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21st Oct '17 8:17:32 AM nighttrainfm
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** River Song, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary first]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead introduced]] to (''and'' killed off soon after meeting) the Tenth Doctor in 2008, turns out to be the daughter of Eleventh Doctor companions Amy and Rory, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour introduced]] in 2010. Her example is among the most extreme on this page -- thanks to the TimeyWimeyBall ''and'' [[TheNthDoctor Time Lord regeneration]], she actually [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler spends her entire teenage years]] growing alongside her parents as their contemporary BlackBestFriend, even playing a role in hooking them together. She also visited her parents' wedding and later married the Really700YearsOld Doctor herself, making her 20+ something old parents his in-laws.

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** River Song, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary first]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead introduced]] to (''and'' killed off soon after meeting) the Tenth Doctor in 2008, turns out to be the daughter of Eleventh Doctor companions Amy and Rory, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour introduced]] in 2010. Her example is among the most extreme on this page -- thanks to the TimeyWimeyBall ''and'' [[TheNthDoctor Time Lord regeneration]], she actually [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler spends her entire teenage years]] growing alongside her parents as their contemporary BlackBestFriend, even playing a role in hooking getting them together. She also visited her parents' wedding and later married the Really700YearsOld Doctor herself, making her 20+ something old parents his in-laws.
6th Sep '17 10:52:38 AM CosmicFerret
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* [[FragileSpeedster Bart Allen/Impulse]] in ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' is [[TheFlash Barry Allen/The Flash]]'s grandson from the future. Coincidentally this occurred mere hours after Iris found out she was pregnant; she had not even had a chance to tell Barry yet. And ''she'' didn't realize she was having twins.

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* [[FragileSpeedster Bart Allen/Impulse]] in ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' is [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Barry Allen/The Flash]]'s grandson from the future. Coincidentally this occurred mere hours after Iris found out she was pregnant; she had not even had a chance to tell Barry yet. And ''she'' didn't realize she was having twins.
24th Jul '17 1:56:15 PM Malady
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** A rumor says that Chris was originally supposed to be ''Phoebe and Cole's'' son from the future, meant to give Phoebe a reason to have hope for her bad luck in romance. It makes sense given his original actions earlier in the season--he had strong connections to demons and moved around in the underworld to access magic that would protect his identity from the Charmed Ones. The pressure was really on to identify whose kid he was after Creator/HollyMarieCombs became pregnant though, and it's incredibly fortunate that the series hadn't revealed Chris' origins beforehand for the writers' sake. (It's also worth noting that the writers ''originally'' intended to use Wyatt, who was already born by that point, but thoug it would be too obvious.)

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** A rumor says that Chris was originally supposed to be ''Phoebe and Cole's'' son from the future, meant to give Phoebe a reason to have hope for her bad luck in romance. It makes sense given his original actions earlier in the season--he had strong connections to demons and moved around in the underworld to access magic that would protect his identity from the Charmed Ones. The pressure was really on to identify whose kid he was after Creator/HollyMarieCombs became pregnant though, and it's incredibly fortunate that the series hadn't revealed Chris' origins beforehand for the writers' sake. (It's also worth noting that the writers ''originally'' intended to use Wyatt, who was already born by that point, but thoug thought it would be too obvious.)
24th Jul '17 1:53:00 PM Malady
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* This trope is central to ''Literature/TheGlassRuins]]'', where the main character is sent into the past [[spoiler:to prevent his mother who is pregnant with him from having an abortion.]]

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* This trope is central to ''Literature/TheGlassRuins]]'', ''Literature/TheGlassRuins'', where the main character is sent into the past [[spoiler:to prevent his mother who is pregnant with him from having an abortion.]]
24th Jul '17 1:52:38 PM Malady
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* ''Manga/LittleJumper'': It features a high school student (Hiroki) who suddenly meets a girl (Chimari) who illegally time-traveled from the future to cure her ailing mother via genetic manipulation - and he is her (future) father. Two complications: 1) she hates her father (him), and 2) neither of them have any idea who her mother could [[TimeTravelTenseTrouble (will?)]] be. A surprisingly widely agreed-on theory is that [[spoiler:she could very well be her own future mother]], which would effectively [[spoiler:create both a StableTimeLoop ''and'' a decent amount of fan-discomfort.]] How it all concludes: [[spoiler:Chimari isn't actually Hiroki's kid, she the result of Ai-chan being a TrulySingleParent, via some [[MagicFromTechnology Techno]]-MysticalPregnancy involving time travel. Likely the Time Jumper, but could some other time travel method.]]

