im a big KH fan as the next guy but i don't understand for those who bash me because i think it's a terrible story
Every fan has his own individual opinion. Think of it like water and oil; they're in the same place, 'cept they can't mix well.
First they pulled up some Voldemort BS from their a$$ by saying that the entire Organization XIII was to create 13 Xehanort's by Xehanort splitting his heart and blablablablabla
I admit, this took me by surprise, but that was the entire purpose of it; a twist. Looking at the bright side, at least it gives a sense of closure to KH3; you eliminate every possible incarnation of Xehanort. A grand finale, almost a Keyblade War.
Then they go on saying this crap how "Oh yeah nobodies REALLY had hearts the whole time!!!!"
Nobodies having/developing hearts has been hinted in past games before.
Then they decide to pull out the worst plot ever. you know a story takes a wrong turn when crap time travel comes into play
Get over it. Some big time franchises (such as Zelda and Sonic) have implemented this element. Forget about it and enjoy the visuals, soundtrack, gameplay, etc.
so now Ansem sod all of a sudden can time travel to the past n tell young MX that he has time traveling abilities and now they can all time travel n crap
This is no surprise; one of the Xehanorts had the ability, and every secret Xehanort boss (Xemnas, Terra, now Mysterious Figure) is strongly involved in the plot of the entire series, so timetravel was expected to have been introduced.
THEN you're going to tell me that "oh yeah the xehanort's knew all this was going to hppn"
Master Xehanort introduced a piece of his heart inside all of them, so they share his consciousness.
they knew Terra would resist Xehanort
It was to be expected, seeing as Terra's heart is that of a Keyblade Master's and he also has another's heart (Eraqus').
Go outside, take a deep breath, salute your neighbors, drink a glass of water, go out with your dogs, take a walk, do whatever distracts you and get out of this apparent bad mood over something so mute as a videogame's plot, there are much more important and pressing matters right now, everywhere in the world.
they rly crapped out now on this game.
More like plot-twists filled.
im not bothering to follow this insane story anymore
At least see it finish and witness whatever it is Nomura has in store for us during the next saga, seeing as how it's like a fresh start to the franchise (and his mediocre writing). :>
and it makes MX taking over terra's body for no reason if he can
"extract" a piece of his heart to take over terra's body. thats all he neededto do
envisions a realm where there is a clear and perfect equilibrium between the forces of Light and Dark
. During his studies, which involved traveling around the worlds, he recollected information of the Keyblade War
, an event which created the Xblade
, key to the summoning of Kingdom Hearts
over to the Realm of Light
. With all this knowledge, he decided to recreate one of the events that forged the blade that would summon KH
; a conflict between a heart of pure darkness and one of pure light
. This would create the Xblade
, a weapon he would use to summon the omnipotent force that would grant him the power to balance all things out. But he realized his body was too frail and old, he wouldn't last enough time to complete his ideals and be witness for it, so he decided to transfer his heart to someone; Terra
In the end, his plan failed, but during his years as apprentice Xehanort
, he devised another one; recreate the Keyblade War
. He had the body to posses the power he needed, what was left was a group big enough of Keyblade Wielders that consisted of light and dark wielders (dark wielders which would he would artificially generate by implanting a piece of his heart into potential individuals), all confronting each other, forging the Xblade
, which would finally fall into the hands of Xehanort, thus finally accomplishing his goal.
Xehanort possessing Terra and implanting a piece of his heart into someone else is entirely different. Xehanort is directly possessing him, while a piece of his heart means corrupting their body so they submit to darkness and wield a keyblade at the same time.
Nothing, he's just retconing the plot by clarifying on things he should have clarified on years ago and revealing subtle hints he left in past games right now. If he had clarified all of this years ago, threads like this wouldn't exist. I.E. he could have openly said in KH2 or two games before this one that Nobodies have the ability to develop a heart.
The series' plot is suffering from mediocre writing.