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  1. While I think that Toy Story is enough for Kingdom Hearts III, and while I think that both Monsters, Inc. and The Incredibles would make better worlds, I have to vote for A Bug's Life. I feel like I am one of the few people who really like that movie, and when I came up with my own Kingdom Hearts idea many years ago, I included both Toy Story and A Bug's Life as worlds.
  2. I think that there is a chance that Sora, Donald, and Goofy will change appearance in a few of these potential worlds. The ones where they have to change appearance would be the worlds of Finding Nemo, Cars, and Robin Hood, since the plots of these movies take place in a world of animals (and while Finding Nemo does have humans in it, they would need to be turned into fish of some kind in order to partake in the story). The other one I think we could see them change appearance in (and the one that I picked because I like the idea of it appearing in Kingdom Hearts III the most) is the world of Monsters, Inc. If they want to keep the world order, I feel that they would have to change their appearance into monsters. However, if they kept their normal appearances in this world, it could lead to some interesting story developments, since Mike and Sulley would not only have to keep Boo a secret, but also Sora, Donald, and Goofy.
  3. I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw that scene in the trailer. I think that Young Xehanort is indeed trying to find someone who was once a darkness to be the thirteenth vessel. Before I give my thought on who it could be, here are the characters who used to be darknesses who have not been confirmed or denied to be a part of the true Organization XIII: 1. Demyx 2. Larxene 3. Luxord 4. Marluxia 5. Roxas 6. Sora (I know that Sora has been confirmed to not be a darkness, but I included him on this list because, since he could still be vulnerable to darkness, and since he was chosen to be the thirteenth member in Dream Drop Distance, Master Xehanort could be trying to reclaim him) 7. Terra (we don't know what his fate currently is, and since Xehanort returned in Dream Drop Distance as Master Xehanort and not Terra-Xehanort, like he should have since Terra-Xehanort was the one who became a Heartless and a Nobody, it is possible that Terra found a way to kick Master Xehanort out of his heart and now Master Xehanort wants to reclaim him) 8. Vanitas 9. Ventus (when he was controlled by Vanitas) 10. Xion (I didn't include Lexaeus, Vexen, Xaldin, or Zexion because, since we found out that they are all alright in Dream Drop Distance, and since Xigbar was only told by Young Xehanort to bring one of the apprentices, who was Saix, with them, I am fairly certain that they are safe from Master Xehanort) It seems that Young Xehanort thinks Andy's darkness is what brings his toys to life. He must be trying to find out how this is possible in order to reclaim their missing darkness. The best reason I can think of as to why he wants to learn how this is possible is that he must be trying to use this connection to bring one of their former darknesses back to life (the only other character who is currently still alive who Young Xehanort could be referring to when he talks of emptiness is Ventus, but I think Young Xehanort referring to bringing a darkness back to life is more likely). That narrows it down to Roxas, Vanitas, and Xion. I think that there is evidence for Xion, but I think that she is the least likely of the three to be the one that Young Xehanort was referring to, which just leaves Roxas and Vanitas. I'm torn on this one, because, on the one hand, it sounds like Vanitas is the obvious choice since he was teased to return in Dream Drop Distance and his name literally means "emptiness", but on the other hand, Xemnas seemed to be encouraging Sora to use the darkness to bring Roxas back in the previous trailer (even if we now know, thanks to a recent interview with Nomura, that Xemnas was just explaining to Sora what he would need to do to exist at the same time as Roxas). My head says, "Vanitas," but my heart says, "Roxas." So, since I would not be a very good Kingdom Hearts fan if I didn't listen to my heart, I have to go with Roxas for now.
  4. I think that a lot of these Disney villains should/could have been a boss in the KH series (in fact, I have imagined what a lot of those boss fights would be like when I have written my own KH stories in the past), but since I have to only choose one of them, I think that the Disney villain who would make the best boss out of all of them is the Evil Queen/the Witch because I imagine her using magic and throwing spells at you, which I think would be a cool boss fight.
  5. I noticed that the last few Kingdom Hearts III trailers have not showcased Attraction Flow when that was a big selling point in the earlier trailers. I don't know if I'm overthinking this or not, but is it possible that Square-Enix has gotten rid of Attraction Flow? I'm sure that the game will be amazing with or without it, but Attraction Flow was one of the things that I was most excited for. I hope that it's still in the game and they just aren't focusing on it right now. Maybe they just don't want to show off too much of it or something? What do you guys think? UPDATE: Nomura has confirmed that Attraction Flow is still in the game. They just avoided showing it off more because they feared that they had shown it too much already.
