Shouldn't Lucifer's status say "presumed deceased"? He's the devil and has places to go, not sure if he would let himself die so wouldn't he go to hell or unlikely heaven? They are different planes of existence so I don't think they would be affected by the Anti-Monitor's erasure.
So since it's revealed that his scene was before his show started, wouldn't this mean that he's alive since he's basically post-Crisis at this point in time? Or would that be amended after Crisis is over in 2020?
- Crisis' anti-matter wave destroyed Past, Present, and Future thats what pariah said.
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I think "Presumed Deceased" at the very least based on this: 1: If this is truley set before Lucifer TV and is still part of the continuity. Lucifer states that the only way to permantly kill a celestial is useing Azreal's Blade or The Flaming Sword, otherwise if you somehow managed to kill a Celestial they just get back to Heaven or Hell. 2: Lucifer is entirely aware of the Multiverse hinting towards Heaven, Hell and Purgatory being separate from the multiverse, this is further backed up by the fact they are able to get to Oliver Queens Purgatory despite him not dying in Earth-666. 3: If 1 and 2 are true then it's very likely that Lucfier was just sent back to Hell whilst awaiting the Universes to be reset. This could even tie in to why Amenadiel asks Lucifer to return to Hell in episode 1 despite being on Earth for 5 years. His Universe got restored so he just got back to Earth. TheOneEyedOne (talk) 00:00, December 23, 2019 (UTC)
Lucifer's "other appearances"
Since this is the same Lucifer Morningstar aka the Devil from the series, doesn't this technically mean he was mentioned in other Arrowverse shows every time someone said: "The Devil" ??? --Jourdon (talk) 04:58, December 29, 2019 (UTC)
I think it is more likely that it was referring to the First of the Fallen rather than Lucifer, since we know that the First of the Fallen exists in the Arrowverse.Ninja72 (talk) 07:58, December 29, 2019 (UTC)