Kingdom Hearts Characters - Other Characters

Other Characters

A wide variety of Disney and Square Enix characters appear throughout the various Kingdom Hearts games. Some help the protagonists across multiple worlds, including Merlin, who is voiced by Jeff Bennett. Merlin is an eccentric wizard whom King Mickey asked to teach Sora magic. He lives in Radiant Garden during Birth by Sleep, and in Traverse Town with the Fairy Godmother during Kingdom Hearts. In Kingdom Hearts II, he goes to Hollow Bastion along with Leon and his group to help restore their old home. Dumbo, Bambi and Chicken Little, who is voiced by Zach Braff, all serve as summons. Other characters that provide assistance to both Sora and the Organization are the Moogles, well known for their roles in the Final Fantasy series.

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