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1) xDDD it's so so true. Though I don't die even in the Xaldin fight. ;w; ;;;
2) Crap game is crap. Weed out most of the KHII Disney Worlds and the only thing you're missing out on is the Org members' INTRODUCTIONS which are redundant anyway because the Org as a whole are crap filler antagonists. Xemnas only has merit as who he's a part of, not his own independent being. XH too but then again XH didn't pretend to be more, but at the same time he IS Riku's story, giving him the right to exist. Xemnas... less so.
Selfishness doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing (Just saying). Having said that, if the Nobody is truly simulating actual love, then wouldn?t you think the Nobody would be more selfless than selfish?―wanting nothing more than to see the other person happy since he or she cannot feel happiness? :/
(I need to know how the loved one would be removed to know how the Nobody would react).
I like this, just to mention it. Sounds interesting.
So then, we?re pretty much in agreement about the messiah being a misguided, well-intentioned antagonist and a Nobody being capable of doing moral good. Some have a mind to be good; to be mindful of the qualities that make [made] the Nobody who he or she is [was] and remain true to them―some need an impetus (like love) to be good and vice versa. I'm trying to think up other stuff but I'm drawing up blanks at the moment. XD
This was great though―I got a lot of good stuff out of this. Thankies.
There you go. I literally had the exact same thing in mind, funnily enough (something, something... great minds think alike).
How would you go about realizing a messiah bringing salvation to the nobodies though? Would you prefer the messiah figure to take a back seat―just giving light indiscriminately―while an apostle figure is the one taking a more active and responsible part in misleading the Nobodies to embrace the light? That was a spur-of-the-moment thought btw.
Oh nice. Didn't think about this before. Remember Kairi's grandmother's story? I was thinking this could be seen as some sort of perversion of that tale. The Light-filled Nobodies are trying to become the light of the world. Maybe Kairi's grandmother is secretly the messaih! :O (I'm joking)
Well, I'm not too sure about that. I believe Nobodies understand full well what their actions could lead to. I believe Nobodies have sense―Nobodies just lack sensation. They're just as capable of doing morally right things as they can wrong.
"This is the right thing to do..."
"Do you feel this is the right thing?
"Sadly, I cannot feel―but my mind tells me this is correct."
And I don't think they can live coexistingly with society either; Nobodies do have the "potential" to be a threat, but I don't think that's enough of a justification to rub them out. Yen Sid should be trying to shelter them in an inbetween world and trying to find a way to make them whole instead of being all herp a derp derp.
It does? Or is this just prejudice speaking? :/
Yeah, I agree. I wasn't too sure about having a Special Nobody speak for his or her people―it needs to be a Nobody.