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13th Jul '16 9:16:13 AM OffTheDeepEnd
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* Many viewers supposedly remember scenes from the film ''Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix'' when it was shown in theaters such as Ron playing Quidditch. This is impossible as those things were ''never'' shot for this film.
22nd Jun '16 2:01:59 PM Willbyr
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* In ''{{Kikaider}}'' in the four part OVA [[spoiler:It is revealed that Reiko was actually a robot without anyone, including her, knowing. All of her memories were made up and the false memories was purposely made to lead her and her friends to their doom.]]

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* In ''{{Kikaider}}'' ''Series/{{Kikaider}}'' in the four part OVA [[spoiler:It is revealed that Reiko was actually a robot without anyone, including her, knowing. All of her memories were made up and the false memories was purposely made to lead her and her friends to their doom.]]
21st Jun '16 5:20:03 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TigerAndBunny'' [[spoiler:Albert Maverick, the CEO of [[ShowWithinAShow HeroTV,]] has the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual NEXT]] ability to implant and alter memories. He uses his powers twice on Barnaby in order to frame a well-known NEXT criminal for the murder of the latter's parents (though it's implied that his manipulation of Barnaby's memories is ''far more extensive'' than what was shown on-screen), and also on a number of other characters to make them [[{{Unperson}} forget Kotetsu's very existence.]]]]

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* In ''TigerAndBunny'' ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'' [[spoiler:Albert Maverick, the CEO of [[ShowWithinAShow HeroTV,]] has the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual NEXT]] ability to implant and alter memories. He uses his powers twice on Barnaby in order to frame a well-known NEXT criminal for the murder of the latter's parents (though it's implied that his manipulation of Barnaby's memories is ''far more extensive'' than what was shown on-screen), and also on a number of other characters to make them [[{{Unperson}} forget Kotetsu's very existence.]]]]
11th Jun '16 3:50:15 PM nombretomado
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* As a side effect of making the subject RetGone, the [[SwordOfTruth Chainfire]] spell falsifies memories of events that included the subject. Naturally, the characters hanging around with Richard, who was immune to the spell's effects, think ''his'' memories are the fake ones.

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* As a side effect of making the subject RetGone, the [[SwordOfTruth [[Literature/SwordOfTruth Chainfire]] spell falsifies memories of events that included the subject. Naturally, the characters hanging around with Richard, who was immune to the spell's effects, think ''his'' memories are the fake ones.
29th May '16 4:55:40 AM Doug86
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* {{Wolverine}} of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} is notorious for this; for a while there, anything he wasn't amnesiac about was probably a Fake Memory. The confusion has mostly been cleared up by now, however.

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* {{Wolverine}} ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Comicbook/XMen is notorious for this; for a while there, anything he wasn't amnesiac about was probably a Fake Memory. The confusion has mostly been cleared up by now, however.
28th May '16 6:44:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TotalRecall2070'': Olivia Hume's memories have been tampered with. She used to be a woman named Carol, but [[MegaCorp Rekall]] used a brain implant to wipe her mind and use her as a spy.
19th May '16 8:57:16 AM Seanette
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* An episode of [[Series/TheOuterLimits1995 the remake of ''The Outer Limits'' had almost the same plot as on ''Deep Space Nine'', with [[{{Series/Frasier}} David Hyde Pierce]] as the creator of a virtual prison which works by implanted memories. However, it works ''too'' well, such that the first prisoner put into it dies of shock after he gets caught up in a virtual riot. Then the creator is himself sent to prison when he's convicted of causing the man's death by negligence. [[spoiler: It turns out this all happened inside of his head after he went inside the virtual prison to save the man. Feeling guilty in creating it, he sent ''himself'' to a virtual prison for twenty years]]. It was titled ''The Sentence'' , fittingly enough.