  6. I think that it is either in the Keyblade Graveyard or Castle Oblivion (if the theory that Luxu was the teacher of Xehanort and Eraqus, or at least that he taught Keyblade wielders at the Land of Departure at some point in the past, is true), but I think I have to go with the Keyblade Graveyard.
  7. I have to go with Mysterio. Although I don't think that he is the best Spider-Man villain, I think that he would be the best Kingdom Hearts III boss. I think that fighting a villain who is a master of illusions would be cool in any videogame, and since the Kingdom Hearts series is no stranger to having boss fights that are spectacles, I think that Mysterio would be the perfect Spider-Man boss for Kingdom Hearts III.
  8. I'm one of those odd people who look forward to the story more than the gameplay.
  9. I personally hope that we don't have one (unless it is just bonus content that isn't hinting at a new saga), and it's for the same reason that I hope that we don't have a secret boss that teases the villain of the next saga: I personally want the focus of Kingdom Hearts III to completely be on wrapping up the Dark Seeker Saga. I was fine with all of the other games in the Dark Seeker Saga hinting at what was coming next because all of those games were leading up to something. However, because Kingdom Hearts III is the ending of the Dark Seeker Saga, I want it to feel like it is the end of a saga, and if there is a secret boss, secret ending, or something else that hints at the next saga, I feel like the hints toward the future will take away from the ending. That's just my opinion though. If they do end up including something that hints toward the next saga, I'm sure that I will still love Kingdom Hearts III.
  10. Spoilers for Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover, Re:coded, and Dream Drop Distance:
  11. Since this trailer revealed to us that we are getting more information at D23 instead of E3 (or at least I assume that this means that we are getting no new information at E3), this confirms for me that Disney is working close with Square-Enix on Kingdom Hearts III (as if that wasn't made known already when Roy Conli announced the Tangled and Big Hero 6 worlds and how closely they would be working with Square-Enix), and this also gives me hope that Disney truly is recognizing how popular the Kingdom Hearts series is.
  12. I do not expect to see a release date, but I do expect to see a release window at the end of a new trailer.
  13. My favorite Donald moment in Kingdom Hearts is when he wakes Goofy up with lightning to tell him about King Mickey's letter and finds out from Goofy shortly after that that Queen Minnie and Daisy are standing right behind him.
  14. The Home Video Story There are lots of moments in my family's home videos in which funny things happen, but the one that stands out to me is this one: I was two years old and standing on a chair in my room in order to look out of the window. My sister, who was around one year old, was playing right below me. Suddenly, she fell down and started crying. My dad, who was recording us, started to move over to her to help her. I reached down to help her up as well, but as I tried to help her up, I lost my balance and fell off of the chair. For some reason, this became one of my family's favorite home videos to watch, and, even though this was only a short part of a much longer home video, it was actually known in our family for a while as the video where I fell off the chair. The Bird in the Movie Theatre Story I also have a lot of funny stories about working at a movie theatre, but this is the one that stands out to me the most: One of the assistant managers at the theatre told me that a bird had gotten into the compact room and told me to chase it out. Now the door to the compact room automatically locked when it closed, so we had been told to keep it propped open when we entered it, otherwise we would have to walk out the back doors and walk all the way around the back of the theatre and back to the main entrance in order to get back in. Because of this, I kept the door propped open as I tried to chase the bird out of the back doors. That was a mistake. The bird got into the back hall, which is huge, and I nervously went to tell the assistant manager what had happened. As soon as I told her, I went back into the back hall with all of the managers and assistant managers who were working at the time, and we all tried to chase the bird out of the back doors. We eventually got it out somehow, but it took an army of movie theatre workers to do so.
  15. I completely agree with you. I would be more surprised if Kingdom Hearts III wasn't at E3. I almost feel as if Square-Enix needs to reveal something to appease the fans. I don't want Square-Enix to reveal anything that they aren't ready to reveal yet, but I have a feeling that we will get both a trailer and a release window. Maybe we will even get a new world announced. I won't get upset if what I expect to see isn't there though, but here's hoping for something good.
