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Dagesh Lene

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  1. Do you think that there is a chance that we will not even see the Master of Masters? We might learn his name, but it might be possible that we never see him or his Keyblade. With Luxu's Keyblade being the oldest one in existence (meaning that the other Keyblades from that time might no longer be around) and the Master of Masters disappearing (and Luxu appears to not want to reveal his location), that just seems to me that it is possible that we will never see him.
  2. Spoilers for Kingdom Hearts X [chi], Birth by Sleep, re:coded, and Dream Drop Distance:
  3. That is a good point. Maybe I just misinterpreted the translation. Maybe the official translation will make it clearer.
  4. What you said. Also, it seems like the lost page reveals that the Master of Masters wants the Keyblade War to happen, and it's Luxu's mission to make sure that everything goes according to the Master of Masters' plan, after which he will go to the future and "inherit the secret", whatever that means.
  5. To me, it looks like the man in the black coat who is talking to Ira is just stretching. I personally don't think that is a different personality. Also, I still personally think that their voices sound way too similar, but maybe that's just my problem. I guess we will find out when the game comes out this winter. I never thought that Nomura was lying. It just comes down to whether or not there is more than one person in a black coat in the trailer. Also, since Nomura himself said that the Master of Masters "has a sort of unusual mood to him", doesn't that mean that Ira is talking to the Master of Masters, since he looks more laid back and easygoing, which is not what a Master is usually like in this series? I also found this, which not only shows screenshots of two of the three clips that show a man in a black coat on the same page, implying that they are the same person, but also says at the top, "The one who holds the key to this story is the Foretellers' Master in the black coat. He seems so unusual, telling this young man who wants to save the world, 'It's useless.'": http://kh13.com/forum/gallery/image/42915-master-of-masters/ So, I still personally think that there is just one person in a black coat, meaning that the Master of Masters possessed Luxu. However, if the man in the black coat who had the different zipper is a different person, my guess is that it was just a clip from the past, before the Master of Masters and Luxu disappeared, and that the Master of Masters has now possessed Luxu, meaning that there is now just one person in a black coat. However, those are just my thoughts. I could be completely wrong. Thanks! It looks like I was wrong. That was not a man in a black coat. That was Invi (or at least I agree that it looks the most like Invi). So, now the question is, "Why was she there?" If I had to take a guess, either she just happened to be there at that time, or, since the camera pan seemed to imply that she had something to do with King Mickey being there, maybe she was hoping that King Mickey could help prevent the end of the world, so she used her copy of the Book of Prophecies to bring him there or something like that.
  6. I never would have caught the zipper thing! That definitely gives more evidence toward there being two people in black coats. The only thing I could possibly think of to explain this is that Square-Enix just changed the design later. However, I have no evidence to back that up. I still think that their voices are way too similar in the trailer. Also, whereas the builds of the Foretellers all look different, the builds of the people in the black coats in the trailer (if they are different people) look exactly the same to me. I personally just do not think that they are two different people, but I could be wrong. I am completely in the dark on this one. Could you please explain how you came to that conclusion? If you ever find it again, can you please tell me? I did not know about this at all and would like to see why people think this, because I personally can't see it.
  7. I completely agree with you there. Since, in my opinion, we have no reason to believe that there are two people in black coats, the man in the black coat must be the Master of Masters, since Nomura told Famitsu that he was. However, since, in this update, we found out that the man in the black coat is Luxu, the sixth apprentice, it seems to me that the most logical way to make sense of what the update revealed and what Nomura said is that the Master of Masters possessed Luxu. Luxu doesn't have a copy of the Book of Prophecies. He said so himself in the update. I believe that, since the Master of Masters has an eye to see into the future, he didn't need a copy of the Book of Prophecies, if the Master of Masters did indeed possess him. I don't think Master Xehanort was talking about surviving the original Keyblade War. I think he was talking about surviving the next Keyblade War, the one he was planning on starting in Birth by Sleep before Aqua and Ventus destroyed the imperfect X-Blade. However, that does not rule out the option that he did exist that long ago. I personally just don't think that he did, since he doesn't seem to have much knowledge on it (he said to Eraqus, "We know so little about the Keyblade War--only that it was just the beginning"). That being said, from what I can gather about what Luxu was saying, Luxu's mission sounds a lot like Master Xehanort's plan: watch to make sure that the Keyblade War happens, and then go to the future to "inherit the secret". Maybe there is a connection there somehow.
