Blood Lord wrote:PpGD and GT aren't connected to each other like that. They aren't on a linear timeline where GT is the future of PpGD. They are alternate timelines. This has a been pounded into the forums by BeeAre with the ban hammer. the two universes, or timelines, whatever, split off from each other a long time ago and can no longer influence each other. Jack killing Blossom outside of the GT line would be like me saying that if I killed a certain person today then 9/11 would never have happened. It's already too late to stop something like that. Killing Blossom now would do nothing to prevent the GT line from happening because whatever event caused the line to create two possibilities already happened.
Well I meant would Jack "consider" killing Blossom an option, during the process of saving the future? But you have a point about Blossom's death not counting for anything now, since the separation happened a long time a go. I've been wondering; the point of separation, could it have happened sometime during the events of the previous story? I actually had somewhat of a theory about that, but it's kind of half-ass.
Blood Lord wrote:We can assume because Jack is here that he did find some way home either back to his old time or closer to this present time. I'm guessing that since he is a school teacher now at Megaville that his mission is either accomplished and/or he can no longer time travel for reasons we don't know. Jack was in a future where he didn't exist until he showed up. Then if he went back in time, did something that disrupted the timeline into what it is now with GT and PpGD, and erased his own future.
imho, he got that rematch with Aku. One world he allowed him to live, and in the other he ended his evil.
Hmmm.... I don't know if Aku will be involved, more than likely he will. The fact that Jack is in Both Timelines (GT an PpGD) makes predicting a little hard. Like I said, I don't know if:
1) Jack has had Knowledge of the GT future this entire time, and he's just really good at hiding it, or
2) he won't know anything about this until after the bomb
does what ever it's suppose to do to start his story.
I say number 2 is more likely, since we haven't seen anything that indicates that he's aware of all of this. However I'm not completely ready to abandon that first one. On the other hand, this could explain why he's at the school in the first place, but I find this somewhat unlikely.
Cerulean wrote:I'm not sure about the second suggestion. After all, Jack really has no reason to tell anyone about the occurrences in another timeline. The PPGD timeline is already unfolding in a different matter than the timeline of GT did. This Jack (if aware of the events in GT) should already know that his timeline isn't going to undergo the events that occurred in the GT timeline. But then, that's just my opinion.
Nice job with the timeline graphs you made. I'm gonna say the second one is a safe bet, given what BR said about the separation happening a long time ago. When I said, "Will any of the PPG know about this?", I didn't mean Jack would tell them. I meant if this bomb
somehow lets Jack know about this thing with GT, could it do the same to anyone else? But if Blossom found out about what everything that happened to her in GT, I think it'd be too much for her to handle psychologically. The same could be said of Buttercup and Bubbles (maybe).