Unicornis: Our books are missing part of the story-- The Lost Page.
Anguis: I found the traitor.
Ursus: I don't believe there is one among us.
Vulpeus: Are we all going to turn against one another?
Leopardus: It's written on that page that one will betray all.
Anguis' line is pretty suspicious when left alone just like that, as the "traitor" among the Foretellers and the one that will "betray all" aka bring about the catastrophe of the prophecy does not necessarily have to be the same person.
Ursus' line sounds like he either is too trusting or in denial about the possibility that one of them could be not so trustworthy as initially thought.
Uh, and Leopardus...how does he know what is written on the page that's missing
If anybody has any plot relevance of getting killed of then it's Ventus. Killing off Ventus will completely eradicate Vanitas.
I really do not know from where you get these totally unfounded assumptions. If the erasure of Ventus would really mean automatically the erasure of Vanitas as well Xehanort would not have left Ven to die on Destiny Islands four years before BBS.
Xehanort was convinced that Ven was done for and it didn't seem to affect Vanitas all that much.
First of all: Would it now? Isn't that running on assumptions? Remember that the instance of self-sacrifice we see at the end of BBS worked only because Ven's and Vanitas' hearts were melded together again in forming the X-Blade, so smashing the X-Blade should've destroyed both of them. And before then, earlier in the story, Vanitas attacked Ven in the Badlands and seemed to be trying to kill him til Mickey intervened. Why would Vanitas do that if it put his own existence in danger?
Secondly, hasn't Ven been through enough already? He's had to endure far more physical and mental trauma than most of the characters combined, and I'd rather it not all be in vain. Plus Ven's already played the self-sacrifice card; rather than it being impactful, I'd just think "Really? Again?"
Correct, it is a totally unfounded claim that is not only not supported
by the series itself, it is outright contradicted by it.
Strangely, all the shit that Ven had and has to endure seems to fly over many people's heads, as if he isn't even one of the tormented and his heart sleeping inside Sora is actually a vacation instead of a gravely wounded being resting to recuperate. Is it maybe because it wasn't forced down our throats at every second game minute like with Xion?
I still find it interesting that the Overnort...
...lol, somehow I dig that nickname.