We need to do a lot of work
We need a lot of work on our future's. We need to make sure they are separate as the people in them are definitely not the same. We also need to agree on a naming. I say:
- Explosion future for what is now dark future.
- Outbreak future for what is now Outbreak.
- I am not sure if I like Exposed Future at the moment, as who has been exposed and to what? I would call it P.O.D. (powers on demand) but I duno.
--Skywalkerrbf 08:35, 27 September 2008 (EDT)
- There are five (main) futures:
- Regenerative Sylar Future: Featured mostly in String Theory. In this future, Sylar get Claire's power at the homecoming, Hiro stabs Sylar at the Kirby Plaza, but Sylar regenrates. Sylar then exploded. Hiro Nakamura (future) and Sparrow Redhouse are originally from this future. This future was stopped and turned to the "Explosion Future" after Hiro delivered the message to Peter in the past and return to the future.
- Explosion Future: Where Peter saved Claire, Sylar is not the cause of the explosion, and Peter exploded. This future is featured in Five Years Gone and Walls. Many characters from the episode are from this future.
- Outbreak Future: Adam released a virus that killed many people around the world. Featured in Season 2 and Quarantine.
- Exposed Future: Nathan tells the world about evolved humans and they were hunted. Characters from this future includes Claire Bennet (future) (II) and Peter Petrelli (future) (II).
- Formula Stolen Future (Current Future): Hiro did not revive the formula stolen by Daphne. Characters from this future includes Hiro Nakamura (future) (II) and Ando Masahashi (future).
- Usutu draws a future in which Earth exploded into two halves. It is unknown if this is a new future or is one of the future mentioned above.
Chrisyu357 09:58, 27 September 2008 (EDT)
- I think "Exposed" and "Villain's future" should not be tied to the 3.01 episode, they will be in different ones and deserve their own title. See last novel 106, "3 years from now" (= four years from 2007) would be shortly before the second coming and gives Claire's reasons to kill Peter; "exposed" would be 2011, right? --Juba 08:45, 7 October 2008 (EDT)
has anyone else noticed that practically all futures have claire with a different hair color, peter with a scar, a drastically different versions of mohinder and sylar, and an ali larter character in a relationship with a petrelli? - Tristan0709 02:23, 9 December 2008 (EST)
- Of the two main futures we've seen, there have been some similarities. I think there are just about as many differences, though. Matt was a douche in one, and a good family man in the other. Sylar was the most powerful POTUS in one, and Suzie Homemaker in the other. Mohinder had about the highest position of authority he can ever hope to have in one, and was a hermit in the other. Claire's hair may not have been blonde (though the two futures certainly look like different colors to me), but she was troubled and tortured in one, and bad ass in the other. -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 02:33, 9 December 2008 (EST)
Am I the only person that really doesn't like the future storylines coming into play at all? I find it way too confusing. :S 01lander 10:03, 14 March 2009 (EDT)
There are two exposed storylines?
At the beginning of season three, the reason that future peter went back was because they were being hunted and had to hide. Once he changed that future, in the new exposed future the specials were not hunted but in fact had powers. So, to me, this is two different exposed futures and not just the one. This is further proved by future peter telling peter that it had all changed. So should we not divide the exposed future into two. --Mc hammark 14:24, 28 May 2009 (EDT)
- The writers say they're the same future. When Future Peter and Angela are arguing about which future is worse, Future Peter says the formula gets out and destroys everything. He also seems familiar with the new future, explaining it to his past self. Future Peter was hunted because he was a terrorist. After Future Peter defends himself for shooting Nathan, present Peter asks "So, why hasn't everything changed?". Future Peter goes on to explain the formula rather than correcting him. - Josh (talk/contribs) 15:09, 28 May 2009 (EDT)