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  • Hey there, I just figured I should give you a heads up that we're discussing the edit regarding Kid Flash going into the Speed Force over on his talk page.

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  • Wow! Who is that in the picture?

    It looks like Flash.

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  • You've got to help me figure out this Assassination ability you've created. I didn't mind at first, but now I'm thinking, "Isn't every assassin theoretically good at assassination?"

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    • Yeah I see what you're saying. So far I've added the premiere assassins I could think of, but I was unsure about adding more from the assassins category, since I don't have references for them. Do you think it would be better if we got rid of it?

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    • It was a good idea, but, yeah, it just feels redundant to me. I hope you understand.

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    • yeah no problem, I understand.

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  • Technically, in the comics, when Barry Allen was in the Crisis on Infinite Earths, he runs so fast that he turns into pure Speed Force energy and goes back in time to give his past self superspeed. That is how Barry acquired his powers. He never went to Wayne Manor to gain superspeed. Barry's future self is the reason he even has superspeed in the first place.

    ~TheFlash700

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  • There isn't any evidence that Barry is using electromagnetism to manipulate his mask it looks more like how august made his Godspeed costume out of the speed force.

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    • Even if he did run ftl, he was still aided by the treadmill.

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    • Okay but still in issue 6 and 7 it says when Barry approaches light speed he is running at 80% Elias says this when fighting captain cold he opens a wormhole at 100% so he was running at speed of light then so even if the treadmill helped (which I don't think it did but that's a difference of opinions) he still has run at at least light speed before.

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  • Barry has run faster than light he evacuated Tokyo in 30 seconds Tokyo has 13.62 million people in it he would have to be running faster than light to evacuate them.

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    • Which Wally West feat are you referring to? And unless someone does the calculations to prove he is moving faster than light, we should leave that out. Although I think "Barry was able to evacuate the city of Tokyo (which has a population of 16.32 million) in just thirty seconds." is a good addition in itself to describe his speed. Honestly I don't believe he would have to be moving at the speed of light, let alone several times it to evacuate the city. Someone moving at the speed of light could go all the way around the equator approximately 7.5 times in one second, so I don't think it really adds up.

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    • I was refereeing to the nuke feat for wally. and I think Barry would have to be moving faster than light to evacuate them. though I'm not sure how to calculate the exact speed do you think you could do it or know anyone who could.

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  • Thank you so much for acknowledging my humble little skill category. You're the first user outside myself to add a character.

    I'm stoked just to have anyone add it with citation, but if you really want to make me happy, is it possible to also add a brief description of how Max Mercury utilises it? Not necessary I'm just really curious. Thanks again.

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  • Good work on that beta page. That should save us some time.

    Now, about the possibility of it becoming public, it should be handled with care. Waiting 2 years until everything in Rebirth is developed is silly and not practical. However, we'd like to have a page with a clear explanation as to how Wally got trapped before he returned. That doesn't mean we need all the answers, but just one simple logical explanation, which so far, DC has failed to deliver. The point of that is to give people a clear idea of what happened to Wally and how he really came to be. So far in the beta page, we are still assuming that Kadabra was entirely responsible for his disappearance, which is not true after the events of The Flash (Volume 5) #9.

    That said, I do believe that the longer we should wait is until the end of this year and no more. If by then, we're still in the dark about this, then we proceed with the moving anyway.

    Once again, good job on that page. It shall be very useful.

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    • No, thats only for New Earth Wally. I believe we should better start a new sequence. If the new picture has Wally in his Flash costume, upload it as "Flash Wallace West Prime Earth 001". This will help differentiate it from Kid Flash.

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    • got it.

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  • Hey. I will have to ask you to stop copying the "synopsis" for the various comics you've created. We don't like to use copied content, not even from DC's official website.

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    • Sorry about that. Thought it would be okay since it was from the comic solicitations. My bad, won't happen again.

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    • Also, in my opinion, we don't really need pages for comics that haven"t yet been pubished. I wouldn't create a page for a comic more than a few days in advance. We're a database, not a PR firm. We don't need pages for everything DC solicits three months in advance.

      Sorry for the rant, but it's a pet peeve. DrJohnnyDiablo (talk) 11:19, July 29, 2016 (UTC)

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    • It's understandable. IMO, probably a month in advance is more than enough. There's no real need to create pages for comics that have not been released.

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