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Mabe a letter from each of their names was used to make Xion's name. The i from Kairi, The o from Sora, and the e from Namine... it's just a guess.
In the pod room Sora sleeps.
Namine: If it's connected to another memory, surely she can't endure it
They are most likely talking about Xion, my guess is that she was born from Sora's memories, with a little bit of Kairi mixed in.
Xion: How can two people be the same?
She is probably talking about Roxas and herself, seeing as they are both from Sora.
Riku defeats Xion, she is fallen over, the keyblade that left her hand disappears.
Xion: You say this keyblade is a fake...? Don't say such a selfish thing!
Because she is a part of Sora, she can wield a keyblade, but because she is not a direct Nobody/Heartless from Sora and is from Kairi, she wields a fake(ish) Keyblade. And we all gotta belief in Riku cuse he is da man.
Coded, BBS and Days are connected. Established and based.
TAV = insanely powerful factor in the story to come, both retrospective games as well as future ones. Obvious and logical.
Namine was in a completely separate game than Kairi in CoM compared with KH1. That didn't stop her from being Kairi's Nobody as revealed in KH2.
And then, of course, we have Nomura just about smugly inform us that they hardly revealed anything of true importance in the trailers. What did we see in the trailers? Xion thinking she's Kairi's Nobody because of her looks, and even then - it's not really what we got to see.
We know nothing about Aqua. We know nothing of true importance about Xion. For all purposes and causes, we can't say with outmost certainty that they're unrelated, not even once we play both BBS and Days - and maybe not even Coded, which is the earliest point in which the two can be properly connected, imo.
Saying "written in Kanji" means nothing to pronounciation because kanji does not [directly] dictate how a word is said. One character could be pronounced multiple ways. Hiragana and katakana are the pronounciation alphabets. Having that said, this is a search for "pig". There is いのこ (inoko) and いのこへん (inokohen) as radicals, but that doesn't mean "ino" means "pig". On the other hand, this is a search for いの (ino) itself, which brings back things like "pray" and "wish" as stems of the verb いのる (inoru). (The "ru" part usually makes a word a verb in basic Japanese.)Ino, as a word, means pig, when written in Kanji.
My basic point is that I have yet to see "ino", be it in hiragana or katakana, mean "pig".Nomura has a habit of not writing his characters' names in Kanji, nor state one meaning over the other.
Hence, while meaning "Ocean" and "Land", Kairi （カイリ） and Riku's （リク） names can just as easily mean "Separation" and "The pain of Separation" depending on the Kanji you pick for them.
Also, Kairi can mean "beaver".
Assuming Xion's real name is Ino (which I personally don't believe to be the case), "pig" might not be the main meaning behind it (much like "Separation" and "Beaver" are to Kairi), but that doesn't mean it's wrong under the correct context - even if it's just for fanservice.
Never trust an anime to teach you Japanese. :X Especially if it's an English dub. Not that I think you're really trying to learn Japanese that way, but yeah... /shuts up.Well, this just might be Naruto's fault. There's a character in there called Ino, and she's often insulted as being a pig.
Blame that if you never find any proof of the word meaning that.
I hadn't heard of that one. /facepalm That's pretty good, even if it doesn't allow for such awesome in-depth crap like Ino.Personally, I still support the "No I" anagram. Not gonna stop saying it. Adds up far too well.