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29th Mar '17 5:37:51 PM SullenFrog
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* * [[spoiler:Claude Trilleo]] from ''VisualNovel/{{Sunrider}}'' is a time traveller, which [[PhysicalGod makes her omnipotent by the setting’s rules]]. In addition to TimeTravel, she’s able to teleport; stop, speed up, or slow down time for herself and/or others; create duplicates of herself by skipping back a second in time; create pocket dimensions; summon meteors from interdimensional rifts; and even create and destroy alternate timelines and universes on a whim. The only thing holding her in check is the fact that using too much of her power will result in [[RealityBreakingParadox reality-destroying]] [[TimeCrash temporal paradoxes]], [[GodsHandsAreTied which limits her to more subtle displays of power]].

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* * [[spoiler:Claude Trilleo]] from ''VisualNovel/{{Sunrider}}'' is a time traveller, which [[PhysicalGod makes her omnipotent by the setting’s rules]]. In addition to TimeTravel, she’s able to teleport; stop, speed up, or slow down time for herself and/or others; create duplicates of herself by skipping back a second in time; create pocket dimensions; summon meteors from interdimensional rifts; and even create and destroy alternate timelines and universes on a whim. The only thing holding her in check is the fact that using too much of her power will result in [[RealityBreakingParadox reality-destroying]] [[TimeCrash temporal paradoxes]], [[GodsHandsAreTied which limits her to more subtle displays of power]].
29th Mar '17 5:37:18 PM SullenFrog
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* * [[spoiler:Claude Trilleo]] from ''VisualNovel/{{Sunrider}}'' is a time traveller, which [[PhysicalGod makes her omnipotent by the setting’s rules]]. In addition to TimeTravel, she’s able to teleport; stop, speed up, or slow down time for herself and/or others; create duplicates of herself by skipping back a second in time; create pocket dimensions; summon meteors from interdimensional rifts; and even create and destroy alternate timelines and universes on a whim. The only thing holding her in check is the fact that using too much of her power will result in [[RealityBreakingParadox reality-destroying]] [[TimeCrash temporal paradoxes]], [[GodsHandsAreTied which limits her to more subtle displays of power]].
21st Mar '17 7:58:36 AM Snowy66
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* ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' feature the Pilgrim, who possesses temporal micro-manipulation, allowing her to reverse or freeze time at will.
16th Mar '17 2:05:57 PM AthenaBlue
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* The Time Lords from ''Series/DoctorWho'', despite the name, are usually a subversion. Most of them ''cannot'' do this without their technology, with the following exceptions:
** In "Invasion of the Dinosaurs" and "The Time Monster", the Doctor's Time Lord nature provides immunity from TimeStandsStill effects. Also, in "The City of Death", both the Doctor and Romana notice a time loop that hits Paris while all the humans around them are oblivious to it.
** In "Planet of the Spiders" the ascetic Time Lord K'anpo Rimpoche had greatly developed his PsychicPowers to the point where he could travel through time and space without a TARDIS.
** In "The End of the World", the Doctor shows that he has a perfect sense of timing, and that he can slow down his perception of time to the point [[SuperReflexes he can walk safely through a spinning fan.]]

