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19th Mar '17 10:01:30 PM Malady
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* Brady "Honey" Smith from ''WebcomicSailorSun'' is a parody of this trope, and specifically Chibi-Usa.

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* Brady "Honey" Smith from ''WebcomicSailorSun'' ''Webcomic/SailorSun'' is a parody of this trope, and specifically Chibi-Usa.
19th Mar '17 4:38:11 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* Impulse, Bart Allen, was the ComicBook/TheFlash's cousin from the future -- and the grandson of Barry Allen, the greatest Flash of the Franchise/DCUniverse.
** Also, Impulse's half-brother, Captain Boomerang Jr.

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* Impulse, From ''ComicBook/TheFlash'':
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Bart Allen, Allen (Impulse/Kid Flash II) was the ComicBook/TheFlash's Wally West's (The Flash III) cousin from the future -- and 30th Century--and the grandson of Barry Allen, the greatest Allen (The Flash II) who had spent a long time in the 30th Century before his death. Bart is also technically also the great-great-great (you know how this goes) grandson of the Franchise/DCUniverse.
Eobard Thawne (The Reverse-Flash I) on his mother's side.
** Also, Jenny Ognats (XS) is Bart's cousin, and thus also Wally's cousin and Barry's granddaughter. She too was born in the 30th Century.
** Iris West II, the (seemingly) third Kid Flash, is Wally's future daughter. She was introduced in the 90s, and eventually by the mid-00s Wally and his wife Linda had twins, one of whom was named Iris and would become the second Impulse.
** In "Chain Lightning", Wally West, Jesse Quick, Jay Garrick, Max Mercury and Impulse are requried to travel through time recruiting the Flashes of various eras, and one of them is a man named [[DeadguyJunior Jace Allen]], a descendant of Barry Allen's.
** Owen Mercer (Captain Boomerang II), is
Impulse's half-brother, conceived while the original Captain Boomerang Jr.Boomerang, Digger Harkness, ended up in the 30th Century and lost his memory. Digger somehow ends up back in the present, but isn't aware of Owen's existence until Owen is already an adult. Owen is also the great-great-great (you know how this goes) grandson of Eobard Thawne.
13th Mar '17 10:59:43 AM AthenaBlue
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* Alba from ''Literature/TheTimeTravelersWife'' (approximately--she appears after Henry and Clare are married but when they think they can't have kids, and Henry comes forward in time to see her about as much as she goes back to see him). In one of the final scenes in the book, Alba visits Henry before he meets Clare. Even after she says she was looking for her father but was apparently too early, he still fails to understand who she is.
* Done weirdly in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures novel ''Father Time''. Neither the Doctor nor his KidFromTheFuture, Miranda, knows that he's her biological father, despite the fact they look decidedly alike (when she grows up, they're even about the same height) and she's the [[WhereIWasBornAndRazed only other member]] of his [[HumanAlien species]] he [[TraumaInducedAmnesia remembers]] meeting. He [[ChildrenRaiseYou adopts her]] and raises her like his own, not realizing that she actually is. ([[TimeyWimeyBall Confusing things further]], if Miranda's father ''is'' a future version of the Doctor [the books are only implicit on this point], then it's almost certainly a future that never actually happened; and was unlikely to happen even by the time of ''Father Time'').



* 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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* Done weirdly in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures novel ''Father Time''. Neither the Doctor nor his KidFromTheFuture, Miranda, knows that he's her biological father, despite the fact they look decidedly alike (when she grows up, they're even about the same height) and she's the [[WhereIWasBornAndRazed only other member]] of his [[HumanAlien species]] he [[TraumaInducedAmnesia remembers]] meeting. He [[ChildrenRaiseYou adopts her]] and raises her like his own, not realizing that she actually is. ([[TimeyWimeyBall Confusing things further]], if Miranda's father ''is'' a future version of the Doctor [the books are only implicit on this point], then it's almost certainly a future that never actually happened; and was unlikely to happen even by the time of ''Father Time'').
* This trope is central to [[http://chrisjonesbooks.''[[http://chrisjonesbooks.com/the-glass-ruins/ The Glass Ruins]], Ruins]]'', where the main character is sent into the past [[spoiler:to prevent his mother who is pregnant with him from having an abortion.]]]]
* Alba from ''Literature/TheTimeTravelersWife'' (approximately--she appears after Henry and Clare are married but when they think they can't have kids, and Henry comes forward in time to see her about as much as she goes back to see him). In one of the final scenes in the book, Alba visits Henry before he meets Clare. Even after she says she was looking for her father but was apparently too early, he still fails to understand who she is.



