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24th Sep '16 12:35:57 PM Bearsca
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** The spin-off ''The Adventures of Podcast/GrettBinchleaf'' has even more time travel in it. It went to the extent that after their two first series it was agreed upon by the two hosts that time travel wouldn't be allowed in their third series, with an unspecified punishment each time the rule were to be broken. Trying to get away with still putting time travel then turned into a running gag, resulting in even more of the story being about time travel than before. Cue book 4, and the titular hero [[spoiler: escapes his murder by using his magical watch to go an hour back in time multiple times in a row]] shortly before breaking it upon being [[spoiler: killed by a crocodile]] and being hurtled a thousand years into the past and [[spoiler: meeting his nemesis]] from two different points in time.

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** The spin-off ''The Adventures of Podcast/GrettBinchleaf'' has even more time travel in it. It went to the extent that after their two first series it was agreed upon by the two hosts that time travel wouldn't be allowed in their third series, with an unspecified punishment each time the rule were to be broken. Trying to get away with still putting time travel then turned into a running gag, resulting in even more of the story being about time travel than before. Cue book 4, and the titular hero [[spoiler: escapes his murder by using his magical watch watch]] to go an hour back in time multiple times in a row]] row shortly before breaking it upon being [[spoiler: killed by a crocodile]] and being hurtled a thousand years into the past and [[spoiler: meeting his nemesis]] from two different points in time.
24th Sep '16 12:33:52 PM Bearsca
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** The spin-off ''The Adventures of Podcast/GrettBinchleaf'' has even more time travel in it. It went to the extent that after their two first series it was agreed upon by the two hosts that time travel wouldn't be allowed in their third series, with an unspecified punishment each time the rule were to be broken. Trying to get away with still putting time travel then turned into a running gag, resulting in even more of the story being about time travel than before.

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** The spin-off ''The Adventures of Podcast/GrettBinchleaf'' has even more time travel in it. It went to the extent that after their two first series it was agreed upon by the two hosts that time travel wouldn't be allowed in their third series, with an unspecified punishment each time the rule were to be broken. Trying to get away with still putting time travel then turned into a running gag, resulting in even more of the story being about time travel than before. Cue book 4, and the titular hero [[spoiler: escapes his murder by using his magical watch to go an hour back in time multiple times in a row]] shortly before breaking it upon being [[spoiler: killed by a crocodile]] and being hurtled a thousand years into the past and [[spoiler: meeting his nemesis]] from two different points in time.
15th Sep '16 8:28:52 AM DoctorFluffy
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* ''Podcast/ArsParadoxica'' is built around this, with the protagonist (Dr. Sally Grissom) being accidentally flung into the 1940s with a Higgs Field Inhibitor. The rest of the podcast centers around her trying to fix the machine, dubbed the Timepiece, and the American government's interest in what she brings from the future...
23rd Aug '16 1:43:22 PM rafi
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* All the ''Anime/TimeBokan'' series (with the exception of ''Anime/{{Yatterman}}'') feature heroes and villain travel in the time for a specific objective in every episode and battle with their MiniMecha or HumongusMecha.

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* All the ''Anime/TimeBokan'' series (with the exception of ''Anime/{{Yatterman}}'') feature heroes and villain travel in the time for a specific objective in every episode and battle with their MiniMecha or HumongusMecha.HumongousMecha.
23rd Aug '16 1:42:31 PM rafi
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* All the ''Anime/TimeBokan'' series (with the exception of ''Anime/{{Yatterman}}'') feature heroes and villain travel in the time for a specific objective in every episode and battle with their MiniMecha or HumongusMecha.



* Mahou Sensei Negima, with the (multiple in the manga, one in the original series) version(s) of the Cassiopeia, which is (literally) a watch that allows you to time-travel.

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* Mahou Sensei Negima, Manga/MahouSenseiNegima, with the (multiple in the manga, one in the original series) version(s) of the Cassiopeia, which is (literally) a watch that allows you to time-travel.
23rd Aug '16 1:01:23 PM DarkHunter
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** The Supreme Kais are able to time travel using "Time Rings", but they can only go to the future (and back again) to help themselves evaluated long-term consequences of mortal actions. Travelling to the past is absolutely forbidden: every time it happens, the timeline splits and an alternate reality is created (there are seemingly five in total, and the Supreme Kais have rings that allow them to jump from one to the other as well). Black has one of these Time Rings, which concerns Whis and Beerus, since only the Supreme Kais should ever be in possession of one of those.

