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The main thing wrong with this is that you're assuming that he's learned everything from his master when, being as powerful as he is, it's possible he could have invented many of those techniques and items himself.THAT is what we're about to find out I think. We're going to learn just who Master Xehanort's old master was.
Honestly, there's a lot that points to him being that.
1. The boss holds his weapons backwards, like Ventus. Who taught Ventus that stance in the first place? Oh yeah, Master Xehanort. But where do you think HE learned it from.
2. The boss has a black robe. Originally, we thought MX was the first to wear it, but since he has it, it must mean MX learned about the cloak from him.
3. The boss has lightsabers like Xemnas. This hints to a connection with Xehanort.
And for those of you considering it, it CAN'T possibly be a nobody created when MX stabbed himself (some people believed that happened) because Land of Departure is clearly intact and not yet destroyed in that scene.
And MomentoMori, you'd think so, but remember
where do you think MX learned to transfer his heart? Someone must have done it before. Meaning, his master did it to keep transferring himself to younger bodies.
Or he could have just stopped him hiself, he seems fully capable of doing so.I think the whole theory of the secret boss being MX master makes sense.
Though if it is true, I believe why the secret boss fought Aqua because he knows that Aqua, the student of ME, who was once a student of his friend, has become a Master and challenge her to see if she would be able to defeat MX and stop him from achieving his plan?
What I mean is by the intro of the fight could be similar to the LS as he about to fight Sora in KH2FM.Then whose sentiments would be possessing the coat?
And considering that Xemnas most likely hasn't even come into the picture yet...What I mean is by the intro of the fight could be similar to the LS as he about to fight Sora in KH2FM.
It can't be Xemnas right, because of the blue lightsabers, unless it has something to do with that KH2FM scene, of Xemnas going to the Chamber of Repose and sit to talk to Aqua's armor.
Xemnas here meaning, what, Terranort?Perhaps the things on the hilt of his blades are just details they added in? :v Then again, in FM they actually formed out of his hands, making these more like actualy weapons that happen to be made out of energy, meh. Oh, and is the enemy actually met during the plot? Probably not, you know, since it's supposed to be an impossible boss, so why should we look at the setting for clues? If it's actually some version of Xemnas, I don't see why he wouldn't want to return/show up in a place that meant a lot to him, in its best form.
Lol, he's going all whip-morphing attack like LS.
If the boss is MX's old master...he'd be ancient. O_O And the boss didn't appear to be stooped or anything like that like MX is...
Didn't you read my explanation for that? Where do you think MX learned how to transfer his heart. From his master of course! Because his master had done it before to prolong his life!...And a zombie, apparently.....
That was never confirmed. Before, people thought Yen Sid might have been the master. However, I'm starting to wonder if this master taught all of them or something. So it's likely that ME knows about this.i thought Eraqus and MX had the same Master? so wouldnt ME know something bout that too?
Yes, in fact I did read your explanation for it.Didn't you read my explanation for that? Where do you think MX learned how to transfer his heart. From his master of course! Because his master had done it before to prolong his life!
That was never confirmed. Before, people thought Yen Sid might have been the master. However, I'm starting to wonder if this master taught all of them or something. So it's likely that ME knows about this.
"The main thing wrong with this is that you're assuming that he's learned everything from his master when, being as powerful as he is, it's possible he could have invented many of those techniques and items himself.
Also I thought ven learned from ME? if so then the fact that ven holds the keyblade backwards doesn't prove anything since aqua and terra don't do that."
You're right Apple Jax, I might be giving Xehanort too little credit. Still, I don't think he invented ALL of those techniques. And by the way, if you watch the scene where Ven is fighting the Heartless that MX summoned, he's using that same stance, meaning that MX, not ME, taught him the stance
Actually, if you look at that cutscene in context, it comes up immediately after Sora disobeys orders from Mickey and goes to fight Demyx. The scene with Xemnas happens, then Sora fights Demyx.The scene when Xemnas visited Aquas armor happened long before the 1000 Heartless battle started
Nobody feed this troll please.Personaly, guise, I tink dis is Xemnas's Dis-Soul.
You're argument is valid yet again. But the way that it's worded in the Xehanort reports, "Keyblade Masters have the abilities to transfer their hearts" sounds like it's a universal truth, as if he had learned it.Yes, in fact I did read your explanation for it.
There's no proof that MX learned how to transfer bodies from his master. It's equally possible that he could have taught himself, as powerful as he is; who's to say he didn't come to know that through being so deeply immersed in the darkness? Who's to say that body transfers aren't a dark power?
We don't know for sure whether this new enemy really is in fact MX's master anyway; it's all just speculation.