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12th Aug '16 7:54:25 PM nombretomado
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* Time travel in ''{{Achron}}''.

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* Time travel in ''{{Achron}}''.''VideoGame/{{Achron}}''.
18th Jul '16 5:05:46 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''VideoGame/TheJourneymanProject'', the time travel device sends you to a particular time and location (typically, somewhere historically significant). In the third game, you visit all three of the game's past locations (Atlantis, El Dorado, and Shangri-La) on the day of their destruction and then the day before.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheJourneymanProject'', the time travel device sends you to a particular time and location (typically, somewhere historically significant). In the third game, you visit all three of the game's past locations (Atlantis, El Dorado, and Shangri-La) on the day of their destruction and then the day before.
before. This is necessary, since the Temporal Security Annex/Agency is located in Caldoria, a [[FloatingContinent flying city]].
18th Jul '16 5:04:01 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''{{Journeyman}}'', although Dan almost always remains within San Francisco.

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* ''{{Journeyman}}'', ''Series/{{Journeyman}}'', although Dan almost always remains within San Francisco.




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* In ''VideoGame/TheJourneymanProject'', the time travel device sends you to a particular time and location (typically, somewhere historically significant). In the third game, you visit all three of the game's past locations (Atlantis, El Dorado, and Shangri-La) on the day of their destruction and then the day before.
26th Jun '16 6:29:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* Chronos, the Incarnation of Time from the ''IncarnationsOfImmortality'' series, uses an hourglass to time travel. It usually does this automatically, but he can negate certain parts of it, allowing him to do such things as stay in place while the universe continues on its merry way.
* The phone booth in ''BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure'' works like this, allowing the user to dial a single phone number for both location and time.

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* Chronos, the Incarnation of Time from the ''IncarnationsOfImmortality'' ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' series, uses an hourglass to time travel. It usually does this automatically, but he can negate certain parts of it, allowing him to do such things as stay in place while the universe continues on its merry way.
* The phone booth in ''BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure'' ''Film/BillAndTedsExcellentAdventure'' works like this, allowing the user to dial a single phone number for both location and time.



* Speaking of Einstein, ''[[VideoGame/CommandAndConquer Red Alert's]]'' Chronosphere works this way, warping from an unknown location to a square near where Hitler was. Cherenkov uses a similar system in ''Red Alert 3'' to delete Einstein from history, warping from the Kremlin to an auditorium where Einstein was just leaving the stage.

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* Speaking of Einstein, ''[[VideoGame/CommandAndConquer Red Alert's]]'' ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlertSeries'': The Chronosphere works this way, warping Albert Einstein from an unknown location to a square near where Hitler was.was in ''Red Alert''. Cherenkov uses a similar system in ''Red Alert 3'' to delete Einstein from history, warping from the Kremlin to an auditorium where Einstein was just leaving the stage.
9th Jun '16 1:55:43 PM Omeganian
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* ''Series/SevenDays'' is somewhere between this, the previous and next scenarios; the sphere seems to always materialize in space, then ''falls'' back to Earth, landing at a more-or-less random location, usually in the general vicinity of wherever Parker was aiming for. The most we are told is that the spacial component of the guidance system is far less accurate than the temporal part.

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* ''Series/SevenDays'' is somewhere between this, the previous and next scenarios; the sphere seems to always materialize in space, then ''falls'' back to Earth, landing at a more-or-less random location, usually in the general vicinity of wherever Parker was aiming for. The most we are told is that the spacial component of the guidance system is far less accurate than the temporal part.part, and the manual controls required are difficult to handle considering how painful the travel is (although Parker seems to grow better at it as the series progress).
28th May '16 6:17:44 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''MahouSenseiNegima'' does this, although the device is magically powered, so AWizardDidIt.

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* ''MahouSenseiNegima'' ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' does this, although the device is magically powered, so AWizardDidIt.
27th Mar '16 2:12:04 PM Dutchtica
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* In SuskeEnWiske Professor Barabus has the ''Tele''timemachine which, as the name suggests, is also designed to carry you across distances, so that the titular duo and friends can have adventures ranging from the Wild West to Ancient Greece or Medieval Japan.
23rd Jan '16 9:26:11 PM nombretomado
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* In the British comic ''StrontiumDog'', this is actually used as a weapon, with time-travel guns, bombs and mines.

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* In the British comic ''StrontiumDog'', ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'', this is actually used as a weapon, with time-travel guns, bombs and mines.
23rd Jan '16 10:53:03 AM thatother1dude
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->'''Kryten:''' ''All the ship's chronometers indicate that this is August the 16th, in the year 1421, just one day out.''\\
'''Rimmer:''' ''Give us visual. Let's see what it's like out there.''\\
'''Lister:''' ''Okay, punching it up. ... We're still where we were!''\\
'''Kryten:''' ''Of course. We're still in deep space, sir, only now we're in deep space in the 15th century. Isn't it wonderful?''

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->'''Kryten:''' ''All All the ship's chronometers indicate that this is August the 16th, in the year 1421, just one day out.''\\
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'''Rimmer:''' ''Give Give us visual. Let's see what it's like out there.''\\
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'''Lister:''' ''Okay, Okay, punching it up. ... We're still where we were!''\\
were!\\
'''Kryten:''' ''Of Of course. We're still in deep space, sir, only now we're in deep space in the 15th century. Isn't it wonderful?''wonderful?
21st Jan '16 9:00:56 PM TomWalpertac2
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* In the ''Literature/SholanAlliance'' book "Fire Margins", when Carrie, Kusac and Kaid do their time travel thing, their destination winds up being a temple, many miles from where they started. Much later, Vartra drags Kaid into the past and returns him to his bedroom in the present.
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