Forum:Darkness aging effect?
Couldn't be possible that abusing the power of darkness could possibly have some...long-term aging effects on the body? Of course we know that gaining yellow eyes is a tell-tale sign, but I think dwelling in the dark for so long may have sped up Master Xehanort's aging. He looks a little too old to be Eraqus' colleague, not to mention his bald, noticible veiny cranium. I don't know, it's a possibility. I also noticed that Braig a little different aside from the yellow eye and pointy ears when seen at the Keyblade Graveyard. And then you have Riku, who went from a shrimp to a young adult within the span of one year. Kaihedgie 21:36, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
yes it is possible there is also Saix who seems much more older than Axel that in BBS seem the same age--Xabryn 20:15, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
Now that you say it, that makes a lot of sense.
That does make lots of sense, and perhaps becoming a Nobody causes a extreme aging as well. Look at Xigbar, Zexion, Axel, and Saix for crying out loud. I think Dabbling in Darkness, then becoming a Nobody causes your Nobody to age as well. Of course, not all cases match this idea, I know, but it's still an idea. Kaihedgie, the only thing wrong with Riku is that Sora nd Kairi weren't dabbling in darkness, and they still grew in the span of one year.--User:PrincessAndie8thprincessofheart/sig 21:06, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
Riku appear in days older than in CoM and the time that passed wasn't so big for such a big difference and the Xigbar and Saix(they are the only one that seem to have changed with darkness, as they have yellow eyes and pointed ears) maybe but Zexion and Axel it was cuz of the 10 years that passed between BBS and KH--Xabryn 21:19, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
To Princess: That's exactly what I meant /: Sora nor Kairi never used the darkness. So that point remains pretty much moot. They aged naturally because so. Their age progression was never as dramatic as Riku's. Kaihedgie 01:33, March 1, 2010 (UTC)