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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Movies798 in Which Mickey Mouse voice actor is your favorite?   
    Several great actors have voiced the iconic Disney character through history. Out of the four options above, which one do you prefer?
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from littleTSUBAME in The 'Teen Years: A Look Back at Kingdom Hearts over the Past 10 Years   
    You find it ridiculous and incredibly biased that we didn't mention KH2 criticisms in an article meant to cover the past decade? Hence the title "A look back at Kingdom Hearts over the past 10 years"?
    KH2 wasn't mentioned at all, because it was released prior to 2010.
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Movies798 in The 'Teen Years: A Look Back at Kingdom Hearts over the Past 10 Years   
    You find it ridiculous and incredibly biased that we didn't mention KH2 criticisms in an article meant to cover the past decade? Hence the title "A look back at Kingdom Hearts over the past 10 years"?
    KH2 wasn't mentioned at all, because it was released prior to 2010.
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Jingilator in The 'Teen Years: A Look Back at Kingdom Hearts over the Past 10 Years   
    You find it ridiculous and incredibly biased that we didn't mention KH2 criticisms in an article meant to cover the past decade? Hence the title "A look back at Kingdom Hearts over the past 10 years"?
    KH2 wasn't mentioned at all, because it was released prior to 2010.
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    HaakonHawk reacted to LightKeyDarkBlade in Non numbered titles being called "spin-offs"   
    It's actually accurate to call them spin-offs. However, we need to make clear of the definition of a "spin-off".
    A spin-off is a work that is derived from existing works, telling a story in a different aspect but in the same setting. A spin-off can then either choose to either deviate completely from the main storyline or to remain in it. In the case of the KH series, the spin-offs focus on characters other than the main protagonist Sora (except for Re:CoM and DDD), telling their sides of the story while at the same time, expand the plot of the Dark Seeker Saga (up to KHⅢ) without deviating from it. Re:CoM serves as the bridge between the first two mainline games while the others introduce the background of characters (and are also the bridges between KHⅡ and KHⅢ) and eventually, everything converges and culminates in KHⅢ.
    So calling them as spin-offs is not wrong. It's just that people have the misconception that "spin-offs" are supposed to have nothing to do with the main narrative and so the spin-offs of the KH series are supposed to be unimportant. Then, they complain that the spin-offs are too closely tied to the mainline games. It just doesn't make sense.
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from The Transcendent Key in Russi Taylor (Veteran Disney voice actress and English voice of Minnie Mouse) has passed away at the age of 75   
    On July 26th, 2019, Russi Taylor [the English voice of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Fauna in the Kingdom Hearts series] passed away in her home in Glendale, California due to complications from diabetes. She was 75 at the time of her passing.
    Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began voice acting in 1980 and took over as the official voice of Minnie Mouse in 1987 as well as Donald's nephews Huey, Dewey, Louie in 1990 for the series Ducktales. 
    She was also married to Wayne Allwine, former voice actor of Mickey Mouse, from 1991 until his passing in 2009. 
    Rest in Peace Russi Taylor and thank you for your 30+ years of voicing Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and several other Disney characters. You will be dearly missed. 

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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from EchoFox23* in Russi Taylor (Veteran Disney voice actress and English voice of Minnie Mouse) has passed away at the age of 75   
    On July 26th, 2019, Russi Taylor [the English voice of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Fauna in the Kingdom Hearts series] passed away in her home in Glendale, California due to complications from diabetes. She was 75 at the time of her passing.
    Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began voice acting in 1980 and took over as the official voice of Minnie Mouse in 1987 as well as Donald's nephews Huey, Dewey, Louie in 1990 for the series Ducktales. 
    She was also married to Wayne Allwine, former voice actor of Mickey Mouse, from 1991 until his passing in 2009. 
    Rest in Peace Russi Taylor and thank you for your 30+ years of voicing Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and several other Disney characters. You will be dearly missed. 

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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Jingilator in Russi Taylor (Veteran Disney voice actress and English voice of Minnie Mouse) has passed away at the age of 75   
    On July 26th, 2019, Russi Taylor [the English voice of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Fauna in the Kingdom Hearts series] passed away in her home in Glendale, California due to complications from diabetes. She was 75 at the time of her passing.
    Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began voice acting in 1980 and took over as the official voice of Minnie Mouse in 1987 as well as Donald's nephews Huey, Dewey, Louie in 1990 for the series Ducktales. 
    She was also married to Wayne Allwine, former voice actor of Mickey Mouse, from 1991 until his passing in 2009. 
    Rest in Peace Russi Taylor and thank you for your 30+ years of voicing Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and several other Disney characters. You will be dearly missed. 

