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  1. If Kairi is going through Sora’s memories in MoM, why are Roxas’s memories still there? All those memories Sora had as of KH3 have been separated and placed back in the rightful people haven’t they?

    1. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      Maybe it's a Cloud Strife thing, where his memories are mixed together with the memories of another person.

    2. JosepHenry


      to be fair we don't know how does she do that, heck we don't even know if the gameplay fits with the story even. I have a feeling the story will focus on kairi trying to have a clue of sora, but stumbiling into her own memories and past issues.

    3. KHCast


      @SenEDDtor Missile could also now that I think about it, be some of Kairi’s memories we go through that also tie to Xion. But eh, Joseph’s idea sounds more realistic. The gameplay will just be conveniently moments us the player remember, but narratively it’s like a whole different set of events Kairi is going through 

    4. JosepHenry


      While I think the gameplay will be seperate from the story, I wouldn't past Nomura to fit it in somehow. But I do feel the story will be all about Kairi and her past, instead of Sora's own memories. She is gonna start as trying to save sora, but then it turns into her own  personal battle. There is a LOT to cover with her past, like it's about freaking time...

      With that said there could be a lot more we don't know yet.

    5. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      Sora's heart is still connected to everyone's, so everyone's memories are basically still his memories at this point.

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