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  1. 1º) Technically, you are right with the room being upside down; but being a machine to travel through time or space, it could somehow fix that problem. I mean, weirder things have already happened after all. When Sora visited this place at the end of the first KH, there was this big Heartless emblem that it wouldn't allow him to see where exactly he was. 2º) I don't critize your theory, but it's just not fitting. I mean, the glitches we saw in KHUX and the fact they entered into the world of Wreck-It Ralph clearly indicates they are in a virtual reality like the virtual Twilight Town. However, even with similarities, everything seems to indicate that the world of Yozora is a different nature. The game where Sora play from Toy Box is a virtual copy of this world, lile the virtual Twilight Town. How this game was created based on this world?, that's a mystery still to resolve.
  2. I know the ruins are upside down under the water, but as far as we know, both the arc and the computer room of Daybreak Town should be in the basement of the city. So, there's one chance for those zones, which would be crucial for Mickey's role, to be like in the "middle way" between the ruins fo Daybreak Town and the new Scala ad Caelum, quite away from the water. And the virtual world of Daybreak Town is NOT like Quadratum, more like the virtual Twilight Town where Ansem put Roxas before KH-II.
  3. That's precisely the point. Because the hope stayed in Pandora's Box, it was the only thing to not be lose.
  4. I start this topic to analyse the events we should take a closest look from now on, because it could end up revealing the plots of the KH games to come before KH-IV. We should consider the plots to be revealed in KH-UX and Dark Road, but not entirely linked to them. So, let's see: 1º) Kairi: Well, Kairi had a game "partially" in Melody of Memory, but I think it's obvious she needs one of her own; mainly to gain Sora's level of experience and stop being the one who is left aside in battles. It appears part of Sora is inside of her, as he came to her aid facing the memory of Master Xehanort. So, training under Master Aqua, I believe Kairi should make a world trip like Sora did in previous games; so she can learn from Sora's friends and gain the power to fight. Aqua would be her traveling partner, and I believe Ventus (as he's still no master either) could go with them too in the world trip. He could even see some old friends too, like Hercules. 2º) Terra, Aqua and Ventus: They went together to the Realm of Darkness in hopes to find a clue about Sora's whereabouts, but cosidering how time works in that Realm (10 years pass instantly), we can assume they wouldn't be there long enough to find anything. However, I do believe they could find something, although I have no clue about what it could be. My idea, maybe they could find Dark Riku somehow, and Terra would work in a way to give him his own independent existence again. He could be the teacher he wanted to be for Riku, but since he's already a Master of his own, Dark Riku could fulfill that place. On the other hand, Aqua will train Kairi and possibly go with her in a "world trip" like Sora's previous ones. Ventus could decide to train with Kairi under Aqua too, but I believe he will play the most important part. I think it's obvious that Ventus, at some point, it will have to regain his memories from KH UX, which will open a whole new world of possibilities. 3º) Twilight Town's gang: Well, this is definitely the biggest group of all. It includes Hayner, Pence, Olette, Roxas, Xion, Lea and Isa. We can assume they now live in the old mansion, possibly restoring it and having access to Ansem's computer. According to Riku, they have been analysing the memories of Roxas and Xion in hopes to find a clue about Sora's whereabouts. Well, I don't think most of them have a revelant role, except Roxas and Xion. I believe that, while the others explore their memories, they could indirectly unlock Ventus' lost memories from KH UX; after all, they stayed along with Ventus inside Sora's heart for a long time, so there's a chance for that. 4º) Mickey: His role could definitely being the most significative in the near future. Yen Sid sent him to investigate in the world of Scala ad Caelum, which is weird, because I thought this would might have been destroyed at some point. Well, supposing this world still exist, Mickey could explore it and find something unexpected: the ruins of Daybreak Town. We don't know what exactly happened at the end of the Keyblade War, but it appears the Dandelions where trapped inside a virtual version of Daybreak Town inside a computer. If that's so, then Mickey could find said computer in Scala ad Caelum and try to free the Dandelions. In theory, the arc that works as the door between the real world and this virtual simulation should be here too; but Kairi's lost memories seemed to indicate it is somehow in Radiant Garden. Well, anyway, in a try to take the Dandelions out of the computer, Mickey could use Data Sora to enter in the virtual realm and help the Dandelions. 5º) Riku: Well, I'm not sure how Riku's trip in the other world could end up, but I suppose he will find Sora and Yozora. They would surely discover the secret involving the Master of Masters and try to find a way for the girl that knows Yozora to return safely to her homeworld. Once done, they will surely return home and they will inform the others of their descoveries; just in time for KH-IV. Well, what do you think?
  5. Star Wars is quite compatible with Kingdom Hearts too. Just check the similarities: + On both games, you travel through space to reach worlds. + Keyblades and Lightsabers. + Light Side and the Dark Side of the Force; eternal Light vs Darkness. + Terra and Darth Vader, the Fallen Hero. + C-3PO and R2D2, a comedy duo like Donald and Goofy. + The yellow eyes of darkness, just like anyone who bonds with the Dark Side. + Master Xehanort is similar to Emperator Palpatine. + Sora is like Luke Skywalker, at some level.