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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Movies798 in Russi Taylor (Veteran Disney voice actress and English voice of Minnie Mouse) has passed away at the age of 75   
    On July 26th, 2019, Russi Taylor [the English voice of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Fauna in the Kingdom Hearts series] passed away in her home in Glendale, California due to complications from diabetes. She was 75 at the time of her passing.
    Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began voice acting in 1980 and took over as the official voice of Minnie Mouse in 1987 as well as Donald's nephews Huey, Dewey, Louie in 1990 for the series Ducktales. 
    She was also married to Wayne Allwine, former voice actor of Mickey Mouse, from 1991 until his passing in 2009. 
    Rest in Peace Russi Taylor and thank you for your 30+ years of voicing Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and several other Disney characters. You will be dearly missed. 

    View full article
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from selfKaiHarness in Russi Taylor (Veteran Disney voice actress and English voice of Minnie Mouse) has passed away at the age of 75   
    On July 26th, 2019, Russi Taylor [the English voice of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Fauna in the Kingdom Hearts series] passed away in her home in Glendale, California due to complications from diabetes. She was 75 at the time of her passing.
    Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began voice acting in 1980 and took over as the official voice of Minnie Mouse in 1987 as well as Donald's nephews Huey, Dewey, Louie in 1990 for the series Ducktales. 
    She was also married to Wayne Allwine, former voice actor of Mickey Mouse, from 1991 until his passing in 2009. 
    Rest in Peace Russi Taylor and thank you for your 30+ years of voicing Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and several other Disney characters. You will be dearly missed. 

    View full article
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Yessie Maltese in Russi Taylor (Veteran Disney voice actress and English voice of Minnie Mouse) has passed away at the age of 75   
    On July 26th, 2019, Russi Taylor [the English voice of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Fauna in the Kingdom Hearts series] passed away in her home in Glendale, California due to complications from diabetes. She was 75 at the time of her passing.
    Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began voice acting in 1980 and took over as the official voice of Minnie Mouse in 1987 as well as Donald's nephews Huey, Dewey, Louie in 1990 for the series Ducktales. 
    She was also married to Wayne Allwine, former voice actor of Mickey Mouse, from 1991 until his passing in 2009. 
    Rest in Peace Russi Taylor and thank you for your 30+ years of voicing Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and several other Disney characters. You will be dearly missed. 

    View full article
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Green Sparrow in Russi Taylor (Veteran Disney voice actress and English voice of Minnie Mouse) has passed away at the age of 75   
    On July 26th, 2019, Russi Taylor [the English voice of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Fauna in the Kingdom Hearts series] passed away in her home in Glendale, California due to complications from diabetes. She was 75 at the time of her passing.
    Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began voice acting in 1980 and took over as the official voice of Minnie Mouse in 1987 as well as Donald's nephews Huey, Dewey, Louie in 1990 for the series Ducktales. 
    She was also married to Wayne Allwine, former voice actor of Mickey Mouse, from 1991 until his passing in 2009. 
    Rest in Peace Russi Taylor and thank you for your 30+ years of voicing Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and several other Disney characters. You will be dearly missed. 

    View full article
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from DanartG in Frozen 2 Chat   
    It's not by any means confirmed, though. We can only wait and see.
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from The Transcendent Key in Final Fantasy 7 Remake Chat   
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from The Transcendent Key in Disney now officially owns fox   
    Not even Star Wars or Marvel have made their way into Kingdom Hearts yet. So I doubt you'll see Avatar there in a while.
    I have to be real here. Just because Disney owns something, doesn't mean it will ever make its way into Kingdom Hearts. Kingdom Hearts isn't Disney Infinity. It was never intended to be some hub for every single IP that Disney owns.
     
    Alien is an R rated horror movie, so you're not gonna see Xenomorphs in Disneyland, like ever. Maybe, (but even this is highly unlikely) just maybe you'll see some reference to it in Hollywood studios as some kind of merch. But that's about it. Disney has always been about keeping their parks PG.
     
