Justice Lords (DCAU)

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Years later, [[Brainiac (DCAU)|Brainiac]] and Lex Luthor called [[Dark Heart (DCAU)|robot]] constructs of the Justice Lords into being to battle their counterparts, with a previously-unseen [[Flash]] among them. The constructs were eventually destroyed in the ensuing battle.
 
Years later, [[Brainiac (DCAU)|Brainiac]] and Lex Luthor called [[Dark Heart (DCAU)|robot]] constructs of the Justice Lords into being to battle their counterparts, with a previously-unseen [[Flash]] among them. The constructs were eventually destroyed in the ensuing battle.
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After being returned to their own dimension and taken into custody. It was revealed that the effects of the Power Disruptor were not permeant and the Lords powers returned. They eventually took control of all major cities once again with all members now taking the titles of Lord and Lady before their names. The Justice Lords influence extended to to the year 2040 where it was revealed after a visit to the Lords Universe by [[Terry McGinnis]] that Lord Superman killed Lord Batman for his betrayal and ensured every major city had a large statue of him to show the population what happens those who challenge the Justice Lords. They also had a number of reserve members to assist them whenever needed.
   
 
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Kara Zor-L (Earth-Two)

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Power Girl was shown to have been working under the guise of [[Nightwing]] in the separated Kryptonian city of New [[Kandor]]. Kara-L was working alongside her dimensional counterpart, [[Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)|Supergirl]], who had adopted the alias of [[Flamebird]] while on New Kandor. When they left New Kandor, Kara-L and Supergirl had revealed that the supporter of the cult of the Saturn Queen was not the Primary Earth Superman but [[Ultraman]] operating under the guise of Superman’s identity. After exposing Ultraman, Supergirl decided to leave New Kandor. Power Girl wanted to stay and overthrow them completely. Supergirl dragged Power Girl out of New Kandor, which led to a strain between the two. Power Girl went on to help re-form the current roster of the [[Justice Society of America]], where she was elected Chairperson of the team. She is helped the Earth-22 Superman adjust to life on New Earth and worked to come to grips with the death of her cousin Kal-L.
 
Power Girl was shown to have been working under the guise of [[Nightwing]] in the separated Kryptonian city of New [[Kandor]]. Kara-L was working alongside her dimensional counterpart, [[Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)|Supergirl]], who had adopted the alias of [[Flamebird]] while on New Kandor. When they left New Kandor, Kara-L and Supergirl had revealed that the supporter of the cult of the Saturn Queen was not the Primary Earth Superman but [[Ultraman]] operating under the guise of Superman’s identity. After exposing Ultraman, Supergirl decided to leave New Kandor. Power Girl wanted to stay and overthrow them completely. Supergirl dragged Power Girl out of New Kandor, which led to a strain between the two. Power Girl went on to help re-form the current roster of the [[Justice Society of America]], where she was elected Chairperson of the team. She is helped the Earth-22 Superman adjust to life on New Earth and worked to come to grips with the death of her cousin Kal-L.
   
When confronting the super-being known as [[Gog I|Gog]], Power Girl was sent to the parallel Earth known as [[Earth-2]] as part of Gog’s understanding of “sending her home.” Thinking she had somehow returned to her home reality of [[Earth-Two]], she sought to adapt to life there with the counterparts to her long dead (and historically erased) friends. But she noticed several major differences to her own reality in the form of [[Helena Wayne (Earth-2)|Helena Wayne]], who was going to murder the Earth-2 Joker. Kara took the brunt of the Joker’s electrical attack, preventing Helena from actually doing the deed and saving Helena from making a terrible mistake. However, Helena immediately sided with the long missing Earth-2 [[Kara Zor-L (Earth-2)|Power Girl]] who brutalized Kara Zor-L. Escaping, Power Girl defeated her crazed doppelganger from Earth-2 before being defeated by a mental attack from Brainwave Jr., who revealed to the JSI that the two Power Girls were in fact the same person up to a point. The coming of the JSA with Starman, eased the situation, and the JSA took their leave of Earth-2 with their Power Girl in tow. Starman revealed to Stargirl that the JSI would play a significant role in Power Girl’s future.
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When confronting the super-being known as [[Gog I|Gog]], Power Girl was sent to the parallel Earth known as [[Earth-2]] as part of Gog’s understanding of “sending her home.” Thinking she had somehow returned to her home reality of [[Earth-Two]], she sought to adapt to life there with the counterparts to her long dead (and historically erased) friends. But she noticed several major differences to her own reality in the form of [[Helena Wayne (Earth-2)|Helena Wayne]], who was going to murder the Earth-2 Joker. Kara took the brunt of the Joker’s electrical attack, preventing Helena from actually doing the deed and saving Helena from making a terrible mistake. However, Helena immediately sided with the long missing Earth-2 [[Kara Zor-L (Earth-2)|Power Girl]] who brutalized Kara Zor-L. Escaping, Power Girl defeated her crazed doppelganger from Earth-2 before being felled by a mental attack from Brainwave Jr., who revealed to the JSI that the two Power Girls were in fact the same person up to a point. The coming of the JSA with Starman, eased the situation, and the JSA took their leave of Earth-2 with their Power Girl in tow. Starman revealed to Stargirl that the JSI would play a significant role in Power Girl’s future.
   
