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17th May '16 9:21:57 PM fusilcontrafusil
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Octavius would be pretty young, around 13 years old. Maybe for a loose satire of Millenials just as Justforkix was of Baby Boomers?

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Octavius would be pretty young, around 13 years old.old as of 50 BC (ComicBookTime aside). Maybe for a loose satire of Millenials just as Justforkix was of Baby Boomers?
17th May '16 9:20:58 PM fusilcontrafusil
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Asterix would pass down his blond hair, short stature, intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness to his 17th century descendant.

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Asterix would pass down his blond hair, short stature, intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness to his 17th century descendant.descendant.

[[WMG: Future stories will introduce Mark Antony and [[UsefulNotes/{{Augustus}} Octavius]].]]
Octavius would be pretty young, around 13 years old. Maybe for a loose satire of Millenials just as Justforkix was of Baby Boomers?
20th Feb '16 6:56:36 AM Furienna
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[[WMG: Asterix is an ancient ancestor of WesternAnimation/AlbertTheFifthMusketeer]]
Asterix would pass down his blond hair, short stature and enormous conk, as well as his intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness, to his 17th century descendant.

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[[WMG: Asterix is an ancient ancestor of WesternAnimation/AlbertTheFifthMusketeer]]
Asterix would pass down his blond hair, short stature and enormous conk, as well as his stature, intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness, sneekiness to his 17th century descendant.
19th Feb '16 3:38:35 PM Furienna
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[[WMG: Asterix is the ancestor of WesternAnimation/AlbertTheFifthMusketeer]]

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[[WMG: Asterix is the an ancient ancestor of WesternAnimation/AlbertTheFifthMusketeer]]
19th Feb '16 3:34:48 PM Furienna
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Asterix passed down his blond hair, short stature and enormous conk, as well as his intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness, to his 17th century descendant.

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Asterix passed would pass down his blond hair, short stature and enormous conk, as well as his intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness, to his 17th century descendant.
19th Feb '16 7:33:30 AM Furienna
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Albert passed down his blond hair, short stature and enormous conk, as well as his intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness, to his 17th century descendant.

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Albert Asterix passed down his blond hair, short stature and enormous conk, as well as his intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness, to his 17th century descendant.
19th Feb '16 7:32:45 AM Furienna
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[[WMG: Asterix is the ancestor of WesternAnimation/AlbertTheFifthMusketeer]]
Albert passed down his blond hair, short stature and enormous conk, as well as his intelligence, bravery, ingenuity, suaveness and sneekiness, to his 17th century descendant.
5th Dec '15 3:21:29 PM DrDougsh
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\n** There's actually a lot of textual evidence to support this -- for one thing, the series frequently refers to the Roman "Empire", even though historically they weren't technically an empire until after Caesar's death. This would suggest that in this timeline, Caesar has successfully become king/emperor rather than being thwarted by his republican opponents. Furthermore, "Asterix and Son" ends with Caesar banishing Brutus to upper Germania after discovering how he plotted to kill his son -- it's difficult to see how this Brutus could ever get Caesar to trust him again, let alone get close enough to kill him. "Asterix and Son" also implies that Caesarion his Caesar's acknowledged son, and the postscriptum that refers to his later rule over Egypt conspicuously refrains from mentioning Caesarion's execution by Augustus in his late teens. Indeed, Augustus/Octavius is conspicuously missing from the series, which combined with the former might indicate that in the world of Asterix, Caesarion is Caesar's designated successor rather than Augustus -- which would certainly lead to a potentially very different history of Rome.



Don't know fear? Put Wōdanaz in Tīwaz' place in the pantheon (as the rest of the Germanic peoples wouldn't do for a few centuries yet)? Sounds plenty eccentric to me. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nice Job Breaking It, Asterix, Obelix, and Getafix]].

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Don't know fear? Put Wōdanaz in Tīwaz' place in the pantheon (as the rest of the Germanic peoples wouldn't do for a few centuries yet)? Sounds plenty eccentric to me. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nice Job Breaking It, Asterix, Obelix, and Getafix]].
25th Aug '15 1:17:30 AM smalltime
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** Joss Jossed: ''The Twelve Tasks of Asterix'' is not canon.
31st Jul '15 11:51:15 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* Jossed: there is already a final story, the movie "The 12 Works of Asterix", which is supposed to be the end of the series and ends with a confirmation of the previous AU theory since it ends with Cæsar quitting his position, putting Astérix in charge of the Roman empire, and going to live in a luxes villa with Cleopatra for the rest of his life. Your idea would make an awesome fanfic, though.
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