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Jaga 321

aka Puca

  • I live in Brighton UK
  • I was born on March 30
  • My occupation is Storyteller. Animator, writer, film-maker, artist, games designer.
  • I am Female
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  • Hiya, Jaga!

    Remember me? We used to collab on fan projects way back in 2015-16. I remember you coming up with cool art and concepts for multiple projects and your enthusiasm and positivity. Been a long time since I came back. Got curious and wanted to check up on you guys and see how y'all are doing. Hope you're doing well in this crisis-riddled era, my friend! Cheers!

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  • Hey, been a while since I've heard from you. Are you still on to do the Ant-Man and Wasp film in the Community MCU? If so, I'd like to hear your ideas for it, since we're getting closer and closer to Phase 3.

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    • That's understandable. And Ant-Man and the Wasp is slated for Phase 3.

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    • I know it's still a while from now, but I've been thinking a lot about what Ant-Man and Wasp's roles in this universe could be and I'd love to talk with you about it sometime. I know you had a lot in mind with your portrayals of the characters, specifically with making Wasp's role more prominent.

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  • So, I was thinking, for Marvel United, we have an almost-complete team -- we're just missing a Smart Guy.

    But we have not addressed the fate of Steve Rogers in this universe.

    So, just off the top of my head: What if Captain America exists in Marvel United, but he's no longer Captain America, and hasn't been since he came out of the ice?

    What if Nick Fury is dead, and Steve is the Director of this universe's anti-SHIELD?

    I really loved the idea in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 of the White Star, an organized rebellion that espouses Captain America's ideals -- liberty, justice, individual freedoms, standing up against oppression -- but don't have the same political clout as their more corrupt, but better-established big brother SHIELD.

    The group is brave, and dedicated, but they're small, and aside from Steve, there are hardly any superhumans on it -- they're not powerful enough to take on the new, corrupt, Brood-infested (maybe?) SHIELD by themselves, so they enlist first Captain Marvel, then Strange and the rest of our heroes -- not only to protect or enforce the will of the people, but to Avenge them (I almost made that sound clever not really).

    It might also be neat to have Maria Hill as a double-agent for Steve, acting like her bitchy Civil War-era "tout the party line" self when she's with SHIELD, but secretly being smart, funny, kind-hearted, and a badass, things only White Star can bring out of her.

    It's just an idea, but I like it. Of course if you don't, just say so and I'll drop it, no harm done. :)

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    • This is one badass idea...!

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    • Sounds great! Sorry I haven't been replying as much, I have my final university deadline this Friday. After that I'll have a lot more time.

      I'm going to write Captain Marvel to get the ball rolling, and introduce The alien threat that will later be used in the Avengers. Likely the Brood, but I haven't decided yet.

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    • I'm glad you both like it! I'm working on the Strange film; it'll likely be posted in installments just so I don't go crazy having to write in everything all at once and make it good.

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  • Here's my first draft of the Doctor Strange movie plot:

    Doctor Strange: Master oif the Mystic Arts is NOT an origin story. The structure is more like the 1989 Batman movie, with Strange still new to the job, but establishing himself as a sorcerer as the thrust of the main plot.

    Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is already a mystic student in Kamar-Taj at the start of the film, but not yet Master of the Mystic Arts. It does feature his origin, in flashbacks and nightmares, but the crux of it is devoted to the story of how he goes from a decent sorcerer to a great one.

    The New York Sanctum Sanctorum is breached and its master, Daniel Drumm, murdered. This is followed swiftly by the deaths of the Three Ancient Ones: Arianrhod (Tilda Swinton), Yao (Cary Higeyuki-Tagawa), and Hamir (Topo Wresniriwo), and the theft of the artifacts in their custody.
    These artifacts are the now-famous Regalia of the Sorcerer Supreme: The Cloak of Levitation, the Book of the Vishanti, and the Eye of Agamotto (which is a powerful divination and scrying tool, like it is in the comics, but does NOT possess the Time Gem or any time-related powers).

    Strange and his fellow sorcerers: Karl Mordo, Wong, and Tina Minoru (all with their cinematic casts) must investigate and find out who killed their beloved teachers, in the process fighting The Order Of He-Who-Sleeps. It is learned that this cult, who worships an Outer God from before the dawn of time, killed the Ancient Ones and stole their relics in order to use their power to revive their god.
    However, the Order can't use the artifacts for some reason, and so they turn to darker magics, searching for the Darkhold, the counterpart to the Book of the Vishanti and the most evil spellbook in all of creation. In the subsequent fight against the Order, we see the others' uniique weapons and powers, including Tina's Staff of One.

    Before they can claim victory, however, the cult leader, Belasco (Robert Knepper) invokes the Rite of Banishment, sending Strange and his alllies into the Realm of Nightmares, a dimension ruled by the demon called, fittingly enough, Nightmare (Jeremy Irons, or a CG model with his voice).
    Smooth, seductive, and sinister, Nightmare at first tries to tempt Strange off the path of justice, but then tortures everyone with their worst fears and failings, monsters and realms that beggar the imagination. Strange himself relives his past: the career he held as a neurosurgeon in New York, the car accident that maimed and traumatized him, and watches as, one by one, lives he would have saved as a doctor end withot him. He also sees horrors beyond imagining invade the world because of his failure as a sorcerer: ancient evils like Dormammu, Blackheart, and...in a brief, terrifying glimpse...Shuma-Gorath, whose monstrous, tentacled form covers the entire sky over Manhattan for a moment.

