close
    search Buscar

    Ladder to Heaven

    Who I am
    Aina Martin
    @ainamartin

    Item Feedback:

    There is so much to learn, and you know so little ...
    This article is about a game or item that has yet to be released.
    Due to this, the information may not be accurate or may change and the page is constantly being maintained. Do not put rumors or speculation in this article.



    Ladder to Heaven (in Spanish "Stairway to Heaven") is a world that appears for the first time in Kingdom Hearts III. As a world built on the remains of Albaburg, it is believed to be the nexus from which all worlds spring, having once served as the seat of power for all wielders of the Keyblade.



    Summary

    • 1 History
      • 1.1 Kingdom Hearts Union χ
      • 1.2 Antes de Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep
      • 1.3 Kingdom Hearts III
    • 2 Areas of the city
    • 3 Enemies
    • 4 Characters
      • 4.1 Visitors
    • 5 Themes
    • 6 Curiosities
    • 7

    History


    Kingdom Hearts Union χ

    After the catastrophic event that separated the worlds, a place called Daybreak Town was flooded and most of the ruins were hidden underwater. A group of people who survived the catastrophe built on the ruins and eventually became a city called Ladder to Heaven.


    Founder of Ladder to Heaven Maestro Ephemer


    The people of the city were aware of their previous home and its destruction, as there is an interactive mural that tells the story of the destruction of Daybreak Town and its replacement by Scala ad Caelum. A statue of Ephemer was built in memory of him as the first keyblade holder and to build the city. It also became the new training ground for the Keyblade Masters, two of whom were Xehanort and Eraqus.

    Brain suddenly awakens in the city after the disaster and meets a hooded figure named Sigurd, where he takes him to headquarters to explain what it means to be here. They both notice Ephemer's statue, where Brain says he knows who he is and is happy to have a strong friendship with him.

    Antes de Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep

    In their youth, they played a board game similar to chess: Xehanort uses black and gold pawns for the Thirteen Seekers of Darkness; Eraqus uses white and silver pawns for the Seven Guardians of Light and the Dandelions.

    Chess game

    At one point, Xehanort talks to Eraqus about "his Master's favorite story": the First Keyblade War. But Eraqus feigns ignorance when Xehanort convincingly conjures up the "lost" Carriers, who were at the origin of this war. Xehanort then looks at the Innomite and talks about the conclusion of the War: "The war in that place will lead to the defeat and destruction of the Light. The World will be shrouded in eternal Darkness." But Eraqus then tries to convince him that the Light was always more complex than it appears, including the "Light of the Past". Xehanort can't help but be curious about this possibility.



    After Xehanort's defeat against Eraqus, the latter proposes a new game in which they are staged: seven black and gold pawns, for the Master of Masters, Luxu and the Augures, and a single white and silver pawn for Sora.

    Kingdom Hearts III

    In the Necropolis of the Keyblade, after Xehanort remakes the sword χ and Xehanort's opening of Kingdom Hearts, Riku and King Mickey bring the idea of ​​the old Master's Time Travel power to "trap him out of the world. Time and Space ". As Ventus, Terra, Aqua, Riku, Mickey, Xion, Roxas, and Lea open Xehanort's portal, Sora, Donald, and Goofy volunteer to defeat Xehanort once on the other side, leading them to Scala ad Caelum.

    Xehanort's Final Armor

    The trio begins by exploring the main citadel and notices what appears to be Replicas of Xehanort, appearing in many different locations. After defeating them, Xehanort finally appears, describes Scala ad Caelum as the source of the Power of the Keyblade and all the worlds of the Kingdom of Light, and begins to absorb their Replicas to don a gigantic Keyblade Armor, and with the Innomite. as a weapon. A great fight ensues, where Xehanort seems capable of completely distorting the reality of this world in the Trio. However, Sora breaks Xehanort's armor and the fight continues on top of the main citadel.


    For his final battle with Sora, Xehanort finally wields the Keyblade χ and manages to defeat him using the power of Kingdom Hearts. But the chosen young man of the Keyblade manages to recover with the help of Donald and Goofy, which causes the defeat of Xehanort.


