Endgame Attack Cards Guide for Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories:
Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories: Endgame Attack Cards

The final stretch of Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories has one final batch of Attack cards, several acquired automatically through progressing the story and a few with more random chances to acquire. 

Quick Tips for those aiming to complete their Keyblade collection:

  • Map Cards: You’ll want to have a reserve of Map cards stocked up for some late game grinding
  • Backtracking: Several endgame cards are found after the final bosses first form, but before you fight their final form.
  • Moogle Rooms: Buying card packs will make farming certain Attack cards much easier. 

Destiny Island: Oathkeeper

Meeting Naminé after defeating Darkside | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
Meeting Naminé after defeating Darkside

An iconic Keyblade from the end of Kingdom Hearts, representing Sora’s bond with Kairi and his intent to keep his promise to her, Oathkeeper is an Attack card given to you automatically after defeating Darkside on Destiny Islands, and (re?)uniting with Naminé.

Oathkeeper is reminiscent of Kairi’s Wayfinder charm | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
Oathkeeper is reminiscent of Kairi’s Wayfinder charm

As an Attack card, Oathkeeper boasts above average stats, as well as the highest Thrust in the game, making for a great inclusion in any Sleight-oriented deck.

StrikeB
Thrust
Combo FinishB+
Break Recovery B
Required CPC

Between Floors: Oblivion

You’ll fight “Riku” and Larxene in quick succession, with a chance to save between them (1) | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
You’ll fight “Riku” and Larxene in quick succession, with a chance to save between them (2) | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
You’ll fight “Riku” and Larxene in quick succession, with a chance to save between them.

After Destiny Islands, but before you reach the thirteenth and final floor, Castle Oblivion, you’ll be thrown into several boss encounters, first against the Replica Riku created by Vexen, then against Larxene, the Organization’s taunting blonde.

After the Larxene fight, you’ll be given an Attack card as a reward. This time, it’s Oblivion, another classic Keyblade, representing Sora’s strong relationship with Riku, and the strength that can come from accepting one’s darkness.

No relation to Castle Oblivion, presumably | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
No relation to Castle Oblivion, presumably

In terms of mechanics, Oblivion has the Neutral element, ignoring elemental resistances. On top of its unique element, this Attack card excels at Strike, Thrust, and Recovery.

StrikeA
ThrustA
Combo FinishD
Break Recovery A
Required CPC

Diamond Dust and One Winged Angel

The illusory Marluxia drops one of the strongest boss cards | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
The illusory Marluxia drops one of the strongest boss cards

After defeating Marluxia’s first form, which turns out to be a mirage, you’ll find yourself in a room with a save point. Your allies will be crowded around a door, through which is the final boss, as you are told by Donald.

The point of no return | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
The point of no return

However, there are a few final Attack cards you can pick up before you decide to finish things off with Marluxia, Diamond Dust and One Winged Angel. Though these cards can spawn on any floor, leaving Castle Oblivion means having to re-complete the floor when you return.

Roulette Rooms allow you to fill out your Map card roster much faster | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
Roulette Rooms allow you to fill out your Map card roster much faster

If you wish to stay on Castle Oblivion and keep your progress, it is recommended to create at least one Roulette Room, which will allow you to easily farm Map cards while on this floor. 

Moogle Rooms and Bounty Rooms both have a chance of giving you these rare Attack cards (1) | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
Moogle Rooms and Bounty Rooms both have a chance of giving you these rare Attack cards (2) | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
Moogle Rooms and Bounty Rooms both have a chance of giving you these rare Attack cards

Since these cards don’t have set spawn locations, the easiest way to acquire these Attack cards is to synthesize Bounty rooms, whose chests may contain these cards, as well as Moogle Rooms, since these cards can be bought in Attack card packs.

Onto the Attack cards themselves:

Diamond Dust is the only Ice Keyblade in this game | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
Diamond Dust is the only Ice Keyblade in this game

Named after the signature ability of the Final Fantasy summon Shiva, Diamond Dust is a powerful Attack card wielding the Ice element. Diamond Dust’s one of a kind element and excellent Recovery attribute helps it stand out amongst the vast array of cards you’ll have acquired at this point in the game.

StrikeB+
ThrustB+
Combo FinishB
Break Recovery 
Required CPC
This ominous meteor-esque Keyblade is a reminder of Sephiroth’s evil plans to destroy Gaia | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
This ominous meteor-esque Keyblade is a reminder of Sephiroth’s evil plans to destroy Gaia

The other Attack card you can find between Marluxia’s first and second encounters is One Winged Angel. As the name implies, this Keyblade is themed after Final Fantasy VII’s archvillain, the maniacal Sephiroth. The third Fire element Attack card in this game, its stats leave something to be desired, save for its high-ranking Finish attribute.

StrikeC
ThrustC
Combo Finish
Break Recovery C
Required CPC

Clear Bonus: Ultima Weapon

Provided you’ve beaten the game as Sora and Riku, you’ll find Ultima Weapon in a Calm Bounty room | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
Provided you’ve beaten the game as Sora and Riku, you’ll find Ultima Weapon in a Calm Bounty room

Another Final Fantasy staple, Ultima Weapon takes the form of an extremely powerful Attack Card in Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, found in a Bounty room in Castle Oblivion. 

The catch, however, is that this card will not appear if you do not have Clear Data for Reverse/Rebirth, the Riku campaign for the game that is unlocked only after having already beaten the game once as Sora. 

Thus, Ultima Weapon is only available for those who are replaying Sora’s campaign, though its impressive attributes serve as quite the nice feather in one’s cap for their efforts.

A great Keyblade, but not needed to beat the game on Standard | Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
A great Keyblade, but not needed to beat the game on Standard
Strike
Thrust
Combo FinishA
Break Recovery B
Required CPD

Congratulations! You’ve acquired every Attack card in Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories.