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The Transcendent Key

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  1. Out of all the duels we've seen, the three that I love the most are... Anakin vs. Obi-Wan. The sheer emotional turmoil and tension surrounding this duel was just everything! This is probably one of the greatest duels in the Skywalker Saga, and also one of the saddest. Because after all this time, we'd gotten to know these two, see them grow together and form a familial bond. But when it came down to it and Anakin turned to the Dark Side, there was no turning back. And back when Episode III was supposed to be the final Star Wars film, good lord, the feels and the tragedy behind this were even more surreal! Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan vs. Darth Maul. Also a fantastic duel, and very strategic and all over the place! What I loved is that Maul was being defensive during the whole duel, taking on two Jedi who were just trying to capture him, which Maul took to his advantage, since he was out to straight out kill them! And he did succeed, in part! Qui-Gon's death was soul crushing for me, and it's killer that Liam Neeson only got to be in just one of the films, even though his voice was heard in Attack Of The Clones briefly. But yeah, this duel rocks! And of course, Duel Of The Fates by the genius John Williams always sends shivers down my spine! Rey and Kylo Ren vs. Praetorian Guards. Gahhhh, this duel! I love The Last Jedi, and when this scene came on, boy, was I in for a treat! Seeing these two team up to take down Snoke's guards was cinematography at its finest, and the aggressiveness of the battle was intense and epic! I loved this duel so much! Even though it wasn't a traditional duel, per se. And for TV shows, Obi-Wan vs. Darth Maul from Rebels was insane! It was short and precise, and old Obi-Wan had matured and grown with the Force while Maul had lived on with his hatred, which brought him nothing but his own demise. The duel was spectacularly beautiful!
  2. The crazy thing here is that there was an article a few days before release over at Cinemablend talking about how the higher ups at Marvel were teasing that one of the post credit scenes-for Spidey fans in particular-would drive us nuts! And thank God there was no leak and that I didn't even catch a hint of what that scene was, because I for sure lost it! God, it's so good to see J.K Simmons as J.Jonah Jameson again! Here's hoping he's in the MCU for the long run, and not just for Spidey films, but for more appearances throughout the MCU!
  3. I definitely want to see FFVI remade at some point, because I've heard nothing but good things about the game, and how it's one of the best entries in the FF series! So I definitely wanna play it!
  4. I actually started watching Fire Force last night, and I am in love with the concept, the art style, the dub and the imagery! And I just love that the creator of Fire Force is the same person behind Soul Eater! You can tell by the designs of the characters! There's also another one that I started last night called The Ones Within! Also very interesting, and it seems to be an isekai/video game world-like hybrid! So many anime, so little time!
  5. The reason I go to conventions, primordially, is to have a blast! I love conventions, and have been going to them since 2015. The merchandise, the celebrity panels/guests, the artist alley, the fun atmosphere, the jovial and happy people having a good time, the amazing cosplays, every single bit of it! I think that conventions like these are amazing, because not only do I have a blast, I also get to share my joy and love of video games/anime/movies/cartoons/TV shows with others who are just as enthusiastic! The friendships formed here can be life lasting, as I have a friend whom I've known for 2 years now! Overall, it's just a fun atmosphere. Especially since the people in conventions are among some of the humblest people you'll ever meet! Also, I looooove to cosplay!
  6. For me, Gen 3 definitely has to be my favorite! The Hoenn region is probably among the best of the regions I've played through. Not only was it expansive, there was so much to do and so much to explore! I also loved the Pokemon contests and the Pokemon designs for Gen 3 are the best looking, in my opinion! Gen 4, the Sinnoh region, is also among my favorites! For the same reasons as Hoenn!
  7. Ha, I see what you did there! I should have thought of that! You're welcome! And yeah, she really is! Aqua!!!!! My favorite KH lady!
  8. I saw Spider-Man: Far From Home on Tuesday, and good lord, this film was an amazing way to end Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Mysterio was a perfectly adapted villain, and the film in general was amazing! (Heh, pun totally intended!) And those post credits scenes, omg!!!! X_X

