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::::::: The original author does not have good writing, so there’s the possibility that they meant ‘increased to 2 minutes ''from'' 90 seconds’, as the trend is an ''increase'' in everything. The drive gauge statement can be short if only the quantitative measurement is written, because it would be redundant to say that the drive gauge is easier to fill up. —[[User:Shidou|Shidou]] 18:51, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
 
::::::: The original author does not have good writing, so there’s the possibility that they meant ‘increased to 2 minutes ''from'' 90 seconds’, as the trend is an ''increase'' in everything. The drive gauge statement can be short if only the quantitative measurement is written, because it would be redundant to say that the drive gauge is easier to fill up. —[[User:Shidou|Shidou]] 18:51, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
 
::::::::However, with a few minutes worth of research, you'd know that the "original" battle lasted 2 minutes, which means that that wouldn't be the case. But why is it redundant to say that the drive gauge is easier to fill up? We have no 'exact' measurements and we have no 'exact' mathmatical formular, all we can say is that by taking the exact same course of action in a situation with no other variables, the Drive Gauge will have increased more in KHII:FM+ than in KHII, in other words, "it's easier to fill", or, "it fills quicker". Unless you have a better way of stating it, I would say it is perfectly fine as it is. --[[User:Hecko X|Hecko X]] 19:02, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
 
::::::::However, with a few minutes worth of research, you'd know that the "original" battle lasted 2 minutes, which means that that wouldn't be the case. But why is it redundant to say that the drive gauge is easier to fill up? We have no 'exact' measurements and we have no 'exact' mathmatical formular, all we can say is that by taking the exact same course of action in a situation with no other variables, the Drive Gauge will have increased more in KHII:FM+ than in KHII, in other words, "it's easier to fill", or, "it fills quicker". Unless you have a better way of stating it, I would say it is perfectly fine as it is. --[[User:Hecko X|Hecko X]] 19:02, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
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(Undent) If you did the research, then that’s good. Regarding the measurements, it should be fine to write the approximate values. It’s just unnecessary to put ''both'' the relative and numerical comparisons in the same line when only one of them—preferably the latter—is needed. —[[User:Shidou|Shidou]] 20:53, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

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See http://www.kh2.co.uk, which now hosts scans of Sora fighting Marluxia and Lexaeus. I don't know why he's fighting Lexaeus - that's supposed to be Riku - but he fights both of them wearing his new clothes. Hmm... Scottch 07:15, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

  • Apparently, in Final Mix+, you can fight the Chain of Memories Organization members without any storyline impact. Lucky Japanese people... Wynaut 22:13, 22 March 2007 (UTC)

Clarify

There are a few sentences I found confusing in the article:

  • time limit increased to 2 minutes to 90 seconds
  • the time to open the the switch has increased to 30 to 45 seconds
  • Filling the Drive Gauge is easier (for instance, originally you got 1 1/3 of a bar of attacking bosses,but now you get 3/4)

Can somebody clarify those? —Shidou 04:46, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

The drive guage thing is rather simple: In the original version of KH2, you'd gain a third of a drive bar for attacking a boss, but in FM+ you'll get three quarters of your bar filled up. The Hexed
By “attacking a boss”, do you mean landing one hit, killing it, or what? Thanks for the reply. —Shidou 04:59, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
I don't know. The Hexed
Fixed (or do you disagree?). --Hecko X 14:44, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
I trust you, so this looks alright. I just hope that the original author did mean decrease in the first point, and that the drive gauge comparison isn’t needed. —Shidou 18:28, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
How would you increase 120 seconds to 90 seconds..? And the comparison was based on approximations. Approximations can be used, but explaining the basis of them (which is usually required) would disrupt the flow of short statements present in the section. --Hecko X 18:37, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
The original author does not have good writing, so there’s the possibility that they meant ‘increased to 2 minutes from 90 seconds’, as the trend is an increase in everything. The drive gauge statement can be short if only the quantitative measurement is written, because it would be redundant to say that the drive gauge is easier to fill up. —Shidou 18:51, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
However, with a few minutes worth of research, you'd know that the "original" battle lasted 2 minutes, which means that that wouldn't be the case. But why is it redundant to say that the drive gauge is easier to fill up? We have no 'exact' measurements and we have no 'exact' mathmatical formular, all we can say is that by taking the exact same course of action in a situation with no other variables, the Drive Gauge will have increased more in KHII:FM+ than in KHII, in other words, "it's easier to fill", or, "it fills quicker". Unless you have a better way of stating it, I would say it is perfectly fine as it is. --Hecko X 19:02, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

(Undent) If you did the research, then that’s good. Regarding the measurements, it should be fine to write the approximate values. It’s just unnecessary to put both the relative and numerical comparisons in the same line when only one of them—preferably the latter—is needed. —Shidou 20:53, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

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