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  1. kaseykockroach
    More questions I now have.
    Are Save the King+ and Save the Queen+ any stronger than the original weapons? I only know there's a color change.

    And what does it take to unlock the final Paradox cup?
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Dec 22, 2014 in forum: Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX
  2. kaseykockroach
    Again, I don't like using Drive. Reflect has indeed been a dear friend of mine though.
    I actually got to his last health bar just this morning!...and then died as he used that "Magic Lock" attack just as I was seconds away from a needing healing.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Dec 15, 2014 in forum: Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX
  3. kaseykockroach
    Alrighty, and I've completed the cavern recently, and am now working on beating Terra. I figured the Quick Run would come in handy on some level.
    I'm now at lvl 73. Any suggestions in regards to surviving him? With no summons/drives no less. I like to remain loyal to Donald and Goofy. :P
    I figure just asking about Enigmatic Soldier here is better than starting a new thread.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Dec 14, 2014 in forum: Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX
  4. kaseykockroach
    Darn. And those abilities are the only reason why I bother upgrading drive forms. Even when I'm in a difficult boss and using Drive is my only apparent means of surviving the battle, I'll try to refrain. It always felt like cheating to me, for lack of a better word.
    Thanks for answering! Would you happen to know the best place for leveling up Wisdom form?
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Dec 12, 2014 in forum: Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX
  5. kaseykockroach
    My favorite world is Traverse Town, but End of the World probably isn't far behind. Between that and The World that Never Was, I feel it's the stronger climax. KH2 is just way too drowned in cutscenes that it kind of takes away the atmosphere in terms of gameplay, when half the time you're putting the controller down to watch a movie.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Dec 12, 2014 in forum: Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 ReMIX
  6. kaseykockroach
    What abilities acquired from Drive forms (Glide, High Jump, etc) are needed to get past the obstacles in Cavern of Remembrance? I have High Jump lvl2, Glide lvl1 and Fast Run (or whatever it's called, from Wisdom Form) lvl1, yet still can't get past the long gap in the very second room.
    I'm hoping I don't have to upgrade every single Drive form, as I don't like using Summons/Drives and only do so when I have to.
    For the record, I'm playing on Standard mode (it's been quite awhile since I played video games so I presumed I'd be a little rusty, otherwise I would've went for Proud) and am at lvl58.
    Thread by: kaseykockroach, Dec 12, 2014, 11 replies, in forum: Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX
  7. kaseykockroach

    I had my favorite Sesame Street character sing a Sailor Moon song. Because I'm mentally ill. : D
    Thread by: kaseykockroach, Jan 21, 2014, 0 replies, in forum: The Spam Zone
  8. kaseykockroach
    Well gracious, I made myself look even more foolish than I had anticipated. Blast it.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 23, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  9. kaseykockroach
    I have heard it used as a synonym for "spiritual", that being my context here.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 23, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  10. kaseykockroach

    I think this video embodies both everything I long wished the series was, and the aspect that not only first got me to try out the first game, but has continued to keep me going with this (increasingly shallow and empty) series. I will do my very best to elaborate on this aspect that I have long identified with, without making myself out to be a complete juvenile fool (and not bothering to dwell on the criticisms of the series, as if I were to try to go on a about my qualms with the series, I'd be here all night).
    It's a simple hack video, yes, I'm aware. But hearing Donald cry "Sora!" as you are healed, while that gorgeous music blasts in the background, is the kind of indescribable bliss that can only be grasped and understood by someone as eccentric as yours truly. I've always adored and cherished the underlying, and in my eyes underutilized, theme of teamwork and friendship in the series gameplay. The passion, the energy, the heart, spirit and poignancy of fighting alongside friends to the end. It gets to the point where one of the first questions that's lept to mind throughout KH3's production is whether or not the final battle will be fought alone, with one party member (like fighting with Riku in KH2), or with Donald and Goofy (my preferred choice, but I'm of course prepared for disappointment).
    Feel free to point, laugh and jeer at this nonsense. Twas a thought I felt like expressing for reasons I am uncertain of.
    Thread by: kaseykockroach, Oct 23, 2013, 6 replies, in forum: The Spam Zone
  11. kaseykockroach
    That was undeniable proof that we totally owned you lamers!
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 22, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  12. kaseykockroach
    Roxas is actually a demon who planned to posses Sora's body and make him do unspeakable things until Ansem saved Sora. Hayner, Pence and Ollete were Roxas' servants from hell. Why is the prologue in KH2 one of the most boring things in the entire world? Because Roxas' diabolical meta plan was to bore the player so they wouldn't bother moving forward, thus Ansem would be unable to save Sora from being possessed by Roxas.
    Seifer is Satan.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 22, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  13. kaseykockroach
    Or even better, KH3 doesn't feature Atlantica at all. Flounder, however, can have a cameo in a fast food joint in Radiant Garden.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 22, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  14. kaseykockroach

