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18th Mar '16 9:57:05 PM Rolf
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21st Nov '15 1:07:09 PM AG1995
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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'': The game goes to great lengths to stress the dangers of having time-manipulation powers:
** Max's powers are immediately shown to be very taxing to use. If one tries to rewind too far, she complains that she feels sick and the screen disintegrates in the style of celluloid burning until you stop.
** Max starts getting [[PsychicNosebleed nosebleeds and migraines]] in Episode 2.
** Near the end of Episode 2, Max also manages to [[spoiler:[[TimeStandsStill freeze time entirely]]]], but the fallout from this incident leaves her unable to use her powers for several hours, and she expresses fear of becoming stuck in time in the following episode.
** After [[spoiler:creating a timeline where she is a member of the Vortex Club, William Price is alive and Chloe is in a terminal condition from a spinal injury]], Max decides that her ability to [[spoiler:alter history using photographs]] is far too dangerous because the ButterflyEffect is in full force.
** In Episode 5, Max suffers several [[PsychicNosebleed nosebleeds]] from [[spoiler:altering history from within history itself, which at one point leaves her 'between realities']].
25th Oct '15 5:50:01 AM Rolf
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* Website/{{Cracked}}.com has a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18564_6-time-travel-realities-doc-brown-didnt-warn-us-about.html list of reasons why time travel sucks]]. [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-ways-movies-get-time-travel-wrong/ And again.]] [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/you-cant-bring-tampons-girls-guide-to-time-travel/ And again]], for women only this time.

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* Website/{{Cracked}}.com has a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18564_6-time-travel-realities-doc-brown-didnt-warn-us-about.html list of reasons why time travel sucks]]. [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-ways-movies-get-time-travel-wrong/ And again.]] [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/you-cant-bring-tampons-girls-guide-to-time-travel/ And again]], for women only this time. [[http://www.cracked.com/article_23046_6-terrible-realities-past-that-would-ruin-time-travel.html Yet again]], but this time more specifically historic activities such as hospitals.
25th Oct '15 5:11:15 AM Rolf
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* Website/{{Cracked}}.com has a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18564_6-time-travel-realities-doc-brown-didnt-warn-us-about.html list of reasons why time travel sucks]].

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* Website/{{Cracked}}.com has a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18564_6-time-travel-realities-doc-brown-didnt-warn-us-about.html list of reasons why time travel sucks]]. [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-ways-movies-get-time-travel-wrong/ And again.]] [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/you-cant-bring-tampons-girls-guide-to-time-travel/ And again]], for women only this time.
20th Jun '15 12:38:17 PM Dvandemon
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20th Jun '15 12:33:59 PM Dvandemon
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* In Marvel, [[ComicBook/AllNewXMen a series of]] [[Comicbook/AgeOfUltron time travel disasters]] has caused a TimeCrash that has snapped RubberBandHistory. This means any time traveler can permanently change history of the mainstream universe without worrying about causality. [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk]] is tasked with going through time to fix it since a normal man whose suit failed ended up with [[BodyHorror different parts of his body aged to different years ranging from 90 to 2 weeks old]].

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8th Jun '15 10:16:40 AM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Doraemon}}'', TimeTravel is achieved by going through a tunnel-like space on your TimeMachine. Should one get knocked out of the machine and into the tunnel, one will be stranded in time. The problem is, Doraemon's time machine is basically just some futuristic devices bolted to a ''tatami'', so the risk of being thrown overboard is always there. Dorami's is safe, because it's a flower-shaped capsule. Have we mentioned that some bad guys have their own time machine, [[PimpMyRide so you can have a chase in time while you chase in time?]]

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* In ''{{Doraemon}}'', ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'', TimeTravel is achieved by going through a tunnel-like space on your TimeMachine. Should one get knocked out of the machine and into the tunnel, one will be stranded in time. The problem is, Doraemon's time machine is basically just some futuristic devices bolted to a ''tatami'', so the risk of being thrown overboard is always there. Dorami's is safe, because it's a flower-shaped capsule. Have we mentioned that some bad guys have their own time machine, [[PimpMyRide so you can have a chase in time while you chase in time?]]
1st Jun '15 7:19:27 PM MechWarrior
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TemporalParadox is a sub-trope to this. Compare TimeCrash, HyperSpaceIsAScaryPlace.

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TemporalParadox is a sub-trope to this. Compare TimeCrash, HyperSpaceIsAScaryPlace.
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26th May '15 8:15:44 AM erforce
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* In ''Film/BackToTheFuture'', the [=DeLorean=] has to be traveling at 88 miles per hour. Which means that unless you know what's going to be in front of you in the time period you're heading to, you're going to crash. By the third movie, Doc seems to be acknowledging this. Marty's a little less sure, but both times Doc assures him that the obstacle he's seeing in the present won't be there in the destination time. Or that something that isn't there in the present ''will'' be there in the future, ([[spoiler:like the rest of the bridge.]])

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* In ''Film/BackToTheFuture'', ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'', the [=DeLorean=] has to be traveling at 88 miles per hour. Which means that unless you know what's going to be in front of you in the time period you're heading to, you're going to crash. By the [[Film/BackToTheFuturePartIII third movie, movie]], Doc seems to be acknowledging this. Marty's a little less sure, but both times Doc assures him that the obstacle he's seeing in the present won't be there in the destination time. Or that something that isn't there in the present ''will'' be there in the future, ([[spoiler:like the rest of the bridge.]])
1st Apr '15 4:31:01 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/Timecop2TheBerlinDecision'': As opposed to the launch pad from the first film, here they use a different method of travel which can cause the time traveler to disintegrate upon departure, which is increasingly more probable if the same person goes through it repeatedly within a short period of time (from his/her point of view).
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