    I can totally see Wolverine and other X-men making their way into the Avengers, though. Post-endgame MCU is open to a lot of possibilities in that regard.
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from KeybladeSpyMaster in My new Kingdom Hearts avatar by PaulDraws   
    I just commissioned a new avatar from the artist PaulDraws. He makes some absolutely amazing stuff and I adore his art style! 

    The outfit is inspired by Sora's KH2 outfit with a more blue-ish tone to it. The zipper has Roxas's pendant on it and I also have a cute little Stitch plushie hanging on my shoulder. And of course I'm holding the Kingdom Key to make it as Kingdom Hearts as possible. 
    I also had him draw a Christmas version that I'll be using once we get closer to the holidays!
     
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Kittenz in My road to Kingdom Hearts III | A Thank You to the Community   
    I wanted to write a detailed letter to the entire community where I thank everyone who has supported me on my journey to Kingdom Hearts III. And reflect on everything that has happened to me since I first discovered this series. It has been an amazing journey, and I felt that now is the perfect time to post this.
     
    I discovered Kingdom Hearts back in September 2016. Now that's a sort of secret that I've been keeping since. That I haven't actually been part of this agonizing 5 year wait for Kingdom Hearts III (or 13 depending on how you look at it). But I have been a Disney fan for all my life.
    I grew up exclusively watching Disney films and TV shows. No Cartoon Network or Nickelodeon for me. Which further makes me wonder why I didn't know about the series previously. 
    Now, I've told you when I discovered Kingdom Hearts. But not how I discovered it. I actually discovered it completely by chance. I was not recommended by anyone or see any advertisement or trailers.
    Back in September of 2016, I was watching a video about Zootopia (being a Disney fan and all). I cannot remember exactly what kind of video it was, only that the topic was Zootopia. I think it was some sort of list. But that's not really important. At the end of the video, during the outro, a remix of a very famous piano melody was playing. Can you guess what it was?
    Probably not, because it was not Dearly Beloved. But hold on, because it's leading up to that. It was a remix of "River Flows in You" by the Korean artist Yiruma. I had to look up this remix because it sounded so good. After listening to it religiously for a few days as I do with every new piece of music I like. Another remix uploaded to the same channel popped up in my recommended tab. Can you guess what it was this time?
    That's right. It was, of course, a remix of Dearly Beloved. Now, the reason I even clicked on it was that I noticed something peculiar in the thumbnail... What's this? Some sort of abstract artwork with Mickey, Donald, and Goofy alongside some anime characters? I had never seen anything like it.
    I played the remix and I absolutely loved it. Instantly, Dearly Beloved felt perfect to me. And listening to it, while I was still taking in the artwork. I just knew I had to find out what this was. What was "Kingdom Hearts"? Reading that, I felt like I had heard that name before somewhere. Maybe someone mentioned it in my presence? I don't know. But I for sure never knew what it was about.
    So I quickly looked it up and found out that the artwork in question belonged to Kingdom Hearts 2. I watched the opening on Youtube and that convinced me. I had to try this out. Now the problem was, I didn't have a PS3 at that point in time, I used to have one but it broke only a few months prior. So I had to play it on an emulator.
    Now, yes, I played Kingdom Hearts 2 first. I don't know why I decided to begin there. Probably because of the artwork and opening I saw. I started Kingdom Hearts 2 and barely got past the Roxas segment before I started crying. The scene where Sora, Donald, and Goofy were traveling to Yen Sid's tower made me tear up. Already by then, I had completely fallen in love with the game. 
    The music, the themes, the characters. It was too perfect. I had never ever in my then 19-year-old life fallen in love with a game that quick. Within 4 days I had already finished the game and was booting up Kingdom Hearts 1 in the same emulator.
    This was not Final Mix, mind you. So despite discovering the series 2 years ago, I still had to go through the era of unskippable cutscenes in Kingdom Hearts 1 (Riku, you're an absolute B-*ahem*-Bro).

    For Christmas, I got a new PS4 Slim and was now ready for 2.8 which was set to release a month later. 1.5 + 2.5 came out a couple of months after that, and by the end of April 2017. I was a fully incorporated Kingdom Hearts fan.

