I'm just curious to know your opinion regarding which movie displayed time traveling and its plot better. Is it the one happened in Endgame or the 2011's Flashpoint Paradox?
@heatforce: yes, that’s essentially the logic that was used
To answer OP, I mean, they both had different rules for the way it’s time travel is portrayed. Flashpoint followed the “Back to the Future” type of time travel, while Endgame’s was more in tune with how dragon ball uses time travel
@vulkanian: yes, it is. Why do you think Kitty Pryde going back in time didn’t eliminate the DoFP timeline?
Why do you think the Age of Apocalypse reality was revealed to still be active?
There’s simply no “rules” to how time travel works. Simply different theories regarding it. From grandfather paradox to parallel/alternate timelines, you can’t claim that their “not following the rules of time travel” when those “rules” aren’t even a set thing
The problem is that you can't "write time travel" properly. All Time travel stories that include time traveling as a means for plot will always have holes in their stories. Unless it's a story only talking about time travel and never doing time travel at all.
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