To come into this, out of nowhere, I think it's overall a solid idea. There are 34 Worlds, I believe, in the Kingdom Hearts Universe. I agree that this is far too many, and that having a static number of worlds mixed with rotating ones would work well.
However, I disagree with the concept of origin / hub worlds. It adds unnecessary bloat to the roster of worlds, and pigeonholes new roleplayers. The 5 permanent worlds should be capable of covering this category by its very nature.
It's a great idea, in my opinion, to have 5 static worlds (always there), and then some yearly, some quarterly. I would argue for slightly less yearly worlds myself, something like 3 yearly / 4 quarterly.
In this vein there would be 12 worlds to RP in at all times, 5 always there, and 7 ever changing. The reason I propose more quarterly instead of yearly is simply because of the very concept this wishes to fulfill: more activity across worlds that see less activity normally. It only makes sense, to me at least, to have more worlds changing out instead of staying static. It also means that it would take just under 2 years to see every world pop up; considering some worlds are highly unpopular that seems like a good timeline to me.
As an idea, that I am only putting out for discussion here, the 5 permanent worlds could be the "KH" worlds over the Disney worlds, so Twilight Town / Traverse Town / Radiant Garden / Disney Castle / The World That Never Was. With the yearly worlds being the 'most famous' Disney Worlds (i.e; Agrabah, Wonderland??) , and the quarterly being the slightly less popular (i.e; Land of Dragons??).
That's my two cents on the matter, for what it's worth.
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