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I found the translation here: khinsider According to the forums, the person who translated this is: nenilein
Before Xehanort extracted the darkness from within him, Ventus was originally a pessimist, quite unlike the Ventus we see in BBS
Terra hates sweets and prefers nuts (nod to the “Rockin’ Crunch” ice cream, anyone?)
Aqua is a very talented baker and apparently makes a lot of sweets - much to Terra’s chagrin (hah!)
Ventus’ first treat upon arriving to the Land of Departure was a slice of cake Aqua made
Master Eraqus’ favorite fruit is strawberries
The whole banter about Aqua “being such a girl” (courtesy of Terra) was implied to have existed long before Ventus arrived
When Ventus first spoke to Terra and Aqua on a “casual” level, Terra laughed and Aqua burst into tears from an intense amount of joy/relief
The first time Ventus sparred with Terra, Terra commented on how Ventus wielded the Keyblade: “Um, I’m not sure you’re supposed to hold it like that…”
Ventus fainted only when Terra raised the Wooden Keyblade to attack (nod to the harsh training of Xehanort).
Terra felt guilty and blamed himself when Ventus fainted after his first “spar” with Ventus and Aqua was there to comfort him
Apparently, it was Aqua and Terra who came up with the nickname “Ven” because it “rolls right off the tongue”
Vanitas feels pain every time an Unversed is killed. He also felt extreme disgust towards Ventus, upon meeting his lighter half, and attacked him
So next time someone tells you the BBS/Wayfinder trio have “no background/character”, please send them a link to the BBS novel. Remember that the original plan for the novel was by Tetsuya Nomura himself, and I’m pretty sure he would’ve looked over the content before giving a confirmation.