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10th Jul '16 11:24:09 PM M84
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* Kobik, the Cosmic Cube girl, did this to [[spoiler:Comicbook/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]]. His "new" past has him being a loyal DeepCoverAgent of Hydra, when he was originally nothing of the sort. Kobik did this on behalf of a former wielder of the Cosmic Cube whom she has latched on to as a friend and father figure [[spoiler:namely, the Comicbook/RedSkull]].

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* Kobik, the Cosmic Cube girl, did this to [[spoiler:Comicbook/CaptainAmerica [[spoiler:[[Comicbook/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]].Rogers]]]]. His "new" past has him being a loyal DeepCoverAgent of Hydra, when he was originally nothing of the sort. Kobik did this on behalf of a former wielder of the Cosmic Cube whom she has latched on to as a friend and father figure [[spoiler:namely, the Comicbook/RedSkull]].
10th Jul '16 11:23:48 PM M84
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* Kobik, the Cosmic Cube girl, did this to [[spoiler:Comicbook/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]]. His "new" past has him being a loyal DeepCoverAgent of Hydra, when he was originally nothing of the sort. Kobik did this on behalf of a former wielder of the Cosmic Cube whom she has latched on to as a friend and father figure [[spoiler:namely, the Comicbook/RedSkull]].
18th Feb '16 11:16:29 AM molokai198
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* In ''Fanfic/{{Pokedex}}'', Stantler are revealed to have potential RealityWarper powers that do a CosmicRetcon to the world of anyone who sees one, though it is unknown if they are really doing this trope or just altering memories. And Arceus is also capable of this - [[spoiler:It turns out that he has been retconning in new regions constantly.]]

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6th Jan '16 12:17:35 AM Wuz
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* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-140 SCP-140]] is a book describing the history of the horrifically evil and extremely advanced Daevite civilization. At the end of the book, they're wiped out. However, any time it gets anywhere near ink, shed human blood, or other fluids suitable for writing, it ''grows'', extending the period of the Daevites and creating new traces of their civilization. When first recovered, the Daevites were squished by Qin Kai in the 3rd century BCE. Now? They were squished by ''Genghis Khan'', about 1400 years later. The reason it's classified Keter is because enough ink could bring the Daevites into the present day, and it's a fair bet current human civilization wouldn't be a match for them. Oh, and just in case you feel safe, '''they don't have every copy'''.
%%* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' one of their charges is a book that chronicles the history of an extremely unpleasant civilization (human sacrifice, cannibalism, functional dark magic, etc.) that was wiped out at some point in the past. Whenever something that could be used to write with comes near the book (blood works best), more is written about the civilization and what was previously written changes, so that a battle that previously ended as a defeat becomes a victory - and suddenly archaeologists start finding evidence of them in the places and times it writes about. The book at one point said that the Daevite civilization had been destroyed around 200 BCE, and now it records the destruction of their empire by Genghis Khan, about 1400 years later. Naturally the Foundation doesn't add to it themselves, but they don't think they've destroyed all of the copies, so they keep checking theirs lest they wake up one day to find the Daevites have suddenly been around the whole time.

