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  1. I think you're right. I don't think I stopped to think things through completely. So, this is now who I think will be in the guardians of light and seekers of darkness: Guardians of Light 1. King Mickey 2. Sora 3. Riku 4. Kairi 5. Lea 6. Ventus 7. Terra Seekers of Darkness 1. Master Xehanort 2. Young Xehanort 3. Vanitas 4. Ansem, Seeker of Darkness 5. Xemnas 6. Braig/Xigbar 7. Isa/Saix 8. Luxord 9. Marluxia 10. Larxene 11. Roxas 12. Aqua 13. Data-Riku This is what makes the most sense to me right now. So, this is what I'm sticking with until more information shows up that makes me change my mind or until I'm proven wrong (which is what will probably end up happening; in fact, I will be surprised if I am not proven wrong).
  2. There's no need to get upset. I know very well that I could be completely wrong. In fact, I'm expecting to be. When I watched the trailer, I thought that Demyx eyes were closed. Now that you point that out to me, I can see his yellow eyes. I'm still not sure if Vexen and Demyx are seekers of darkness though. It just seems strange to me that Demyx is returning to Radiant Garden with someone, to the same room where Ienzo is, and appears to be talking to Ienzo as he does so when we know that Ienzo is not a seeker of darkness and is, in fact, helping Sora, Donald, and Goofy. Since it seems that Ansem the Wise may have been able to alter his appearance as DiZ (since his skin was a darker shade and he didn't appear to have a beard anymore), maybe he did the same to Vexen and Demyx. It's a stretch, but I think that it's at least a possibility. I really don't think we know for sure who the seekers of darkness are yet. If it is the thirteen you say, then who was Ansem and Xigbar talking about? They were talking about destroying someone if that person strays from the path, which would mean they would need another vessel. I don't think they could have been talking about any of those thirteen unless one of the thirteen is the replacement for the one they were talking about and they ended up having to destroy the original member. When we look at the pieces on the chessboard at the beginning of the trailer, the piece that Young Xehanort sets down to declare a checkmate most looks like the Keychain on the Ends of the Earth Keyblade, which is Terra's Keyblade. This could mean that Terra is one of the seekers of darkness. Either that, or it's the Lingering Will. Also, just because we haven't seen Terra and Aqua wearing black coats doesn't mean they aren't seekers of darkness. Vanitas isn't wearing a black coat in this trailer, but we know that he's a seeker of darkness. But again, these are just my thoughts on what has been revealed so far. It is very likely that I am wrong, and I am fully expecting to be wrong.
  3. I think that there are lots of things we still don't know. When I watch all of these trailers, I still feel like I know nothing. We have gotten a lot, yes, but I don't think we've gotten enough to spoil the entire game for us.
  4. The extended version of the Big Hero 6 trailer made me rethink who the guardians of light and thirteen darknesses will be. I decided to start by listing everyone who is either a Xehanort (Master Xehanort and Young Xehanort), a form of Xehanort (Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, and Xemnas), or has something associated with Xehanort (yellow eyes, silver hair, black coat). I decided to list when a character has yellow eyes, silver hair, and/or a black coat, even for characters who are Xehanort or a form of Xehanort. 1. Ansem, Seeker of Darkness - Yellow Eyes - Silver Hair - Black Coat 2. Xemnas - Yellow Eyes - Silver Hair - Black Coat 3. Young Xehanort - Yellow Eyes - Silver Hair - Black Coat 4. Marluxia - Yellow Eyes - Black Coat 5. Vanitas - Black Coat 6. Larxene - Yellow Eyes - Black Coat 7. Aqua - Yellow Eyes - Silver Hair 8. Braig/Xigbar - Yellow Eye - Black Coat 9. Luxord - Yellow Eyes - Black Coat 10. Even/Vexen - Yellow Eyes - Black Coat 11. Demyx - Black Coat 12. Data-Riku (we don't know for sure if this is Data-Riku yet) - Yellow Eyes - Silver Hair (Data-Riku already had silver hair) - Black Coat (Data-Riku already wore a black coat) 13. Master Xehanort - Yellow Eyes - Silver Hair 14. Ansem the Wise - Black Coat 15. Isa/Saix - Yellow Eyes (we don't see his eyes in the trailer, but thanks to Dream Drop Distance, we know he has yellow eyes) - Black Coat 16. Terra - Yellow Eyes (we don't see his eyes in the trailer, but I think it is safe to assume that he still has yellow eyes if he still has silver hair) - Silver Hair 17. Roxas - Black Coat Obviously, all of these characters can't be seekers of darkness. There can only be thirteen. So, who can we rule out? I think we can rule out Even/Vexen, even though he has yellow eyes. He was one of the people who appeared as a complete person again in Radiant Garden in Dream Drop Distance. In one of the new cutscenes added to the Re:coded movie in Kingdom Hearts 2.5, Braig asks Young Xehanort who he should take with him of those who returned as