Namine Meets the Lingering Will

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NemesisSP

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It was recently revealed for the Kingdom Hearts Concert that Namine and Terra's seiyuu would make regular appearances. Even more recently, it was revealed what those appearances would entail. A reenactment for A Fragmentary Passage of an event where Namine met the Terra's Lingering Will.

I find this rather interesting, as I wonder what the context of this is and how Namine came to know about it.
 

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I'm guessing that she might have unlocked the memories sometime during Days. As her power is focused on Sora and those connected to him, it's possible that she tapped into the memories of the BBS trio. How she came to find him is a bit trickier, though.
 

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Yeah, Re:Coded is another piece of evidence to justify Namine's foundings within Sora when she revealed it in the game.

It's a long stretch but I'm guessing (somehow) Namine tapped Ventus' heart and memories which led her to the location of the Keyblade Graveyard, where the lingering will of Terra resides in.

Ah, can't wait for 2.8 to come by.
 
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NemesisSP

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That is indeed where I got the news and I was planning to post the transcript here, but Cyborg already got to before I could!

Well, either way it is annoying it won't be in the game, but hopefully we'll find out more about this scene in the future. The dialogue does give a suggestion that it was sometime before Sora faced the Lingering Will, at the least.
 
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Well, not everything is considered canon, just most of the content is.

Due to legal issues, Deep Jungle isn't considered canon anymore, for one. The Mirage Arena's canonicity is also questionable, too.
 

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I would write out the Mirage Arena from the canon, I find it hard to imagine how the trio fighting the No Heart boss could make sense plot wise.
Well, it was originally intended to be canon, with Laguna from FFVIII running it. But since he was cut out from the game, the role of the world was downgraded significantly.
 

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I mean, things that are considered to be heavy in story elements are considered canon. Things like Deep Jungle and the Mirage Arena (debatable) can be kept aside because at a glance, when integrating it to the KH story formula, they don't significantly bring much to the table.