There's also DE for the Destiny's Embrace keyblade.
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Thanks. ^__^I think this topic is a good idea for the sake of reference and also just for fun.
In addition to what other people have added, there's also the actual games:
BbSv2 (yeah we don't know if it's a game, but it's important to know what it stands for in the fandom)
These are pretty obvious but I think we should have them for the sake of completeness.
Also, just like to point out that the KKD has also been branded as the IKK (Inverse Kingdom Key)
MDG is surely one of the rarer used ones, but it is not just used by two or three people.MDG definitely isn't used often, but I have seen it used. RAN and KoPH have been used a decent amount.
Yea, with the actual games this makes two new categories. *scribbles a note*I totally think there should be a theory section with stuff like BHK.
I believe MX had a few different names, one of which was Uknown Elderly Mage (UEM), but I'm pretty sure that's not the one I used...
TAV were Armored Unknowns (AUs).
Vanitas was Dark Soldier (DS) as you said.
I'm a bit fuzzy on the names we had for people in DD/ASAS (there's two secret ending abbreviations to add, and while you're at it, SH=Sunset Horizons, though technically that's the name of the song and the actual secret ending is The Gathering).
I believe DD/ASAS included:
Dual Wielding Unknown (DWU)
Golden Eyed Unknown (GEU)
Sitting Unknown (SU)
or something to that effect.
I see, well, these "Fannames" could perhaps get their own special category at the bottom just for the sake of completeness and fun, as I don't think these are as confusing as the abbreviation-stuff. ^___^Geezernort was used for a little while around the time that MX's name was revealed (or perhaps before it).
I think those terms are good to have though. You could perhaps expand this into just a fan terminology thread in general which would also include things like Terranort, Rikunort, Venitas, etc.
Oh dear...the abbreviation and explanation for it is way more complicated than necessary....*ggg*Beings with Hearts of Pure Light.
Boy, did that drive me ape shit.
Another one I guess.There's also DE for the Destiny's Embrace keyblade.
o_0 ... 0_oBABHGWIITOBMOMNBAN = Blue hair, almost black haired girl who is in the orgnization but may or many not be a nobody
I think that's right.
This is that really old term Audo made that one time for Xion that was utterly hilari--yeah i'll hush now
Ansem SoD => Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, see also XH.
LS => Lingering Sentiment, see also LW
No one really cares about Keyblades.DE => Destiny's Embrace
ES => Earthshaker
IKK => Inverse Kingdom Key, see also KKD
KK => Kingdom Key
KKD => Kingdom Key D, see also IKK
KoPH => Keyblade of People's Hearts
RF => Rainfall
WtD => Way to the Dawn
WW => Wayward Wind
GEU => Golden-eyed Unknown (also Roxas), see also DWU
That is...actually widely used? I haven't yet seen it, lol.add it >:
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No one really cares about Keyblades.
You forgot SDG in the trios.
Look again, lol.myself said:"Trios":
HPO => Hayner, Pence, Olette
MDG => Mickey, Donald, Goofy
RAN => Roxas, Axel, Naminé
RAX => Roxas, Axel, Xion
SDG => Sora, Donald, Goofy
SRK => Sora, Riku, Kairi
TAV => Terra, Aqua, Ventus
Another one using "PPS"?I second this...Also, get this stickied!
Lol, ok, I'll add it.I third the first part and second the second
No problem, for that I made this collection of stuff. ^__^Thank you.
I-I can understand what's going on again. :'D
The best to hope for would be to have it linked in the Major Miscellaneous Threads Directory. Otherwise, it'd just be frivolous posting on whoever bumped the thread.any chance we could just keep this bumped?
Yes. It's all I have left.Nitpicky, aren't we?
That was a joke.This list is not about "who cares" (I find it a bit presumptuous to generalize for the whole fandom by the way) but what is used more than just three or four times in theories and conversations across the forum/fandom, and the abbreviations of the main keyblades are often used.
Which one?Granted, that one can be added since it's also used often.