I'm new here so yeah not much to see. I'm interested in alternate history as I am in interested in real-life history.
I first came here around 2012-2013, but I joined in April 2014.
- 1 About myself
- 2 Recent Events
- 3 My Timelines
- 4 Contributions and Timelines in AlternateHistory.com
- 5 Pages I administer
- 5.1 Created
- 5.2 Adopted
- 5.3 Jointly-Administered
- 5.4 Other Pages (Sandbox)
- 6 Speech
- 7 My Favorite Alternate History Scenarios
- 8 Independence Day: Resurgence Cities Hit
- 9 My Favorite Flags
I am 20 years old taking up major in B.S. Biology in the University of San Carlos-Talamban Campus, Cebu City, Philippines. I had my high school in B.R.I.G.H.T. Academy. I like going to adventurers, going to raves, reading history, playing video games, and speculating about how the world could have gone the other way.
I graduated from USC on April 10, 2017
Overview Timeline of my high school
- Late December 2015: Created the timeline the Era of Relative Peace
- January 1, 2016: Happy New Year!
- January 17, 2016: Attended Sinulog Invasion 2016! Had so much fun in this event as it is my first official EDM fest.
- January 27, 2016: Attended the 51st International Eucharistic Congress held in Cebu City, Philippines.
- February 9, 2016: School of Arts and Science Days opens. Concurrently, B.R.I.G.H.T. Academy's Sportsfest opens.
- February 11, 2016: Green Hawks wins Tug-of-Peace 10th time in a row.
- February 12, 2016: Green Hawks wins overall championship for Sportsfest 2016, the first team to make a three peat.
- March 11-12, 2016: Trip to Siquijor Island
- April 4, 2016: Start of Summer 2016
- April 10, 2016: Completed first 5k fun run.
- April 20, 2016: Start of internship
- April 26, 2016: First moving up ceremony of B.R.I.G.H.T. Academy for Senior High.
- April 30, 2016:
- May 9, 2016:
- May 25, 2016:
- May 31, 2016:
- June 1, 2016:
- June 2, 2016:
- June 3, 2016:
- June 4, 2016:
- June 9, 2016:
- July 2, 2016:
- July 4, 2016:
- July 29, 2016:
- August 5, 2016:
- October 8, 2016: Successfully defended my thesis.
- October 19, 2016:
- November 8, 2016: Trump wins the election! #MAGA
- December 16, 2016: First night club experience (crosses over to Dec. 17 midnight)
- December 19, 2016:
- January 8, 2017: Conquered Sirao Peak
- January 14, 2017: Watched the Steve Aeoki Concert
- January 20, 2017: Trump's inaguaration. 45th POTUS and Almighty God Emperor!
- January 24-27, 2017: B.R.I.G.H.T. Academy's Sportsfest 2017. Red Tigers becomes the champion.
- February 11, 2017: Carcar Fieldtrip
- February 17, 2017: Start of the Biolympics.
- February 23, 2017: Trip to Ormoc City cancelled in the last minute.
- March 3, 2017: Biolympics closing ceremony.
- March 4, 2017: Last Biosymposium.
- March 24, 2017: Formed the word "BIO" by means of drone footage. First batch in USC to do such.
- April 5, 2017: Conquered Pandanon Island with the Batch of 2017.
- April 10, 2017: Graduation Day.
This timeline explores the world after World War III. This is based on a World In Conflict fan fiction I wrote last Christmas.
Click here for the sandbox.
Adapted this timeline on October 21, 2016 from User:SpanishSpy. This timeline deals on how America moves forward when George W. Bush suddenly dies of heart attack upon hearing news when the Capitol building is struck by an Al-Qaeda hijacked plane on September 11, 2001.
Adapted this timeline on October 21, 2016 from User:SpanishSpy. This timeline is a dystopian world in which the Soviet Union dominates global affairs. The United States, the symbol of freedom and democracy, has long ceased to exist after too much instability within. The USSR appears as a mighty, unstoppable juggernaut, having annexed Korea, China, Indochina, Central Asia, Germany, Cuba, Alaska, Hawaii, Yukon, British Columbia, and Cuba. However, the old saying goes "Every mighty empire in the world will always fall." Signs of the USSR overstretching itself has been seen and it has been predicted that the Soviet Union may collapse on its own weight in a decade or two. But for now, the mighty Hammer and Sickle flies over the globe.
