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I'll start 1. Toy Story 2. Hercules 3. Monster's Inc 4. Big Hero Six 5. Winnie the Pooh (yes and I'll explain) 6. Tangled 7. Frozen 8. Pirates of the Caribbean (an unpopular opinion but again I'll explain) Looking at my list I think I'm looking forward to the worlds that have original stories to them then one's that follow their respective movies and ones from my childhood cause I'm biased. Of course, these are just the ones I am looking forward to the most, the ones I end up liking the most might be completely different. I was thinking of adding original worlds but I might wait till later to add those since 1. We have not seen much of them and 2. there's no (offical) list so here are some explanations: Toy Story I look forward to the most cause it was a long time coming to include into the franchise, it's part of my childhood, and it has an original story. We have probably seen the most of this world due to demos and it looks really fun and I can't wait to see what crazy KH related story they have planned for it. And the dev team seem really excited for their Pixar titles. Hercules is a weird one to include so high on my list, since it's the most used Disney world and, like others, want to see new worlds, but it's used a lot for a reason. It's the only one of two tradionally animated movies to have a world in KH3 sadly and it's again part of my childhood. I don't know exactly what the story is gonna be like but it seems to be original. Monster's Inc's not one of my favorite Pixar movies, but I still have heavy nostalgia for it. Again, it has an original story for it, Vanitas will be there, it's one of the few Disney world's that will probably have a somewhat interesting Disney villian boss fight. It just looks really fun to me. Big Hero Six we have sadly not seen much of this world, but we knew about it for a long time. Again it has an original story and dark Baymax sounds amazing. The world's design is one of the best. Plus either Repliku or Data Riku will be there, which will probably cause some drama. Winnie the Pooh I.... don't particularly have an exact reason for it being higher then some of the others, but I think some of the main reasons is because 1. another 2d film and I really like the look of it (nobody listen to the people who say the 2d films would not look as good). And I just have a soft spot for Pooh . But I do wish that since they included this they should of had another Disney world to make it 9. Tangled is not one of my favorite Disney movies. I don't necessarily hate it by any means but whenever I think about the most recent Disney films I always forget about it cause I find it really underwelming. And I really don't understand why some fans find it underrated but I'm not hear to talk about that. Let's just say I have some feelings. But at the same time the world looks absolutely gorgious and Marluxia is there and it fits perfectly with him. Even though I don't particularly understand why he is an organization member. And I enjoy Gothel. Frozen was extremely obvious and again I have a lukeworm reaction of the movie. Though I'm not gonna go into detail here cause it's been overly loved and overly hated for the past like five years so now I just have a "it's OK" reaction to it. It was sadly kinda ruined for KH3 even before it was announced. Basically I have the same feelings about it as I do for Tangled. But the big downside to this is not fighting with any character other than sometimes Marshmellow. Like I understand for story purposes but come on. One of the big plus sides is Larxine. Even though again I don't understand why she is in the organization. The world still looks gorgious though. POTC I'm sorry, even though the graphics look stunning for this world, it still has an uncanniness that every live action property has in this franchise. It does indeed look better here than in KH2, but seeing an anime boy with a cartoon duck and dog thing is super weird to see with a live action person. Like I understand some people's appeal for it but I dunno I find it kinda....cringy? Plus, I have not seen the third pirates since I did not like the second pirates so I just kind of stopped watching them. Maybe I would like it, maybe I would not but ehh been kinda over pirates for awhile. Davy Jones might be a fun boss though. Again, these are just the ones that I think I will like the most. My actual favorites might be completly different. I probably over explained myself, expecally with the ones I'm least looking forward to, but it was fun. What are the ones you guys are most looking forward too?
