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29th Apr '18 5:49:09 AM Gaby007
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* In ''Fanfic/ADifferentKindOfTruth'', Rohan Kishibe is apparently "one who slipped through the cracks". He's visibly startled when Johnny introduces himself as a Joestar, and later asks if the teen ever heard about Joseph or Jotaro Kujo.
25th Apr '18 2:32:25 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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** Hunter Zolomon has repeatedly demonstrated himself to be immune to the CosmicRetcon, likely due to his disconnection from the timestream. He first demonstrated this when he retains his knowledge of Wally West's secret identity after the Spectre wipes it from the world's minds, and second when he resurfaces in the ''Rebirth'' era, remembering his encounters with Wally prior to the New 52.

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** Hunter Zolomon has repeatedly demonstrated himself to be immune to the CosmicRetcon, likely due to his disconnection from the timestream. He first demonstrated this when he retains his knowledge of Wally West's secret identity after the Spectre wipes it from the world's minds, and second when he resurfaces in the ''Rebirth'' era, remembering his encounters with Wally prior to the New 52. Writer Joshua Williamson has even explicitly said that he is the pre-Flashpoint Hunter Zolomon.
19th Apr '18 9:01:16 PM lakingsif
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* In ''Series/ElMinisterioDelTiempo'', the Ministry is able to detect people attempting to change history, and act accordingly. However, when history is changed successfully, only some people remember the initial sequel of events - and the bigger the change, the smaller the number of people that remember. For example, in "Cambio de tiempo", after King Philip II of Spain takes over the Ministry by force in order to ensure the Armada Invencible wins against the British and then ensuring the Spanish Empire never falls, only Alonso, Amelia and Julián remember, as they were on a mission when the events changed.

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* In ''Series/ElMinisterioDelTiempo'', ''Series/TheMinistryOfTime'', the Ministry is able to detect people attempting to change history, and act accordingly. However, when history is changed successfully, only some people remember the initial sequel of events - and the bigger the change, the smaller the number of people that remember. For example, in "Cambio de tiempo", after King Philip II of Spain takes over the Ministry by force in order to ensure the Armada Invencible wins against the British and then ensuring the Spanish Empire never falls, only Alonso, Amelia and Julián remember, as they were on a mission when the events changed.
9th Apr '18 4:41:13 PM Powerlord
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* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVII'': Everyone on the starting island knows and remembers that their island is the only land in the entire world, with nothing else but water everywhere else. It comes as a shock to them when other islands and continents start reappearing after your party saves them in the past... despite these places having now always existed since they were never destroyed in the first place.
8th Apr '18 1:57:37 PM MikeW
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** This becomes a major plot point in the episode "Seven Three" when Raimy investigates a crime connected to a shooting from her very first day on the force. She remembers the original timeline where a suspect was killed when her training officer was Stan Moreno. however, Raimy also now remembers that in the altered timeline, Frank was her training officer and the suspect was arrested alive. She's thus able to use both sets of memories to solve the crime.
** Played for laughs in a later episode when Raimy meets a cop from another district. She's professional, not noting his smile. When he says "you never called me back," Raimy is confused...then has flashes of "memory" of the two having a steamy one-night stand a few weeks earlier.
8th Apr '18 8:19:00 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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** [[ComicBook/{{Impulse}} Bart Allen]], the hero known as ComicBook/{{Impulse}}, Kid Flash II and (briefly) Flash IV, has a permanent version as a result of being sent from the future. On the more notable occasions Wally West's wife was removed from time, the entire Flash lineage was erased and [[FutureMeScaresMe scary future versions of the Titans]] went back and [[TemporalParadox changed the future they came from]], and he was entirely unaffected. Bart wakes up in the 30th Century during ''Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}'' and is still fully aware. However, being stuck 1000 years in the future leaves him almost completely unable to help with the main story. [[spoiler: Naturally he is killed off at the end of his miniseries, presumably so that no one will be able to remember the old timeline once the ComicBook/{{New 52}} came around…]]

