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Castle Oblivion...Castle Oathkeeper?



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Eva

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Do any of you think there will be a Castle OathKeeper? Just wondering, feel free to critisize.
 

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...i highly doubt that. first of all the name "Castle Oblivion" has nothing to do with the keyblade "Oblivion".
 

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Eh, I was just asking. and I knew Oblivion has nothing to do with Castle Oblivion. Just wondering....
 

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Wait what? Castle Oblivion was named Oblivion because it forced Sora to forget nearly all his past. What would happen in Castle Oathkeeper? You're forced to keep all of your promises?
 

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Cerberiga said:
Wait what? Castle Oblivion was named Oblivion because it forced Sora to forget nearly all his past. What would happen in Castle Oathkeeper? You're forced to keep all of your promises?
*shrugs* maybe.
 

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Nice attempt but I highly doubt it...I think it was called Oblivion in the sense that anyone who enters the castle is falling into Oblivion.
 

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It's okay. Critisize all you guys wnat. I'll take it.
 

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Man.. This place has gone to the pits since I left..
Ok, Castle "Oblivion" is just a name that was given to the castle due to the fact that it screws up your memories because of Namine, the place is probably dead now though.
a Castle Oathkeeper would.. If it had something to do with the keyblade(which it doesn't) would be some place you go as a rest stop or something.
 

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Let's apply some logic to this...

We all know that Oblivion is the KB of darkness...and
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Traverse Town was another one of these worlds which lie in between. Which could theoretically mean that there is another castle (oathkeeper anyone) and maybe Twilight Town to represent the 4 realms: Light (Oathkeeper), Dark (Oblivion) Twilight (Twilight Town) Present (Traverse Town).

However i do have to agree on the fanishness of this, its mere coincidence imo but i do think SE could've given the castle a better name in the first place...
 

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the 'oblivion' keyblade and castle 'oblivion',...I think I read somewhere that in Japanese, the txo words aren't the same, and I think that makes sense.
The keyblade's got nothing to do with the castle, but it's fun to think of other keyblade-baased castles...
Spellbinder: no magic; Lionheart: Leon / Squall's house (I KNOW that's Hollow Bastion, but hey!) and all the other keyblade.

Funny, but 'castle Oathkeeper'....not really, no.
 

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Traverse Town was another one of these worlds which lie in between. Which could theoretically mean that there is another castle (oathkeeper anyone) and maybe Twilight Town to represent the 4 realms: Light (Oathkeeper), Dark (Oblivion) Twilight (Twilight Town) Present (Traverse Town).

However i do have to agree on the fanishness of this, its mere coincidence imo but i do think SE could've given the castle a better name in the first place...

Okay let's add a tad more logic to that. Merriam Webster defines "oblivion" as "the fact or condition of forgetting or having forgotten". Hmm, and Castle Oblivion messed around with Sora's memories so that he forgot many vital parts of his former life. There is a connection. IT'S NOT NAMED AFTER THE KEYBLADE.
 

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i think oblivion means "memories past" so then that would explain castle oblivion, don't you think?
oathkeeper has something to do with promises. it would be stupid to have a castle based on promises, right?
 
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