  16. With E3 rapidly approaching, I thought that it would be fun to list what I expect to see in Kingdom Hearts III. So, here we go. 1. All of the worlds that we visit will have to do with saving those who have been thought to be lost forever Since a focus of Kingdom Hearts III will be saving those tied to Sora who have been thought to be lost forever, I think that there is a possibility that all of the worlds that we visit will have that same theme. The worlds that have been revealed so far can certainly fit that theme (the story in the Tangled world will probably be about reuniting Rapunzel with her parents, the story in the Big Hero 6 world has been revealed to be about the original Baymax returning and being corrupted by darkness, and, if Olympus Coliseum is tackling the story elements that have not been explored yet from the Hercules movie, the story in Olympus Coliseum could be about saving Meg from the Underworld after she sacrifices herself to save Hercules), and a lot of the worlds that people are speculating to appear can certainly fit that theme too (the Toy Story world would probably be about getting Woody and Buzz back to Andy after they get lost and the Frozen world would probably cover saving Anna with an act of true love after she becomes completely frozen). I think that this would be a good way to make the worlds that we visit feel connected to the story without having Master Xehanort appear in every single world looking for more seekers of darkness or something like that. 2. Maleficent and Pete get their hands on the Book of Prophecies We know that Maleficent and Pete are looking for a connection between Jiminy's Journal and the Book of Prophecies, and I think that it is safe to assume that they will end up finding the Book of Prophecies and try to use its power against us (which could make for an awesome boss fight). I am still thinking that the Book of Prophecies might be Jiminy's Journal (I just think that it could be based on how Maleficent is looking for a connection between Jiminy's Journal and the Book of Prophecies), but I doubt that will actually end up being the case. 3. One or more of the foretellers will appear We have already heard Young Xehanort talk about the "lost masters" in the Kingdom Hearts III trailers, saying that they were the ones who started the Keyblade War. I don't think that anyone other than the foretellers can fit this description (unless there is something that hasn't been revealed to us yet). We also know that Riku and King Mickey will be searching for previous Keyblade wielders. I am guessing that among these previous Keyblade wielders will be the foretellers. And speaking of the previous Keyblade wielders that Riku and King Mickey will be searching for... 4. Some of the other Union χ[Cross] characters will appear I personally think that Ephemer and Skuld seem to have become too important to be left out of Kingdom Hearts III. I also think that they (and possibly some of the other original characters introduced in Union χ) will be among the previous Keyblade wielders that Riku and King Mickey will be searching for. 5. The Master of Masters' true intentions will be revealed While we have been told that the Master of Masters will not show up in Kingdom Hearts III, that doesn't mean that we won't feel his presence in one way or another (he may even be revealed to be Master Xehanort or something like that for all we know, which would mean that he technically wouldn't be in the game, since he would be revealed to be a different character). The way that Back Cover ended definitely made it seem like the Master of Masters was up to something. The question is: what is it? All we know is that is has something to do with what is in the box. And speaking of what is in the box... 6. Master Xehanort's secret agenda involves finding and opening the box Xigbar has been hinting at a secret agenda that Master Xehanort hasn't revealed to anyone. We now know that someone will be after the box in Kingdom Hearts III, so I bet that Master Xehanort will be searching for it as part of his secret agenda. I have no idea what this secret agenda could be since it seems like Master Xehanort has devoted his entire life to nothing but creating a World that is equal in light and darkness. There is only one guess that I have... 7. Master Xehanort's secret agenda is to basically become a god Master Xehanort may not just want to create the Next World, but to rule the Next World, since he wrote in his fourth report in Birth by Sleep, "And when Kingdom Hearts is complete, it is said the one who opens its door will bring about the creation of the Next World. Such a feat is above any human. Or, to put it a different way: whoever opens that door will be reborn as something far greater than human." This also makes sense, since Xehanort is obsessed with gaining knowledge. What is the best way to become all-knowing? Become a god. Whatever is in the box may help him achieve this, but someone else may be after the box... 8. We will finally find out who the traitor is Back Cover seemed like it was going to reveal who the traitor was, but it