Timeline that deals with the question "What if Joseph Kony was caught between March 5, 2012 to December 31, 2012?"
Contributions and Timelines in AlternateHistory.com
- The House of the Dead Timeline expanded (author and administrator) (Click here for sandbox)
- 28 Days Later outbreak timeline - Death of a Nation (guest contributor)
- Official Fear the Walking Dead Thread - one-time contributor
Pages I administer
Great Nuclear War
- Philippines (Great Nuclear War)
- Indonesia-Malaysia Confrontation (Great Nuclear War)
- Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (Great Nuclear War)
- Puerto Rico (Great Nuclear War)
- Virgin Islands (Great Nuclear War)
Scotland says "Yes"
- Philippines (Scotland says "Yes")
- Malaysia (Scotland says "Yes")
- Japan (Scotland says "Yes")
- British Indian Ocean Territory (Scotland says "Yes")
- South China Sea dispute (Scotland says "Yes")
- Senkaku Islands dispute (Scotland says "Yes")
- Gibraltar (Scotland says "Yes")
- Akrotiri and Dhekelia (Scotland says "Yes")
- Falkland Islands (Scotland says "Yes")
The Hammer, The Sickle, The Earth (HSE)
- Democratic People's Republic of Korea (HSE)
- Manila (HSE)
- People's Republic of China (HSE)
- Philippines (HSE)
- Sino-Soviet War (HSE)
- United States (HSE)
- Howland Island (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Baker Island (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Jarvis Island (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Johnston Atoll (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Palmyra Atoll (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Kingman Reef (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Midway Atoll (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Wake Island (Yellowstone: 1936)
- Philippines Campaign (Yellowstone: 1936)
Still at proposal stages:
- Davao (Alternity)
- New York City (Alternity)
- Visayas (state) (Alternity)
- Micronesia (state) (Alternity)
- Puerto Rico (Alternity)
- Hong Kong (Great Nuclear War)
- Zhusanjiao (Great Nuclear War)
- Tibetan Unrest (Scotland says "Yes")
- 2016 Hong Kong protests (Scotland says "Yes")
- China (Scotland says "Yes")
- Commonwealth of Nations (Scotland says "Yes")
With User:Col. James Hsu, User:Bryce3, and others
- Timeline (Scotland says "Yes")
- Gibraltar (Great Nuclear War)
- Battle of Gibraltar (Great Nuclear War)
- Turkish Invasion of Cyprus (Great Nuclear War)
Other Pages (Sandbox)
This is a speech I (an-alternate of version of me) delivered during a fundraiser concert on April 30, 2014.
|“||To all students; current and former, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, guardians, and friends; good evening. I, Gillan Baclayon, an alumni from the Batch of 2013, am here for the opening remarks of this ceremony. Why am I here? It's simple. Our school has been ever united by the tragedies that happened late last year: both the Bohol earthquake and Typhoon Yolanda. Most of us still remember where we were when it happened; our memory of it is still fresh. Well, true and I am saying this as a person who was in Bohol on the morning of October 15, 2013. Like everyone of us who was awakened on that fateful morning, I was no different. I could remember everything, from the moment I fled the hotel, to going further inland for the fear of tsunami (as we did not know the quake came from the center of the island), to frantically grabbing any food, water, and medical supplies as most bakeries, restaurants, grocery stores, and pharmacies were closed; and to the hastily evacuation from the island when I saw myself and my family the following day with only bread, water, and instant noodles. This was not the first time an earthquake hit our region. I could still recall, back then when I was 3rd Year at the age of 15, on February 6, 2012; a 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit the Tañon Strait on 11:49 am. We were all in the midst of classes when it happened. However, comparing to what most of us experienced roughly six months ago; that was nothing. My experience in Bohol, stranded for a day with limited supplies, thought me how fortunate I was to survive that day. 299 others, plus roughly 16 who remain missing to this day, were not so fortunate. For me, it was still better than losing my home or losing my life. A few days later, donations and relief sprung up throughout the country. When B.R.I.G.H.T. Academy mentioned about a setting up a relief drive, I quickly answered my alma matter's call alongside with everybody else. Being there on Bohol on the day of the earthquake; I knew it was right to give back to the less fortunate.
