History Fridge / KingdomHearts

22nd Mar '18 9:49:27 AM razorrozar7
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** Depending how faithful a [[WebVideo/DemyxTime Parle]] fan you are, but this is explained by way of Demyx and Axel switching bodies at the time, and Axel being inexperienced with Demyx's powers.
19th Dec '17 8:23:10 PM DensetsuNoKaboom
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* Fridge/KingdomHeartsX



[[folder:Kingdom Hearts χ [chi] ]]
* The starter Keyblade, Starlight, is just a recolored Kingdom Key with a different head. SE being lazy? Maybe. But it's an imitation of the χ-Blade, so ''of course'' it's going to look a bit like Kingdom Key.
* A bit of FridgeHorror: KHX is a cutesy MMORPG where you engage in friendly competition with people though different factions with the objective of gathering the most "Lux", light. This is all fine and dandy until you realize that this is the same Keyblade War which shattered the X-Blade and ended with all of the fallen warriors' Keyblades stuck dead in the Keyblade Graveyard. You, all of the friends you make, and all of the people you meet in KHX are all doomed to eventually kill each other over this "friendly competition".
* A bit of FridgeBrilliance that crosses over with BBS, but this game explains something most chalked up to RuleOfCool: the [[AnimalEaredHeadband animalistic "ears"]] seen on the BBS trio's armor. The helmets from the armor resembling animal heads isn't coincidence - it's something carried down from Daybreak Town and its leaders, even if that world no longer exists. All of the survivors of the Keyblade War were members of the Foretellers' unions, so there's no wonder that the idea of animal masks and powerful warriors remained connected in the minds of the remaining children. Bonus points in that both Terra and Ven's helmet "ears" strongly resemble those seen on Ava's mask - the one who trained the children who would rebuild the world(s).
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4th Dec '17 6:06:29 PM Uyyy
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* Fridge Humor: Why are all the Xehanorts varying shades of AmbiguouslyBrown? [[spoiler: The original Xehanort grew up on a ''tropical island''.]]
4th Dec '17 6:06:29 PM Uyyy
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27th Aug '17 3:32:31 PM Sally777
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* This troper once wondered why after seeing the scene with Namine shattering Repliku's Memories (and thus his heart) and why she didn't try that with the Organization to escape. Then the troper realized, most Nobodies begin as EmptyShell s before they begin regaining their memories. Even if we take into consideration that [[spoiler:Nobodies can regrow their hearts]], they're still extremely small and thus, barely anything there to manipulate or destroy. Ergo, being a Nobody is basically NoSell ing Namine's ability.
30th Jul '17 8:38:21 AM The_Pyro_Jawsome
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** Actually, no. 358/2 Days takes place before, concurrently with, and after CoM. At first Roxas can't emote because he has no memories with which to base them on (or, going with 3D's 'Nobodies have hearts' thing, he wasn't used to his heart, or whatever.) Sora went through Castle Oblivion around 358/2 Days's midpoint time-wise, as Marluxia, Larxene, Zexion, Lexaeus, and Vexen show up in Days (You get trained by Lexaeus, and Vexen [[spoiler: created Xion]]), before they get sent to Castle Oblivion. After CoM happens, Axel does mention his 'cleanup' there in Days. The first time Roxas and Naminé could ever meet was in the White Room in data-Twilight Town, and even then, Roxas might not even feel anything at all towards her, because he never got Sora's memories (remember, Sora had all his memories once he got unShadowed in 1). Unless it was deep memory of Xion, there is no way Roxas or Naminé could be in love in II's prologue.
26th Jul '17 8:20:31 AM trulymadmoves
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* The terms "Heartless" and "Nobody" are figuratively apt names for what these creatures are, but taken literally are the exact opposite. A "Heartless" is a creature of pure evil that devours hearts, and a "Nobody" is a remnant of what a person once was, a soulless being which is occasionally stated to not actually exist. But they're not Heartless as in "lacking a heart", they're creatures with ''only'' a heart. And a Nobody can be read as "no body", but they're only a body.
11th Jun '17 10:51:11 AM NVPOWER
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* More like Fridge Hilarity, but I just noticed: Saïx's weapon is a [[{{BFS}} giant Claymore]] . He is also the [[LuckySeven seventh]] member of the Organization. Now, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII which game is best known for having a protagonist with a ridiculously large sword]]?

