Images of the MCU Snapped World

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Ogrebear, May 10, 2019.

  1. THeaven I am the Watcher

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    CEO Pepper Potts-Stark made a public statement assuring the global community that despite claims of Robots fighting alongside the terrorist in the Kingdom of Latveria, Stark industries has not been supply their leader Victor Von Doom with technology from their company
     
  2. The Militant Doberman Well-Known Member

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    That brings a whole new level of irony to the “You will never be a god!” line Loki tells Thanos in Infinity War. :)
    Thanks... but all I did was take the word “Nigeria”/“Zamunda” out of the description of a 419 scam/the film Coming to America and inserted the word Wakanda. :p
    I mean... so far it’s been “X leader dies in country Y, civil war begins” for pretty much all throughout. Not arguing whether or not it is realistic but it does come off as monotone imho :/
     
  3. The Militant Doberman Well-Known Member

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    Soldiers of the Jong-Chul Clique meeting with their counterparts from the “Workers and Soldiers Syndicate of the Korean National Government” faction (or Syn-Kong for short) during alliance negotiations. A small faction in the North Korean Civil War, it nevertheless punched above its weight class by utilized the most advanced weapons in the conflict. Rumoured to have arisen from the remains of the Reconnaissance General Bureau spy-agency, the Syn-Kong made deals with both Hydra terrorists and the Hand criminal network to obtain cutting-edge technology — both human and extraterrestrial in origin.

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    Syn-Kong troops during the Summer 2020 Hamgyong Campaign. Coming down from secure bases in the Tumen Mountains, Syndicate troops swept across Hamgyong in a series of lightning battles that pushed out opposing factions in a matter of weeks and firmly secured the territory as a Syn-Kong fiefdom.

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    Syn-Kong infantryman pictured with large-caliber man-portable energy weapon. These arms often proved decisive in engagements involving the Syndicate. Military experts speculate that the only reason this faction did not use its tech-edge to capture all of North Korea’s territory was due to the limited number of alien weapons in its possession. Currently much of Syn-Kong’s GDP is spent on reverse engineering & mass-producing various esoteric arms in its arsenal.

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    Flag of Syn-Kong.

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    Photograph from Pyongyang circa 2011 purporting to show “the Commissar”, a man who would come to rule the Syndicate. Little is known regarding the leader of Syn-Kong other than that he possess extreme stature and strength, possibly hinting that he is an “enhanced individual”. Some analysts within S.H.I.E.L.D. also speculate that the Commissar is little more than a figurehead — a propagandist’s embodiment of a perfect Korean soldier — while all the real power lies with Syn-Kong’s second-in-command, Major Hoy.
     
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  4. Nathan Bernacki Well-Known Member

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    A Captain America statue, erected in 1993, to celebrate the then-presumed-deceased Steve Rogers' 75th birthday. Upon the Captain's rival in 2011, the statue was modified to more closely resemble his updated costume as seen in the Battle of New York. The quote 'Just a Kid From Brooklyn' comes from a interview Rogers held on the first anniversary of his disappearance in which he recounted his final battle with Johan Schmidt.

    After being vandalized repeatedly in 2016 following the US government's disavowing of Rogers in regards to his stance on the Sokovia Accords, it was relocated into storage. After the Captain's 'death' in the Battle of Earth in 2023, the statue was restored to it's normal position. It has since become a place of pilgrimage of those who saw Rogers as the epitome of what it meant to be a hero. However, there is still a petition calling for the statue to again be removed in favour of a statue of Iron Man.
     
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  5. mlee117379 Well-Known Member

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    A Naruto runner at the "Storm Area 51" event in September 2024. The purpose of the event was to raid the base and look for and meet with aliens that the government might have captured and imprisoned following the invasions of 2012, 2018, and 2023. Ultimately only about 150 people showed up at the gates of Area 51, and none succeeded in entering the base.

    (Yes, this is inspired by that Daily Bugle article.)
     
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  6. Ogrebear Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] Not Required after the Snap, many UK schools where looted for supplies.
     
  7. The Militant Doberman Well-Known Member

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    Wakandan boarder troops alongside their combat-animals. Throughout its history, the knowledge of how to domesticate “undomesticateable” animals like rhinos and African big-cats had given Wakandan society a big advantage over any would-be invaders. Despite PETAS’ outrage the tradition of using animals in warfare is alive & well in modern Wakanda, with the nation’s four-legged troops now being protected by nanotube-weave & mechanical armour.
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    An early Wakandan space-suit design. Like all aspects of Wakanda’s true nature great effort was undertaken to keep the Wakandan Space Program hidden from USA, USSR and other participants of the “Space Race”.
    (OOC: photos are from an art-project by Spanish photographer Cristina De Middel)
     
  8. CJD Well-Known Member

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    Ghanaian army troops with powered exoskeletons and a Mech built with black market copies of StarkTech products, 2017.