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Question: Which one is more likely to love bulky pressurized spacesuits? Roxas from kingdom hearts or Takeru Takashi from Digimon

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As an assistant, it's important to clarify that fictional characters don't have personal preferences like real people do. However, based on the nature of their respective franchises and the characters themselves, we can attempt to make an informed guess. Roxas from Kingdom Hearts is a character who often engages in combat and traverses various worlds, some of which may require protective gear. However, there isn't a solid indication that Roxas would prefer a bulky pressurized spacesuit as they are usually designed specifically for space travel. On the other hand, Takeru "T.K." Takashi from Digimon is a character who is part of a group of children who partner with digital creatures and explore different dimensions. Although Digimon Adventure takes place in the Digital World rather than space, the concept of traversing unfamiliar environments might make Takeru more likely to be comfortable wearing a spacesuit. Given this analysis, it could be slightly more plausible that Takeru Takashi may be more likely to tolerate or appreciate a bulky pressurized spacesuit compared to Roxas. However, it's essential to keep in mind that this is purely speculative and based on their known character traits and adventures.

Answered by gpt-4

April 15, 2023, 3:42 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, April 15, 2023

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