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 In CoM
In CoM, don't you get he Oblivion by just heading for the stairs for the 13th floor, and defeating Larxene gets you her card?Not even Mr. Lister's Koromon survived intact. 14:27, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
- Well, what I mean is that defeating Larxene gets you the Larxene card, and you could immediately save the game and not have the Oblivion (if I remember correctly). It's not until you actually go up the stairs and have that little story sequence that you get Oblivion, right?Not even Mr. Lister's Koromon survived intact. 20:39, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
 Oblivion Dosnt Represent Xion for DW Roxas
i dont know why, but for some reason when people say the keyblade he got from xion, is the keyblade that turns into oblivion, it gets me really mad.
i mean what kind of conection dose Xion have with the oblivion keyblade? why do people automaticly assume that when roxas Dual Wields, the oblivion keyblade is the one he got from xion?
i mean, Roxas normal wields a single keyblade with his right hand, the hand that holds the obliivion keyblade when Dual wielding. so shouldent the Oathkeeper be the one that shows Roxas' conection to Xion?
i mean when roxas gets xions keyblade its obviously the one he holds in his left hand, wich is also the hand that holds Oathkeeper with he Dual wields.
ive even made a picture to compare keyblades:
Xion even wields the keyblade in her left hand in her offical art. even though she wields her weapon with her right hand in battle, i think SE had her keyblade in her left hand in her art work to represent the fact that Roxas' lefthanded keyblade, the oath keeper, came from her
Dont ask me why im making such a big deal out fo this, but i just cant help it. it just irks me when people think the oblivion keyblade represents xion when she has no conection to it at all
i hope someone takes what ive said into consideration and fixes the "the oblivion keyblade represents xion" sentance in the description of the keyblade
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~By Wiki User Ixbran
- ...for the extremely simple fact that he can wield the Oathkeeper on his own, but he can't use the Oblivion until Xion gives him her Keyblade.Glorious CHAOS! 03:19, 11 August 2009 (UTC)
Lol, that's Xion's artwork, you dip. She never fights left-handed in the actual game. Artwork ≠ Evidence. And of course Roxas' Oblivion equals Xion. Roxas' Oathkeeper and Oblivion ≠ Sora's Oathkeeper and Oblivion. Did you even play the game? The second Riku catches the Oblivion after Roxas throws it to him, Riku's mind is flooded with his memories of Xion. And then later when Riku is talking about Xion to Roxas, he lifts up the Oblivion Keyblade in his hand and stares at it. And just as it was stated before me, Roxas can use Oathkeeper any time with the Zero Gear, but after absorbing Xion and having his Synch Blade ability awoken, he gains Oblivion.
 Japanese Symbol for DARK?
- Er, did you bother reading the article first?—Urutapu 18:16, October 27, 2009 (UTC)
 Shaft or Blade?
 xion and the oblivion
i think the oblivion resembles xion the oblivion is black like her hair and the nobody coat the blue gem resembles her eyes the crown resembles her being kinda like a princess of a heart because she resembles kairi
 recoded names
- Well my fan theory on that is seeing as how the Keyblade's Japanese name is Passing Memories, their names are base on the memories of people significant to Sora. Wind = Ventus, Earth = Terra, Sea = Kairi, Sky = Sora, himself. But that's just my fan theory on it. Bloody on what Nomura is thinking. *shrugs* UnknownCheisā 21:01, 28 April 2012 (UTC)