fifth window, which shows how the present Pete's desire to return to his simpler life as a steamboat captain created a door into the past in the first place. The party then leaps into each window, fighting off the Heartless there and discovering new windows that detail Maleficent's plan to take advantage of her lackey's porthole to the past to weaken the defenses of the present Disney Castle.

Upon exiting the last window, the party is aghast to find the Cornerstone missing. They manage to catch up with it at the Pier, in the possession of present Pete, who has also taken the past Pete's beloved Steamboat Willie to transport it. Sora and his party manage to defeat Pete and retake both the Cornerstone and the steamboat. They return the Cornerstone to the hill, and then catch up with Captain Pete at the Wharf, where he joins the party in a battle against the present Pete to expel him from Timeless River for good.

Present Pete is soundly thrashed and is sent fleeing back to Maleficent; Sora locks his door into Timeless River so he cannot return. The Cornerstone and the present Disney Castle safe at last, the three are offered a reward by Captain Pete: a chance to pilot his beloved steamboat. After all, that pesky cabin boy never showed up for work, anyway....

Characters

Disney Castle

KH1 icon Name Journal Entry
King Mickey KHREC
Mickey Mouse (ミッキーマウス Mikkī Mausu?)
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King of Disney Castle. He set out to learn more about the darkness, and left instructions for Donald and Goofy to find and follow the key bearer. No one knows where King Mickey is now, but they are determined to find him.


He made his debut in "Steamboat Willie" (1928).

Queen Minnie BBS
Minnie Mouse (ミニーマウス Minī Mausu?)
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Queen of Disney Castle, ruling in Mickey's absence. I, Jiminy Cricket, am accompanying Donald and Goofy as the royal chronicler at her request. Queen Minnie is more concerned than anyone about the king's disappearance.


Minnie made her screen debut in "Steamboat Willie" (1928).

Donald Duck KHREC
Donald Duck (ドナルドダック Donarudo Dakku?)
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Royal magician. Skilled in magic, but short-tempered and stubborn. Because Mickey said to follow the key bearer, he once left Sora to follow Riku. But friendship soon led him back to Sora.


Donald made his screen debut in "The Wise Little Hen" (1934).

Goofy KHREC
Goofy (グーフィー Gūfī?)
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Captain of the royal knights. He avoids fighting whenever possible. Mickey's most loyal subject. Because Mickey said to follow the key bearer, he once left Sora to follow Riku. But friendship soon led him back to Sora.


Goofy made his first screen appearance in "Mickey's Revue" (1932).

Pluto
Pluto (プルート Purūto?)
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Mickey's faithful dog. Pluto is more than a pet. He and Mickey are bound by strong ties of loyalty. Pluto set out with the others to find his master. Will that famous nose of his lead him to Mickey?


Pluto originally appeared in "The Chain Gang" (1930).

Daisy Duck KH
Daisy Duck (デイジーダック Deijī Dakku?)
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Donald's sweetheart. She's helping Minnie while the others look for King Mickey. She has Donald under her thumb, and does a good job of keeping him in line.


She originally appeared as Daisy in "Mr. Duck Steps Out" (1940).

Chip
Chip (チップ Chippu?)
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One of the kingdom's specialists. Helps maintain the gummi ship, which can travel to any destination. Chip is more serious and diligent than his easygoing, playful partner, Dale.


Chip 'n' Dale's first appearance was in "Private Pluto" (1943).

Dale
Dale (デール Dēru?)
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One of the kingdom's specialists. Helps maintain the gummi ship, which can travel to any destination. Compared to the more serious Chip, he takes a happy-go-lucky approach to life.


Chip 'n' Dale's first appearance was in "Private Pluto" (1943).

Jiminy Cricket KH3D
Jiminy Cricket (ジミニー・クリケット Jiminī Kuriketto?)
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That's me! The cricket who keeps Pinocchio to the straight and narrow. I'm along on the quest as the royal chronicler.


Look for me in "Pinocchio" (1940).

Magic Broom KH3D
Magic Broom (ほうきの召使い Hōki?)
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Enchanted brooms with a life of their own. They tidy up, maintain the gummi ship, do house repairs, wait on others--just about anything useful.


They swept onto the screen in "Fantasia" (1940).

