Here is Cherrim's translation.
FINAL UPDATE 7 and 13,<a href="https://twitter.com/petalscythe">translation: cherrim / @petalscythe</a> Luxu,The end of the world? MoM,It's as I said before, this is the only way to beat Darkness. MoM,I need to ensure the Keyblade is passed on to the future, so the chosen ones could defeat Darkn...
I'm surprised the arcs can be returned to the data world. I legit thought the trio would escape with a single pod using the heart hotel method.
But that brings the question, why does the pod sometimes remain and other times disappear from existence after arriving at the destination?
You know, when I saw the hooded old man, I immediately thought of the robed figure. Could Ansem SoD have possessed that person's robe?
Strange that the Player fuses with Xehanort. I was expecting the Player to maybe merge with Ventus. Not only is there that parallel with Nightmare Chirithy and Vanitas (well, I think, NC is the Player's darkness and Vantias was originally introduced as Ventus's darkness), but now there's the question of how the heck Sora can summon Ralph in KH3. KH3's summons are all connected to Sora's heart, as explained by Nomura himself, so what's the missing link if it's not the Player's heart?
That said, when I saw screenshots of the Dream Eater scene, I remembered something that was in my mind a few days ago. In KH3D's epilogue, Sora goes to Traverse Town and meets the Dream Eaters again. Next time we see him is in KH0.2's "2.9" scene, where he arrives late and doesn't explain where he was other than "it's a secret".
KH3 never explained what the secret was, or even mentioning the secret existed at all.
Maybe the tutorial was a hint, but that's it, we have nothing. Could we be getting a second Sleeping Realm game with KH2 clothes Sora? Maybe that's how Sora connects to Ralph?
Also, I don't know if there's any meaning to it because they're both Norse names, but Sigurd's name is Japanese is extremely similar to Skuld's. Like, get the name スクルド (Skuld), change the first letter and put a dakuten on the second, and you get シグルド (Sigurd).
As for the Luxu and Brain face, maybe they are twins? Like, Lauriam has a sister, Baldr has a sister, and Eraqus's grandfather is important. There's a theory that the 2nd Phase will involve more blood relations unlike the Dark Seeker Saga. If that's correct, than having a set of twins would fit. And besides, with KH everyone is so used to cloning and body possession that some old-fashioned "they're twins" would legit be the surprising option.
If the player is indeed Xehanort reincarnated, then watching the KH3 ending hits a bit different. When Xehanort's and Eraqus' hearts float upwards, that's not just Xehanort's heart anymore.
Unless the Player's heart is now inside Terra's.
In any case, it shouldn't have any meaning outside the context of Dark Road, because Xehanort is dead for good in the main storyline.
Are we sure? Because between KH3 having separate profiles for "Boy in Black" and "Boy in White" despite their obvious identities, Eraqus and Xehanort transforming into their young forms, Nomura bringing back every character for KH3 and freezing ages for 12 years, and Xehanort somehow knowing about Ureality, something that can't be attributed to him having the Player's memories and which might be neccessary for the heroes going forward, I'm not so sure about his death being that permanent. I feel like Xehanort (and maybe Eraqus too) will return as a teenager and maybe with a new name.
In fact, with all the hints the Daybreak group will return, there must be some way
for the Player to come back, specially because they form a trio with Ephemer and Skuld, and Xehanort's heart is the Player's last known location.