never did. Does this mean that there never was a traitor and the Master of Masters was just trying to get the foretellers to turn against each other, or does this mean that the traitor is yet to be revealed? Gula revealed to Ava that the Lost Page "contains a passage about an inevitable betrayal." And he said that "it talks about 'the one who bears the sigil'." There is only one thing that this could mean: the Recusant's Sigil. I think that the Lost Page was talking about a betrayal that will come from within the seekers of darkness, someone who is going to end up betraying Master Xehanort. I think that the most likely candidate for this is Xigbar. He has even said straight out that he has his own plans. I think that Xigbar will spend Kingdom Hearts III trying to find out what Master Xehanort's secret agenda is (since he has already been shown to be interested in finding out what it is), and I think that he will try to open the box instead of Master Xehanort once he finds out what Master Xehanort's secret agenda is. 9. Demyx, Luxord, Marluxia, Larxene, and Vanitas will be seekers of darkness There isn't much more to say. I expect these five to be some of the unknown seekers of darkness. Speaking of characters that I expect to see as seekers of darkness... 10. Terra and/or Ventus will be a seeker of darkness We know that Master Xehanort has Riku, King Mickey, Terra, Aqua, or Ventus as one of his seekers of darkness since Master Xehanort himself said so in Dream Drop Distance. We can obviously take Riku and King Mickey off of that list, and I think that it is safe to take Aqua off of that list since she had pretty much been confirmed to still be trapped in the Realm of Darkness. That just leaves Terra and Ventus. I think that Master Xehanort was referring to Terra since he had possessed him at the end of Birth by Sleep. However, since we did see Master Xehanort return as Master Xehanort instead of Terra-Xehanort (who he should have returned as since Terra-Xehanort is the one who became Ansem and Xemnas), maybe Nomura is going to try to shock us all by having Terra actually be free of Master Xehanort's control (since he said he told Master Xehanort that he would find a way to kick him out of his heart) while the sleeping Ventus had been found and turned into a seeker of darkness. We know that Master Xehanort was searching for the Chamber of Waking for that very reason, so maybe he succeeded. Or, maybe both Terra and Ventus will be seekers of darkness. I don't think that both of them will be seekers of darkness, but I am confident that at least one of them will be. 11. All those tied to Sora will become their own people Of all of the things that I have included in this list, this seems like one of the most likely things to happen, in my opinion. I feel like it is almost all but confirmed that those tied to Sora will become their own people, but there is still a chance that they don't. However, while Sora saving those tied to him doesn't necessarily mean that they will become their own people, I think that it is less likely that they don't become their own people. 12. Sora will finally become a Keyblade Master I know that Nomura said that he didn't have Sora become a Keyblade Master at the end of Dream Drop Distance because he wanted Sora to be relatable. However, I think that we will see Sora become a Keyblade Master, and he will get his new clothes as a reward (or maybe he just gets new clothes since that tends to happen a lot). 13. Sora and Kairi will finally become an official couple It is basically all but confirmed that Sora and Kairi both like each other. I think that since the credits to Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue showed a lot of Sora and Kairi together during the part of the credits when we were being shown all of the couples in the series, and since they were the last clips we saw in the credits, I think that they were hinting at Sora and Kairi finally becoming an official couple in Kingdom Hearts III. And it's about time too (if they do, that is). So, that is what I currently expect to see in Kingdom Hearts III. I do have other theories as to what might happen, but I am not sure if they will appear or not, so I did not include them in this list. What do you guys think of my list, and what do you expect to see in Kingdom Hearts III?
  17. I wanted to vote for Vincent since he was planned for KH1 and all, but then I thought to myself, "Do you know who I would love to see more? Barret." So, I voted for Barret.
  18. Squirrel Girl, but only if we get this scene:
  19. Remember, the unnamed Marvel IP Project is also listed as a game that will be released in the next three years or so, bringing the total number of games up to three. Because there are three games listed to be released in the next three years or so, we may get one game released each year. So, based on everything we have heard so far, if I were to make a guess, I would say that Kingdom Hearts III will be released in 2018, Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released in 2019, and the currently unnamed Marvel IP Project will be released in 2020.
