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  • Hello Thomas I'm agent Bonnie Barstowe from shield and how ru 

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    08:18, April 13, 2018
  • Seeing as you are one of the main contributors to the timeline pages, would you mind adding the events from Rewind from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. onto it, as it ends when Season 4 ended and doesn't have Fitz's story on their. I would, but I tried and saw that it was way to complicated and structured for me to mess up.

    Thanks either way...

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    • I doubt that TomasDerksen has the time, though of course, I do not wish to speak for him, but he needn't be burdened with it. Personally, I was planning on writing it up fully this Sunday, unless someone wishes to do it first. However, if you are interested in when it all takes place, you can seen the draft notes version here.

      Timeline users are working hard to catch up on writing up all of the content that has been released in recent months, there's a lot of it. It should be all up-to-date by the time Black Panther releases.

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    • That's great, and I was in no way trying to rush anyone. I was just curious about it, as I only asked TomasDerksen because he's the only person I know for sure tends to the Timeline page. And I think it's great what you guys have accomplished on the timeline page, especially seeing as it is not easy pin pointing every moment in every movie/show (cough cough Doctor Strange). Thanks anyway.

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    • It is always good to see that people check and notice when things are missing, and aslong as they dont "order" people to add, but asking and giving a reason why they wont do it themself I dont mind them sending messages to other orders. It has been long since I have worked on the timeline, especially since I dont have as much time to rewatch episodes as I used to do. (Fulltime job, and besides that one also a part time job and an internship upcoming). Most of the work recently has been done by users like BEJT, who has been doing an awesome job!

      Which is also the reason, I geuss, I have been stripped of my admin rank. Ofc understandable. Make space for active users to become admins.

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  • Thanks for the message. Please understand that I would never insult another user at all. All I was just asking was for some help incase if I got stuck.

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  • Hi there :)Please given your time and opportunity, check the Power section of the characters above. Me and a few others added some powers based on what we saw in the series, but I am uncertain of them being 100% right. It's mainly durablity, strength and (in case of Lockjaw) intelligence.

    Could you please take a look at them and share your ideas if they indeed seem to be true canon or just fan fiction? 

    Thanks again

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  • Do you have any objections to this? It fixes the major inconsistency with the Agent Carter one-shot.

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    • BEJT wrote:

      TomasDerksen wrote: I think it should stay after the show. It makes the most sence.

      Sorry to bring this up again but I'm very uncomfortable with the current placement, and I don't see how it makes any sense.

      • If the one-shot is after the show, why does Peggy recall it in Season 1, Episode 1? She recalls her adventures, and exact footage is shown of the one-shot. It may be a montage of her kicking ass, but that doesn't change the fact that she is recalling it, and it would be as weird as Tony recalling the Battle of New York in Iron Man 2.
      • If the one-shot is after the show, where is Sousa? Why is there no reference to him?
      • If the one-shot is after the show, then why is she still mourning Steve, when the arc of Season 1 culminates in her moving on from her mourning?
      • If the one-shot is a couple of years after Season 1, then why did Markus and McFeely say it is at the same time as Season 1?
      • If the one-shot is later than summer 1947, then why does it specifically show, on-screen, that it is "one year later" after March 1945?
      • If the one-shot is later than summer 1947, then why does it specifically show that it is the day after "03:14:1946"?

      Things that do make sense about it being set in March 1946:

      • Peggy recalls the one-shot's events it in Season 1, Episode 1.
      • Sousa is not around.
      • Peggy is still mourning Steve in the one-shot in March 1946, then the arc of Season 1 culminates in her moving on from her mourning in May 1946.
      • Markus and McFeely say it is at the same time as Season 1, both in spring 1946.
      • The one-shot shows, on-screen, that it is "one year later" after March 1945 - matching perfectly with it being March 1946.
      • The one-shot shows specifically that it is the day after "03:14:1946", matching perfectly with it being a year after March 1945.
      • You may feel that it doesn't make sense that S.H.I.E.L.D. is seemingly founded in the one-shot, but isn't yet founded in the show, but the premiere's dialogue matches perfectly to explain it - quite possibly intentionally.
        • March 15-16, 1946 - The events of the One-Shot. "One year later" after March 1945 and shows "03:14:1946" as yesterday. Peggy is still grieving Steve. Howard is shown on holiday. In April 1946, in Episode 1, Howard says, "At least, I could until last month... I was in Monaco with a lovely tax advisor. When I got back, I found a hole under my vault, all the way to the sewer. Somebody cleaned me out. A couple of weeks later, my bad babies They start turning up on the black market." This holiday in the one-shot is the Monaco holiday he is referring to, and then he gets back to team up with Peggy to form S.H.I.E.L.D., but discovers he has been cleaned out, and that puts the plans on hold. There is no mention of Phillips being involved at this point either. Peggy has to return to the S.S.R.
        • March 18, 1946 - Howard gets back and discovers he has been cleaned out. Cancels plans with Peggy without leaving a reason. Peggy has to return to the S.S.R.
        • Late March 1946 - Peggy begins working for Dooley, and meets Daniel Sousa, who would become a big part of her life.
        • April 3, 1946 - Howard's things start showing up on the black market.
        • April 11, 1946 - Howard begins his trial.
        • April 14, 1946 - Peggy recalls the events of a month ago, when she fought the men in the one-shot. Howard and Peggy reunite. Peggy hasn't seen him in a while and wants to know what happened last month.
        • May 9, 1946 - Peggy decides to move on from Steve.

