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I'd bet that the story updates are being paced based on the progress of KHIII. So it'll probably finish up just in time for III to release. Whenever that is.Question to those on Chi. How long is this suppose to last? It just seems like there's something new time to time.
Personally I believe it is because the player(s) are visiting worlds that they couldn't possibly be visiting in the past. Also just vague things like the existence of somebody in a black coat in what is supposed to be the past, the multiple Chirithys that every player has...why do we think this is a data world?
The Tome of Prophecy (known as the Book of Prophecy in the localization of Re:coded HD Theater) is the book that the Foretellers were given. The "text" is the prophecy at the end of the book.and is the Tome of Prophecy the new term for the Foretellers Texts?
Uh, don't you forget that there are more than one book of prophecies? If I remember correctly each of the five Foretellers had one so there exist five of them. That broadens the possibilities even further.There are so many possibilities as to where the Book of Prophecies ended up. Yen Sid could have it (I remember there being a theory about that), or Disney Castle, which would mean the good guys are running the simulation. If it fell into Darkness or on the Keyblade Graveyard, Maleficent or the Organization could have it. If it was found by Ansem the Wise or Apprentice Xehanort, it would have been kept in Hollow Bastion, which means anyone could have it.
The most reasonable place for it to be would be The Land of Departure / Castle Oblivion, but then no one would have it. And that can't be if someone's using it in the datascape.
Nope: the five Fortellers have read the one book, and the book was split up in the sense that it was turned into the cards used in KHX, but there aren't five separate books.Uh, don't you forget that there are more than one book of prophecies? If I remember correctly each of the five Foretellers had one so there exist five of them. That broadens the possibilities even further.
Japanese doesn't have plural form, which makes this kind of sticky with no official translation to go by.