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I would have loved to see Rapunzel hit Marluxia with the frying pan.So since Young Xehanort got roasted by Woody, Vantias thrown through a bunch of doors by Sully and Luxord got knocked of the boat by Jack Sparrow’s bad breath. I wonder what the Disney characters would of done to Marluxia and Larxene? Who knows Maybe Marluxia might of got hit by Rapunzel frying pan or Marshmallow might of knocked Larxene of the mountain considering she done that to Sora earlier it would definitely be one way to get payback.
Speaking of The World That Never Was, was is always a Nobody world? Did Org 13 and their minions build the city so all their minions would have quarters to stay in? Did Org 13 invade a city and turn all the inhabitants into Heartless and some Nobodies?
I assume it's the latter, because Org 13 architecture is not at all like the city. Maybe regular Nobodies are a fan of modern architecture?
I also wonder how sociable regular Nobodies would be when they're not ordered to attack. How intelligent are they? How do they see themselves and their place in the world? Are they good architects? Do they manufacture all the zippers that are in such high demand in this universe? Do thousands of them hang out in the city and play ping pong all day? Will their relationships with each other lead to them regrowing their hearts?
I imagine they're a lot like the chimera in Fullmetal Alchemist with most of them permanently losing vast parts of their cognition and identity when turned. I think it's probably too late for most Nobodies to be turned human again, but I'd like to see it be attempted. I'd also like to see regular Nobodies try to assimilate into human society.
I was pretty bummed when Days came out and there was next to no additional lore on lesser Nobodies. I wanted to know why each lesser Nobody took a certain form. I think Nobodies naturally have a certain unseen form, and the Org members then divided them up and converted them into Nobodies of their own design. Or it could be the Dusk is the original, unchanged form.