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* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-140 SCP-140]] is a book describing the history of the horrifically evil and extremely advanced Daevite civilization. At the end of the book, they're wiped out. However, any time it gets anywhere near ink, shed human blood, or other fluids suitable for writing, it ''grows'', extending the period of the Daevites and creating new traces of their civilization. When first recovered, the Daevites were squished by Qin Kai in the 3rd century BCE. Now? They were squished by ''Genghis Khan'', about 1400 years later. The reason it's classified Keter is because enough ink could bring the Daevites into the present day, and it's a fair bet current human civilization wouldn't be a match for them. Oh, and just in case you feel safe, '''they don't have every copy'''.
%%* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' one of their charges
is a book that chronicles the history of the Daevite civilization, an extremely unpleasant civilization (human (with human sacrifice, cannibalism, functional dark magic, etc.) that was wiped out at some point in the past. Whenever something that could be used to write with comes near the book (blood works best), more is written about the civilization and what was previously written changes, so that a battle that previously ended as a defeat becomes a victory - and suddenly archaeologists start finding evidence of them in the places and times it writes about. The book at one point said that When first recovered, the Daevite civilization had been destroyed around 200 BCE, and now it records Daevites were squished by Qin Kai in the destruction of their empire 3rd century BCE. Now? They were squished by Genghis Khan, ''Genghis Khan'', about 1400 years later. Naturally the Foundation doesn't add to it themselves, but they don't think they've destroyed all of the copies, so they keep checking theirs lest they wake up one day to find The reason it's classified Keter is because enough ink could bring the Daevites into the present day, and it's a fair bet current human civilization wouldn't be a match for them. Oh, and just in case you feel safe, '''they don't have suddenly been around the whole time.every copy'''.
6th Jan '16 12:09:48 AM Wuz
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* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' one of their charges is a book that chronicles the history of an extremely unpleasant civilization (human sacrifice, cannibalism, functional dark magic, etc.) that was wiped out at some point in the past. Whenever something that could be used to write with comes near the book (blood works best), more is written about the civilization and what was previously written changes, so that a battle that previously ended as a defeat becomes a victory - and suddenly archaeologists start finding evidence of them in the places and times it writes about. The book at one point said that the Daevite civilization had been destroyed around 200 BCE, and now it records the destruction of their empire by Genghis Khan, about 1400 years later. Naturally the Foundation doesn't add to it themselves, but they don't think they've destroyed all of the copies, so they keep checking theirs lest they wake up one day to find the Daevites have suddenly been around the whole time.

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* In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-140 SCP-140]] is a book describing the history of the horrifically evil and extremely advanced Daevite civilization. At the end of the book, they're wiped out. However, any time it gets anywhere near ink, shed human blood, or other fluids suitable for writing, it ''grows'', extending the period of the Daevites and creating new traces of their civilization. When first recovered, the Daevites were squished by Qin Kai in the 3rd century BCE. Now? They were squished by ''Genghis Khan'', about 1400 years later. The reason it's classified Keter is because enough ink could bring the Daevites into the present day, and it's a fair bet current human civilization wouldn't be a match for them. Oh, and just in case you feel safe, '''they don't have every copy'''.
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In ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' one of their charges is a book that chronicles the history of an extremely unpleasant civilization (human sacrifice, cannibalism, functional dark magic, etc.) that was wiped out at some point in the past. Whenever something that could be used to write with comes near the book (blood works best), more is written about the civilization and what was previously written changes, so that a battle that previously ended as a defeat becomes a victory - and suddenly archaeologists start finding evidence of them in the places and times it writes about. The book at one point said that the Daevite civilization had been destroyed around 200 BCE, and now it records the destruction of their empire by Genghis Khan, about 1400 years later. Naturally the Foundation doesn't add to it themselves, but they don't think they've destroyed all of the copies, so they keep checking theirs lest they wake up one day to find the Daevites have suddenly been around the whole time.
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31st Dec '15 11:08:26 AM Anddrix
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* Main universe Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}'s newer incarnation have their magic defined as ''mucking with the narrative'' yes this means exactly what it sound like. They could theoretically do ''[[RealityWarper anything]]'', in practice however they're limited by the TheoryOfNarrativeCausality and various butterfly effects. Example: So you've retconjured a girl into your uncle's past to create a weakness and defeat him in the present? (''Fear Itself'') That created a woman with very little choice or characterization who'll be rightfully pissed with you. (''Everything Burns'')