    Suddenly, the nightmares halt, and Strange is visited by spectres -- the apparitions of the Three Ancient Ones, his teachers. It is revealed that the Ancient Ones were not simply killed, but their souls were trapped in this horrific world, with the intent to drive them mad. But each of them has fought Nightmare before, and all of them together can hold him off...but not defeat him, not without Stephen's help. Stephen, guided by the souls, escapes the nightmares and  reunites with his friends, though Mordo and Tina seem somewhat changed by the experience.

    Finally, expending nearly all his power, Stephen saves the Ancient Ones' spirits, and they pass on peacefully, leaving behind portions of their own mystical energy as keys to the artifacts they once guarded. Fueled by their passing, and by his own trials and the strength they have given him, Stephen leads the sorcerers back to their home dimension, to finish what they started with the Order.

    Stephen and the other sorcerers eventually defeat the Order of He-Who-Sleeps and overpowering their lord, Belasco. Strange is about to strip him of his powers, when Tina and Mordo instead open a "stepping-disc", a circle of light, that sends him to another dimension. Strange is appalled, but forgives them, understanding how they suffered in Nightmare's realm.

    They return to Kamar-Taj, where Stephen takes on the mantle of New York's Sanctum Master. Keeping the Eye, the Cloak, and the Spell, he bids his friends farewell, and steps into his sanctum, with a dramatic long-shot of his back against the Mystic Window right before we cut to credits.

    MID-CREDITS STINGER: Strange is sitting at a massive crystal ball -- the Orb of Agamotto -- and seeing glimpses of events yet to come, threats that he cannot face alone...and friends and allies he has not yet met.

    But someone has to gather them. So he rises to his feet and swirls his Cloak about himself, ready to start the task of Assembling.

    POST-CREDITS STINGER: Tina Minoru and Karl Mordo are sitting cross-legged across from each other, chanting in a strange language. Abruptly, their eyes turn red, and green tentacles of energy spread from one to the other, as the phrase they repeat translates into English for the audience:

    SHUMA-GORATH IS COMING...SHUMA-GORATH IS COMING...

    (NOTE: I didn't use Shuma-Gorath himself as an antagonist for this film, because I want to save him for a Thanos-style Bigger Bad of the universe).

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    • That's fine, but one thing:

      The woman who goes with Doctor Strange is TINA Minoru, Nico's mother. Nico inherits the Staff of One from Tina when she dies -- either in this wave of movies or during the actual Shuma-Gorath battle itself.

      As for when it takes place -- yeah, I could see him being the Final Boss of Phase 2. We just have to keep epople invested, which is easy; anyone who can understands Lovecraft can grasp the broken, Things-Man-Was-Not-Meant-To-Know mindset of a follower of of Shuma-Gorath. We just work in references here and there -- maybe if we go with my Brood idea, the Brood infect a cultist of Shuma-Gorath and suddenly the religion starts spreading to them?

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    • ^I love that idea.

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  • I don't know if you're busy or something, but I was wondering if you could help out with the Community MCU. I have a few concerns for the project and I think that if anyone could help me out with it, it'd be you.

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    • what do you need? I'm happy to help, and I've been looking to get back into Marvel Fanon and Paragon ASAP.

      I am currently in the process of setting up my new life in a new city in the country, so things may be slow or fast, i can't promise anything with my new schedule or lack thereof, but I wan't to write again.

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    • Sorry for the late reply, but when you first messaged me about getting involved in the CMCU, you mentioned keeping track of the characters, keeping the overall plot moving forward, etc.

      I think that's the kind of stuff we really need help with right now, just in general. The project's kind of slowed down a bit, but I think once Iron Man: Sabbath is finished we should be able to get the ball rolling,

      But, yeah, I really feel I could use your help at the moment, with ideas and how to keep everything connected and how to avoid the project just becoming cluttered and all over the place. That's what really took down all the other universes, was them losing momentum.

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    • Are you still interested in working on this project? If you've just been taking a break or something or you aren't interested in the project anymore it's fine.

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  • Will you add alternate universe numbers to your projects which don't have them (like your All-New All-Different Marvel)? I'd love to include them in databases if at all possible.

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  • I was wondering if you were alright switching "Marvel Reforged" and "Earth-RFGD" in the page names?

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  • I feel like bringing back FMCU do you approve.

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  • I'm kinda new at creating wikipedia pages, but that is one of my many fanfic ideas. I also have a marvel avengers alliance fanfic on the marvel avengers alliance fanfic universe wikia that is connected to this. Well i am kinda inexiperienced i guess. So yeah i can take criticism.

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  • The Paragon summit is happening now

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