History Main / OntologicalInertia

2nd Oct '16 12:45:48 AM eroock
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*** Of course, all that's really important is that he believes she died. [[TakeAThirdOption He could go back in time, fake her death and bring her into the present with him]].

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*** Of course, all that's really important is that he believes she died. [[TakeAThirdOption He could go back in time, time]], [[DeathFakedForYou fake her death death]] and [[ScrewDestiny bring her into the present with him]].
2nd Oct '16 12:41:43 AM eroock
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->''Anything in existence will continue to exist until a sufficient force acts against it.''

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->''Anything ->''"Anything in existence will continue to exist until a sufficient force acts against it.''
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20th Aug '16 5:41:33 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Dragonlance}}'' Legends trilogy, the flow of time can't be altered.[[spoiler:..unless one of the Graygem races, like a kender, were to travel back in time. Cue Tasslehoff Burrfoot, the kender Hero of the Lance, who tags along with Caramon on his trip to Istar.]]

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* In the ''{{Dragonlance}}'' ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' Legends trilogy, the flow of time can't be altered.[[spoiler:..unless one of the Graygem races, like a kender, were to travel back in time. Cue Tasslehoff Burrfoot, the kender Hero of the Lance, who tags along with Caramon on his trip to Istar.]]
9th May '16 10:53:22 PM erforce
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* In the first three ''{{Terminator}}'' movies, good terminator androids, bad terminator androids, and one human are sent back in time to either prevent the upcoming apocalypse or kill off the future leader of the human rebellion. As each successive movie shows, attempts to change the future by either side will inevitably fail as long as there exists a demand for more Terminator movies.

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* In the first three ''{{Terminator}}'' ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movies, good terminator androids, bad terminator androids, and one human are sent back in time to either prevent the upcoming apocalypse or kill off the future leader of the human rebellion. As each successive movie shows, attempts to change the future by either side will inevitably fail as long as there exists a demand for more Terminator ''Terminator'' movies.
6th May '16 7:15:15 PM Ishindri
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* Enforced in ''TabletopGame/{{Continuum}}''. Spanners have a saying: "the universe is". Time is stable, unchanging, and any attempts to change the known result in reality-rending paradoxes that must be repaired. [[spoiler:This is not a natural law of the universe, but rather one that is strenuously enforced by the [[TranshumanAliens Inheritors]], humanity's [[TheSingularity post-Singularity]] descendants that occupy all time from 2400 AD forward and do not take kindly to any change that might affect their own existence.]]

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* Enforced in ''TabletopGame/{{Continuum}}''. Spanners have a saying: "the universe is". Time is stable, unchanging, and any attempts to change the known result in reality-rending paradoxes that must be repaired. [[spoiler:This is not a natural law of the universe, but rather an artificial one that is strenuously enforced by the [[TranshumanAliens Inheritors]], humanity's [[TheSingularity post-Singularity]] descendants that occupy all time from 2400 AD forward and do not take kindly to any change that might affect their own existence.]]
6th May '16 7:13:52 PM Ishindri
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* Enforced in ''TabletopGame/{{Continuum}}''. Spanners have a saying: "the universe is". Time is stable, unchanging, and any attempts to change the known result in reality-rending paradoxes that must be repaired. [[spoiler:This is not a natural law of the universe, but rather one that is strenuously enforced by the [[PosthumanAliens Inheritors]], humanity's [[TheSingularity post-Singularity]] descendants that occupy all time from 2400 AD forward and do not take kindly to any change that might affect their own existence.]]

