Oh, I think he was completely unaware.
I mean, the key thing is that he almost seems to implicitly confess that, yes, he was lying and, no, they don’t really have hearts at all. Because right after that line comes, he basically turns all his emotions off and goes all stony-faced, as if he truly believes that he’s dropping the illusion and becoming the unfeeling husk that he “knows” he really is.
And this is up for interpretation, but I believe that his cowardice and his nerves and his humor were real — which is why he quickly goes back to being goofy and skittish as soon as the fight begins; try as he might, he just can’t keep those emotions down. They’re too genuine. They’re too real. It’s also why he dies screaming. You would think that if he truly had the ability to turn his feelings off, he’d do it while he was dying so he wouldn’t have to experience that terror, but he doesn’t. He doesn’t do that. He reacts with shock and fear and everything you’d expect. I believe that, completely unbeknown to him, the stony face was the real illusion. He thought he was letting his true self show through, but he was his true self all along. The jerk who said “Silence, traitor” was just the real Demyx trying to act in accordance with the things Xemnas and Saix had taught him.
msdanconia asked: SLYTHERIN or
HUFFLPUFFOr perhaps in Slytherin. You’ll make your real friends, those cunning folk use any means to achieve their ends.”(locket credit: chipmunkgiggle)
apparently i need to catch up on dmmd and fast bc they’re all going to platinum jail
Full version of BOWIE KNIFE, ending song for the anime Dramatical Murder
Full version of SLIP ON THE PUMPS, opening song of the anime Dramatical Murder