FANDOM

Elledy92

aka Lorenzo

  • I live in Rome, Italy
  • I was born on February 21
  • My occupation is Art Student
  • I am Male
A FANDOM user
  Loading editor
  • I noticed you undid another editor's revision because the battle was on the Rainbow Bridge & not the Bifrost Bridge. But the article here: http://marvelcinematicuniverse.wikia.com/wiki/Duel_at_the_Bifrost_Bridge is about the duel on the same location years prior but is listed as the Bifrost Bridge. What's more, is that book in Thor (2011) refers to Rainbow Bridge & Bifrost Bridge as one and the same.

      Loading editor
    • View all 6 replies
    • Elledy92 wrote:
      Murali9395 wrote:
      It should be Battle ON the Rainbow Bridge, not Battle AT. Same with "Duel at the Bifrost Bridge"... although that technically needs to be renamed to Duel ON the RAINBOW Bridge.
      According to the Naming Policy, it should be Battle of the Rainbow Bridge, because it took place on a large open area.

      And his definitevely not  a Duel, since is between many characters and more of two armies.

      I never said it was a duel?

        Loading editor
    • Murali9395 wrote:
      Elledy92 wrote:
      Murali9395 wrote:
      It should be Battle ON the Rainbow Bridge, not Battle AT. Same with "Duel at the Bifrost Bridge"... although that technically needs to be renamed to Duel ON the RAINBOW Bridge.
      According to the Naming Policy, it should be Battle of the Rainbow Bridge, because it took place on a large open area.

      And his definitevely not  a Duel, since is between many characters and more of two armies.

      I never said it was a duel?

      My mistake, i confused the two discussions.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • I don't who put the Celestial appearance in the Infinity War page but I think it's referring to Peter Quill since he is half-Celestial and is counted as a Celestial Hybrid on their page. Not a big deal whether that qualifies for the Celestial link being on the page or not I think.

      Loading editor
    • I'm not sure if i understood, but Quill qualifies partially as a Celestial, so the "Celestials" tag on both Avengers IW and Avengers 4 pages is correct.

        Loading editor
    • Elledy92 wrote:
      I'm not sure if i understood, but Quill qualifies partially as a Celestial, so the "Celestials" tag on both Avengers IW and Avengers 4 pages is correct.

      That's what I mean and that's why the Celexstial tag was put on the page I think.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Hi there, I noticed that you stated that the dragon in Thor: Ragnarok wasn't the same species as the Dragons in Defenders. So what species should we put it under as?

      Loading editor
    • A different race of Dragons native of Muspellheim (while the other are native of K'un-Lun plane). Like in the comics, there seems to be different species refered to as dragons, and K'un-Lun dragons and Muspellheim Dragon are extremely different from one another.

      To be fair, "Fire Dragon" is just a stand-in name, we have to wait the Artbook to see what is the "official name" of the creature.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • While I agree that his fate in the movie is up for debate, I have reached out to Taika Waititi for clarification. I suggest that, until he or someone at Marvel clarifies what happened to him after the end of Ragnarok, we leave it as Unknown since we don't know the full extent of his powers and if he was able to survive what happened at the end of the movie. I am not saying he is alive, I'm just saying we don't really know. It's not like other characters who have clearly perished. Surtur's case is similar to Red Skull's for that matter.

      Loading editor
    • View all 6 replies
    • Bridgetterocks wrote:
      The explosion scene is cut short with Korg’s dialogue, so nothing about it is really evident. I think there isn’t enough proof to claim he is either dead or alive, and that unknown is the middle ground. However, I suggest we wait until there’s some clarification or more people watch the movie (once it premieres in the US) and are able to weight in.

      You can notice Surtur dissolved in the exlosion of Asgard's body planet before it cut's to Korg. I watched the movie three time already to be sure. There is more to be said that is dead instead of being alive. If Taika Waititi or Feige will state something about it, Surtur's status could be changed.

        Loading editor
    • I’ve seen it twice paying close attention as well, but I don’t see it as clearly as you.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Elledy can you do me a favour about these extremis soldiers? Because I need to find faces of the actors who are playing as soldiers of extremis.

      Loading editor
    • What kind of favour?

        Loading editor
    • because i need to add image of every faces of extremis soldiers from the roxxon ship (some of them are far and some are close due to the filming camera) to the list of minor characters because i need to recognise there appearances, heres an example:

        Loading editor
    • I'll so what i can do, but i don't have a digital copy of Iron Man 3 at the moment.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Hi, I saw that you removed my additions to Tessa Thompson's page with her MCU connections.  If you look at Tom Hiddleston's page and others, he has connections to MCU people in non-MCU films.  I'm a little confused about the criteria for that.

      Loading editor
  • hello  . red skull is not dead but was transported to another dimension because of the stone. we clearly see a portal

      Loading editor
  • Sif is not going to be in Ragnorak.

      Loading editor
  • strongly that other celestial appear (already essex the searcher)
    
      Loading editor
  • Care to explain this?

      Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message