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* Enforced in ''TabletopGame/{{Continuum}}''. Spanners have a saying: "the universe is". Time is stable, unchanging, and any attempts to change the known result in reality-rending paradoxes that must be repaired. [[spoiler:This is not a natural law of the universe, but rather one that is strenuously enforced by the [[PosthumanAliens [[TranshumanAliens Inheritors]], humanity's [[TheSingularity post-Singularity]] descendants that occupy all time from 2400 AD forward and do not take kindly to any change that might affect their own existence.]]
6th May '16 7:13:26 PM Ishindri
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* Enforced in ''TabletopGame/{{Continuum}}''. Spanners have a saying: "the universe is". Time is stable, unchanging, and any attempts to change the known result in reality-rending paradoxes that must be repaired. [[spoiler:This is not a natural law of the universe, but rather one that is strenuously enforced by the [[PosthumanAliens Inheritors]], humanity's [[TheSingularity post-Singularity]] descendants that occupy all time from 2400 AD forward and do not take kindly to any change that might affect their own existence.]]
14th Dec '15 1:55:05 PM FaceofEvil
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* In ''[[VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins Dragon Age: Origins]]'', the Dalish Keeper Zathrian summoned a spirit and bound it to a wolf in order to inflict a werewolf curse on the human barbarians who murdered his son and raped his daughter. Centuries later, the Warden is tasked with killing the wolf  Witherfang  who has spread the curse to Zathrian's clan in a bid to force Zathrian to lift it. Killing Witherfang will not end the curse; it will only enable Zathrian to cure the Dalish elves who have been inflicted. Likewise, killing Zathrian will not end the curse, and those inflicted will remain as werewolves. Only persuading Zathrian to lift the curse himself will cure all those who have been turned into werewolves.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins Dragon Age: Origins]]'', the Dalish Keeper Zathrian summoned a spirit and bound it to a wolf in order to inflict a werewolf curse on the human barbarians who murdered his son and raped his daughter. Centuries later, when the curse has been passed down to the descendants of those who savaged Zathrian's children, the Warden is tasked with killing the wolf  Witherfang  who has spread the curse to Zathrian's clan in a bid to force Zathrian to lift it.clan. Killing Witherfang will not end the curse; it will only enable Zathrian to cure the Dalish elves who have been inflicted. Likewise, killing Zathrian will not end the curse, and those inflicted with it will remain as werewolves. Only persuading Zathrian to lift the curse himself will cure all those who have been turned into werewolves.
14th Dec '15 1:53:40 PM FaceofEvil
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* In [[VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins]], the Dalish Keeper Zathrian summoned a spirit and bound it to a wolf in order to inflict a werewolf curse on the human barbarians who murdered his son and raped his daughter. Centuries later, the Warden is tasked with killing the wolf  Witherfang  who has spread the curse to Zathrian's clan in a bid to force Zathrian to lift it. Killing Witherfang will not end the curse; it will only enable Zathrian to cure the Dalish elves who have been inflicted. Likewise, killing Zathrian will not end the curse, and those inflicted will remain as werewolves. Only persuading Zathrian to lift the curse himself will cure all those who have been turned into werewolves.

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* In [[VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins]], ''[[VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins Dragon Age: Origins]]'', the Dalish Keeper Zathrian summoned a spirit and bound it to a wolf in order to inflict a werewolf curse on the human barbarians who murdered his son and raped his daughter. Centuries later, the Warden is tasked with killing the wolf  Witherfang  who has spread the curse to Zathrian's clan in a bid to force Zathrian to lift it. Killing Witherfang will not end the curse; it will only enable Zathrian to cure the Dalish elves who have been inflicted. Likewise, killing Zathrian will not end the curse, and those inflicted will remain as werewolves. Only persuading Zathrian to lift the curse himself will cure all those who have been turned into werewolves.
14th Dec '15 1:53:06 PM FaceofEvil
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* In [[VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins]], the Dalish Keeper Zathrian summoned a spirit and bound it to a wolf in order to inflict a werewolf curse on the human barbarians who murdered his son and raped his daughter. Centuries later, the Warden is tasked with killing the wolf  Witherfang  who has spread the curse to Zathrian's clan in a bid to force Zathrian to lift it. Killing Witherfang will not end the curse; it will only enable Zathrian to cure the Dalish elves who have been inflicted. Likewise, killing Zathrian will not end the curse, and those inflicted will remain as werewolves. Only persuading Zathrian to lift the curse himself will cure all those who have been turned into werewolves.
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