  8. While it is a definite possibility that there is more than one person in a black coat, we have gotten no hints whatsoever to there being more than one. Therefore, I personally do not think that there is. However, I could be wrong. Major spoilers for Kingdom Hearts X [chi]:
  9. That is definitely a possibility. However, I personally don't think that there are more than one, because we never got any sort of hint at all that there are more than one. But you could be right. That is another possibility! I don't think that Nomura was lying either. I just put down an extreme other explanation, because that's the only other explanation I could think of at the time. Major spoilers for Kingdom Hearts X [chi]:
  10. Spoilers for Kingdom Hearts 1, Riku's story in Chain of Memories, and maybe slight spoilers for re:coded and Dream Drop Distance:
  11. Spoilers for Birth by Sleep (if you haven't played it yet):
  12. This is a very interesting idea. I actually kind of want to see this happen. I doubt that it will end up happening, but it would be interesting if it did.
  13. I suppose it is possible. Master Xehanort himself said in his forth report in Birth by Sleep, "And when Kingdom Hearts is complete, it is said that the one who opens its door will bring about the creation of the Next World." So, maybe that is what the "Dandelions" did. However, Master Xehanort also said in the same report, "To this day, no one has ever managed to open the door to Kingdom Hearts." He also says in his ninth report, "As a boy, I dreamed of seeing the farthest reaches of the World. If I only went far enough, there had to be a world out there in which no one had ever before set foot. And now I know of just such a world. If I become the first to open Kingdom Hearts' door, I can create a Next World in which light and darkness exist in perfect equilibrium." I am not saying that it is impossible, because it is possible that, even though he knows that the World was rebuilt, he does not know how the World was rebuilt, other than that the light in the hearts of children did it. However, it seems to me that Master Xehanort knows what he is talking about. So, I personally do not think that the "Dandelions" went to Kingdom Hearts, but then again, I could be wrong.
  14. Okay then. I respect your opinion. Can you please respect mine?
  15. You don't have to like it. I am just explaining why I like it.
  16. That may be, but it still served as inspiration for making the movie about cars. Also, it wasn't just that that inspired John Lasseter, it was also the old fashioned road trip that he took with his family down Route 66. While a major part of the movie is Lightning McQueen learning that life isn't all about him and to care for others, I wouldn't say that is the theme of the movie. John Lasseter came up with the idea for the movie during his road trip, when he was reminded that the journey in life is the reward, not the destination. And as I watch the movie, I see that present throughout it. So, I would say that is the theme, to take life slower and enjoy the simpler things in life instead of always focusing on where you are going in life and getting there as fast as possible. In a world of instant gratification, I would say that is a very good theme.
  17. To help clarify for Hero of Light XIV, are you saying that there is nothing special about Cars unlike the other Pixar films? That, unlike the other films where there was a point to making them toys or bugs or fish or robots, there was no point to making them cars? I respect your opinion, and everyone else's who didn't like Cars. However, there was a reason for making the movie about cars. John Lasseter said he came up for the idea for Cars when he went on an old fashioned road trip with his family down Route 66, and he said that it reminded him that the journey in life is the reward, not the destination. I think that Cars is a creative way to show that message, since it is about a racecar that learns to slow down and enjoy the simpler things. John Lasseter also said that the two sides of his family inspired it, because his dad was a parts manager at a Chevy dealership and his mom was an art teacher. He said that it represented his love for cartoons and animation, so it merged the two worlds together. So, I do personally think that there is good inspiration for this movie to be about cars, and I also think that it has a good theme and it is creative in the way it gets that theme across. Now, I don't think that means that everyone has to like the movie, but I think that it shows that it was more than just a soulless attempt to make a popular franchise and to sell merchandise.
  18. Spoilers for Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories, re:coded (if you have not watched the new cutscenes in Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX), and Unchained X:
  19. Don't worry! I'm with you! As for why everyone seems to hate Cars, I think it is more the story than anything else. From what I can tell, it doesn't seem quite up to the usual Pixar standards to most people. I don't agree with that, but that is just my opinion. Everyone has different tastes, and mine happen to include Cars.
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