Would someone please clarify for me whether the video takes place in the past or the present? I can't see how it could take place in the past, but everywhere I look, it seems to be an already agreed upon thing. Why is this? Why??
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I disagree. My arguement is based off how Riku's keyblade sort've grew with him. I mean, in CoM, Riku mainly fought with his dark blade, the one he used in KH. The Way to Dawn only came into being after CoM, meaning it couldn't've been passed down, like Sora's Kingdom Key. At least, that's my take.in my opinion the way of dawn is just another keyblade like the kingdom key that someone else had and past down to Riku.
I've heard about the video. I thought it was Xemnas in it, though, and second, it doesn't have to be the past just b/c of that video. The lady in the sleeping armor could be doing just that, sleeping, until she waks up and starts battling the UEM.there's a video floating around about xehanort's past in the chamber of sleeping he is in there's the armor of the female knight in the room so it obviously can't be the future but this past is crucial to how the story works like why xehanort does what he does oh and i think the keyblades just foreshadow riku, mickey, and sora
What does this even mean??? All of the past is connected to the future, I know that, because the past has to happen for there to be a present and a future! And what's your argument for it taking place in the past?It takes place in the past, but is also connected to the future.
I don't even know that this mean. The past cannot happen at the same time as the future. This is an oxymoron.both in the past and the future
So your saying the keyblade popped out of a keyblade archive or something? I mean, what do we really know about the keyblades and where they come from? I mean, come to think of it, where did Sora's keyblade come from? The crossroads pictured in the video, where it was just lying about, and suddenly thinks to itself "Well, gee, theres a keyblade master out there, I think I'll go find him!" Are these keyblades sentient? I mean, we know they choose a master, I mean, how do they function? They base their 'reasoning,' for lack of a better word, on someone's heart?way to the dawn came to riku because he had prooven that he had a heart strong enough to wield the keyblade
ok, so your argument is saying that "Tetsura said it, so it must be true." However, I find his statement rather ambiguous, wouldn't you agree? "It is in the past but can be thought of in the future?" Do you happen to have the exact words, I find that a little confusing, is he saying it can be interpreted both ways, because in that case, we're back to square one.People say it takes places in the past, and agree upon this because in an interview Tetsuya Nomura states,"It is in the past but can also be thought of in the future." or something along those lines.
The lady in the sleeping armor could be doing just that, sleeping, until she waks up and starts battling the UEM. .
There is no one in the armor, it's just the armor and the female knight's keyblade. I also think that the actual event takes place in the past but also in the future. A while ago vulcrypt made a theory about the event being a reanactment of the past by using the white rooms. So the event could take place in the past, but also in the future in that the reliving of the event through the white rooms takes place in the future.
Did that scene happen in the future or in the past?
I would at least say it's an episode in the past, but.... Hmm, how should I say this? It's in the past but you can also think it's in the future, something like that.
The actual event is referring to the battle itself, correct? Hmmm....a reanactment of the past using the white rooms. That is interesting. A couple of questions directed towards this theory:I also think that the actual event takes place in the past but also in the future. A while ago vulcrypt made a theory about the event being a reanactment of the past by using the white rooms. So the event could take place in the past, but also in the future in that the reliving of the event through the white rooms takes place in the future.
Interesting theory. So Mickey was telling Sora to reanact the scene, perhaps? Telling him to go to the white rooms and reanact the battle?A better possibility is that it's a reenactment of what Mickey's letter has written on it. After all, he was there to witness the event when it happened. And Nomura did say if given the chance, he'd like to show what is written on the letter.