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Plot

The main storyline of this idea of one major comic is the discovery of the Multiverse and the range of Dimensions. The plot is based around an amount of original characters I have created and will not mention due to the openness of this wiki. The set up of dimensions is as follows:

  1. Length
  2. Length And Width
  3. Length, Width, And Depth
  4. Time- Time is NOT the dimension itself, but it is only a direction in the 4th Dimension one can go in, either forward or backward.
  5. A Split In Time/ The Infinite Possibilities Of Another Future/ Probability Space
  6. Space That Is Traveled Through To Get From Our Universe To An Alternate Universe
  7. Beta Multiverse- All of the infinite amount of alternate universes and created timelines in an area of space for our universe, otherwise known as a collection of alternate universes and timelines aside from our own universe.
  8. Alpha Multiverse/ Neighboring Universe- A different multiverse with a different combination of infinite universes. While we live in our own Multiverse, there is another Multiverse that is representative of Back to the Future with its own set of separate and sometimes different quantum physics. This is otherwise known as a universe that is physically neighboring our own universe with its own probability space. For example, Marvel's Cinematic Universe neighbors ours while an infinite amount of alternate universes have Spider-Man on the Avengers.
  9. Space That Contains Neighboring Universes/ The Multiverse
  10. Alternate Multiverse- Infinite amount of multiverses separate from ours with different combinations of alternate universes. One multiverse's universes for example can have no contact with each other while an alternate multiverse's universes do have contact with one another.
  11. The Entire Multiverse- Space containing everything below the Soul Dimension.
  12. Soul Dimension- Space traveled to get to After-Life dimensions.
  13. After-Life Dimension- Heavens, Hells, etc.
  14. Alternate After-Life Dimension- Heavens containing your alternate selves from all alternate universes and alternate timelines.
  15. Power Dimension- The one dimension where gods watch over their lower counterparts and none of them have an alternate self. For example, there is an infinite amount of Zeus gods from the God of War series since they are influencing their universes constantly. However, in this dimension, there is only one Zeus for this particular version of Greek Mythology.
  16. Shall not be revealed to this wiki.  It's a secret for me, myself, and I!  ;D

Now quantum physics appears in many plots we see today, and they either share the same rules or have an entirely different setup. The main system of quantum physics within this plot explains that:

  1. The difference between an Alternate Universe and an Alternate Timeline is that an Alternate Universe exists within a universe's infinite space, meaning that there are infinite Alternate Universes and you can only get there with a teleporter of some kind, not even by flying a rocket to it. For example, let's say that there is one universe where you study for a test and an alternate universe where you don't. You cannot get to that universe by simply flying a rocket throughout space, you need a very complex teleportation device. And the theory of wormholes won't show up in this plot- at least for now. An Alternate Timeline has to be created by someone by traveling to the past. An Alternate Timeline can totally resemble an Alternate Universe, but you physically create a parallel universe that you can physically travel to.
  2. When you travel back in time, you don't change the events of history, but instead create an Alternate Timeline. Even if you travel to the past and stay away from everybody, the minute you step foot in the past you create an Alternate Timeline because there weren't two of you in the past, but since you traveled back in time, there are now.
  3. If you want to make your life better by changing the events in time, you make your past self have a better life and when you return to your own timeline nothing has changed. The only way you can have that life is if you travel to the Alternate Timeline or stay in the Alternate Timeline to see the result, or if you kill your alternate self, forget about your own home timeline, and live the life that he/she would have.
  4. Each universe has a center person or multiple center people and the whole outcome of that universe depends on its center(s). For example, Nathan Drake from the Uncharted series is the center of his universe, which would probably be called The Uncharted Universe.
  5. Alternate selves can be found in Alternate Universes, but not necessarily in physical universes within your Multiverse. For example, there doesn't necessarily have to be an alternate self of Superman in the Marvel Comics Universe, but there could. Alternate Selves can be found within a universe's infinite space besides his/her/its own universe.
  6. There can be alternate versions of gods, but they are only created because of someone's new interpretation of that god/entity/devil. For example, Marvel Comics' version of Thor can exist along side the actual Norse God Thor, even along with the Scandinavian God Thor.
  7. Other versions of Quantum Physics exist in this plot for unexplained reasons and is only known why in the end of this comic/novel/epic. Only I know the end and none of you have to worry about making them fit all together.
  8. Universes can exist together side by side forming their own small multiverse within the Multiverse itself. For example, Disney movies each have their own universe, but they all exist within the Disney Multiverse.
  9. There are infinite alternate versions of gods in the Alternate Afterlife Dimension.  For example, no only is there two alternates of Thor for Marvel Comics and the Norse Mythology, but there is an infinite amount of there alternate selves to watch over their own versions of Asgard.