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* Illyria from ''Series/{{Angel}}'' can slow down time, effectively giving her SuperSpeed. She doesn't appear to be capable of time travel, until [[PowerIncontinence her powers start to malfunction]] and she starts jumping through time uncontrollably.
* Dr. Tom, the psychiatrist in ''Series/BeingErica'', seems to have this ability. He not only sends the protagonist Erica back through [[MentalTimeTravel time]] but then appears in her history, be it as a hot dog vendor, repairman, street performer, etc. so she can continue to consult with him.
* The demon [[MeaningfulName Tempus]] on ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' could create {{Groundhog Day Loop}}s and [[ResetButton rewind time]]. And later the [[WellIntentionedExtremist Avatars]] and [[TheMenInBlack The Cleaners]] also had time manipulating powers.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
The Time Lords from ''Series/DoctorWho'', Lords, despite the name, are usually a subversion. Most of them ''cannot'' do this without their technology, with the following exceptions:
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E2InvasionOfTheDinosaurs "Invasion of the Dinosaurs" Dinosaurs"]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E5TheTimeMonster "The Time Monster", EMonster"]], the Doctor's Time Lord nature provides immunity from TimeStandsStill effects. Also, in "The City [[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E2CityOfDeath "City of Death", Death"]], both the Doctor and Romana notice a time loop that hits Paris while all the humans around them are oblivious to it.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetOfTheSpiders "Planet of the Spiders" Spiders"]] the ascetic Time Lord K'anpo Rimpoche had greatly developed his PsychicPowers to the point where he could travel through time and space without a TARDIS.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E2TheEndOfTheWorld "The End of the World", World"]], the Doctor shows that he has a perfect sense of timing, and that he can slow down his perception of time to the point [[SuperReflexes he can walk safely through a spinning fan.]]



* Bilis Manger from ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' embodies this trope.
* ''Series/SapphireAndSteel'': Sapphire can wind back time. Apart from that, Sapphire and Steel's enemies (which includes, arguably, ''Time itself''), commonly can distort and manipulate time.

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* ** Bilis Manger from ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' embodies this trope.
* ''Series/SapphireAndSteel'': Sapphire can wind back time. Apart Einstein in ''Series/{{Farscape}}.'' Quite apart from that, Sapphire having power over wormholes which can allow passage through both time and Steel's enemies (which includes, arguably, ''Time itself''), commonly space, he can distort and manipulate time.handily stop time whenever his guests start getting disagreeable.
* Kazu of the Heaven Time Star, the [=KirinRanger=] from ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'' has time-rewind powers.



* Dr. Tom, the psychiatrist in ''Series/BeingErica'', seems to have this ability. He not only sends the protagonist Erica back through [[MentalTimeTravel time]] but then appears in her history, be it as a hot dog vendor, repairman, street performer, etc. so she can continue to consult with him.
* The demon [[MeaningfulName Tempus]] on ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' could create {{Groundhog Day Loop}}s and [[ResetButton rewind time]]. And later the [[WellIntentionedExtremist Avatars]] and [[TheMenInBlack The Cleaners]] also had time manipulating powers.
* Illyria from ''Series/{{Angel}}'' can slow down time, effectively giving her SuperSpeed. She doesn't appear to be capable of time travel, until [[PowerIncontinence her powers start to malfunction]] and she starts jumping through time uncontrollably.
* Einstein in ''Series/{{Farscape}}.'' Quite apart from having power over wormholes which can allow passage through both time and space, he can handily stop time whenever his guests start getting disagreeable.

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* Dr. Tom, the psychiatrist in ''Series/BeingErica'', seems to have this ability. He not only sends the protagonist Erica ''Series/SapphireAndSteel'': Sapphire can wind back through [[MentalTimeTravel time]] but then appears in her history, be it as a hot dog vendor, repairman, street performer, etc. so she can continue to consult with him.
* The demon [[MeaningfulName Tempus]] on ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' could create {{Groundhog Day Loop}}s and [[ResetButton rewind time]]. And later the [[WellIntentionedExtremist Avatars]] and [[TheMenInBlack The Cleaners]] also had time manipulating powers.
* Illyria
time. Apart from ''Series/{{Angel}}'' that, Sapphire and Steel's enemies (which includes, arguably, ''Time itself''), commonly can slow down time, effectively giving her SuperSpeed. She doesn't appear to be capable of time travel, until [[PowerIncontinence her powers start to malfunction]] distort and she starts jumping through time uncontrollably.
* Einstein in ''Series/{{Farscape}}.'' Quite apart from having power over wormholes which can allow passage through both time and space, he can handily stop time whenever his guests start getting disagreeable.
manipulate time.