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Power Girl was trying to avoid fighting her unbalanced Earth-2 counterpart and her associates of the [[Justice Society Infinity (Earth-2)|Justice Society Infinity]] as she sought to return to her adopted reality and friends.
   
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Once back in the [[New Earth]] reality, Power Girl resumed her position as leader of the JSA. She also began devoting more time to her old R&D firm, [[Starrware Labs]]. <ref>”[[Power Girl Vol 2 1|Power Girl (Volume 2) #1]]”</ref> She has since resigned as leader of the full JSA team and has formed a subset team known as the JSA All Stars which she leads composed of the younger members of the full JSA team including [[Magog]], until a clash of attitudes lead her to kick him off the team.
   
Once back in the [[New Earth]] reality, Power Girl resumed her position as leader of the JSA. She also began devoting more time to her old R&D firm, [[Starrware Labs]]. <ref>”[[Power Girl Vol 2 1|Power Girl (Volume 2) #1]]”</ref> Kara has since resigned as leader of the full JSA team and has formed a subset team known as the JSA All Stars which she leads composed of the younger members of the full JSA team including [[Magog]], until their conflicting attitudes lead her to kick him off the team.
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Around the same time she struck up a friendship with the young superheroine [[Atlee (New_Earth)|Atlee]] aka Terra III, who served as her sidekick in confrontations with several villains including [[Gerhard Shugel (New Earth)|Ultra-Humanite]] during his attempts to take over Power Girl’s body to gain her immense power, even temporary gaining control of Terra’s as part of one of his plans until Power Girl defeated him and restored her young friend to her rightful body with the help of Atlee’s people.
 
Around the same time Kara struck up a friendship with the young superheroine [[Atlee (New_Earth)|Atlee]] aka Terra III, who served as her sidekick. Together they met in numerous confrontations with several villains including [[Gerhard Shugel (New Earth)|Ultra-Humanite]]who attempts to take over Power Girl’s body to gain her immense power; nearly succeeding as he temporary gained control of Terra’s body until Power Girl defeated him and restored her friend Atlee to her body with the help of Atlee’s people.
 
   
 
Kara was recently fighting against her resurrected [[Lois Lane (Earth-Two)|"aunt" Black Lantern Lois Lane-Kent]] of [[Pre Crisis]] [[Earth-Two]], who is seeking to kill the [[Martha Kent (New Earth)|New Earth Martha Kent]] and [[Lois Lane (New Earth)|Lois Lane-Kent]] and uncle Kal-L. She was instrumental in completely destroying Kal-L’s corpse so it could not ever again be used as a weapon in the future as it was by Nekron. Though that destruction also meant Kal-L’s body was forever destroyed and not returned to its grave on New Earth.
 
Kara was recently fighting against her resurrected [[Lois Lane (Earth-Two)|"aunt" Black Lantern Lois Lane-Kent]] of [[Pre Crisis]] [[Earth-Two]], who is seeking to kill the [[Martha Kent (New Earth)|New Earth Martha Kent]] and [[Lois Lane (New Earth)|Lois Lane-Kent]] and uncle Kal-L. She was instrumental in completely destroying Kal-L’s corpse so it could not ever again be used as a weapon in the future as it was by Nekron. Though that destruction also meant Kal-L’s body was forever destroyed and not returned to its grave on New Earth.
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Damian Wayne (Prime Earth)

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{{main|Batman Incorporated: Demon Star}}
 
