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  1. Exactly. But you know?, since technology is now more advanced, maybe they could use it to make a sequel of the original animated version and introduce these deleted elements.
  2. Well, the 3vs3 fight sounds weird, but it could actually be true. After all, the final battle before facing Master Xehanort himself is also a 3 vs 3. I mean, we start being Sora, Riku and Mickey VS Ansem, Xenmas and Young Xehanort. As you defeat them, it turns into a 3vs2 and a 3vs1. I don't know what they will show at Jump Festa, if they show anything, but it will surely be something to intrigate us even more. Personally, I would like ReMIND coming out in December. Maybe, he was picking Dandelions after all.
  3. I read the info. I wish we could have official confirmation, but then the worker who leaked this info could lose its job. I actually believe it could be true. The part of the Olympus extended cutscene "Who are you?" can match the new scene between Xigbar and Luxord, where Luxord ask him this question. The "Freezy Swing" can actually match the new attack we saw in the trailer between Aqua and Ventus, doing snowboard on his Keyblade. Personally, I would like the scene cut from Toy Story, where Rex says Donald and Goofy's names were "Magia and Aegis", to be restored. This short scene was on a demo of Toy Story the past year... I think.
  4. Pal, what kind of archive is this one? I can't read it.
  5. Well, it doesn't have much sense to have to battle these guys all over again, honestly. But for what we saw in the trailer (Vanitas or Vanitas Renmants, and Xigbar), it seems that's what is going to happen. I don't know about Xion fighting Vexen and Demyx, but we certainly need an explanation about what happened with those two. I mean, in the ending, we saw Vexen back as Even at Ansem the Wise's lab, working in restoring Namine. No sign of Demyx, but I would like to know what happened to him too. You know something funny, if Demyx and Vexen were "reserves" for the Organization, Master Xehanort could have used them for the X-Blade, instead of killing Kairi.
  6. Well, I'm not really sure about all of it. Many parts sound logical, but honestly, the stories involving time traveling always give me a headache. I mean, if Sora goes back in time again to save Kairi, doesn't he risk to undo Master Xehanort's final defeat? This is so confusing. I would really like, however, to see an explanation about the Shibuya place where we saw Sora and Riku.
  7. I repeat, back in the flashback of the live-action, Alice is younger than in the animated version. In that flashback, Alice looks like having 8 years at least, or maybe even younger. She looks like 18 years in the present time of the live-action. And the animated version of Alice, she looked like a girl of 11 years, more or less. This clearly prooves the animated version and the Live-Action don't share the same continuity.
  8. I checked the info. Wish we could have another event from here to December that will reveal us some new official information.
  9. I know that part. But still, the "first journey" in the flashback of the live-action movie doesn't match at all with Alice's animated version. + First of all, the Alice in the live-action's flashback looks younger than the animated Alice. + In the animated version, Absalom (or Mr Caterpillar) became a butterfly quite quickly; but in the live-action, he was still a caterpillar, as if he never turned into a butterfly. + The Red Queen was clearly influenced by the Queen of Hearts, but she should have been named as "Queen of Hearts" to keep continuity with the animated version; which it didn't happen. + And most importantly, Alice's animated version of Wonderland wasn't at all as "gothic/creepy/spooky" as the live-action version. (We own that to Tim Burton's style).
  10. It's not really a "live-action sequel", more like a "live-action remake". And no, I don't consider it because that movie (along with all the live-actions remakes Disney is doing now) belong to a different "reality" of the animated versions. Elements from this movie could be adapted to make a sequel of the animated version, however. We would still need a remake of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" to have all the original Princesses of Heart in live-action remakes. And honestly, doing that with Walt Disney's original master piece, would be going too far. The point of my question is, however, the fact that Wonderland is a world that was created through a dream, Alice's dream.
  11. I just thought about something. According to the movie of "Alice in Wonderland", Wonderland itself was nothing more than a crazy dream Alice had while she was asleep in the park. So, could this mean Wonderland is like a Sleeping World? After all, when Alice woke up, Wonderland literally ceased to exist. So, could Wonderland be considered a very special kind of Sleeping World?
  12. Well, if I have to guess, I suppose the Replica could have been teleported to the Gummi Ship after the battle to keep it safe. Roxas' return unexpected? Sorry, pal, but since this story was the end of an arc, it was obvious Sora woul dhave to save EVERYONE, Roxas included. So, I expected his return from the beginning. Also, the Replica on the Keyblade Graveyard was already wearing the Organization's cloak, just like Roxas; while the Replica used by Ansem the Wise and the others was practically naked. Also, if the Replica from Dark Riku was transported to the Gummi Ship, and then possessed by Roxas, that could explain how it fell from the sky at the last second. Good for you if you find sense in the original story, but I find it more logical this way.