complete people in Radiant Garden. We didn't hear who Young Xehanort told Braig to bring with him, but we know that Isa ended up being missing in Dream Drop Distance and was revealed to be one of the seekers of darkness at the end of the game. Because of this. I think it is safe to rule Even out as a seeker of darkness. And since Even is talking to Demyx, I think that it is safe to assume that Demyx isn't a seeker of darkness either. However, if Even isn't a seeker of darkness, why does he have yellow eyes? I think that he might be trying to infiltrate the seekers of darkness and to do so his eyes were turned yellow in order to fool the seekers of darkness. But why would he be doing this? I think that he is following the orders of Ansem the Wise. We see Demyx return to Radiant Garden through a Corridor of Darkness with Ienzo in front of him. We also see Ansem the Wise approach Ienzo. If Ansem the Wise, Ienzo, and Demyx are all in Radiant Garden, I think that they are working together. And since we see Even talking to Demyx about someone's plan, I think that the person with the plan is Ansem the Wise, and Even is also working with him. I also think that we can rule out Aqua. We briefly see her out of the Realm of Darkness and not corrupted by darkness, which I think means that she has been saved by this point in the game. And if she's been saved by this point in the game, then I don't think she will be one of the seekers of darkness. So, that's four characters who have been ruled out, which leaves us with thirteen characters: 1. Ansem, Seeker of Darkness 2. Xemnas 3. Young Xehanort 4. Marluxia 5. Vanitas 6. Larxene 7. Braig/Xigbar 8. Luxord 9. Data-Riku (?) 10. Master Xehanort 11. Isa/Saix 12. Terra 13. Roxas (?) I'm not going to try to figure out who the guardians of light are because I feel like I don't have enough to go on, but these are who I think the seekers of darkness will be. What do you guys think?
  5. The extended version of the Big Hero 6 trailer has been released, and there is a lot in this trailer! Here are some of my thoughts on what was shown: Larxene tells Sora, Donald, and Goofy that they have all thirteen seekers of darkness. Do they actually have all thirteen seekers of darkness, or was she lying? It is also possible that what she meant was that they know who all thirteen seekers of darkness are going to be, but they might not necessarily have all of them yet. However, it's not like they need to find a lot of people. We know thanks to Dream Drop Distance that they only need one more seeker of darkness, so maybe they actually do have all thirteen seekers of darkness by that point in the game. Also, we don't know at what point in the game we visit Arendelle. If we visit it later in the game, then it would be very believable that they have found their thirteenth seeker of darkness. Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, talks about destroying someone if he wanders from the path they lay. Xigbar responds by telling him that if they did that, they would need to find another vessel. Were they talking about Sora or not? It is also possible that they were talking about Sora, but the vessel that Xigbar was talking about is someone connected to Sora's heart, meaning that if they have to destroy Sora, they wouldn't be able to make the person connected to his heart a vessel, be that person Roxas, Ventus, or Xion. Vexen talks to Demyx about someone's plan. What is this plan that Vexen is talking about? Are they following someone's plan, and if so, whose plan? Also, they are both wearing black coats, but what is really surprising is that Vexen has yellow eyes. Does this mean that Vexen is a seeker of darkness? Does that also mean that Demyx is a seeker of darkness? What I think is that Vexen and Demyx are not seekers of darkness. Since we see both Demyx and Ansem the Wise appear in Radiant Garden in front of Ienzo, I think that Vexen and Demyx are following the plan of Ansem the Wise. This plan might involve infiltrating the seekers of darkness, which would explain why Vexen has yellow eyes (they aren't really yellow eyes; they are fake eyes that are meant to fool the seekers of darkness). I also think that part of Ansem the Wise's plan is to rescue Ventus. We see Demyx return to Radiant Garden, and he seems to be carrying someone in a white robe. The only person we have seen in a white robe like that is Ventus. Finally, Vanitas appears to have found Ventus in the Land of Departure, which means that Castle Oblivion must have turned back into the Land of Departure somehow. Vanitas isn't wearing his black coat in the Land of Departure. Is that significant or not? We also see him seemingly about to kill Aqua. The fact that Aqua is no longer in the Realm of Darkness and is not corrupted by darkness leads me to believe that Aqua has been saved by this point in the game. In addition, we see a bright light behind Aqua. Is that the Keyhole that she used to transform the Land of Departure into Castle Oblivion or something else? It could even be Ventus. But these are just my thoughts. What do you guys think?