    Xehanort hands over Keyblade X to Sora.

    Despite his defeat, the old Master remains clinging to his positions, until Eraqus's heart, having survived in Terra's body, persuades him to capitulate. Finally, Xehanort acknowledges his defeat and gives the Keyblade χ to Sora, to "reward him", before joining Eraqus in the afterlife. Sora used Keyblade X to close Kingdom Hearts and the Seven Guardians returned to the Necropolis of the Keyblade.

    City areas

    Admission

    Enemies

    Maestro XehanortSeekers of Darkness

    Characters

    The Boy in White KHIII.pngEraqusThe Boy in Black KHIII.pngXehanortReplica XehanortsHermodBragiUrdIn frontOdin

    Visitors

    SoraDonaldGoofy


    Themes


    Curiosities

    • Scala ad Caelum is Latin for Stairway to Heaven.
    • During the development of Kingdom Hearts III, Scala ad Caelum was known as Cable Town and it had only been shown to fans once, during a private event for the Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX release in December 2014.
      • The world was made public during the trailer "Final Fight", four years after its introduction to fans.


    Worlds
    Introduced in Kingdom Hearts
    Descent to the Heart • Destiny Islands • Eternal River / Disney City / Disney Castle • Paso City • Wonderland •
    Olympus Coliseum • Deep Jungle • Agrabah • Monster • Atlantic • Halloween Town • Neverland •
    Radiant Garden / Hollow Bastion • 100 Acre Forest • End of the World • Reign of Darkness
    Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
    Land of Departure / Castle of Oblivion • Twilight Town
    Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II

    Tower of Mysteries • Land of Dragons • Beast Castle • Port Royal •
    Pride Lands • Paranoid Space • The Non-existent World • Keyblade Necropolis

    Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
    Forest of the Dwarfs • Enchanted Kingdom • Castle of Dreams • Deep Space • Virtual Space
    Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts coded
    The Binarama
    Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
    City of Bells • Prankster's Paradise • The Web • Country of the Musketeers • Sorcerer's Symphony
    Introduced in Kingdom Hearts χ and Kingdom Hearts Union χ
    Albaburgo • Game Central Station • Niceland • Cy-Bug Sector • Candy Kingdom
    Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III
    Kingdom of Corona • Toy Box • Arendelle • Monstropolis • San Fransokyo • Ladder to Heaven • Olympus • The Caribbean
    Kingdom Hearts III
    Characters
    Team members
    Sora | Donald | Goofy
    Hércules | Woody | Buzz Lightyear | Sulley | Mike Wazowski | Rapunzel | Flynn Rider | Merengue | Jack Sparrow | Baymax
    Link system
    Ariel | Marramaguau | Rompe Ralph | Simba | Stitch
    Villains
    Seekers of Darkness
    Master Xehanort | Young Xehanort | Vanitas | Ansem, the Seeker of Darkness | Xemnas | Xigbar | Saïx | Luxord | Marluxia | Larxene | Demyx | Vexen | Terra-Xehanort | Xehanort
    Maleficent | Pete | Hades | Rock Titan | Ice Titan | Wind Titan | Lava Titan | Randall Boggs | Mother Gothel | Davy jones
    Non-playable characters
    Anna | Ansem the Wise | Aqua | Boo | Owl | Captain Barbossa | Chip and Chop | Chirithy | Rabbit | Latent Consciousness | Daisy | Elizabeth Swann | Elsa | Eraqus | Fake Riku | Philoctetes | Fred | Go Go Tomago | Hamm | Hayner | Hiro Hamada | Honey Lemon | Ienzo | Joshamee Gibbs | Kairi | Kraken | Kristoff | Read | Lumpy | Martians | Maximus | Megara | Merlin | Mickey Mouse | Minnie Mouse | Olaf | Olette | Pascal | Pegasus | Pence | Jiminy Cricket | Piglet | Pluto | Remy | Rex | Riku | Rite | Roxas | Sarge | Soldiers | Sven | Terra | Aunt Dalma | Scrooge Uncle | Tigger | Mole | Ventus | Wasabi | William Turner | Winnie the Pooh | Yen Sid | Zeus
    Places
    Worlds
    Twilight Village - Tower of Mysteries - Kingdom of Corona - Olympus - San Fransokyo - Toy Box - Monsterpolis - Arendelle - The Caribbean - 100 Acre Forest - Ladder to Heaven
    Gameplay
    EX Bar - Keyblade Transformation - Attraction Flow
    Elements
    Heartless - New Organization XIII - Princesses of the Heart - Bearers of the Keyblade - War of the Keyblades
    DLC
    Re: Mind
    Worlds Introduced in Kingdom Hearts Descent to the Heart • Destiny Islands • Eternal River / Disney City / Disney Castle • Paso City • Wonderland •
    Olympus Coliseum • Deep Jungle • Agrabah • Monster • Atlantic • Halloween Town • Neverland •
    Radiant Garden / Hollow Bastion • 100 Acre Forest • End of the World • Reign of Darkness Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Land of Departure / Castle of Oblivion • Twilight Town Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II

