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29th Dec '15 11:48:24 PM Anddrix
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* ''DCUniverseOnline'' begins with future SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor warning Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman about the upcoming ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} threat.
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* ''DCUniverseOnline'' begins with future SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor warning Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman about the upcoming ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} threat.
8th Dec '15 6:40:34 AM seska1729
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' had a different take on this. Enterprise picks up a shuttle and is surprised to find it crewed by a future version of Captain Picard too incoherent to understand, while the shuttle's logs show Enterprise being destroyed. The crew then need to work out what sequence of events caused this, and avert it.
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': ** "Time Squared" had a different take on this. Enterprise picks up a shuttle and is surprised to find it crewed by a future version of Captain Picard too incoherent to understand, while the shuttle's logs show Enterprise being destroyed. The crew then need to work out what sequence of events caused this, and avert it.it. ** "Cause and Effect" has another instance. The episode takes place inside a time loop involving the Enterprise's repeated destruction. At around the fifth pass, Data realizes this is because they go with his idea to avoid a ship going out of a temporal anomaly, and sends a message into the future. Through the next loop, the number "3" shows up in odd places. In the last minutes of the episode, the ship comes out of the anomaly again. Data looks at Riker's uniform collar, with three pins, and goes with his idea to depressurize the cargo bays, and the Enterprise survives.
10th Nov '15 5:32:11 PM Eddy1215
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' has a man who claims to be an agent from the future sent back to stop an assassination, probably a homage to ''Film/TheTerminator''. He comments on an upcoming 'energy war', though assures the the two leads that the good guys win. [[CaptainObvious Obvously]], he's labeled as delusional, [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane though the ending of the episode leaves it ambiguous]].
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' has a man who claims to be an agent from the future sent back to stop an assassination, probably a homage to ''Film/TheTerminator''. He comments on an upcoming 'energy war', though assures the the two leads that the good guys win. [[CaptainObvious Obvously]], he's labeled as delusional, [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane though the ending of the episode leaves it ambiguous]].ambiguous]]. * In the two part episode of ''Series/PowerRangersSPD'' called "Messenger", the heroes pick up a radio transmission from the future that claims that Space Patrol Delta fell on the day the transmission was received. As revealed, it's because they encountered Devastation, their most powerful enemy yet. They would've lost as predicted, but thanks to the timely arrival of the SixthRanger, they defeated Devastation and changed the future.
16th Oct '15 2:42:31 PM Tarrn
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** The source of the message ss eventually shown to be [[spoiler:a subversion, as it is actually being sent from the distant past by a time-travelling group of Lost Lighters, after having done all the things that the message was trying to warn them about.]]
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** The source of the message ss is eventually shown to be [[spoiler:a subversion, as it is actually being sent from the distant past by a time-travelling group of Lost Lighters, after having done all the things that the message was trying to warn them about.]]
16th Oct '15 2:41:17 PM Tarrn
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** The source of the message us eventually shown to be [[spoiler:a subversion, as it is actually being sent from the distant past by a time-travelling group of Lost Lighters, after having done all the things that the message was trying to warn them about.]]
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** The source of the message us ss eventually shown to be [[spoiler:a subversion, as it is actually being sent from the distant past by a time-travelling group of Lost Lighters, after having done all the things that the message was trying to warn them about.]]
16th Oct '15 2:40:48 PM Tarrn
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** The source of the message us eventually shown to be [[spoiler:a subversion, as it is actually being sent from the distant past by a time-travelling group of Lost Lighters, after having done all the things that the message was trying to warn them about.]]
12th Sep '15 11:59:04 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of {{Noein}}, after things start getting strange, Haruka asks her mother if she's ever encountered anything paranormal, and her mother mentions that her old house phone once rang, even though it was unplugged. At the end of the episode, the same unplugged phone rings again when Haruka's alone, so she picks it up, and realizes the person on the other side is her mother in the past. Haruka's mother is puzzled, while Haruka is very amused by the situation... and then her mother gets disconnected, and Haruka finds herself talking to ''[[MoodWhiplash herself from an alternate future.]]'' Her future self sounds so sad, and combined with the advice she offers, our Haruka is left quite shaken up by a vague hint at something ''terrible''.
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* In one episode of {{Noein}}, ''{{Anime/Noein}}'', after things start getting strange, Haruka asks her mother if she's ever encountered anything paranormal, and her mother mentions that her old house phone once rang, even though it was unplugged. At the end of the episode, the same unplugged phone rings again when Haruka's alone, so she picks it up, and realizes the person on the other side is her mother in the past. Haruka's mother is puzzled, while Haruka is very amused by the situation... and then her mother gets disconnected, and Haruka finds herself talking to ''[[MoodWhiplash herself from an alternate future.]]'' Her future self sounds so sad, and combined with the advice she offers, our Haruka is left quite shaken up by a vague hint at something ''terrible''.
12th Sep '15 12:09:33 PM nombretomado
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* ''DCUniverseOnline'' begins with future SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor warning Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman about the upcoming {{Brainiac}} threat.
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* ''DCUniverseOnline'' begins with future SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor warning Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman about the upcoming {{Brainiac}} ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} threat.
12th Aug '15 12:25:42 PM DarkHunter
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* In ''VideoGame/GalacticCivilizations'', the Thalans claim to be from the future and say that an apocalyptic event is going to take place soon, and it's the fault of the Terran species. They've come back in time to stop it if they can. Most other civilizations, especially the Terrans, are incredulous as to these claims, as the big threat right now is the Drengin Empire threatening to conquer the whole of the galaxy. -->'''Terran Commander''': You claim humanity causes the destruction of the galaxy. How can this be? Earth is surrounded by an alien armada... our allies lie in ruins, their worlds ravaged... I don't see how ''we'' could be the great threat in the universe. -->'''Thalan Ambassador''': There is a crusade coming. A crusade led by humans. And with it... the end of all things.
1st Jul '15 12:28:58 PM sgamer82
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* In ''Dragon Ball Z'', Future Trunks, Vegeta and Bulma's son from 20 years in the future, warns the Z Fighters that they have three years until a pair of androids built by Dr. Gero-a mad scientist with a grudge against Goku and his friends-are unleashed, and begin their killing spree by murdering all of Goku's friends and family (With the exception of Bulma, Trunks, Gohan, and Goku, the latter of whom was killed by a heart virus that Future Trunks also came with a warning about).
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* In ''Dragon Ball Z'', Future Trunks, ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Trunks is Vegeta and Bulma's son from 20 years in the future, warns future and goes back in time to warn the Z Fighters that they have three years until a pair of androids built by Dr. Gero-a mad scientist with a grudge against Goku and his friends-are unleashed, and begin their killing spree by murdering all of Goku's friends and family (With the exception of Bulma, Trunks, Gohan, and Goku, the latter of whom was killed by a heart virus that Future Trunks also came with a warning about).
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