As a matter of fact, I wholeheartedly agree with you on the account of the female characters. It's one of my biggest and main complaints about the series amongst Axel being whored to oblivion and back.
Note: I like Axel & all buttt he should stay dead, too. As Axel, at least. As Lea? Well, who knows.
Mhm, exactly. I mean, all of this would make sense if it turned out that they were all linked in some way but it seems to me that they're not. Well, Aqua anyway. I liked Olette, since she was refreshing & new & the girl next door, and ohhh Larxene was great the evil bitch. C:< But, I mean, Olette was only really a filler for the beginning of KH II and was a part of Roxas's "reset" function (the "Hayner! Pence! Olette!" thing) and Larxene did her role [well] in CoM, or so I believe, so neither were too wasted.It's just awful. It's like an obvious expectation that if you don't look like Kairi now you won't be worth the screen time at all, or die without any more depth. Which is incredibly ridiculous and disappointing, considering what Olette and Larxene are. It's gotten me annoyed, and it still irritates me.
All the Kairi cloning it's getting too stupid. Can't they make an important female character, who's different, and does not resemble Kairi in a crucial role? Or is it that
impossible to fathom?
Nomura's a Kairi fanboy.
This is true. Pretty much from the start, her role has been damsel-in-distress. Okay, in KH, I get it. She lost her heart & she was a PoH & she was needed to open the Door To Darkness, but she was finally rescued & put back safely on DI. Then, in KH II she fucking gets kidnapped & she needs rescuing again & she still has no personality or development or whatever. The story was supposed to be about finding Riku, but no, had to be about Kairi.[/quote]And at the same time, they ignore to develop the said original Kairi.
Heartless, Roxas, Xion. I see what you mean. Heartless & Roxas come hand-in-hand, I get that. However, fuck to Xion.And now Sora, and his many births, is getting out of hand as well. What's next, his energy?
I think the Ven-Xion thing was just to make the fanboys squeal. I squeal because it was seen by Xigbar, the fangirl of him that I am. Also, it's just to fortify the Ven-Sora relationship, I presume.Even the hints in Days that fit into BBS, among other things, have nothing to do with her minus Xemnas and that one point of being seen as Ven by Xigbar.
I wish they delved further into the Axel-Saïx history thing, because although I've not played Days yet, I've heard of this and it really sparks an interest in me. See, I'm not too good at coming up with ideas but I know that it could have been something as simple as Roxas finding out that he was being used by Xemnas, but written in a really cryptic way.The Organization, the members, most preferably Saïx, Axel's own secrets and Roxas's mistrust of him in the long run, as well as him going to other worlds, and questioning the Organization's actions was all a much greater part of it.
Not played CoM, but from what I understand, it was much more sad. And the irony is is that he wasn't even an emo bastard about it like Xion was.Found him a much more sad character, and his tale was much more tragic. And it didn't have to take the whole game of CoM to get that feeling.
Bad plot device.But I think we got the point of what Xion is, at least.