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  • So you said that this wouldn’t be enough for many-worlds interpretation.

    My question is what do you think that would fall under, if not that?

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    • I'm not sure.

      The scan doesn't say that each and every possibility constantly generates a new timeline. In fact, it seems that timelines do not get created by this, but that in fact, that they just "are" like that.

      For example, according to the Many Worlds interpretation, when I make a decision with multiple possible outcomes, because of sub-atomic/quantum shenanigans, the universe gets split in multiple timelines depending on each outcome.

      In Sonic case, the creation of timelines doesn't seem to be that clear. There is a timeline where something happened, there's a timeline where it didn't, and you can freely travel through them, even in the past, or in the future.

      From what I can understand, timelines there aren't created by a split, as much as they already exist like that.

      I may very well be wrong about this, but I don't think that's how the many-worlds theory works, and I believe that there should be more proof in general that each and every possibility = a new timeline entirely.

      Though I'm definitely not the most knowledgeable person of the bunch about this.

      Regardless, I think that this multiple timelines thing would put Solaris at "at least 2-C" since we know that there are more timelines than the ones shown in '06, but we don't know how many (this is of course if we exclude the currently going on Maginary World thing).

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    • I see.

      Yeah, in Sonic’s case new timelines based on possibilities don’t get created. They already exist.

      Of course, you could blame the writing for being messy but Eggman appeared to refer to “all existing timelines” as all of existence rather than just the technical definition of timelines because later he brings up Solaris devouring dimensions and of course, the guidebook backs this up as “turning everything into nothing.” Eggman knows Maginaryworld exists and it’s part of the verse so Solaris being 2-B makes sense.

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    DMB 1 wrote:
    Assuming Dx2 demons are like the main timelines demons, Dante, V and Nero would still be 2-A by defeating Beelzebub and Mother Harlot after absorbing very other seminars soul (with the protagonistas help, of course). Another difficult thing is to figure out when all of those "side stories" actually take place between the beginning and the main story models ending (or even after it).

    Well the side story of Kangaroo Boxer (Jian Tsu) starts before the main events and here he fought of an demon with his bare hands. Also it concludes during the main story. Maybe that answers your questions

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    • Yeah, I know that since I've pretty much awoken all of the characters.

      Boxer defeating an Attis with his bare hands is something that could suggest that demons are portrayed differently from the rest of the series. And incorporeal, abstract entity defeated by what appears to be a peak human. And this was before he even joined the Dx2. He was no Demon Slayer, and it's actually mentioned throughout the game that humans cannot use/learn demons skills.

      And the funny thing is that something like this happens again when he blocks/dodges (can't remember) and attack from Jeanne in the Bayonetta storyline. Also when in the Chaotic Final Route, the protagonist uses a claw of one of his demons to stab Einherjar.

      Though the first could be a plot-hole since thanks to their quantum abilities, demons cannot be seen by humans, which is why the Dx2 app is a thing in the first place.

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  • How canon do we consider Way of the Departed? Nadakhan has some good statements there

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    • There isn’t actually any reason to assume the novels aren’t canon after reading them. They fit in nicely with the plot and forshadowed Kai’s father being a Elemental Master back in 2011 to some degree.

      The theatrical show is directly alluded to in the mural, btw, hence why the wiki calls it canon.

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    • Also, I assume this is what you needed?

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  • Any thoughts on this?

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  • https://vsbattles.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:2744134

    It be helpful if you could join in.

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  • thank you

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  • How to get hated by Kal, part 1

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    Lesson 2 to 100 is insulting Italian Food

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  • This was from a thread a month ago that just suddenly got closed off. You were one of the people actually arguing the topic so I thought maybe you could give some insight?

    https://vsbattles.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:2701175

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