I highly doubt that Nameless Star's name is Sora. Surely Yozora knew his own (girl?)friend's name or realised that the boy with weird big shoes isn't the girl he was saving from giant mech robots 🤣
Honestly, though, if Nameless Star's name reveals to be Sora, I feel like it'll be a really cheap plot twist. All that analysing and hard work by the fanbase pushed aside for "Haha, nope. We're talking about another Sora, and all that saving stuff is just one absolutely giant misunderstanding on Yozora's part." It just seems... so unlikely.
Her name could be "Hoshi" which is Japanese for "star," or "Tsuki" which is Japanese for "moon." Just like how "Yozora" is Japanese for "night sky."
But if Nameless Star is Kairi's "unreality version" just like how Yozora is Sora's "unreality version," then maybe... uhh... "Tsunami"? I don't know lmao
It's more likely to be "Hoshi" or something star-related because of her star necklace, her resemblance to Stella from Versus XIII (Stella = "star" in Latin) and the fact that she's a literal talking star in the Final World. She's also likely Yozora's love interest. Yozora = Night Sky = Noctis. Noctis' love interest = Stella
It could also be "Tsuki" or something moon-related because "Lunafreya" translates to "Moon Lady." I don't know a lot about what happened with FFXV and Versus XIII, did Nomura have any say in the actual development of the new characters, not just Square basing off the FFXV characters off of the Versus XIII characters?
Whatever it is, Nameless Star seems to be a mix of Kairi and Stella... and maybe Sora?
Yozora seems to be a mix of Riku and Noctis... and... Sora? Possibly?
As I said in another thread, I think that Yozora is Sora's
unreality version and that they are exact opposites personality-wise.
Sora = Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Prospecting (ESFP, "The Entertainer")
- Generous with time and energy
- Appreciates beauty and style
- Likes being centre of attention
- Loves having fun with friends
- Observant, sensitive to others' emotions
- Avoids conflict
- Hates repetitive tasks
- Bad at planning
- Talkative, very social
- Very curious
Yozora = Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging (INTJ, "The Architect")
- Rational, quick-witted, strategic, good at analyzing
- Values persistence
- Cynical, assumes people around them are lazy
- Good at teaching himself
- Hates distractions and small talk
- Sarcastic, often sceptical
- Strives to be successful
- Strong and independent
- Would rather be right than popular
- Values truth and honesty
- Likes people who are like him
I think that it's something along the lines of the plot of Inception, where Yozora has to kill Sora in a dream to wake him up in reality?
Or maybe, Yozora has to get Sora to join the Reaper's Game, which then the former has to save the latter from... for whatever reason?
... That's just me wanting a TWEWY sequel. And for Joshua to fricking explain what Inversion is and not keep us theorising for another twenty years.
The following is the text on the back of the cover of the Verum Rex video game, shown in the Toy Box world of KHIII.
"That's the story of the king of truth."
"RECLAIM YOUR HEART"
“After a long fight, weapons have brought great benefits for humanity. But the “KARMA” that sleeps in humans will accelerate further. In the light of the warhead in the night sky, they chose to fight while feeling the pain of their hearts.”
"A journey without a place to return "
"The world is to all humans" [cut off]
But what's that about Yozora being a commander, then? Where's his army? As far as we've seen, there's only Aegis, Magia, Nameless Star and Luxord. And if I was right about the travelling group part, why would a commander travel so much without an army? Why would a commander be a king?
"... They chose to fight while feeling the pain of their hearts." - Verum Rex Back Cover
Yozora, Aegis, Magia, Hoshi (Nameless Star), possibly Luxord and possibly Demyx chose to fight back.
I have a theory that the Gigas, the giant robots in the Verum Rex trailer that Yozora was fighting, were actually man-made and not invaders from somewhere else. Perhaps they were originally supposed to be Yozora's army, but for some reason turned against them? Does Yozora have to reclaim his throne from the Gigas? Does Yozora have to reclaim his HEART from the Gigas?
But why would they need an army? What are they protecting? Unless... They originally weren't meant to protect. They were meant to invade.
I just find it interesting that Sora's symbol is a crown and "Verum Rex" translates to "True King"... So, Yozora is the true king? Does he have to somehow... reclaim his throne that someone stole from him? Perhaps he's just next in line to the throne...