  6. I don't think we know for sure who is going to betray who, but we do know that there is going to be an inevitable betrayal thanks to what was revealed in Back Cover. To me, it makes the most sense for Xigbar to betray Xehanort since he has thought that Xehanort has been hiding something since before the original Organization XIII was completely formed. However, just because there will be a betrayal doesn't mean that person will end up becoming the main villain. It could mean that, but it doesn't necessarily mean that. I personally don't think that the betrayer will end up replacing Xehanort as the main villain (why would Xehanort not end up being the main villain of the Xehanort Saga?), but he might. I guess we will just have to wait and see.
  7. You're right. We can't say for certain. However, the reason why a lot of us think that a Wreck-It Ralph world isn't going to be a world in Kingdom Hearts III, but will instead be a world in Union χ, is that Nomura said, before the trailer that showed Ralph as a Link was released, that a character from the exclusive Union χ Disney world would appear as a Link in Kingdom Hearts III and might appear in the next trailer. The only Disney character who was revealed in the next trailer as a Link who comes from a Disney movie that hasn't been made into a Disney world yet is Ralph. That being said, you could look at those points you mentioned as proof that there is, at the very least, still a possibility that a Wreck-It Ralph world will appear as a world in Kingdom Hearts III. We just can't say for certain right now.
  8. I expect to see the identity of that mysterious seeker of darkness revealed, whoever it is.
  9. I can't believe it took us this long to find this! Maybe it was because we thought that it had to be someone brand new, and we had already seen two forms of Riku revealed. Up until this point, I didn't have any clue as to who it could be because I felt like the hairstyle didn't perfectly match any Kingdom Hearts character, but now, I definitely think that this person is either Riku Replica or Data-Riku (I could definitely be wrong, but this is what I think makes the most sense based off of the evidence we have). I'm actually leaning a bit more toward it being Data-Riku for the same reason you said. We know thanks to the concept art that we got when a Big Hero 6 world was announced that the original Baymax gets corrupted by darkness. Maybe it was Data-Riku who corrupted the original Baymax, not with darkness, but with Bugs. This is a good point! However, they could still be dice. We don't know for sure what they are right now.
  10. When I first saw this trailer, while I thought for a moment that those cubes looked like Bugs, I thought that they were a new design for the nanobots. The gameplay section of the trailer seemed to back up my theory because, when Sora attacks a giant Heartless with the Nano Arms Keyblade Transformation, we see the arm he creates explode into black cubes that have glowing parts on them. However, Sora's nanobots don't have the same design as the cubes we see attacking Big Hero 6 earlier in the trailer. Plus, as you pointed out, the design is the same as the design of the Bugs (I didn't realize that until you pointed it out, so nice catch!). So what I think now is that the original Baymax somehow got corrupted by Bugs and is using the Bugs to attack Big Hero 6. Maybe the Bugs make up his new arm that we saw in the concept art of him attacking Sora and Baymax 2.0.
  11. In my original post, I just pointed out a detail in the person's hair that made me doubt if it was Xion. I'm still not sure if it is Xion, but I do have some more thoughts. So, here is my take on the topic after giving it more thought: Assuming that this is a character who hasn't been revealed to be a seeker of darkness yet, I think it could be Xion, Roxas, or Ventus. There's a small part of me that's even wondering if it could be Sora, but I doubt that Sora would become a vessel. Although, that would make an interesting plot twist in my opinion. I also think that there is a possibility that this is a character who has already been revealed to be a seeker of darkness, but I don't think that this is as likely. I wouldn't be surprised if it's Xion, but I don't think we can say for sure right now. There are parts of this person's hairstyle that are similar to Xion's and parts that aren't. In fact, there don't seem to be any characters who exactly match this hairstyle (at least none who I can find). So, it could very well be Xion. If this is Xion, I feel like this scene would have to take place later in the game after Xion is brought back since she became a part of Sora at the end of 358/2 Days. I'm still not convinced that it is Xion, but it could be. We will just have to wait and see.