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* More like Fridge Hilarity, but I just noticed: Saïx's weapon is a [[{{BFS}} giant Claymore]] . He is also the [[LuckySeven seventh]] member of the Organization. Now, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII which game is best known for having a protagonist with weird hair, a deep voice and a ridiculously large sword]]?
11th Jun '17 10:27:30 AM NVPOWER
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** Hold on, if she does know about the command slots, does that mean that she can break the fourth wall? I mean, sure, she wouldn't be be the first Kingdom Hearts character to do so, but still...



* About character themes: Ventus [[spoiler: and Vanitas']] themes are medleys and remixes of Sora's and Roxas' themes, right? However, remember that this game is a ''prequel''. Ventus' theme isn't an expanded remix of Roxas' theme, Roxas' theme ''is'' Ventus' theme, [[RuleOfSymbolism stripped of several of it's instruments and notes.]] Likewise, Ventus' and [[spoiler: Vantias']] themes aren't using riffs from Sora's theme, [[FridgeHorror Sora's theme is the '' union'' of their themes.]] [[OhCrap You know what]] [[SealedEvilInACan this implies]] [[EnemyWithin for Sora, guys.]] Pretty ironic, considering that the part which comes from [[spoiler: Vanitas]] is the ''cheerful'' one in Sora's theme.

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* About character themes: Ventus [[spoiler: and Vanitas']] themes are medleys and remixes of Sora's and Roxas' themes, right? However, remember that this game is a ''prequel''. Ventus' theme isn't an expanded remix of Roxas' theme, Roxas' theme ''is'' Ventus' theme, [[RuleOfSymbolism stripped of several of it's instruments and notes.]] Likewise, Ventus' and [[spoiler: Vantias']] Vanitas's]] themes aren't using riffs from Sora's theme, [[FridgeHorror Sora's theme is the '' union'' of their themes.]] [[OhCrap You know what]] [[SealedEvilInACan this implies]] [[EnemyWithin for Sora, guys.]] Pretty ironic, considering that the part which comes from [[spoiler: Vanitas]] is the ''cheerful'' one in Sora's theme.



* At the end of Chain of Memories, Naminé puts Sora to sleep in a pod that resembles a giant lotus bloom. Traditionally, lotus are associated with the concept of rebirth--meaning that Sora was actually experiencing a Birth by Sleep!

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* At the end of Chain of Memories, Naminé puts Sora to sleep in a pod that resembles a giant lotus bloom. Traditionally, lotus are associated with the concept of rebirth--meaning that Sora was actually experiencing a Birth (re)birth by Sleep!sleep!


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** In Kingdom Hearts 3d, Xemnas reveals that [[spoiler: he was technically lying all along about the whole "nobodies don't have hearts or emotions" thing, wich means that nobodies CAN have hearts and emotions. This means that the quirks and personnalities given to the nobodies in the games and manga are basically foreshadowing this revelation by making them appear more human, thus making ourselves ask: "are these guys really as apathetic and hollow as their reputation makes them out to be?" Seriously, if it wasn't for the black coats, the [[StockSuperpowers stock superpowers]] and you knowing otherwise, you would've definitely mistaken most of them for regular humans.]]
3rd Jun '17 12:59:10 PM Raikoh
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* One of the recurring themes throughout the entire series is that Sora's usage of the PowerOfFriendship creates a bond with others that can be felt in numerous and extreme circumstances. Notably, the fact that even though they'd all forgotten him due to ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories,'' as soon as Sora started waking up numerous friends began remembering him again. Now look at [[BigBad Xehanort,]] who has been going out of his way to plant the seeds of his research into every facet of his plans, to the point of not only GrandTheftMe but [[spoiler: creating numerous vessels out of both willing and unwitting pawns.]] Xehanort isn't just a MagnificentBastard that stays one step ahead of the heroes, he is by all rights and means a ShadowArchetype to Sora; both have great power and potential that can do things no one thought possible, and yet are on opposite sides of the spectrum as Xehanort forcibly embeds himself into other's lives for his own purposes while Sora creates his connections in a friendly and benign manner. While the series mostly emphasizes his [[NotSoDifferent similarities to Riku,]] Xehanort truly evolved into ''Sora's anti-thesis.''
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