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12th Jan '16 11:02:17 PM Doug86
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* This is the basic plot of ''ComicBook/TheSentry'', and the main thing that distinguishes him from other {{Superman}} clones. The twist is that not only does he not remember who he is, the entire rest of the world has forgotten the Sentry's existence as well.
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* This is the basic plot of ''ComicBook/TheSentry'', and the main thing that distinguishes him from other {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} clones. The twist is that not only does he not remember who he is, the entire rest of the world has forgotten the Sentry's existence as well.
3rd Jan '16 11:47:37 AM nombretomado
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* Gig of ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' is established early (but he is initially clueless) as [[GrimReaper Death]] who got his ass kicked and sealed in the onyx blade. However, the exact details are a whole other story...
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* Gig of ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' is established early (but he is initially clueless) as [[GrimReaper Death]] who got his ass kicked and sealed in the onyx blade. However, the exact details are a whole other story...
4th Dec '15 8:32:44 PM nombretomado
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* This is the basic plot of ''TheSentry'', and the main thing that distinguishes him from other {{Superman}} clones. The twist is that not only does he not remember who he is, the entire rest of the world has forgotten the Sentry's existence as well.
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* This is the basic plot of ''TheSentry'', ''ComicBook/TheSentry'', and the main thing that distinguishes him from other {{Superman}} clones. The twist is that not only does he not remember who he is, the entire rest of the world has forgotten the Sentry's existence as well.
12th Sep '15 7:13:07 PM nombretomado
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* This is a somewhat ambiguous example, but in the "Quantum Quest" story arc by John Ostrander in ''CaptainAtom'', Cap, who was already one of the most powerful superheroes in the DCU, discovers that he has the power to create (and ultimately destroy) his own universe. He does not, however, have the power to govern that universe at all well (hence the ultimate destruction). Of course, the story left open at least some possibility that the whole thing might have been AllJustADream.
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* This is a somewhat ambiguous example, but in the "Quantum Quest" story arc by John Ostrander in ''CaptainAtom'', ''ComicBook/CaptainAtom'', Cap, who was already one of the most powerful superheroes in the DCU, discovers that he has the power to create (and ultimately destroy) his own universe. He does not, however, have the power to govern that universe at all well (hence the ultimate destruction). Of course, the story left open at least some possibility that the whole thing might have been AllJustADream.
20th Jul '15 1:46:46 AM DaZebraffe
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* In the Raven Duology by Creator/PatriciaBriggs we have Hennea, who appears to be an ordinary bearer of the Order of Raven and a mortal Traveler...until the second book reveals her to be [[spoiler:Raven, herself, one of the six deities that helped create the world.]]
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* In the Raven Duology by Creator/PatriciaBriggs we have Hennea, who appears to be an ordinary bearer of the Order of Raven and a mortal Traveler...until the second book reveals her to be [[spoiler:Raven, herself, one of the six deities that helped create the world.]]]] She, herself, is unaware of this until the rest of the characters learn it.
20th Jul '15 1:45:33 AM DaZebraffe
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* In the Raven Duology by Creator/PatriciaBriggs we have Hennea, who appears to be an ordinary bearer of the Order of Raven and a mortal Traveler...until the second book reveals her to be [[spoiler:Raven, herself, one of the six deities that helped create the world.]]
3rd Jun '15 4:22:05 PM nombretomado
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* Kang the Mad in ''JadeEmpire''. Whether he regains his memory or not matters little over the course of the game. He is a god, but not a very big one. It's hinted that his inventions can be vast and do incredible things but he never offers to make any, nor do the other characters ask. Of course, even in his mortal form the first thing he does is hand you control of the most powerful war machine in the setting.
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* Kang the Mad in ''JadeEmpire''.''VideoGame/JadeEmpire''. Whether he regains his memory or not matters little over the course of the game. He is a god, but not a very big one. It's hinted that his inventions can be vast and do incredible things but he never offers to make any, nor do the other characters ask. Of course, even in his mortal form the first thing he does is hand you control of the most powerful war machine in the setting.
2nd Jun '15 10:12:14 AM nombretomado
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* ''[[WellWorld Midnight at the Well of Souls]]'' by [[JackChalker Jack L. Chalker]]
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* ''[[WellWorld Midnight at the Well of Souls]]'' by [[JackChalker [[Creator/JackChalker Jack L. Chalker]]
31st May '15 1:39:48 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* [[spoiler: Rob [=McKenna=]]], a minor character in the TheHitchHikersGuideToTheGalaxy book "[[Literature/SoLongAndThanksForAllTheFish So Long, and Thanks For All The Fish]]". He is just an ordinary lorry driver who is followed by rain wherever he goes, it has rained on him every day of his life. He is even called a "Rain God" by the media once they get a whiff of this, but what he doesn't know is that he actually IS a rain god.
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* [[spoiler: Rob [[spoiler:Rob [=McKenna=]]], a minor character in the TheHitchHikersGuideToTheGalaxy book "[[Literature/SoLongAndThanksForAllTheFish So Long, and Thanks For All The Fish]]".''Literature/SoLongAndThanksForAllTheFish''. He is just an ordinary lorry driver who is followed by rain wherever he goes, it has rained on him every day of his life. He is even called a "Rain God" by the media once they get a whiff of this, but what he doesn't know is that he actually IS a rain god.
11th May '15 10:12:15 AM Malitia
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* When ''TheMightyThor'' came back to the Marvel Universe after years of being [[ComicBookDeath dead]], he first had to find his fellow Asgardians, all of whom, had amnesia and were under the impression that they were human.
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* When ''TheMightyThor'' ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' came back to the Marvel Universe after years of being [[ComicBookDeath dead]], he first had to find his fellow Asgardians, all of whom, had amnesia and were under the impression that they were human.
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