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* An episode of [[Series/TheOuterLimits1995 the remake of ''The Outer Limits'' Limits'']] had almost the same plot as on ''Deep Space Nine'', with [[{{Series/Frasier}} David Hyde Pierce]] as the creator of a virtual prison which works by implanted memories. However, it works ''too'' well, such that the first prisoner put into it dies of shock after he gets caught up in a virtual riot. Then the creator is himself sent to prison when he's convicted of causing the man's death by negligence. [[spoiler: It turns out this all happened inside of his head after he went inside the virtual prison to save the man. Feeling guilty in creating it, he sent ''himself'' to a virtual prison for twenty years]]. It was titled ''The Sentence'' , fittingly enough.
19th May '16 8:56:23 AM Seanette
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* An episode of [[Series/TheOuterLimits1995 the remake of ''The Outer Limits'' had almost the same plot as on ''Deep Space Nine'', with [[{{Series/Frasier David Hyde Pierce]] as the creator of a virtual prison which works by implanted memories. However, it works ''too'' well, such that the first prisoner put into it dies of shock after he gets caught up in a virtual riot. Then the creator is himself sent to prison when he's convicted of causing the man's death by negligence. [[spoiler: It turns out this all happened inside of his head after he went inside the virtual prison to save the man. Feeling guilty in creating it, he sent ''himself'' to a virtual prison for twenty years]]. It was titled ''The Sentence'' , fittingly enough.

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* An episode of [[Series/TheOuterLimits1995 the remake of ''The Outer Limits'' had almost the same plot as on ''Deep Space Nine'', with [[{{Series/Frasier [[{{Series/Frasier}} David Hyde Pierce]] as the creator of a virtual prison which works by implanted memories. However, it works ''too'' well, such that the first prisoner put into it dies of shock after he gets caught up in a virtual riot. Then the creator is himself sent to prison when he's convicted of causing the man's death by negligence. [[spoiler: It turns out this all happened inside of his head after he went inside the virtual prison to save the man. Feeling guilty in creating it, he sent ''himself'' to a virtual prison for twenty years]]. It was titled ''The Sentence'' , fittingly enough.
17th May '16 1:39:38 PM Willbyr
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** [[spoiler: Asuna]] has fake memories of a normal childhood in the mundane world as part of her success at [[IJustWantToBeNormal becoming normal]] ten years prior.

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** [[spoiler: Asuna]] [[spoiler:Asuna]] has fake memories of a normal childhood in the mundane world as part of her success at [[IJustWantToBeNormal becoming normal]] ten years prior.



* ''[[{{VideoGame/DeusEx}} Deus Ex]]'': An email suggests that [[spoiler: JC has these of his younger days, and is actually only a few years old in reality. However, other emails also talk about his time in school, and Bob Page mentions his parents in one taunt, so the truth is still up in the air.]]

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* ''[[{{VideoGame/DeusEx}} Deus Ex]]'': ''VideoGame/DeusEx'': An email suggests that [[spoiler: JC has these of his younger days, and is actually only a few years old in reality. However, other emails also talk about his time in school, and Bob Page mentions his parents in one taunt, so the truth is still up in the air.]]



* Pratically the entire premise of ''KingdomHearts: Chain of Memories'', as [[spoiler: the character of Namine]] has the power to rewrite memories.
** Also, in the second game, "VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII", [[spoiler: Roxas]] has a false past of happy friends and a pretty hometown. [[spoiler: He's really a Nobody, who has to effectively die to wake the player character Sora from a Naminé-induced coma.]]

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Pratically the entire premise of ''KingdomHearts: Chain of Memories'', ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'', as [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the character of Namine]] has the power to rewrite memories.
** Also, in the second game, "VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII", In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', [[spoiler: Roxas]] has a false past of happy friends and a pretty hometown. [[spoiler: He's really a Nobody, who has to effectively die to wake the player character Sora from a Naminé-induced coma.]]
4th May '16 12:18:05 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensions'', Aigami altered the memories of everyone in Domino City, implanting the notion that he was a new student at Domino High School.
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