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26th Oct '15 8:53:49 PM M84
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* In ''Videogame/KingdomsOfAmalurReckoning'', Agarth realized being a Fateweaver wasn't all it was cracked up to be when he foresaw his own ultimate fate of being the main ingredient of an ettin's stewpot. He got ''very'' drunk that day. When he accompanies the Fateless One during an early quest, they encounter an ettin. Agarth tells the Fateless One to go on ahead, convinced that this is the day he will die. The Fateless One then demonstrates the power to ScrewDestiny by slaying the ettin, averting Agarth's fated end.
27th Sep '15 5:55:41 PM zarpaulus
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** In ''Literature/MethuselahsChildren'' [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld Lazarus Long]] mentions meeting a scientist who had a machine that could predict when one died, when Lazarus used it the inventor didn't give him his result and said the machine was obviously malfunctioning.
22nd Sep '15 8:36:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Rika Furude in ''[[VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi Higurashi]]'' tells Akasaka in the Time Killing Chapter that she will be killed around the Cotton Drifting festival of 1983. She knows this due to the GroundHogDayLoop.
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* Rika Furude in ''[[VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi ''[[VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry Higurashi]]'' tells Akasaka in the Time Killing Chapter that she will be killed around the Cotton Drifting festival of 1983. She knows this due to the GroundHogDayLoop.
20th Sep '15 5:21:23 PM nombretomado
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* Apparently, soldiers of the NapoleonicWars had psychic tendencies.
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* Apparently, soldiers of the NapoleonicWars UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars had psychic tendencies.
14th Jun '15 2:38:14 AM benda
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* An interesting case in ''Film/FourFliesOnGreyVelvet'': [[spoiler: Roberto Tobias repeatedly has dreams about himself being decapitated. In the end it is revealed that it was not himself who he saw in the dreams, but his wife, who turns out to the villain and is indeed decapitated.]]
23rd May '15 4:28:43 PM Anddrix
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** In ''Convergence: The Flash #2'', Barry Allen learns the circumstances of his death from ComicBook/{{Tangent|Comics}} Superman.
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** In ''Convergence: The Flash #2'', Barry Allen learns the circumstances of his death from ComicBook/{{Tangent|Comics}} Creator/{{Tangent|Comics}} Superman.
23rd May '15 4:21:36 PM Anddrix
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* ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'': ** In ''Convergence: Adventures of Superman #1'', Pre-Crisis Supergirl sees her life and death at the hands of the Anti-Monitor while in the Phantom Zone, and it haunts her for the rest of the story. ** In ''Convergence: The Flash #2'', Barry Allen learns the circumstances of his death from ComicBook/{{Tangent|Comics}} Superman.
14th Apr '15 7:08:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* Any protagonist doing this is what kicks off the plots of the ''FinalDestination'' series. The deaths of a small group of people is avoided as a result, but then Death gets mad...
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* Any protagonist doing this is what kicks off the plots of the ''FinalDestination'' ''Franchise/FinalDestination'' series. The deaths of a small group of people is avoided as a result, but then Death gets mad...

* In ''{{Film/Sherlock Holmes}}'', Watson claims to have met a man in India who accurately predicted the circumstances of his death, including the number of bullets and where they hit him. * In ''[[Film/TheMatrix Matrix: Revolutions]]'', the Oracle foresees her death / assimilation by the rogue Agent Smith, as evidenced by her calm, unsurprised demeanor when he finally arrives at her current place of residence.
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* In ''{{Film/Sherlock Holmes}}'', ''Film/SherlockHolmes'', Watson claims to have met a man in India who accurately predicted the circumstances of his death, including the number of bullets and where they hit him. * In ''[[Film/TheMatrix Matrix: Revolutions]]'', ''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions'', the Oracle foresees her death / assimilation by the rogue Agent Smith, as evidenced by her calm, unsurprised demeanor when he finally arrives at her current place of residence.
18th Jan '15 10:37:17 PM Patachou
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[[AC:Music]] * Music/SydBarrett's album ''Music/{{Barrett}}'' has a song called [[spoiler: "Effervescing Elephant". The elephant in this song predicts he will die in June because of a roaming tiger. While the jungle animals flee the tiger assures them he will not hurt one of them, but prefers something that is less scant to chew on, namely the elephant, who is then eaten by him.]]
26th Nov '14 11:39:50 PM Abracadabrantes
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* Apparently, soldiers of the NapoleonicWars had psychic tendencies. ** Marshal Jean Lannes told Doctor Lannefranque, who was tending to the wounded in the aftermath of the first day of the Battle of Essling (21 May 1809), that he had a feeling that he would need Lannefranque's services soon, and that whatever the issue, it would he bis last battle. On the evening of the next day, he was brought in with both legs shattered by a cannonball and died of gangrene nine days later. ** On the morning of 6 July 1809, General Antoine Lasalle found his pipe and alcohol vials broken and was in a sombre mood for the whole day. In the evening, took a stray bullet to the head. ** General Thiébault, who recounts the anecdote about Lasalle, also gives a near-fatal example: during the siege of Genoa, he had to bring an order to Colonel Mouton, who replied "That's a [[PrecisionFStrike f...]] suicidal order you're bringing." He carried it out nonetheless, and was brought back grievously wounded. ** On the morning of 1 May 1813, Marshal Jean-Baptiste Bessières burnt all of his wife's letter and refused to eat at first; but when his aides-de-camp finally convinced him to have something, he muttered: "If I am to die today, I do not want to die on an empty stomach." A few hours later... ** On 22 May 1813, General Géraud Duroc, one of Napoleon's most devoted men, sounded particularly defeatist as he told his friend Marshal Marmont: "Napoleon's thirst for battle is endless... He will get us all killed!" He was eviscerated by a cannonball and died at dawn on the next day.
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