KH2 icon Name Journal Entry
Queen Minnie BBS
Minnie Mouse (ミニーマウス Minī Mausu?)
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Plane Crazy (1928)


Queen of Disney Castle.


She is ruling in Mickey's absence. At her request, I'm tagging along with Donald and Goofy as the Royal Chronicler.


Queen Minnie is quite concerned about the King, but she knows in her heart that he'll be all right.

Daisy Duck KH
Daisy Duck (デイジーダック Deijī Dakku?)
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Don Donald (1937)


A lady-in-waiting to Queen Minnie at Disney Castle and Donald's girlfriend.


She's helping Queen Minnie run the castle while the others are away.

Pluto
Pluto (プルート Purūto?)
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The Chain Gang (1930)


The King's faithful dog. But Pluto's more than a pet. He and King Mickey are bound together by the strongest ties there are: friendship and loyalty. When the King disappeared, Pluto set out with the others to find his master.


I hope that famous nose of his will lead him to the King.

Chip
Chip (チップ Chippu?)
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One of the engineers working at Disney Castle. Dale is his little brother. On Sora's previous journeys, they were in charge of the Gummi Ship, a flying machine which allowed Sora and friends to freely travel between worlds.


He and Dale look a lot alike, but you can tell the pair apart by their nose colors and the shape of their front teeth.

Dale
Dale (デール Dēru?)
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One of the engineers working at Disney castle. Chip is his older brother. They are superb technicians, and now they have put on their system admin hats to digitize the journal and find out what's happening inside.


He and Chip are sometimes hard to tell apart, but their nose colors and the shape of their front teeth are a dead giveaway.

Pete
Pete (ピート Pīto?)
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A troublemaker who once lived in the same world as King Mickey, Donald, and friends. But after mouthing off and getting temporarily banished, Pete was approached by Maleficent and became her loyal servant.


The datascape isn't the first place he has meddled with, but now that he's wandered in, he is hoping this will be his ticket to ruling a world or two.

Magic Broom KH3D
Magic Broom (ほうきの召使い Hōki?)
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The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1940)


King Mickey cast a spell on these brooms and turned them into hard workers. They clean and help maintain the Gummi Ship, and do just about any other necessary work.

KHREC icon Name Journal Entry
King Mickey KHREC
Mickey Mouse (ミッキーマウス Mikkī Mausu?)
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The king of Disney Castle. Just like Sora, he wields a Keyblade. In the past, he traveled from world to world to watch over Sora, Donald, and the others, and guide them in their journey to save all worlds from the forces of darkness.


Once the crisis was averted, Mickey returned to Disney Castle to live a peaceful life with his friends there.

Donald Duck KHREC
Donald Duck (ドナルドダック Donarudo Dakku?)
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A magician in the service of King Mickey. While full of vim and vigor, his short temper sometimes gets him into hot water. Donald met the real Sora while on a journey to find Mickey; during the course of their travels they became fast friends.


After reuniting with Mickey and fighting off the hordes of darkness, Donald returned to Disney Castle to enjoy a bit of peace.

Goofy KHREC
Goofy (グーフィー Gūfī?)
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The laid-back captain of King Mickey's royal knights. While a bit of a softy, Goofy lacks nothing for courage.


He and Donald met the real Sora after leaving Disney Castle to search for Mickey, who had gone missing. Together, they overcame countless dangers and forged a one-of-a-kind friendship.

Louie BSS
Louie (ルーイ Rūi?)
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One of Donald's three nephews. Not sure which one is Louie? Keep an eye out for the green clothes.


Louie is the most laid back of the three — but if you ask Cid, who looks after them, that's not saying much.

Jiminy Cricket KH3D
Jiminy Cricket (ジミニー・クリケット Jiminī Kuriketto?)
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The cricket in charge of jotting down everything that goes on in Disney Castle. He also joined Sora on his adventures and kept a record of them in two journals.


One of those books was almost completely erased (it's a long story). And when a mysterious message appeared in that same book, out of nowhere... Well, that's how this latest adventure began.

Riku Journal
Data-Riku (データ・リク Dēta Riku?)
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An entity that looks just like Sora's friend Riku. He is, however, not the real deal.


