yeah i get what you saying but i really think they are the youngest forteller as for the other thing sometimes i type so fast that forget to check my spelling
Yea sure, like said, it is a valid interpretation, it just isn't confirmed anywhere.
Ah I see, well, maybe typing a little slower would be helpful then. ^__^
He sounds like Roxas/Ven (connected to Sora) and then give him an almost identical pose to Sora's KH3 render. Do you blame us? Especially in a game that literally forces the idea of everything being connected. To be honest it's getting sort of repetitive so I really do hope they made the render like that to throw us off, and instead surprise us with something new.
Last time I checked Gula isn't voiced by Jesse McCartney or KÅki Uchiyama, so that already falls flat and otherwise it is just a damn simple pose
Does that mean that if a character dons the "Saturday Night Fever"-pose we can expect John Travolta to be in KH wielding the Discoblade or if there's someone sitting with his hands crossed before his mouth that Gendo Ikari will show up?
Riku and Vanitas also share the same battle stance and there's zero
connection between them.
It is not about casting blame actually but more me wondering why there is so much overthinking in this regard.
between characters can mean several different things, it doesn't have to be the literal offshoot/variation of the same character-stuff that has been done to death already in the KH series as a whole, so yes, it is
If one wanted to put it most harshly, Ephemer, Skuld (and possibly Chirithy) might be the only characters coming from the X[chi]-era that have any actual worth when/if the Foretellers are really just another bunch of useless clones/offshoots that serve for yet another trip down the identity crisis- and "who am I"-angsting lane already present in KH 2 and Days (with both Roxas and Xion), CoM (with the Riku Replica), BBS (with Ventus), Re: Coded (with the data beings) and DDD (with Sora himself).
While a plotpoint/scenario can be used more than once with enough creativity, there comes a point somewhere where even the most goodwilled follower gets fed up with retreading the same stuff over and over.