The Haphazard Adventures of IIvan in the TVCU
Since this Ivan time travels a lot, and his story is already more convoluted than necessary, this timeline follows his life as it happens to him, rather than setting events chronologically. This means we start in the year 1942, and bounce up and down the timeline from there. His life prior to arriving in 1942 is exactly the same as the other Ivan's, right up until 2015, so duplicating all that information is unnecessary.
The Life of IIvan
October 1969 - October 2015 - The life of IIvan is the same as the life of Ivan Ronald Schablotski, since they are the same person until a time travel paradox leads to the creation of two version who experienced different versions of World War Two. For the life of the original, including his WW2 experiences, please see: SOME PEOPLE CALL ME CRAZY.
In brief, he was born in 1969, became a werewolf in 1981, was recruited into the Theurgy Society's Enigma Quorum in 1984, was imbued with Anti-Logic in 1987, formed the Vogue Rogues in 1988, served in the United States Ordnance Department from 1990 to 2010, went to work as a lab tech at Arkham Sanitarium and joined the Ghostbusters, meeting a lot of people along the way, all of which leads to his involvement with a time travel incident in Hill Valley CA that sends him back in time to...
Prince Ardent is the beast from the story BEAUTY AND THE BEAST as depicted in the 1946 French film of that name, as is Ludovic. The Beast of Gévaudan is a legendary monster credited with several human and animal deaths, detailed in several works of fiction (beginning with Élie Berthet's 1858 novel La Bête du Gévaudan). Some stories consider the beast to be a werewolf or werewolf-like creature, such as Robert Sherard's 1904 novel Wolves: An Old Story Retold and the fifth season of the MTV television series TEEN WOLF (2011-2017). Professor Barnhardt is a scientist from the 1951 film THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL.
|Kornblow and Schablotski|
PUFF (Perpetual Unearthly Forces Fund) and STFU (Special task Force Unicorn) are from the MONSTER HUNTER INTERNATIONAL books by Larry Correia. Ronald Kornblow and his job in Morocco are from the 1946 film A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA. Stargate is from the 1994 film STARGATE. The Accelerator is a version of the Flash from FLASH COMICS #1 (1940).
A LONG TIME AGO, IN A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY...Ivan Ronald Schablotski, having been time-twinned in 1942 due to a paradox involving Nazis, Hell-Priests, and a tricked-out Delorean, fought an epic war against tyranny for 4 years using the name of Alvin Howell. In 1945 he was allowed to use a Stargate to attempt to travel back to the future he came from, 2015. Instead he wound up a stranger in a strange land on the planet Geonosis. Now IIvan finds himself gating from planet to planet, striving to put right what once went wrong, and hoping each time that his next leap will be the leap home...
|"Is all this violence really necessary?"|
The Hell-Priests are Cenobites from the HELLRAISER series. the Delorean is the one used by Doc Emmet Brown for time travel in the BACK TO THE FUTURE series. Stargates are from the film STARGATE and its television spin-offs. Geonosis, Dathomirians, and the energy swords (lightsabers) are from the STAR WARS franchise. 21 BBY denotes this as taking place 21 years before the Battle of Yavin, which references the destruction of the first Death Star by the Rebel Alliance in the film STAR WARS (aka STAR WARS EPISODE IV: A NEW HOPE). The battle on Geonosis that IIvan discovers takes place during the Clone Wars (between STAR WARS EPISODE II ATTACK OF THE CLONES and STAR WARS EPISODE III: REVENGE OF THE SITH), as seen in the semi-canonical animated STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, all of which takes place well before the "Common Era" (CE, aka A.D.) on Earth, and sets it firmly within the RISE OF THE EMPIRE era of the Star Wars: Legends timeline.
|Darth Vader, in an Elevator? That's funny, right? Maybe not.|
0 BBY (The year of the Battle of Yavin) - IIvan winds up on Coruscant, the planet-wide capital city of the Galactic Empire. His attempts to fin someone that can teach him the language everyone seems to speak draw the attention of the Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader. IIvan recognizes the figure from the Star Wars movies and realizes where and when he must be. While being taken to an office for interrogation, IIvan makes a comment about Darth Vader on the Elevator, and "Little Orphan Ani", and though he does not understand him, Vader knows he's being mocked and force-chokes the foreigner. IIvan retaliates, firing his Tillinghast Generator as a weapon. Disoriented by the sight of extradimensional organisms, Vader lets IIvan slip through his fingers and IIvan flees back to the underground Stargate.