Data-Riku was chosen as a sort of ark to keep all the collective data within Jiminy's journal safe from bugs; in a way, he IS the journal now. But even he could not explain the cause of the bugs, so, after adopting Riku's appearance, he "imported" Mickey and friends to help solve the mystery.

KH3D icon Name Journal Entry
King Mickey KHREC
Mickey Mouse (ミッキーマウス Mikkī Mausu?)
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Unknown at the time

Queen Minnie BBS
Minnie Mouse (ミニーマウス Minī Mausu?)
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Unknown at the time

Donald Duck KHREC
Donald Duck (ドナルドダック Donarudo Dakku?)
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Unknown at the time

Goofy KHREC
Goofy (グーフィー Gūfī?)
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Unknown at the time

Pete
Pete (ピート Pīto?)
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Unknown at the time

Disney Town

BBS icon Name Journal Entry
Scrooge
Scrooge (スクルージ Sukurūji?)
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Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967)


An entrepreneur and shop owner from Disney Town. Hoping to take his already massive fortunes to cosmic levels, he moved to Radiant Garden with Merlin's help.


The lifetime passes to Disney Town were a gift from Scrooge.


Scrooge and Aqua got their wires crossed when she asked for help. She was looking for Terra, but he assumed she meant Ventus and sent her in the wrong direction.

Huey
Huey (ヒューイ Hyūi?)
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Donald's Nephews (1938)


One of Donald's triplet nephews.


He calls the shots at the ice cream shop he runs with Dewey and Louie.


They're trying to save up for a big adventure. Step one: thinking up hit ice cream flavors no one's ever tasted before!

Dewey
Dewey (デューイ Dyūi?)
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Donald's Nephews (1938)


One of Donald's triplet nephews.


They're trying to save up for a big adventure. It was Dewey's idea to combine rhythm and ice cream to attract customers.

Louie
Louie (ルーイ Rūi?)
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Donald's Nephews (1938)


One of Donald's triplet nephews.


He helps out in his own easygoing way at the ice cream shop.


They're trying to save up for a big adventure.

Horace Horsecollar
Horace Horsecollar (ホーレス・ホースカラー Hōresu Hōsukarā?)
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The Plowboy (1929)


The fellow in charge of Fruitball.


His job has gotten a lot harder since the Unversed showed up.


He was a local fixture before Disney Castle was even built, and has known King Mickey and Queen Minnie for ages.

Queen Minnie BBS
Queen Minnie (ミニー王妃 Minī Ōhi?)
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Mickey's Surprise Party (1939)


Queen of Disney Castle, who reigns over the kingdom while King Mickey is away training.


Right now, she is busy putting together the annual Disney Town Dream Festival, but Pete's hijinks aren't making the job any easier.

Chip
Chip (チップ Chippu?)
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Private Pluto (1943)


One of Disney Castle's engineers.


He and his younger brother Dale put a lot of work into building a racetrack for the whole town to enjoy, and now the Unversed and Pete's antics are ruining all the fun. Chip is none too pleased.

Dale
Dale (デール Dēru?)
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Private Pluto (1943)


One of Disney Castle's engineers.


He and his older brother Chip just got through building a racetrack for everyone to enjoy. But now, the Unversed and Pete are messing everything up, and it's really rattling Dale's cage.

Daisy 01
Daisy Duck (デイジーダック Deijī Dakku?)
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No entry

Pluto KHII
Pluto (プルート Purūto?)
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The Chain Gang (1930)


King Mickey's trusty dog. While the King is away, Pluto helps Queen Minnie and Daisy hold down the fort.


Well, at least he thinks he's helping.

Magic Broom KH3D
Magic Broom (ほうきの召使い Hōki?)
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No entry

Timeless River

KH2 icon Name Journal Entry
Retro Mickey
Mickey Mouse (ミッキーマウス Mikkī Mausu?)
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Steamboat Willie (1928)


It's King Mickey, but back when he was working on Pete's steamboat.


One thing sure hasn't changed—His Majesty was just as brave back then as he is now.

PeteTR
Pete (ピート Pīto?)
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Steamboat Willie (1928)


Captain of a river steamboat. He's Pete, but from the past. A long time ago, King Mickey started out working for Pete on his boat.


