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i was under the impression that the keyblade went to sora because of the strength of his heart not his alignment
 
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{{Summon:WALL•E|talk=Remember the crossroads? A motif thats been in several games. Its in Chain of Memories and the Birth by Sleep trailer. Each path represents a realm, light, darkness, nothingness, and twilight. Sora got the Kingdom Key, on representing light. Mickey got the opposing dark one, and Riku got the twilight one. All 3 of those characters had strong hearts, and got a key because of it. Not necessarily because of their alignment.}}

Revision as of 04:28, December 14, 2008

"Fake" Keyblades

I'm a little curious to know who came up with this theory and from where. - ~Wings of Destati~ 11:23, 8 September 2007 (PTC)

Naming

Keyblade or Keyblades?--N/A

I thought the MoS addressed that. Maintain singular for all article titles. Blue。 15:42, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Keyblade is the singular and Keyblades is the plural. - ~Wings of Destati~

Keyblade vs. other weapons

If the Keyblade is supposed to be a weapon capable of dispatching Heartless and Nobodies, what difference is there between a Keyblade and normal weapons (i.e. those used by Cloud, Leon, Yuffie, etc.)? Edenfire 16:01, 13 March 2008 (UTC)

Keyblades have the ability to open and close spiritual hearts. Wether they be a planet's heart or a person's heart. They can also open and close doorways to other worlds. Netherith 05:26, 19 May 2008 (UTC)

Maybe the difference is that a when a regular weapon(gunblade, Goofy's shield, Donald's magic, etc.) defeats a heartless, the released heart just goes somewhere else and makes a new heartless. But when a keyblade defeats a heartless, it is truly released and can begin forming kingdom hearts.(Anonymous) 19:54, 13 December 2008

Original Owner

This page, Sora's page, and Riku's page all say that Riku was the intended wielder, but Sora got it instead because Riku had surrendered to the darkness. I guess this makes sense, since Riku is able to steal the keyblade later at Hollow Bastion, but is it ever explicitly stated that Riku was the intended owner? If so, could anyone tell me where/when? Thanks --Zephyrus11 05:15, 31 March 2008 (UTC)

You just said it yourself. It was in that scene, just listen to the dialogue and put the pieces together. --Hecko X 15:00, 31 March 2008 (UTC)


way to the dawn

is there any proof that way to the dawn is a keyblade of the relm of light? i don't remenber anyone saying that it is. my theory is that it is the keyblade of the realm of in between as it shows both light and dark elements and it's name is based on the road to the dawn the path in between the road to the light and the road to the dark not to mention the fact that riku has gone on a journy of both light and dark (Myself 123 16:04, 21 April 2008 (UTC)).

Genie

Should this section really be included? It isn't a real keyblade and doesn't mean anything to the plot.75.129.247.170 00:48, 30 July 2008 (UTC)

Redirecting

As Dark Keyblade redirects here, shouldn't someone write something about it here ? Alarielle

light and darkness

i was under the impression that the keyblade went to sora because of the strength of his heart not his alignment

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