    Skipping ahead to June of 2018. When I officially started working on my project which 2 months later would turn into "The Road to Kingdom Hearts III". I had seen the latest E3 trailers and was inspired to make some sort of recap video that would tackle all the events that had taken place since the announcement of Kingdom Hearts 3. A little under 2 months later, I invited a second producer named Billy onto the project.
    I also approached KH13 about helping me publish and promote the film since I believe it would have gone under the radar had I tried to publish it under my own name. I was still relatively unknown to the Kingdom Hearts community at that point in time. 
    About a month after that, during the planning of KH13's 10th Anniversary. The idea of launching a Discord server was brought up. I was selected to run this Discord server after having offered to take on the task.
    Fast forward another couple of months, and we're here. Writing this forum post. During the past 6 months, I have made so many new friends within the community. And I'd like to thank all of you individually.
     
    First, I'd like to thank Reflex XII who was the very first person I got in contact with regarding my project. He has been very helpful and is responsible for connecting me and my current co-producer, Billy.
    Then I'd like to thank Billy Lawrence, who has been supporting me and doing a lot of work on our project. Including getting most of the cast together. I am eternally grateful to him and everything he has done for me and everyone else involved in the project.
    Then I'd like to thank the man himself, DChiuch, who took me in and helped to get my project seen by everyone.
    Then there's also all the friends I've made within KH13. Including Toominator, Aquaberry, xionskeyblade, KHWaterBlock, RecusantVessel, and Raxaimus. I'd also like to thank everyone else in the team that wasn't mentioned by name.

    Also, big thank you to the cast members of "The Road to Kingdom Hearts III", which includes, KeybladeSarah, SeaSaltShelby, KZXcellent, KHCentral, LostInAdventures, Frustrated Jacob, MoChocolate, Aaron Elliot, Toominator, and of course Samurai Kibiji. Giving the last one an extra since he also did some consulting on the film.

    Then I'd like to thank all my moderators over on the Discord, which includes Justin, Aqua_Wren, Bio-Roxas, D3xus, GummiBear64, HuntSD, KHWaterBlock, Le Weed, Raxaimus, Vanitas, Kairi/Harley Queen, and ProdigyxCD. They're all amazing people.
    Then I'd like to thank my friend Otti, who's the only fellow Norwegian fella that I know that also happens to be a Die Hard fan of Kingdom Hearts. He also happens to be the only friend I met through Kingdom Hearts that I've actually met in real life.

    And finally, a big thank you to all the people over on the KH13 Discord and all the people that follow me on Twitter. You're all amazing people! \(^-^)/

    I hope I didn't bore anyone with this long post, and that you found it enjoyable to read. If I left anyone out in the Thank You list, please let me know. It was a lot of people to keep track of, so it could easily have happened, and I'm really sorry if you felt excluded from the list. 
    May your heart be your guiding key! 
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    HaakonHawk reacted to The Transcendent Key in Out now: The Road to Kingdom Hearts III - A documentary by KH13 | feat. KZXcellent & KeybladeSarah   
    Thank you for sharing this with us, HakoonHawk!
    Yesss, the documentary is finally here! I must see it before heading into Kingdom Hearts III! :o
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    HaakonHawk reacted to KingdomHearts3 in Out now: The Road to Kingdom Hearts III - A documentary by KH13 | feat. KZXcellent & KeybladeSarah   
    Well made, well done. I am amazed that the journey has come so far and is about to come to an end. Well, after January 29, a new journey for us all. I am proud to share it with all of you and look forward to the next journey.
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    HaakonHawk reacted to SweetYetSalty in Out now: The Road to Kingdom Hearts III - A documentary by KH13 | feat. KZXcellent & KeybladeSarah   
    That was a great watch. It's so cool to see a bunch of Kingdom Hearts fans get together and celebrate the history of Kingdom Hearts leading to KHIII. The excitement is growing even more!
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from SweetYetSalty in Out now: The Road to Kingdom Hearts III - A documentary by KH13 | feat. KZXcellent & KeybladeSarah   
    KH13's "The Road to Kingdom Hearts III" is out now on KH13's Youtube channel. Make sure to check it out!
    Organized by KH13 and in collaboration with content creators KeybladeSarah, KZXcellent, and more, this 48 minute long film will take you on a trip through the history of Kingdom Hearts leading up to the release of the highly anticipated Kingdom Hearts III. Starting with the first game's inception, then moving over to how the franchise director Tetsuya Nomura got involved, the famous elevator story, character licensing, voice actors, the announcement of Kingdom Hearts III at E3 2013, and much much more.
    Each topic will feature various content creators known within the Kingdom Hearts community, where they will talk about their experiences with the franchise and how it has affected them.
    The film features a bunch of amazing content creators:
    Aaron Elliott - co-host at Blind Wave Productions Toominator & SeaSaltShelby - Hosts of KH13's podcast "The Usual Spot" Samurai Kibiji, KHCentral, Lost in Adventures, Frustrated Jacob and OfficialMoChocolate