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* ''Manga/LittleJumper'': It features a high school student (Hiroki) who suddenly meets a girl (Chimari) who illegally time-traveled from the future to cure her ailing mother via genetic manipulation - and he is her (future) father. Two complications: 1) she hates her father (him), and 2) neither of them have any idea who her mother could [[TimeTravelTenseTrouble (will?)]] be. A surprisingly widely agreed-on theory is that [[spoiler:she could very well be her own future mother]], which would effectively [[spoiler:create both a StableTimeLoop ''and'' a decent amount of fan-discomfort.]] How it all concludes: [[spoiler:Chimari isn't actually Hiroki's kid, she the result of Ai-chan being a TrulySingleParent, via some [[MagicFromTechnology Techno]]-MysticalPregnancy involving time travel. Likely The cause is likely the Time Jumper, but it could some other time travel method.]]



** Later, Doraemon bring [[spoiler:Nobisuke'son]] aka [[spoiler:Nobita's grandson]] to the present time in the same episode.

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** Later, Doraemon bring [[spoiler:Nobisuke'son]] [[spoiler:Nobisuke's son]] aka [[spoiler:Nobita's grandson]] to the present time in the same episode.



* Aura of ''Mythic Quest'' is more an [[InstantAIJustAddWater AI]] daughter from another dimension who suddenly introduces herself to her "father," but she plays about the same role in her parents' relationship.

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* Aura of ''Mythic Quest'' ''Manga/MythicQuest'' is more an [[InstantAIJustAddWater AI]] daughter from another dimension who suddenly introduces herself to her "father," but she plays about the same role in her parents' relationship.



* In ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' [[spoiler: Suzuha]] is this to [[spoiler: Daru]], although neither know at first, as the kid in question has very little information to go on regarding the identity of their parents, since it would have to be a very carefully-guarded secret to prevent rival time-travelers from being able to target them.

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* In ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' [[spoiler: Suzuha]] [[spoiler:Suzuha]] is this to [[spoiler: Daru]], although neither know at first, as the kid in question has very little information to go on regarding the identity of their parents, since it would have to be a very carefully-guarded secret to prevent rival time-travelers from being able to target them.



** [[spoiler: Played straight]] in the "Empire of the Dawn" arc, with the arrival of [[spoiler: a girl strongly resembling Yukina but with Kojou's eyes named Reina. She also has vampiric abilities similar to Kojou's, and can summon a golden spear that resembles Yukina's. She reveals she was sent twenty years into the past in pursuit of a powerful artificially-created monster intent on retroactively destroying Itogami Island before it can become the titular sovereign nation. After helping the main cast defeat the monster, she returns to the future, but not before unambiguously stating that she's Yukina's daughter. Yukina and Kojou awkwardly try to act like this doesn't establish a ForegoneConclusion for their UnresolvedSexualTension. After the credits, TheStinger reveals that this girl also has a half-sister, the daughter of Koujo and [[BalancedHarem Asagi]].]]

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** [[spoiler: Played [[spoiler:Played straight]] in the "Empire of the Dawn" arc, with the arrival of [[spoiler: a girl strongly resembling Yukina but with Kojou's eyes named Reina. She also has vampiric abilities similar to Kojou's, and can summon a golden spear that resembles Yukina's. She reveals she was sent twenty years into the past in pursuit of a powerful artificially-created monster intent on retroactively destroying Itogami Island before it can become the titular sovereign nation. After helping the main cast defeat the monster, she returns to the future, but not before unambiguously stating that she's Yukina's daughter. Yukina and Kojou awkwardly try to act like this doesn't establish a ForegoneConclusion for their UnresolvedSexualTension. After the credits, TheStinger reveals that this girl also has a half-sister, the daughter of Koujo and [[BalancedHarem Asagi]].]]



* In ''Bones of the Earth'', some time-traveling paleontologists get stranded in the Mesozoic for months. Once rescued, they're welcomed home by hordes of media and friends from many different times ... including an adult version of the baby one of their group gave birth to in the Mesozoic. He doesn't save them, but he gets to hold his infant self.

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* In ''Bones of the Earth'', ''Literature/BonesOfTheEarth'', some time-traveling paleontologists get stranded in the Mesozoic for months. Once rescued, they're welcomed home by hordes of media and friends from many different times ... including an adult version of the baby one of their group gave birth to in the Mesozoic. He doesn't save them, but he gets to hold his infant self.



* This trope is central to ''[[http://chrisjonesbooks.com/the-glass-ruins/ The Glass Ruins]]'', where the main character is sent into the past [[spoiler:to prevent his mother who is pregnant with him from having an abortion.]]

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* This trope is central to ''[[http://chrisjonesbooks.com/the-glass-ruins/ The Glass Ruins]]'', ''Literature/TheGlassRuins]]'', where the main character is sent into the past [[spoiler:to prevent his mother who is pregnant with him from having an abortion.]]



** River Song, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary first]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead introduced]] to (''and'' killed off soon after meeting) the Tenth Doctor in 2008, turns out to be the daughter of Eleventh Doctor companions Amy and Rory, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour introduced]] in 2010. Her example is among the most extreme on this page -- thanks to the TimeyWimeyBall ''and'' [[TheNthDoctor Time Lord regeneration]], she actually [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler spends her entire teenage years]] growing alongside her parents as their contemporary BlackBestFriend, even playing a role in hooking them together. She also visited her parents' wedding and later married the Really700YearsOld Doctor herself, making her 20+something old parents his in-laws.

