As for the heart theory it would be something apart from maybe a dream eater that would illicit a shock. Xehanort asks if he is a fortune teller, but Master of Masters will only make numerous claims about his identity before telling Xehanort his name, proving to be one of the "Lost Masters". Years later, the Master of Masters, having studied the χ-blade, used the skills he learned from it to take in six apprentices, Luxu, Ira, Ava, Invi, Aced and Gula, and began to train them into becoming Keyblade Masters of their own right, giving them Keyblades crafted from their own hearts and their names. Note: To enter the tournament to start accumulating the coins, you must have 30 level 25 pets. When I'm actually planning it's destruction. He manipulates the union-masters by giving them roles which lead to them to mistrust one another and fight amongst eachother, hoping it will lead to a war that can create a x-blade. He then orders Luxu to watch and if necessary interfere as things happen between his fellow apprentices and also gives him the Black Box, which he decides to tell Luxu about at the condition he swear not to tell anyone else, with the contents being indicated to be a copy of the Book of Prophecies despite him not giving Luxu one to prevent him from causing paradoxes but whatever it was caused Luxu great surprise, which the Master simply said that he'll see sinisterly. The Master bestows Luxu with the No Name Keyblade that contains the Master's Gazing Eye and instructs him to pass the No Name from master to apprentice so that the Gazing Eye can relay future events back to him. He shares a close relationship with his disciples, having inculcated an unquestioning loyalty to him within them, and treats them affectionately, though his eccentricity often baffles them. All that aside, even if MoM has nothing to do with Braig at all and it's just two (too) similar characters, does anyone find it really strange (not even necessarily in a bad way) that the most senior of all Kingdom Hearts characters is a total goofball? He puts his heart in the box as a way of self-preservation if his plan doesn't work. and then his response to the Masters' response to that "Nooooo..." And finally, his pleading to know what's in the box "Now, I really wanna know." For better or worse.
I hadn't compared him with Braig but now that you say it, there is a similarity comedy wise (I like Braig/Xigbar too). I think MoM might be Sora as well. I know I'm probably wrong, but I guess we'll find out. Lea has always been a bit of jokester, he can wield a Keyblade now, he has always been an adept fire magic user, and he can manipulate Corridors of Darkness. 5. He constantly behaves in an unpredictable and eccentric manner despite his extraordinary intelligence and wisdom but his ability to stage the Keyblade War while ensuring the worlds would still exist, manipulating his own loyal apprentices with no apparent qualms despite their absolute loyalty and his apparent affection for them, indicates a machiavellian personality. He says his decision will become clear after his next Mark of Mastery Exam, but the Master of Masters tells Xehanort that the results don't matter if one has already made his decision. He puts his heart in the box as a way of self-preservation if his plan doesn't work. The Master provides Ava with a list of five Keyblade wielders she must gather to succeed the Foretellers following the Keyblade War, with only one of them meant to receive a copy of the Book of Prophecies. He also claims to be afraid of facing the darkness without his black coat. Master of Masters to Master Xehanort while in his younger days. Plus, personally I would just like the MoM to be a completely original and separate character of his own. I can't really figure him out. The Master takes six apprentices, gifting each of them Keyblades forged from their hearts, who are then renamed Aced, Ava, Gula, Invi, Ira, and Luxu.
Encouraging the youth to believe solely in what he sees and that he will one day be strong enough to not need the black coat, the Master attempts to leave. What is in the box is his actual heart. Currently, nothing is known about the Master's might but he is certainly an extraordinarily skilled and powerful Keyblade Master, having personally trained the incredibly strong and skilled Foretellers and Luxu, molding them into powerful Keyblade Masters themselves, while still being superior to their level of might, deemed by Gula as having the power to forcibly stop all of them from causing the Keyblade War. I'm thinking that he already created a time paradox and this is the second cycle wherein he niw knows the future and is trying to change it. The truth is what you see with your eyes, not what you hear.
He manipulates the union-masters by giving them roles which lead to them to mistrust one another and fight amongst eachother, hoping it will lead to a war that can create a x-blade. Also, he shows a little bit of playfulness with response to finding out about the eye "Eww!" Although he demonstrates a more serious side to his persona, especially when talking about the specific roles he had given to the Foretellers, he has a tendency to weave in and out of serious moments at a mere whim, being somber at one moment and laughing playfully the next. Master Xehanort first appeared in the Keyblade Graveyard with Saix and Xigbar. He constantly behaves in an unpredictable and eccentric manner despite his extraordinary intelligence and wisdom but his ability to stage the Keyblade War while ensuring the worlds would still exist, manipulating his own loyal apprentices with no apparent qualms despite their absolute loyalty and his apparent affection for them, indicates a machiavellian personality. In addition, the Master of Masters also states that he didn't have a Master of his own despite being a Keyblade Master, most likely meaning he created the title himself. He then vanishes, leaving so little traces that the Foretellers, despite their search, are unable to find the Master. The Master of Masters is seen in the secret movie Yozora. Just remember that a ton of people didn't believe what roxas' name was, or any of the other speculations.
