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Guernsey

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Wasn't there a like a 358/2 Days fan remake in the works that uses the same engine as KH2?
 

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I understand how Sora keeps losing his powers after each game, but how does he keep losing all of those keychains? Does he have holes in his pockets?
That is a good question, maybe when that happens, the keychains break when that happens, although that also depends on if the keychains are canon or not, me personally I have never seen them as canon, but that is only because there is a lack of evidence, but if they are canon, then that could be the reason, after all, Riku's Keyblade did break, so it stands to reason that keychains by themselves can break too, just my thoughts on that.
 

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I understand how Sora keeps losing his powers after each game, but how does he keep losing all of those keychains? Does he have holes in his pockets?
CoM - they turned into cards
KH2 - ... they were turned into cards so he couldn't keep them
DDD - he was restarting so he left his keychains behind by choice
KH3 - sleeping realm keychains couldn't be used outside of the dream(?)
 

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I think the more likely scenario is they're non-canonical. That's the mindset Everglow's KH Timeline series works under.
Well that's definitely not true, given the fact that some keychains are given in cutscenes, like Jungle King and Oathkeeper. Also, Shooting Star is used in a cutscene in a way that has a pretty deliberate impact on the members of BH6
 

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Well that's definitely not true, given the fact that some keychains are given in cutscenes, like Jungle King and Oathkeeper. Also, Shooting Star is used in a cutscene in a way that has a pretty deliberate impact on the members of BH6
I'll concede to the Shooting Star one, but not the other two; Oathkeeper is literally just Kairi's lucky charm, and Jungle King just randomly gets given to the player non-diegenically in the final cutscene.

At any rate, let's just go with "he rarely canonically uses them".
 

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Well, I used them in the game, so canonically he used them, since it happened on the game on my screen that I was playing.
 

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Personally, I’ve always viewed the keychains as physical manifestations created by the heart at key moments. They may take the appearance of certain objects, but they aren’t the original objects themselves. They are intrinsically tied to the power Sora possesses. So when he loses said powers, the keychains vanish too.

For example, Sora has Kairi’s charm all throughout KH2. But it’s only after the Twilight Town second visit that he gets the keychain based on it.

So I do think they can be considered canon, but aren’t necessarily those physical objects we see handed to Sora in certain scenes. Rather the keychain manifests to take on the appearance of said object.
 
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