* Alexander Rozhenko does this in an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. [[spoiler:Due to having grown up to be a pacifist and diplomat, his perceived weakness led to him nearly being assassinated by political rivals, with Worf TakingTheBullet. He traveled back to convince his younger self to become a warrior as his father had wanted, but when this plan fails, he attempts to kill his younger self to ensure that future never came to be. Worf luckily convinces him that the future is not set in stone and even if he pursues the path of peace, it is something [[SoProudOfYou he would be proud of]].]] Interestingly, when Alexander shows up in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' as a young adult it's sshown that the BadFuture has been thoroughly averted, but this incident isn't even mentioned except in passing.
** Two other ''Franchise/StarTrek'' episodes, namely the ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' episode "Childen of Time" and the ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'' episode "E[[superscript:2]]", had a variant of this trope, in which the descendants of the crew (of the ''Defiant'' and the ''NX-01'' respectively) ended up in the present due to the ship's imminent travel into the past, with no way back. [[spoiler: In both episodes, the time travel eventually gets prevented, but not without paying the high price of the "future" children's existence.]]
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':
** Dean in the episode "In the Beginning".
** And both Sam ''and'' Dean in the episode "The Song Remains the Same".

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* Alexander Rozhenko does this in an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. [[spoiler:Due to having grown up to be a pacifist and diplomat, his perceived weakness led to him nearly being assassinated by political rivals, ''Series/DoctorWho'' has multiple examples, dealing with Worf TakingTheBullet. He traveled back to convince his younger self to become TimeTravel on a warrior as his father had wanted, but when this plan fails, he attempts to kill his younger self to ensure that future never came to be. Worf luckily convinces him that regular basis.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E8FathersDay "Father's Day"]] has companion Rose Tyler meet her mother, father, and infant self.
-->'''Jackie:''' Her dad? How are you her dad? [[{{Squick}} How old were you, twelve?]]\\
'''Pete:''' Jacks - listen. This is Rose.\\
'''Jackie:''' Rose? How sick is that? You give my daughter a second hand name? How many are there? Do you call them ALL Rose?\\
'''Pete:''' Oh, for God's sake, look! It's
the future is not set in stone and even if he pursues the path of peace, it is something [[SoProudOfYou he would be proud of]].]] Interestingly, when Alexander shows up in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' as a young adult it's sshown that the BadFuture has been thoroughly averted, but this incident isn't even mentioned except in passing.
SAME Rose!
** Two other ''Franchise/StarTrek'' episodes, namely the ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' episode "Childen of Time" and the ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'' episode "E[[superscript:2]]", had a variant of this trope, in which the descendants of the crew (of the ''Defiant'' and the ''NX-01'' respectively) ended up in the present due to the ship's imminent travel into the past, with no way back. [[spoiler: In both episodes, the time travel eventually gets prevented, but not without paying the high price of the "future" children's existence.]]
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':
** Dean in the episode "In the Beginning".
** And both Sam
River Song, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary first]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead introduced]] ''and'' Dean in killed off to 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.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E9Hide "Hide"]], the Doctor meets a scientist and a psychic investigating a haunting, and discovers the "ghost" to actually be a time traveler stuck in a pocket universe. After they rescue the girl, the Doctor reveals the time traveler to be one of the scientist and psychic's descendants, even though they weren't even technically a couple yet -- they had just finally begun to recognize the mutual UST.
** Subverted when Clara [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E4Listen meets and rescues]] another time travel pioneer named Orson Pink and, due to his resemblance to her [[RomanticFalseLead then-love interest]] Danny Pink, his mention of a time-travelling grandmother, and her witnessing of the above example, assumes that he's a descendant of hers, and that she and Danny are "supposed" to end up together, leading her to continue a date that was going badly before time travel got involved. While Orson is likely related to Danny in some way, he turns out [[RedHerring ''not'' to be a direct descendant]]: Clara's relationship disintegrates as a result of their incompatible lifestyles and her lies about her adventurous double life, and Danny himself dies in a sudden, tragic traffic accident just as she was trying to patch things up.
** ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures''
episode "The Song Remains Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith" uses [[RecycledScript the Same".same plot]] as "Father's Day", incorporating both Kid and Grandkid from the Future.
* 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.
* Claire Bennet plays this role in a season 3 episode of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', as does Hiro Nakamura.