  9. This is hard, because I literally grew up on all these films, from the Raimi Trilogy all the way to Far From Home! And I've been a Spider-Man fan all my life, so honestly, it's hard to choose a particular favorite! But I can definitely say that my top three favorites have to be: Far From Home Into The Spiderverse Spider-Man 2 Far From Home was a fantastic sequel to Homecoming and another chapter for MCU Peter Parker. The film got me excited for Spidey's future, for it's sure looking bright! And Mysterio was just fantastic, now probably my favorite on-screen Spidey villain! Into The Spiderverse was an amazing film that really blew me away, especially since I thought nothing more could be done with 3D animation. But boy, was I wrong! That, and the story itself was just spectacular! (See what I did there? :3) And Spider-Man 2 was a pivotal moment for the Raimi Trilogy, as you really saw the conflict within Peter Parker about his responsibility with Spider-Man versus his desire to be a normal guy. That, and Alfred Molina as Octavius was icing on the cake!
  10. Oh God, I didn't even know that you were gone! I still assumed that you came online here every now and then! D: Dang, this is crazy! I've known you for such a long time, man, and I remember you coming to me with the idea of your Kingdom Hearts Story Saga! I remember how much I loved your concept, and then when you started writing it, I immediately fell in love with it! And I'm very happy to have followed your journey to the very end, and I'm happy to have been a part of the process with the drawings! All in all man, it's been awesome getting to know you. And well, I can understand that life comes and changes things, as I know very well, since I'm dealing with all that change as well. I wish you the very best, man. So if you're looking at this right now, I hope you know that I cherish our friendship, and know that I'm rooting for you to reach for the stars and beyond! You've got this! It's been an honor, my friend, and God bless you! May your heart be your guiding key!
  11. It'd be amazing if there were more meet-ups. That'd be fantastic, because I'd love to get to know more KH fans in person!
  12. I saw Spider-Man: Far From Home on Tuesday, and good lord, it was a phenomenal film! Not only a great close to Phase 3 of the MCU, but a fantastic ending and epilogue to the Infinity Saga! I'm excited for the future of the MCU, particularly in Spidey's case! I thought that Mysterio was excellently portrayed, and I think that this is the first villain since Loki and Thanos that has been so faithfully adapted from the comics! It was a dream seeing Mysterio in this film, and Jake Gyllenhaal pulled off the role like a master! Gahhh, there's so much I love about this film! AND GOOD OLD J.J, OMG!!!
  13. Hmm, that is interesting, now that I'm thinking about it! Also true! Probably a bit, since we don't want Saix being a pushover. It does seem to be the case! It's probable that Luxu hadn't met Luxord at the time of the Keyblade War. Maybe he came around after the new Foretellers had assembled.
  14. This is a very curious thing indeed. But I do believe that the Kingdom Key is Sora's keyblade. Because think about it. It was originally supposed to belong to Riku, but when darkness took him, it passed on to Sora, and then when it went to Riku, it returned to Sora again because of the strength of his heart. It deemed Sora worthy of wielding it! So the fact that it chose him at that moment means Sora has had ownership of this Keyblade since then. Yes, Roxas and Xion have wielded it. How the essence of the Kingdom Key was able to split between them is a mystery to me, but maybe it's because of Roxas and Xion sharing the essence of Sora's heart? It's something to think about, for sure!
  15. Ah, the character that could've been. One could say she was the truest Nobody of them all! Eh? Eh? Awesome drawing of her, great job!
  16. It's okay, no need to apologize! And it's awesome man, I'm glad you were able to come up with this!
  17. Huh, interesting. You'd think with the revenue the franchise has and all the success it's had that they'd have slightly bigger teams working on those precise specifications. But hey, I don't know how game development works, so there's probably more to it than that.
  18. God, I love Toy Story 3 so much! <3

  19. Yeah, this game will always be one of my favorite entries in the series. For me it goes with KHIII, BBS, KHII and DDD.
  20. I honestly don't care for a game's graphics. As long as the story and gameplay are good, I'll be sold on whichever game I'm interested in! Story is definitely the one factor I prioritize the most, since I'm not really a multiplayer kind of gamer. I prefer to experience single player adventures, ya know? So when a game has an amazing story, you can bet I'll love the heck out of it! And if the gameplay and music are amazing, then that's a hell of a plus!
  21. I love all of them, but the one I'd have to say that I love the most is Iron Fist. I've always loved the character and have always been interested in the mythos and design of the character in general, so seeing that he finally had his own show made me excited! It's awesome!
  22. Be Prepared is definitely my favorite song in the film. Scar is an awesome villain, so seeing him basically scheme with the hyenas to kill Mufasa and Simba to usurp the throne always brings a smile to my face! For Lion King 2, He's Not One Of Us, That's My Lullaby and He Lives In You are amazing! Very great songs!
  23. Good lord, I'm having a blast playing through Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows Of Valentia! Such an amazing game! Out of Awakening and Echoes, I'd have to say that Echoes is my favorite so far!
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