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The Mysterion paradoxon?
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I'm totally confused by all these different space factions and universes on mocpages. There are many groups aside COP and UNE, and most stories don't fit together. Another problem is, that some aren't accepted officially, like MAOX in the COPthing. So GGW was recent created. But where are the Mysterions? To answer this question some points:

-I'm proud to say, that Mysterions are the only faction accepted in every universe. They are in COPwiki (although i never found any mentioning of them in any COP or UNE storyline) and also in MAOXwiki, which is part of GGW, too.
-I don't know, where your objects are set and i have not the right to command or judge it.
-Looking at my own comic series, MAOX is a part although the official MAOXwiki doesn't allow me to use something like an earth alliance. (Not developed much here but still a functional government without a current war, on other side a similiar design like UNE)

Possible solution:
Mysterions are mysterious, so why we don't just say, all these universes are alternated ones with different timelines? (like Star Trek 11+) So, different factions can meet them. The problem is, that the U.M.R.C. has different backgrounds then. The good thing would be, that i could make an episode, where a Mysterion jumps between these ones:)

What do you think? Where are your encounters set? Where are we official? If you agree with my "Mysterion-paradoxon" (They appears in every timeline, maybe can jump) we should add this to our rules as official statement.

P.S.: Why all space creators want to destroy the earth or at least have it small and conquered? No optimists on Mocpages?
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| September 27, 2009, 8:47 pm
I think it's a scream for attention myself; loudly shouting into the night because the possibility that earth might be completely insignificant is too terrifying to contemplate.

They're happy to be inferior, as long as they're important somehow.

Much like alien abductions; "I'm so important, the aliens came all this way just to drag me into a ship and probe my cavities!"
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| September 28, 2009, 3:54 am
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I personally always thought they were interdimensional aliens/probes/entities, so there's no problem in their meddling throughout the LEGO multiverse :)
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| November 3, 2009, 10:20 am
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Cool. Then i will make a Mysterion Jumpgate or something.
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| November 3, 2009, 11:37 pm
I think that they are, possibly, extradimensional beings, when referring to alternate dimensions (AKA alternate realities). That would explain their 'vanishing without a trace'.
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| July 25, 2010, 1:03 am
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Shaping the plot of my series i came up with a similiar idea, which still doesn't explain them really. To understand Mysterion superiority you have to open your mind:
Imagine a lifeform which is interdimensional, how can it survive in our universe? If we would enter the 4th or 5th dimension, our physical body would burst, same problem have the Mysterions. That could be the easiest explaination for the cubic "canopies", these are their 3D protection suit making them able to interact in our continuum. If someone of you know the series "treshold", there were also Aliens without real shape, it riminded me of Mysterions. But did they evolve to that or came from somewhere? Why and when? Are there still objects who can jump between universes? Or are they lifeforms or just a tricky drone experiment of ancient Zordorians or a Maox scientist? But maybe they're just out of our world sent by god...who knows...
I haven't fully decided what way i'll go or letting it open but i'd like to use the Mysterions as official answer for the dimensional rift between the 23rd century canon and the alternate GGWU theme. Just wait...
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| July 25, 2010, 10:51 am
Quoting Christian Schlichting
i'd like to use the Mysterions as official answer for the dimensional rift between the 23rd century canon and the alternate GGWU theme. Just wait...


/head explode

I can't wait for this.
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| July 25, 2010, 12:23 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

/head explode

I can't wait for this.

Mysterions in 21st Century world? Maybe?

It would be quite epic.
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| July 25, 2010, 7:05 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Mysterions in 21st Century world? Maybe?

It would be quite epic.


I can see you giving them the technology of tactical flintlocks in exchange for time travel.


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| July 25, 2010, 7:38 pm
My current MOC (just need the pics and the description! YAY!) that I'm working on is, as it turns out, a Mysterion warpgate-ship! It'll be entered into the battleships contest.
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| September 16, 2010, 1:04 am
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Quoting Alpha AI
My current MOC (just need the pics and the description! YAY!) that I'm working on is, as it turns out, a Mysterion warpgate-ship! It'll be entered into the battleships contest.

Yay, i had a small warpgate object in Season 2. A bigger one would explain the quick move of the fleet inside EA space undiscovered.
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| September 16, 2010, 2:02 pm
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