Many players have been looking for a way to farm Twilight Stones in Kingdom Hearts 2 and 3. This guide will help you find the best place to farm them.
In Kingdom Hearts 2 and KH2.5, the Dancer Nobody drops Twilight Stones at a rate of 12%.
These nobodies may be found everywhere throughout Radiant Garden (particularly in the Cavern of Remembrance), as well as at a few locations in Twilight Town, which is probably the finest spot to farm them.
Dancers may also be found in The World That Never Was, in “Proof of Existence,” and in “Naught’s Approach” farming.
However, if you want to get these drops quicker, Twilight Town is the way to go. Simply enter the Mansion Basement Computer Room, exit to the “Basement Hall,” and then go to the “Basement Corridor.”
There are a lot of Dancers to cultivate in there.
Then, from the save point, just return to the World Map and repeat the procedure.
Twilight Stones are also used to make a variety of recipes, including Mythril components, Save the King, and certain accessories.
Locations of Twilight Stones and Farming (KH2/KH2.5)
The Dancer Nobody is the only opponent in the game who drops Twilight Stones.
The Stones have a 12% probability of being dropped by these wacky little guys.
They’re also pretty simple to defeat if you figure out their routines.
Because these nobodies spawn in locations across The World That Never Was and Twilight Town, you may always move throughout those realms.
However, there are a number of excellent methods for rapidly farming Twilight Stones:
1. Twilight Town Mansion Computer Room – Transport your Gummi Ship to Twilight Town and choose the “Mansion: Computer Room” destination, which will take you to the basement save location.
Then leave that chamber and go to the Basement Hall area, then depart that room and proceed to the “Basement Corridor.”
Each time you go in there, you should discover 5-6 Dancers.
Return to the Computer Room save point, then return to the global map and repeat the process.
2. TWTNW Naught’s Approach – as previously said, Dancer nobodies may be found in plenty in The World That Never Was. You may certainly find them everywhere, but landing in Proof of Existence is the quickest way to farm them.
You’ll want to locate the exit that leads to “Naught’s Approach” from that chamber. There should be a few dancers in there that spawn every time.
Take them out, grab any drops, then return to the global map and do it all over again.
Uses of Twilight Stone
In KH2/KH2.5, they are utilized in a handful of distinct synthesis methods.
We’ll explain what they perform and which recipes need a Twilight Stone in the sections below (and how many).
The Moon Amulet is a strong item that gives you a +2 Strength, +2 Magic, and +3 AP boost. To make it, you’ll need the moon recipe, which can be found in a chest in the Radiant Garden Restoration Site.
x3 Orichalcum, x1 Mythril Crystal, x1 Twilight Stone, and x1 Twilight Shard are used in this process.
The improved Moon Amulet is the Star Charm. You’ll get +2 Strength, +2 Magic, and +5 AP as a result.
It’s made in the same way as the Moon Amulet, but with one extra Serenity Crystal.
Mythril Shards – All mythril objects are very important synthesis components that may be found in a variety of formulas.
You’ll need x1 Dense Stone, x3 Dense Shards, x1 Twilight Stone, and x3 Twilight Shards to make Mythril shards.
Mythril Stones are produced from the same components as Mythril Shards, but with the addition of a single x1 Serenity Shard.
Mythril Gems – You’ll need x1 Dense Crystal, x3 Dense Gems, x1 Twilight Crystal, and x3 Twilight Gems to make Mythril Gems.
Mythril Crystals – These are the most expensive Mythril objects in the game, and they may be synthesized using the same process as Mythril Gems, but with the addition of an x1 Serenity Crystal.
Save the King — Goofy’s finest shield in the game, and an absolute must-have for any decent knight (and for completionists).
It has a +9 strength rating and the ability Item Boost. You’ll need x1 Orichalcum, x3 Twilight Crystals, x5 Twilight Gems, x7 Twilight Stones, and x9 Twilight Shards once you obtain the Queen Recipe.
Save the King+ is a simple update to Goofy’s already fantastic STK shield, but it now has additional powers. In conventional KH2FM, you’ll gain MP Rage, but in KH2.5FM, you’ll obtain the skill Damage Control.
You’ll just need the original STK recipe with the same components, but you’ll need an extra Serenity Crystal.
The Synthesis Moogle will reward you with a Serenity Crystal if you collect all Twilight Materials in Kingdom Hearts 2.
Is it worthwhile to cultivate these?
If you want to make Goofy’s finest shield, you’ll need some stones for Save the King.
Perhaps you’ll want to add the Star charm to your collection.
The main reason you may (or might not) want to farm Twilight Stones is because you’ll need a lot of Mythril components for other recipes.
Those Mythril materials are essential in many preparations, but they’re difficult to get by as regular drops. So accumulating enough Twilight Stones to be able to manufacture your own Mythril things will be very beneficial, especially later in the game.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you farm Twilight crystals in Kingdom Hearts 2?
You have to beat the game in order to unlock Twilight.
How do I farm Twilight crystals?
You can buy them in the in-game shop, or you can find them in treasure chests.
How do you get the Twilight stone?
You can get the Twilight stone from completing a quest in World 1.