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...right, that's why the section explicitly notes that there's no given reason for the difference in depiction. That doesn't change that it is, in fact, a published depiction of Roxas."We're werewolves, not swearwolves." (KrytenKoro) 16:42, 23 July 2019 (UTC) No, that does change the fact that doesn't because, because while it is a published depiction of Roxas, there is still literally nothing suggesting this was ever a thing besides fandom speculation. I have checked, it literally is not a thing except for you guys. No Nomura interviews suggesting there was an older Roxas intended to play a role, no behind the scenes concept art. This is an isolated incident and if you actually follow both how Nomura's artstyle was at the time and how art composition works, you would know it was probably not an intentional thing. I've drawn characters looking older than they should simply by virtue of using a different pose or by accidentally adding some details that age them up. That's how art works.

Furthermore, this is not pertinent information that needs to be included in the section related to Roxas' appearance, both by virtue of the lack of canonical backing and it's fan speculation status. You guys stubbornly keep this here even though it does not fit. If you *must* have it, then it should be saved for the Trivia section. That's what Trivia is meant for, putting information that otherwise doesn't fit anywhere else. And this is exactly what it is fan speculation and trivia.—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

If you guys continue to edit war on Roxas's article, then both you will get a warning. Take it to the talk page and say your piece. I honestly don't know who first added that bit about Roxas, but this edit war needs to stop and have it brought formally with the rest of the community.--NinjaSheik 17:52, 3 August 2019 (UTC)

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