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16th Jan '18 10:36:55 PM deathhappens
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* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' has the TSAB, or Time Space Administration Bureau. Although [[InNameOnly the main series never quite gets to exploring that part of their duties.]]



* ''Franchise/MahouShoujoLyricalNanoha'' has the TSAB, or Time Space Administration Bureau. Although [[InNameOnly the main series never quite gets to exploring that part of their duties.]]
16th Jan '18 10:32:18 PM deathhappens
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* ''Franchise/MahouShoujoLyricalNanoha'' has the TSAB, or Time Space Administration Bureau. Although [[InNameOnly the main series never quite gets to exploring that part of their duties.]]
7th Dec '17 12:28:22 PM PhantomRider
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**Rip eventually creates a new organization to replace the Time Masters. They're more professional and bureaucratic, and no fans of the Legends. (Eventually, that ''does'' include Rip himself. No one's above the law, so they arrest ''their own founder'' after he pulls some Legend-style rulebeaking.)
11th Nov '17 5:20:34 PM Kingler
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad''

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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad''''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'' is about a time cop, his robot servant, and an orphan [[MrExposition history expert]] who venture throughout history to keep time continuity straight. Examples include forcing Music/LudwigVanBeethoven to give up his ProfessionalWrestling career to resume composing, and getting the pirate Blackbeard to trade conservationism for buccaneering.
30th Oct '17 3:10:00 PM PrincessPandaTrope
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* Silver from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' could be this, since his usual plot-important reasons to travel back in time is to eradicate anything that causes a BadFuture.
24th Oct '17 9:43:04 PM Yendor
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-->-- '''Creator/LoreSjoberg''', on various forms of time travel, [[http://www.wired.com/video/alt-text/alt-text/1745181323/alt-text-13-time-travel/1898337289 Alt Text]]

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-->-- '''Creator/LoreSjoberg''', on various forms theories of time travel, [[http://www.wired.com/video/alt-text/alt-text/1745181323/alt-text-13-time-travel/1898337289 [[https://youtu.be/pH_p9HUAvik?t=2m42s Alt Text]]
10th Oct '17 5:43:00 PM ElectroKraken
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* ''VideoGame/Blinx'', big time. The game, which stars an anthropomorphic cat who works to repair time glitches in various dimensions, introduced the idea of the player controlling the flow of time to solve levels.

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* ''VideoGame/Blinx'', ''VideoGame/{{Blinx}}'', big time. The game, which stars an anthropomorphic cat who works to repair time glitches in various dimensions, introduced the idea of the player controlling the flow of time to solve levels.
20th Sep '17 4:19:12 AM aurora369
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* In Vasily Golovachev's ''Time of Troubles'' series, in addition to the eldritch CloakRoaches the Chronosurgeons, their brainwashed human minions, the "Orderlies", also exist. Like their masters, the Orderlies do not have any particular goals of protecting the timeline, but they are militarized and interfere with any civilizations attempting time travel (or becoming witnesses of time travel, as well).

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* In Vasily Golovachev's ''Time of Troubles'' series, in addition to the eldritch CloakRoaches ClockRoaches the Chronosurgeons, their brainwashed human minions, the "Orderlies", also exist. Like their masters, the Orderlies do not have any particular goals of protecting the timeline, but they are militarized and interfere with any civilizations attempting time travel (or becoming witnesses of time travel, as well).
20th Sep '17 4:18:12 AM aurora369
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* In Vasily Golovachev's ''Time of Troubles'' series, in addition to the eldritch CloakRoaches the Chronosurgeons, their brainwashed human minions, the "Orderlies", also exist. Like their masters, the Orderlies do not have any particular goals of protecting the timeline, but they are militarized and interfere with any civilizations attempting time travel (or becoming witnesses of time travel, as well).
16th Sep '17 10:47:22 PM MadAnthony94
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** And also Gary Seven- and whomever he works for- from the TOS episode ''Assignment: Earth''. He claims to be "from" the time period the episode is set in (1960s) but for the episode's purposes he's only there to stop a nuclear explosion. We probably would have found out more in the planned series, but it never came to be; nonetheless, he's been in the expanded universe a few times.
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