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** River Song, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary first]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead introduced]] to (''and'' killed off soon after meeting) the Tenth Doctor in 2008, turns out to be the daughter of Eleventh Doctor companions Amy and Rory, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour introduced]] in 2010. Her example is among the most extreme on this page -- thanks to the TimeyWimeyBall ''and'' [[TheNthDoctor Time Lord regeneration]], she actually [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E8LetsKillHitler spends her entire teenage years]] growing alongside her parents as their contemporary BlackBestFriend, even playing a role in hooking them together. She also visited her parents' wedding and later married the Really700YearsOld Doctor herself, making her 20+something 20+ something old parents his in-laws.



* Wataru becomes one to Otoya in ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' when he decides to travel back in time both in-series and in-movie. Ironically, he does so because [[spoiler: he's in despair at accidentally killing his love interest Mio, so he tries to convince [[ReallyGetsAround Otoya]] and [[TheVamp Maya]] ''not'' to have him. In the end, both convince him to choose to live.]] Given the strong GenerationXerox Kiva has, [[spoiler:Wataru's son from 22 years in the future appears in the finale, along with Kivat the 4th, who gives him the power to become New Kiva.]]

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* Wataru becomes one to Otoya in ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' when he decides to travel back in time both in-series and in-movie. Ironically, he does so because [[spoiler: he's [[spoiler:he's in despair at accidentally killing his love interest Mio, so he tries to convince [[ReallyGetsAround Otoya]] and [[TheVamp Maya]] ''not'' to have him. In the end, both convince him to choose to live.]] Given the strong GenerationXerox Kiva has, [[spoiler:Wataru's son from 22 years in the future appears in the finale, along with Kivat the 4th, who gives him the power to become New Kiva.]]
23rd Jul '17 6:07:35 PM Storygirl000
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21st Jul '17 10:59:57 PM WithFlowers
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', Jade's 'penpal' [[spoiler: claims to be her future grandson.]] What this truly means remains to be seen. [[spoiler: [[HappilyAdopted Parentage is]] [[StableTimeLoop a strange]] [[MyOwnGrampa thing in]] ''Homestuck''.]] We later meet him in Act 6, where it turns out [[spoiler:Jade is his grandmother - except it's an AlternateUniverse version of Jade. And Jake's counterpart in the original universe was Jade's grandfather... who was also her genetic father.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', Jade's 'penpal' [[spoiler: claims to be her future grandson.]] What this truly means remains to be seen. [[spoiler: [[HappilyAdopted Parentage is]] [[StableTimeLoop a strange]] [[MyOwnGrampa thing in]] ''Homestuck''.]] We later meet him in Act 6, where it turns out [[spoiler:Jade is his grandmother - except it's an AlternateUniverse version of Jade. And Jake's counterpart in the original universe was Jade's grandfather... who was also her genetic father. And he's effectively cloned from Jade and her genetic brother, so his existence and parentage tells us nothing about Jade's future love life.]]
20th Jul '17 10:03:39 AM ultimomant
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' work ''[[http://moringmark.tumblr.com/tagged/ship-war-au/chrono Ship War Au]]'', two kids from alternate futures arrive. Elizabeth, the daughter of Marco and Star, and Jam, the son of Marco and Jackie. They attempt to protect their parents and fight each other over getting their respective parents to come together.


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' work ''Webcomic/ShipWarAU'', two kids from alternate futures arrive. Elizabeth, the daughter of Marco and Star, and Jam, the son of Marco and Jackie. They attempt to protect their parents and fight each other over getting their respective parents to come together, while on a mission to fix their timelines.
6th Jul '17 8:02:29 AM fruitstripegum
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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/collections/CardinalKing Cardinal King]]'', being a Franchise/SailorMoon fanfic, has an example. As the story revolves around Mamoru being the HenshinHero and not Usagi, the kid in question is [[OriginalCharacter Mamorin]], a boy with [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows red hair and red eyes]], instead of Chibi-Usa.

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* ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/collections/CardinalKing Cardinal King]]'', ''Fanfic/CardinalKing'', being a Franchise/SailorMoon fanfic, has an example. As the story revolves around Mamoru being the HenshinHero and not Usagi, the kid in question is [[OriginalCharacter Mamorin]], a boy with [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows red hair and red eyes]], instead of Chibi-Usa.
25th Jun '17 11:08:56 AM nombretomado
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* In the final season of ''Series/GoodnightSweetheart'', Gary (who regularly time-travels back to WorldWarTwo, and maintains a second life there) is taken aback to meet his Kid In The Present.

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* In the final season of ''Series/GoodnightSweetheart'', Gary (who regularly time-travels back to WorldWarTwo, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, and maintains a second life there) is taken aback to meet his Kid In The Present.
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