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17th Feb '18 2:51:48 PM nombretomado
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* ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'': [[spoiler:Claire]] and Layton have this going on. [[spoiler:Claire was thought to have]] died in an accident involving a time travel experiment, but she ended up [[spoiler:being sent ten years into the future instead.]] Unfortunately, as it was still experimental, this results in molecular instability, and they are ultimately forced to go back to their own time... in other words, [[spoiler:back to the time machine explosion that would kill her.]] [[NotSoStoic Even Layton takes off his hat in tears.]]

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* ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'': ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'': [[spoiler:Claire]] and Layton have this going on. [[spoiler:Claire was thought to have]] died in an accident involving a time travel experiment, but she ended up [[spoiler:being sent ten years into the future instead.]] Unfortunately, as it was still experimental, this results in molecular instability, and they are ultimately forced to go back to their own time... in other words, [[spoiler:back to the time machine explosion that would kill her.]] [[NotSoStoic Even Layton takes off his hat in tears.]]
23rd Jan '18 6:25:40 PM Lemia
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* [[spoiler: Rosemary and Crow's route]] in VisualNovel/RoseOfWinter. Whether or not it works out depends on which ending you get.

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* [[spoiler: Rosemary and Crow's route]] in VisualNovel/RoseOfWinter. ''VisualNovel/RoseOfWinter''. Whether or not it works out depends on which ending you get.get.
* ''VisualNovel/IkemenSengoku: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Romances Across Time]]'' has its main character get unexpectedly sent back in time to the Sengoku era of Japan where she makes the acquaintance of Nobunaga Oda and other famous Sengoku warlords and has to deal with CultureClash and developing feelings for one of these warlords in spite of Sasuke cautioning her against letting love cloud her desire to return to her time. She ''can'' avert this trope, however, by falling for Sasuke instead who came from the same time as her (once his route comes out, that is).
30th Nov '17 12:03:39 AM mktropes
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* [[spoiler: Rosemary and Crow's route]] in VisualNovel/RoseOfWinter. Whether or not it works out depends on which ending you get.
21st Nov '17 3:43:25 PM talltalltree
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jiJShJfqmY This]] 2012 advert for the UK Department Store John Lewis featuring a girl from 1925 the store's founding year, and a guy from 2012 romancing each other across a split screen.

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jiJShJfqmY com/watch?v=aluIeAj6CLA This]] 2012 advert for the UK Department Store John Lewis featuring a girl from 1925 the store's founding year, and a guy from 2012 romancing each other across a split screen.
2nd Nov '17 7:56:56 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/EdmondHamilton's ''Star Kings'', a person from our time swaps bodies with a prince from the far future. While there, he and a princess fall in love with each other (the princess is in love with ''him'', despite being unaware of the BodySwap). At the end, he returns to his own time and, depending on the edition, the princess either follows him by swapping bodies with a permanently comatose woman, or makes telepathic contact to say they are working on a way to bring him to the future physically ([[OrwellianRetcon setting the ground for the sequel]])

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* In Creator/EdmondHamilton's ''Star Kings'', ''Literature/TheStarKings'', a person from our time the 20th century swaps bodies with a prince from the far future. While there, he and a princess fall in love with each other (the princess is in love with ''him'', despite being unaware of the BodySwap). At the end, he returns to his own time and, depending on the edition, the princess either follows him by swapping bodies with a permanently comatose woman, or makes telepathic contact to say they are working on a way to bring him to the future physically ([[OrwellianRetcon setting the ground for the sequel]])sequel]]).
1st Nov '17 6:56:13 PM uhema
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* ''Literature/TimeAndAgain'' by Jack Finney: A New Yorker in 1970 (who [[FanOfThePast thinks Victorian women are hot]]) travels for a [[GovernmentConspiracy secret government project]] back to 1882, where he finds a girlfriend.
29th Oct '17 5:20:44 AM RicPot
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* ''Series/Outlander'' is based on this trope: a woman accidentally travels back in time and has a PerfectlyArrangedMarriage with a Scottish Highlander, but it's 1743 and [[RetroactivePrecognition she knows the Battle Of Culloden is not far off]].

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* ''Series/Outlander'' ''Series/{{Outlander}}'' is based on this trope: a woman accidentally travels back in time and has a PerfectlyArrangedMarriage with a Scottish Highlander, but it's 1743 and [[RetroactivePrecognition she knows the Battle Of Culloden is not far off]].
29th Oct '17 5:20:12 AM RicPot
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* ''Series/Outlander'' is based on this trope: a woman accidentally travels back in time and has a PerfectlyArrangedMarriage with a Scottish Highlander, but it's 1743 and [[RetroactivePrecognition she knows the Battle Of Culloden is not far off]].
20th Oct '17 5:20:45 AM BlackSwan81
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A strangely common subtrope involves one lover attempting to use time-travel in order to save their couple from some kind of fate, [[TheDeterminator repeating the same series of events for what is often implied to be hundreds or even thousands of times without giving up]], all in the name of love.

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A strangely common subtrope involves one lover attempting to use time-travel in order to save their couple beloved from some kind of fate, [[TheDeterminator repeating the same series of events for what is often implied to be hundreds or even thousands of times without giving up]], all in the name of love.
2nd Oct '17 11:46:58 AM lillolillo
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* In the ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'', Brainiac-5 (Querl Dox) and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} (Kara Zor-El). Brainy always falls hard for Kara as soon as he lays his eyes on her, and she likes him back. But he can't live in the 21st century and she can't stay permanently in the future. Her oftentimes prolonged absences have led Brainy to pull some truly ''dumb'' stunts.
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