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Parallel Worlds: Earth Prime
Earth Prime
Plot:
A look into the world inhabited by Superboy Prime until it was destroyed by the Anti-Monitor
Episode 1: Intro to Superboy Prime
First appearances: Superboy Prime
A young Clark Kent finds out he has super powers.
Villains: (none)
Episode 2: Destruction Inc.
First appearances: Destruction Inc.
Young Superboy takes on a group of arsonists who want to blow up an offshore oil drill
Villains: Destruction Inc.
Episode 3: Luthor’s Challenge part 1
First appearances: Lex Luthor
Superboy is challenged by his most intelligent adversary of all.
Villains: Lex Luthor
Episode 4: Luthor’s Challenge part 2
Last appearance of Destruction Inc.
Superboy is forced to battle Destruction Inc. again thanks to Lex Luthor
Villains: Lex Luthor, Destruction Inc.
Episode 5: Luthor’s Challenge part 3
Last appearance of Lex Luthor
Only appearance of Bizarro
Superboy and Lex Luthor have their final showdown, which comes with a twist.
Villains: Lex Luthor, Bizarro
Episode 6: Earth P
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Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess
Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess
Plot:
The origins of Wonder Woman and her subsequent battles following the events of Justice League Shadows Fall; the first five episodes take place during the early days alongside Batman Dark Knight and Superman Man of Steel
Episode 1: Training days part 1
First appearances: Wonder Woman, Hippolyta, Mala, Philippus, Olympians
A larger story of how Wonder Woman began her training among the Amazon race.
Villains: (none)
Episode 2: Training days part 2
Second appearance of Hippolyta
Having achieved the title of Amazon Princess, Wonder Woman sets out on her own.
Villains: (none)
Episode 3: The Stranded Soldier
First appearances: Steve Trevor, Circe
Third appearance of Hippolyta
Wonder Woman finds a soldier stranded near the Amazon island, along with trouble.
Villains: Circe
Episode 4: The God of War
First appearances: Ares
Second appearance of Olympians
Ares betrays the other gods and stages a coup against the world.
Villains: Ares
Episode 5: The Fires of the
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IZ-Commando Origins part 5
Computer: Opening Section F: Beginning of the Irken Commandos.
Narrator 1: Twenty years passed, and Miyuki felt confident in her position as tallest.
Miyuki: (relaxing on a floating recliner) It's good to be the queen.
Advisor: Duly noted, mistress.
(the advisor leaves Miyuki; soon after, the tallest goes to her private cruiser and flies to Bloodwurld, where she meets with the Seeker leaders)
Leader 1: It's been twenty years since you came to power; I hope you still remember the plan you put forth.
Miyuki: Of course I did; I needed to be in power for a long enough time so the public would trust me.
Leader 2: Fair enough; so what's the next part of the plan?
Miyuki: I'll need one of our best scientists.
Leader 1: (pushes a button on the desk) Irken X, your presence is required.
{Author's note: in order to avoid confusion, Irken X will be referred to as Xorg}
(Xorg enters the room, his lab coat newly pressed)
Xorg: Irken X reporting for duty.
Leader 3: Irken X; you have served us faithfu
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Robocop 2 reboot possible plot
Robocop 2: Delta City
This is a sequel to the Robocop reboot from 2014. It’s partially inspired by the original Robocop sequels and the miniseries Prime Directives, but takes the inspirations in a different way.
Plot:
The movie starts a few years after the original film; OmniCorp is shown to have suffered a large amount of bad publicity as a result of the actions caused by Raymond Sellars, but is slowly recuperating thanks to the new CEO Dick Jones, who is an ardent supporter of the Robocop program. Credit also goes to Robocop himself aka Alex Murphy, who is allowed time with his family, but is kept at the OmniCorp laboratory when not on patrol. At the same time, Dr. Norton is shown to be designing new gadgets for Robocop to use, most notably a jetpack and boots that can anchor him to the ground (it’s said that even a speeding car would not be able to knock Robocop over when said boots were activated).
While this goes on, Dick Jones’ top scientists Clarence Boddicker
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Universal Halloween Horror Nights idea 1
Wayne’s World presents a Rock and Roll Halloween featuring Sammi Curr, Bill and Ted:
The show begins with Wayne and Garth sitting on their couch, singing the sketch’s theme song as they’ve apparently finished a sketch with special guests Bill and Ted. They take notice of the audience and decide to throw a Halloween party. Wayne and Garth don’t know enough guests to invite, which prompt Bill and Ted to arrange for some musical guest stars to arrive via their phone booth.
The first to arrive is Marty McFly, who sings ‘Johnny B. Goode’. The second guest is Elvis Presley with ‘Hound Dog’. The final guest is Beetlejuice, who belts out ‘Feed my Frankenstein’ but is ejected for ‘hogging the spotlight’ by attempting to play Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway to Heaven’.
After these two, Wayne and Garth decide to sing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ with Bill and Ted. Just as they get to the climax, the phone booth
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How X-Men Apocalypse could've been better
How X-Men: Apocalypse could’ve been better:
As with X-Men Origins: Wolverine, this film would be broken into two parts.
Part 1:
Part 1 follows the real film up until the X-Men are captured by Stryker, but with Apocalypse being unaware of the Professor’s power. With his four horsemen (Storm, Psylocke, Archangel, and Magneto) by his side, Apocalypse begins a war that ends up with him conquering the world, while the X-Men are captured by Colonel Stryker. The professor laments on how his friend was so eager to join a monster like Apocalypse and whether or not the earth can be saved.
While this goes on, Jean (along with Scott and Kurt) discovers ‘Weapon X’ and brings him to the professor, who is able to restore some of his memories (notably of his work with the professor in 1973 and his name ‘Logan’) up to a certain point.
Logan and the X-Men escape and go into hiding so as to prepare for the Age of Apocalypse
Part 2:
Part 2 shows the X-Men fighting again
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IZ-Commando Origins part 4
Computer: Opening Section D: Ven and the fight against Tallest Singe
Narrator 1: Ven was initially a member of the Irken Elite, and an incredibly skilled one at that; it was for this reason that Tallest Singe banished him to a janitor's position on planet Dirt.
(Ven is seen being forced to clean a base before throwing his mop down and beating off the guards trying to stop him)
Narrator 2: Ven had the base set up as his headquarters as he began his campaign against Singe, who swore to bring him to justice.
(Singe is shown talking to his advisors)
Singe: I want this traitor found and executed. You hear me?!
Advisors: Yes, sir.
Narrator 2: Despite the best efforts of the Irken military, Ven was never captured and he continued to fight back. This consisted of rescuing the innocent who were condemned, destroying battleship assembly lines, and at one point stealing a flagship and using it to decimate an entire fleet.
(Ven is seen fighting against the sentries sent to stop him are defeated ra