  20. I think that it is difficult to describe these characters with just one trait or to pick out the main one that they embody, but I will try my best. Sora - I think the best way to describe Sora is his kindness to others. I think that you can trace most of his other traits, such as his optimism and his gullibility, back to how well he treats others, as he is extremely willing to trust and forgive anyone to the point that it can become a weakness. Riku - I think the best way to describe Riku is his loyalty to his friends. Because of his loyalty, you always see him doing whatever it takes to protect his friends, even if it means putting his own life at risk. Kairi - I think the best way to describe Kairi is courageous. She is very caring and kindhearted, and, while she has not mastered combat as of yet, she is willing to put herself on the line for her friends. She is very determined and shows confidence in everything she does. Ventus - To me, Ventus is a lot like Sora. I think the best way to describe how he is different is that he comes across as more childlike. He looks up to Terra and Aqua and is willing to do whatever it takes to protect them. Aqua - I think the best way to describe Aqua is motherly. She is kind and gentle, especially to those who are younger than her, but she is also overprotective and can get strict, especially when it comes to dealing with her friends, Terra and Ventus. Terra - I think the best way to describe Terra is his desire to become stronger. He thinks that strength will overcome the darkness in his heart. He tells Cinderella that "strength of heart will carry you through the hardest of trials". No doubt his desire for strength is also motivated by his desire to always be there for his friends. Roxas - I think the best way to describe Roxas is reserved, but he opens up with his friends. He is very melancholy and it seems like the only times when we see Roxas showing a lot of emotion is when he is angry. Xion - To me, Xion seems a lot like Roxas. I think the best way to describe how she is different is that she is shy and willing to do what is necessary for the best of everyone. Lea - I think the best way to describe Lea is cocky and his loyalty to his friends. Much like Riku, he is shown to be willing to do just about anything to protect and, in the case of Roxas, even bring back the ones he cares about. Master Eraqus - I think the best way to describe Master Eraqus is devoted. He is devoted to his responsibilities as a Keyblade Master and is devoted to doing whatever it takes to ensure the light is protected, even if it means putting other people's lives at risk. He is also very devoted to his pupils to the point that he treats them like his own children and wishes to see them succeed. Master Xehanort - I think the best way to describe Master Xehanort is cunning. He is a master manipulator and seems to be able to plan for every possible outcome. He believes that darkness is nothing to fear and that the World needs to be equal in light and darkness. Vanitas - I think the best way to describe Vanitas is cruel. He is cruel not only in words but also in his actions. He tears people down with his words and does horrible things, such as breaking Terra's old wooden Keyblade that he gave to Ventus in two, right in front of those who would care. Hopefully, this helps.
  21. Even though he hasn't appeared in a Kingdom Hearts game yet, I would give a Keyblade to Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, because, since we got to see a rivalry between Mickey and Oswald in Epic Mickey, I think that it would be cool to see that rivalry again in the Kingdom Hearts series (for at least part of one game) and see them fight each other with Keyblades.
  22. While there might be instances in which we get to control other characters for a limited amount of time (like when we got to control King Mickey and Riku in Kingdom Hearts II), I don't think that we will get to play as anyone other than Sora. However, if we do get to play as another character, I expect them to be either Young Eraqus or Young Xehanort in a flashback at the beginning of the game (which will probably serve as a tutorial, like Roxas' time in the digital Twilight Town did in the beginning of Kingdom Hearts II).
  23. In my opinion, I do not want to see the next saga's antagonist to be a secret boss in Kingdom Hearts III. I don't want there to be any hints toward the next saga at all. I don't want any unanswered questions or anything that make it feels like there is more to the story. Everything has been building up to Kingdom Hearts III, and I want a satisfying ending that says, "This is the end of the saga", not an ending that says, "But wait! There's more!" True, Kingdom Hearts III could still give us a satisfying ending while also including a hint of what's to come, but I feel like if Square Enix did that, then it would take away from the ending of Kingdom Hearts III, because it wouldn't feel like a real ending anymore, just another chapter in a story.
  24. Just from reading your titles, Superman: Doomsday, The Justice League: The Legion of Doom, Superman/Batman: World's Finest, and Wonder Woman: Olympus all remind me of similar story ideas that I came up with for my own DC Shared Universe at one time. I guess great minds think alike.
  25. I know that the Book of Prophecies is only able to conjure from the future. Sorry, I wasn't clear when I said that the Book of Prophecies has the ability to create worlds. To explain my line of thought further, I am thinking that the Book of Prophecies conjured the worlds into existence because the worlds exist in the future, and the worlds exist in the future because the Book of Prophecies conjured the worlds into existence. So, I think that it's like a big, never-ending loop. You can't have one event without the other. That being said, I do think that you could be right. It might just be the light of the children that rebuilt the World. However, since the Master of Masters mentioned that the Book of Prophecies is shaping the next world in many ways, I think that he was hinting at its involvement in the rebuilding of the World.
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