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** [[ComicBook/{{Impulse}} Bart Allen]], the hero known as ComicBook/{{Impulse}}, Kid Flash II and (briefly) Flash IV, has a permanent version as a result of being sent from the future. On the more notable occasions where Wally West's wife was removed from time, the entire Flash lineage was erased and [[FutureMeScaresMe scary future versions of the Titans]] went back and [[TemporalParadox changed the future they came from]], and he was entirely unaffected. Bart wakes up in the 30th Century during ''Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}'' and is still fully aware. However, being stuck 1000 years in the future leaves him almost completely unable to help with the main story. [[spoiler: Naturally he is killed off at the end of his miniseries, presumably so that no one will be able to remember the old timeline once the ComicBook/{{New 52}} came around…]]around...]]
** Hunter Zolomon has repeatedly demonstrated himself to be immune to the CosmicRetcon, likely due to his disconnection from the timestream. He first demonstrated this when he retains his knowledge of Wally West's secret identity after the Spectre wipes it from the world's minds, and second when he resurfaces in the ''Rebirth'' era, remembering his encounters with Wally prior to the New 52.



** Jay Garrick in ''Rebirth'' is found stuck in the Speed Force, and seems to remember his history with Wally West and Barry Allen, which didn't exist in the New 52. Like Wally, his being stuck in the Speed Force seemed to allow him to view both histories, and unlike Wally, Jay doesn't ''exist'' in the New 52 timeline.

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** Jay Garrick in ''Rebirth'' is found stuck in the Speed Force, and seems to remember his history with Wally West and Barry Allen, which didn't exist in the New 52. Like Wally, his being stuck in the Speed Force seemed to allow him to view both histories, and but unlike Wally, Jay doesn't ''exist'' in the New 52 timeline.
13th Mar '18 2:58:49 PM Bosco13
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*** One of the [[ComicBook/BackToTheFuture comics]] has Doc visiting this timeline's version of himself, lobotomised in a mental home. Doc believes that if they didn't act fast to put the timeline right, a DelayedRippleEffect would wipe himself, time travelling Marty and the [=DeLorean=] from existence.
11th Mar '18 6:13:39 PM MikeW
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** While the Time Bureau is supposed to exist outside of time to solve anachronisms, it appears they can be prone to being hit by changes in history. In one episode, the Legends discover that, thanks to being inspired by a talking doll named Beebo, the Vikings conquered all of North America. Talking to Ava on what's meant to be Christmas, Sara is struck when Ava refers to a "Beebo's Day miracle." Seeing her reaction makes Ava realize that's the anachronism ("never felt right"). Later, the Legends think they've solved it by burning the doll...but then Ava refers to it as an "Odin's Day" miracle and they realize things are still off.

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** *** While the Time Bureau is supposed to exist outside of time to solve anachronisms, it appears they can be prone to being hit by changes in history. In one episode, the Legends discover that, thanks to being inspired by a talking doll named Beebo, the Vikings conquered all of North America. Talking to Ava on what's meant to be Christmas, Sara is struck when Ava refers to a "Beebo's Day miracle." Seeing her reaction makes Ava realize that's the anachronism ("never felt right"). Later, the Legends think they've solved it by burning the doll...but then Ava refers to it as an "Odin's Day" miracle and they realize things are still off.
11th Mar '18 6:13:01 PM MikeW
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** While the Time Bureau is supposed to exist outside of time to solve anachronisms, it appears they can be prone to being hit by changes in history. In one episode, the Legends discover that, thanks to being inspired by a talking doll named Beebo, the Vikings conquered all of North America. Talking to Ava on what's meant to be Christmas, Sara is struck when Ava refers to a "Beebo's Day miracle." Seeing her reaction makes Ava realize that's the anachronism ("never felt right"). Later, the Legends think they've solved it by burning the doll...but then Ava refers to it as an "Odin's Day" miracle and they realize things are still off.
10th Mar '18 5:58:37 PM captainspycrab
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* Yoshikage Kira from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable'' can [[spoiler:trap people in a GroundhogDayLoop using Killer Queen's tertiary ability, Bites The Dust. The initial activation of the ability jumps time back by one hour, and he can remember events during this hour, but after that point, time reverses whenever the target enters a conversation in which Kira's true identity is mentioned; ''these'' loops can only be remembered by the target.]]
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