Somehow, Pete's managed to get his boat stolen by himself -- that is, by the Pete from the future!

Retro Horace
Horace Horsecollar (ホーレス・ホースカラー Hōresu Hōsukarā?)
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The Plowboy (1929)


An old friend of King Mickey, Queen Minnie, and the other folks at Disney Castle. Horace wouldn't be Horace without his big plow collar. He's also close friends with Clarabelle Cow.

Retro Clarabelle
Clarabelle Cow (クララベル・カウ Kuraraberu Kau?)
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The Plowboy (1929)


An old friend of King Mickey, Queen Minnie, and the other folks at Disney Castle. Clarabelle is also close friends with Horace Horsecollar. She loves any kind of gossip.

Retro Clara
Clara Cluck (クララ・クラック Kurara Kurakku?)
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Orphan's Benefit (1934)


A famous opera-singing hen. Clara's an old friend of King Mickey, Queen Minnie, and the other folks at Disney Castle.

Character Design

Disney Town

In Disney Town, Pete dresses up as Captain Justice and Captain Dark in a plot to win the Million Dreams Award.

Timeless River

In Timeless River, Sora, Donald, and Goofy, are converted into black and white versions based on their original appearances. Sora appears in his original outfit from Kingdom Hearts, and is done in an anime-style similar to Osamu Tezuka. Donald's appearance goes back to his 1934 debut in The Wise Little Hen, and Goofy resembles his original 1932 appearance (though a lot younger here) in Mickey's Revue. Although the modern version of Pete appears in this world as the final boss, the only change to his appearance is that he becomes black and white.

Enemies

Disney Castle

Heartless

Disney Town

Unversed

Timeless River

Heartless

Somebodies

Treasure List

Disney Castle

Type Items Found Locations Notes
Regular Hi-Potion Courtyard
Ether Courtyard
Power-Ups AP Boost Courtyard
Synthesis Mythril Shard x2 Courtyard
Mythril Stone Courtyard
Recipe Star Recipe Courtyard
Special Torn Page Library

Puzzle Pieces

Puzzle Pieces Found Locations Notes
Heart
#1
Courtyard Above the bonsai of the trumpet player.
#2
Courtyard On top of the entrance.
Two Sides
#3
Gummi Hangar Above the archway. Need LV3 High Jump.
#12
Courtyard Near the bonsai cutting of the trombone player is a tall hedge. Jump from the top of that hedge to get puzzle piece.
Dawn
#16
Colonnade Need LV2 High Jump, LV2 Aerial Dodge and attack.

Disney Town

Timeless River

Type Items Found Locations Notes
Regular Drive Recovery Cornerstone Hill
Hi-Potion x 2 Pier, Waterway
Power-Ups AP Boost Waterway
Synthesis Mythril Shard Pier
Mythril Stone Waterway
Maps Cornerstone Hill Map Cornerstone Hill

Puzzle Pieces

Puzzle Pieces Found Locations Notes
Heart
#8
Waterway Left end.
Two Sides
#9
Pier Above the tree upon entering. Need LV2 High Jump.
EDGE
#6
Pier On the Pier next to the river.

Trivia

  • Because Disney Castle is not based on any Disney movie, it is the only Disney-based world in the game that doesn't borrow anything from the productions. It is based plot-wise, only borrowing characters instead.
  • In the Audience Chamber, there are statues of Donald and Goofy in full regalia, or their ancestors, and in the Library, there are two portraits of Mickey's ancestors. The Audience Chamber also contains a sculpture resembling the Kingdom Hearts logo. On the desk in the library there is a photo of King Mickey and Queen Minnie in their normal Disney clothes. Furthermore, several of the hedges in the Courtyard are patterned after the band players from The Band Concert, one of them bearing a resemblance to Horace Horsecollar.
  • Disney Castle was shown as a playable world in an early trailer for Kingdom Hearts, but was removed from the finished game.
  • Even though the mini-game is called "Fruitball", a sign in Disney Town says "Fruit Scatter".
  • Timeless River is one of the few worlds in the game to have a change of day, as in the "Scene of the fire" area, it is clearly seen to be nighttime.
  • As a "world within a world", Timeless River cannot be accessed by Gummi Ship.

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