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About SoraDaxjer28

  • Birthday 10/10/1992

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    The Backdrop Keyblader!!
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  1. Thank you. I have considered screenshotting them. I haven't played "Kingdom Hearts X Dark Road" yet since I was busy finishing the storyline of "Kingdom Hearts X Union Cross".
  2. So, I recently updated the application on my Android device, and I have access to the theater mode, classic mickey games, records, avatar creations, etc. It looks like this, Yet, my cellular telephone's lithium battery has expanded and I have to either get a new device or a new battery. Does this mean I shall lose all my game records from before the shutdown, or is there a way I can transfer all the data to a new device?
  3. I voted for KH1 because John Fiedler, one of my favorite actors, reprised his role as Piglet in it. Yet, I like them all for different reasons. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3URH8qVNhLk
  4. It would be either "Enchanted (2007)" or "Mary Poppins (1964)". Here's another vote for "Mary Poppins (1964)",
  5. Actually, the last battle of "Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days" was Roxas V.S. Riku. That showdown was at Memory's Skyscraper in The World That Never Was. The "Final" Worlds are the locations where the absolute last showdown takes place.
  6. The End of The World is my favorite. The main reason is because, back in KH1, the storyline was much more simple. The danger felt very real, especially knowing that, if Sora, Donald Duck, and Goofy had failed to stop Ansem, The Seeker of Darkness, it would have meant the end of all the worlds. Plus, the music was a remix of the Awakening theme, making the atmosphere feel like this was it and Sora's calling was about to be fulfilled. The Keyblade Graveyard is my second favorite. The main reason is due to its desolate environment, and, in particular, the ominous music indicating the location as the last battles to come. The World That Never Was is next. The main reason being the dark, stormy atmosphere combined with deserted streets and a towering castle. Knowing that castle was the stronghold of Organization XIII, it indicated this was the last step to defeating Xehanort's Nobody in KH2. In KH3D, the music is even more intense, marking the seriousness of what Sora and Riku had gotten themselves into -- (Xehanort's deception and trap). Scala Ad Calem is my least favorite since there is not much to explore aside from the final battles. True, that might have been updated with "KH3 Remind", yet I still do not have access to that DLC. I also found its music the least ominous of all the final worlds.
  7. So, did anyone else notice one of Sora's poses in the first cutscene at Master Yen Sid's tower seems to sort of resemble a swastika? I doubt it was intentional, yet what do you think?
  8. Naminé is my favorite. She is the sweetest and most gentle of the female protagonists in KH. She reminds me a little of myself. Kairi is a Very close second.
  9. I enjoy them all a LOT!! I like "'Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream, Drop, Distance'" because of its fun, yet dark, story and it contains one of my favorite Disney movies. I like "'Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days'" because I connect so well with Roxas and I enjoyed seeing what took place while Sora was asleep between KH CoM and KH2. I like "'Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep'" because it was the first KH game I could play on a game system my brother did not own. I also enjoyed its long storyline, new, intense battle music, likable characters, and dark, emotional ending. Yet, I voted for "'Kingdom Hearts RE: Coded'" since it is a rather overlooked game with playful gameplay and brilliant artwork. Many of you might not know this: that game had a very shiny and playful cover artwork.
  10. I cannot vote since I like all of them except "'Face My Fears'"!! I did not get into that one like I did the others.
  11. Yes!! Yes, they are!! They are the Classic Disney Trio!!
  12. You neglected to include Frank Welker on the list. He has played numerous characters for Disney, including (yet not limited to) Abu, Flit, several of the Beagle Boys, Bubba (The DuckTales Caveduck), Pegasus, Cri-ki (the cricket from Mulan), and Oswald for "'Epic Mickey'", among many others!! I can't help listing the roles he's done. He's one of my all-time favorite actors.
  13. None. I do not care for Halloween, nor do I celebrate it.
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