* This may be what happens in the final episode of ''Series/KamenRiderGhost''. Ayumu, a mysterious boy seemingly from a [[BadFuture dystopian future]], armed with knowledge of who Takeru is and what he did as Ghost, appears searching for a powerful object capable of changing the course of history. [[EarlyBirdCameo With the help of]] [[Series/KamenRiderExAid his successor]], Takeru sets the boy's sullen attitude straight and convinces him that the future can be changed if people work together. Ayumu thanks Takeru as he steps back into the portal to his hown time; although his words become inaudible at this point, he is very clearly mouthing "otou-san"[[note]] dad[[/note]] as he vanishes, though unlike in the other cases on this page, it's never explicitly stated.
* ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'' - Cam's journey to become SixthRanger involves using a magic scroll to travel back in time. He witnesses his parents' first meeting (his mom kicking his dad's ass in front of their entire NinjaSchool), and "inherits" his morpher from her before returning to the present.
* Claire Bennet plays this role in a season 3 episode of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', as does Hiro Nakamura.

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* This may be what happens in the final episode of ''Series/KamenRiderGhost''. Ayumu, a mysterious boy seemingly from a [[BadFuture dystopian future]], armed with knowledge of who Takeru is and what he did as Ghost, appears searching for a powerful object capable of changing the course of history. [[EarlyBirdCameo With the help of]] [[Series/KamenRiderExAid his successor]], Takeru sets the boy's sullen attitude straight and convinces him that the future can be changed if people work together. Ayumu thanks Takeru as he steps back into the portal to his hown own time; although his words become inaudible at this point, he is very clearly mouthing "otou-san"[[note]] dad[[/note]] as he vanishes, though unlike in the other cases on this page, it's never explicitly stated.
* ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'' - Cam's journey to become SixthRanger involves using a magic scroll to travel back in time. He witnesses his parents' first meeting (his mom kicking his dad's ass in front The ending of their entire NinjaSchool), and "inherits" his morpher from her before returning to the present.
* Claire Bennet plays
last ep of ''Series/LoisAndClark'' was a setup for this role in a season 3 trope.
** Even though the same
episode of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', as does Hiro Nakamura.had DNA testing establish that Clark could never have a child with a human woman. Of course, it's not entirely unlikely that an advanced species like the Kryptonians could have devised a way to make such a pairing work.