If you read all of that, you are confused and it would be remarkable if you weren't. Now you know that it won't be a problem if two separate and different Santa Claus alternates show up in the story. Same goes for Batman from DC Comics and Batman from the Dark Knight Trilogy of movies.  There are limitless scenarios such as the ones stated, and I'm leaving it up to you whether it counts or not, and if it does to distinguish between the multiple versions of characters and put them in their respective universes.

Contributing To This Wiki

All of you as wiki contributors can contribute to this wiki by introducing universes from video games, movies, books, comics, and ideas from yourselves that I am not familiar with, such as The Bleach Universe, The Assassin's Creed Universe, even The Bionicle Universe or The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe. The format I'll be hoping for will state the universe, simply by placing the franchise in front of it or if you have a better idea. After that you will have categories to separate characters (Take to note that simply doing villains and heroes won't work because of the 9 different alignments). Under those will be pictures of characters within that universe, their occupation, and if they are a center person (Centers can also be villains). I'm okay with different segments being added as well, such as if you have the subtitle "The Avengers" under Marvel Comics Heroes. The outline will be down below. Let's make this happen guys!

EDIT:

Obviously characters can be more complex than "good" and "bad," but if there is no other efficient/clever way to categorize these characters, then by all means list them as "heroes" and "villains."  Also, just because a character is evil in his/her franchise, won't necesarily mean that they stay that way in this plotline.  An example of this is Larxene from Kingdom Hearts.  Any character's moral level is subject to change, including the scenarios of being undecided and switching sides multiple times.

Marvel Multiverse

Marvel's The Avengers Cinematic Universe

Iron Man Centered Characters

The Hulk Centered Characters

Thor Centered Characters

Captain America Centered Characters

Phase One Conflict Characters

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Characters

Spider-Man Movie Universe

Protagonists

Antagonists

X-Men Movie Universe

60's

X-Men
Hellfire Club
Brotherhood
Other

70's

X-Men
Team X
Other

Days of Future Past

2000's

X-Men
Brotherhood
Other

Amazing Spider-Man Movie Universe

Protagonists

Kingdom Hearts Universe

Keyblade Wielders

Final Fantasy Characters

Disney Characters

Organization XIII

Call Of Duty Multiverse

Modern Warfare Universe

Task Force 141

Task Force 141 Enemies

Treyarch War Universe

Vietnam War Era

SOG (Studies and Observation Group)
CIA
Enemies

Future Era

Zombies Universe

Mob of the Dead

Nacht der Untoten

Verruckt

Shi no Numa

Der Riese

Kino der Toten

Five

Ascension

Call of the Dead

Shangri La

Moon

Nuketown

Green Run

Die Rise

Middle Earth Universe

The Fellowship

DC Multiverse

Arkham Universe

Heroes

Villains

Cartoon Network Multiverse

The Land of Ooo Universe

Heroes

Villains

Equestrian Universe

Generation 4

Mane 6

Major Characters

Background Characters (No Original Characters Nor Prior Generation Conversions)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Multiverse

Nickelodeon Universe

Heroes

TMNT Universe

Heroes

Universe Of Witchcraft And Wizardry

Heroes

Villains

The Universe Of Panem

Tributes

Matoran Universe

Generation 1

Toa Mata

Generation 2

Toa Nuva

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