Is Sora A Roxas

Oh!. wording in comic speech in pop art styleRoxas is the Nobody of main character Sora and the 13th member of Organization XIII. He is mentioned multiple times in the Kingdom Hearts 3 trailers, making it seem like he will play a role in the upcoming game. General Spoiler Warning: This post will dive into the events leading up to Kingdom Hearts 3 so beware of spoilers for all previous games. Personality: Unlike most Nobodies who have no heart, Roxas does show a lot of emotions at times. He is a little arrogant in battles but not nearly as easily fooled as Sora. Roxas is also not so much the hero type like Sora, instead, simply wishing to have a normal life with his friends. However, he cares deeply for his friends and will go to the ends of the earth for them. He is also very reflective as seen in 358/2 Days. Towards the end of Kingdom Hearts, Roxas is created when Sora tears out his and Kairi's hearts from his body. This unknowingly results in the creation of Sora's Nobody, Roxas. Roxas is just briefly referenced by Vexen to Sora in Chain of Memories.

39;s Nobody, he has the ability to wield the Keyblade and commonly uses two (one in each hand).

Anime Boy Character No Rigged Roxas is also seen at the very end of the game for a moment. Roxas is a Nobody and the 13th member to join Organization XIII at the start of 358/2 Days. He is the Nobody of Sora who was tasked with destroying Heartless in order to release their hearts so that the Organization could create their own Kingdom Hearts. Since Roxas is Sora's Nobody, he has the ability to wield the Keyblade and commonly uses two (one in each hand). His primary Keyblades are the Kingdom Key (when he is only using one) and dual-wielding the Oathkeeper and Oblivion. Despite being Sora's nobody, he resembles Ventus since Sora's heart was linked with Ventus' when he temporarily became a heartless. Upon his creation, he didn't know his name nor how he came to be. Xemnas didn't inform him on any questions he asked and vaguely evaded them as they spoke in the Dark Margin. As Roxas begins his task for the Organization, he is placed under the care of Axel who he quickly befriends. He is trained by the other members and eventually meets Xion, a closed off girl who appears differently to people who see her. She eventually opens up to Roxas and the two become friends.

Roxas quickly follows, having the same questions about himself.

Roxas falls into a coma for several weeks when Sora is put into suspended animation by Naminé. He eventually wakes up but seems to be affected by Sora's memory restoration process. As time passes, Roxas sees memories of Sora, especially during his missions. Xion, seeking answers about who she is, departs from the Organization. Roxas quickly follows, having the same questions about himself. Axel tries to stop him but Roxas carries on. Eventually, Roxas finds Xion in Twilight Town. Xion has discovered the truth to her existance and eventually forces Roxas to fight and defeat her by making herself become a giant armored monster. Roxas absorbs her as she disappears peacefully in his arms. At this time, he gains the ability to dual wield Keyblades by awakening Ventus' Keyblade from inside of himself. The weapons start out as two Kingdom Keys but quickly become his iconic Oathkeeper & Oblivion. Roxas engages in a battle against many Heartless and is helped by Riku. However, they quickly turn on each other once the Heartless are destroyed. Roxas is defeated and taken to Twilight Town where DiZ puts him into a digital version of the town to help speed up Sora's recovery while protecting Roxas from the Organization.

39;t even see him anymore.

Roxas's memories begin to fade as he lives a new life in this digital Twilight Town. In the digital version of Twilight Town, Roxas has dreams of Sora and is able to summon the Kingdom Key, but only when he is in dire need of it. Naminé is there and occasionally speaks to Roxas. In the end, Roxas meets Axel who tries to bring him back. Due to having no recollection of Axel, Roxas doesn't believe him. Roxas begins to notice glitches in his world and eventually his friends don't even see him anymore. Upon meeting Naminé once again, she restores his memories. He has a final confrontation with Axel, whom he remembers, but has to fight him when Axel says it's too late for him. Roxas ventures through the Old Mansion, looking for Sora. He comes across Donald and Goofy before he enters the main chamber. Before him stands a large, white sleeping pod. It opens and Sora is resting inside. Roxas and Sora fight one another, but upon being defeated by Sora, Roxas says "You make a good other." After that point, Roxas and Sora become one again. Once Sora and Riku defeat Xemnas, Roxas appears as well as Namine. The two accept their fates and then reunite completely with their human forms.

In addition, he is featured on the box art cover for the game.

At the end of the game, when Sora and Kairi reunite, Roxas and Namine can be seen smiling at one another. Roxas appears in the opening for Dream Drop Distance. Sora is shown transforming into Roxas who falls down into the Dive to the Heart. There, a few scenes are shown including Xion pointing her Keyblade at him and Roxas, Axel, and Xion atop the Clocktower. Roxas appears to Lea (Axel) as well. He reminds Lea about the promise that Axel (Lea) would always be there. Roxas then uses Axel's signature line of "Got it memorized?" before disappearing. Roxas later appears to Sora in The World That Never Was where Roxas gives Sora his memories and emotions. Near the end of the game, Roxas appears when Riku is trying to save Sora. He asks Riku (the player) a question and then disappears after the players answers it. Roxas is mentioned multiple times in the Kingdom Hearts 3 trailers. In addition, he is featured on the box art cover for the game. It is likely that he will play a role somehow in the upcoming title. It is possible that he will be one of the 7 Guardians of Light or that Master Xehanort will want him to be part of the 13 Seekers of Darkness.