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How X-Men Origins: Wolverine could've been better
How ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ could’ve been better:
First of all, the film should be split into two parts.
Part 1:
The first part would begin very much the same as the real film, but would expand the time that Logan spent with Team X.
The team would be as follows:
• Colonel William Stryker
• Logan/Wolverine
• Victor Creed/Sabertooth
• Wade Wilson/Deadpool
• Agent Zero
• John Wraith/Kestral
• Fred Dukes/Blob (before he became Blob)
• Chris Bradley/Maverick
The villainous force would not be given a name, but is implied to be HYDRA.
Note: X-Men Origins: Wolverine came out before the Marvel Cinematic Universe was officially formed and the video game tie-in for X-Men: the Official Game confirms that HYDRA exists here.
The 'HYDRA' agents encountered would be as follows:
• Omega Red
• Epsilon Red
• Lady Deathstrike
• Silver Samurai (the one in The Wolverine is Silver Samurai by name only)
• Protot
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IZ-Commando Origins part 3
Computer: Opening Section C: Rise of the Seekers and Insurrection of Tallest Singe
Narrator 1: The Control Brains continued their reign of tyranny over the next ten years; several innocent Irkens were labeled as defectives and erased from history. Soon the old ways were forgotten, as many were brainwashed to believe the lies the Control Brains spread.
(young Irkens are shown to be standing in a line to be deleted, as the Control Brains list the reasons for doing so; some are rational, like "attempting to flee", "constant failure to clean up after self", and "theft of weapons". However, other reasons are ludicrous, mainly "too intelligent", "not efficient enough", and "ugly")
Narrator 2: However, as with every totalitarian force that exists, there slowly grew a resistance force that met in secret to plan an overthrow.
(a room is illuminated and twenty Irkens are seen at a table)
Irken 1: So are we in agreement on what we must do?
Irken 2: We are to overthrow the Control Brains and resto
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IZ-Commando Origins part 2
Computer: Opening Section B: Downfall of Admiral Jax and rise of corrupt Irken Empire.
Narrator 1: The admiral soon led an army of ten thousand strong against the Irken way of life. For many months, they led attacks in secret against the Irken ruling system.
Narrator 2: However, even though it seemed that Jax had strong supporters, his first three allies were the only ones who really swore loyalty to him, while the general populace was fair-weather at best. And sure enough, this proved to be Jax's downfall, as one of the 'supporters' was actually a spy for Tallest Trueheart, who remained bitter at Jax's successes.
Narrator 1: It was not simply revenge that motivated the tallest to such trickery, but rather something far more unsettling.
Narrator 2: Rumors were spreading that the admiral began to see himself as a god among his fellow Irkens, while Trex, Morv and Sven were destined to serve as his pantheon. The spy soon gathered enough information to convict the admiral and his cohorts.
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Justice Society: Early Heroes
Justice Society: Early Heroes
Plot:
At least 30 years before the Justice League came to be, there was a team of heroes known as the Justice Society
Episode 1: The Coming of the Justice Society
First appearances: Justice Society, Starro
A team of heroes unites to stop an alien starfish
Villains: Starro
Episode 2: The Baron’s Blitz
First appearances: Baron Blitzkrieg
A Neo-Nazi wearing battle armor challenges the Justice Society
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg
Episode 3: Day of the Dragon King
First appearances: Dragon King
A hybrid of a man and lizard makes his mark on the world
Villains: Dragon King
Episode 4: Night of the Death Man
First appearances: Lord Death Man
A man who can cheat death challenges the Justice Society.
Villains: Lord Death Man
Episode 5: Behold the Wizard
First appearances: Wizard
An evil sorcerer takes control of Hawkgirl and turns her against the Society
Villains: Wizard
Episode 6: Savage land
First appearances: Vandal Savage
A long-lived mastermind attacks the
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IZ-Commando Origins part 1
[Irken History Banks: origin of the Irken Commandos]
Computer: Irken History Banks now activated. Subject chosen: Origin of the Irken Commandos. The story of the Irken Commandos actually starts long before they were conceived. Opening Section 1A: Project SuperIrken and the rise of Admiral Jax.
Narrator 1: The Irken race wasn't always the totalitarian species known to millions of star systems. At one point, it was a firm-yet-fair people who prided themselves on military might and intelligence of their leaders.
Narrator 2: However, there was one who did not think so highly of the way of life that Irkens lived at the time. His name was Jax, an Irken with a highly unusual talent; he could sense weaknesses in character and use it against those who opposed him, almost like telepathy.
(Jax is depicted in a grey Irken Elite uniform with a cape, dark blue eyes, and a scar over left side of his face)
Narrator 1: Such abilities were the result of a genetics project gone horribly wrong. The projec
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The Good Samaritan
The story opens at a snack bar on a beach during a sunny day. The bar is shown to sell burgers and fries along with the simple snack items. A young man (mid 20s or so) is seen taking his food to a table; he’s clearly an employee, as he wears a nametag on his shirt. As he eats, he feels someone grab his wallet from his back pocket. Turning around, he sees a little girl running away with his wallet. The young man chases her down and manages to reclaim his wallet from the little girl, who goes on to escape.
One week later, the man from before is locking up the snack bar; the beach is empty, as the day is cold and raining. As the man walks toward the ramp leading to the street where his car is parked, he sees the same little girl from a week before, who runs off quickly. He quickly gives chase until he reaches one of the restrooms; turning a corner, he finds her with her arms wrapped around her knees, crying. He notices she’s wearing a dirty dress with messy red hair going down
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The Funeral of Santa Claus
The scene is a graveyard, where thousands of people (mostly children) are gathered to watch a coffin being lowered into a grave. According to the gravestone, the body in the coffin is Santa Claus, though it’s not revealed how he died. A man in black steps forward to deliver the eulogy. He explains that Santa had died not from health issues, but from a broken heart caused by the unhappiness in the world, which had been eating away at him for many years. The speaker goes on to softly blame the people of the world for killing Santa, and to an extent Christmas, because they could not let go of the hate that caused ever-increasing incidents of prejudice, war, death, and greed.
As the coffin is lowered, a melancholy choir begins to sing:
Down in the graveyard, tears don’t pause
Rest in peace dear Santa Claus
Nevermore to visit with lots of toys
Nevermore to bring any Christmas joys
With the end of the song, the children begin to cry as the dirt is shoveled into the hole, and even
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Earth Prime

