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no keychain on his keyblade makes him even more powerfull? i dont think that adds up
Is it just me, or is MX at Disney Castle? I also notice they've altered MX's outfit and that he's wearing the same shoes as O13. Might be a clue or something.
oh yeah, the whole "sonosuketoha?", idk how, but i remember something about "transparent assistant", which could tie into the KH2FM+ secret ending[u know, how DS came out of MX's body], but i just went w/ "assistant" to be safe since you can't read the rest, but it probably doesn't mean "transparent".
and the word they used for soldier: "senshi" could also be translated into "K.I.A[killed in action]" or like "dead", mostly a warrior who died in battle and stuff, so that was pretty interesting too, but went w/ "soldier" since it also means that. it's most likely what it meant, since Vanitas doesn't seem to be dead..well idk, it's KH, >~> he could be a living dead soul? haha.
mind giving us a small summary about what it says in there since i have way too many tabs open right now.I thought I'd google Vanitas as ヴァニタス for you guys. I found this (and notice that I've linked it THROUGH the google translator so you can read it in English): http://www.translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http://www.paintweb.jp/text/vanitas.html - it has nothing to do with the character, but has to do purely with the meaning of the word and how Japan, and potentially therefore the creators, interpret the meaning. You may get something out of it (since they seem to mention masterpieces as vanity, not wanting to age as vanity... these concepts apply to KH). Vanity is another aspect of the heart, afterall...
Vanitas is vanity, the transience of life, and is translated as emptiness of the world. I think it relatively easy to understand concepts, so that there is a sense of Impermanence Buddhism in Japan. However, the uncertainty of the East and the West still uncertainty as there is a little different area. Vanitas is that knowledge is vain and all earthly possessions, all took the time to death of this world do not change and what are the things that means.
Well the Unversed are "the opposite of human life" so... >_> Maybe he IS an Unversed.
look at the picture closely.The Unbirth are born from negative emotion.
Vanity could certainly be considered a negative emotion.
It makes more sense, knowing KH, that "vanity" here means "emptiness." But that doesn't mean that it can't also mean excessive pride.
Xehanort and Xion's names, for example, have been said by Nomura to have multiple meanings.
Vanitas could follow this trend. Vanity may be a double entendre here.
Just look at Vanitas in that picture. If you were to judge his character off of that picture, what would your initial impression be? He comes off as being very vain.
You're looking way too far into it.
He's definitely leaning back.
And his position is a signature indicator (in Japanese culture) of that "cocky" attitude, as you said.
A cocky person is a vain person.