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2nd May '18 9:43:07 AM HellTabby
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* ''VideoGame/NewDanganRonpaV3'': [[spoiler: All the characters are actually normal people who auditioned to be on the [[TrumanShowPlot reality TV show Danganronpa]]. Their memories were replaced with fake memories to make them believe they're ultimate students accepted into the prestigious [[SchoolForScheming Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles]]. Every chapter, they are given Flashback Lights which cause them to recover specific memories, which are also fake.]]
8th Apr '18 3:53:14 AM CountDorku
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* The Nazzadi in ''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech'' were given an entirely fake history, including fictional memories, when the Migou were creating them to conquer Earth. Finding out how badly they'd been manipulated triggered a HeelFaceTurn.
5th Apr '18 9:59:05 PM josh6243
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* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX'': [[spoiler:Both of the protagonists. In reality they are {{Ordinary High School Student}}s in his 3rd year who both come from a world without HumongousMecha. One day, they were brought over to Al-Warth and inducted into the Order of Mages, complete with false memories of training there for several years.]]

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* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX'': [[spoiler:Both of the protagonists. In reality reality, they are {{Ordinary High School Student}}s in his their 3rd year who both come from a world without HumongousMecha. One day, they were brought over to Al-Warth and inducted into the Order of Mages, complete with false memories of training there for several years.]]
5th Apr '18 6:38:38 PM josh6243
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* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX'': [[spoiler:Both of the protagonists. In reality they are {{Ordinary High School Student}}s in his 3rd year who both come from a world without HumongousMecha. One day, they were brought over to Al-Warth and inducted into the Order of Mages, complete with false memories of training there for several years.]]
31st Mar '18 2:44:31 PM Brainbin
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*** One reason true eidetic memory enjoys the profile it has despite its extreme rarity is it just so happens that one of these extremely few people in the world who has it is Marilu Henner, already a celebrity as an actress (best known as Elaine Nardo on ''Series/{{Taxi}}''). Henner's friend Lesley Stahl chose to involve her in a ''Series/SixtyMinutes'' story on eidetic memory because she recognized that Henner had the condition from how it was described to her.

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*** One reason true eidetic memory enjoys the profile it has despite its extreme rarity is it just so happens that one of these extremely few people in the world who has it is Marilu Henner, already a celebrity as an actress (best known as Elaine Nardo on ''Series/{{Taxi}}''). Henner's friend Lesley Stahl chose to involve her in a ''Series/SixtyMinutes'' story on eidetic memory because she recognized that Henner had the condition from how it was described to her. She makes for an ideal subject in the experimental testing that researchers do on people with true eidetic memory because, as a public figure, it's very easy to find out verifiable information about her past.
31st Mar '18 2:36:53 PM Brainbin
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*** One reason true eidetic memory enjoys the profile it has despite its extreme rarity is it just so happens that one of these extremely few people in the world who has it is Marilu Henner, already a celebrity as an actress (best known as Elaine on ''Series/{{Taxi}}''). Henner's friend Lesley Stahl chose to involve her in a ''Series/60Minutes'' story on eidetic memory because she recognized that Henner had the condition from how it was described to her.

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*** One reason true eidetic memory enjoys the profile it has despite its extreme rarity is it just so happens that one of these extremely few people in the world who has it is Marilu Henner, already a celebrity as an actress (best known as Elaine Nardo on ''Series/{{Taxi}}''). Henner's friend Lesley Stahl chose to involve her in a ''Series/60Minutes'' ''Series/SixtyMinutes'' story on eidetic memory because she recognized that Henner had the condition from how it was described to her.
31st Mar '18 2:35:50 PM Brainbin
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*** One reason true eidetic memory enjoys the profile it has despite its extreme rarity is it just so happens that one of these extremely few people in the world who has it is Marilu Henner, already a celebrity as an actress (best known as Elaine on ''Series/{{Taxi}}''). Henner's friend Lesley Stahl chose to involve her in a ''Series/60Minutes'' story on eidetic memory because she recognized that Henner had the condition from how it was described to her.
3rd Feb '18 4:02:33 PM VicGeorge2011
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** In "Little Sister Smurf Lost", Sassette's origin of being a magically-created Smurf created by the Smurflings also turns out to be a fake memory, one that Avengelica, the spirit that trapped her within a CrystalPrison, made all but Empath believe to be the truth, since he was the only Smurf not present at the time when she was released from her prison to continue living out her life as a Smurfling.
31st Jan '18 2:04:15 AM VVK
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* The PlayerCharacter in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic's'' seems to have a generic and unimportant background, as revealed in a dialogue with Bastila Shan, giving no explanation for the interest the main villains are taking in them. This lack of explanation turns out to be due to erased and fake memories: [[spoiler: Everything in their memories until relatively recently is fake. They have been reprogrammed to think they have always been a loyal subject of the Republic, so as to motivate them to help the Republic to find the [[ArtifactOfDoom Star Forge]] -- and hiding the fact that they ''were'' one of the main villains.]]

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* The PlayerCharacter in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic's'' seems to have a generic and unimportant background, as revealed in a dialogue with Bastila Shan, giving no explanation for the interest the main villains are taking in them. This lack of explanation turns out to be due to erased the relevant memories having been lost and replaced with fake memories: ones: [[spoiler: Everything in their memories until relatively recently is fake. They have been reprogrammed to think they have always been a loyal subject of the Republic, so as to motivate them to help the Republic to find the [[ArtifactOfDoom Star Forge]] -- and hiding the fact that they ''were'' one of the main villains.]]
31st Jan '18 1:44:59 AM VVK
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* This is the premise behind ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic's'' TomatoInTheMirror: [[spoiler: the PlayerCharacter is former Sith Lord Darth Revan, reprogrammed to act as a Jedi agent and pursue the [[ArtifactOfDoom Star Forge]]]].

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* This is the premise behind The PlayerCharacter in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic's'' TomatoInTheMirror: seems to have a generic and unimportant background, as revealed in a dialogue with Bastila Shan, giving no explanation for the interest the main villains are taking in them. This lack of explanation turns out to be due to erased and fake memories: [[spoiler: the PlayerCharacter Everything in their memories until relatively recently is former Sith Lord Darth Revan, fake. They have been reprogrammed to act think they have always been a loyal subject of the Republic, so as a Jedi agent and pursue to motivate them to help the Republic to find the [[ArtifactOfDoom Star Forge]]]].Forge]] -- and hiding the fact that they ''were'' one of the main villains.]]
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