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9th Nov '16 2:03:58 PM Willbyr
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* The Divergence Meter in ''SteinsGate'' measures the difference between the current timeline and the reference alpha timeline. However, major changes in the timeline can make it RetGone.

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* The Divergence Meter in ''SteinsGate'' ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' measures the difference between the current timeline and the reference alpha timeline. However, major changes in the timeline can make it RetGone.
21st Oct '16 1:14:08 AM eroock
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* In ''Series/{{Frequency}}'', whenever Frank changes something in the past, Raimy gets to see the changes apply to her present timeline in real time. E.g., Frank's burn mark on the ham radio, the changes to Maya's Police file on screen as she gets rescued, or the vanishing of Goff in front of Raimy's eyes once he commits suicide in the past.
6th Sep '16 1:03:51 PM Morgenthaler
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12th Aug '16 7:53:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Achron}}'' uses various symbols on the timeline to indicate various events happening.

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* ''{{Achron}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Achron}}'' uses various symbols on the timeline to indicate various events happening.
9th Nov '15 4:32:27 PM sgamer82
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* In the VideoGame/BackToTheFuture by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose as he did in the movies. In the latter parts of the series, a newspaper from [[CrapsaccharineWorld an alternate Hill Valley]] exclaims that crime is at an all-time low. After Citizen Brown (who by that time was convinced to go with Marty) decides to instead blame Science and try to make [[MoralGuardians Edna Strickland]] in 1931 to instead live happily with Young Emmet, it instead changes to an article about a rather messy divorce between the two in 1985. Once Citizen Brown realizes Edna will never change and throws himself in the way of Edna in an escaping car and dies/fades out, it instead changes to Doc Brown receiving the Key to The City in 1985, in which the crazy wild-eyed old man scientist Doc we know and love ([[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]]) arrives at that moment because Marty [[TheSlowPath gave Young Emmet a cryptic message about that article.]]

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* In the VideoGame/BackToTheFuture ''VideoGame/BackToTheFuture'' by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose as he did in the movies. In the latter parts of the series, a newspaper from [[CrapsaccharineWorld an alternate Hill Valley]] exclaims that crime is at an all-time low. After Citizen Brown (who by that time was convinced to go with Marty) decides to instead blame Science and try to make [[MoralGuardians Edna Strickland]] in 1931 to instead live happily with Young Emmet, it instead changes to an article about a rather messy divorce between the two in 1985. Once Citizen Brown realizes Edna will never change and throws himself in the way of Edna in an escaping car and dies/fades out, it instead changes to Doc Brown receiving the Key to The City in 1985, in which the crazy wild-eyed old man scientist Doc we know and love ([[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]]) arrives at that moment because Marty [[TheSlowPath gave Young Emmet a cryptic message about that article.]]
9th Nov '15 9:39:50 AM MadCat221
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* In the VideoGame/BackToTheFuture by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose as he did in the movies. In the latter parts of the series, a newspaper from [[CrapsaccharineWorld an alternate Hill Valley]] exclaims that crime is at an all-time low. After Citizen Brown (who by that time was convinced to go with Marty) decides to instead blame Science and try to make [[MoralGuardians Edna Strickland]] in 1931 to instead live happily with Young Emmet, it instead changes to an article about a rather messy divorce between the two in 1985. Once Citizen Brown realizes Edna will never change and throws himself in the way of Edna in an escaping car and dies/fades out, it instead changes to Doc Brown receiving the Key to The City in 1985, in which the crazy wild-eyed old man scientist Doc we know and love [[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]] arrives at that moment because Marty [[TheSlowPath gave Young Emmet a cryptic message about that article.]]

