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  • Hi. I've been thinking a lot about the concepts and terms we used ever since the event of the Crisis crossover and I strongly want to argue that the new Earths's page should be referred to and listed as Post-Crisis universes for example, I think Earth-2 (new multiverse) should be named Earth-2 (Post-Crisis)

    My reason for this is because

    1. Earth-Prime is referred to by name as a "Post Crisis" world on The Flash by Killer Frost so technically it's an official term rather than "(new multiverse)" that sounds and feels more of a conjectural title in comparison to Post-Crisis

    2. On our Multiverse page, we have a section called "Post-Crisis" with every rebooted Earth we know listed.

    3. The DC Database wiki also uses the "Post-Crisis" term and concept to describe earths, realities, or events taking place in DC Comics following the Crisis event.

    It feel more official and authentic to refer to the pages as such, right?

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    • Yea, I believe the argument was that the crisis was still going on after the multiverse was rebirthed, but as post crisis has been used in-universe, you're free to start a public discussion on it.

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    • TimeShade wrote: Yea, I believe the argument was that the crisis was still going on after the multiverse was rebirthed, but as post crisis has been used in-universe, you're free to start a public discussion on it.

      I started a discussion but no one came and gave input, I guess it's because forums have been inactive. I really think this is a change that needs to be made due to the one crucial piece of evidence I found in-universe, should I approach the other Admins and see what they think about the matter?

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    • I'll bring it up to them.

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    • thanks man.

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