Three weeks later, another tragedy befell on the Philippines. This time, it was Typhoon Yolanda, also called by its international name "Haiyan." Bohol and Cebu were still recovering from the previous month's earthquake when the super-typhoon hit. We were all saddened to hear and see the news on the damage of Tacloban City, which was also extended to the rest of Leyte, Samar, northern Cebu, the Camotes Islands, Bantayan Island, Aklan, Mindoro, and Palawan. It was a heartbreaking story seeing the footage of knocked-down houses, litterred streets, fallen trees, and rotting bodies of citizens who did not make it. The looting and the subsequent desperation of the people made it even more sad to us all viewing it. I remember following the news on CNN, BBC, ABS-CBN, Solar News Network, Fox News, Al Jazeera; and on Facebook,Twitter, and Instagram. However, there was hope. The Filipino people, despite the tragedies endured last year, kept on standing back. The world was behind us this time. The Philippines garnered a ton of international sympathy. Countries deployed their ships, planes, and volunteers to help us stand back up. Aircraft carriers and great warships, which we have seen in action destroying life, were used to preserve life. Even China, our adversary due to the South China Sea, put on hold the differences to help us as well. In times of need, what we call petty things should be put aside for the greater good. I remember watching the news on TV or in the Internet the relief effort, planes and helicopters dropping relief goods, babies being born despite the destruction, commemorative concerts held by Filipino communities around the world. Even last Christmas, the people of Samar, Leyte and other affected areas celebrate with hope despite having nothing. I would like to thank everyone who helped us all; whether from the Philippines or any other country abroad. I would also like to commend those who gave even short of a penny so that others could have. And I would like to commend those who went to the affected areas and was able to feel how it felt to live following Yolanda's aftermath.
As I said earlier, the Filipino people despite in their most desperate moment, managed to smile. It is a symbol that the Filipino spirit is stronger than any earthquake or typhoon. As CNN's Anderson Cooper reported here in the Philippines during the aftermath said on November 15, 2013. I would love the quote his entire comment, as it brings a heartwarming message to us all:
When everything else is taken away, broken, battered, soaked, raw, stripped, bare, you see things, you see people as they are. This week in Tacloban, Samar, and Cebu, amidst the hunger and thirst, the chaos and confusion, we've seen the best in the Filipino people, their strength, and their courage. I can't get it out of my mind. Imagine the strength it takes for a mother to search alone for her missing kids, the strength to sleep in the street near the body of her child. We've seen people with every reason to despair, every right to be angry, instead find ways to laugh, to love, to stand up, and to move forward. A storm breaks wood and bone, brings hurt and heartbreak. In the end, the wind, the water, the horror it brings is not the end of the story. With aid and assistance, compassion and care, this place, these people...they will make it through. They already survived the worst. Their about perhaps tired and traumatized, but they are not yet broken. Mabuhay Philippines! Maraming Salamat for all you've shown us. Maraming Salamat for showing up all how to live.
(applause from the crowd)
With that, and seeing all the resilience of the Filipino people and the unity of all the world; I therefore conclude not only did the earthquake and the storm make us stronger, but it has united all of the world as one!
(Standing ovation from the crowd for one minute)
With that, I am not going to hold you guys any longer. While we celebrate tonight as the beginning of summer, we should also remember those who were not so fortunate during that time. Hence, the reason for this fundraiser concert.
May the rest of 2014 bring us all blessings! Thank you and have a good night.
(Another standing ovation for one minute).