Okay, so I wanted to make a list of expectations and as well as a prediction on what's to come, just so I can be like, HA I WAS RIGHT! when it comes out or DAMN IT.... I SUCK AT PREDICTIONS. Anyways, it's been on my mind lately and I wanted to post it to see if anyone agrees or finds the ideas humorous, interesting, profound, or if you really disagree (and are a douche ), not so well thought out lol. Okay, before I start out, I'd like to put up some themes that I believe will be the whole basis for the game. Hearts sleeping in sadness Finding one's self, an identity one can call their own Okay, now that that's established, let's begin. Now we all know that Sora and company will be searching for the Key to Return Hearts and Riku/Mickey will be looking for Keyblade wielders, but what is the point of going through different worlds? Wouldn't it just be a wild goose chase if that were to happen in KH3? I mean KH2's world visiting was almost completely pointless, other than killing Xaldin. There wasn't much plot in the worlds, unlike in KH1 where Sora was sealing keyholes, BbS where they all had a reason to go out and explore and 3D, which was about keyholes again. So, how do we make sense of visiting worlds? Riku/Mickey are looking for Keyblade wielders, so they could have leads or are searching for new people strong enough to wield one. Sora and company have no reason to visit random worlds, unless Yen Sid just gave them a list of worlds that could potentially lead them to the Key to Return Hearts, which would be a basic cop out. I'm unsure how Nomura will do this without repeating the unneeded world visits from KH2 Things that I believe will happen: Sora is looking for this key right? So, during his journey, he will meet those who are also sleeping in sadness, which reaffirm his beliefs and possibly lead him closer to this key. Riku, who has found himself completely, after the events of 3D, will also meet those who don't have identities of their own, lack a sense of belongingness, etc. Regardless of who meets who, I truly believe these are the set of worlds and I'll get to reason after. My Worlds for KH3 (Keep in mind, these are just made up names for the worlds): Disney World(s)Gamer Central Station (Wreck It Ralph) Gleaming Kingdom (Tangled) Hawaii? (Lilo N' Stitch) Monstropolis (Monster's Inc/University) Andy's Room (Toy Story) Agrabah (Aladdin and the King of Thieves) Underland (Alice in Wonderland ) The West (The Lone Ranger) City of Lights (Enchanted) Treasure Planet (Treasure Planet) Disney Castle/Town Square World(s)Shibuya (The World Ends With You) Original KH World(s)Destiny Islands Twilight Town/Mysterious Tower (I think they will be paired up again, just cause I want to add more worlds) Radiant Garden Castle Oblivion/Land of Departure Keyblade Graveyard While I know the general rule for the numbered/main titles are 13, I included all the ones I think have a chance at being used. Now why did I pick these worlds (save the KH worlds)? The characters that inhabit these worlds all have similar problems. Trying to find a sense of place. Identity crisis. Sleeping in sadness. Trying to stand up for one's beliefs. If you want me to go into further detail: Wreck It Ralph - Ralph and Vanellope are both outcasted by their society. They lack a place to call their own, yet they have never done anything wrong, really. They just want to be recognized as a real character, rather than be ignored and hated by their peers. Tangled - Flynn Rider is a thief. He has convinced himself that happiness lies in money and his old identity, Eugene Fitzherbert, isn't worthy enough. Rapunzel has been kidnapped and lives in a tower. She longs to explore and discover the outside world, to see the floating lanterns gleaming in the sky. Little does she know, those lead to her true identity. Lilo N' Stitch - Stitch has been created to be a destroying a machine, but he wasn't ever given a chance to prove otherwise. He's forced to escape to an unknown place and hopefully find peace in it. Lilo struggles with Nani to prove herself capable. Monster's Inc/University - Either movie will do in my opinion, since both are trying to stand up for what's right. They want to prove themselves and especially in M.U. Mike has an unwavering belief of himself and the struggles in this recent movie (don't wanna spoil anything) really defines what KH is all about. Toy Story - Buzz and Woody, a dynamic duo, but it didn't start off that way. I think the story would pick up somewhere in the middle of the movie and lead to the end. Buzz discovers he's a toy, but it doesn't mean he isn't purposeful, meeting the KH gang will definitely be a treat. Aladdin and the King of Thieves - I know we're all tired of this DAMN WORLD... but honestly, the plot is just too perfect for this. Aladdin is searching, really searching, for a place where he belongs in this movie and well, that's all that needs to be said. Alice in Wonderland (2010) - Now I know this is a little farfetched, but maybe, because of plot, the world is changed into this more realistic/life like version. Alice struggles to tell everyone that she wants to be free of these laws of society, she wants to be something else, not betrothed to a random person. The Lone Ranger - Well this is simple. The Lone Ranger and Tonto fight for what is right and at times in the movie (although I've only seen the trailers), the Lone Ranger is questioned about where he really belongs. Enchanted - Simple enough, a lot of the characters in this movie really have no grasp of where they should belong and their false beliefs lead them