Coruscant, Yavin, the Death Star, the Galactic Empire, stormtroopers, dianoga trash monsters, Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader, and Anakin "Little Orphan Annie" Skywalker are from the original STAR WARS film, set in the REBELLION ERA of the Star Wars Legends timeline, though Midichlorians are from the film STAR WARS EPISODE 1: THE PHANTOM MENACE (1999) of the RISE OF THE EMPIRE era, and Blackhole Troopers are from the 1979 Los Angeles Times comic strip GAMBLER'S WORLD. Stargate is from the 1994 film STARGATE. The Tillinghast generator is based on technology from the story FROM BEYOND written in 1920 by H. P. Lovecraft. PKE Meters and Proton Streams are elements from GHOSTBUSTERS (1984).
IIvan encounters a Sullustan named Naut Numb, though that's as far as IIvan's understanding of his language goes. Naut is in an adjacent cell and manages to get Shablotski to pass him the projector from his Tillinghast Generator one day. Using his engineering skills, Naut rigs the device to override the security locks on their cells, and both aliens escape. They make their way to a hangar bay with a Corellian freighter waiting. Aware that they are seeing the Millennium Falcon from the movies about the ship's crew he'd seen in his own time, IIvan suggests they sneak aboard. When they witness that crew running towards the ship, with Dark Vader and his Stormtroopers converging on the area from another corridor, IIvan and Naut hide in the secret cargo holds that had recently concealed Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Leia Organa. When they all land at Massassi Station on Yavin's fourth moon, the duo slip out before the battle against the Death Star begins.
Naut Numb is a Sullistan, a race that first appeared in RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983). The Death Star, Yavin IV, Millinium Falcon, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Darth Vader, and Stormtroopers first appeared in STAR WARS (1977). The Tillinghast generator is based on technology from the story FROM BEYOND written in 1920 by H. P. Lovecraft.
|IIvan and Naut shop for droids|
|IIvan and Extersial|
|Sikka, Trung, and IIvan, defending their stock of Slurm|
THE MASK OF DARTH HOTEP
|Jedi (and IIvan) vs Darth Nihilus (possessing a padawan)|
14 ABY (After the Battle of Yavin) - IIvan remains on Yavin IV, but travels 13 years into the future. As he arrived seemingly from nowhere and without a ship, IIvan is mistaken for a bounty hunter and detained by a Jedi named Taryn Raan, who uses his "Comprehend Speech" ability to determine that IIvan is mostly harmless, only to have IIvan surprise him by wolfing out and stealing his lightsaber. Taryn quickly overcomes IIvan using the Force and takes him to Yavin IV, location of the new Jedi Academy. There, IIvan meets several of Taryn's fellow trainees, including a Kryptonian maiden from the House of El and two who look like high elves. The training facility, which IIvan refers to as the "Skywalker Ranch", contains records of an alien god called Pomojema who may or may not be the same entity as Typhojem, and whose appearance is identical to that of Cthulhu, leading IIvan to believe that his new surroundings are much more dangerous than he already thought possible. His revelation that the 'gods' are known to him from their influence upon another world leads to IIvan working with a group of Jedi to help a padawan being possessed by Darth Nihilus, an ancient Sith, long dead, yet still tethered by the Force to the mask he once wore.
Taryn Raan is one of Luke Skywalker's trainees at his Jedi Academy following the events of RETURN OF THE JEDI in the Expanded Star Wars Universe, specifically just after the events in the 2003 Activision video game STAR WARS: JEDI KNIGHT: JEDI ACADEMY, as part of the NEW REPUBLIC ERA of the Star Wars: Legends timeline. The Kryptonian trainee is from the planet Krypton, which was first mentioned in ACTION COMICS #1 (1938) along with its most famous survivor, Superman, though this trainee more closely resembles Kara Zor-El, aka Supergirl, who first appeared in ACTION COMICS #252 (1959). The elven trainees appear to be from Hyrule, home of the characters from the LEGEND OF ZELDA series of video games, first released in 1986. A statue of Pomojema first appeared in the 1978 novel SPLINTER OF THE MIND'S EYE by Alan Dean Foster, though Typhojem is from BOOK OF SITH: SECRETS FROM THE DARK SIDE by Daniel Wallace (2012) and Cthulhu is from THE CALL OF CTHULHU, a 1928 story by Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Darth Nihilus appeared in STAR WARS: KNIGHTS OF THE OLD REPUBLIC videogames, set in The Old Republic era.
To Be Continued...
There is plenty more to add, as I have lots of evidence of IIvan's involvement with aliens across space and time, but I don't want to cover too much material to start with, so that the timelines will synch up when IIvan and Ivan eventually meet.