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Roxas + Keyblades.



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oathion

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I've always wondered, how important was Roxas to the Organization XIII. Sure, he was Sora's Nobody, but he wasn't just any special Nobody. He was able to wield a Keyblade, not if you look at the symbolic meaning of the two Keyblades he wielded; Oblivion; Increasing of Physical Strength and Oathkeeper; Increasing of Magical Strength. Do you think if Sora was never awakened and Riku never captured Roxas, that maybe Xehanort would've used Roxas for something just more than Kingdom Hearts? Basically, how important was Roxas to the Organization XIII?
 

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Oathkeeper and Oblivion are just meant to signify memories of Riku and Kairi, since they're the keyblades that represent Sora's two friends. Or something like that. People like to think of it like that anyway. I'm not sure what it means.
 

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Oathkeeper and Oblivion are just meant to signify memories of Riku and Kairi, since they're the keyblades that represent Sora's two friends.

wow i never looked at those keyblades that way....i guess ur either dead on right or have a very good theory there
 

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also, roxas was a nobody, a being of twilight (between light and darkness) oathkeeper and oblivion represent both light and darkness, just like "twilight"
 

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Oathkeeper and Oblivion are just meant to signify memories of Riku and Kairi, since they're the keyblades that represent Sora's two friends. Or something like that. People like to think of it like that anyway. I'm not sure what it means.

they also represent he being of twilight
oathkeeper-kairi-light
obilvion-riku-darkness
the middle is twilight=roxas
 

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i get it now, so its kidna like hte positioning of hte keyblades, like roxas is INBETWEEN the dark keyblade and hte light keyblade.
 

Rikus_Heartless

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oathkeeper is also known as the keyblade of light and the oblivion is the keyblad of dark or something like that dont really remember but also roxas's signature thing is black and white or checkered black and white (his rings, bracelet, the keblade sora gets from him etc.)
 

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I don't think that Roxas was any use to the XIII Order other then the connection he had with Sora..without Roxas, Sora wouldn't of destroyed all those hearts, i think..
 

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To Swizzle, well, if you look at it, Roxas isn't any particular of Sora, he's just a part of Sora's soul, but that would mean that he would feel a connection to Riku and Kairi, which I think is mainly how the pairing Roxiri started out in fanfiction.
 
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i think he just has those 2 keyblades for both he is a representative of twilight and he is a part of sora who is in between light and dark
 

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Why do you need to know....TELL ME!!!
but what make me wonder is that even though Roxas is Sora's nobody he was special to but roxas dosent have a heart so how does he get to wield the keyblade???sry if someone already posted this..
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