  12. This is exactly why I'm not sure who it is. I thought the same things you did as I was studying that short glimpse we get. I'm pretty sure it's a character we haven't seen yet too. I just threw in the Vanitas unmasked speculation because the hairstyle reminded me a bit of Sora's hairstyle. I'm not sure that it's Xion because of the hair that juts out in the back of the person's head, but it could be her. It could even be Roxas or Ventus for all we know.
  13. One of the most interesting parts of the Big Hero 6 trailer was the brief look we got at a possible new seeker of darkness. Lots of people seem to think that this could be Xion, but I'm not so sure. After looking at the scene as it fades in, as you can see in the upper right corner of the screenshot I took, it appears that this possible new seeker of darkness has hair that goes straight out of the back of their head with no visible hair below it (I hope I described that well enough). This doesn't seem to match Xion's hairstyle, but I'm not sure who it is either. I'm even wondering if it could be Vanitas without his mask on since the hairstyle reminds me of Sora's hairstyle in Kingdom Hearts 1, which was also Vanitas' hairstyle in Birth by Sleep. I'm not saying that it can't be Xion. It could very well be Xion. However, I'm not convinced. What do you guys think?
  14. I think that Xigbar will be the one to betray the new Organization because it seems that he has thought that Xehanort has been hiding something since before the original Organization XIII was even fully formed.
  15. I agree that the box is important and will most likely play a big role in the climax of Kingdom Hearts III or in the events leading up to it. However, we have been given no reason to believe that any Keyblade other than Master Xehanort's Keyblade can see the future. In fact, what has been revealed to us so far through those lines of dialogue that I mentioned in my previous comment seems to suggest that Master Xehanort's Keyblade is the only one that can see the future. I could be wrong, but as of right now, I see no reason to think otherwise. Why would Nomura make us think that only one Keyblade can see the future and that the eye in that Keyblade is the Master of Masters' real eye if neither is true? Is the origin of the "Gazing Eye" that important not only to keep the origin a secret but also to trick us into thinking something about it that isn't true? Again, I could be wrong, but that's how I see things right now.
  16. You may have a point. However, if all of those eyes function the same as the eye in Master Xehanort's Keyblade, why is the eye in Master Xehanort's Keyblade the only one that can see the future? Chirithy said in Back Cover, "The Master of Masters had an eye that gazes into the future." So, that seems to confirm that there is only one eye that can gaze into the future. Then, when the Master of Masters told Luxu that his eye is in Master Xehanort's Keyblade, Luxu reacted by shouting, "Ew!" To which the Master of Masters responded, "Oh, you think that's "gross," do ya?" This seems to imply that it is indeed his real eye that is in Master Xehanort's Keyblade. That being said, you do bring up a good point. If the eye in Master Xehanort's Keyblade is one of the Master of Masters' real eyes, how come the eye appears in other Keyblades? What I think is that the Master of Masters' eye became a symbol, which then began to appear in other Keyblades. In fact, it seems to have already become a symbol at the time of the Foretellers, which is why it appears in the Keychains of each of their Keyblades. The symbol may have even gotten a name since Luxu called it "the Gazing Eye".
  17. You do have a point. However, if it was just an eye that he made, I feel like that would have been made more clear. What would be the point in making us think it was one of his real eyes?
  18. One theory that has been made is that the Master of Masters did what Xehanort has been doing to others and turned Xehanort into a vessel for himself, which would mean that Xehanort is the Master of Masters. I never believed this theory, but I still prepared myself for it to be true because I still thought that it was at least a possibility. However, I recently realized two things that have convinced me that Xehanort couldn't be the Master of Masters. We know that when one person takes over another person's heart, the person whose heart was taken over starts to look more like the person who took over their heart. For example, when Xehanort takes over someone's heart, their eyes turn yellow, their hair turns silver, and their ears become pointy. So, if the Master of Masters took over Xehanort's heart, it would be safe to assume Xehanort did not originally have yellow eyes, silver hair, and pointy ears, but that all of those features are actually features belonging to the Master of Masters. Since we don't know what the Master of Masters looks like, this could be true. However, there is one problem. We found out in Back Cover that the "Gazing Eye" in Master Xehanort's Keyblade, "No Name", is actually the Master of Masters' eye. The eye is blue with a cat-like iris, and if the Master of Masters was telling the truth that it is indeed his eye, then his other eye most likely looks the same. But if that is what his eyes look like, then he couldn't have taken over Xehanort's heart. If he did, wouldn't Xehanort's eyes at least turn blue? Even if the Master of Masters had one blue eye and one yellow eye, wouldn't one of Xehanort's eyes turn yellow and the other eye turn blue? In addition to this, why would the Master of Masters call himself "Xehanort" if that isn't his real name? Well, we don't know for sure what the Master of Masters' real name is, but we are all assuming it is some variation of "superbia". Since all six of his apprentices are named after six of the seven deadly sins, it would be shocking if he wasn't named after the seventh deadly sin. We even see "χ Super" on the black box. Not only does he call himself "Xehanort", but his vessels call themselves "Xehanort" as well. When he took over Terra, he called himself Xehanort. Braig announced that he and the other vessels are turning into Xehanorts. Why would the Master of Masters keep the name Xehanort and not his real name unless he can't use his real name for some reason? These two reasons are why I don't believe that the Master of Masters turned Xehanort into his vessel. However, I'll probably still prepare myself for it to be true. You never know what Nomura has planned. What do you guys think?
