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Best Namine Costume Guide
Namine is a character in the popular Kingdom Hearts video game series. She is also known as the Nobody of Kairi. Namine is different as she took form from Sora’s body, however, she was born from Kairi’s heart. Since a “Nobody” in the game is usually born from one body and memories from another, it is particularly strange that Namine has no memories of her own. Despite her lack of memories, she does have the ability to manipulate and control Sora’s memories. This is a skill which her captors from Organization XIII routinely take advantage of. Get the look of the Nobody with Sora’s body with this Namine costume guide.
If you want to capture this popular video game character’s cute look, you will need a White Sleeping Dress, Blonde Wig, Sketch Book, Drawing Pencil, and Blue Sandals.
Namine Cosplay Costumes
One of the biggest video game crazes in recent years has been Kingdom Hearts. So much so that if you attend any gaming event, you would probably find it hard to move without tripping over a Kingdom Hearts character. So here’s your chance to get in on the fun with Namine! It’s a simple cosplay due to her simplistic appearance in the game. You’ll simply need a basic white dress, blonde wig, and a pair of blue sandals.
Maybe cosplay the trio of Kairi, Sora, and Namine. Just don’t get too close to Sora, or you might cease to exist and join the group together again! We’d love to see the photos if you choose to step out as the sweet Nobody of Kairi!
Namine was formed when Sora became a Heartless by turning Ansem’s Keyblade on himself in an attempt to save Kairi’s heart. With Kairi’s body never able to leave the Realm of Light, Namine was born as a Nobody of Kairi, but also taking life from Sora’s body and soul.
This leaves her without memories, and she also has no idea that she has emotions. Initially, after her capture by Organization XIII in the Castle of Oblivion, she simply follows the orders of her captors. This means manipulating Sora’s memories. At times she even puts herself in place of Kairi, inside Sora’s memories.
As her story progresses in the game Kingdom Hearts, she learns how to feel. In particular, she feels sad guilt for the way her powers are causing pain to others. To counteract her feelings of guilt, much of her story shows her as a kind, generous character who strives to help others.