Plot:

A look into the world inhabited by Superboy Prime until it was destroyed by the Anti-Monitor

Episode 1: Intro to Superboy Prime
First appearances: Superboy Prime
A young Clark Kent finds out he has super powers.
Villains: (none)

Episode 2: Destruction Inc.
First appearances: Destruction Inc.
Young Superboy takes on a group of arsonists who want to blow up an offshore oil drill
Villains: Destruction Inc.

Episode 3: Luthor’s Challenge part 1
First appearances: Lex Luthor
Superboy is challenged by his most intelligent adversary of all.
Villains: Lex Luthor

Episode 4: Luthor’s Challenge part 2
Last appearance of Destruction Inc.
Superboy is forced to battle Destruction Inc. again thanks to Lex Luthor
Villains: Lex Luthor, Destruction Inc.

Episode 5: Luthor’s Challenge part 3
Last appearance of Lex Luthor
Only appearance of Bizarro
Superboy and Lex Luthor have their final showdown, which comes with a twist.
Villains: Lex Luthor, Bizarro

Episode 6: Earth Prime destroyed
Only appearance of Earth 2 Zod
A being from another world arrives to destroy Earth Prime and Superboy cannot stop him
Villains: Earth 2 Zod

Episode 7: Anguish of defeat
Only appearance of Mr. Mxyzptlk and the Monitors
Having been unable to save his world, Superboy Prime goes insane
Villains: Superboy Prime, Mr. Mxyzptlk

Episode 8: Enter Zy-Kree
Last episode of Earth Prime
After a long period of wandering in agony, Superboy Prime is found by Zy-Kree
Villains: Zy-Kree

Fates and appearance basing:

Superboy Prime: alive (The Adventures of Superboy, but later changes to Infinite Crisis)
Destruction Inc.: arrested and later wiped out (Max Fleschier Superman cartoons)
Lex Luthor: arrested and later wiped out (Batman vs. Superman Dawn of Justice)
Earth 2 Zod: vanishes (Ruby-Spears Superman)
Mr. Mxyzptlk: corrupted by Superboy Prime (Superman the Animated Series)
Zy-Kree: offers solace to Superboy Prime (Zod’s armor from Man of Steel)
Bizarro: accidentally vaporized (The Adventures of Superboy TV show)
Monitors: watch with a twinge of sadness (original comics version)
Parallel Worlds: Earth Prime
Something I decided to do after finishing Justice League: Blinding Light

This is only one of the parallel worlds we shall see (others include Gotham by Gaslight, Red Rain, Flashpoint, and Earth 2)
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Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess

Plot:

The origins of Wonder Woman and her subsequent battles following the events of Justice League Shadows Fall; the first five episodes take place during the early days alongside Batman Dark Knight and Superman Man of Steel

Episode 1: Training days part 1
First appearances: Wonder Woman, Hippolyta, Mala, Philippus, Olympians
A larger story of how Wonder Woman began her training among the Amazon race.
Villains: (none)

Episode 2: Training days part 2
Second appearance of Hippolyta
Having achieved the title of Amazon Princess, Wonder Woman sets out on her own.
Villains: (none)

Episode 3: The Stranded Soldier
First appearances: Steve Trevor, Circe
Third appearance of Hippolyta
Wonder Woman finds a soldier stranded near the Amazon island, along with trouble.
Villains: Circe

Episode 4: The God of War
First appearances: Ares
Second appearance of Olympians
Ares betrays the other gods and stages a coup against the world.
Villains: Ares

Episode 5: The Fires of the Underworld
First appearances: Hades
Third appearance of Olympians
The god of the underworld tries to unseat Zeus and take control of Olympus
Villains: Hades

Episode 6: Welcome to America
First appearances: Eris
Second appearance of Steve Trevor
Wonder Woman reunites with Steve Trevor, but finds trouble waiting.
Villains: Eris

Episode 7: Revenge of Cheetah
First appearances: Cheetah
Cheetah, having returned to Earth, has revenge on her mind.
Villains: Cheetah

Episode 8: The frozen mercenary
First appearances: Red Panzer
Third appearance of Steve Trevor
A frozen soldier turns out to be a criminal from the past with a grudge against Wonder Woman
Villains: Red Panzer

Episode 9: Beware the Baroness
First appearances: Baroness Von Gunther
A female tyrant sets her sights on defeating Wonder Woman
Villains: Baroness Von Gunther

Episode 10: Attack of the 50 foot villainess
First appearances: Giganta
A monstrous villain begins to destroy the city
Villains: Giganta

Episode 11: The Dark Angel
First appearances: Dark Angel
Fourth appearance of Steve Trevor
Wonder Woman finds herself without her lasso when a new villain attacks.
Villains: Dark Angel

Episode 12: Death and Decay
First appearances: Decay
Hades returns to battle Wonder Woman and he’s not alone.
Villains: Hades, Decay

Episode 13: Rest and Rage
Fourth appearance of Hippolyta
Wonder Woman returns home for some rest, only to find problems waiting for her.
Villains: Circe

Episode 14: The minions of war part 1
First appearances: Duke of Deception, Earl of Greed, Lord Conquest, Baron Blitzkrieg
Fourth appearance of Olympians
Ares returns with his ‘four horsemen’ and declares war on Olympus
Villains: Ares, Duke of Deception, Earl of Greed, Lord Conquest, Baron Blitzkrieg

Episode 15: The minions of war part 2
First appearances: Hercules
Fifth appearance of Olympians and Hippolyta
Second appearance of Mala and Philippus
Just as all hope seems lost, Wonder Woman gets help from a great hero.
Villains: Ares, Duke of Deception, Earl of Greed, Lord Conquest, Baron Blitzkrieg

Episode 16: Darkstar in training part 1
First appearances: Darkstar
Sixth appearance of Hippolyta
A new member of the amazons begins her training under Wonder Woman’s watch
Villains: (none)

Episode 17: Darkstar in training part 2
Second appearance of Darkstar
Seventh appearance of Hippolyta
Darkstar is forced to cut her training short to battle a pair of old threats.
Villains: Circe, Baroness Von Gunther

Episode 18: Atlas from Space part 1
First appearances: Atlas
Sixth appearance of Olympians
A champion from another planet crash-lands on the Amazons’ island
Villains: Atlas

Episode 19: Atlas from Space part 2
Second appearance of Hercules
Atlas ends up picking a fight with Giganta, forcing Wonder Woman to call an old ally
Villains: Atlas, Giganta

Episode 20: Atlas from Space part 3
First appearances: Superman
Last appearance of Atlas
Wonder Woman is forced to call on Superman to help get Atlas back to his home world.
Villains: Atlas

Episode 21: Beware the Gorgon
First appearances: Medusa
Seventh appearance of Olympians
Wonder Woman is sent to the lair of the evil Medusa, who has stolen Zeus’ thunderbolts
Villains: Medusa

Episode 22: The Psycho Doctor
First appearances: Dr. Psycho
A mad scientist throws Wonder Woman into a world of illusions with no visible way out
Villains: Dr. Psycho

Episode 23: The Baron and the Baroness
Third appearance of Darkstar
A vengeful Baroness Von Gunther teams with Baron Blitzkrieg to defeat Wonder Woman
Villains: Baroness Von Gunther, Baron Blitzkrieg

Episode 24: Return of Ares
Ares returns for revenge on Wonder Woman
Villains: Ares

