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User Info: Tomasagaz14

Tomasagaz14
3 days ago#1
Topic, since Voldemort's plan was so extremely similar to Xehanort's, he could fit in pretty well in the Organization imo.
Let's say that Voldemort is VII, and is buffed for fight along other Kingdom Hearts characters without getting stomped, matching other Org members in power,
How would a Lord Voldemort fight be? In which Disney World he would fit the best? How would be a Data Voldemort?
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User Info: slmcknett

slmcknett
3 days ago#2
Data Voldemort would be tough. Probably cast some Doctor Strange-looking spells, and shoot out snakes like Orochimaru. He can also instantly teleport/apparate to escape attacks.

If he were to be in a Disney world, probably Jungle Book.
And his Nobody name should be Elddrix [Riddle].
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FallenStar2565
3 days ago#3
He and Xehanort would be fighting over vessels until one or the other died. They would NEVER get along together.
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Tomasagaz14
3 days ago#4
FallenStar2565 posted...
He and Xehanort would be fighting over vessels until one or the other died. They would NEVER get along together.

Actually, I'd say that it would be a good chance for Voldemort, he already has many vessels, becoming a vessel of someone else and getting an insane power boost in Dark arts? He can't really refuse that since he seeks power, and travelling through Worlds would just give him many chances of turning even more valuable objects into vessels for him, the only downside would be working for someone, but he was willing to work in Hogwarts and teach children for fulfill his plans, he should feel like in home in the Org.
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FallenStar2565
3 days ago#5
Voldemort doesn't trust anyone to give him anything; he takes what he wants and he likes to operate alone. Did you not even read what Dumbledore said about him?
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Tomasagaz14
3 days ago#6
FallenStar2565 posted...
Voldemort doesn't trust anyone to give him anything; he takes what he wants and he likes to operate alone. Did you not even read what Dumbledore said about him?

He was willing to work in Hogwarts for an unspecified time for teach the children and find vessels tho, he can manage to work with others or for someone if it helps him.
Though if it brings much problem to the prompt, we can say that Kingdom Hearts Voldemort is a bit different from the original and agrees to work with the Org for become stronger and immortal.
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SoraSpardaRyu
3 days ago#7
Tomasagaz14 posted...
He was willing to work in Hogwarts for an unspecified time for teach the children and find vessels tho, he can manage to work with others or for someone if it helps him.
That's not the same thing. Voldemort's interest in teaching at Hogwarts was mostly as an attempt to indoctrinate children with his worldview. He wouldn't have involved anyone in his search for another potential Horcrux, unless he had no better option and intended to kill them afterwards. Same thing with sharing a body with Quirrell or wanting to use the Philosopher's Stone, circumstances left him with little options so he took what he could get.

That said, I do think that Voldemort would ultimately bend to Xehanort, though admittedly not without a fight. For one thing, Voldemort is a willfully ignorant coward, plain and simple. He puts on an air of being this terrifying dark lord who knows greater magic than anyone and fears nothing, yet he disregards what he doesn't understand (love, the sanctity of the human soul, the fact that magical creatures, like House-elves have magic that he doesn't) and when that something causes him to lose control of his situation, he becomes fearful and that causes him to make mistakes (example: trying to kill Harry before he knew the full details of the prophecy, his reaction to his and Harry's wands connecting and to learning that Harry knew of his Horcruxes and his unwillingness to approach Harry's body on the off chance Harry was alive).

Xehanort, who has a better (though still narrow) understanding of human nature than Voldemort does, could pick up on that fear and use it to his advantage. He could strike at Voldemort's ego in a way that only people like Harry and Dumbledore were able to, strike at Voldemort's fear of death and the dead, cause Voldemort to unleash more darkness than he could control, then finally use all of these to bring Voldemort into a position of subservience.
What's the weirdest crossover/collaboration idea you've heard?
Yeah, the big problem with Voldemort is that he never wanted anyone else to be stronger than him and he's a control freak. Xehanort would need to dominate him in some way in order to get his compliance. Or setup another Terra-Xehanort situation by just body jacking the guy entirely.

The other problem with Voldemort is that he'd have MASSIVE culture shock.

Because Kingdom Hearts magic can be taught to absolutely anyone, as everyone has a reserve of "MP" inside of them. There's no such thing as a "muggle," a person incapable of using magic. Just untaught people who have yet to grasp their true potential.

For a guy who runs a death gang that plans to cleanse anyone who is incapable of magic or thinks differently from them, it goes against everything he believes in. His identity is based on being more special than everyone else, only to learn that he's not really.

The only advantage of Voldemort's magic over everyone else's is that it can be used with absolutely zero cost, and it's got incredible versatility. For example, a Harry Potter wizard can cast a spell at 0 cost that can duplicate items, with the duplicates gradually degrading over a somewhat long period of time.

And you know that move Xehanort does where he summons the discarded keyblades to attack you? Yeah, Voldemort could create an ocean of keys with a single spell.

He can also reshape the battlefield and do stuff like transform inanimate objects into living creatures. These only fade away when another wizard cancels the spell, otherwise they persist forever. Same deal for if he transforms one object into another. Org 13 could effectively have infinite munny if Voldemort transforms a bunch of rocks or leaves into the stuff.

That goes double for anything they own.

He's also got instant death spells.

The killing curse instantly separates someone's soul from their body, so that's still useful. It's a bit less effective than in Harry Potter since the curse can be blocked, dodged, or deflected, and the people of this universe are much more physically fit than Harry Potter wizards.

The other spells can be resisted with magical resistance, an effect that other creatures in Harry Potter have and would work comparatively here. People like Luxord transform Sora into cards and dice, and Sora's able to revert himself to his true form eventually. That would likely be the same case if Voldemort turned Sora into a chicken.

Voldemort's ability to raise an army of inferni is flat out inferior to every other method of generating minions that the org has access to. Sora would slaughter a zombie army effortlessly and has already killed undead pirates who were capable of thought. Mindless minions won't stand a chance, even if there's thousands of them. And they're weak to fire.

His one crippling weakness is that he absolutely requires the use of his wand to cast his advanced spells. While he has talent in wandless magic, he's greatly limited and incapable of using the vast majority of his magic without one.

This is such a downside that they'd probably handwave it away by having him merge his HP magic with KH magic, and thus he can cast spells freely and using the wand is just a habit. The killing curse also requires an incantation, making it really obvious when he's going to cast it.

So a possessed Voldemort-Xehanort wielding a keyblade would be a hilariously massive threat.

Voldemort in control of his own mind and body, less so.

Xehanort is much more intelligent and better at emotion and impulse control than Voldemort. Not to mention his planning skills.

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slmcknett
2 days ago#9
I see that no one here can understand hypotheticals and have fun. I'm sorry, TC.
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User Info: Tomasagaz14

Tomasagaz14
2 days ago#10
slmcknett posted...
I see that no one here can understand hypotheticals and have fun. I'm sorry, TC.

It's fine.
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