New World. It constitutes the main territory of one of the Four Emperors, Big Mom, and her crew, the Big Mom Pirates, which extends around Whole Cake Island. It is navigable with a New World Log Pose. According to Pekoms, it is considered one large, powerful nation, and Big Mom as its queen wants it to become a utopia that unifies all races of the world. Totto Land is the general setting for the Whole Cake Island Arc. Totto Land is a massive archipelago with Whole Cake Island, Big Mom's base of operation, in its center, and 34 subsidiary islands, arranged roughly in concentric circles. Each subsidiary island is ruled by a member of the Charlotte Family as its minister. Most islands are themed after food. The territory's border is lined by a weather phenomenon known as "Cotton Candy Snow" ((), Wata ame Yuki? ) (known as Cotton Candy Flurry in the English dub) in which small bits of cotton candy gently descends from the sky. Whole Cake Island: The central and main island, themed after cake. It is the base of operations of the Big Mom Pirates. 100% Island: It is governed by Minister of Juice Smoothie. Biscuits Island: An island themed after biscuits. It is located northwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is the fifth island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by Minister of Biscuits Cracker.

It is governed by Minister of Cutlery Mascarpone.

Black Island: It is located northwest to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Tea Dosmarche. Cacao Island: One of the outermost southwestern islands, themed after chocolate. It is the first island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It was originally governed by the former Minister of Chocolate Lola before she ran away. Candy Island: One of the innermost islands, themed after candy. It is located southwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is the sixth island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Candy Perospero. Cheese Island: An island themed after cheese. It is located west to Whole Cake Island. It is the fourth island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Cheese Mont-d'Or. Cutlery Island: An island themed after cutlery. It is governed by Minister of Cutlery Mascarpone. In the anime, it was shown located north to Cheese Island, making it northwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Essence Saint-Marc. Fruits Island: It is located east to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Fruits Compote. Funwari Island: It is located southwestern to Whole Cake Island.

Totto Land with her husband, son, and crew. Futoru Island: It is located north to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by Minister of Tasting Mobile. Ice Island: It is located southeastern to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Gelato Moscato. Jam Island: An island themed after jam. It is located west to Whole Cake Island. According to Pedro, it has rivers of juice running through it that pours into the sea. It is the second island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Jam Dacquoise. Jelly Island: It is located south to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Agar Kanten. Kibo Island: It is governed by the Minister of Yeast Marnier. Kimi Island: It is governed by Minister of Eggs Citron. Kinko Island: It is governed by the Minister of Finance Noisette. Komugi Island: It is governed by Minister of Flour Katakuri. Liqueur Island: An island themed after liqueur. It is located in the southwestern to Whole Cake Island.

Package Island: It is located northwest to Whole Cake Island.

In the anime, it was shown located north to Cheese Island, making it northwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Alcohol Zuccotto. Loving Island: It is governed by the Minister of Love Cornstarch. Margarine Island: It is governed by the Minister of Butter Galette. Milenge Island: It is located south to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Meringue Broyé. Noko Island: It is governed by the Minister of Whipped Cream Opera. Nuts Island: An island themed after nuts. It is located west to Whole Cake Island. It is the third island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Nuts Amande. Package Island: It is located northwest to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Transport Nusstorte. Piepie Island: It is located northeast to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Pie Compo. Poripori Island: It is governed by Minister of Beans Daifuku. Potato Island: An island themed after potatoes. It is governed by Minister of Fries Snack. Rokumitsu Island: It is located south to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Honey Flampe. Sanshoku Island: It is governed by the Minister of Mix Chiboust. Tanega Island: It is governed by Minister of Seeds Kato.

Topping Island: It is located northwest to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Toppings Tablet. Unique Island: It was governed by the Minister of Design Praline. Yakigashi Island: It is governed by the Minister of Browned Food Oven. These outposts called "Tartes" are located at or near the coasts of Totto Land's islands. They are battleships in the shape of confectionery tarts, hence their names, and they compose the majority of Big Mom's fleet. Any unauthorized ships sighted by them are immediately shot down. Territorial sea slugs are scattered across the immediate sea, and send out warning signals to Den Den Mushi to warn visitors and alert whatever Tarteship is within reach. When called upon, Tartes can leave their designated posts and join battles at the best of the Big Mom Pirates. Several of them were destroyed by Daifuku's genie when it attempted to kill Carrot. Totto Land is most notable for being home to members of almost every race and tribe in the world, as Big Mom claims to desire a utopia where all races and species can live in harmony.


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