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Display titleForum:Error on Kingdom Hearts(world) Page
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Page creatorAROS (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation00:45, 4 April 2010
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Date of latest edit03:01, 1 July 2014
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I noticed something on the Kingdom Hearts One section on the Kingdom Hearts(world) page, when it describes the scene where Sora releases his heart, the link on the phrase "a Keyblade" leads to the Oblivion page. What's up with that!? The Keyblade used was The Keyblade Of Peoples' Hearts, not Oblivion! Could someone please fix that, because it's kind'a annoying. Although it kind of takes me back to when I first played Kingdom Hearts, I managed to complete the game with out obtaining Oblivion and so when I played Kingdom Hearts II I had already forgot what the Dark Keyblade looked like, so when I saw Roxas Dual Wield, I thought he was holding the Dark Keyblade, until after I played KH again, I opened the treasure chest and got Oblivion, feeling like a complete idiot that I forgot to get it in it's first appearance and that I coulden't tell the difference between the two. But all in all, I guess this mistake means that the confusion between the two is more common than I might think. AROS 14:45, April 3, 2010
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