Nights (character) - Character

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Nights acts childish, never for a moment thinking of the consequences of its actions. Sometimes Nights scares people for fun, but most of the time it is very chivalrous. Nights is also very merciful, as shown with Reala in Journey of Dreams. It likes new and unusual things, but hates being bound and told what to do. It dislikes Wizeman for not allowing it freedom and for confining it. Sometimes, when very relaxed, Nights will pull out an invisible flute and start playing DREAMS DREAMS, the game's theme song.

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