Hello. Sorry to ask another favor, but on Mysterio's page, it states that he was killed with his own drone's gunfire and doesn't have a "characters Killed by..." category, which if he was killed by his Drones, would make sense... except he wasn't, his illusion was. His actual death happened quickly, but after numerous rewatching of the movie, his death was caused when his bullet deflected into him. Now, I can't tell if Spider-Man caused his own bullet to deflect into him, or if he just shot the bullet into himself, but either way, it should say otherwise and list him as either "Characters Killed by Spider-Man" or "Charcaters Killed by Mysterio" and "Charactes Killed by Themselves". I'd edit it myself, except that it's protected and only admins can edit it. Could you change it?
I believe there has been some confusion. On the pages HYDRA Head 3, HYDRA Head 4, HYDRA Head 5 and HYDRA Head 6, edits were made by you, Nerdtastic and a few others stating that these HYDRA heads were alive. However, throughout Season 3 Episode 19, it is stated that the Destruction of HYDRA left only Kirk Vogel, HYDRA Head 1 and HYDRA Head 2 alive and we see the bombing itself in Season 3 Episode 17. This is why those three were the only people present when Radcliffe performed his experiment. Just wanted to clear that up.
Hi. I know you are probably not an expert on time travel but can you try to answer a few questions I have about Endgame?
1. When the Avengers use the stones in the present, they are all in their original solidified forms. But right before the Avengers returned to 2023 with the exception of Natasha Romanoff, the stones, such as Tesseract, Aether, Orb, and Scepter were all seen containing the Infinity Stones. When Steve Rogers returned the stones, how did he place the stones into their original containment units, such as the Mind Stone into the Scepter, the Power Stone into the Orb, the Space Stone into the Tesseract and the Reality Stone back into the Aether. Or did the film show the Avengers actually extracting the stones from their containment units and putting them back.
2. How did Steve liquify the Reality Stone into the Aether and place it back into Foster's body?
3. Is Red Skull in the current timeline free or is he still cursed to be the stone's guardian?
4. Since both 2018 and 2014 Thanos died, is he gone for good and does his death in the future make the events of Infinity War irrelevant, or does he still exist in an alternate timeline?
5. In the new 2014 timeline, did Ronan never meet Thanos and plot his revenge on Xandar?
6. Since Loki stole the Tesseract, does that technically mean that all the events from 2012 leading up to Infinity War, such as the Destruction of Asgard never happened?
7. Shortly before the Battle of Morag, weren't Gamora and Nebula both on Ronan's ship instead of being on Thanos's? And wasn't Korath behind Star-Lord on Morag around the time War Machine and Nebula stole the Orb?
I wrote to you to ask you about a thing. In the Red Skull's article, I have tried to add a Post-defeat section which other have contributed on, adding what kind of things happened after Johann Schmidt vanished from Earth while he was on Vormir, but Nerdtastic1221 always reverts such edits even though a similar section existed already before Schmidt was revealed to be alive in Avengers: Infinity War.
As I read on your profile, Red Skull is your favorite villain from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so I think you know what's the best for his article. But in case you think it's possible to ad a Post-defeat section, I would ask you if it's possible for you as an admin to tell Nerdtastic to stop reverting all those edits to avoid an edit war.
Hello, Uskok. Quick question here: for the snap victims, on their infoboxes, it says "victim of the Decimation; resurrected by Hulk in 2023"
There are some who think "victim of the Decimation" should be there, while others think it should just say "resurrected by Hulk in 2023"
I've asked Nerdtastic1221 about it, and he's said: "My initial thought (which should not be taken as gospel, it's just my opinion after giving it about a minutes worth of thought) is that perhaps we should have a little explanation on the cause of death only when the character has been revived... Ie Strange with Dormammu and the Decimation victims.
Again... This is just my quick thought, do not take that as confirmation of any rule as it's not my decision to make."
I was wondering if you could weigh in on this, if you don't mind?
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