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Kingdom Hearts All games in the Final Fantasy/Disney cross-over series Kindgom Hearts.

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Old 05/27/2013   #1
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Default Something odd I noticed about Huey, Dewey, and Louie...

During BBS, they're little kids, and then during KH, which is 10 years later, they don't look any older, nor do they seem older in KH2, which is a year after KH and 11 years after BBS. What the fuck?
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Old 05/27/2013   #2
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time travel.

apparently it's a thing
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Old 05/27/2013   #3
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They're clearly different time versions of Xehanort.
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Old 05/27/2013   #4
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Clearly SE missed out on the perfect opportunity to utilize Quack Pack.
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Old 05/27/2013   #5
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or maybe it's just that the Disney characters don't age as quickly as SE characters do...
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Old 05/27/2013   #6
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Duck years innit
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Old 05/27/2013   #7
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Obsidian Fire wrote: or maybe it's just that the Disney characters don't age as quickly as SE characters do...
This is my headcanon basically.
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Old 05/28/2013   #8
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Well Mickey and Minnie don't look 80 so it's in Disney Character ages. It takes you forever to age and Scrooge must be 200 years old.
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Old 05/28/2013   #9
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Scrooge has seen a lot of things. He was clearly the original keyblade master.
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Old 05/28/2013   #10
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They probably will forever be children.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huey,_Dewey,_and_Louie

Wikipedia wrote: Huey, Dewey, and Louie were created by Ted Osborne and Al Taliaferro, and first appeared in a newspaper comic strip on October 17, 1937.
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...7060056AACiXYE

Maokun, at Yahoo Answers wrote: In the case of the duckling trio, their mother was mentioned as "Dellla Duck" and their unnamed father was a poor fella that went to the hospital as result of a practical joke made by the kids, so they were sent to Donald to care for while their dad got better. Wich apparently, never happened and they were never mentioned again.
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Old 05/28/2013   #11
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Obsidian Fire wrote: or maybe it's just that the Disney characters don't age as quickly as SE characters do...
That was my guess. I mean, consider how old Mickey must be. We already have three worlds based on Mickey's past from before Birth by Sleep. And he was apparently alive when Disney Castle was built. He's probably at least like 40 or so.
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Old 06/05/2013   #12
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I assume that they have a problem with their growth being stunted from massive chemical dependency issues. Its not just an item shop they run, it is a huge multi-world spanning drug cartel, and they are dipping deep into their own supple.

Or it could be that as characters they have only ever existed as children, I know they was a short lived show where they were young teens, but that is still "children" in my book.
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Old 08/02/2013   #13
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There's actually an official explanation in one of Carl Barks's comic "That's No Fable!" Scrooge and the nephews drank from the Fountain of Youth for a few days, meaning that while Scrooge was said to have died in 1967 according to Don Rosa's Life and Times of $crooge McDuck, it was actually a coverup.
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Old 08/03/2013   #14
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Tailikku1 wrote: There's actually an official explanation in one of Carl Barks's comic "That's No Fable!" Scrooge and the nephews drank from the Fountain of Youth for a few days, meaning that while Scrooge was said to have died in 1967 according to Don Rosa's Life and Times of $crooge McDuck, it was actually a coverup.
Didn't know that. Bothered me as a kid watching Ducktales how Scrooge would make reference to having seen something that happened in the 1850's like it was nothing. I know he was meant to be old, but even when the show was new that would of made him close to 150 years old.
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