All of these things scream Sora to me. 2 Excluding Luxu, the apprentices are chosen to be Foretellers and receive copies of the Book of Prophecies, which depicts an event known as the Keyblade War, in which light would expire and the world would reach its end.
Now, you mentioned Braig/Xigbar and while that is a good answer; let's consider a hero who fits this mold. The Master of Masters appears as a person completely concealed in a black coat. Essentially Sora has full possession of his heart is granted KH god like powers but it overwhelms him. Having grew disillusioned with the unending Keyblade War, he decides to end it for once by manipulating his apprentices and disappear. The Gula - Ven connection is a bit of a stretch in my opinion. Remember in DDD when Sora meets Neku and asks his name? Post discussion, fan-art, videos, questions, and more here! In another conversation with Luxu, by just spreading his arms open, he was able to surround them with pitch-black darkness and remove it at whim, also displaying the ability to influence technology, shutting down the computers of the room, which he did without needing any additional gesture, and teleport, instantly appearing behind Luxu's back as soon as he restored the light.
You hear "the Master of Masters," you think "This guy's gotta be serious business. And I know I'm not the first person to think it, and I'm not sure how much people were able to discern from the trailers/Japanese release, but do you guys have any thoughts on this?
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I know there are theories about the Foretellers having connections/similarities to the modern characters, but what about the MoM? From everything I've seen from 2.8, this guy is what's got me the most intrigued. Without warning, the Master disappears from the world, and although Ava and Gula actively seek him out, they are unable to locate him. The Master of Masters can spawn Keyblades from the hearts of others. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser.
The true personality of the Master is unknown due to his contradicting manner in all his appearances. I think he's been influencing Xehanort with the 'no name' keyblade, and when Xehanort finally creates the x-blade towards the end of KHIII, the box will unlock and the MoM will use Xehanort as a vessel for his heart; and hence the MoM will be the final antagonist. Perhaps Luxu is Sora's actual heartless/nobody. He can see the future and decides to change the future or in this case past. The Master also appears to be extremely skilled in sorcery, capable of many powerful enhancements, displaying a commendable level of mastery over time-based magic, having been able to enchant the Gazing Eye within the No Name Keyblade he gave Luxu so from it he could perceive anything the Eye saw from anywhere throughout time, which made the Book of Prophecies he authored possible to exist, and he also seemingly enhanced the Book with the power to summon powers from the future. From what has been revealed of his true feelings, he is tired and bitter over having seen the fight with light and darkness go on in an endless cycle, noting that he wants to "take a break" from it and his entire plan of choosing new Union Leaders and ending the current world was all to finally put a stop to the Keyblade War. Now, as for The Master and Luxu. Basically, the exact opposite of how FFXV's story situation played out (good story, bad presentation). He gives Luxu his keyblade and instructs it to be passed down, probably so that if his plan fails he can use the blade to influence future wielders into having an interest with the darkness (Xehanort comes into contact with it, which probably leads to the events of the entire series). Idk just a thought!!! Quest 665: Target: Blitz Spear Pt. His mannerisms, his jokey personality, the way he talks to people, it just seems so similar. Ironically enough, it will be a Terra-Xehanort situation. Food for thought, no food for Sora. When the Master of Masters was just a boy, the Keyblade War had already began between light and darkness. Who is under the hood of The Master of Masters? He recalled the time he was encountered by the Master of Masters 75 years ago without truly knowing who he was. He is responsible for training the five Foretellers and gifting them with the Book of Prophecies. Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover, One night, Chirithy shows Player a dream in which the Master of Masters is speaking to the other Foretellers in the Foretellers' Chamber, though Nightmare Chirithy quickly puts a stop to this dream.  At some point in his adulthood, the Master of Masters creates the Book of Prophecies by means of his "Gazing Eye", which allows him to view any events in the future it will witness. either way works actually). Ira - Riku, Aced - Terra, Ava - Kairi, Invi - Aqua, Gula - Ven. However, I don't think they are related in any way. Though confirmed by himself that there were other Keyblade wielders at that time, he does not directly mention if they were allies or enemies, but states that the darkness took the form similar to, but not quite, that of a human. In order to undo it his comatose friends are given his new eyes in their blades and yea you know the rest.
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