  13. I completely share your point, pal. I personally have the hobby of storytelling/fanfiction, and writing a story is anything but easy. However, I don't care about what the public wil think or if they will like it; I write stories I know I will like, and that's enough. You can't please every single person after all. Writing the stories you will like to hear was one of the keys of Stan Lee's success, and I greatly admired that man. However, it's also true that it's quite easier find error in another ones' work before your own. I have no regrets about Tetsuya Nomura's story for KH3, but some errors can't be avoided to be mentioned. One of them, for me, it's the Replicas' topic. Ansem the Wise, Ienzo and the others used a Replica to restore Roxas; then, somehow, they managed to send it to the Keyblade Graveyard just in time to save Xion and Axel. In the meantime, the Replica used for Dark Riku was supposed to be used for Namine; but Sora and Riku didn't even bother to put it in some safe place until the battle was over. I can't stop thinkign that it could have been more easy if the Replica from Dark Riku was used for Roxas, and the Replica on Ansem the Wise's lab was used for Namine. Don't you think it could have been more logical this way?
  14. I wrote my own topic about the same thing. You can see it here: https://www.kh13.com/forums/topic/121032-mcu-in-the-future-of-kingdom-hearts/ I also believe the MCU could be used as an adventure for Sora in Kingdom Hearts. This is how I imagine the main points: 1º) Thanos' snap could be the key for the crossover. Thanos' snap could have caused a disruption through the universe and open a hole that caused individuals from other realities being dragged to the MCU. That could work to explain Sora's presence in the MCU. 2º) To explain Sora presence through different movies, I guess the Quantum Realm could be used. If the Gummi Ship could travel through the Quantum Realm, this could allow Sora to travel through the different eras in MCU and meet several heroes. For example, go to 1942 and meet Captain America in "The First Avenger"; then going forward and meet Captain Marvel in 1995. Of course, Sora could only go forward to avoid the whole "time changes" and stuff. 3º) Sora would have to avoid certain moments in the MCU to avoid inconcluences. For example, just like they skipped "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men's Chest" to avoid Sora from interfering in events (surely saving Jack from being devoured by the Kraken), Sora couldn't be in "Infinity War" to avoid Thanos' snap. It would be like Ant-Man escaping the snap in the Quantum Realm. 4º) Disney's characters in this story should be reduced. I mean, considering Howard the Duck, Sora could have Donald and Goofy with him. Also, since there are some similarities between characters from Disney and Marvel, maybe Sora should rescue those characters from being dragged to the MCU too. For example, both Disney and Marvel have an Hercules. Marvel's Arabian Knight has several similarities with Aladdin. Disney and Marvel have both a character known as Beast. And of course, Big Hero 6 were based on a superhero team of Marvel. 5º) Now, which "movies" would Sora visit in the MCU? It should be different places through time and space to avoid "time inconcluences". And all of them should have an objective. Sora should have a "guide" to help in this mission too, and I believe the best candidate should be the Ancient One. These are the "worlds" Sora should visit: + "Captain Marvel": Its goal would be obtaining the Tesseract, from the alien cat. + "Avengers" (The first movie): Its goal would be obtaining Loki's Scepter, after defeating him. + "Guardiand of the Galaxy": Its goal would be obtaining the Orb, after defeating Ronan. This should be tricky, as they should avoid Thanos' attantion. + "Doctor Strange": Its goal would be obtaining the Eye of Agamotto, right after defeating Dormammu and force him to bargain. + "Thor - Dark World": Its goal would be obtaining the Aether, once Malekith is defeated. + "Iron Man's movie": One of the three, which goal would be protect Stark, as he would be needed to stop Thanos. + "Hulk": Its goal would be save Hulk, as he would be needed to use the gauntlet and undo Thanos' snap. (Some things has to happen like originally). + "Captain America - The First Avenger": Double goal, one is saving Cap America, as he's the one who will assemble the Avengers. The other would be obtaining the Tesseract, but it would fail, so they will try again with Captain Marvel. + "Ant-Man's movie": One of the tw movies. It's goal would be saving Ant-Man, as he will be needed for the Quantum World's trip. + "Black Panther": Its goal would be saving Black Panther, as the Avengers will definitely need Wakanda's army and tech to beat Thanos' army. + "Spider-Man - Homecoming": Its goal would be saving Spider-Man, as his death on Stark's arms would be necessary to motive Stark into help the Avengers with the Time Machine. + "Avengers - Age of Ultron": Now, this one is tricky. Its first goal would be saving Quicksilver, then Quicksilver would sacrifice himself to gain the Soul Stone from Vormir. 12 "Worlds", 6 to gather the Infinity Stones, and 6 to save important characters to defeat Thanos. All this will take us to the "final world": + "Avengers - Endgame": Its goal is clearly defeat Thanos and his army, and avoid at all cost he uses the Infinity Gems again. The final battle here already shares a lot of similarities with the final battle on KH3. Check my other topic: https://www.kh13.com/forums/topic/120158-comparisons-between-the-plots-of-avengers-endgame-and-kingdom-hearts-iii/ After this, Sora would use the Gems to open a portal back to his reality, and the Avengers will take care of returning the Gems to their proper places. Well, what do you think?
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