  19. I personally don't think that Xehanort is the Master of Masters. Young Xehanort explains in Dream Drop Distance that the whole reason he decides to leave Destiny Islands in the first place is that his destiny was etched in his heart while he was visiting the future. In other words, if it wasn't for his experiences in the future, he might not have had the desire to leave Destiny Islands in the first place, which means that he would never get the desire to start a second Keyblade War. However, if he is the Master of Masters, he wouldn't need his future self to give him a reason to leave Destiny Islands and become the man who wants to start a second Keyblade War. The only thing that I can think of that would explain this is if the Master of Masters got amnesia sometime after he got his new body. Also, when Xehanort says, "You are just one of many roads that I might choose to take. Trust me. I made certain of that," I think that he is referring to his plans to create thirteen versions of himself. Plus, Braig is already becoming a Xehanort by the end of Birth by Sleep. By the end of the game, he already has a yellow eye and pointy ears. With that being said, I still think that you may be right. Xehanort may end up being the Master of Masters. I just personally don't think that it's going to happen.
  20. While I don't think that Sora has that much of a chance of getting in, I think that a lot of people assume too many things about why he probably won't get in. One of the things that I see people assuming the most is that including Sora means that Donald and Goofy (or other Disney characters) would have to appear as well. Why? Just because Sora comes from a game that heavily features Disney characters does not mean that the Disney characters have to appear in the game with him. There are lots of original characters and worlds that you can choose from to appear in the game that aren't Disney related at all. As far as the other "arguments" that were made on that site, most of them were just reasons why they personally don't want Sora to appear. The only actual argument I saw was that Disney owns him, which I don't think is completely true (I have no idea how that whole agreement between Disney and Square-Enix works), but because he comes from a Disney game, it definitely makes it more difficult to make him a fighter in Super Smash Bros. That is really the only reason I can think of for why Sora in Smash probably won't happen, but hey, stranger things have happened, so I guess we will just have to wait and see.
  21. I don't get it either. It's not King Mickey willingly left Aqua there. While fighting the Demon Tide, she disappeared back through the door they entered through, which then vanished. So, even if he wanted to, he had no way to chase after her. True, he could have searched for her after he and Sora locked the Door to Darkness. However, he chose to stick with Riku, and it's a good thing he did because he ended up saving Riku from the darkness many times in Castle Oblivion. Without King Mickey, Riku may have been lost to darkness again. In addition, Master Yen Sid explained that, even if they found a way back into the Realm of Darkness, none of them possessed the necessary means to get Aqua back out safely. Because of that, Master Yen Sid not only forbade King Mickey from telling anyone about what she did but also forbade him from going after her.
  22. I think that Kairi would start with Necho Cat.
  23. I actually made a comment on Riku's death not that long go in response to a video posted by VoltEditzz on the topic. Here is some of what I said: "Along with the official Kingdom Hearts recap videos released by Square-Enix, memorial leaflets were also released, and each of them had a quote connecting to Kingdom Hearts III. One of the three quotes that you could get in the 'Dawn' leaflets said, 'Now our journey ends too, yours and mine...' Since the 'Dawn' recap video told Riku's story from Chain of Memories to the end of 358/2 Days, I think that this quote must relate to Riku somehow, and since it is talking about journeys coming to an end, I'm guessing that Riku may know that he is going to die. However, if Riku is the one talking, who is he talking to? Could Riku be talking to Riku Replica? Will both of them sacrifice themselves for the sake of the World and their friends? Also, if he is saying that he and the unknown person's journeys will end 'too', the 'too' must mean that at least one other person's journey has either already ended or is going to end. I guess there is a possibility that we will see multiple significant characters die by the end of Kingdom Hearts III." As far as Master Yen Sid dying, I agree that he would be the most likely Disney character to die, but I doubt that Disney would allow any Disney character to die who doesn't die in their movies. Yes, Square-Enix tricked us into thinking that Goofy died in Kingdom Hearts II, but he didn't actually die. I think that, if Disney does allow one of their characters to die who doesn't die in their movies, it would be Master Yen Sid, but I think that he is the only one of their characters who they would allow that to happen to.