to a lot of singing numbers and finally finding who and where they should belong. Treasure Planet - Dejected from society, underestimated, Jim Hawkins sets out with some new people to find Treasure Planet. Forgive me if I don't remember the actual plot since I haven't watched it since it's release, but I remember he had a similar struggle to the above. The World Ends With You - NOW THIS. I STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT THIS SHOULD BE IN KH3, just because the characters are a prime example of who Sora is trying to save. They constantly struggle to have a second chance at life, to achieve the identity they desire and Neku as well as the others deserve a huge place in Kingdom Heart 3. Final Fantasy VII - Now I know, Cloud won't have his own world, but from what we left off on KH2, Nomura should finish. Everything for Cloud and Sephiroth will take place in Radiant Garden, the only original KH world I'm going to mention here, since the others are just not really needed to be mentioned due to obvious purposes for plot. Cloud finding himself will finally be shown in KH3. I didn't include Disney Castle/Disney Town in the list above because I believe it might not even be needed. Now I know the Runaway Brain idea may come to fruition, but this world isn't needed to do so. But they might just include it because it's been in every Main game. Also, I know it maybe far fetched, but Avengers (2012) can fit into KH3 if Nomura chooses to do so, since it deals with sense of place, identity and such, but I know many of you would hate it for some reason. Just pointing it out because it does make sense. Main Plot Events: Everyone sleeping in sadness will be rescued to some extent Mickey is taken over by Julius Isa has an ulterior motive Kairi better get some character development The battle royale of the century Maleficent and Pete will play a bigger role into leading the heroes to their destination I would like (wish) it if Sora did not finish the story off again, something like, he is badly wounded in the 2nd to last battle and everyone who he rescued and company prove that they belong there also, that they are there to stay. I want redemption for Roxas, Xion, Namine, Aqua, Ven, Terra. EDIT 1: Thanks to Sakuraba Neku, I remembered I forgot Game Mechanics Return of some version of Flow Motion Summons Synthesis Some version of Command Style and/or Drive Forms (Drive could be for Sora and Command for Riku) Sora, Riku and Kairi will be playable. I agree with @Sakuraba Neku that Kairi should start it off, probably Yen Sid teaching her things Sora and Riku already know and it could lead up to them meeting up and doing some sort of split off from that point on. Magic I wish some form of the Command Deck would return. Abilities being achievable by level as well as special circumstances (special levels, dream eater, synthesis) EDIT 2: Wishing: Sora doesn't finish the final boss, instead those who he saved are the ones to repay their debt! Kairi has a much bigger role and is a main player in the scheme of things Very very long game with many many cutscenes and badassery I WANT OSWALD. Maybe not in KH3, but I want him to appear somewhere in the KH series, I mean he deserves it! EDIT 3: Secret Bosses to Final Bosses and more! In Kingdom Hearts 3D, Julius is shown as the secret boss of the game. From further analysis of every main tiltle (I, II, and BbS), one can infer that this is a clue to the next game's final boss or string of final bosses or connect to it somehow. Fact: In Kingdom Hearts I: Final Mix, Xemnas (in the form of a Mysterious Figure) was the secret boss. In Kingdom Hearts II, he is the final boss. In Kingdom Hearts II, Lingering Will (Terra) is a secret boss. In Birth by Sleep, you have to fight Terranort with the Lingering Will. In Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, Vanitas the secret boss. Also, in Birth By Sleep: Final Mix, No Heart is also a secret boss in Mirage Arena. Since Xehanort's armor is No Heart and he created Vanitas, it is safe to assume that the two being secret bosses led to Ventus' Armor (a direct correlation to the two) as the final boss. In Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, Mysterious Figure (YMX) is the secret boss also. In Kingdom Hearts 3D, he is the main antagonist as well as the second boss. Speculation: In Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, Julius is the main secret boss. The Runaway Brain is movie where Julius enters Mickey's mind and takes over it. So one can infer that maybe Julius will do this to Mickey and Mickey will become one of the 13 Seekers of Darkness and a final boss. In Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, Lord Kyroo is a secret boss. Maybe in Kingdom Hearts 3, the frog dream eater is pointing towards the Princess and the Frog movie based world. < Although I hate this speculation, it has it's validity, but I just don't like the movie. One can also argue that both characters in this movie are trying to find themselves also which would be completely valid. What do you guys think? (Might add to this some more later)