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Hey, This really looks confusing and hard to keep up with. Chronological release shouldn't override the order of the arcs within themselves. Especially when they've done it as much as they have with Recruit and Knox. The regular Episodes don't do this; and the only GN to do it (that I can think of) is War Buddies Part 7, which is not really apart of 1-6 to begin with. All the GN series (except this 7 example) have all been released in a series, before another arc is started. It just looks much cleaner to organize them in sequence within each arc; than purely chronolical. --HiroDynoSlayer (talk) 01/6/2009 15:00 (EST)

  • With the regular episodes, we've never had this situation, so that's besides the point. The only way episodes would possibly come into play would be like if NBC Universal decided to air episodes from a new and different volume on another network like the Sci-Fi Channel or the BBC while the current volume was still premiering on NBC. That has happened for other shows (Transformers comes to mind), but it has not happened to episodes of Heroes yet. Chronological release is how we order the graphic novels, so to follow suit I think we should order the webisodes the same way. Hard Knox hasn't been released again this week, so that means there are only two webisodes of The Recruit that need to be non-sequential. I will add that they are not "out of arc order" since we are not putting a later released segment of one webisode before the other. Also, since we are into hypothetical situations, consider the case of a webisode/graphic novel based on a character who lives his life going backwards in time due to his ability. The parts of that series might be released as part 4, then part 3, then part 2, and then part 1, so we wouldn't want to list that series in standard order (1-2-3-4) since it wouldn't follow properly with the story.--MiamiVolts (talk) 16:02, 6 January 2009 (EST)
    • Simplest evidence to keep it going as is is War Buddies. Seven parts, the last one being significantly separated from the rest. --Ricard Desi (t,c) 16:11, 6 January 2009 (EST)