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  1. That's so good! I love how you incorporated all parts of the final battle in this work of art! This is the first time I've seen your work, and now I want to check it all out!
  2. While The Great Mouse Detective is my favorite of these movies, I think that The Black Cauldron would make the best Kingdom Hearts world.
  3. I think that, if Demyx is going to be revealed to be anyone, it will be the Master of Masters. It would be nice if MoM was his own character, but I think that it is extremely unlikely. Why put someone in a black coat if they aren't going to have a dramatic reveal when the hood comes off? And the only way for it to be a dramatic reveal is if it's a character we already know. I really hate the idea of MoM being Sora. I hope that he isn't him. Plus, I believe that Nomura has said in the past that Sora will always be the hero, although he could always change his mind. But assuming that Sora will always be the hero, the only other person I could see being MoM is Demyx, unless he is a character we haven't been introduced to yet. I suppose there is a chance that MoM is the embodiment of Light, kind of like how we have now been introduced to the embodiment of Darkness, but I don't think that is as likely.
  4. There are a lot of songs that I would have liked in the game, but I would like to focus on the boss themes. For the main boss fights in the game, I would have focused on the different forms of Xehanort: Ansem, Xemnas, Young Xehanort, and Master Xehanort. I would have changed Ansem's theme to Forze Del Male instead of Guardando nel buio, kept Xemnas' theme the same (Darkness of the Unknown), and given Young Xehanort his theme (L'Impeto Oscuro). Then, I would have added one more fight before the final boss fight, which would have been fighting all three of them together to Forza Finale, with each of them attacking you and getting defeated during their part of the theme. For Disney bosses, I would have kept the Maleficent fight and added a Pete fight, which would be fought to Rowdy Rumble. Then, for the final boss fight, I would have added a second phase to it. The first phase would have been to Critical Crossroad, and you would have played as Kairi during it. Then, the second phase would be the same with you playing as Sora to Dark Domination. I also would have added three bonus bosses, Unknown, Lingering Will, and Mysterious Figure. Unknown would have been fought to Disappeared, Lingering Will would have been fought to Rage Awakened, and Mysterious Figure would have been fought to Dark Impetus. There are a lot of other bosses that could be added to this game, but these are the ones that I would add.
  5. Nice list! These are my favorites (I have not played Melody of Memory, so I will not include it in this list; I am also including Back Cover and Dark Road as part of Union χ[Cross]): 1. Kingdom Hearts The reason why I like this game the best is because it makes the best use of Disney and Final Fantasy as well as having the best world exploration. I also loved the story in this game. The platforming could use some work, but other than that, I think the game is fun to play. 2. Kingdom Hearts II The gameplay of this game is second to none, but other than that, I felt that KH1 did almost everything else better. However, it is still a really good game and is definitely the most fun to play out of all of them. 3. Kingdom Hearts III Kingdom Hearts III did so much stuff right. The graphics were beautiful, the worlds were bigger and better than ever, and it had some of the best moments in the entire series. However, it felt less like a finale and more like setup for the next saga, and the stories pacing could have been better. Most of the issues I had with the game were minor, but the thing that I disliked the most was how it ended on a cliffhanger. Thankfully, Re:Mind fixed that for me as well as adding a lot of fun new stuff that almost makes me want to put this game higher on the list, but in the end, I personally like KH1 and KH2 more. 4. Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep I love the use of Disney in this game and story is one of my favorites. I also think that the gameplay is fun. It definitely feels like it deserves to be up there with the numbered titles. 5. Kingdom Hearts [Dream Drop Distance] I do like the use of Disney and the gameplay. However, the story, while I don't think it's bad, does go off the rails a bit with the introduction of time travel. 6. Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- This game was so fun for being so short and did a great job of giving us a taste of what KH3 was going to be like. If it were longer, it would probably be higher on this list. 7. Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] Since all of the updates haven't been released yet at the time of me posting this, I don't know for sure where this game will end up, but for now, this is where it is. I think the gameplay is fun and the story is interesting. However, there is way too much filler and the story does go off the rails some more in my opinion. I also wish that the game focused more on the Keyblade War instead of making that part of the story optional event missions. 8. Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days The story of this game is one of the best, but the gameplay is repetitive and a bit boring. 9. Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories The story is good, but I am not a fan of the gameplay. I also do not like how the worlds are just the same rooms with different skins and that the Disney worlds just retell the same stories from KH1 for the most part. However, I do like how they tweak the Disney stories to do more with the theme of memories. 10. Kingdom Hearts Re:coded The story is not very good, and I found the gameplay to be annoying because of the data gimmick. Plus, the Disney stories are just worse versions of the KH1 stories again, but unlike CoM, these don't really have much to do with the theme of data other than the fact that the Bugs have corrupted their worlds.
