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Chronal resiliency In chronophysics (q.v.), the tendency of a timeline to revert to the same general flow of events even though time travellers are tampering with it. The traditional example is “if you murder Hitler, then some other person simply takes his place and little really changes...

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Given the timeline and Thundra’s strategies, she seems very long-lived. She’s not immortal though, as she knew that she would eventually be unable to safely bear a child, then become old and die. Still, the passage of 20 years left no visible trace on her face and body, though...

(Johnny Storm) (Gisted profile)
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Fantastic’s leadership, the Human Torch, Invisible Woman and the Thing continue to challenge the unknown as the greatest team of adventurers ever assembled: the Fantastic Four. Following the freak accident that granted him his powers, Johnny and his sister attempted to return to their quiet...

(Jack Kirby's original version)
OMAC lives... so that man may live!
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Forest was running the core of the project. That meant building and launching the most sophisticated satellite to ever exist, named Brother Eye. The incredible technology wielded by this orbital AI was sufficient to provide an agent with both fantastic power and orbital support. In...

(Hank Henshaw)
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(The Excalibur crew’s story was an obvious analogue of the Fantastic Four’s origins, albeit with a much darker outcome. For further comparisons, see the Superman/ Fantastic Four timelines on writeups.org.) Pure Energy Unknown to anyone at the time,...

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Context This is an unfinished timeline I developed for my combined Marvel-DC campaign. Since my players are mostly “beer and pretzels” types who don’t really care about such trivia, I never got around to finishing it. Besides the “amalgam”  aspect, the main...

(Profile #2 - Year One (modern version))
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Under the influence of criminal conspiracy The 100, it would stay a ghetto for decades, until at least the 2000s. This situation was worsened by the magical influence of the 100, which had the additional effect of making Superman oddly underpowered in this neighbourhood. The 100 made Suicide...

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Introduction The key ideas behind this campaign timeline are : Idea #1 Everyone inhabits the same universe, regardless of who publishes the mainstream continuity versions of them. Characters are constantly interacting in far more natural and logical ways than their artificial segregation...

(Gregor Nagy)
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This setting merges various published universes (including DC and Marvel) to build a detailed timeline and continuity. I found the character interesting and felt that there was potential to expand on it. I also had a need for some minor characters with a semi-villainous history to fill out the...

(May "Mayday" Parker) (Profile #1 - Early)
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The MC2 continuity The Marvel Comics 2 (MC2) imprint depicted an alternate future of the Marvel Universe. This timeline (Earth-982) diverges from Earth-616 in 1998, when the comics launched. It is set 15-to-20 years after 1998. During this time, characters capable of ageing have aged...