Talk:Castle That Never Was
- 1 Untitled
- 2 Clean up
- 3 "It is safe to assume that Xion, the fourteenth member, would have sat between Roxas and Larxene's seats"
- 4 Missing Rooms
- 5 roxas weapons
- 6 Demxy's tombstone number
- 7 Circle number
- 8 Name
- 9 Library and Computer Room?
- 10 Throne heights
- 11 "Grey" Area
- 12 Settings
- 13 Oddly, the bars of the cells are far enough apart that a prisoner could easily just walk out between them
- 14 Kitchen
The Axel ressurection - I thought of that and was hoping it might happen by KH3.
- What does this have to do with the article?
Would it be a problem if I were to properly clean up some of the facts and grammar in this article? It's haphazardly put together, badly worded, and contains a lot of personal opinions more so than actual facts.
"It is safe to assume that Xion, the fourteenth member, would have sat between Roxas and Larxene's seats"
I'm about halfway through right now, and so far the only meeting in the chamber has been when Xemnas introduces Xion. At this rate, it doens't seem likely that we'll be seeing where Xion sat. 18.104.22.168 01:50, October 1, 2009 (UTC)
Yeah. We never seen Xion sat in the Round Room, because Xion is not really part of the Organization. It always have been the 13 of them.--NinjaSheik 01:53, October 1, 2009 (UTC)
In days beside the bedrooms and grey area we also see a computer room and a small library should these be added to list or not?--Masgrande 18:41, October 21, 2009 (UTC)
Just to check was the library actually Vexen's room or something.--Masgrande 17:06, October 28, 2009 (UTC)
--Zonnic2 17:01, October 28, 2009 (UTC) I'm confiused roxas gets the Oathkeeper/Oblivion after he leaves the organization why is it that when you enter the Proof of existing in KH2 the weapon of roxas is Oathkeeper/Oblivion not a kingdom key, but when axel battels roxas he says "two?" clearly stating that axel doesnt know about roxas his 2 keyblades
- Axel still knows that the dual Keyblades are Roxas's natural weapon (probably from seeing the battle against Riku, or from the Organization's knowledge of Roxas before replicating him - that first week?), and so he's remarking that Roxas has fully come back. Or, the Proof of Existence was not directly built, but is tied to the member's existence - which is why the dead members have broken panels.Glorious CHAOS! 18:08, October 28, 2009 (UTC)
Demxy's tombstone number
It might be worth noting that the tombstone piece by Demyx's position is completely broken off. Thus, it could be originally from Marluxia's, and have been thrown across the room. There's certainly no way to disprove this. M0ffx 01:15, November 21, 2009 (UTC)
Could somebody confirm the number of circles on the Altar of Naught? I've counted them myself, but I can only get up to 13. 22.214.171.124 01:22, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
I see..well if (s)he is talking about the Altar of Naught and not confusing it with Where Nothing Gathers, then I'm not sure. I never really checked around the Altar of Naught, but I am positive that there is only thirteen thrones at Where Nothing Gathers.--Xion4ever 01:29, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
There is definitely only thirteen thrones in Where Nothing Gathers. There is no doubt about that. And on the article itself it says there are fourteen circles.--Random!to a point! 01:34, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
I know the difference between the two. Even if I didn't, I could just read the page. Besides, I was just playing KH2, and I figured out how it gets to 14. That same circle pattern is also seen in Twilight's View about three times. 126.96.36.199 03:19, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
In the article it's started as "The Castle that Never Was" But the name of the page is just "Castle that Never Was". Should we change the name of the page to The Castle That Never Was? I know it seems kind of unimportant but whatever ._. -- 15:16, April 1, 2010 (UTC)
The Game calls it of Castle That Never Was so I think that the name should keep the same and just just take the bold text out in the word "The"--Xabryn 15:36, April 1, 2010 (UTC)
Library and Computer Room?
Someone just recently added some images to the gallery from Days, and I'm almost certain that I've never seen them before. One shows Axel in the "Library", and the other has Xion in the "Computer Room", both places I'm dead certain were not in the game, at least not in the English version. could anyone clarify this for me? It may have just been an oversight on my behalf.
Thanks Kryten, I realize that now. I thought that when Axel had all the books on the desk, that was just his room, not a library, and I remember seeing the computer room now.
So, does anyone have a complete list of the throne heights from highest to lowest?--ShadowsTwilight 13:31, May 31, 2010 (UTC)
- Maybe I'll find something about the different heights in the Ultimania, but I have a more pressing issue, the gamplay vs. story one:
- It's a fact that the multiplayer mission aspect of 358/2 Days is not canon, simply because you can play with already "dead" members of the Organization. This was also stated by Hasegawa here. So what happens in multiplayer mode stays in multiplayer mode and this concerns the gameplay dependent moving of the chairs too (if you never played the multiplayer mode with other games, it looks like this).
- All that is left of this in story mode is that the chairs' height are not fixated and that Xemnas always sits on the highest (and Roxas on the lowest). ShardofTruth 08:53, 26 April 2013 (UTC)
- Okay, that works. That bit shouldn't say "Nomura" said it, though, cause he wasn't talking about the multiplayer there. Let's just have coverage of the canon aspect, then a "canon" template callout stating that, in multiplayer mode, the height of the chairs is used to represent how many HP were obtained by each character."We're werewolves, not swearwolves." (KrytenKoro) 17:22, 26 April 2013 (UTC)