* The ending of the last ep of ''Series/LoisAndClark'' was a setup for this trope.
** Even though the same episode had DNA testing establish that Clark could never have a child with a human woman. Of course, it's not entirely unlikely that an advanced species like the Kryptonians could have devised a way to make such a pairing work.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'' had multiple examples, dealing with TimeTravel on a regular basis.
** River Song, first introduced to Tenth Doctor ''and'' killed off in 2008, turns out to be the daughter of Eleventh Doctor companions Amy and Rory, introduced in 2010. Her example is among the most extreme on this page -- thanks to the TimeyWimeyBall ''and'' [[TheNthDoctor Time Lord Regeneration]], she actually 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.
** An earlier episode, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E8FathersDay "Father's Day"]], has companion Rose Tyler meet her mother, father, and infant self.
-->'''Jackie:''' Her dad? How are you her dad? [[{{Squick}} How old were you, twelve?]]\\
'''Pete:''' Jacks - listen. This is Rose.\\
'''Jackie:''' Rose? How sick is that? You give my daughter a second hand name? How many are there? Do you call them ALL Rose?\\
'''Pete:''' Oh, for God's sake, look! It's the SAME Rose!
** In the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E9Hide "Hide"]], the Doctor meets a scientist and a psychic investigating a haunting, and discovers the "ghost" to actually be a time traveler stuck in a pocket universe. After they rescue the girl, the Doctor reveals the time traveler to be one of the scientist and psychic's descendants, even though they weren't even technically a couple yet -- they had just finally begun to recognize the mutual UST.
** Subverted when Clara meets and rescues another time travel pioneer named Orson Pink and, due to his resemblance to her [[RomanticFalseLead then-love interest]] Danny Pink, his mention of a time-travelling grandmother, and her witnessing of the above example, assumes that he's a descendant of hers, and that she and Danny are 'supposed' to end up together, leading her continue a date that was going badly before time travel got involved. While Orson is likely related to Danny in some way, he turns out [[RedHerring ''not'' to be a direct descendant]]: Clara's relationship desintegrates as a result of their incompatible lifestyles and her lies about her adventurous double life, and Danny himself dies in a sudden, tragic traffic accident just as she was trying to patch things up.
** ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' episode "The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith" uses [[RecycledScript the same plot]] as "Father's Day", incorporating both Kid and Grandkid from the Future.
* 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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* The ending of the last ep of ''Series/LoisAndClark'' was a setup for this trope.
** Even though the same episode had DNA testing establish that Clark could never have a child with a human woman. Of course, it's not entirely unlikely that an advanced species like the Kryptonians could have devised a way
''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'' - Cam's journey to make such become SixthRanger involves using a pairing work.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'' had multiple examples, dealing with TimeTravel on a regular basis.
** River Song, first introduced
magic scroll to Tenth Doctor ''and'' killed off travel back in 2008, turns out to be the daughter of Eleventh Doctor companions Amy and Rory, introduced in 2010. Her example is among the most extreme on this page -- thanks to the TimeyWimeyBall ''and'' [[TheNthDoctor Time Lord Regeneration]], she actually 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 time. He witnesses his parents' wedding and later married the Really700YearsOld Doctor herself, making her 20+something old parents first meeting (his mom kicking his in-laws.
** An earlier episode, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E8FathersDay "Father's Day"]], has companion Rose Tyler meet her mother, father, and infant self.
-->'''Jackie:''' Her dad? How are you her dad? [[{{Squick}} How old were you, twelve?]]\\
'''Pete:''' Jacks - listen. This is Rose.\\
'''Jackie:''' Rose? How sick is that? You give my daughter a second hand name? How many are there? Do you call them ALL Rose?\\
'''Pete:''' Oh, for God's sake, look! It's the SAME Rose!
** In the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E9Hide "Hide"]], the Doctor meets a scientist and a psychic investigating a haunting, and discovers the "ghost" to actually be a time traveler stuck
dad's ass in a pocket universe. After they rescue the girl, the Doctor reveals the time traveler to be one of the scientist and psychic's descendants, even though they weren't even technically a couple yet -- they had just finally begun to recognize the mutual UST.
** Subverted when Clara meets and rescues another time travel pioneer named Orson Pink and, due to his resemblance to her [[RomanticFalseLead then-love interest]] Danny Pink, his mention of a time-travelling grandmother, and her witnessing of the above example, assumes that he's a descendant of hers, and that she and Danny are 'supposed' to end up together, leading her continue a date that was going badly before time travel got involved. While Orson is likely related to Danny in some way, he turns out [[RedHerring ''not'' to be a direct descendant]]: Clara's relationship desintegrates as a result
front of their incompatible lifestyles entire NinjaSchool), and "inherits" his morpher from her lies about her adventurous double life, and Danny himself dies in a sudden, tragic traffic accident just as she was trying before returning to patch things up.the present.
* Alexander Rozhenko does this in an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. [[spoiler:Due to having grown up to be a pacifist and diplomat, his perceived weakness led to him nearly being assassinated by political rivals, with Worf TakingTheBullet. He traveled back to convince his younger self to become a warrior as his father had wanted, but when this plan fails, he attempts to kill his younger self to ensure that future never came to be. Worf luckily convinces him that the future is not set in stone and even if he pursues the path of peace, it is something [[SoProudOfYou he would be proud of]].]] Interestingly, when Alexander shows up in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' as a young adult it's sshown that the BadFuture has been thoroughly averted, but this incident isn't even mentioned except in passing.
** ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' Two other ''Franchise/StarTrek'' episodes, namely the ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' episode "Childen of Time" and the ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'' episode "E[[superscript:2]]", had a variant of this trope, in which the descendants of the crew (of the ''Defiant'' and the ''NX-01'' respectively) ended up in the present due to the ship's imminent travel into the past, with no way back. [[spoiler: In both episodes, the time travel eventually gets prevented, but not without paying the high price of the "future" children's existence.]]
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':
** Dean in the episode "In the Beginning".
** And both Sam ''and'' Dean in the
episode "The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith" uses [[RecycledScript Song Remains the same plot]] as "Father's Day", incorporating both Kid and Grandkid from the Future.
* 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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8th Feb '17 2:30:02 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Fanfic/TwistOfFate'', the time-traveler Moses declares that Gunha Sogiita is Touma Kamijou and Misaki Shokuhou's son from the future who was brought into the present. The incredibly shocked and embarrassed Touma and Misaki suspect Moses was just messing with them, especially since Moses was snickering when he said it, but the incredibly gullible Gunha immediately believes it. Touma and Misaki are essentially forced to take responsibility for Gunha, even though they are roughly the same age, even going to a parent-teacher conference for him. It helps that they are much more mature than him. On the other hand, the girls in Touma's harem are not pleased that this means Misaki won.

