Marvel Cinematic Universe - Timeline (continued)

Slyonic

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As of right now, I voted Like.

I might change my opinion when the show finishes, for example if the show ends with Variant Loki arriving in the Sacred Timeline. In that case, I think it's best to count back the days from when he arrived there.
If there's no return to the Sacred Timeline, however, I say stick with a special TVA tab.
 

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I'm very curious to see how What if...? fits into the canon, since this episode made it clear alternate timelines aren't meant to exist.
Maybe the events of Loki end with the multiverse being formed which means it makes sense that What If follows Loki and introduces us to some of these other universes. Of course, there's the other theory that the TVA is lying and there's more than one "sacred timeline".
 

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As of right now, I voted Like.

I might change my opinion when the show finishes, for example if the show ends with Variant Loki arriving in the Sacred Timeline. In that case, I think it's best to count back the days from when he arrived there.
If there's no return to the Sacred Timeline, however, I say stick with a special TVA tab.
Agreed. With Legends of Tomorrow, you can actually follow the present day of the Temporal Zone.

If we get an indication of Earth-199999's present day, then we could do the same here. Until then, it'd be a bit random to place anywhere.
 

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"Coulson is dead because Mobius didn't correct him."

No, it means its not his secret to tell. Bringing it up would cause further confusion and derail their current subject.

I am done with BS articles stretching and feeding people these headcanons as fact.
 

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"Coulson is dead because Mobius didn't correct him."

No, it means its not his secret to tell. Bringing it up would cause further confusion and derail their current subject.

I am done with BS articles stretching and feeding people these headcanons as fact.
Also, Coulson died later anyway. Why say "actually, he's not dead" when he still technically is?
 

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If the TVA exists outside of time, then it doesn't really make sense to say Coulson is alive or dead at this point anyway... Because this doesn't correspond to a particular point in the timeline
I think for simplicity's sake, let's assume that the TVA scenes are set in the "present day" of the MCU, so 2024 at some point after TFATWS and even possibly after FFH until proven otherwise.
 

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I think for simplicity's sake, let's assume that the TVA scenes are set in the "present day" of the MCU, so 2024 at some point after TFATWS and even possibly after FFH until proven otherwise.
I personally have them as “present day” 2023 since what caused them to intervene was due to the events of the 2023 Avengers. Plus I think chronologically, it makes sense for Loki to follow Endgame.
 

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I'm very curious to see how What if...? fits into the canon, since this episode made it clear alternate timelines aren't meant to exist.
I suspect it may also lead into whatever multiverse stuff happens in No Way Home.

I voted to keep the TVA stuff separate, for now. We're missing a lot of information. If we get a more concrete answer by the end, it'll be easier to move if it's not mixed in with other stuff.
 
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