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{{GS|time=02:52, October 16, 2009 (UTC)|text=Since the virtual Sora is technically his own character, I decided that he should probably have his own article. Does anyone agree/disagree?}}
{{NitrousX|text=I've never even heard of this character.}}
{{GS|time=03:08, October 16, 2009 (UTC)|text=From coded.}}
{{DTN|time=03:14, October 16, 2009 (UTC)|text=@NitrousX: As of yet, the real Sora hasn't appeared in ''coded''. Instead, a virtual Sora is what the player takes control of, as it is the project of the journal's contents being coded. The virtual Sora goes through Sora's previous adventures, so as to find the mystery of Jiminy's Journal's mysterious new entry.
@GS: If nobody is going to write anything, I'll try to whip up something that is descriptive of the virtual Sora's character and role in ''coded''.}}
{{NinjaSheik|text=Hmmm...True enough that it's not the real Sora, but a virtual Sora. But Sora is still Sora, no matter what, right? Do as you see fit. I won't stop you.}}
Data Sora is basically the same as the real Sora. Whats the point of making a seperate character? So you're gonna make every character in Kingdom Hearts coded in a seperate article called data in their title like Data Alice or Data Phil it doesn't make any sense. You should delete Data Sora and just use the real one. Cococrash11
{{Maggosh|text=But it's not Sora himself in coded, now, is it? How can we put something on Sora's page for something he never did? That's like merging Roxas' page with Sora's. I do believe this warrants its own article.}}
Hello? How do you explain the data world inhabitants like Cloud are you going to make an article called Data Cloud? It just watse space for the data people. Also King Mickey, the Journal, and others called him Sora not data Sora. They are both called Sora not like Roxas his nobody or Xion a replica. The only diffrence is that, one is real and one is data. It is the same concept in KHII there is a simulated Twilight Town like data Hayner, and etc. You know what it dosen't matter as long you don't change other article or anything else I'm okay with this article. Cococrash11
::Data Cloud, etc., are all products of the Journal. Data Sora is created by Mickey, though. Similar to Chain of Memories, in which all the surrounding characters are merely products of Sora's memory. So, the Data characters could be covered within the Journal article, and the Memory characters would be covered within CoM or Sora article.[[User:KrytenKoro|<small>Glorious</small>]] [[User_talk:KrytenKoro|<small>CHAOS!</small>]] 21:03, November 6, 2009 (UTC)
::I'd say we place the Data Riku and Data Sora in the Journal's article under "Products of the Journal" or something, along with an image of each and a brief role description. I don't really think that the Memory Characters would fit in EITHER of your selections though, Kryten, despite your riveting explanation. - [[User:EternalNothingnessXIII|EternalNothingnessXIII]] 21:07, November 6, 2009 (UTC)
{{NitrousX|text=I think he should have his own article. He's seperate from Sora and wasn't created by the Journal. Plus, isn't Data Riku the Journal itself?}}
== A data kairi and Riku(Naminépower) ==
--[[User:Naminépower|Naminépower]] 02:05, December 14, 2009 (UTC)I think we should also make articles for Data Riku because he/it is also another form for Jiminy's journal and possibly a Data Kairi.[[User:Naminépower|Naminépower]] 02:05, December 14, 2009 (UTC)(Naminépower)
{{Maggosh|text=We don't need them. The Journal page already has that, and Kairi doesn't hold as big a role in coded as she did in KH.}}
== Proof ==
Right now theres proof and its a video that Data Sora is just called Sora. --[[User:Cococrash11|Cococrash11]] 04:52, January 30, 2010 (UTC)Cococrash11
:Yes, and? The "Data" is simply there to distinguish this guy from the real Sora.—[[User:Urutapu|Urutapu]] 12:12, February 1, 2010 (UTC)
== What should we call "it" ==
{{17m|talk= Should we refer Data Sora to "It" or "He"? I know his gender is male (obviously) but since he's made of data, should we call him "it"?}}

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