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Kurace

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  1. Yeah that could be as well... Then maybe the Master, wanting to have fun, put up his students against each other and told them of the traitor - himself, and it was "inevitable" cause they'd never suspect him, at least not in time to stop the war.
  2. Heya everyone, hope you're having a fantastic day. Anyway, a thought just crossed my mind, and it could be a possible connection between X and the current timeline. I'm on the go right now so I can't really look up if there's already a similar thread, so if there is please point it out to me and I'll go post this there. Same for things I missed, I'll happily admit if I mess this theory up, I just wanna try and make some sense of all of this. So I was re-watching Back Cover and in the scene where Gula reveals his role to Ava, he talks about the traitor, "the one who bears the sigil" and about the "inevitable betrayal". Obviously, not far fetched, that sigil probably equals the "X", we get to know that much in DDD. Here comes my thought; Luxu (mind the X) is the traitor, but indirectly. To pass as a traitor he would have to disobey the Master, I know, and I also know that he succeeds with his role because 1. the Master points it out and 2. No Name is passed down until it finds its way to Xehanort. So it has to be something else, and I believe, that it's something Luxu - or any of the other foretellers for that matter - had no control over, which would make it "inevitable". I think that one of Luxu and his "worthy apprentice's" successors was the Master of Eraqus and Xehanort. And since Eraqus rules the Land of Departure, I believe that he was meant to be the next to wield No Name. That's speculation, but having it up there on the wall made it seem so important (referring to the KHIII trailer) I can't bring myself to believe the Master would give it to Xehanort, the "worse" student (well, not if it became a custom to just give one pupil the task to protect and the other to travel the world with No Name and the box). Anyway, assuming No Name was meant for Eraqus, it'd be wrong for Xehanort to have it. Maybe something happened between them, we've seen them fight, Xehanorr killed Eraqus even. And that's my point, I believe that Xehanort betrayed his Master by taking the blade that wasn't meant for him; so his Master didn't fulfill his role properly, which in turn also betrayed the order given down by Luxu. That'd also explain why the traitor isn't revealed in X. It just doesn't happen in this era. I see some sort of 'reasoning' for the Dandelions to exist in this as well. The Master says that they have to focus on what comes after the war, because they can't change that it'll happen. That's why he tasks Ava with gathering strong wielders;he knows that down the line Xehanort will come and try to start a new war, so maybe he sees the Dandelions as a force that'll rival Xehanort and keep another war at bay? I believe I read somewhere that Yen Sid had a different Master than Eraqus and Xehanort, which means there had to be other wielders around. Maybe just a former fellow student of the other Master, but maybe someone who got their Keyblade passed down by the Dandelions. The Kingdom Key also shares a strong resemblance to Starlight, which Ephemer and Skuld use, and they are Dandelions... I really hope this makes some sense, I tend to overlook the most major things sometimes. This would actually give a tad bit more relevance to X than it has now,in my opinion. But what do you think? Is it reasonable or just wishful thinking on my end?
  3. Hi, I'm Kurace (both here and in X) my ID is 13922 and I'm level 131. I joined Vulpeus because the icon appealed to me and Ava seemed the nicest foreteller from what I'd seen till then, and I didn't want someone as a leader that I didn't like. My party is ninetails and my fav medal has to be either DDD Sora, DDD riku or KHII Sora Version B.
  4. In no particular order: Sora's theme Riku' theme The other promise Musique por la tristesse de xion Dark impetus Ventus' theme Dearly Beloved (days version) Sanctuary -after the battle- What lies beneath Rowdy Rumble L'oscurita de'll ignoto
  5. Hello there! I don't know whether what I'm going to write about is common knowledge in the community, but I just discovered it and find it quite interesting. So in case no one else has talked about this, here we go: I guess you are all at least somewhat familiar with the Seven Deadly Sins. I'm not gonna talk about them in detail or anything, all we want to look at are their latin names which are as follows: luxuria (lust), gula (gluttony), avaritia (greed), tristitial acedia (sloth), ira (wrath), invidia (envy), superbia (pride) If you played KHX/KHuX you probably already noticed the striking similarities between the latin names of the Seven Deadly Sins and the foretellers. Gula and Ira are just plain obvious, but the other three foretellers can be found in there as well; AVAritia, tristitial ACEDia, INVIdia. That leaves just "luxuria" and "superbia". As for "superbia", I don't see any connection to any character, but luxuria probably is the name giver for Luxu, the sixth apprentice - although I always just assumed his name comes from "lux". Now this is quite interesting. When I realized this, I immediatelly started thinking to myself: "Why did they choose these names?" This is where I don't know if I just want to see sense in what I came up with, so let me know what you think: The list I use as a source has not only the sins and their latin names, but also the opposite of each sin. And since comparing the actual sins to the respective characters didn't make much sense (eg I don't see Ava being greedy), I compared the characters to their sin's opposite. Lust/chastity-Luxu: This may be a stretch to say already, but I think in Luxu's case, chastity might be refering to him being the only out off the six apprentices to not have a Tome of Prophecies. Maybe it also shows where he stands in the conflict of the Unions; he doesn't do anything and most of the time just watches everything unfold, and for all we know, he didn't even join the Keyblade War. Gluttony/temperance-Gula: Again a stretch I think, but Gula probably is the only foreteller that doesn't really pick a side until very later on. He also isn't seen showing much emotion (at least not outbursts) and interacting with the others. Greed/charity-Ava: This is the most obvious one. Ava is the only foreteller that cares about what will happen after the war and the fate of the world in general. Her recruiting Dandelions shows that care for others and that she can't just lead everyone into a devasteting war. Sloth/diligence-Aced: Aced wants to create a new world/order with him being the leader of all five Unions. Something like that has to be planned carefully and so I personally see a definite connection here, even just in this little bit. Wrath/patience-Ira: Ira definetelly is a very patient man if you don't antagonise him like Aced did. He is usually rather tranquil and soft-hearted (at least scenes like the one in the most recent trailer in which he talkes to Invi make it seem like that), but hell, when he fights Aced at the Keyblade War, he definatelly isn't patient anymore. So I guess for Ira both meanings fit. Envy/kindness-Invi: So... Invi actually does seem like the nicest foreteller next to Ava. She doesn't want to fight Aced in the trailer (if you want to count that as kindness) and if I recall correctly see say something like "I'll make things quick so you won't have to suffer" when you face her at the Keyblade War. She knows she has to fight but is kind enough to not torture you as well... Yay. As I said, I probably just want this to make sense, bu on the other hand, Nomura has a twisted mind like this, so there might be some truth to some of this. Please let me know what you think about my attempts to explain why the names were picked for the respective Foreteller! I'm curious what others might think since again... I don't know if I just want it to make sense or if it really is plausible
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