The Land of Departure
A majestic world in which generation after generation of Keyblade heroes have trained in hope that they’ll someday prove themselves worthy of being called a Master.
The newest prospects- Terra, Aqua and Ventus- study under Master Eraqus and call this world home. The Land of Departure holds many ancient secrets and rests on the border of the realms; it seems to be the gateway to many journeys.
Eraqus entrusts his pupils with the mission of searching the worlds to find the missing master Xehanort and to eradicate the realm of Light of the new creatures named “The Unversed.” From this academy he sends them into the Lanes Between.
Above twilight, this secretive tower perches and overflows
with magical energy.
The great sorcerer Yen Sid resides here, having retired from his days of Mastery, he now oversees the training of a mischievous king named Mickey.
The King, however, does not seem to always follow orders.
Inspired by: Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Xehanort’s trail starts here, in King Stefan’s legacy, this world has been waiting sixteen long years for the return of its precious princess, Aurora, whose heart of pure light ignited the wrath of the vindictive witch, Maleficent.
The three good fairies that protect the world tried to hide the princess all this time, but Maleficent’s vengeance caught up with them.
Aurora now sleeps with the rest of her kingdom, and only true love’s kiss can break the curse but Maleficent has one more trick up her sleeve.
Castle of Dreams
Inspired by: Cinderella (1950)
Shod in rags, the pure-hearted Cinderella tries to maintain the chateau her father left behind, now fallen to disrepair due to her wicked stepmother and stepsisters.
Despite the efforts to bring her down, Cinderella gains strength from her friendship of the house animals, and by believing in her dream of happiness.
A royal decree has summoned every eligible maiden to the castle in honor of the prince, Cinderella’s hopes are tied to this ball but it won’t be easy getting there when her family is conspiring against it.
Inspired by: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
A charming kingdom ruled by a cruel and narcissistic queen, calmly nestled by meadows and cavernous mines.
The Queen has power over an omnipotent mirror that tells her of the beauty, goodness, and purity of her own stepdaughter, the princess Snow White.
The Queen’s fury drives Snow White to flee for her life, but in her escape she finds shelter in the home of seven dwarfs that guard her from the jealousy of the Queen. But is friendship enough?
Inspired by: Hercules (1997)
High on Mount Olympus, heroes come from all corners of the world to compete in the legendary tournaments, hoping to be recognized as a hero. Now, a new candidate aspires to enter the ring.
Hercules, son of the king of the gods, is training hard to regain his godhood so he might rejoin his father in the skies. Hades, Lord of the Dead, foresees Hercules as a threat in his plans to overthrow Olympus and has been working to stop him before he becomes too powerful.
This time he views the coliseum as the perfect venue for Herc’s last showdown against his newest prospect: the junior warrior Zach Fair.
Inspired by: Lilo & Stitch (2002)
The Galactic Federation oversees the worlds, and prevents unwanted intrusions from terrorizing the cosmos.
Their largest holding ships plays host to the self-proclaimed evil genius Doctor Jumba Jookiba, who has spend the better part of his life performing illegal genetic experiments-his latest endeavor, Experiment 626, has been activated and is now loose on the ship.
This threat mixed with the new invasion of Unversed leaves the Grand Councilwoman of the federation in need of help, and the mammoth Captain Gantu seems a little too desperate for acknowledgement.
Inspired by: Peter Pan (1953)
The second star to the right and straight on till morning, Neverland is an island so small that it is bursting with adventure.
Peter Pan and his crew of lost boys fly around this world endlessly, never growing a day older while they tirelessly torture the malevolent pirate, Captain Hook.
Hook and Peter have had their disagreements before in the past, leaving him shy one hand and to avenge his loss he is ever-plotting revenge and guarding his newest find: a chest full of treasure. To ensure its safety, Hook sets his sights on Peter’s pixie friend, Tinker Bell.
The trio are given a free lifetime pass to the most thrilling and entertaining celebration amongst the stars.
The annual Dream Festival has begun, and this year it’s overseen by Queen Minnie who rules over the citizens of the town in King Mickey’s absence.
The fun seems to never end, but the happiness of the kingdom is threatened when the Unversed come to play.
A world cast in the brilliance of the realm of light, marveled by all who see it. Ansem the Wise governs the people of this land kindly and with an abundance of knowledge, but even a pillar of light isn’t safe from the threat of the Unversed.
Terra, Ven and Aqua find their respective ways to this world at the same time, happily reunited, but soon leave distrustful and shaken.
A world full of holographic enemies, just perfect for Keyblade training. You can battle with friends here, or alone as you face great fights suited for only the strongest of heroes.
A barren desert wasteland, filled with lifeless keys once ripe for fighting. This world’s empty echoes tell the tale of the Keyblade War, a confrontation that nearly destroyed everything.
All signs point to this world being the answer to Xehanort’s disappearance, the lifeless canyons seem to hold the key to the ancient mysterious past, and to the future of all worlds.