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Bruce and Damian begin working together against his mother [[Talia al Ghul (Prime Earth)|Talia]], revealed as the head of [[Leviathan Organization|Leviathan]]. During a fight in a meat factory, he converts to vegetarianism and adopts a pet named [[Bat-Cow (Prime Earth)|Bat-Cow]]. He is believed dead when he’s shot in the head by an assassin named [[Goatboy (Prime Earth)|Goatboy]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #1}}</ref> It’s revealed that Talia has created another clone as his replacement, the obedient fully-grown [[Heretic (New Earth)|Heretic]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #2}}</ref> Robin is shown to have faked his death, and is confined to the Batcave at Batman’s orders. To avoid the bounty on his head, he begins using the name [[Redbird]] and switches to a new costume.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #3}}</ref> This allows him to team up with [[Jason Todd (Prime Earth)|Jason Todd]], who is using the [[Wingman]] identity. They work together with [[Batman Incorporated]] to take down the [[League of Assassins (New Earth)|League of Assassins]]‘ top killers. However, Batman tells Damian he has to quit crime-fighting altogether.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #4}}</ref> Bruce reveals that he has seen Damian’s future, as told through ”[[Batman in Bethlehem]]”. If Damian doesn’t retire, his actions will lead to a plague that forces the President to nuke Gotham.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #5}}</ref> Batman Incorporated fights Leviathan in the streets, while Damian is forced to stay inside. [[Alfred Pennyworth (Prime Earth)|Alfred Pennyworth]] gets him a cat to take care of, who he also names [[Alfred the Cat (Prime Earth)|Alfred]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #6}}</ref> Damian refuses to stay home while his allies are dying, and Alfred allows him to leave knowing he can’t be stopped.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #7}}</ref> He flies his exo-skeleton into the center of the battle, where Leviathan has taken over [[Wayne Tower]]. He neutralizes the child soldiers, and teams up with [[Richard Grayson (New Earth)|Dick Grayson]] to take down the remaining assassins. The Heretic flings Grayson aside, and challenges Damian to a sword-fight. Despite his bravery and refusal to give up, Damian is impaled through the chest and killed.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #8}}</ref>
 
Bruce and Damian begin working together against his mother [[Talia al Ghul (Prime Earth)|Talia]], revealed as the head of [[Leviathan Organization|Leviathan]]. During a fight in a meat factory, he converts to vegetarianism and adopts a pet named [[Bat-Cow (Prime Earth)|Bat-Cow]]. He is believed dead when he’s shot in the head by an assassin named [[Goatboy (Prime Earth)|Goatboy]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #1}}</ref> It’s revealed that Talia has created another clone as his replacement, the obedient fully-grown [[Heretic (New Earth)|Heretic]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #2}}</ref> Robin is shown to have faked his death, and is confined to the Batcave at Batman’s orders. To avoid the bounty on his head, he begins using the name [[Redbird]] and switches to a new costume.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #3}}</ref> This allows him to team up with [[Jason Todd (Prime Earth)|Jason Todd]], who is using the [[Wingman]] identity. They work together with [[Batman Incorporated]] to take down the [[League of Assassins (New Earth)|League of Assassins]]‘ top killers. However, Batman tells Damian he has to quit crime-fighting altogether.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #4}}</ref> Bruce reveals that he has seen Damian’s future, as told through ”[[Batman in Bethlehem]]”. If Damian doesn’t retire, his actions will lead to a plague that forces the President to nuke Gotham.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #5}}</ref> Batman Incorporated fights Leviathan in the streets, while Damian is forced to stay inside. [[Alfred Pennyworth (Prime Earth)|Alfred Pennyworth]] gets him a cat to take care of, who he also names [[Alfred the Cat (Prime Earth)|Alfred]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #6}}</ref> Damian refuses to stay home while his allies are dying, and Alfred allows him to leave knowing he can’t be stopped.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #7}}</ref> He flies his exo-skeleton into the center of the battle, where Leviathan has taken over [[Wayne Tower]]. He neutralizes the child soldiers, and teams up with [[Richard Grayson (New Earth)|Dick Grayson]] to take down the remaining assassins. The Heretic flings Grayson aside, and challenges Damian to a sword-fight. Despite his bravery and refusal to give up, Damian is impaled through the chest and killed.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #8}}</ref>
He was laid to rest next to his mother in [[Wayne Manor]]‘s Cementary. However both their bodies were stolen by Ra’s al Ghul with the intention to revive both Talia and Damian.
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==Possible Futures==
 