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* In ''Fanfic/TwistOfFate'', the time-traveler Moses declares that Gunha Sogiita is Touma Kamijou and Misaki Shokuhou's son from the future who was brought into the present. The incredibly shocked and embarrassed Touma and Misaki suspect Moses was just messing with them, especially since Moses was snickering when he said it, but the incredibly gullible Gunha immediately believes it. Touma and Misaki are essentially forced to take responsibility for Gunha, even though they are roughly the same age, even going to a parent-teacher conference for him. It helps that they are much more mature than him. On the other hand, the girls in Touma's harem are not pleased that because if Mose was telling the truth, this means Misaki won.won. [[spoiler:Much later, Gunha somberly admits that he knew Moses was lying, but he went along with it because he liked Touma and Misaki and ''really'' wanted them to be his parents.]]
5th Dec '16 7:24:36 PM M84
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* NSFW Manga ''Yomeiro Choice'' has three (and counting, [[spoiler:up to four and a cybernetic assistant/daughter]]!) daughters from the future, each trying to get the protagonist to impregnate her mother so she doesn't cease to exist. [[spoiler:It ends with the protagonist [[MarryThemAll choosing all of them]]. All of the future daughters not only still exist, they are now sisters.

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* NSFW Manga ''Yomeiro Choice'' has three (and counting, [[spoiler:up to four and a cybernetic assistant/daughter]]!) daughters from the future, each trying to get the protagonist to impregnate her mother so she doesn't cease to exist. [[spoiler:It ends with the protagonist [[MarryThemAll choosing all of them]]. All of the future daughters not only still exist, they are now sisters.]]
5th Dec '16 7:24:15 PM M84
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* NSFW Manga ''Yomeiro Choice'' has three (and counting, [[spoiler:up to four and a cybernetic assistant/daughter]]!) daughters from the future, each trying to get the protagonist to impregnate her mother so she doesn't cease to exist.

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* NSFW Manga ''Yomeiro Choice'' has three (and counting, [[spoiler:up to four and a cybernetic assistant/daughter]]!) daughters from the future, each trying to get the protagonist to impregnate her mother so she doesn't cease to exist. [[spoiler:It ends with the protagonist [[MarryThemAll choosing all of them]]. All of the future daughters not only still exist, they are now sisters.
25th Nov '16 5:46:34 PM DokutaMaki
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* This may be what happens in the final episode of ''Series/KamenRiderGhost''. Ayumu, a mysterious boy seemingly from a [[BadFuture dystopian future]], armed with knowledge of who Takeru is and what he did as Ghost, appears searching for a powerful object capable of changing the course of history. [[EarlyBirdCameo With the help of]] [[Series/KamenRiderExAid his successor]], Takeru sets the boy's sullen attitude straight and convinces him that the future can be changed if people work together. Ayumu thanks Takeru as he steps back into the portal to his hown time; although his words become inaudible at this point, he is very clearly mouthing "otou-san"[[note]] dad[[/note]] as he vanishes, though unlike in the other cases on this page, it's never explicitly stated.
22nd Nov '16 3:48:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* Petta from the PSP remake of ''VideoGame/MakaiKingdom'' is the daughter of Zetta (the Protagonist and self-proclaimed "[[{{Badass}} Most Badass Freakin' Overlord in the Cosmos]]",) having traveled from the future... Or so she claims. [[spoiler: Surprisingly, she is indeed the daughter of [[OfficialCouple Zetta and Salome]]; the reason she came from the future is because the prophecy that set the game's plot in motion still persists in her era, so she went back in time to prevent it.]]

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* Petta from the PSP remake of ''VideoGame/MakaiKingdom'' is the daughter of Zetta (the Protagonist and self-proclaimed "[[{{Badass}} Most "Most Badass Freakin' Overlord in the Cosmos]]",) Cosmos",) having traveled from the future... Or so she claims. [[spoiler: Surprisingly, she is indeed the daughter of [[OfficialCouple Zetta and Salome]]; the reason she came from the future is because the prophecy that set the game's plot in motion still persists in her era, so she went back in time to prevent it.]]
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** Not so coincidental: [[spoiler:turns out Bart comes from a BadFuture, where Earth is a wasteland, and all the heroes are dead. Bart specifically went back to the day that Barry would have been killed, [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong as the first step of setting things right]]. Bart not only stops his grandfather's death, but [[BroughtDownToNormal takes away the powers]] of the guy who would've killed him (in the BadFuture, he become TheAtoner and helped Bart build the time machine)]].
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* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'': A future Flurry Heart, whom hasn't even been born yet in the setting, ''Empress'' Flurry Heart temporarily time travels using a spell taught to her by her aunt, Twilight Sparkle. While trying to avert a BadFuture, her method of SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong is less her direct actions and more arranging events to happen right.
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