Fine. I will stop. It doesn’t mean I am changing my opinion or that what I said isn’t possible. It means that I will stop because I have realized that even when I presented the fact that all the X-men movies have timeline problems so it shouldn’t be any different from Logan, people still can’t even consider that because it seems like people just don’t want it to in the same universe, so I will stop. Are you happy?
That is an issue of coding, the Volume template counts the number of categories in the relevant "X Vol 1/Annuals" and displays that number. It isn't to do with the number of annuals themselves. Those categories are for the volumes themselves and are generated when using the |main volume = field on the volume template. We had a discussion of rewording or altering the coding to address issues such as this.
I had originally set out to do that, but the Appendix's Thung profile indicated the first story (at least) was not 665, The second story is a Fan Fiction, so I would say the main universe could be 665 but the Fan Fiction is not, so I thought it was best to not put all the stories on 665 and instead treat it like there other more recent comedy series, where all the stories are separate. If they turn out to need to be merged back later, we can do so.
Side Note: The Appendix and the MCP can't agree on what is 665 and what is 9047. So that also didn't help
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