Episode 25: Claws of anger
Cheetah returns, but more trouble is following her rather quickly
Villains: Cheetah, Red Panzer

Episode 26: Death, Decay, and a Dark Angel
Third appearance of Hercules
Hades returns with a pair of old enemies
Villains: Hades, Dark Angel, Decay

Episode 27: Tokyo Terror
Giganta goes on a rampage in Tokyo, but there’s more to the issue than that
Villains: Giganta, Dr. Psycho

Episode 28: Danger Zone
First appearances: Harpies
Fifth appearance of Steve Trevor
Ares unleashes the Harpies, forcing Wonder Woman to call on an old friend for help
Villains: Ares, Harpies

Episode 29: Gorgon’s Rage
Fourth appearance of Darkstar
Medusa turns Wonder Woman to stone and only Darkstar can save the day.
Villains: Medusa

Episode 30: Beware the Queen part 1
First appearances: Queen Clea
Eighth appearance of Hippolyta
The dictator of an undersea kingdom that rivals Atlantis attacks the Amazon island
Villains: Queen Clea

Episode 31: Beware the Queen part 2
First appearances: Aquaman
Third appearance of Mala and Phillipus
Ninth appearance of Hippolyta
With Queen Clea having the advantage over the Amazons, Wonder Woman is forced to call on Aquaman for help with defeating her.
Villains: Queen Clea

Episode 32: Beware the Queen part 3
Second appearance of Aquaman
Fifth appearance of Darkstar
Wonder Woman, Darkstar, and Aquaman defeat Queen Clea and rebuild Amazon Island
Villains: Queen Clea

Episode 33: Meditation journey part 1
Fourth appearance of Mala and Phillipus
Tenth appearance of Hippolyta
Sixth appearance of Darkstar
Wonder Woman and her allies, having helped the Amazons defeat Queen Clea, decide to undergo a journey to master inner peace
Villains: (none)

Episode 34: Meditation journey part 2
Fifth appearance of Mala and Phillipus
Seventh appearance of Darkstar
Fourth appearance of Hercules
With Hercules briefly joining their quest for inner peace, Wonder Woman and her allies are more than prepared for ensuing trouble.
Villains: Dark Angel

Episode 35: Meditation journey part 3
Sixth appearance of Mala and Phillipus
Eighth appearance of Darkstar
Eleventh appearance of Hippolyta
Having returned to the Amazon island after their quest for inner peace, Wonder Woman and her allies find more trouble waiting
Villains: Hades

Episode 36: Hunting season
Red Panzer and Cheetah hunt down Harpies
Villains: Red Panzer, Cheetah, Harpies

Episode 37: War of Land and Sea part 1
Third appearance of Aquaman
Ninth appearance of Darkstar
Queen Clea, Eris, and Ares coordinate a war that threatens to tear the world apart
Villains: Queen Clea, Ares, Eris

Episode 38: War of Land and Sea part 2
Fourth appearance of Aquaman
Second appearance of Superman
Eighth appearance of Olympians
As more trouble arrives to worsen the war, more allies come to level the playing field
Villains: Queen Clea, Ares, Hades, Circe, Dark Angel, Decay, Harpies, Cheetah, Eris

Episode 39: War of Land and Sea part 3
Last appearance of Aquaman, and Queen Clea
Third appearance of Superman
After many Amazons are critically wounded, the war of land and sea finally ends
Villains: Queen Clea, Harpies, Ares, Cheetah

Episode 40: Wonder Girl awakens
First appearances: Wonder Girl
Tenth appearance of Darkstar
A young girl emerges on the island and finds herself paired up with Wonder Woman
Villains: Medusa

Episode 41: Psycho Madness
Last appearance of Dr. Psycho
Sixth appearance of Steve Trevor
Dr. Psycho captures Wonder Woman for one final test, but it backfires horribly
Villains: Dr. Psycho

Episode 42: Capture the Red Panzer
Last appearance of Red Panzer
Second appearance of Wonder Girl
Wonder Woman tracks down Red Panzer, but ends up falling into a trap
Villains: Red Panzer, Cheetah, Harpies

Episode 43: See the Giganta fall
Last appearance of Giganta
Wonder Woman faces Giganta one more time
Villains: Giganta

Episode 44: Trick the Tricksters
Last appearance of Wonder Girl, Circe, and Eris
Twelfth appearance of Hippolyta
When Circe and Eris capture the queen of the Amazons, Wonder Girl manages to stop them and earn herself a place with a new team
Villains: Circe, Eris

Episode 45: The followers of cruelty part 1
Eleventh appearance of Darkstar
Thirteenth appearance of Hippolyta
Seventh appearance of Mala and Phillipus
Ares returns with his warmongers and Wonder Woman doesn’t stand a chance
Villains: Ares, Duke of Deception, Earl of Greed, Lord Conquest, Baron Blitzkrieg

Episode 46: The followers of Cruelty part 2
Last appearance of Ares, Duke of Deception, Earl of Greed, and Lord Conquest
Twelfth appearance of Darkstar
Fifth appearance of Hercules
Ares and his warmongers are finally defeated after a battle that leaves many wounded, but victorious nevertheless
Villains: Ares, Duke of Deception, Earl of Greed, Lord Conquest, Baron Blitzkrieg

Episode 47: Deathbringers
Last appearance of Hades, Decay, Death Angel, and Harpies
Ninth appearance of Olympians
Hades returns with his allies of death, but Wonder Woman is more than ready for all of them, thanks to the Olympians
Villains: Hades, Decay, Death Angel, Harpies

Episode 48: Madness of Medusa
Last appearance of Medusa and Darkstar
Tenth appearance of Olympians
Medusa returns to steal Zeus’ thunderbolts again, but Wonder Woman won’t have it
Villains: Medusa

Episode 49: The Frozen Giant
Last appearance of Superman, Baroness Von Gunther, and Baron Blitzkrieg
Only appearance of Arctic Giant
Baron Blitzkrieg and Baroness Von Gunther unleash a frozen dinosaur on the Amazons
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg, Baroness Von Gunther, Arctic Giant

Episode 50: Leaving for America
Last episode of Wonder Woman Amazon Princess
After consulting with Hippolyta, the Olympians, and her friends, Wonder Woman is allowed to return with Steve Trevor as the Amazon ambassador to the United States.
Villains: (none)

Fates:

Wonder Woman: alive
Steve Trevor: alive
Wonder Girl: sent to train with the Teen Titans
Hippolyta: alive
Darkstar: alive
Olympians: alive
Hercules: alive
Mala: alive
Philippus: alive
Superman: returns to Metropolis
Aquaman: returns to Atlantis
Ares: captured, but escapes
Cheetah: captured; contacted by Lex Luthor
Circe: imprisoned
Hades: returns to the underworld
Giganta: sent to Stryker’s Island
Red Panzer: arrested
Queen Clea: imprisoned in Atlantis
Dark Angel: sent to the underworld
Decay: sent to the underworld
Duke of Deception: sent to the underworld
Medusa: imprisoned
Eris: imprisoned
Earl of Greed: sent to the underworld
Lord Conquest: sent to the underworld
Baron Blitzkrieg: refrozen and left in the Arctic
Dr. Psycho: arrested; given a message from a mysterious benefactor
Baroness Von Gunther: frozen and left in the Arctic
Atlas: returned to his homeworld
Harpies: sent to Tartarus
Arctic Giant: refrozen and placed in the Antarctic