  6. Well, if the Dandelions and Union Leaders are the ancient masters, then I think that it would be safe to say that the stories of them vanishing did pass down since the stories of the ancient masters crossing over into another world would have most likely been about that. No matter who the ancient masters are though, I'm sure that some of the Dandelions or Union Leaders who made it back were the ones who told the stories since they would have been the only Keyblade wielders left that we know of who knew about what happened.
  7. This is a good point. However, in the conversation between Xehanort and Eraqus that you quoted, this is what followed: I'm not entirely sure what Xehanort was accusing Eraqus of playing dumb about. Was he accusing Eraqus of pretending not to follow his logic? Was he accusing Eraqus of pretending not to know who the Lost Masters are? It's a little confusing to me, but I think it is possible that he may have been accusing Eraqus of playing dumb about the Lost Masters since they were what Xehanort was talking to him about. That being said, it is also possible that Xehanort heard of the Lost Masters for the first time from the Master of Masters, so maybe he was just accusing Eraqus of not following his line of logic. However, Xehanort's shock in that scene in Re:Mind may have been shock that a Lost Master was right in front of him, not that the Lost Masters existed at all, meaning that he may have already known of them by that time. Long story short, I'm not entirely sure that we can say for sure that no one other than Xehanort knows about the Lost Masters. Additionally, even if no one knows of the Lost Masters, I think it is possible that they still may know them as the ancient masters. I think that they may just not know much about them. They may not have known who the ancient masters were or what they did, they may have just known that they existed and stories of them crossing over into another world may have been one of the only things about them that have been passed down. I may be wrong about all of this, but I think that it is still a possibility. I also think that it is possible that the ancient masters may be referring to the Union Leaders, and I think that there is evidence for and against both possibilities.
  8. This is true. We should never assume that we know where the story is going, but in this case, I think it is safe for us to assume that Ansem the Wise's hypothesis is correct since it seems to be setting up the next game. As for the original question, I think that the ancient masters are most likely referring to either the Foretellers or the Union Leaders. Even though the Foretellers are called the lost masters in KH3, it's possible that this may just be another name for them. Plus, Master Yen Sid only told King Mickey to investigate how the new world relates to ancient masters, not to find them and get help from them. So, even if the Foretellers are helping the Master of Masters, it would not interfere with King Mickey's mission. It is also possible that the Union Leaders are the ancient masters since they are the only ones who we know for sure crossed over into another world. However, what they crossed over into was another worldline, which appears to be part of reality, just an alternate version of it. This does not seem to match up with what Ansem the Wise was describing, so, if I were to make a guess, I would say that the ancient masters are referring to the Foretellers and they were summoned back by Luxu from the other world. Plus, they did fade back into existence, kind of like how Sora faded out of existence, indicating that they may have indeed been returning from the other world.
  9. Yes, I think it is a possibility that many things that are fictional in reality actually exist in unreality. I also think that if this is true, then it would go both ways. What is reality to the people living in one world may be fictional to the people living in the other world and visa versa. Also, even though Ansem the Wise said that it was just a hypothesis, I have no reason to doubt that it is true. After all, why would we be told information that is revealed at the end of game and is clearly setting up for the next game that is not true?
  10. I don't think that just because something is fictional in reality necessarily means that it exists in unreality. I think that all we can say for sure is that something that exists in unreality can manifest in reality as fiction. Also, couldn't Tron also be considered to be a videogame world or sorts? Yet the programs in that world exist in reality and have hearts. Therefore, I don't think we can say for sure that the worlds of Wreck-It Ralph exist in unreality.
  11. I'm not exactly sure what the contract between Disney and Square is like, so I'm not sure if Square would be able to make a Kingdom Hearts game without Disney. Assuming that the Disney stuff would have to stay, I think that if they wanted to remake the game in a way that people would like, they would have to get rid of the gacha elements and make each of the worlds one big map you can travel through and get rid of the missions that have to be done in order to progress. That way, they could get rid of some of the filler missions since you could just walk straight to the next part of the story without having to fight enemies. There could still be some missions to complete, but they would either be directly story related (I can't think of an example off the top of my head that actually happened in the game, so let's just say as an example that the Queen of Hearts orders you to hunt down a specific type of Heartless you have to hunt down all three of them) or just bonus missions (as a side note, I also think that the missions would have to be redone a bit if a remake of 358/2 Days is ever made). If they don't remake the game, then I think the best bet would be for them to make a cutscene movie in the same style as 358/2 Days and Re:coded. That way we get all of the important stuff, but the Disney stuff is still there, just mentioned in summary form.
  12. It could, but I doubt that Disney would want them to release a Kingdom Hearts game that has no Disney stuff in it.
  13. He could be planning something like that. I guess we will just have to wait and see.
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