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Elfdemon_

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In Topic: What are the Foretellers Identities? (without Reincarnation)

22 November 2017 - 04:05 PM

I don't really understand how the Foretellers' identities could be characters that don't act like them, don't have the same personalities as them, don't have the same voices as them, and don't have the same body shapes as them. If Ava was Kairi's Grandma, then Kairi's Grandma would be over 110 years old. And if she was brought to the time period of BBS using the same method as Ventus (and all the Foretellers assuming what you're saying is correct), then why would she be so much older than everyone else when everyone else wouldn't have aged? They obviously didn't all just wait and age for the time period of BBS. They got there using some fantastical means, such as the realm of sleep or time travel or body swapping or something. And Aeleus is way too calm and silent to be Aced. Aced is overly emotional and passionate and slightly dumb. The only similarities between Aced and Aeleus is that they're strong. Their chin shapes are also different. Aced's is more narrow. And all the other ones you mentioned just have complete different personalities, and like you said, are big stretches. If these were the same characters, then they would've been given the same voice actors/actresses and they would've been given the same personalities. I don't see why their personalities would have changed since.

I think the Foretellers' faces are more likely to look like characters we know or something, rather than the Foretellers actually being characters we already know. I'm still even iffy about that though too. Either their faces are kept hidden because their identities are being kept hidden from the audience or their faces are kept hidden because their faces are irrelevant because since their voices, body language, and gestures tell all we need to know about their characters and that they'll be irrelevant in the future of the series since they all just end up dying in the Keyblade War. Who knows though. It's hard to tell which of those is the answer.


In Topic: (Theory) Do Pureblood Heartless evolve?

22 November 2017 - 03:45 PM

Yeah, and the more the Heartless looks like the Somebody, the darker the heart (Ansem, Scar).


Xehanort's Heartless actually doesn't really look like Xehanort at all. Xehanort's Heartless is the brown Robed Figure. He was later able to gain a body using Riku's body though. He possessed Riku and sort of molded/shaped Riku's body into one that's more to his likeness.

So, it's unknown why Scar's Heartless pretty much kept Scar's exact shape and form. It's a pretty weird and rare case.

In Topic: Kingdom Hearts Fan Event confirmed to be at the Disney Magical Theater progra...

18 November 2017 - 05:27 PM

In July 2017, the official Japanese Disney website confirmed that Kingdom Hearts will be making an appearance at D23 Expo Japan 2018 in the form of the Kingdom Hearts Fan Event (tentative title). D23 Expo Japan 2018 will take place from February 10th, 2018 to February 12th, 2018.

Now, the official D23 Expo Japan website has revealed the Kingdom Hearts Fan Event's date and time at D23 Expo Japan 2018. It's confirmed to be a part of the Disney Magical Theater program on Saturday, February 10th, 2018. It's planned to be from 16:00 ~ 17:20 JST, which is 11:00 PM - 12:20 AM PST, 1:00 AM - 2:20 AM CST, and 2:00 AM - 3:20 AM EST.

Thanks to KH13 user SnowPint7Fourths for the tip!

It's currently unknown what the Kingdom Hearts Fan Event will be about, what will be shown, and if Kingdom Hearts III will be shown or not.

Kingdom Hearts had made an appearance at D23 Expo Japan in 2015, showing off a new Kingdom Hearts III trailer and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. This event was called the Kingdom Hearts Premium Theater.

What do you expect out of the Kingdom Hearts appearance at D23 Expo Japan 2018? Let us know in the comments below!

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In Topic: A Third Kingdom Key

16 November 2017 - 02:57 PM

There is no "Keyblade of the Realm of Light" and there is no "Keyblade of the Realm of Darkness." There's just Keyblades of Light, Keyblades of Darkness, and a Keyblade of Heart. Keyblades of Light are Keyblades forged in the Realm of Light, Keyblades of Darkness are Keyblades forged in the Realm of Darkness when a world falls to darkness that a Keyblade of Light was forged at, and the Keyblade of Heart is the Keyblade created from the Princesses of Heart's hearts. As far as we know, Kingdom Key and Kingdom Key D are not special in any way. Kingdom Key is just a Keyblade from the Realm of Light (a Keyblade of Light) and Kingdom Key D is just a Keyblade from the Realm of Darkness (a Keyblade of Darkness).

 

All you need in order to seal the Door to Darkness is a Keyblade of Light and a Keyblade of Darkness. You didn't specifically need Kingdom Key and Kingdom Key D. Kingdom Key and Kingdom Key D worked because they are a Keyblade of Light and a Keyblade of Darkness. Any Keyblade of Light and Keyblade of Darkness would've worked.


Ok 2 things: First, ventus joining his heart with ventus in the first place was the reason why sora was able to use the keyblade at first, however sora’s own heart was the reason why he was able to take the keyblade back from riku. Second ventus having a keyblade already means absolutely nothing. Mickey also had his own keyblade but he can use the Kingdom Key D perfectly fine.

 
Ventus has nothing to do with Sora being able to wield a Keyblade. In order to get a Keyblade, you need to be Bequeathed (have the Keyblade inheritance ceremony performed on you). Being Bequeathed causes a Keyblade to choose you. The person Bequeathing someone needs to be a Keyblade Master or someone on the level of a Keyblade Master, and the person being Bequeathed needs to have a strong heart. All you need to wield a Keyblade is a strong heart. In order to obtain a Keyblade though, you need to be Bequeathed. Terra Bequeathed Riku in Birth by Sleep. So, as stated above, that caused a Keyblade to choose Riku. That Keyblade was Kingdom Key. In KH1, during the storm on Destiny Islands, Sora unknowingly touched Riku's heart. During that moment, Kingdom Key saw Sora's heart as stronger than Riku's since Riku was falling to darkness and chose Sora instead and jumped over to him. Sora is able to wield it because he has a strong heart. So, Sora receiving a Keyblade is a rare and unique case since he wasn't Bequeathed. He happened to be at the right place at the right time and happened to have a strong enough heart. Later, at Hollow Bastion, Riku took back Kingdom Key because it was still technically his/he showed that his heart was stronger than Sora's during that moment. But, after Sora gave his iconic speech, Kingdom Key chose Sora again since Sora proved his heart was stronger than Riku's, and this time, it was permanent.

 

Ventus' heart being within Sora is what allows Sora to dual-wield. The Keyblade that Sora dual-wields is Ventus' Keyblade, Wayward Wind. It just has a different Keychain on it. Ventus had nothing to do with Sora wielding a Keyblade in the first place though. Sora, and anyone who can wield a Keyblade, are simply able to wield a Keyblade because they have a strong heart. Sora's connection with Ventus has nothing to do with it. And the Keyblade Sora obtained was Riku's, not Ventus'.


In Topic: Is Ansem SoD Not being Ansem a retcon or a plot twist?

08 November 2017 - 02:19 PM

It's both. It's a plot twist and a retcon. Nomura most likely didn't come up with Ansem the Wise until after KH1's development. A lot of the retcons in the series are to either create plot twists or to make sure that plot twists that were created make sense.