|Origin||Kingdom Hearts: Dynamic Pantheon|
|Stories||Kingdom Hearts: Dynamic Pantheon|
|Theme Music||"This is Sparta!!!"|
|Battle Music||"Fight! Mazinger Z!"|
Planet DP-71 is the main setting of the spinoff Kingdom Hearts: Dynamic Pantheon.
Having been left for dead on DP-71, Riku becomes involved in a three-way conflict between a supervillain union headed by Dr. Hell, an army of Space Spartans, and a resistance group fighting the former two, joining the latter. Riku later recovers the legendary super robot Mazinger Z and uses it to fight Dr. Hell's Kikaijuu.
The Resistance Base (working name)
The main base of operations for the resistance group fighting Dr. Hell's group and the Space Spartans. It is built on the ruins of the Photon Power Lab where Mazinger Z was kept.
Info to be added...
The Royal Vault (working name)
The Space Spartans store their wealth and riches there, and the fearsome Abashiri Family have tried to steal from it on at least one occasion.
Space Spartan Camp
Info to be added...
A popular bakery/youth center that's a cross between a Japanese maid cafe, a night club, and Raisins. It's name is a pun on "oppai", a Japanese slang term for "breasts", hence all or nearly all the employees being very attractive women, and pies(among other pastries and confections) being some of its signature items.
This place is home to three beautiful demigoddesses known as the Gamia Q. It has an indoor Roman-style pool, a sauna, and a strip club-esque pole-dancing room.
|English Voice||Japanese Voice||Role|
|HerculeZ||Dwayne Johnson||Kiyoyuki Yanada||party member|
|Perseus||Sam Worthington||Takuma Takewaka||party member|
|Xena||Lucy Lawless||Mao Ichimichi||party member|
|Leonidas||Gerard Butler||Joji Nakata||party member|
|Gaia||Linda Hunt||Reiko Suzuki||ally/summon|
|Ammon||Robbie Stevens||Yuji Ueda||ally|
|Paynn||Jim Ross||Ryo Horikawa||anti-villain/boss enemy|
|Panikk||Jerry Lawler||Toshio Furukawa||anti-villain/boss enemy|
|Calibos||Douglas Lawrence||Norio Wakamoto||villain/boss enemy|
|Sean Maguire||Joji Nakata||villain/boss enemy|
|Dynamic ProZ Character||English Voice||Japanese Voice||Role||Origin|
|Koji Kabuto||Robert Newell||Hiroya Ishimaru||ally||Mazinger Z|
|Tetsuya Tsurugi||Brian Jepson||Hiroshi Yanaka||ally||Great Mazinger|
|Sayaka Yumi||Shaneye Ferrell||Ai Uchikawa||ally||Mazinger Z|
|Boss||Mark X. Laskowski||Fumihiko Tachiki||ally||Mazinger Z|
|Jun Honoo||Heather Kafka||Mitsuki Saiga||ally||Great Mazinger|
|Cutie Honey||Jessica Calvello||Michiko Neya||party guest||Cutie Honey|
|Kikunosuke Abashiri||Ali Hillis||Kyoko Tongu||party guest/boss enemy||Abashiri Ikka|
|Daemon Abashiri||John DiMaggio||Kosei Tomita (originally), Shiro Saito (KHDP)||party guest/boss enemy||Abashiri Ikka|
|Goemon Abashiri||Scott "KaiserNeko" Frerichs||Shigeru Chiba||ally/boss enemy||Abashiri Ikka|
|Naojiro Abashiri||Nick "Lanipator" Landis||Tessho Genda||party guest/boss enemy||Abashiri Ikka|
|Kichiza Abashiri||Curtis "Takahata101" Arnott||Taiki Matsuno||party guest/boss enemy||Abashiri Ikka|
|Satan's Toenail||Rob Mungle||Joji Yanami||villain||Kekko Kamen|
|Sirene||Swimsuit Succubus||Atsuko Tanaka||boss enemy||Devilman|
|Sister Jill||Tara Strong||Noriko Watanabe||boss enemy||Cutie Honey|
|Dr. Hell||John Paul Shepard||Kosei Tomita (originally), Hisao Egawa or Haruhiko Jo (KHDP)||villain/boss enemy||Mazinger Z|
|Baron Ashura||Robert Kraft (male half)
Lanie Fraisier (female half)
|Hidekatsu Shibata (male half)
Haruko Kitahama (female half)
|Count Blocken/Brocken||Dan Woren||Masaharu Sato||villain||Mazinger Z|
|Gamia Q||Katherine Catmull||Ryoka Yuzuki||boss enemies||Mazinger Z|
|Archduke Gorgon||TC Carson||Katsumi Chou||boss enemy||Great Mazinger|
|Ankoku DaiShogun||Steven Blum||Shozo Izuka (originally), Koji Ishii or Naomi Kusumi (KHDP)||boss enemy||Great Mazinger|
|Super Kikaijuu Boss||English Voice||Japanese Voice||Greek Mythological Creature Basis|
|Medouchea||Jennifer Saunders||Kikuko Inoue||Medusa|
|Krakk Hedder||Steve Austin||Banjo Ginga||Kraken|
|NemeLeon||Keith David||Naomi Kusumi||Nemean Lion|
|Hard Boarder||Terry Crews||Hiroshi Ootake||Erymanthean Boar|
|Hell Haidora||Thomas Kretschmann||Naoki Tatsuta,
|Kretaurus||Jack Black||Katsuyuki Konishi||Cretan Bull|
|Psychlops||Ken Davitian||Masaharu Sato||Cyclops|
|HyperGriff||John Cleese||Tsutomu Isobe||Griffon|
|Mazinger Z||Koji Kabuto, Riku||Mazinger Z|
|Aphrodite A||Sayaka Yumi(initially), Cutie Honey||Mazinger Z|
|Boss Borot||Boss||Mazinger Z|
|Venus A||Jun Honoo||Great Mazinger|
|Diana A||Sayaka Yumi||Great Mazinger|
|Great Mazinger||Tetsuya Tsurugi, Riku(sometimes)||Great Mazinger|
The "DP" stands for Dynamic Pantheon, the game's subtitle, and for Dynamic Planning, the company which owns the license to Mazinger Z and every other work by Go Nagai represented here. It also stands for "Dark Path", one of Gokai's guesses for the official name of "Project Xehanort", which ended up being extremely close to what was announced.
The "71" references the year Go Nagai published Demon Lord Dante(1971), the spiritual predecessor to his breakthrough title Devilman.
- DP-71 takes many geographical and political elements of modern day Japan and Ancient Greece.
- GokaiWhite had considered including Getter Robo characters in Dynamic Pantheon, until he decided to save them for a new concept of his called Kingdom Hearts: Getterborn Rising.
- It is implied at one point that Kratos may have once been a former resident of the planet before relocating to Midgard, which, if true, is an allusion to the God of War series' transition from Greek to Norse mythology by 2018.
- This marks the first time the main story and gameplay of a Kingdom Hearts title is confined to a single world.