Lots of things are also pointing to Yozora losing his heart somehow.
"He's been changed beyond recognition- his heart replaced with another's" - Nameless Star, Final World
"No, this isn't the real world, and I am here. But this isn't what I really look like. How'd you recognize me as Yozora?" - Yozora, Final World Dream?
And now "RECLAIM YOUR HEART" on the back of the Verum Rex cover.
"Verum Rex" translating to "True King," as if there's a false king? Sora? MoM? Or perhaps someone else?
Whatever Yozora is the king of, it isn't Quadratum, as I'll explain in section 10.
"After a long fight, weapons have brought great benefits to humanity." ~ On the back of the Verum Rex cover.
Sounds like a post-apocalyptic start. And joining that with the Gigas... Giant Mech Robots have taken over the world and the human race is struggling to survive? It also sounds like it's been going on for a long time... How did the Gigas become sentient? By gaining hearts, of course. And how did they get hearts? By either stealing others' hearts or a human stealing hearts for them and putting them in the Gigas.
The Gigas stole Yozora's heart and became sentient. And before Yozora could fully fade away, someone replaced his heart to save him, possibly with their own.
... I'm just throwing this out there without any evidence, but... Sora? Perhaps a future Sora? It just seems like something Sora would do.
But then again, why would Yozora look like that if Sora gave up him his heart? So maybe it's closer to Riku? Or, the Quadratum equivalent of Riku? After all, we know that Princesses of Heart can do mysterious things, such as turning Heartless back into their human form... And if this place is opposite to the reality we know... Then perhaps Opposite!Riku could be a Prince of Heart?
My theory is that by this mysterious person saving Yozora by using their heart, Yozora took on their appearance or at least part of it. But there's also someone walking around with his actual body and posing as him with his throne. Maybe... the Master of Masters?
But of course, there's the question. Who first gave the Gigas sentience?
My theory is that its Luxu who put Skuld's
heart in a Giga, turning it sentient, as we know that Luxu kidnapped Subject X.
It sounds interesting that Nameless Star says that Quadratum is the biggest city she knows, or something along those lines, implying that she knows of and has been to multiple cities. She also evidently hesitates for a while, and by referring to Quadratum as "the biggest city" she knows, she doesn't sound really... familiar with it. Which means that although she's from "the other side," she probably doesn't live in Quadratum? Like, if Quadratum was the city I was most familiar with then I probably wouldn't hesitate that long, and also refer to it with more... affection? Like, call it "home" or something? She doesn't really refer to Quadratum with any emotion whatsoever, as if the only attribute to it that makes it different to other cities she knows is that it's "big."
Which means that Yozora, Aegis, Magia and her (and possibly Luxord) are probably a travelling group... trying to reclaim Yozora's throne?
It says "A journey without a place to return" on the Verum Rex cover.
Yozora also mentions that "[He] accidentally stumbled into [Shibuya] and went through some trials," meaning that he isn't originally from there.
"In the light of the warhead in the night sky..." - Most likely Kingdom Hearts, however as we can see in the Secret Ending of KHIII, there is no Kingdom Hearts in Quadratum Shibuya. It's just a regular moon, which is super interesting...
"But the “KARMA” that sleeps in humans will accelerate further." - KARMA? Wow, so much juicy lore! Is KARMA like some sort of life force thing, like qi? Or is it something more akin to the Force? The definition of "karma" as a word is "the sum of a person's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences."
What did Luxord's wild card do?
We have yet to see Demyx. He'll probably show up in Quadratum.
The Fairy Godmother's suspiciously omniscient. Still think she could be Ava lmao.
Hype-Chan from TWEWY looks like a mix of Neku, Shiki, Beat, Rhyme and Joshua. Perhaps she could be a Replica filled with fragments of the hearts' of main characters...?
If Yozora tries to kill Sora to get him into the Reaper's Game, then who would be his partner?
Neku is already playing a game with Sho, unless all the time is wrong and that's already over, which looks likely based on DDD.
Ehhhhhh I don't think TWEWY stuff would work, no matter how much I want it in.
And of course that black box which we know nothing about. I- I guess I'll just make something up- I have no idea what could possibly be in it. Maybe another Darkness, as we already know that there are multiple Darknesses?