      You’re absolutely correct BEJT! It only makes sense if the One-Shot of Agent Carter is set before Season 1 of the series Agent Carter, based purely on the dates alone.

      We know Captain America crashed into the ice around Febuary 1945, “one year later” as stated by the One-Shot would bring that moment to Feb/Mar 1946. In the short, she says to Agent Flynn its been three months here and I still haven’t been on my “first” mission.

      In the first scene of Agent Carter (S1:E1) we see Peggy making Tea and reading a newspaper dated April 21, 1946. After her clear return to the SSR after Howard Stark becomes a target of conspiracy and SHIELD is put on a slight hiatus, she is in a boardroom with her colleagues that are still treating her like a pitiful woman that doesn’t know anything. In the next scene, however, we can see Peggy is now reading a newspaper at the diner where Angie works which is dated June 24, 1946. The events of season 1 take place over a period of one to two months shortly after that we know Sousa moves out to LA, six months later Peggy arrives in LA and now brings it to approximately Mar/April 1947.

      On another note Stark was clearly in Europe in the One-Shot as he mentioned that on the show (again S1:E1) but a bigger give away is Dum Dum’s appearance in the One-Shot because he never left Europe after the war; he complained about the lack of Bourbon in Europe and was the main reason he was so happy to see Peggy implying that it’s been years since he was able to get one.

      That’s my theory but no other allocation of the timeline would make sense.

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    • So why is it not changed on the Timeline page? It still says the one shot is after but it is clearly before. It even is said on other pages on the wiki. So why is it not changed?

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  • Can you update the home page posters to the revealed ones (i.e. Thor, Black Panther and Ant-Man and Wasp)

    -Thanks

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  • Hi Tomas, I'm having a lot of trouble uploading images in the wiki. Something is wrong. Its very slow, and I don't know why. Also, I had two images that were the same. It was a mistake. I'm trying to delete the second image, but something is wrong.

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  • Why did you delete the logo images from the movie/show galleries?

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  • Tomasderksen, Niquel2d2 has add five low quality images. remember it was illegal to add them?

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  • We asked Shabook a few days back about this, but he's a very busy admin and doesn't have time for the timeline theorizing.

    We did, however, believe that it was worth asking an admin out of courtesy, and you make the most sense, if this is OK, as it is a reasonably significant edit.

    A full review of every piece of evidence for the timeline of Pilot up to Avengers: Age of Ultron has been done. It makes everything fit very comfortably and nicely, and it serves similar to the post-Dd2-and-LC1 2015 edit as a "one final big edit of dates to nail them down pretty conclusively and finally." It also puts some bigger gaps in the latter half of AoS2, as previously requested. But yeah, it means some shifts of between a few days and three months for some dates, but it is thorough and truly solid and secure. The proposition is here: Thread:193917#181

    I've seen on your wall that you felt these should probably stay put. I would ask that you do have a look at the evidence on the proposition though. If we are allowed to make this improvement, that would be really great for the timeline, especially ahead of Guardians 2 being added to 2014, making sure the events are all correctly ordered and that the page is at its most accurate.

    The edits to the pages are ready to go, with full references, if it is allowed to go ahead.

    Thank you for your time.

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    • I am sorry BEJT, you can move episodes around all you want, but the only thing given to us by marvel it self will not be ignored. Battle of the triskelion stays on April 4. If we start moving around dates like those, the timeline will be more fanon then it already is, and then it would just be best to remove it. You are being given a lot of liberties as it is.

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    • TomasDerksen wrote: I am sorry BEJT, you can move episodes around all you want, but the only thing given to us by marvel it self will not be ignored. Battle of the triskelion stays on April 4. If we start moving around dates like those, the timeline will be more fanon then it already is, and then it would just be best to remove it. You are being given a lot of liberties as it is.

      '*Sigh* OK, well thanks for being fair about it. If you ever change your mind, let us know.

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