{{seealso|Possible Futures}}
 
{{seealso|Possible Futures}}
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Military Comics Vol 1 1


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| Synopsis3 = Captain “Wild Bill” Dunn, an American engineer attached to a British Army unit in Ethiopia is the sole survivor of an ambush. He is found and cared for by a young Australian, Boomerang Jones, another sole survivor of the 25th ANZACs. Both units have been wiped out by a race of superbeings living in a nearby volcano. Dunn puts his engineering skills to work and, using parts from a junkyard full of wrecked military equipment, builds a vehicle with amazing capabilities, the [[Blue Tracer]]. He also puts together a super-hero costume and, with Boomerang as his sidekick, fights the evil enemy.
 
| Synopsis3 = Captain “Wild Bill” Dunn, an American engineer attached to a British Army unit in Ethiopia is the sole survivor of an ambush. He is found and cared for by a young Australian, Boomerang Jones, another sole survivor of the 25th ANZACs. Both units have been wiped out by a race of superbeings living in a nearby volcano. Dunn puts his engineering skills to work and, using parts from a junkyard full of wrecked military equipment, builds a vehicle with amazing capabilities, the [[Blue Tracer]]. He also puts together a super-hero costume and, with Boomerang as his sidekick, fights the evil enemy.
 
| Synopsis4 = Archie Atkins, desert scout, and two other British soldiers are saved from hostile Arab tribesman by a goat. They then join some Free French troops and go back to soundly defeat the tribesman. But when they get back to the British camp, the goat butts their commander and Archie and his friends are in trouble again.
 
| Synopsis4 = Archie Atkins, desert scout, and two other British soldiers are saved from hostile Arab tribesman by a goat. They then join some Free French troops and go back to soundly defeat the tribesman. But when they get back to the British camp, the goat butts their commander and Archie and his friends are in trouble again.
| Synopsis5 = Two wannabe fliers take their homebuilt airplane into an Army formation and do pretty well until the wings fall off. They parachute to the ground and just happen to land on some German agents, thus becoming heroes by accident. They do subdue the agents with some solid punches before the Army shows up to take over.
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| Synopsis5 = Two wannabe fliers take their home-built airplane into an Army formation and do pretty well until the wings fall off. They parachute to the ground and just happen to land on some German agents, thus becoming heroes by accident. They do subdue the agents with some solid punches before the Army shows up to take over.
| Synopsis6 = German sleeper agents take over an American battleship at sea and maroons the crew on a deserted island. Meanwhile, a rich playboy son of a senator hire a boat to follow his pet eagle out to sea. The eagle leads him to the stranded sailors and together they recapture the battleship.
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| Synopsis6 = German sleeper agents take over an American battleship at sea and maroons the crew on a deserted island. Meanwhile, a rich playboy son of a senator hires a boat to follow his pet eagle out to sea. The eagle leads him to the stranded sailors and together they recapture the battleship.
 
| Synopsis7 = A US government agent recruits a team of convicts to help him fight the Nazis in Europe.
 
| Synopsis7 = A US government agent recruits a team of convicts to help him fight the Nazis in Europe.
| Synopsis8 = A young woman named Joan wonders about the good that could be done if one had the powers of the Statue of Liberty. The Statue comes to her in a dream and gives her powers. Soon, she is using her magical powers to fight enemy agents. Though still in civies, she is already calling herself Miss America.
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| Synopsis8 = A young woman named Joan wonders about the good that could be done if one had the powers of the Statue of Liberty. The Statue comes to her in a dream and gives her powers. Soon, she is using her magical powers to fight enemy agents. Though still in civvies, she is already calling herself Miss America.
 
| Synopsis9 = An American sailing ship (called a “schooner” even though it is drawn as a square-rigged clipper) is outfitted as a disguised warship, a Q-Ship, to fight German naval forces in the North Atlantic and protect convoys.
 
| Synopsis9 = An American sailing ship (called a “schooner” even though it is drawn as a square-rigged clipper) is outfitted as a disguised warship, a Q-Ship, to fight German naval forces in the North Atlantic and protect convoys.
   

