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Is this Black Lightning's Earth, Lois saw this earth die, and at the same time Pariah got Black Lighning of his world as it was destroyed? Chasemarc (talk) 11:11, January 10, 2020 (UTC)

It is possible to ASSUME this. However, at the rate at which earths were being destroyed at this time, that is a very high assumption. Watch the episode again, there is nothing proving that Earth-73 and Earth-BL are the same. $\int$ IHH dt    3:38, Sep 22, 2020 (UTC)
except at the time Lois stated only 7 earths were left, then BL showed up, and later at Ivy U it was stated Earth 1 was the only one left. if you look at Lois' screen earth 73 is destroyed, then Pariah brings BL as if it happened at the same time (destroyed earth/BL arrived) Chasemarc (talk) 19:41, January 10, 2020 (UTC)
Again, that is high speculation. I will point you to your own words "as if it happened". No definitive proof that they are the same earths. $\int$ IHH dt    3:38, Sep 22, 2020 (UTC)
Well, if we can assign a number based on what we saw on the show, that's better than giving it a fan number. If all Earths have to be named "Earth-#" and can't use conjectural titles like "Unidentified Earth" or "Black Lightning's Earth", we'd might as well try to deduce which Earth Black Lightning's from based on the timing of his arrival. And besides, Earth-73 was already leaked as Black Lightning's Earth, and if Jefferson Pierce showed up on the Waverider right when Earth-73 was destroyed, that pretty much implies Earth-73 was his Earth. SeanWheeler (talk) 05:42, January 19, 2020 (UTC)
It would still be speculation to assume it was 73. But, yeah, I don't like the fact that we are using fan-made names, such as Earth-BL and Earth-DCEU, either.Ninja72 (talk) 13:15, January 19, 2020 (UTC)
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