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What is the best optional Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep?
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Void Gear Vanitas posted a topic in Creative MediaHello everyone, My name is Void Gear Vanitas. I have been working on my youtube channel for the past three to four months and have been slowly growing. I create Kingdom Hearts content every day and have various types of videos from Gameplay, crafts, collectables ect. All dealing with Kingdom Hearts. I would highly appreciate it if you checked my channel out. Thank you and let your hearts be your guiding keys. Here is a link to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjPwhRWIltk0U7VNt3qaVig
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Void Gear Vanitas posted a topic in Creative MediaHey what's up everyone.Im new to this site but have a Kingdom Hearts youtube channel that I've been working on. We are also doing a giveaway at the moment. Would appreciate it if any of you checked it out. My channel is Void Gear Vanitas Here's the link:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjPwhRWIltk0U7VNt3qaVig Thanks and let your hearts be your guiding keys!
The music that plays while you fight the Armored Ventus Nightmare in Dream Drop Distance is called "The Eye of Darkness". From various Nomura interviews, we know that the eye that we see on various Keyblades is called the "Eye of Darkness". We have now found out that the Eye of Darkness is The Master of Masters eyeball that we put on No Name in order to somehow see the future. So, why do you think the name of that music track is called "The Eye of Darkness"? What connection does the Eye of Darkness have with the Armored Ventus Nightmare/Ventus? We recently found out that (SPOILER:) Ventus is a Dandelion, so that's some more evidence for there being a connection. Could this connection between Ventus and the Eye of Darkness also be the reason for Vanitas' Keyblade having two Eyes of Darkness on it? EDIT: I swear I have a distinct memory of reading an interview where Nomura calls it the "Eye of Darkness". I can't seem to find it though.