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Spoiler ShowThe Keyblade War is clearly manufactured. The Foretellers might be tooting their own kazoos (I hope they are, that's an interesting angle to see five Masters so narrow-minded and egocentric), but "Upstairs" is poking and prodding the individual wielders and I suspect the hidden figure from the Crystals of Light plot is the Master of Upstairs as well, or one of their agents. Someone's trying to destroy the world, and the player characters are too inexperienced with the Light/Darkness dichotomy to realize that between the Crystals of Light, Upstairs and Guilt, they're essentially working for the Dark. Some players have also suspected that the "Fragment"/Card driven Keyblades are mass produced and not real, which means someone's arming and army of rubes for the express purpose of destroying the world.
It could be someone new, or a perpetually immortal Disney character like Maleficent, but I wonder: Who do we know who wants to destroy the world? For the express purpose of destroying the world - I'm referring to the deliberate actions of "Upstairs" and not the tunnel vision of the Foretellers. Who can travel through time, would need to artificially create agents to do their work (not just to avoid suspicion, but to get around the limits of time travel?). Who could give them or someone else the knowledge to create Emblem Heartless even though they shouldn't exist yet? Emblem Heartless that would provoke the Foretellers into taking drastic action? I think you know exactly who I mean.
Of course, that leads to a grandfather paradox, but DDD led me to a weird impression of Nomura as someone who wanted to use time travel, learned about time travel, learned time travel would screw up a dozen things, but was too stubborn to drop the plot. I feel Nomura's time travel rules make DDD work even if they make the game too complicate to understand sometimes, so I feel he could make this game work as well, but I still hope I'm wrong because time travel is just a bad idea in general.
I'd be happier if we could move on from this saga's plot entirely but yeah, if we have to continue it, that would be a good way to go about it.
I'd be happier with more story missions to continue on in the 3 worlds already, their kinda long overdue..., plus hopefully more concrete main story/cutscenes to give us more of something to think about... :lI'd be happier if we could move on from this saga's plot entirely but yeah, if we have to continue it, that would be a good way to go about it.
Thanks for all the replies. I prefer to think this is not real because the fashion is too modern and the timeline's confusing enough without thinking that Snow White existed possibly centuries ago in the KHverse.
For what it's worth, Snow White hasn't shown up yet, except in pictures and cards which you can excuse as part of the UI (they may be aware she doesn't meet the Dwarfs until BBS, unlike Alice who we first meet mid-story in KH1). So we could sit around and pretend Dwarfs just live a really long time, and that Wonderland is just Wonderland... we could, but then Agrabah waltzes in and screws it all up! Even the monkey is still alive, for goodness' sake. Since we've visited Agrabah a dozen times since, we know time flows ehhhhhhhh..., pretty normally there, so unless the Agrabanians are immortal, I can't really defend chi on this.
Wait that doesn't make sense. TAV was before Sora and his journey. So are you telling me now they are completly random ripping those cards of that script?So let me get this straight: The card or "fragments" are actually pages of the Foreteller's Script hence the Moogle handing them out from the book itself. That's why they are showing the future (aka characters from the other Kingdom Heart games) and provide their power, enhancing the keyblade of the player in the process.
That's actually a very neat explanation.
Wait that doesn't make sense. TAV was before Sora and his journey. So are you telling me now they are completly random ripping those cards of that script?
What are the probabilities that Chi's story can be merged with the current of the main Kingdom Hearts universe? Will Chi stay as a standalone plot?Major confusion going on here.
TAV's story may have been before Sora's but it still took place long after the "current" time within KHx. Because the Foreteller's Script contains information and power of the future, it can use essentially everything we know of from the main series because those events take place, again, in the future.