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5th Oct '17 10:27:02 PM PrincessSunflowerRainbow
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* The Watchmaker character from {{Music/Avantasia}}'s song "Master Of The Pendulum" is one of these. He controls time and thus forces events to occur with precision.
-->Tick away time, I allot and I divide,
-->Master of the hands that guide you.
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25th Sep '17 4:41:14 PM Amahn
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** In a way Orihime's ability could be viewed as this. She is able to "reject" or retgone virtually anything, from damage/injuries to an object's existence.


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* The 2nd ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro'' game gave Spyro the ability to slow time, stating it was the Power of the Purple Dragon.
25th Sep '17 2:12:47 AM azbyc15243
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* Basilisk in ''LightNovel/UnlimitedFafnir'' can shoot a beam from its eyes that ages anything it hits by two thousand years every second. [[spoiler:It can shoot an even more powerful beam from a third eye on its back, which ages the target by hundreds of millions of years. It also has the ability to see into the future to some extent.]]
11th Sep '17 8:35:28 AM akanesarumara
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* In ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'', the BigBad Kronus is the Lord of Time. Even without his full power, as he is through the series, he can distort time to slow down his enemies.

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* In ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'', the BigBad Kronus Kronos is the Lord of Time. Even without his full power, as he is through the series, he can distort time to slow down his enemies. The companion books make clear that his powers stop at slowing down or speeding up time for others (he used to entertain himself by speeding up time for hapless plants, animals or humans and watching them wither and die back when he was king), and fortunately do not, in fact, include TimeTravel.
11th Sep '17 8:32:14 AM akanesarumara
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* Myth/ClassicalMythology actually has two gods of time, both sharing the same name. There is Chronos, who being a primordial is time itself, and Kronos the King of the Titans, who is The Lord of Time and represents its destructive, all-devouring aspect. They're sometimes mistaken for or treated as the same guy in modern stories based on mythology.

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* Myth/ClassicalMythology actually has two gods of time, both sharing the same name. There is Chronos, who being a primordial is time itself, and Kronos the King of the Titans, who is The Lord of Time and represents its destructive, all-devouring aspect. aspect despite originally being a agricultural deity. They're sometimes mistaken for or treated as the same guy in modern stories based on mythology.mythology- hence why Kronos has a scythe no matter in which role he is portrayed.
10th Sep '17 11:39:12 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* This is [[NeverMessWithGranny Subaru's]] Seishi power in ''FushigiYuugi''. [[spoiler: Which she uses on her husband Tokaki and herself, reverting them to their younger selves for a while. She also casts a similar spell on her friend Tatara, allowing him to keep his youth as long as he stays in a determined place -- which suits him fine because he wants to live as long as possible to protect [[MacGuffin the Shinzaho]].]]

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* This is [[NeverMessWithGranny Subaru's]] Seishi power in ''FushigiYuugi''. ''Manga/FushigiYuugi''. [[spoiler: Which she uses on [[BattleCouple her husband Tokaki and herself, herself]], reverting them to their younger selves for a while. She also casts a similar spell on her friend nd fellow Byakko Senshi Tatara, allowing him to keep his youth and live indefinitely [[{{geas}} as long as he stays in a determined place place]] -- which suits him fine because he wants to live as long as possible to protect [[MacGuffin the Shinzaho]].]]
2nd Sep '17 4:23:48 AM Morgenthaler
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** Chronos had the BlessedWithSuck version. He can travel through time, but since [[PowerIncontinence he has no control over it]], he's just constantly teleporting from one period after another.
29th Aug '17 12:11:24 PM CommanderPacis
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* The Vex from ''VideoGame/Destiny'' laugh in the face of "linear progression of time". They not only move units through time from both the past and future, the ontological weaponry they're developing within the Vault of Glass, itself a meeting point of multiple timelines, have the ability to complete remove a subject from the fabric of space and time like they never existed to begin with.

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* The Vex from ''VideoGame/Destiny'' ''VideoGame/{{Destiny}}'' laugh in the face of "linear progression of time". They not only move units through time from both the past and future, the ontological weaponry they're developing within the Vault of Glass, itself a meeting point of multiple timelines, have the ability to complete remove a subject from the fabric of space and time like they never existed to begin with.
29th Aug '17 12:08:31 PM CommanderPacis
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* The Vex from ''VideoGame/Destiny'' laugh in the face of "linear progression of time". They not only move units through time from both the past and future, the ontological weaponry they're developing within the Vault of Glass, itself a meeting point of multiple timelines, have the ability to complete remove a subject from the fabric of space and time like they never existed to begin with.
26th Aug '17 11:10:56 AM narm00
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** The Time Trapper, one of main villain of the ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes''. He was able to age anyone he choose (even to bones or ashes). He was capable of creating an "Iron Curtain of Time," a barrier which prevented time travel. He was also able to create a temporal force barrier which he used to seal a time traveling Superman off from the 20th century.

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** The Time Trapper, one of the main villain villains of the ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes''. He was able to age anyone he choose (even to bones or ashes). He was capable of creating an "Iron Curtain of Time," a barrier which prevented time travel. He was also able to create a temporal force barrier which he used to seal a time traveling Superman off from the 20th century. On [[AlternateUniverse Earth-18]], he kept available technology and culture 'stuck' as they were in the Wild West era, forcing the inhabitants to work around it, emulating modern-day developments with late 19th-century tech.



** Classic ''Comicbook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' villain Epoch, the Lord of Time.
* Parodied with the D-list supervillain Killing Time in ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'': he ''doesn't'' have any time powers, but really, really wishes he had. So he uses clock-themed gadgets instead - clock hands thrown as darts, a bolo made by joining the chains of two pocket watches, etc. Emp responds with her "mighty power over plant life" -- that is, she beats him with a branch until he stops moving. Same was the case for the DC villain Chronos until he made a deal with Nero, and gained actual time powers

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** Classic ''Comicbook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' villain Epoch, the Lord of Time.
* Parodied with the D-list supervillain Killing Time in ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'': he ''doesn't'' have any time powers, but really, really wishes he had. So he uses clock-themed gadgets instead - clock hands thrown as darts, a bolo made by joining the chains of two pocket watches, etc. Emp responds with her "mighty power over plant life" -- that is, she beats him with a branch until he stops moving. Same was the case for the DC villain Chronos until he made a deal with Nero, and gained actual time powers powers.



* ''Fanfic/{{Equestrylvania}}'' has [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaJudgment Aeon]] and [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaAriaOfSorrow the Chronomage]], who happen to be {{Arch Enem|y}}ies

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* ''Fanfic/{{Equestrylvania}}'' has [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaJudgment Aeon]] and [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaAriaOfSorrow the Chronomage]], who happen to be {{Arch Enem|y}}iesEnem|y}}ies.



* ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' feature the Pilgrim, who possesses temporal micro-manipulation, allowing her to reverse or freeze time at will.

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* ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' feature features the Pilgrim, who possesses temporal micro-manipulation, allowing her to reverse or freeze time at will.



** Characters in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming'' could control time using the Chronos Art.

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** Characters in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming'' could can control time using the Chronos Art.



* /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.

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* /tg/ give us the aptly named Meanwhile: the Time Wizards, where the players are RealityWarpers {{Reality Warper}}s that can bend time in order to tear holes in the fabric of reality and logic itself. There results range from cereal rains, 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.
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