History WMG / SherlockHolmesInTheTwentySecondCentury

23rd Jun '16 6:43:57 PM SuperLuigu
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[[WMG: This Holmes had a significantly different career than the one in "the canon".]]
Many of the cases Holmes tackles in the future are very similar to the ones depicted in the original stories, yet he never mentions this or gives off any indication that they are familiar.
Even writing off his memory as being corroded by being dead for 200 years, this doesn't account for Future!Watson (who gained this identity by absorbing the original Watson's journals) being completely surprised by the cases as well.
Impossible eliminated, what remains is the conclusion stated above: outside of some universal constants (Watson, Lestrade, Moriarty, Reichenbach Falls, etc.), the case history of this Sherlock Holmes is far different from the Doyle Holmes.
Eyes and Brains.
5th Nov '13 11:42:56 PM HelloLamppost
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}'''s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. This explains why has so little emotional difficulty fitting in to the new world. Using his future knowledge to arrange an early revival may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.

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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}'''s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. This explains why has so little emotional difficulty fitting in to the new world. Using his future knowledge to arrange an early revival may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe may even an be her ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.
29th Oct '13 2:56:23 PM MarkLungo
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. This explains why has so little emotional difficulty fitting in to the new world. Using his future knowledge to arrange an early revival may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.

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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}'''s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. This explains why has so little emotional difficulty fitting in to the new world. Using his future knowledge to arrange an early revival may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.point.
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29th Oct '13 2:55:59 PM MarkLungo
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[[WMG: The ''{{Bravestarr}}'' episode is in canon with this series.]]

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[[WMG: The ''{{Bravestarr}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}'' episode is in canon with this series.]]
29th Aug '13 7:58:54 PM hellolmappost
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.

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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing This explains why has so little emotional difficulty fitting in to the new world. Using his future knowledge to arrange an early revival may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.
29th Aug '13 7:58:54 PM hellolmappost
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. This explains why has so little emotional difficulty fitting in to the new world. Using his future knowledge to arrange an early revival may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.

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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. This explains why has so little emotional difficulty fitting in to the new world. Using his future knowledge to arrange an early revival may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded at some point.
29th Aug '13 7:56:02 PM hellolmappost
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably Holmes's electrical powers faded in time.

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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably Presumably, Holmes's electrical powers faded in time.at some point.
29th Aug '13 7:55:33 PM hellolmappost
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and maybe even an ancestor. Presumably Holmes's electrical powers faded in time.

to:

Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and (if the timelines do not diverge) maybe even an ancestor. Presumably Holmes's electrical powers faded in time.
29th Aug '13 7:54:54 PM hellolmappost
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and maybe even an ancestor.

to:

Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and maybe even an ancestor. Presumably Holmes's electrical powers faded in time.
29th Aug '13 7:53:46 PM hellolmappost
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Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his have been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and maybe even an ancestor.

to:

Holmes actually ''did'' go through the time warp that brought him to {{Bravestarr}}'s 23rd century, and he had adventures there, but he finally found a way to return home to the 19th century, where he lived out the rest of his life. However, because he now knew the technology would one day exist to revive him (after all, it had worked for Moriarty), he made the bizarre-seeming arrangements to have his body preserved in honey. Sure enough, he got revived in the 22nd century. Doing so may have produced a divergent timeline, since the 23rd century characters appeared to have no knowledge of his have having been around in the 22nd. Officer Beth Lestrade is probably related to Inspector Kitty Lestrade from the 23rd century, and maybe even an ancestor.
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