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Heroes/allies:

Wonder Woman: Princess of the Amazon race, Diana became Wonder Woman to complete a rite of passage. Her powers include Amazonian strength, flight, combat abilities, and a few weapons from her people.
Steve Trevor: A member of the US Air Force and the first man (aside from the gods and Hercules) to visit the Amazons’ island, Steve Trevor is seen as an ambassador from the outside world and becomes good friends with Wonder Woman. He is also the one who suggested that she join the Justice League
Wonder Girl: Cassie Sandsmark is a distant relative of Wonder Woman, possessing the same Amazonian skills. She is initially placed under Diana’s training, but is later sent to work with the Teen Titans
Hippolyta: The mother of Wonder Woman; she does not approve of the outside world, but reluctant allows her daughter to live among them while not forgetting who she is
Darkstar: How Donna Troy came to be has been muddled over time (some say she’s the sister of Wonder Woman, others that she was made similar to a golem), but what is certain is that she is one of the greatest warriors the Amazons currently have
Hercules: The strongest man alive thanks to his father being Zeus, Hercules often visits the island of the Amazons for training, but is more often found in the middle of a brawl
Mala: A fellow Amazon and good friend of Wonder Woman
Philippus: A fellow Amazon and good friend of Wonder Woman
Superman: The last son of Krypton, Kal-El was sent to Earth to escape his homeworld’s destruction. He was adopted by the Kents and raised as their own son Clark. When he became an adult, the boy was directed by a crystal to the Fortress of Solitude, where he molded himself into Superman.
Aquaman: Arthur Curry is the son of an oceanographer and a citizen of the underwater city Atlantis. He possesses great swimming abilities, along with telepathy and higher-than-average strength that increases when he’s in water.

Olympians: the gods who live on Mount Olympus; they do not always appear in every episode that marks them present

Zeus: god of thunder and the sky; king of the Olympians
Hera: goddess of women and marriage; queen of the Olympians and wife of Zeus
Apollo: god of light, healing and truth (among others)
Aphrodite: goddess of love and beauty; said to be born from sea foam
Poseidon: god of the sea; brother of Zeus
Hermes: messenger of the gods
Athena: goddess of wisdom, craft, and war; chose to side with Zeus when Ares left
Artemis: goddess of the hunt
Ares: god of war; left the Olympians
Hephaestus: god of fire; blacksmith of the gods and husband of Aphrodite
Hestia: goddess of the hearth (symbol of the home)
Hades: god of the underworld and wealth; not often seen in Olympus

Villains:

Ares: The Greek god of war, Ares slaughtered the armies of the other gods before coming to Earth. Although his goal is world domination, he knows that humanity must live for him to do so
Cheetah: Priscilla Rich became the Cheetah through genetic engineering; her acrobatic skills and superhuman speed are offset by occasional bloodlust.
Circe: A sorceress who has the ability to turn people into cannibalistic animals (usually pigs)
Hades: The Greek god of the dead, Hades usually stays out of Wonder Woman’s way, but is often tricked into fighting her by an outside force (usually Ares)
Giganta: Doris Zeul was exposed to an experimental serum that cured a rare blood disease, but also gave her super strength, along with the ability to change size (up to 50 feet tall). She also wears a suit that changes size as she does.
Red Panzer: Frozen for many years after his last battle with the Justice Society, Helmut Streicher remerges with one thing on his mind: revenge on Wonder Woman for freezing him
Queen Clea: the dictator of an underwater city that rivals Atlantis; she wants to rule land and sea
Dark Angel: said to be a wandering spirit that obtained physical form, Dark Angel is capable of mind manipulation, teleportation, and size alteration
Decay: a monster that often works with Hades, Decay has the ability to turn enemies to dust with a single breath or touch; it can also fly
Duke of Deception: one of Ares’ warmongers (or four horsemen), the duke has the ability to project illusions that are almost impossible to tell from reality
Medusa: a gorgon; anyone who looks into her eyes is turned into stone and can only be returned to normal if Medusa allows it (which rarely happens)
Eris: the goddess of discord; she was banished from Olympus after indirectly causing the Trojan War, and now wants revenge
Earl of Greed: one of Ares’ warmongers (or four horsemen), the earl inspires dreams of acquisition and is said to have aided Lord Conquest with the creation of the Axis Powers
Lord Conquest: one of Ares’ warmongers (or four horsemen), the lord not only uses astral projection and possession, but he inspires dreams of conquest (it’s said he was the one who inspired the Axis Powers to build their empire)
Baron Blitzkrieg: Reawakened in the present, the Neo-Nazi baron is still determined to conquer the world; he is also one of Ares’ warmongers (or four horsemen) and is romantically involved with Baroness Von Gunther
Dr. Psycho: a diminutive scientist who specializes in the mind and how it works; his genius allows him to create illusions that can drive its victims mad. He often uses Wonder Woman for his experiments because of her undying sanity. Despite his evil nature, the doctor is said to be respected by parts of the scientific community for his work unlocking the secrets of the mind
Baroness Von Gunther: a Neo-Nazi who underwent Amazon training several years ago; she wants to build her own empire and is shown to be romantically involved with Baron Blitzkrieg
Atlas: The last member of a race that went extinct long ago, Atlas has gained renown as a champion in interstellar gladiator games, thanks to his superhuman strength and invulnerability.
Harpies: monstrous creatures that have the body of a vulture, but the head of a human woman
Arctic Giant: a carnivorous dinosaur that was frozen in the Arctic around 65 million years ago

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Appearance Basing:

Wonder Woman: Justice League (episodes 1-5) Injustice Gods Among Us (the rest)
Steve Trevor: Justice League War
Wonder Girl: Young Justice
Hippolyta: Justice League
Darkstar: Darkstars #23
Hercules: Hercules (2014)
Mala: Justice League the New Frontier
Philippus: Justice League
Superman: Superman Returns
Aquaman: Injustice Gods Among Us
Zeus: Superfriends
Hera: Clash of the Titans (1981)
Apollo: Clash of the Titans (2010)
Aphrodite: original comics version
Poseidon: Clash of the Titans (2010)
Hermes: original comics version
Athena: DCAU
Artemis: Clash of the Titans (1981)
Hephaestus: DCAU
Hestia: Clash of the Titans (1981)
Ares: Injustice Gods Among Us
Cheetah: Justice League Doom
Circe: Justice League Unlimited
Hades: Justice League
Giganta: New 52
Red Panzer: Wonder Woman #228
Queen Clea: Ocina from Superfriends
Dark Angel: original comics version
Decay: original comics version
Duke of Deception: original comics version
Medusa: Challenge of the Superfriends
Eris: original comics version with long black hair
Earl of Greed: original comics version
Lord Conquest: original comics version
Baron Blitzkrieg: original comics version
Dr. Psycho: DC Universe Online
Baroness Von Gunther: Batman the Brave and the Bold
Atlas: 1st Issue Special with the head of All-Star Superman
Harpies: body of a vulture, head of woman with varying hair colors
Arctic Giant: Max Fleischer Superman cartoon episode 4
Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess
After a long battle with Writer's Block and lack of motivation, I have a new DC Universe outline