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Damian Wayne (Prime Earth)

Batman Incorporated


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{{main|Batman Incorporated: Demon Star}}
 
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Bruce and Damian begin working together against his mother [[Talia al Ghul (Prime Earth)|Talia]], revealed as the head of [[Leviathan Organization|Leviathan]]. During a fight in a meat factory, he converts to vegetarianism and adopts a pet named [[Bat-Cow (Prime Earth)|Bat-Cow]]. He is believed dead when he’s shot in the head by an assassin named [[Goatboy (Prime Earth)|Goatboy]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #1}}</ref> It’s revealed that Talia has created another clone as his replacement, the obedient fully-grown [[Heretic (New Earth)|Heretic]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #2}}</ref> Robin is shown to have faked his death, and is confined to the Batcave at Batman’s orders. To avoid the bounty on his head, he begins using the name [[Redbird]] and switches to a new costume.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #3}}</ref> This allows him to team up with [[Jason Todd (Prime Earth)|Jason Todd]], who is using the [[Wingman]] identity. They work together with [[Batman Incorporated]] to take down the [[League of Assassins (New Earth)|League of Assassins]]‘ top killers. However, Batman tells Damian he has to quit crime-fighting altogether.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #4}}</ref> Bruce reveals that he has seen Damian’s future, as told through ”[[Batman in Bethlehem]]”. If Damian doesn’t retire, his actions will lead to a plague that forces the President to nuke Gotham.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #5}}</ref> Batman Incorporated fights Leviathan in the streets, while Damian is forced to stay inside. [[Alfred Pennyworth (Prime Earth)|Alfred Pennyworth]] gets him a cat to take care of, who he also names [[Alfred the Cat (Prime Earth)|Alfred]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #6}}</ref> Damian refuses to stay home while his allies are dying, and Alfred allows him to leave knowing he can’t be stopped.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #7}}</ref> He flies his exo-skeleton into the center of the battle, where Leviathan has taken over [[Wayne Tower]]. He neutralizes the child soldiers, and teams up with [[Richard Grayson (New Earth)|Dick Grayson]] to take down the remaining assassins. The Heretic flings Grayson aside, and challenges Damian to a sword-fight. Despite his bravery and refusal to give up, Damian is impaled through the chest and killed.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #8}}</ref>
 
Bruce and Damian begin working together against his mother [[Talia al Ghul (Prime Earth)|Talia]], revealed as the head of [[Leviathan Organization|Leviathan]]. During a fight in a meat factory, he converts to vegetarianism and adopts a pet named [[Bat-Cow (Prime Earth)|Bat-Cow]]. He is believed dead when he’s shot in the head by an assassin named [[Goatboy (Prime Earth)|Goatboy]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #1}}</ref> It’s revealed that Talia has created another clone as his replacement, the obedient fully-grown [[Heretic (New Earth)|Heretic]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #2}}</ref> Robin is shown to have faked his death, and is confined to the Batcave at Batman’s orders. To avoid the bounty on his head, he begins using the name [[Redbird]] and switches to a new costume.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #3}}</ref> This allows him to team up with [[Jason Todd (Prime Earth)|Jason Todd]], who is using the [[Wingman]] identity. They work together with [[Batman Incorporated]] to take down the [[League of Assassins (New Earth)|League of Assassins]]‘ top killers. However, Batman tells Damian he has to quit crime-fighting altogether.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #4}}</ref> Bruce reveals that he has seen Damian’s future, as told through ”[[Batman in Bethlehem]]”. If Damian doesn’t retire, his actions will lead to a plague that forces the President to nuke Gotham.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #5}}</ref> Batman Incorporated fights Leviathan in the streets, while Damian is forced to stay inside. [[Alfred Pennyworth (Prime Earth)|Alfred Pennyworth]] gets him a cat to take care of, who he also names [[Alfred the Cat (Prime Earth)|Alfred]].<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #6}}</ref> Damian refuses to stay home while his allies are dying, and Alfred allows him to leave knowing he can’t be stopped.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #7}}</ref> He flies his exo-skeleton into the center of the battle, where Leviathan has taken over [[Wayne Tower]]. He neutralizes the child soldiers, and teams up with [[Richard Grayson (New Earth)|Dick Grayson]] to take down the remaining assassins. The Heretic flings Grayson aside, and challenges Damian to a sword-fight. Despite his bravery and refusal to give up, Damian is impaled through the chest and killed.<ref>{{c|Batman Incorporated Vol 2 #8}}</ref>
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He was laid to rest next to his mother in [[Wayne Manor]]‘s Cementary. However both their bodies were stolen by Ra’s al Ghul with the intention to revive both Talia and Damian.
 
==Possible Futures==
 
==Possible Futures==
 
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{{seealso|Possible Futures}}
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