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To everyone who has seen the notable differences between the Kingdom Hearts Moons in Kingdom Hearts 2 and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep (both secret movie and game versions), I bring out probably the most important unexplained question in the Kingdom Hearts series: Why is Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep's Kingdom Hearts Moon blue!? There is no confirmed answer to this question, but a truck-load of theories could arrise from it. Here's my theory: Has anyone who has already spoiled them selves (I know I have *sobs*) read the Xehanort Reports section (Not to be confused between the Ansem Reports and Secret Ansem Reports)? One of Xehanort's more later reports has him stating that the use of the X-Blade and the Keyblade War can be considered as a "True" method to summon/create/fuse with/etc. Kingdom Hearts, while many other alternatives exist, most of them can be seen as "Artificial". So, if Master Xehanort's theories are seen as fact, which they usually are to some extent, then the method that Master Xehanort used to summon/create Kingdom Hearts can be seen as a (or THE ONLY) "True" way to summon Kingdom Hearts. Thus, if this is fact, the methods that Xehanort's Heartless/"Ansem" The Seeker Of Darkness (along with Maleficent) and Xemnas used to create/summon Kingdom Hearts can be seen as "Artificial". Therefore, while the Kingdom Hearts Moon seen in KH1 and KH2 (although Kingdom Hearts in KH1 is only seen as a shadow/silloete behind The Door to Darkness) was just pale yellow like a regular moon (with a dark blue aura, then a pink aura along with the hole in the center), the Kingdom Hearts Moon in KH:BbS is a similar looking moon, but instead is entirely light blue in color with a light blue aura. With that in mind, it can be assumed that the Kingdom Hearts in BbS is a "True" or "Real" Kingdom Hearts as opposed to the Kingdom Hearts synthesised in 1 and 2 could be seen as "Artificial" or "False" Kingdom Hearts' (although the KH1 method could be considered more closer to beeing "True" since both 1 and BbS methods may or may not require gathering The Seven Hearts Of Pure Light). That could be why the "Artificail" Kingdom Hearts is moon-colored and the "True" Kingdom Hearts is blue. Although it is pretty far-fetched, it is a pretty good theory in my oppinion. But one theory does not reveal a true answer alone, many more are needed to find the true conclusion. So, tell me your guys's oppinions and theories (and while you're at it, your oppinons on mine, I need to make sure that it at least sounds a little acurate) and then when the time comes (like before a major KH game that might anser this pressing question) we will all look through our theories and create a conclusion that while be more accurate and canon. So, Lend me your power so this theory may be comeplete! (P.S.-On the topic lists, if the last author to edit the page has a set of numbers for it's name, it is most likely me, since I'm too bone-headed to remember to log in before I start/edit a form topic!) AROS 14:00, April 3, 2010 (UTC)

Xehanort states in Report 6 that using the Princess Keyblade is the proper way to open the door. The X-Blade instead summons it to you, it seems.Glorious CHAOS! 00:58, April 4, 2010 (UTC)

Hm, didn't remember that. I guess I always thought they were on the same feild (except the X-Blade looks more awsome!). But I guess a complex/hole in the theory then, now that you mentioned it, is that Kingdom Hearts can be opened and/or summoned. But either way you get Kingdom Hearts. But still, the creation of the X-Blade has to do with the Moon's color in some way. But then, yet another hole in the theory, Master Xehanort revealed/summoned Kingdom Hearts before the X-Blade way created (right?), so what the heck does that mean!? UGH! Something tells me that this is going to be a more shorter fourm than I thought(this UTC date sourcing is killing me!) . AROS 15:14, April 3, 2010 (UTC)