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* Main universe Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}'s Loki's newer incarnation have their magic defined as ''mucking with the narrative'' yes this means exactly what it sound like. They could theoretically do ''[[RealityWarper anything]]'', in practice however they're limited by the TheoryOfNarrativeCausality and various butterfly effects. Example: So you've retconjured a girl into your uncle's past to create a weakness and defeat him in the present? (''Fear Itself'') That created a woman with very little choice or characterization who'll be rightfully pissed with you. (''Everything Burns'')
17th Dec '15 11:31:43 AM FF32
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* In ''SCPFoundation'' one of their charges is a book that chronicles the history of an extremely unpleasant civilization (human sacrifice, cannibalism, functional dark magic, etc.) that was wiped out at some point in the past. Whenever something that could be used to write with comes near the book (blood works best), more is written about the civilization and what was previously written changes, so that a battle that previously ended as a defeat becomes a victory - and suddenly archaeologists start finding evidence of them in the places and times it writes about. The book at one point said that the Daevite civilization had been destroyed around 200 BCE, and now it records the destruction of their empire by Genghis Khan, about 1400 years later. Naturally the Foundation doesn't add to it themselves, but they don't think they've destroyed all of the copies, so they keep checking theirs lest they wake up one day to find the Daevites have suddenly been around the whole time.

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* In ''SCPFoundation'' ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' one of their charges is a book that chronicles the history of an extremely unpleasant civilization (human sacrifice, cannibalism, functional dark magic, etc.) that was wiped out at some point in the past. Whenever something that could be used to write with comes near the book (blood works best), more is written about the civilization and what was previously written changes, so that a battle that previously ended as a defeat becomes a victory - and suddenly archaeologists start finding evidence of them in the places and times it writes about. The book at one point said that the Daevite civilization had been destroyed around 200 BCE, and now it records the destruction of their empire by Genghis Khan, about 1400 years later. Naturally the Foundation doesn't add to it themselves, but they don't think they've destroyed all of the copies, so they keep checking theirs lest they wake up one day to find the Daevites have suddenly been around the whole time.
12th Dec '15 4:14:33 AM Malitia
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* Main universe Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}'s newer incarnation have their magic defined as ''mucking with the narrative'' yes this means exactly what it sound like. They could theoretically do ''[[RealityWarper anything]]'', in practice however they're limited by TheTheoryOfNarrativeCausality and various butterfly effects. Example: So you've retconjured a girl into your uncle's past to create a weakness and defeat him in the present? (''Fear Itself'') That created a woman with very little choice or characterization who'll be rightfully pissed with you. (''Everything Burns'')

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* Main universe Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}'s newer incarnation have their magic defined as ''mucking with the narrative'' yes this means exactly what it sound like. They could theoretically do ''[[RealityWarper anything]]'', in practice however they're limited by TheTheoryOfNarrativeCausality the TheoryOfNarrativeCausality and various butterfly effects. Example: So you've retconjured a girl into your uncle's past to create a weakness and defeat him in the present? (''Fear Itself'') That created a woman with very little choice or characterization who'll be rightfully pissed with you. (''Everything Burns'')
12th Dec '15 4:13:22 AM Malitia
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* Main universe Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}'s newer incarnation have their magic defined as ''mucking with the narrative'' yes this means exactly what it sound like. They could theoretically do ''[[RealityWarper anything]]'', in practice however they're limited by TheTheoryOfNarrativeCausality and various butterfly effects. Example: So you've retconjured a girl into your uncle's past to create a weakness and defeat him in the present? (''Fear Itself'') That created a woman with very little choice or characterization who'll be rightfully pissed with you. (''Everything Burns'')
28th Sep '15 4:40:23 PM Discar
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->'''Black Mage:''' "How do you keep ''doing'' that?"\\
'''Sarda:''' "It's a simple ''Re-Write Reality According To Your Whim'' spell.
-->-- ''[[WebComic/EightBitTheater 8-Bit Theater]]'', [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2009/05/23/episode-1131-turnabout-isnt-fair-play/ "Episode 1131: Turnabout Isn't Fair Play"]]

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->'''Black Mage:''' "How How do you keep ''doing'' that?"\\
that?\\
'''Sarda:''' "It's It's a simple ''Re-Write "Re-Write Reality According To Your Whim'' Whim" spell.
-->-- ''[[WebComic/EightBitTheater 8-Bit Theater]]'', ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2009/05/23/episode-1131-turnabout-isnt-fair-play/ "Episode 1131: Turnabout Isn't Fair Play"]]



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