Wonder Woman will be given the honor of not only having her own story arcs, but appearances in "Members of Justice League" as well. The same will be said of Captain Marvel and Steel in the future
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Five Nights at Freddy’s short films (film ideas)

These serve as both a prequel (which takes place before the first three movies) and a midquel (which takes place between movies 1 and 2). They tie everything together.

Short 1:

The beginning takes place in 1982, before all the films begin. A birthday party at Fredbear’s Family Diner is underway, but the guest of honor, a seven year old boy, is terrified of the animatronics (Fredbear and Spring Bonnie). A group of bullies, one of them being the boy’s older brother, begin teasing him and decide to scare him by forcing the child up to Fredbear’s face. Unfortunately, the boy’s head slips into the animatronic’s jaw, which closes down.

A short time later, the emergency crew is on the scene as the boy has suffered severe trauma. Sadly, the boy passes away, as it’s revealed the bite tore out his frontal lobe. The night before the boy is to be laid to rest, a man visits the coffin. He apologizes for what happened, saying the animatronics “are broken”, but swears that he will “put them back together.” The man is dressed in the purple uniform of the diner and has a nametag that reads “Patrick Mann”. As he leaves, someone questions if he is the one who caused the death of an anemic child in front of the restaurant a few weeks earlier, but is given a scowl as an answer.

Short 2:

Some time afterwards, the bullies are enjoying pizza at the diner when they are approached by Spring Bonnie, who is being worn as a suit. It lures them to a back room with a cake, but when they get there, the suit is discarded and the wearer, who is revealed to be Patrick Mann, begins stabbing the children one by one while ranting about how they deserve to die for killing the boy. Finally, he turns to the older brother, who the guard notices is trying to escape. With a sinister grin lining his face, Mann whispers “You can’t.” Blood is then shown spraying on the window to the room as the screams die away.

Cut to night; the dead bodies are still lying in the back room; suddenly, the slender figure of the Puppet drops down and begins placing animatronic masks over their heads. By the dawn, the four animatronics (Old Freddy, Old Bonnie, Old Chica, and Old Foxy) wake up, their eyes glowing for a split second.

Short 3:

Years pass, and Fredbear’s Family Diner closes down and is eventually reopened as Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza; the original animatronics are put into storage while new ones come in. Then one day, Patrick Mann (who has yet to be caught) returns to the pizzeria, puts on a yellow Freddy suit (as Fredbear was put out of service), and lures children to a back room with a cake once again. This time, Patrick Mann (now calling himself “Purple” Mann) has gone completely insane, as he kills innocent children. Also, he catches the Puppet placing the heads of the animatronics (which happen to be the four toys) and tampers with its programming.

After Patrick “Purple” Mann is arrested, the Puppet becomes a malicious being, reprogramming the toy animatronics to be obedient servants. The Puppet goes on to duplicate Mann’s strategy of luring children to the back with a cake while wearing the yellow Freddy suit, killing them, and finally transferring their souls into the animatronics (Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, and Balloon Boy). At the same time, Mangle causes the Bite of ’87 to a dayshift guard, causing more trouble for the pizzeria.

Short 4:

Flash forward to 1994, after the events of the first movie, Patrick Mann manages to escape from prison after hearing the news of the Puppet’s destruction and the solving of the Missing Children’s Incident. Fearing that everything could connect to him for real, he kills Frank Fazbear, returns to the now closed pizzeria and begins tearing the animatronics apart one by one. Suddenly, he’s attacked by the incredibly damaged toy animatronics, but manages to escape by hiding in a secret room that houses the old Spring Bonnie springlock suit (Springtrap). Hiding in it, Mann is eventually attacked by the Puppet, who kills the murderer by ripping out the safety value of the suit, causing the springlocks to fail. Then, with a whisper of “There are no strings on me,” the Puppet and the toy animatronics leave Mann to his fate and shut down.

A decade passes, and all the animatronics are still in severe disrepair; suddenly, a crew enters the building, gathers the parts, and departs. Springtrap is seen in the secret room, placed as he was with Patrick Mann died; one of the eyes glow for a split second. The final scene is that of the charred Fazbear's Fright rubble during a stormy night. Suddenly, lightning strikes the rubble and a faded yellow hand emerges, followed by an evil laugh and the words “The Beginning” before the screen fades to black.

Copyrighted songs:

Come Little Children: poem by Edgar Allan Poe and performed by Erutan; played during the scene where the Puppet transfers the children's souls to the animatronics in short 2.

The Puppet: song by GatoPaint; played when the Puppet kills children in short 3

It’s Been So Long: song by Living Tombstone; played during the end credits of each

Die in a Fire: song by Living Tombstone; played with Patrick Mann is hunting down and destroying the animatronics in short 4

Rating: R (violence, gore, mild swearing, and creepy imagery)
Five Nights at Freddy's short films outline
And here is the 4th outline for my idea of a FNAF movie series.

However, as the real film is coming soon, it really doesn't matter

In the meantime, enjoy my outlines

update: changed the number to 0 because it doesn't really fit as a movie compared to the others. Also added an extra scene to explain part of the third idea. Finally, changed the film to be shorts

First one: Five Nights at Freddy's film ideas

Second one: Five Nights at Freddy's 2 film ideas

Third one: Five Nights at Freddy's 3 film ideas
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My DC Universe:

History starts:
• Justice Society
• Green Lantern: Guardians of the Cosmos (beginning)
• Superman: Man of Steel (beginning)
• Batman: Dark Knight (beginning)
• Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess (beginning)
• Green Hornet: Sting of Justice (beginning)
• Robin and Batgirl: Training Days
• Members of Justice League
• Green Lantern: Guardians of the Cosmos (ending)
• Justice League: Defenders of Earth
• Green Hornet: Sting of Justice (ending)
• Batman: Dark Knight (ending)
• Superman: Man of Steel (ending)
• Azrael: Lone Warrior (beginning)

History rewritten:
• Justice League: Shadows Fall
• Superman: Man of Steel 2
• Batman: Dark Knight 1B (beginning)
• 7 Soldiers of Victory (beginning)
• Teen Titans: Young Justice League
• DC Meets Mortal Kombat
• Supergirl: Last Daughter of Krypton
• Suicide Squad: Last Resort
• Superman: Man of Steel 3
• Batman: Dark Knight 1B (ending)

