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25th Nov '16 1:43:05 AM PaulA
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* DavidDrake and Janet Morris had the ARC, that fought wars across different timelines.

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* DavidDrake Creator/DavidDrake and Janet Morris had the ARC, that fought wars across different timelines.
19th Oct '16 6:53:05 PM jman31415
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* The Time Masters in ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow''. Comicbook/RipHunter is a renegade Time Master who wants to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong, despite the fact the Time Masters say it was ''supposed'' to "go wrong".

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* The Time Masters in ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow''. Comicbook/RipHunter is a renegade Time Master who wants to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong, despite the fact the Time Masters Msters say it was ''supposed'' to "go wrong".wrong".
* The Janitor and the clone of Josie in ''Series/BlackHoleHigh''. The clone was an agent from the future sent to ensure the safety of the timeline by having time travel technology develop in the right hands. The Janitor was from the further future and was a much more knowledgeable time policeman.
19th Oct '16 3:27:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[TheEschatonSeries The Eschaton]] in ''Singularity Sky'' and ''Iron Sunrise'' by Charles Stross is an AI using atemporal logic; it can violate causality by informing itself in the past of the results of future computation and observation. One of the things this lets it do is to observe others violating causality by the results in the future, giving the data to its past self, which can then prevent the incident occurring in the first place. It uses human agents as a first line of defense, and godlike overkill as the last to keep human history (and its own creation) intact.

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* [[TheEschatonSeries [[Literature/TheEschatonSeries The Eschaton]] in ''Singularity Sky'' and ''Iron Sunrise'' by Charles Stross is an AI using atemporal logic; it can violate causality by informing itself in the past of the results of future computation and observation. One of the things this lets it do is to observe others violating causality by the results in the future, giving the data to its past self, which can then prevent the incident occurring in the first place. It uses human agents as a first line of defense, and godlike overkill as the last to keep human history (and its own creation) intact.
8th Oct '16 2:16:45 PM Vir
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* What the laws are exactly is kind of vague in ''Where in Time is CarmenSandiego?'', but it's clear enough that it's illegal to steal historical artifacts from the past and the good characters are always concerned about history being disrupted.

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* What the laws are exactly is kind of vague in ''Where in Time is CarmenSandiego?'', Franchise/CarmenSandiego?'', but it's clear enough that it's illegal to steal historical artifacts from the past and the good characters are always concerned about history being disrupted.
28th Sep '16 2:52:15 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[http://www.againwiththecomics.com/2007/11/forgotten-alan-moore-chronocops.html This]] short comic from ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'', written by Creator/AlanMoore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons (before they collaborated on [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} you know what]]).



* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': In the stories "Dead Zone" and "Breaking Bud", time travellers from the 28th century are revealed to visit 22nd century Mega City One. The time agents get involved when one of their futuristic wristband devices goes missing and turns up again in the hands of a fugitive from the Cursed Earth.

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* ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'':
** [[http://www.againwiththecomics.com/2007/11/forgotten-alan-moore-chronocops.html This]] short comic, written by Creator/AlanMoore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons (before they collaborated on [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} you know what]]).
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''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': In the stories "Dead Zone" and "Breaking Bud", time travellers from the 28th century are revealed to visit 22nd century Mega City One. The time agents get involved when one of their futuristic wristband devices goes missing and turns up again in the hands of a fugitive from the Cursed Earth.
28th Sep '16 2:49:26 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': In the stories "Dead Zone" and "Breaking Bud", time travellers from the 28th century are revealed to visit 22nd century Mega City One. The time agents get involved when one of their futuristic wristband devices goes missing and turns up again in the hands of a fugitive from the Cursed Earth.
20th Sep '16 6:31:56 PM nombretomado
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** The 'verse has several protectors of the timesteam, most of them experienced time-traveling adventurers themselves: Rip "Time Master" Hunter, Waverider, the Linear Men, the second Chronos (the first and third were villains), the android Hourman, ComicBook/BoosterGold...

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** The 'verse has several protectors of the timesteam, timestream, most of them experienced time-traveling adventurers themselves: Rip "Time Master" Hunter, Waverider, the Linear Men, the second Chronos (the first and third were villains), the android Hourman, ComicBook/BoosterGold...



* The Time Police in ''[[ArchieComics Jughead's Time Police]]''. They were equipped with cool future technology.

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* The Time Police in ''[[ArchieComics ''[[Franchise/ArchieComics Jughead's Time Police]]''. They were equipped with cool future technology.
12th Aug '16 7:54:39 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Achron}}'' it turns out [[spoiler: that the reason that the Grekim are determined to wipe out humanity is because humans were about to discover Time Travel and the Grekim don't want anyone 'muddying' the time stream.]]

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* In ''{{Achron}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Achron}}'' it turns out [[spoiler: that the reason that the Grekim are determined to wipe out humanity is because humans were about to discover Time Travel and the Grekim don't want anyone 'muddying' the time stream.]]
8th Aug '16 6:02:04 PM jormis29
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* The Sidereals and other employees of the Bureau of Destiny in ''{{Exalted}}'' fill this role to some extent. Even if they exist in a universe where time travel is technically impossible, there is still a notoriously unstable Loom of Fate that has to be protected from disturbing elements (such as other Exalted or the [[TheFairFolk creepy]] [[TheLegionsOfHell things]] [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils living]] [[PowerOfTheVoid outside]] [[EldritchAbomination Creation]]).

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* The Sidereals and other employees of the Bureau of Destiny in ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' fill this role to some extent. Even if they exist in a universe where time travel is technically impossible, there is still a notoriously unstable Loom of Fate that has to be protected from disturbing elements (such as other Exalted or the [[TheFairFolk creepy]] [[TheLegionsOfHell things]] [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils living]] [[PowerOfTheVoid outside]] [[EldritchAbomination Creation]]).
7th Aug '16 6:06:12 PM nombretomado
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