It isn't a real Keyblade and it was created out of 6 out of the 7 hearts of the Princesses
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Wow interesting discussion we have going here! <3
I was just curious upon the matter, what would happen if Sora and Roxas wanted to wield the same Keyblade simultaneously? Would it allow it?
For example; If Sora and Roxas both wanted to wield the Oathkeeper coincidently at the same time, would it allow it?
Thats what i've always thought, but thats when i started thinking about the Forms extra keyblades, Even Roxas having oathkeeper and oblivion at the same time. And something that just came to mind.. When Sora fights Roxas in KH2, i remember I had the Oathkeeper equip. I'm sure it isn't a part of the story that the oathkeeper was the keyblade Sora was using during that fight, BUT, For the entire KH2 storyline, Sora had Kairis good luck charm. Otherwise he would had never been able to have it in the ending scene. He was never given it or ever had it taken away during the entire game. But if Roxas had the Good Luck charm attatched to his Kingdom Key., that would mean that there was two of them at one time.
My only possible answer to that would be that i would assume that Roxas's keyblade is a duplicate of Sora's. Therefore he would also have Oblivion and Oathkeeper as duplicate also, although i cant explain why he would have duplicates made.
As for the second Keyblade, I think (this is just me) that Yen Sid and/or the Fairy's gave him a new Keyblade once he got his new clothes...
well, (late to this thread), i always believed it was the keychain, til i played kh2, then i think they just got lazy and dropped the wole concept. it ended up like an rpg, you have a bunch of weapons in your item inventory, and you can change and sel them(well, sell some of donalds and goofy's anywway).
woah woah woah woah. hold on did you not pay attention to my restatement of how the idea of the keychain had less emphasis in KH2 than KH1? in KH1 the chains were all so important while in KH2 the chains just seemed like they were there as a random fashion accessory and it seemed like sora was just given a multitude of keyblades. and no crap they had chains hanging off the keyblades, but if you pay attention they really don't go into a like oh this keychain does this and more of a oh the keyblade has this ability and that's what i meant. and also if you have seen the secret videos you'd have realized what i meant as well so yeah wanderer don't go shooting me down when you didn't take the time to carefully think out what i was saying. and plus the theory is about if sora has more than 1 keyblade which it seems like he does which is what my whole point of that post was about.