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7th Jan '18 8:39:09 PM BeastC
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** [[ThirtyRock The church had found yet another possible reincarnation of V Mike Smith, but unfortunately, it belonged to an utterly uncouth, loud, idiotic and inane EGOT winner. The church has gone on record denying Tracey Jordan had ever stepped foot in the church's recruitment centre]].

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** [[ThirtyRock [[Series/ThirtyRock The church had found yet another possible reincarnation of V Mike Smith, but unfortunately, it belonged to an utterly uncouth, loud, idiotic and inane EGOT winner. The church has gone on record denying Tracey Jordan had ever stepped foot in the church's recruitment centre]].
7th Jan '18 7:47:10 PM Derpyhooves1
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** [[ThirtyRock The church had found yet another possible reincarnation of V Mike Smith, but unfortunately, it belonged to an utterly uncouth, loud, idiotic and inane EGOT winner. The church has gone on record denying Tracey Jordan had ever stepped foot in the church's recruitment centre]].
6th Jan '18 10:37:00 PM nombretomado
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Knowing what we know about his/her personality, is it really much of a stretch to picture him/her owning a strip club between tours in the Army? The cast of ''The Wire'' is already a confirmed part of the ''League'' universe (aside from JohnMunch and his family, Stringer Bell and Slim Charles appear in a street scene in ''2009'', and there's a "Marlon Little" mentioned in "Minions of the Moon" who may be Omar's father). And ''The Wire'' just so happens to include a supporting character who's actually named "Orlando". Coincidence?

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Knowing what we know about his/her personality, is it really much of a stretch to picture him/her owning a strip club between tours in the Army? The cast of ''The Wire'' is already a confirmed part of the ''League'' universe (aside from JohnMunch JustForFun/JohnMunch and his family, Stringer Bell and Slim Charles appear in a street scene in ''2009'', and there's a "Marlon Little" mentioned in "Minions of the Moon" who may be Omar's father). And ''The Wire'' just so happens to include a supporting character who's actually named "Orlando". Coincidence?
3rd Jan '18 3:02:04 AM Cryoclaste
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*** [[SuperMario No!]]

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*** [[SuperMario [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros No!]]
3rd Jan '18 12:05:14 AM BiggerJ
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* And double-Jossed by the nimal-people of Megapatagonia, including Sirapian Musketeer [[WesternAnimation/DogtanianAndTheThreeMuskehounds Dogtanian]].

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* And double-Jossed by the nimal-people animal-people of Megapatagonia, including Sirapian Musketeer [[WesternAnimation/DogtanianAndTheThreeMuskehounds Dogtanian]].
3rd Jan '18 12:04:50 AM BiggerJ
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* And double-Jossed by the nimal-people of Megapatagonia, including Sirapian Musketeer [[WesternAnimation/DogtanianAndTheThreeMuskehounds Dogtanian]].
22nd Dec '17 5:42:49 PM Master_N
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**This was partially prompted by an unsolved murder that occurred in the 1980's at [[VideoGame/YandereSimulator Akademi High School.]]
16th Dec '17 6:00:18 PM BeastC
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* The ComicBook/FantasticFour eventually became villains once they realized that their powers, ingenuity, and access to various multiversal technology and weapons made them virtually unstoppable. They cured their mortal enemy, [[ComicBook/DoctorDoom Victor von Doom]], of his disfigurement and removed key memories from his mind so as to keep him out of their way. An amnesiac von Doom is now only limited to his ability subtract heat and founds an archaeological organization known as ComicBook/{{Planetary}}. Once he regained his memories, a now benevolent von Doom rid the world of the Four and undid their murders of some of Earth's greatest heroes, such as the murder of an infant [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kal-El]], the kidnapping and dissection of [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Abin Sur]], and the genocide of the [[Franchise/WonderWoman Amazons on Paradise Island]]. Von Doom eventually retired from his work in Planetary and adopted the identity of his former enemy, ComicBook/IronMan. Reed Richards, having renamed himself [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel the Maker]] during these events, escaped his fate by swapping out himself with an alternate version at the last minute and [[WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty now goes on adventures around the multiverse with a version of a potential grandson while dodging attention from the Council of Reeds.]]
16th Dec '17 2:50:34 PM nombretomado
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** [[EmpireEarth Grigor Stoyanovich]], Makarov's protege who took over the Ultranationalist Party after his death, ultimately leading the country into becoming "Novaya Russia" and embarking on conquest

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** [[EmpireEarth [[VideoGame/EmpireEarth Grigor Stoyanovich]], Makarov's protege who took over the Ultranationalist Party after his death, ultimately leading the country into becoming "Novaya Russia" and embarking on conquest
14th Dec '17 8:46:23 PM Master_N
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* There are a few [[AlternateReality alternate timelines]] that [[WebOriginal/SCPFoundation certain organizations]] have discovered where [[GodwinsLawOfTimeTravel Hynkel won World War II.]] In one of these timelines, Hynkel [[Creator/DaveBrin created replicas of the Norse pantheon]] and [[VideoGame/WolfensteinTheNewOrder developed advanced robotics technology.]] These advances allowed for them to vanquish the Allies. The Nazis next embarked on a Cold War struggle with Japan, which [[TheBadGuyWins ended with their triumph]]in a brief war. However, overstretched forces and resistance efforts would compel Germany to [[Anime/JinRohTheWolfBrigade withdraw their troops from Japan.]] The Nazis also found themselves vexed by their inability to hunt down [[Literature/TheManInTheHighCastle dissident author]] and [[Television/TheManInTheHighCastle filmmaker Hawthorne Abdensen,]] whose works continued to inspire resistance to the Reich. Ultimately, the Reich's leadership was taken over by [[ComicBook/RedSkull Johann Schmidt]], who sought to restore global control by summoning an EldrichAbombination that ultimately [[Literature/TheLaundryFiles doomed this timeline's entire universe.]]

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* There are a few [[AlternateReality alternate timelines]] that [[WebOriginal/SCPFoundation certain organizations]] have discovered where [[GodwinsLawOfTimeTravel Hynkel won World War II.]] In one of these timelines, Hynkel [[Creator/DaveBrin [[Creator/DavidBrin created replicas of the Norse pantheon]] and [[VideoGame/WolfensteinTheNewOrder developed advanced robotics technology.]] These advances allowed for them to vanquish the Allies. The Nazis next embarked on a Cold War struggle with Japan, which [[TheBadGuyWins ended with their triumph]]in a brief war. However, overstretched forces and resistance efforts would compel Germany to [[Anime/JinRohTheWolfBrigade withdraw their troops from Japan.]] The Nazis also found themselves vexed by their inability to hunt down [[Literature/TheManInTheHighCastle dissident author]] and [[Television/TheManInTheHighCastle filmmaker Hawthorne Abdensen,]] whose works continued to inspire resistance to the Reich. Ultimately, the Reich's leadership was taken over by [[ComicBook/RedSkull Johann Schmidt]], who sought to restore global control by summoning an EldrichAbombination EldritchAbombination that ultimately [[Literature/TheLaundryFiles doomed this timeline's entire universe.]]
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