Anyone notice this paradox in Soul Eater?

Anyone notice this paradox in Soul Eater?

Okay, so Sid Barrett (the zombie) dies in Soul Eater NOT, which takes place a year before the first three episodes of Soul Eater. But he's shown to be alive in episode three when Soul and Black*Star are trying to figure out who took the mission with the mummies. He shouldn't even be shown in the series here, since he isn't turned into a zombie until around episode four. So why is he there? Continuity error?

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Parabolic
Maybe it was an illusion that lord death was upholding until the right time?
Kanya888
Maybe...
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TsumikiMiniwa
I think It could be that, or stein maybe made a freaky copy until the zombifier was done and then "killed" the fake. He's crazy enough to do it too...
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on September 22, 2015
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Parabolic
Yep
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on February 10, 2015
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Kanya888
It is very logical...
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on February 10, 2015
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Parabolic
That's the only logical guess I can make
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