- Nov 23, 2009
its about roxas realizing his past memories. sora went through it which was setting his fate and roxas went through it rembering his memories.
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Smile said:Not being said specifically =\= lack of conclusive evidence.
Who's to say he didn't? Need I remind people we didn't see anything that happened between Days 2-6? Easily could have happened in there.Shouldn't he have gone through it during Days?
This.I suppose it's because he technically "forgot" how to use the Keyblade and had to go through all that to have proper use of it again.
Just because it wasn't shown doesn't mean he didn't go through one.Riku went through the Awakening.
Not being specifically said or demonstrated = lack of conclusive evidence
1) Preparing the individual to face the challenges ahead
2) Equipping the individual with the resources to fight
Sora's Awakening lacking any definite connection to the Keyblade is why the Awakenings might not necessarily be about the Keyblade.
Smile said:No, it isn't. That's just you playing dumb. They don't have to spoon-feed us every last detail ever.
Smile said:And that both Sora and Roxas got Keyblades immediately to shortly afterwards. Which is, ya know, a pretty damn important thing in common.
Smile said:1) Don't ignore Roxas's circumstances. That does show a link to the Keyblade, what with him going through it after Namine called out to him to use the Keyblade.
Smile said:2) Mickey. He's the voice in the Destati that we know was trying to reach Riku only that Riku's Heart was blocked by Darkness. He turned to Sora once that failed - and as we know, Mickey was looking for the Keyblade Wielder. Why else would he call out to Sora if not because he was next in line for the KK?
You're confusing though the conclusively proven with the assumed.
Sora accidentally received a Keyblade a day after his Awakening.
Roxas had his Keyblade all along, but regained his Keyblade in Virtual Twilight Town two days before his Awakening. Their two Awakening's don't show a trend in relation to their acquisition of a Keyblade.
Unless Mickey could somehow tell the future
Smile said:I doubt Mickey'd have wasted his time on someone who accidentally got a Keyblade.
Smile said:While I know this is retcon -
Mickey knew all he had to.
Well Sora may have had other qualities that would have been worth Mickey's time. The Awakening seemed to focus on Sora's ability to open the Door to the Light, so perhaps that was the basis for which Mickey trained Sora.
I'm not sure if events in BBS would allow Mickey to "tell the future", but I agree that events in BBS may allow Mickey to become aware of events that may happen in the future...
(sort of like, if someone told him that Riku was chosen to wield the Keyblade, then Mickey would know that Riku would receive the Keyblade in the future)
Still though, Sora received the Kingdom Key by accident
Mickey was very knowledgeable in KH1 though, so even if it's difficult to imagine how he would acquire such knowledge, I suppose there is the possibility that he became aware that Sora would receive a Keyblade.
Smile said:Seeing how the closest to the DtL we had was at the end of KH2 and I don't trust Sora about it being that as far as he can throw Riku, I doubt that was what was all about. To top it all, opening the DtL seems only too likely to relate to the Keyblade, seeing how that was the main focus of events throughout the series, not the DtL.
Smile said:But people in BBS were on DI, and we don't know exactly which of them came into contact with SR aside from Terra. Mickey might've known about Sora specifically, or just called out to Ven for all we know, who's linked to Sora.
There's more than enough ways BBS could explain him coming to Sora aside from coincidence.
Smile said:You don't get Keyblades by accident. Nomura made that quite clear.
Smile said:How about he knew everything that was needed to know throughout the entire game?
But during Sora's Awakening, The Door to Light and Sora's heart were the two main subjects, and in KH2 it was emphasized that the Door to Light and Sora's heart were connected. The Door to Light hasn't been said to be related to the Keyblade. It's possible that the Keyblade is connected to the Door to Light, but there little to indicate that being the case.
Mickey still wouldn't have known that Sora was going to snatch Riku's Keyblade.
Really? How did Nomura make that clear?
The question is how did he know everything that was needed to know throughout the entire game.
Smile said:Or maybe that's why he helped him go through the Destati - to make sure he will should the chance arise. Otherwise, Riku'd have taken the Keyblade with him to Maleficent.
Smile said:Saying that Keyblades' appearances and wielding it aren't mundane matters. You get a Keyblade of your own, it means something, not a coincidence.
It still seems to me that Mickey would be preparing for too unlikely of an occurrence. A lot of pieces had to line up for Sora to gain possession of Riku's Keyblade.
It sounds like something Nomura would say. Could you provide the quote from the interview though?
didn't roxas experience sora's memories as he re-experienced them when namine restored them? so wouldn't roxas experience the destati as sora re-experiences it ?