I understand the timelines now

I get it.

Something happens in history.

Like the Marcus Garvey person I didn’t know about.

In real life in August of 1920 he was a part of a parade and a big celebration in Harlem.

Pan-africanism.

In real life it happened.

But in what Bram is saying is Timeline 2, The Blue Scorpion guy came and killed many people.

And in Timeline 3 the crab man guy named Finton Bates came in and stopped Timeline 2 from happening.

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