My Favorite Alternate History Scenarios
- UK Zombie Epidemic
- The Undead World in 1943
- No FDR
- Northern Storm: Second Korean War 2003
- Step in a Different Direction
- 1983: Doomsday
- Apocalypse: 2012
- Yellowstone: 1936
- Great Nuclear War
- An Independent in 2000
- New Union
- Scotland says "Yes"
Independence Day: Resurgence Cities Hit
Based on the website of the sequel of Independence Day, these are the following cities that were destroyed by the aliens in the War of 1996:
Meanwhile, I will be born in this TL
This is taken from the Independence Day Wiki:
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- New York City, NY, United States
- Washington, D.C., United States
- Los Angeles, CA, United States
- San Francisco, CA, United States
- Toronto, ON, Canada
- Mexico City, Mexico
- Havana, Cuba
- Dakar, Senegal
- Lagos, Nigeria
- Jakarta, Indonesia
- Singapore, Singapore
- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Manila, Philippines
- Shanghai, China
- Beijing, China
- Hong Kong, China
- Seoul, South Korea
- Tokyo, Japan
- London, England
- Paris, France
- Rome, Italy
- Berlin, Germany
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Warsaw, Poland
- Athens, Greece
- Istanbul, Turkey
- Moscow, Russia
- Kiev, Ukraine
- Vladivosok, Russia
- Jerusalem, Israel
- Tehran, Iran
- Bombay, India
- Calcutta, India
- New Dehli, India
- Karachi, Pakistan
- Atlanta, GA, United States
- Philadelphia, PA, United States
- Denver, United States
- Seattle, United States
- Chicago, United States
- Miami, United States
- Guadalajara, Mexico
- Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Birmingham, England
- Lyon, France
- Venice, Italy
- Hamburg, Germany
- Brussels, Belgium
- Vienna, Austria
- Naples, Italy
- Bucharest, Romania
- Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Odessa, Ukraine
- Harbin, China
- Tel Aviv, Israel
- Baghdad, Iraq
- Abidjan, Ivory Coast
- Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
- Bangalore, India
- Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Hyderabad, India
- Islamabad, Pakistan
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Hanoi, Vietnam
- Medan, Indonesia
- Yokohama, Japan
- Pyongyang, North Korea
- Shenyang, China
- Ningbo, China
- Guangzhou, China
- Houston, TX, United States (actually destroyed by a nuclear missile)
- Pittsburgh, PA, United States
- Phoenix, AZ, United States
- Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Detroit, MI, United States
- Boston, MA, United States
- Monterray, Mexico
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Liverpool, England
- Marseille, France
- Milan, Italy
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Antwerp, Belgium
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Algiers, Algeria
- Belgrade, Yugoslavia
- Helsinki, Finland
- Vogograd, Russia
- Sappror, Japan
- Damascus, Syria
- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- Kinshasa, Democratic Republic Of The Congo
- Nairobi, Kenya
- Madras, India
- Katmandu, Nepal
- Mogadishu, Somalia
- Kabul, Afghanistan
- Rangoon, Myanmar
- Vientiane, Laos
- Pingxiang, China
- Perth, Australia
- Nagoya, Japan
- Pusan, South Korea
- Chanachun, China
- Hangzhou, China
- Macau, China
- Caracas, Venezuela
- Cleveland, OH, United States
- Dallas, TX, United States
- Area 51, United States (the original target was San Diego)
- Las Vegas, United States
- Portland, United States
- St. Louis, United States
- El Paso, United States
- Montreal, Canada
- Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Barcelona, Spain
- Monaco, Monaco
- Munich, Germany
- Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Budapest, Hungary
- Casablanca, Morocco
- Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
- Stockholm, Sweden
- Ankara, Turkey
- Petropavlovsk, Russia
- Beirut, Lebanon
- Cairo, Egypt
- Tripoli, Libya
- Colombo, Sri Lanka
- Lahore, Pakistan
- Cape Town, South Africa
- Durban, South Africa
- Mecca, Saudi Arabia
- Mandalay, Myanmar
- Bangkok, Thailand
- Sydney, Australia
- Osaka, Japan
- Hiroshima, Japan
- Kunming, China
- Quiqihar, China
- Wuhan, China
- Taipei, Taiwan
My Favorite Flags
A collection of my favorite flags, either Alternate History flags or real-life flags.
Countries, territories, cities, and organizations.