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    HaakonHawk reacted to DChiuch in Out now: The Road to Kingdom Hearts III - A documentary by KH13 | feat. KZXcellent & KeybladeSarah   
    Super amazing job with this! I'm really proud to be associated with it, thanks so much
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from HarLea Quinn in Out now: The Road to Kingdom Hearts III - A documentary by KH13 | feat. KZXcellent & KeybladeSarah   
    KH13's "The Road to Kingdom Hearts III" is out now on KH13's Youtube channel. Make sure to check it out!
    Organized by KH13 and in collaboration with content creators KeybladeSarah, KZXcellent, and more, this 48 minute long film will take you on a trip through the history of Kingdom Hearts leading up to the release of the highly anticipated Kingdom Hearts III. Starting with the first game's inception, then moving over to how the franchise director Tetsuya Nomura got involved, the famous elevator story, character licensing, voice actors, the announcement of Kingdom Hearts III at E3 2013, and much much more.
    Each topic will feature various content creators known within the Kingdom Hearts community, where they will talk about their experiences with the franchise and how it has affected them.
    The film features a bunch of amazing content creators:
    Aaron Elliott - co-host at Blind Wave Productions Toominator & SeaSaltShelby - Hosts of KH13's podcast "The Usual Spot" Samurai Kibiji, KHCentral, Lost in Adventures, Frustrated Jacob and OfficialMoChocolate

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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Green Sparrow in Out now: The Road to Kingdom Hearts III - A documentary by KH13 | feat. KZXcellent & KeybladeSarah   
    Haha, no. There were no contracts involved with any of these cast members. Sarah and everyone else involved did it entirely out of their own free time.
    It was because Sarah was the most recognized name that we got for this project. And as a result, we felt it could drive more viewers to watch it and in turn give more publicity to the other cast members featured. ^^

    We appreciate the effort that everyone involved put into this project. And we didn't want it to go under the radar. We want everyone to see this. 
    We really appreciate the kind words, too. Thank you for being part of the community. \(^-^)/
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    HaakonHawk got a reaction from Allwil13 in My road to Kingdom Hearts III | A Thank You to the Community   
    I wanted to write a detailed letter to the entire community where I thank everyone who has supported me on my journey to Kingdom Hearts III. And reflect on everything that has happened to me since I first discovered this series. It has been an amazing journey, and I felt that now is the perfect time to post this.
     
    I discovered Kingdom Hearts back in September 2016. Now that's a sort of secret that I've been keeping since. That I haven't actually been part of this agonizing 5 year wait for Kingdom Hearts III (or 13 depending on how you look at it). But I have been a Disney fan for all my life.
    I grew up exclusively watching Disney films and TV shows. No Cartoon Network or Nickelodeon for me. Which further makes me wonder why I didn't know about the series previously. 
    Now, I've told you when I discovered Kingdom Hearts. But not how I discovered it. I actually discovered it completely by chance. I was not recommended by anyone or see any advertisement or trailers.
    Back in September of 2016, I was watching a video about Zootopia (being a Disney fan and all). I cannot remember exactly what kind of video it was, only that the topic was Zootopia. I think it was some sort of list. But that's not really important. At the end of the video, during the outro, a remix of a very famous piano melody was playing. Can you guess what it was?
    Probably not, because it was not Dearly Beloved. But hold on, because it's leading up to that. It was a remix of "River Flows in You" by the Korean artist Yiruma. I had to look up this remix because it sounded so good. After listening to it religiously for a few days as I do with every new piece of music I like. Another remix uploaded to the same channel popped up in my recommended tab. Can you guess what it was this time?
    That's right. It was, of course, a remix of Dearly Beloved. Now, the reason I even clicked on it was that I noticed something peculiar in the thumbnail... What's this? Some sort of abstract artwork with Mickey, Donald, and Goofy alongside some anime characters? I had never seen anything like it.
    I played the remix and I absolutely loved it. Instantly, Dearly Beloved felt perfect to me. And listening to it, while I was still taking in the artwork. I just knew I had to find out what this was. What was "Kingdom Hearts"? Reading that, I felt like I had heard that name before somewhere. Maybe someone mentioned it in my presence? I don't know. But I for sure never knew what it was about.
    So I quickly looked it up and found out that the artwork in question belonged to Kingdom Hearts 2. I watched the opening on Youtube and that convinced me. I had to try this out. Now the problem was, I didn't have a PS3 at that point in time, I used to have one but it broke only a few months prior. So I had to play it on an emulator.
    Now, yes, I played Kingdom Hearts 2 first. I don't know why I decided to begin there. Probably because of the artwork and opening I saw. I started Kingdom Hearts 2 and barely got past the Roxas segment before I started crying. The scene where Sora, Donald, and Goofy were traveling to Yen Sid's tower made me tear up. Already by then, I had completely fallen in love with the game. 
    The music, the themes, the characters. It was too perfect. I had never ever in my then 19-year-old life fallen in love with a game that quick. Within 4 days I had already finished the game and was booting up Kingdom Hearts 1 in the same emulator.
    This was not Final Mix, mind you. So despite discovering the series 2 years ago, I still had to go through the era of unskippable cutscenes in Kingdom Hearts 1 (Riku, you're an absolute B-*ahem*-Bro).