    Tower of Mysteries • Land of Dragons • Beast Castle • Port Royal •
    Pride Lands • Paranoid Space • The Non-existent World • Keyblade Necropolis

    Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Forest of the Dwarfs • Enchanted Kingdom • Castle of Dreams • Deep Space • Virtual Space Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts coded The Binarama Introducidos en Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance City of Bells • Prankster's Paradise • The Web • Country of the Musketeers • Sorcerer's Symphony Introduced in Kingdom Hearts χ and Kingdom Hearts Union χ Albaburgo • Game Central Station • Niceland • Cy-Bug Sector • Candy Kingdom Introduced in Kingdom Hearts III Kingdom of Corona • Toy Box • Arendelle • Monstropolis • San Fransokyo • Ladder to Heaven • The Olympus • The Caribbean Kingdom Hearts III Characters Team Members Sora | Donald | Goofy
    Hercules | Woody | Buzz Lightyear | Sulley | Mike Wazowski | Rapunzel | Flynn Rider | Meringue | Jack Sparrow | Baymax Ariel Link System | Marramaguau | Break Ralph | Simba | Stitch Villains Seekers of Darkness
    Master Xehanort | Young Xehanort | Vanitas | Ansem, the Seeker of Darkness | Xemnas | Xigbar | Saïx | Luxord | Marluxia | Larxene | Demyx | Vexen | Terra-Xehanort | Xehanort
    Maleficent | Pete | Hades | Rock Titan | Ice Titan | Wind Titan | Lava Titan | Randall Boggs | Mother Gothel | Davy Jones Non-playable characters Anna | Ansem the Wise | Aqua | Boo | Owl | Captain Barbossa | Chip and Chop | Chirithy | Rabbit | Latent Consciousness | Daisy | Elizabeth Swann | Elsa | Eraqus | Fake Riku | Philoctetes | Fred | Go Go Tomago | Hamm | Hayner | Hiro Hamada | Honey Lemon | Ienzo | Joshamee Gibbs | Kairi | Kraken | Kristoff | Read | Lumpy | Martians | Maximus | Megara | Merlin | Mickey Mouse | Minnie Mouse | Olaf | Olette | Pascal | Pegasus | Pence | Jiminy Cricket | Piglet | Pluto | Remy | Rex | Riku | Rite | Roxas | Sarge | Soldiers | Sven | Terra | Aunt Dalma | Scrooge Uncle | Tigger | Mole | Ventus | Wasabi | William Turner | Winnie the Pooh | Yen Sid | Zeus Places Worlds Twilight Town - Tower of Mysteries - Kingdom of Corona - Olympus - San Fransokyo - Toy Box - Monsterpolis - Arendelle - The Caribbean - Forest of 100 Acres - Ladder to Heaven EX Bar Gameplay - Keyblade Transformation - Attraction Flow Heartless Elements - New Organization XIII - Princesses of the Heart - Keyblade Bearers - Keyblade War DLC Re: Mind
    add a comment from Ladder to Heaven
    Comment sent successfully! We will review it in the next few hours.