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Okay, here we go again. Don't I just love this free-to-play collection of shapes? I'm claiming Luxu's keyblade isn't his, and instead his master, the Master of Masters. Crazy theory may not be so crazy. In the recent TGS 2016 trailer for 2.8 we got, the last X Back Cover scene we got was The Master talking to Luxu about his mission. For some reason, Luxu has his keyblade out. Why? I might of found the answer. In every other scene we see Luxu in, he doesn't have his keyblade out. The only exception is in X[chi] when we first see Luxu. This is long after The Master had disappeared, so they state. Every scene prior, Luxu doesn't have his keyblade out. It might be he didn't need it, or maybe...he didn't have one yet. Perhaps this keyblade is given to Luxu by his master to complete his mission. Ones who have this keyblade has the power to give it to a worthy canidate, willingly or not, like what was shown with Xehanort overtaking Terra and almost Sora. In the added re:coded scene in 2.5, Young Xehanort said his keyblade was the most ancient. What makes it more ancient than the Foretellers'? Perhaps theirs were broken in the war or in the Keyblade Graveyard, or maybe Xehanort's Keyblade was forged long ago in the hands of the Master of Masters with an unwavering will to complete its purpose that lived through generations. Am I going a little crazy here? Think I might be on to something? Please leave your feedback below!
Just a warning guys, potential spoilers for Kingdom Hearts χ and Unchained χ ahead! So I was just digging around through concept art and found something interesting I figured you guys might enjoy (or not I'm easy lol) At this point I'm sure that everyone and their mother is aware of the fact that Xehanort's keyblade bares a strong resemblance to the foreteller’s keyblades. Xehanort’s keyblade matches perfectly with each foreteller’s keyblade, complete with the eye of darkness and an animal motif. Bear→ Snake → Unicorn → Fox → Leopard → Goat It makes perfect sense! Xehanort's keyblade is a goat and goats represent lust so it must represent his lust for darkness. Brilliant! Except the thing is Xehanort’s keyblade is not a Goat. We’ve been duped. Digging through concept art I found this image in the Kh ultimania dream drop distance concept art. Bare in mind the art is on Young Xehanort’s keyblade, but I think we can all agree that the animal symbol remains the same on both versions of Xehanorts’ keyblades. When examining this image I noticed a piece of information that kind of struck me surprising. This says 角のある獅子 (koku no aru shi shi) or horned lion. Yeah my head hit the desk out of exasperation at this moment too. Ok so I’m a disgrace of a okinawan teenager and I don’t trust my japanese enough to translate things efficiently, so I did a bit more snooping around. Apparently khwiki was aware of the fact that Xehanort’s keyblade is a horned lion too. Ok so if you knew that Xehanort’s animal motif was a Horned Lion and not a goat/ram I commend you. I’ve been calling the thing a goat for years and so has everyone I’ve ever talked Kingdom Hearts with. The fact that Xehanort’s animal motif is a -ahem- horned lion is actually pretty significant when it comes to comparing him with the foretellers. Namely because it changes the whole sin game entirely. With the foretellers names's revealed only two sins are left: lust and pride. Originally myself and many others who I’ve discussed with pegged the original owner of Xehanort’s keyblade as the inevitable lust representative because of the obvious goat motif. It’s not all bad though, because as I’m sure you’re aware if you took the time to look at the chart above you’ve noticed that Lions correspond to Pride in the Ancrene Wisse. Seeing as how Pride is often depicted as the deadliest sin of all (and given Grand Daddy Nort’s track record) this makes sense. However I think it might be important to note something I’ve mentioned once before: that Goats and Lions mixed together create a traditional chimera. It's mainly just food for thought though. I’m not much of a person who vocalizes their own predictions and such, but I’m actually rather curious to see your guys’ thoughts on this. Either way I hope you learned something new (and if not sorry for wasting your time haha it was legitimately surprising to me ok).
There are two types of Keyblades. Keyblades of heart and Keyblades of world's hearts. Keyblades of world's hearts have two subcategories: Keyblades of light and Keyblades of darkness. Keyblades of heart are able to unlock people's hearts and manipulate them in certain ways, and Keyblades of world's hearts are able to unlock/lock the hearts of worlds. The only confirmed Keyblade of heart that we've seen so far is the unnamed one that was created by Ansem SoD using the 7 Princesses of Heart. All the rest of the Keyblades we've seen are Keyblades of world's hearts, therefore don't have the ability to unlock and lock hearts of people. But, Xehanort's Keyblade is able to do this. Doesn't this mean that his Keyblade is a Keyblade of heart? EDIT: This question has been answered by Isamu_Kuno. If you'd like to know the answer, scroll down and read his comment. Thank you for the responses!