(iii) The Inn of the Worlds' End continues to coexist with many universes although not as many as before.
(iv) Lucifer creates a second universe.
(v) Lucifer's father abandons the first universe which therefore begins to unravel in the Crux. (Supernatural consequences: Lucifer prevents two Titans from usurping God's role; Fenris Wolf tries to ensure and hasten cosmic destruction by watering Yggdrasil with fratricidal blood, then later by smashing the throne of God; Christopher Rudd leads an army of demons and damned out of Hell; an alliance of old powers destroys the angelic Silver City during the Second War in Heaven.)
(vii) Elaine's new composite universe has no Hell whereas John Constantine's universe retains a Hell so his universe has diverged from Elaine's.
(viii) An Infinite Crisis redivides the earlier post-Crisis universe into fifty two, including the Watchmen universe.
This long narrative sequence, the work of several authors, is based on many more. Does it make sense? A single story may have cosmic consequences but a succession of such stories causes cosmic chaos.