* Kazu of the Heaven Time Star, the [=KirinRanger=] from ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'' has time-rewind powers.
22nd Feb '17 7:40:27 AM Ribstongrowback
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* /tg/ give us the aptly named Meanwhile: the Time Wizards, where the players are RealityWarpers that can bend time in order to tear holes in the fabric of reality and logic itself. There results range from cereal rains, to burger rays, with a stroll through crazy country when a bar becomes a bra and everyone is now squeezed in between two gigantic breasts in an alternate dimension.
1st Jan '17 11:26:41 PM Ecliptica
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* Guardians who manage to get to the final stage of the Vault of glass in ''VideoGame/{{Destiny}}'' receive a buff called "Time's Vengeance' that helps them kill the final boss of the raid
26th Dec '16 9:15:11 PM Ramona122003
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** [[spoiler: Hit from ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has a somewhat similar ability as Guldo, being able to skip time. He can only do it for 0.1 seconds, but since Hit has SuperSpeed on top of this ability, he can mortally wound an opponent before they even have the chance to move. Also, unlike Guldo, he can repeatedly use his ability as many times as he wants since it seems to take no stamina...and then he reveals he can extend it even longer, boosting it up to 0.5 seconds while in the middle of the match with Goku]].

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** [[spoiler: Hit from ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has a somewhat similar ability as Guldo, [[spoiler: being able to skip time. He can only do it for 0.1 seconds, but since Hit has SuperSpeed on top of this ability, he can mortally wound an opponent before they even have the chance to move. Also, unlike Guldo, he can repeatedly use his ability as many times as he wants since it seems to take no stamina...and then he reveals he can extend it even longer, boosting it up to 0.5 seconds while in the middle of the match with Goku]].
26th Dec '16 9:14:11 PM Ramona122003
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** [[spoiler: Hit from ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has a similar ability as Guldo, being able to freeze time. He can only do it for 0.1 seconds, but since Hit has SuperSpeed on top of this ability, he can mortally wound an opponent before they even have the chance to move. Also, unlike Guldo, he can repeatedly use his ability as many times as he wants since it seems to take no stamina...and then he reveals he can extend it even longer, boosting it up to 0.5 seconds while in the middle of the match with Goku]].

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** [[spoiler: Hit from ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has a somewhat similar ability as Guldo, being able to freeze skip time. He can only do it for 0.1 seconds, but since Hit has SuperSpeed on top of this ability, he can mortally wound an opponent before they even have the chance to move. Also, unlike Guldo, he can repeatedly use his ability as many times as he wants since it seems to take no stamina...and then he reveals he can extend it even longer, boosting it up to 0.5 seconds while in the middle of the match with Goku]].
25th Dec '16 2:19:13 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'': Hopper is a time traveller wearing a bunny mask who keeps track of all events so he can guide events along their proper path. For one thing, acting as a ReverseMole against Quatermass' plot to conquer all of time.
28th Nov '16 11:15:46 PM mhj0808
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** [[ThatOneBoss The Phantom]] from ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' possesses the clock tower in Neverland and casts a curse on the party; every time the big hand moves one full minute, a party member is KO'ed and un-revivable for the rest of the fight. It starts with Peter Pan, then Goofy/Donald, and finally ends with killing Sora ([[PlayerCharacter you]]). There's no way to remove the curse and the only way to survive is to cast [[TimeStandsStill Stop]] on the clock and try to [[TimeLimitBoss beat the Phantom as quickly as possible]].

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** [[ThatOneBoss The Phantom]] from ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI'' possesses the clock tower in Neverland and casts a curse on the party; every time the big hand moves one full minute, a party member is KO'ed and un-revivable for the rest of the fight. It starts with Peter Pan, then Goofy/Donald, and finally ends with killing Sora ([[PlayerCharacter you]]). There's no way to remove the curse and the only way to survive is to cast [[TimeStandsStill Stop]] on the clock and try to [[TimeLimitBoss beat the Phantom as quickly as possible]].
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