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10th Oct '17 5:43:00 PM ElectroKraken
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* ''VideoGame/Blinx'', big time. The game, which stars an anthropomorphic cat who works to repair time glitches in various dimensions, introduced the idea of the player controlling the flow of time to solve levels.

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* ''VideoGame/Blinx'', ''VideoGame/{{Blinx}}'', big time. The game, which stars an anthropomorphic cat who works to repair time glitches in various dimensions, introduced the idea of the player controlling the flow of time to solve levels.
20th Sep '17 4:19:12 AM aurora369
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* In Vasily Golovachev's ''Time of Troubles'' series, in addition to the eldritch CloakRoaches the Chronosurgeons, their brainwashed human minions, the "Orderlies", also exist. Like their masters, the Orderlies do not have any particular goals of protecting the timeline, but they are militarized and interfere with any civilizations attempting time travel (or becoming witnesses of time travel, as well).

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* In Vasily Golovachev's ''Time of Troubles'' series, in addition to the eldritch CloakRoaches ClockRoaches the Chronosurgeons, their brainwashed human minions, the "Orderlies", also exist. Like their masters, the Orderlies do not have any particular goals of protecting the timeline, but they are militarized and interfere with any civilizations attempting time travel (or becoming witnesses of time travel, as well).
20th Sep '17 4:18:12 AM aurora369
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* In Vasily Golovachev's ''Time of Troubles'' series, in addition to the eldritch CloakRoaches the Chronosurgeons, their brainwashed human minions, the "Orderlies", also exist. Like their masters, the Orderlies do not have any particular goals of protecting the timeline, but they are militarized and interfere with any civilizations attempting time travel (or becoming witnesses of time travel, as well).
16th Sep '17 10:47:22 PM MadAnthony94
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** And also Gary Seven- and whomever he works for- from the TOS episode ''Assignment: Earth''. He claims to be "from" the time period the episode is set in (1960s) but for the episode's purposes he's only there to stop a nuclear explosion. We probably would have found out more in the planned series, but it never came to be; nonetheless, he's been in the expanded universe a few times.
31st Aug '17 8:40:57 AM HalcyonDayz
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* In SavageWorld's [="TimeZero=], the PCs play Time Police agents.
** To make a second verse, same as the first one, the PCs can also play Time Police agents in "Timewatch" for "GUMSHOES RPG"

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* In SavageWorld's [="TimeZero=], the PCs [=PCs=] play Time Police agents.
** To make a second verse, same as the first one, the PCs [=PCs=] can also play Time Police agents in "Timewatch" for "GUMSHOES RPG"
21st Jul '17 9:49:30 AM Imperator42
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* ''Video/Game/Blinx'', big time. The game, which stars an anthropomorphic cat who works to repair time glitches in various dimensions, introduced the idea of the player controlling the flow of time to solve levels.

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* ''Video/Game/Blinx'', ''VideoGame/Blinx'', big time. The game, which stars an anthropomorphic cat who works to repair time glitches in various dimensions, introduced the idea of the player controlling the flow of time to solve levels.
21st Jul '17 9:49:14 AM Imperator42
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* ''Video/Game/Blinx'', big time. The game, which stars an anthropomorphic cat who works to repair time glitches in various dimensions, introduced the idea of the player controlling the flow of time to solve levels.
21st Jul '17 12:04:10 AM Spider_Jaws
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** In the second season, the Legends have taken over the TimePolice duties... but they're kind of terrible at it. They work to fix "aberrations" caused by rogue time travelers, and while they do [[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly fix things,]] they also make an embarrassing number of accidental changes to the timeline in the process. These include giving Albert Einstein's wife credit as a genius equal to her husband, loosing zombies on the Civil War, and seducing the queen of France.

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** In the second season, the Legends have taken over the TimePolice duties... but they're kind of terrible at it. They work to fix "aberrations" caused by rogue time travelers, and while they do [[CloseEnoughTimeline mostly fix things,]] they also make an embarrassing number of accidental changes to the timeline in the process. These include giving Albert Einstein's wife credit as a genius equal to her husband, loosing zombies on the Civil War, and seducing the queen of France.France, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and giving Mick a Revolutionary War statue]].
23rd Jun '17 6:33:08 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In a brief arc in ''WebComics/TheLeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'', a guy with the ability to teleport uses his power to pretend to be from the future and scare people into stopping what their doing. His pranks finally stop when his intended target is a ''real'' undercover Time Policeman [[http://superredundant.com/?comic=377-futures-end who arrests him]] for "conspiracy to commit severe continuity disruption".
10th Jun '17 8:30:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{NTSFSDSUV}}'': The "Time Angels" who appear in two separate episodes to [[PoorlyDisguisedPilot upstage the regular cast]] are a trio of beautiful female agents that spoof ''Series/CharliesAngels'', except they patrol time. Their arch-enemy is Creator/LeonardoDaVinci, who invented time travel so that he could claim to be responsible for all other inventions as well.
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