What is it with the category deceased? Should only historical persons that died prior to the timeline get the category deceased, or every historical person that died? And historical persons that died in the 21th century?
In Indiana Jones und das Gold von El Dorado Indiana Jones referenced Frank to be a FBI agent, after Ramos accused Indy of alarming the FBI, which Indy didn't do. Afterwards it was neither revealed who alarmed them, but it was presumably him, since only high-ranking officials knew the exact location of the headquarters, in which Frank was one of them. Also, he was never mentioned again after that, meaning that he was either captured by the FBI, or he returned to his presumable position.
I just bought Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth (it's a canon novel by Max McCoy), and I noticed most of its articles on the wiki are stubs. I'd be happy to expand them, but I'd have to do it as I read the book.
Maybe im wrong but i dont think that the fate of atlantis has one storyline. So the four german soldier has two fates. one is unknown or alive, the other is death. So it is detemined by the player. And If Im write than all of them killed in 1939 in Crete and Atlantis by Indy. So we make a deal and put on the date of death 1939 Crete or Atlantis ( determined by player).
However, according to this 2016 link http://www.scified.com/news/indiana-jones-may-be-getting-an-expanded-universe, it was mentioned by Industrial Light & Magic president Lynwen Brennan that there would be an expanded universe of Indy (fortunately he was not forgotten!), leading me to think if there could be possible that this supposed Netflix TV show has been ordered by The Walt Disney Company as their first spin-off about the Indy franchise. In my opinion, I don't think that the affair would be showed onscreen, but considering that Disney's deal with 20th Century Fox to do more R-rated Deadpool films could mean that this series could also feature graphical content.
I read your question at the history page of Indiana Jones Miniland, and I have an answer. Indiana Jones Miniland was to not be Lost Expedition, because Lost Expedition was to be build at California's Disneyland, while Indiana Jones Miniland (which was presumably a working title) was used for the complex which was planned to be build at Disneyland Paris. At first, I also thought that there were the same thing, but I checked the unbuilt Disney attractions at Wikipedia and verified that it wasn't the same thing.
Additionally, I wanted to recommend you of create templates for events like battles, wars and skirmishs. You probably know, the text charts which says conflicts, dates, places, outcomes, factions, commanders, participants and casualties. Many examples can be seen at Wookieepedia or at the POTC Wiki. I think that POTC Wiki's Templates can serve much as an example for potential Indy Templates as unlike Star Wars, that franchise is based on historical things.
However, I wanted to ask you this: Did you have some Indy comic? The thing that I need to decide is which amount of pages I will need to use for my stories, and as I don't have any Indy comic, I wanted to ask you this. If you hve one, I wanted to ask you if you can say to me your comic's amount of pages.
Well, only fate will tell what would happen. Thanks anyway, hopefully, if I became professional, my Indy comics could be published to fill the gap between Crusade and Skull. I guarantee you that them would be of your pleasantless as with the pleasantless of the other Wiki users.
I wanted to ask you why the Indiana Jones and Star Wars Theory of Han Solo's dreams was put out from the Star Wars article. Also, I wanted to ask you if you could check my edits in the King Cool refrigerator article to see if it is good.
P.D.: If you want to play the Cody Jones video games of Inkagames in order to verify my claims in the references to Indiana Jones list page you could enter with this link: www.inkagames.com. There is an option to play the games and see the page in English.
After you and me talked about the possibility of the descanonization of the Expanded Adventures, I wanted to recommend that in case that Disney decides to construct a new canon but doesn't use a name for diferentiate the old EA works, the name that the users of the Wikia coudl use for the EA works could Chronicles, similarly to the term Legends of Star Wars. But hopefully, the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles TV show (sans George Hall's Bookends), the Fate of Atlantis video game, and "The Sea Butchers" story of The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones (and with some hope, the entire comic series) would be mantained in continuity as Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar referenced them.
On the other hand, I wanted to ask you this: The Batman: The Animated Series and the Pirates of the Caribbean references were cut because they weren't relevant? In addition, I was absent from the Wikia because I went to Cuzco, Perú in a study trip with my school promotion and I saw that many things of the culture contradict Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
A question. Why my edits in the Behind the scenes section of Mola Ram were reverted. I know that maybe the Wilhelm scream paragraph was unnecessary, but the arcade section I didn't understand why it was deleted? I can put it again?