- May 2, 2014
Looks like constantly crossing over into alternate universes is causing what happens to one side having a chance of impacting their counterparts.
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Yep. The two universes are becoming closer connected, like it or not. What happens in one universe can affect the other. Now people have to worry about what their actions might do to their counterparts. Jansen's exploiting this to weaken both sides and cruise to victory, whatever that might be.Looks like constantly crossing over into alternate universes is causing what happens to one side having a chance of impacting their counterparts.
Imagine if he turned this against one of the X-Divisions. He'd take out both at once.Whatever Jansen's endgame was it sure as hell doesn't look like the two universes will remain stable for long especially if counterparts end up dying in the same way despite different locations
That would be cool. I'll try to remember that.Alright Zen I got an idea that I can see pretty much existing in the Hohenzollernverse
What if, somewhere in either the palace in Berlin or the Blacharnae palace in Constantinople, there is this huge room dedicated to the Roman Emperors (And Empress Regnants) of the past, marble busts of them and mosiac Orthodox styled pictures of them in order of when they ruled, starting from Augustus down to Otto, plus probably the HREmperors in another corner as well as the Western Roman Empire in that same corner, thus representing an unbroken line of monarchs stretching back to Octavian's time and generally a tribute to the great legacy of Rome.
Idk, just an idea I had for my alt timeline, hope you take a look at this suggestion
Cities Ratheim Nicholasburg Neustadt Pempton Große Strömung Sandigesvertiel
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Olga's not going to like this...That's such a cute closing scene. Something terrible is going to happen.
I haven't given it a name. I don't know what to call it.Random question, but if the first three phases of OTL MCU is the Infinity Saga, since those three phases were an arc about Thanos and the Infinity War story, there is this question;
what would the DCCU arc about the New Gods, Darkseid and Crisis on Infinite Earths be called?
Considering the Crisis is based around the DC multiverse, does that mean the DCCU will have references to previous DC works and continuity, like say the DC animated universe from the 90s-early 2000s, would the Justice Alliance just interact with random parallel universes? That or it could work like however the Arrowverse shows do the multiverse, I’m not sure since I’m not familiar with how the CW Arrowverse does the multiverse, just that they are having their own Crisis on Infinite Earths event.
Obviously he has a grudge against both me and Dragoon9105.Looks like Jansen's endgame has finally been uncovered, destroying one universe wasn't enough, only thing remains is the why, I wonder why he would go all through the trouble in destroying both the Anniona and Hohenzollernverse.