    Sorry, it's true.
    Thread by: kaseykockroach, Oct 21, 2013, 10 replies, in forum: The Spam Zone
  15. kaseykockroach
    She looks like Denise Milani.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 20, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  16. kaseykockroach
    Riku, wanting to get some 'alone time' with his long lost lover Sora, struck a bargain with Xemnas so Kairi, Donald, Goofy and Mickey can be sent back to the islands while Riku and Sora finished the fight alone. In return for Xemnas giving Riku some time to send their friends away and thus get the oppurtunity to finally lose his virginity to Sora after all these years of waiting (and getting to make love "in the darkness" no less), Riku had to steal Goofy's sea salt ice cream and give it to Xemnas. Unaware of the true thief's identity, Donald was naturally blamed, much to his annoyance. Nonetheless, he's indeed sorry about the ice cream.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 20, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  17. kaseykockroach
    Now how about Ansem. His rivalry with Organization 13 was actually a business rivalry ("Kingdom Hearts" is actually a food dish of which is considered a prized delicacy, its ingredients being so rare that they can only be found in the most lethal regions of the universe), with their corporate business surpassing his more humble, 'mom and pop' type cooking. He was indeed planning to use Sora as a means of ridding himself of the organization, spreading rumors that they were after the heart of all worlds, 'wished to become whole' and other religious nonsense, thus damaging his rivals' reputation. Namine was one of many mere pawns to his scheme to be the top bakery business in the universe, planning to kill her once she fulfilled her purpose as by that point she would likely know too much, and even if she didn't find out the truth, he was always fascinated by the concept of using human flesh and blood as cake icing and decoration. However, due to a technical problem with Namine's work, Donald and Goofy unexpectedly wake up before Sora, long enough to spend some time with Namine while awaiting the awakening of their friend. Donald overhears Ansem ranting to himself later on, learning of "Diz's" truly grim intentions, only to be caught and pursued as he frantically tries to find and warn Goofy and Namine. He is attacked and wounded by Ansem, but manages to escape and locate his friends. While Namine tends to Donald's injuries, Goofy stands his ground, bravely defending the two as Ansem barges into the room, his rage having overtaken him. Donald and Namine can only helplessly watch as Goofy battles Ansem, bashing his skull with his shield. Ansem eventually succumbs to his head injuries and collapses to the floor, spouting expletives with his last breath. Sora soon awakens, as Donald, Goofy and Namine join up with him, Namine finding herself going along with their quest though the three have a difficult time coping with the events and explaining to Sora what happened.
    Yes, I'm bored.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 20, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  18. kaseykockroach
    I was going with Riku gradually becoming an increasingly psychotic, bloodthirsty murderer throughout his travels with Donald and Goofy, who slowly begin to suspect that not only did this boy possibly lie to them about being the key bearer, but is not of sound mind. Their suspicions are confirmed when Riku snaps and kills Jasmine, Donald and Goofy unable to tell Aladdin the truth, instead informing him that Jafar took her to Maleficient. However, with one of the Princesses of Heart dead, the keyhole cannot be complete, thus Maleficient's plans are ruined, thus Riku is declared a hero throughout the worlds, Donald and Goofy having to awkwardly cover up the truth as to how exactly he indirectly saved them.
    But your theory really is better.
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 20, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone
  19. kaseykockroach
    Did Sora's dinner get cold? Did he ever come on down?

    I want to know more about the dinner Sora was going to have before the darkness damnation. What were they going to have? Was Sora's father home to dinner? We didn't hear him, after all. Perhaps he works a late shift, or overtime. Or perhaps he didn't speak because he and his mother were actually conspiring to murder their son (in order to collect on the health insurance money), mother attempting to lure him down where they would ambush him with the false promise of dinner. They were most likely conspiring with Riku (whom wanted Sora out of the way so he could pursue Kairi) to ambush Sora, knock him out cold, stuff him into a large sack, tie a large stone to the sack, and then toss the sack into the ocean. Then Riku would happily be accepted as the son they've always wanted, as they blissfully watch Sora drown, him opening his eyes just long enough to recognize and gaze upon his murderers before succumbing to the lack of oxygen. Unfortunately, Kairi walked in on the incident, having been awakened by the sound of Sora's startled scream from inside the house. Predictably flying into a fit of utter hysterics, Riku helplessly watched as Kairi attacked Sora's parents, brutally bashing his father's head against the dock until it split open into chunks of flesh and tissue, then biting down on his mother's throat, Riku screaming in horror as he watched Kairi then jerk her head aside, tearing out a large slab of the woman's flesh, blood splashing on Riku's face. . Kairi then lept into the water to, as she exclaimed, "join Sora" and never emerged. Donald and Goofy visited the next morning searching for the boy that holds "the key". Desperate to get his mind off of last night's unspeakable events, and admittedly curious as to where joining up with a duck and a dog would take him, Riku grabbed Kairi's car keys and proclaimed himself to be the boy they were searching for, thus began their grand journey across the world in search for the King.
    Thus how KH1 truly began. And that, my friends, is likely how Sora's dinner really went.
    Thread by: kaseykockroach, Oct 20, 2013, 14 replies, in forum: The Spam Zone
  20. kaseykockroach
    I can't wait until Kingdom Hearts 3: Final Mix comes out, so we can whine about having to import it, only for it to come out years later on Kingdom Hearts 3.5 Remix on the PS5! :D
    Post by: kaseykockroach, Oct 18, 2013 in forum: The Spam Zone