  24. I have actually thought that Riku is going to die for a long time. I have always thought that someone of importance is going to die, and so I thought to myself, "Whose death would leave the biggest impact, apart from Sora's?" The answer I arrived at was: Riku. Then, the more I thought about it, the more it made sense to me. I think that you really hit all the main points that back this up. Like you, I just don't see where Riku's story can go from here. Recently, there has been one more thing that has convinced me that Riku is going to die. Along with the official Kingdom Hearts recap videos released by Square-Enix, memorial leaflets were also released, and each of them had a quote connecting to Kingdom Hearts III. One of the three quotes that you could get in the "Dawn" leaflets said, "Now our journey ends too, yours and mine..." Since the "Dawn" recap video told Riku's story from Chain of Memories to the end of 358/2 Days, I think that this quote must relate to Riku somehow, and since it is talking about journeys coming to an end, I'm guessing that Riku may know that he is going to die. However, if Riku is the one talking, who is he talking to? Could Riku be talking to Riku Replica? Will both of them sacrifice themselves for the sake of the World and their friends? Also, if he is saying that he and the unknown person's journeys will end "too", the "too" must mean that at least one other person's journey has either already ended or is going to end. I guess there is a possibility that we will see multiple significant characters die by the end of Kingdom Hearts III.
  25. I would have to both agree and disagree with you. Terra-Xehanort is Xehanort in control of Terra, just like how Riku-Ansem was Ansem in control of Riku. So, in a way, Terra-Xehanort is a different person, but in another way, he isn't because Terra is still there. With that being said, once Ansem forced Riku's heart out of his own body and into the Realm of Darkness, he was no longer Riku-Ansem but was now just Ansem. Riku still existed in the Realm of Darkness. He even kept his appearance. He just no longer had a body. So, if Xehanort does the same thing to Terra, or if the way that Terra escapes Xehanort is by abandoning his own body, then I could see both Terra and Terra-Xehanort existing at the same time. Now, in theory, whether Terra and Terra-Xehanort are the same person or not, Terra-Xehanort could still be brought to the future, right? After all, both Master Xehanort and Young Xehanort exist at the same time. Yes, I think that it is possible. However, I think that the whole point of the seekers of darkness who are vessels becoming Xehanort is that they are Xehanort in the present, not in the past. Nomura has hinted that the seekers of darkness who are vessels for Xehanort who have been revealed so far are not from the past but from the present. As far as I can tell, Young Xehanort, Ansem, and Xemnas are the only ones who are from the past. Because of that, if one of them escaped from Xehanort's control, I think that it would seem pointless if Xehanort could just go back in time and bring a version of them from the past who was still under his control. I am not saying that it is impossible. I think that it is possible. I am just saying that I think it is unlikely. I think that Lingering Will will only appear in the final battle if Terra is a seeker of darkness. If Terra escapes from Xehanort's control, I think that he will reunite with Lingering Will and become a complete person again. However, if only his heart escapes from Xehanort, or if Xehanort forces his heart out of his own body, then I think that his heart will enter Lingering Will and claim it as his temporary body until he can reclaim his body from Terra-Xehanort. I agree that Radiant Garden would be a good world for Terra-Xehanort to appear in, but we don't even know if Radiant Garden is going to be a world you can visit. Yes, we saw it in the E3 Showcase trailer during the cutscene when Ienzo was talking with Sora over that communicator, but we saw Radiant Garden in cutscenes in Dream Drop Distance too, and we didn't get to visit it in that game. So, it's possible that Radiant Garden may just be seen in cutscenes once again in Kingdom Hearts III. True. I won't be surprised at all if I am proven to be 100% wrong about everything that I have theorized about for Kingdom Hearts III. No one can understand the mind of Nomura except Nomura himself.
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