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So are all true keyblades light to begin with? I was thinking that was what the legend Kairi's grandmother was talking about meant. The light that everybody wanted.
 

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I think Kingdom Key has an opposite because it's meant to lock Kingdom Hearts from both sides. If it wasn't needed, Mickey could've just used the Star Seeker. He went to the world of darkness to get the Kingdom Key D. So he must have needed that specific Keyblade. And before someone throws a "he needed a dark keyblade" out there, Nomura said that Mickey's Keyblade is light.

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Where did he say that Mickey's Keyblade was Light? o,o; since you know... it came from the Realm of Darkness.
I do agree about needing to lock the Door from both sides though. Here's to having it explained in Birth by Sleep.
 

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I like your theory, but i dont think it has much relevance to the story. Besides, wat would that mean about the chainless keyblades?
maybe theres a dark keyblade graveyard full of the opposits of the originals. and i saw keychains on keyblades there.
 

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maybe theres a dark keyblade graveyard full of the opposits of the originals. and i saw keychains on keyblades there.
Not on those Keyblades. None of them have Keychains.
 
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