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I have a theory of what's in the box that the Master of Masters was dragging. I think it might be the 13 pieces of darkness of the shattered χ-blade. The χ-blade shattered into 20 pieces: 13 of darkness and 7 of light. We know that it broke into 7 pieces of light in order to protect the hearts of the Seven Princesses of Heart, but we don't know exactly what that means. Especially considering the Seven Princesses of Heart weren't alive way back then. But maybe it means that the χ-blade shattered into 7 pieces of light which would then become the Seven Princess of Heart's hearts in the future? Also, we were never told what happened to the 13 pieces of darkness. If a heart of pure darkness and a heart of pure light clash, then the χ-blade is recreated, but it is unstable. In DDD, it is revealed that Xehanort plans on capturing the Seven Princesses again so that they can clash with the 13 Seekers of Darkness to recreate the χ-blade. But, how can this be? The 13 Seekers of Darkness don't have hearts of pure darkness, so how would them clashing with the pure-hearted princesses recreate the χ-blade? I think I might know the answer. I believe that Xehanort wants to find that case that the Master of Masters has or maybe he already has it. If the 13 pieces of darkness from the shattered χ-blade are in that case, then Xehanort can take them and put them into each of the 13 Seekers of Darkness' hearts to turn them into hearts of pure darkness. Then, he can clash with the Princesses of Heart to recreate the χ-blade, but this time, a much more stable one. It'd actually pretty much be the original χ-blade because it'd be created from the original shattered pieces. So yeah, what do you think of this theory? Anything I could add to it?
I think I might have finally cracked this Da Vinci Code. So many were wondering where the χ-blade was at the end of Kingdom Hearts χ[chi], in the χ-blade War. I had previously posted a theory that The Master of Masters was trying to summon the χ-blade, which you can find here: http://kh13.com/forum/topic/100381-the-master-is-trying-to-create-the-χ-blade/#entry1870890 So if this proves to be true, then I followed up to that theory. We as the player almost died in the war, until we were transported to the Unchained X Realm by Chirithy to save our lives. So, we didn't really see the end of the war. What if there was something more to it than we thought? We could assume that the Dandelions just saved the world, but what about Luxu? I don't think Nomura would create a character to do basically nothing but die at the end, even if his keyblade is passed on. I was wondering about how Xehanort learned and became obsessed with forging the χ-blade began. So, we know The Master gave Luxu a mission to watch until the χ-blade War. But, what then? I think the Master wants Luxu to get the χ-blade itself. How? Wait out the war, with Guilt (darkness) and Lux (light) battling each other to create the χ-blade. Of course, we don't see it because we came to the Unchained X Realm, but who said Luxu didn't find it? Now, to clear up a question for a second, why did The Master choose Luxu out of all his pupils, and why didn't The Master do it himself? First, for some reason, Luxu was The Master's favorite student, so he chose him to wait until the war and get the χ-blade. He gave a Book of Prophecies to all of his other pupils so that he can effectively trigger a war between them. See, The Master would get them to collect Lux with the power of the future the book gives, which can be Guilted to produce darkness. The Master can create the χ-blade without doing any work. Then, why is Luxu doing this when The Master can? Actually, I don't know. He disappeared, maybe because he wanted the Foretellers to go separate ways without his guidance, and eventually start the war. Anyway, I think that may be why Xehanort today is trying to forge the χ-blade, to fulfill Luxu's originally purpose. In fact, I wouldn't be suprised if Luxu himself wanted the weapon, after he got it, and double cross his master. I'm not sure what stopped Luxu and where The Master is now, but we do have Xehanort's Keyblade which connects the present to χ's events.
So we all know what the χ-blade looks like, right? He's a refresher in case people have forgotten: Now check this out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keys_of_Heaven Do you think this was an intentional implementation on Nomura's part? Was it to create some kind of symbolism? Because we are all familiar with the powers that the χ-blade holds, aren't we? I can see it bearing some similarities with what has been said in this article. Kingdom Hearts is full of light, and heaven is too. Again, did Nomura design the χ-blade specifically like this to create some meaning? I'm not Christian but I still find this fascinating. What are your thoughts on this? Peace!