July 2016




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Jul. 5th, 2016


network post: commander shepard

[RICK JONES (616)]
I'm staying, Blue.

I imagine it's not a surprise to you but I'm not returning to our universe.

Jul. 4th, 2016


This could be my last night in New York. In America. On Earth.

I'm going to try and go with Thorin tomorrow.

I love you all.


People of Potts Tower. For those who will be leaving, we will be taking you to the Tesseract's temporary holding facilities tomorrow at 2 pm. Until then, I would suggest taking in the sights of tonight's independence fight.

Whether you are going and staying, your mark has been felt on this timeline's Midgard. Many of you have helped this world with the Avengers or its SHIELD and SWORD, your technology or magic, or your experiences. It has been a joy to host you all for these past four four years. For those leaving, we shall carry on the memories and movements you have crafted here, and for those remaining, we welcome you as friends.

If you have any questions, you may ask them here, I or someone will keep an eye on this post through tonight's events.


Hey, so, does anyone know if we'll remember being here when we go back? I know that people didn't when it was the tesseract doing it all by itself but since this is a little more controlled and voluntary and all that, will that change? Will we remember? Because I want to. There's some stuff that's going to happen that I want not to happen.

Jul. 2nd, 2016


It's odd, knowing that life as it's been here is going to change soon. Even if some of those who are choosing to return are only faces that I've seen in the hall or while standing in line for coffee, or what have you, the reality that I won't see them again is strange. It's not a death, not really, but it's still the mark of an irreversible change, an ending of sorts that, in some odd way, still seems to have a grieving process. Even if its just knowing that the possibilities of seeing someone you care about return again, it still hurts.

Castle has had a particularly hard time, because while our three children that we have at home are now here with us, his oldest daughter (and such a crucial piece of our family), Alexis, isn't. And reconciling that, finding some sort of peace at knowing that he only has his memories of her, it's been a lot like we've buried her. Even the kids have picked up on it; Jake even asked this morning over breakfast if there was anything he could do to cheer up his daddy, and Lily has been drawing him all sorts of photos - things that include Alexis, because she's possibly the most observant six-year-old I've ever seen - to accomplish the same thing.

It's hard. And I'm sure it's only going to be harder, but even so, we aren't going back. In so many ways, this place, this universe is so much more our home now than the place from where we came. We have a child here, and another on the way; two pieces of our family that I don't expect we would maintain or remember if we went back, and while it breaks my heart to know I'm trading time with my father, with Alexis, with so many friends that are as dear to me as family, I won't give up my children, be they conceived in this place or in another.

My place is here, with Noah and Lily, with Jake and Reece, and with Avery, the little girl that had her older sister shrieking with glee when we sat them all down and told them what the final addition to our family will be when she arrives in late October.

Now comes a challenge of a different sort, building our lives as permanent residents. What happens when you become less refugee and more full blown citizen and does that make it any easier to find a place to live in Manhattan? The answer, thus far, is no. One child or ten, the housing search in this city is still a nightmare, regardless of the universe.

Jun. 30th, 2016


So I have officially made my decision. I had a blast here, I've made friends, had a great job. It was like I was living a normal life with some adventures and stuff happening here and there. But, its time that I go home. Back to my family, my award winning job, and yes, I miss the family business. I will miss a lot of you guys.

Jul. 1st, 2016


Network Post; Mara Jade

She took her sweet time coming - over a week past her 'due date', but we can work on punctuality later.

Pott's Tower, welcome Nicholette Jade Fury into the world.

[Filter: Nick Fury (MCU)]
She has your nose.


[Filtered to A-Team]
So who's copping out and staying here?
[Filtered to Jessica Drew]
What about you and that kid?
[Filtered to Jo Harvelle]
Do I need to make arrangements for that bar?

Jun. 30th, 2016


[Filtered to Ezra Bridger]
So we're going back home, and who knows where that's going. Probably not somewhere great since we don't exist in the movies. But, before we do, there's something maybe we should do.


Alright everybody! So this is one of your Tower Councillors, Leslie Knope! And we've clearly got a big decision on our hands


But, since in the end, it all comes down to personal choice, we're going to have some people returning home (like, sadly, me). And others staying, we should have a Referendum tonight about the Potts Tower Exit (or "ptexit") to talk about
  • Housing Advisors and Council members who are leaving or staying
  • what you can do to help your fellow Remain-ers in clearing out your apartment,
  • making sure gaps in the ESD and Potts Tower businesses can remain filled if their teachers or owners leave, and
  • some big Potts Tower party before Leavers leave!

    So remember, Ptexit Referendum, Tonight @ 8 pm, 13th floor!!!!


-- You're an asshole.

Jun. 27th, 2016


When it became known that the Tesseract was accidentally activated and began bringing forth people, I hoped and prayed that my Ana might be among the few. Without her presence, my life has been devoid of meaning, despite every endeavour to occupy my time. Unfortunately, it seems that her arrival was not meant to be. I can't say that I'm not disappointed. Combined with the utter dismay over the recent political changes happening in my home country, I long for a simpler time. And so, I've made my decision to return to my own era, whilst I still have a chance.

I love you Tony. It has been an honour to meet you.

Jun. 26th, 2016


Network Post; Anakin Solo

This is probably going to come as no surprise to anyone, but I'm going to be staying here.

[Filter: Family & Friends]
You know, if I'm going to be here, I'm kinda thinking about going back to university for a degree.

And possibly also switching to SWORD...? I'm just - space... and you know, space.
[Filter: Rikki]
And I was kinda thinking come July, we ought to do that motorcycle belated honeymoon.
[Filter: Carol]
If I wanted to make the shift between SHIELD to SWORD, what would I need to do?


Network Post; Abigail Brand

For those of you who may be attempting to decide whether or not you wish to stay, and whether or not there's a place for you, and who would like to speak to those of us at SWORD about your options, I will set aside some time tomorrow afternoon for this purpose. You will need to speak with my assistance, Pam, about setting up one of those appointments.

I'm setting up an apartment on the space station for the time being.


network post: leia organa-solo

While I appreciate the assist off of Coruscant, I would like to know the rest of my family made it too.

Filtered: Organa Solo Skywalker extended family
Then, who's here. I recognize most of you. Anakin?!

Jun. 25th, 2016


network post: kanan jarrus

Filtered: Ghost Crew
Since we have the choice to stay here or to go, what would you prefer? Odds are it won't end well for us back home, and we could live longer lives here. Even though it isn't home. What do you want your next steps to be?


This is so cool! They gave me a thousand dollars!!!!

Jun. 24th, 2016


[all 616]

The world really ending where we're from?

Darlin' you got to let me know
Should I stay or should I go?


I'm going home. There's still a lot left for me to do. Pearl? Lapis?

I'll miss you, everyone. Especially you-- Prim, Chell, and Molly.



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