  6. Thanks, pal. I'm glad you like my idea. "King in Black" has just started, and I can assure, this is going to be one of the most dramatic arcs we have ever seen in Marvel Comics. Norse Mythology is already being used in "Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road", so I don't think so. Thor and Asgard could likely be a "world" (level) for Sora's team in Marvel, surely the equivalent to Hercules and Olympus/Olympus' Colisseum.
  7. This is not the first forum posted around the idea of Marvel in Kingdom Hearts's universe, and surely, it won't be the last. But I have been thinking about a potential clue around how Marvel could be introduced in Kingdom Hearts, and I believe the "key" is around one of the latest villains crated by the House of Ideas: KNULL, the God of Symbiotes. Kingdom Hearts' main topic is around the conflict between Light and Darkness, so a villain to link Marvel with Kingdom Hearts should be around this same topic too. And I believe the best candidate to represent that concept in Marvel is the new character introduced like the God of Klyntar (more commonly known as Symbiotes), Knull. According to his bio, Knull was Cosmic Being that represented Darkness, Void itself, and his existence was previous to the universe itself. Then it came the Celestials, who brought the Light to the universe with the Big Bang. Knull was Darkness incarnated, so he hated the mere existence of Light. He started a war against the Celestials when the Universe was young, and to serve him in combat, Knull created the Klyntar/Symbiotes out of his own shadow. Their terrible battle made the firmament tremble, as Knull killed almost all Celestials. However, the Klyntar, resentfull against their creator about how he used them, they turned against him and imprisioned him inside a pseudo planet that would be known as they, Klyntar. And now, in the future arc known as "King in Black", Knull has escaped and it comes to Earth to turn it into his base to sink the whole universe back into Darkness. In the last games of the franchise, Sora's parkour moves has made me think a lot about Spider-Man, so it sounds fitting that a villain associated "partially" with Spider-Man would be Sora's main enemy in Marvel. I can imagine the Heartless being merged with the Symbiotes and becomes something really terrible for Sora and his friends. Marvel has a lot of iconic villains, just like Disney, but if there's one that would match Sora's mission in Kingdom Hearts, that would be Knull without a doubt. What do you think?
  8. Bad luck for us, pal. No Main Quest for UX in August.
  9. I don't have to call you crazy, because I believe that too. I just wish we are not wrong. There's also the new about the next chapter of "Dark Road" to come at the end of July, and I believe both stories will have to cross at some point.
  10. We are actually close to the end of Sugar Rush. There's rescuing Felix and Vanellope from prision, a mission during the race (possible against the Cybugs), and then, against King Candy as a Cybug. Either way, they announced in the previous trailer that the main story in close to its end. We had that picture of Ventus sleeping in a weird room.
  11. Guys, do you know at what time of the month we will get the next quests for UX? I believe the next(s) one(s) should be the last ones, concluding its main story. Any idea?
  12. Something else came to mind. In "Dark Road", young Eraqus and Xehanort act quite similar to Sora and Riku; but I believe they could also represent (indirectly) Thor and Loki. I mean, Xehanort almost caused Ragnarok with his whole plot, after all.
  13. Those of you who read Marvel's comics will surely knows several details of the Norse Mythology. Well, I know several of them and I believe I just discovered some clues about the current mysteries of Kingdom Hearts' past. As you already know, it has been recently revealed the identity of the Master who taught Eraqus, Xehanort and the 4 new character how to use the Keyblade. Not surprised at all, it turned out to be "Master Odin", following Nomura's fascination with Norse Mythology. (I honestly suspected it). Ater knowing this, I couldn't stop thinking "Now where we could find Thor and Loki?". That's when an idea hit my mind quite brutally. In Norse Mythology, Odin is one-eyed because he sacrified one os his eyes in exchange of eternal wisdom. So, how about if the famous "Gazing Eye" that appears in the "Evil Keyblades" (like Xehanort's one) is actually this "Master Odin's Eye". I know it wouldn't have much sense because the Master of Masters is from a time previous to Master Odin; but considering how intrigant this guy is, can we really believe he said the truth when he said it was HIS eye? Besides, weirder things has happened already. Even more, how about if this "Master of Masters" is actually "Loki"? Using Marvel as a reference, the Master of Masters acts in a similar intrigant and manipulative way than Loki's; and his "sin" could perfectly be "Superbia" ("Pride"), which perfectly matchs with Marvel's version of Loki. And speaking of Marvel, all these references to the Norse Mythology and the way "Kingdom Hearts 2020" trailer starts (mirroring the introduction of Marvel's latest films), could this be actually a signal that the MCU is preparing itself to appear in Kingdom Hearts? I would love it!
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