Quest for the Codex:
• Green Lantern: Search for the Codex
• Members of Justice League: Voyagers
• Birds of Prey: Justice Mistresses
• Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess (ending)
• Justice League: Blinding Light
• 7 Soldiers of Victory (ending)
• Superman: Man of Steel 4
• Batman: Dark Knight 1C
• Members of Justice League: Dedicated Nine
• Suicide Squad: When all else fails

Spilled Blood
• Power Girl: Flying High
• The Trinity: World’s Finest
• The Outsiders (beginning)
• Justice League: Scars of Betrayal
• New Gods
• Superman: Man of Steel 5
• Batman: Dark Knight 1D
• Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess 2
• Teen Titans: Heroes of Tomorrow
• Captain Marvel: Mightiest Mortal

Rise from the Ashes
• Heirs of Superman
• Birds of Prey: Silent Claws (start)
• Members of Justice League: Discoveries
• Suicide Squad: Fire Away
• Nightwing: Son of the Bat
• Teen Titans: Global (start)
• Green Lantern: The Invasion
• Justice League International
• Steel: Man of Iron
• Birds of Prey: Silent Claws (end)
• Seven Soldiers of Victory 2 (start)
• The Outsiders (ending)

The Second Coming
• Batman: Dark Knight 1E-Batman Inc. (start)
• Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess 3
• Members of Justice League: Beyond
• Suicide Squad 4
• Green Lantern 4
• Supergirl 2
• Teen Titans: Future Hope
• Seven Soldiers of Victory 2 (end)
• Green Hornet 2 (start)
• DC Meets Mortal Kombat 2
• Teen Titans: Global (end)

Falling Arches
• Justice League: Divided
• Green Hornet 2 (ending)
• Batman: Dark Knight 1E-Batman Inc. (end)
• Teen Titans 5
• Superboy: Quest for Truth
• Batman and the Outsiders
• Members of Justice League: Enterprisers
• Green Lantern 5
• Justice League: Cosmic War
• Batman: Dark Knight 1.5
• Azrael: Lone Warrior (ending)

The Next Generation of Heroes
• Batman: Dark Knight 2.0 Batman Beyond
• Metal Men: Elemental Heroes
• Justice League: Revived
• Superman: Man of Steel 6
• Batman: Dark Knight MK 3
• Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess 4
• Members of Justice League: the Next Generation
• Booster Gold: Time Traveling Hero
• Legion of Superheroes

Hostile Future?
• Judge Dredd

Alternate Universes:
• Batman Flashpoint
• Parallel Worlds
• Earth 2
My DC Universe timeline
After submitting several outlines for my DC universe, I decided it would help if I added a timeline to go with them. This will help in knowing which happens when.

Just to be clear, several of the outlines on the list have yet to be posted or even written yet. They will be added overtime.
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Computer: Opening Section F: Beginning of the Irken Commandos.

Narrator 1: Twenty years passed, and Miyuki felt confident in her position as tallest.

Miyuki: (relaxing on a floating recliner) It's good to be the queen.

Advisor: Duly noted, mistress.

(the advisor leaves Miyuki; soon after, the tallest goes to her private cruiser and flies to Bloodwurld, where she meets with the Seeker leaders)

Leader 1: It's been twenty years since you came to power; I hope you still remember the plan you put forth.

Miyuki: Of course I did; I needed to be in power for a long enough time so the public would trust me.

Leader 2: Fair enough; so what's the next part of the plan?

Miyuki: I'll need one of our best scientists.

Leader 1: (pushes a button on the desk) Irken X, your presence is required.

{Author's note: in order to avoid confusion, Irken X will be referred to as Xorg}

(Xorg enters the room, his lab coat newly pressed)

Xorg: Irken X reporting for duty.

Leader 3: Irken X; you have served us faithfully in your work as a scientist and a sharpshooter.

Xorg: Duly noted, sir. So what is my next mission?

Leader 1: You are to aid Miyuki in her goal of creating artificial soldiers. Is this clear?

Xorg: Nothing shall prevent me from completing this assignment with great earnest.

Leader 2: Good; now get to the lab and begin construction of.....what will these soldiers be called?

Miyuki: These super-soldiers will aid us in overthrowing the Control Brains and restoring peace to the Irken race. They will be called the Irken Commandos.

Leader 1: Really? That's the best name you could come up with?

Miyuki: Well, "Irken Elite" is already taken, "Artificial Irkens" is a little too obvious, and "Irken Super-soldiers" felt cliché.

Leader 3: That is a good argument; Irken Commandos, it is.

(Miyuki and Xorg head to the laboratory and the tallest shows the scientist the blueprints to the Irken Commandos)

Miyuki: These super-soldiers will be the pivotal action against the Control Brains.

Xorg: Then let's get to work.

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[Three weeks later]

(Miyuki is overseeing construction for the Massive, which is still in early stages; Xorg walks up to her with a worried look on his face)

Xorg: Um...mistress?

Miyuki: What is it? Is the secret turbo-laser not able to fit?

Xorg: Actually, the super-weapon is okay. It's the commando project that's giving me a problem.

Miyuki: (sighs) What's wrong?

Xorg: It seems that the biological requirements are beyond my creative means.

Miyuki: I thought you were a genius!!

Xorg: I am; I just can't do it alone. Even I know when to ask for help, and this is the time.

Miyuki: (groans) Fine; I'll have to find someone around here since the Seeker scientists are all busy. In the meantime, get back to work on the secret weapon for the Massive.

(Xorg salutes before leaving)

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[Lunch hour]

(Ram is shown finishing a sandwich when a messenger approaches him; later, he approaches a laboratory where Miyuki is waiting for him)

Ram: You wanted to see me, mistress?

Miyuki: Yes; I have been given word that there are traitors among our ranks. I don't know who they are, but we need to do something about it. I'm assigning you to build a squad of super-soldier secret police; they will be dubbed "Irken Commandos" and will route the double agents out.

Ram: You can depend on me, your Excellency.

Miyuki: Good; you'll be working with Irken X; you two helped with the Massive, so you'll help me here.

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[the next day]

(Miyuki walks into the room where Xorg is waiting)

Xorg: So you've found someone to help?

Miyuki: You're lucky I want this mission to go through; yes, I found someone.

(Ram enters the room wearing a look that's a combination of eagerness and nervousness)

Miyuki: Irken X, this is Ram; you will be working with him.

Xorg: I know who he is; he designed the Massive's propulsion systems.

Ram: I look forward to working with you again. (shakes Xorg's hand)

Miyuki: Good to see you're starting off good.

Xorg: We shall begin work immediately.

Miyuki: Perfect, and remember; let nobody know of this.

