Hi, I was looking to the 'Home' segment of the wiki and it isn't up to date and I guess I can't add them. So I decided to tell you that television, comics, artbooks and videogames parts have missing content. Thanks for reading, have a nice day!
Hmm, I will then. But I have an another question :D In Hydra's page there is two Malick familys in different segments of the organization. One of them is the orginal timeline Hive Cult one and this should be there. But the other is the alternate timeline one in the Post-WW2 segment. Which lists Malick brothers as alive. I think to not confuse people, alternate timeline characters shouldn't be there. It's weird to have one alive and one dead Nathaniel in there.
Hi! I am not sure about that, but then it should get "reformulated". Iron Man has indeed a High Body Count, but Alexander Pierce who only killed 4 people, compared to tens/dozens by the Punisher. The edits made today about HBC do not really count as HBC. Also, I wonder the relevance of said page.
Why does the page need to have that in the intro. That information isn't important. It's just a piece of trivia since it literally appears in a book for a second and is never mentioned again. Mjolnir is never referred to as that or called that so why put it right after it, especially when it isn't even referred to as that by Thor, the actual owner of the hammer, and a human who, form an in-universe perspective, could have mistranslated? It makes more sense to put it in trivia.
Hey, I'm sure you had a good reason for your John Mackenzie and Lilla Mackenzie edits, I was just wondering why. They wouldn't get slash pages, as their main-timeline selves don't have pages, just this reality's (assuming it is an alternate timeline, the most logical assumption).
They were mention in Season 3 E14. Besides, I didn't erase the information. Just hid it until next episode clear things out. They have main timeline counterparts though. I was just hiding it until a proper conclusion. Removing information is not what I tried to do. I avoided putting "alternate timeline" as well for said reason but things got out of hand and well pages got locked
Probably tomorrow, but a whole conclusion to this will be when more episodes arrive, maybe even when the season ends. Episodes 1-4 have followed a predestination paradox. Episode 5 seems not to, but whether they rewrote timeline or branched to a new one is something that remains to be seen.
By the way, before the team traveled back in time from 2019 to 1931, the Snap was never mentioned throughout the sixth season. Something in my mind tells me that the timeline the team is in is alternate. The Snap never took place when Thanos went in time to the original MCU timeline. I've also heard rumors that he Snap will be mentioned in the final season of the series.
We will have to see. But as of now, June 24th 2020, the agents were never in an alternate timeline when they came back from 2091. They were taken to 2091, then returned in late 2017 (MCU) stayed there and the divergence point (Battle of Chicago) happens and the MCU is completely different from the 2091 reality. Not alternate timeline. We have to assume they moved on.