    For Christmas, I got a new PS4 Slim and was now ready for 2.8 which was set to release a month later. 1.5 + 2.5 came out a couple of months after that, and by the end of April 2017. I was a fully incorporated Kingdom Hearts fan.

    Skipping ahead to June of 2018. When I officially started working on my project which 2 months later would turn into "The Road to Kingdom Hearts III". I had seen the latest E3 trailers and was inspired to make some sort of recap video that would tackle all the events that had taken place since the announcement of Kingdom Hearts 3. A little under 2 months later, I invited a second producer named Billy onto the project.
    I also approached KH13 about helping me publish and promote the film since I believe it would have gone under the radar had I tried to publish it under my own name. I was still relatively unknown to the Kingdom Hearts community at that point in time. 
    About a month after that, during the planning of KH13's 10th Anniversary. The idea of launching a Discord server was brought up. I was selected to run this Discord server after having offered to take on the task.
    Fast forward another couple of months, and we're here. Writing this forum post. During the past 6 months, I have made so many new friends within the community. And I'd like to thank all of you individually.
     
    First, I'd like to thank Reflex XII who was the very first person I got in contact with regarding my project. He has been very helpful and is responsible for connecting me and my current co-producer, Billy.
    Then I'd like to thank Billy Lawrence, who has been supporting me and doing a lot of work on our project. Including getting most of the cast together. I am eternally grateful to him and everything he has done for me and everyone else involved in the project.
    Then I'd like to thank the man himself, DChiuch, who took me in and helped to get my project seen by everyone.
    Then there's also all the friends I've made within KH13. Including Toominator, Aquaberry, xionskeyblade, KHWaterBlock, RecusantVessel, and Raxaimus. I'd also like to thank everyone else in the team that wasn't mentioned by name.

    Also, big thank you to the cast members of "The Road to Kingdom Hearts III", which includes, KeybladeSarah, SeaSaltShelby, KZXcellent, KHCentral, LostInAdventures, Frustrated Jacob, MoChocolate, Aaron Elliot, Toominator, and of course Samurai Kibiji. Giving the last one an extra since he also did some consulting on the film.

    Then I'd like to thank all my moderators over on the Discord, which includes Justin, Aqua_Wren, Bio-Roxas, D3xus, GummiBear64, HuntSD, KHWaterBlock, Le Weed, Raxaimus, Vanitas, Kairi/Harley Queen, and ProdigyxCD. They're all amazing people.
    Then I'd like to thank my friend Otti, who's the only fellow Norwegian fella that I know that also happens to be a Die Hard fan of Kingdom Hearts. He also happens to be the only friend I met through Kingdom Hearts that I've actually met in real life.

    And finally, a big thank you to all the people over on the KH13 Discord and all the people that follow me on Twitter. You're all amazing people! \(^-^)/

    I hope I didn't bore anyone with this long post, and that you found it enjoyable to read. If I left anyone out in the Thank You list, please let me know. It was a lot of people to keep track of, so it could easily have happened, and I'm really sorry if you felt excluded from the list. 
    May your heart be your guiding key! 
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