(the two scientists salute as Miyuki leaves)

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[Several months later]

(Xorg and Ram are standing in front of blueprints, which show two Irkens positioned like Da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man")

Xorg: Once these super-soldiers are ready, treason will become a thing of the past.

(Almighty Tallest Spork enters the room)

Ram: Who are you?

Spork: I am the new Tallest, and I'm here to shut down your project.

Xorg: What? Why?

Spork: You're essentially doing the Control Brains' job, and that is not allowed. Therefore, you are ordered to terminate your project, or I will haul you two in front of the Control Brains for it.

Xorg: But it's too far into development now; we can't...

Spork: DO AS I COMMAND!!!

Xorg: (scowls and walks out of the building)

Ram: What's this all about? Isn't Miyuki the Almighty Tallest?

Spork: Haven't you heard? Miyuki was devoured by some kind of blob monster. I'm in charge now.

Ram: Gee, that's too bad.

Spork: Well, that's just the way life goes. (leaves)

Ram: (turns to Xorg) So what do we do now?

Xorg: What can we do? Miyuki's dead and our project's been scrapped. There's nothing left for us to do.

Ram: I don't know about you, but I'm going back to my experiments.

Xorg: (sighs) I guess I'll try out for the Irken Elite.

Ram: Won't you need a real name for that?

Xorg: Sure. How about Xorg? I came up with it when we started work on the Massive.

Ram: Okay then; good luck.

(the two shake hands and part ways)

Narrator 2: Neither one knew this at the time, but this would not be the end of the Irken Commando project.

Computer: Section F complete.

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Computer: Opening Section G: Renewing the Irken Commando Project

Narrator 1: It all began on Foodcourtia, five years later.

(Ram is seen ordering what looks like meat loaf; he then sits down at a booth and begins to dig into his lunch)

Ram: It's a pity everything here is subpar at best.

????: You said it.

(Ram turns around and sees Xorg drinking a soda)

Ram: Well, aren't you a sight for sore eyes? How has it been since we last met?

Xorg: Well, I managed to reach the rank of Invader and conquered a pair of deserted planets that are now being used as parking lot worlds, as if we don't have enough of them.

Ram: (chuckles) Well, as for me; I created an upgraded version of the standard SIR unit, which was scrapped due to technical problems. Seems I've been stuck with repairing Spittle Runners for the past two years.

Xorg: And now we're forced to work under an Almighty Tallest duo.

Ram: Indeed, they're idiots to say the least.

(Ram's wrist monitor beeps for an incoming call)

Ram: (pushes the button) Who is it?

Miyuki: It's me, boys.

Xorg: (eyes widen) But you died.

Miyuki: That monster puked me up not long after eating me. It seems I have been outranked by the morons who are now the tallest, and I must return to power. Are you two still up for building my super-soldiers?

Xorg: (salutes) We are willing to serve you until we die.

Miyuki: Excellent; you will present the project to the new tallest, but do not give them any details. This plan must be kept secret no matter what.

Ram: You can rely on us, mistress. (deactivates his wrist monitor) So it seems we're back in business.

Xorg: We better get to the lab quick.

(Ram's wrist radio beeps again)

Ram: (answers it) Yes?

Miyuki: You might need to meet me on Bloodwurld; it's not safe anymore on Irk.

Ram: (deactivates radio) We have to go to a place called Bloodwurld.

Xorg: Come with me; I know where it is.

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[Bloodwurld; two days later]

Miyuki: I'm glad to see you boys again. Can I trust you to get back to work on the commando project? (the two scientists salute at this question) Good; you'll be able to use the resources in the lab here. Now get to it.

(the two scientists run to the new lab, where their work is laid out for them)

Ram: It's like we never left it.

Xorg: Well, let's get started.

(after half a year, two bodies are finished and ready for the battlefield)

Ram: I feel accomplished with these done so far.

Xorg: You only built the one, and why did you make it a girl?

Ram: Think of it as the extra element nobody expects. How about yours?

Xorg: I've decided to call mine "Skull". It's a name to fear.

Ram: Okay then.

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[Five days later]

Narrator 2: As the construction of the commandos continued, creative divergences soon became incredibly common. Finally, it reached overflowing with the creation of Durge.

(Ram enters the lab after lunch and finds Xorg with a third commando)

Ram: What are you doing?

Xorg: Miyuki contacted me earlier; we need to speed up production, so I'm using the PAK of Tallest Spork for the third commando.

Ram: Wait, how did it survive.......on second thought, I don't want to know.

Xorg: Also, I found this floating in space. (reveals the body of Invader Larb on a table) Seems he offended the tallest and they punished him for it.

Ram: Shouldn't we use clean PAKS for the commandos?

Xorg: The commando programming is cutting edge; it'll never stop working. I assure you.

Ram: (sighs) This is wrong; we're killing an innocent soldier just to satisfy a former leader who everyone thinks is dead.

Xorg: Are you saying we should stop?

Ram: Maybe we should; building soldiers is one thing, but I will not stand here and let you use a valuable invader as a test rat.

Xorg: You dare insult the order of Miyuki? I thought we would do this together.

Ram: Well, I can't work with you on this; you're betraying our own kind out of loyalty to a dead tallest.

Xorg: (slashes Ram's face) Get out of here; you're not brave enough to work with me.

Ram: Fine then, I'm leaving. (turns for the door) I hope you get what you deserve. (leaves)

Xorg: Oh, believe me; I will.

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[The next day]

Xorg: And that's what happened.

Miyuki: (groans) I knew choosing Ram for this job was a bad idea. Now I have to find someone to replace him. (thinks for a moment) I know just who to call. (activates radio) Rusty, your presence is required.

Rusty: (enters the lab) Yes, mistress?

Miyuki: You are to help Irken X finish the commando project. Can I trust that you'll accept this assignment?

Rusty: You can rely on me.

Miyuki: Then get to work.

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[Half a year later]

Miyuki: Well done, well done; I must admit you've surpassed even my wildest expectations.

Xorg: Thank you mistress; the Irken Commandos are ready for training. (turns to the commandos) Commandos, sound off.

Commando 1: Skull.

Commando 2: Durge.

Commando 3: Vane.

Commando 4: Jeena.

Commando 5: Skarr.

Commando 6: Steelz.

Commando 7: Feer.

Commando 8: Krunch.

Commando 9: Traxx.

Commando 10: Cog.

Xorg: Excellent; you are to report to Hobo 13 in the morning for training. I will supervise your training and by the time it's over, you will have become the ultimate super-soldiers, unable to be defeated by anything. Now sound off if you approve.

(the commandos cheer and give a salute)

Computer: Section G complete.
IZ-Commando Origins part 5
Finally, the Irken Commandos make their debut in 'Commando Origins'

However, we won't be seeing them in action until the next part

And we add Ram, Xorg, and Rusty to the story as well

previous: IZ-Commando Origins part 4

next: sometime in April
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