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** The Supreme Kais are able to time travel using "Time Rings", but they can only go to the future (and back again) to help themselves evaluated evaluate long-term consequences of mortal actions. Travelling to the past is absolutely forbidden: every time it happens, the timeline splits and an alternate reality is created (there are seemingly five in total, and the Supreme Kais have rings that allow them to jump from one to the other as well). Black has one of these Time Rings, which concerns Whis and Beerus, since only the Supreme Kais should ever be in possession of one of those.
23rd Aug '16 1:00:17 PM DarkHunter
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* In ''Manga/DragonBall Z'', Trunks uses type 7 time travel which creates the plot for the entire Cell and Android Sagas. His time travel also causes an Alternate Reality Cell to also use type 7 travel to get to the timeline which the series is focused on.



** ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has this happen for its fourth arc, as Future Trunks once again travels to the past to escape the new ArcVillain, Black. Black apparently has the means to time travel as well, and follows Trunks, though how exactly he does it hasn't been revealed as yet.

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** ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has this happen for its fourth arc, as Future Trunks once again travels to the past to escape the new ArcVillain, Black. Black apparently has This surprises Whis, who didn't think mortals were capable of developing the means to time travel... and makes Beerus angry, as apparently time travel as well, is something even the gods are not supposed to do.
** The Supreme Kais are able to time travel using "Time Rings", but they can only go to the future (and back again) to help themselves evaluated long-term consequences of mortal actions. Travelling to the past is absolutely forbidden: every time it happens, the timeline splits
and follows Trunks, though how exactly he does it hasn't been revealed an alternate reality is created (there are seemingly five in total, and the Supreme Kais have rings that allow them to jump from one to the other as yet.well). Black has one of these Time Rings, which concerns Whis and Beerus, since only the Supreme Kais should ever be in possession of one of those.
31st Jul '16 2:29:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheDreamer'' features an odd case of time travel. Whenever the heroine falls asleep, she is transported to 18th century America in the middle of the American Revolution.
* ''DresdenCodak'' has a major plot arch which revolves around time travelers from the future entering [[spoiler: and later invading]] the present.
* ''{{Earthsong}}'' features a particularly head-spinning variant that doesn't actually CHANGE TIME AT ALL.

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* ''TheDreamer'' ''Webcomic/TheDreamer'' features an odd case of time travel. Whenever the heroine falls asleep, she is transported to 18th century America in the middle of the American Revolution.
* ''DresdenCodak'' ''Webcomic/DresdenCodak'' has a major plot arch which revolves around time travelers from the future entering [[spoiler: and later invading]] the present.
* ''{{Earthsong}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Earthsong}}'' features a particularly head-spinning variant that doesn't actually CHANGE TIME AT ALL.
28th Jul '16 6:20:42 PM LadyNorbert
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* ''Chronology'', the final volume of the Fanfic/ElementalChessTrilogy, deals with [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Edward Elric]]'s son trying to perfect time travel through the use of alchemy in order to accomplish type 2.



* In "VideoGame/LifeIsStrange", the main character acquires the ability to time-travel, although the power only extends to a few minutes in the past, and is typically used to change some of the recent choices you make. In Episode 3, [[spoiler: she travels ''really'' far back into the past and ends up creating an alternate timeline.]]
* Time travel as well as going back in time to fix any mistakes in history caused by the antagonists (and sometimes the protagonists) is the premise of the online hidden objects game VideoGame/GardensOfTime.

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* In "VideoGame/LifeIsStrange", ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange", the main character acquires the ability to time-travel, although the power only extends to a few minutes in the past, and is typically used to change some of the recent choices you make. In Episode 3, [[spoiler: she travels ''really'' far back into the past and ends up creating an alternate timeline.]]
* Time travel as well as going back in time to fix any mistakes in history caused by the antagonists (and sometimes the protagonists) is the premise of the online hidden objects game VideoGame/GardensOfTime.''VideoGame/GardensOfTime.''
26th Jul '16 6:36:10 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-110 SCP-110 ("Subterranean City")]]. SCP-110 is a city that appeared 1/2 kilometer underground in the Foundation universe as the result of a temporal disturbance that threw it across time.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
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[[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-110 SCP-110 ("Subterranean City")]]. SCP-110 is a city that appeared 1/2 kilometer underground in the Foundation universe as the result of a temporal disturbance that threw it across time.time.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1351 SCP-1351 ("Moebius Cave")]]. Researchers exploring the cave in SCP-1351 found the remains of a Foundation expedition from the decade of the 2030s. The remains had been in the cave for more than 7,000 years, indicating that the expedition had entered the cave in the 2030s, gone back in time 7,000 years and been trapped and killed.
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