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* In the VideoGame/BackToTheFuture by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose as he did in the movies. In the latter parts of the series, a newspaper from [[CrapsaccharineWorld an alternate Hill Valley]] exclaims that crime is at an all-time low. After Citizen Brown (who by that time was convinced to go with Marty) decides to instead blame Science and try to make [[MoralGuardians Edna Strickland]] in 1931 to instead live happily with Young Emmet, it instead changes to an article about a rather messy divorce between the two in 1985. Once Citizen Brown realizes Edna will never change and throws himself in the way of Edna in an escaping car and dies/fades out, it instead changes to Doc Brown receiving the Key to The City in 1985, in which the crazy wild-eyed old man scientist Doc we know and love [[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]] ([[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]]) arrives at that moment because Marty [[TheSlowPath gave Young Emmet a cryptic message about that article.]]
9th Nov '15 9:38:43 AM MadCat221
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* In the VideoGame/BackToTheFuture by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose as he did in the movies. In the latter parts of the series, a newspaper from [[CrapsaccharineWorld an alternate Hill Valley]] exclaims that crime is at an all-time low. After Citizen Brown (who by that time was convinced to go with Marty) decides to instead blame Science and try to make [[MoralGuardians Edna Strickland]] to instead live happily with Young Emmet, it instead changes to an article about a rather messy divorce between the two in 1985. Once Citizen Brown realizes Edna will never change and throws himself in the way of Edna in an escaping car and dies/fades out, it instead changes to Doc Brown receiving the Key to The City in 1985, in which the crazy wild-eyed old man scientist Doc we know and love [[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]] arrives at that moment because Marty [[TheSlowPath gave Young Emmet a cryptic message about that article.]]

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* In the VideoGame/BackToTheFuture by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose as he did in the movies. In the latter parts of the series, a newspaper from [[CrapsaccharineWorld an alternate Hill Valley]] exclaims that crime is at an all-time low. After Citizen Brown (who by that time was convinced to go with Marty) decides to instead blame Science and try to make [[MoralGuardians Edna Strickland]] in 1931 to instead live happily with Young Emmet, it instead changes to an article about a rather messy divorce between the two in 1985. Once Citizen Brown realizes Edna will never change and throws himself in the way of Edna in an escaping car and dies/fades out, it instead changes to Doc Brown receiving the Key to The City in 1985, in which the crazy wild-eyed old man scientist Doc we know and love [[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]] arrives at that moment because Marty [[TheSlowPath gave Young Emmet a cryptic message about that article.]]
9th Nov '15 9:38:12 AM MadCat221
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** In the [[VideoGame/BackToTheFuture videogame sequel]] by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose.




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* In the VideoGame/BackToTheFuture by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose as he did in the movies. In the latter parts of the series, a newspaper from [[CrapsaccharineWorld an alternate Hill Valley]] exclaims that crime is at an all-time low. After Citizen Brown (who by that time was convinced to go with Marty) decides to instead blame Science and try to make [[MoralGuardians Edna Strickland]] to instead live happily with Young Emmet, it instead changes to an article about a rather messy divorce between the two in 1985. Once Citizen Brown realizes Edna will never change and throws himself in the way of Edna in an escaping car and dies/fades out, it instead changes to Doc Brown receiving the Key to The City in 1985, in which the crazy wild-eyed old man scientist Doc we know and love [[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly]] arrives at that moment because Marty [[TheSlowPath gave Young Emmet a cryptic message about that article.]]
15th Jun '15 10:05:51 AM nombretomado
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* The ''JourneymanProject'' games have the [[TimePolice Temporal Security Agency]], which has one agent on watch at any given moment monitoring history for any ripples. In the first game, once such ripple was detected (which only travel forward in time), an agent was sent back to prehistoric times to retrieve the archive of the "correct" history in order to compare to the new history and determine the time and place of the interference. Later, this is {{Hand Wave}}d by a new, easier, method of tracking and determining ripple origins. The game cutscenes show a holographic screen with a representation of the timeline on it with an actual ripple (reminiscent of an earthquake representation) spreading into the future. Naturally, the agents must act before the ripple reaches them.

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* The ''JourneymanProject'' ''VideoGame/TheJourneymanProject'' games have the [[TimePolice Temporal Security Agency]], which has one agent on watch at any given moment monitoring history for any ripples. In the first game, once such ripple was detected (which only travel forward in time), an agent was sent back to prehistoric times to retrieve the archive of the "correct" history in order to compare to the new history and determine the time and place of the interference. Later, this is {{Hand Wave}}d by a new, easier, method of tracking and determining ripple origins. The game cutscenes show a holographic screen with a representation of the timeline on it with an actual ripple (reminiscent of an earthquake representation) spreading into the future. Naturally, the agents must act before the ripple reaches them.
28th May '15 6:33:37 AM erforce
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** In the TelltaleGames sequel, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose.

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** In the TelltaleGames sequel, [[VideoGame/BackToTheFuture videogame sequel]] by Creator/TelltaleGames, Marty uses newspapers and a photo of George for the same purpose.
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