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5th Jul '17 11:53:27 PM NightShade96
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Compare LiquidAssets and PowersAsPrograms. See also BrainUploading, where some or all of the subject's personality is copied/transferred along with the memories. May be used in MemoryGambit. This trope can intersect with GhostMemory if memories from one person are copy-and-pasted into another.

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Compare LiquidAssets LiquidAssets, MemoryJar and PowersAsPrograms. See also BrainUploading, where some or all of the subject's personality is copied/transferred along with the memories. May be used in MemoryGambit. This trope can intersect with GhostMemory if memories from one person are copy-and-pasted into another.
23rd Jun '17 7:28:58 PM Abodos
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', [[AmnesiacHero Link]] can recover various memories of his own past by going to certain locations he once visited and/or looking at specific objects involved in those memories. However, [[spoiler:upon pulling the Master Sword from its pedestal, he sees a memory of when Princess Zelda placed it there after he fell in battle and right before she went to seal away Calamity Ganon, an event he was not present to witness]].
10th Jun '17 5:57:42 AM NightShade96
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* TabletopGame/InNomine has Memory Pearl artifacts which are pearl-like objects that can be used to remove/store memories, often used {especially by demons} to remove inconvenient knowledge from a temporary employee/associate often as part of the terms of employment.

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* TabletopGame/InNomine ''TabletopGame/InNomine'' has Memory Pearl artifacts which are pearl-like objects that can be used to remove/store memories, often used {especially by demons} to remove inconvenient knowledge from a temporary employee/associate often as part of the terms of employment.



* A central part of ''TabletopGame/{{Mindjammer}}'' is the Mindscape, essentially an entire wireless internet devoted entirely to storing and sharing "exomemories". The name of the setting even comes from the starships used to keep the Mindscape up-to-date across interstellar distances (FTLTravel but no communications).

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* A central part of ''TabletopGame/{{Mindjammer}}'' is the Mindscape, essentially an entire wireless internet Internet devoted entirely to storing and sharing "exomemories". The name of the setting even comes from the starships used to keep the Mindscape up-to-date across interstellar distances (FTLTravel but no communications).
10th Jun '17 1:46:51 AM NightShade96
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}'', recurring villain Zero the Memory Thief can drain memories of both living beings and computers, then stored them on tapes worn on his chest.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}'', recurring villain Zero the Memory Thief can drain memories of both living beings and computers, then stored store them on tapes worn on his chest.
7th May '17 9:16:13 AM Sharlee
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** In the {{Ravenloft}} setting's domain of Darkon, the darklord Azalin has a library of self-writing books that document the lives of all that nation's residents. If a non-Darkonese stays within the domain too long, their original memories are supplanted by those of having been born and grown up in Darkon, and a book documenting their ''real'' history appears in Azalin's library.
23rd Apr '17 4:22:51 PM nombretomado
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* "Slinkys" (Sensory links) in ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} TranshumanSpace'' are technically recordings of one's experiences while their "upslink" implant is active, but they fill the same function.

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* "Slinkys" (Sensory links) in ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} TranshumanSpace'' TabletopGame/TranshumanSpace'' are technically recordings of one's experiences while their "upslink" implant is active, but they fill the same function.
26th Mar '17 4:50:25 PM eroock
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* ''Film/BladeRunner''. Rachel is given memories copied from Tyrell's niece to improve her emotional stability.

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* ''Film/BladeRunner''. In ''Film/BladeRunner'', Rachel is given memories copied from Tyrell's niece to improve her emotional stability.
21st Feb '17 6:22:20 PM nombretomado
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** If one compares the "Sephiroth in the reactor" cutscenes of [=FFVII=] and CrisisCore, one comes to the conclusion that Cloud has memories of things that happened to Zack when he wasn't there. This makes his accidental identity theft much less embarrassing, since apparently Project S genuinely put some Zack in him.

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** If one compares the "Sephiroth in the reactor" cutscenes of [=FFVII=] and CrisisCore, ''VideoGame/CrisisCore'', one comes to the conclusion that Cloud has memories of things that happened to Zack when he wasn't there. This makes his accidental identity theft much less embarrassing, since apparently Project S genuinely put some Zack in him.
11th Jan '17 10:17:51 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* One of the Genei Ryudan in ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' can copy her memories into bullets, and then transfer those memories to other people by shooting them in the head (Memory bullets don't inflict physical injuries).

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* One Pakunoda, a membress of the Genei Ryudan in ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' ''Manga/HunterXHunter'', can copy her memories into bullets, bullets and then transfer those memories to other people by shooting them in the head (Memory bullets don't inflict physical injuries).injuries). [[spoiler: When Kurapika grabs and ensnares her with his Nen Chains, he tells her that if she uses this power to give her companions hints about their leader Chrollo, she will die. [[NotAfraidToDie Pakunoda does so anyway]].]]


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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', the Memory-Memory Fruit (Memo Memo no Mi) allows its user to view any person's memories and make any changes to alter them. The current holder of such a fruit is [[spoiler: Charlotte Pudding, one of Big Mom's daughters.]]
30th Sep '16 9:42:27 PM Fireblood
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* Dr. Schriber of ''Film/DarkCity'' implants FakeMemories into peoples heads with syringes, and he's later seen him concocting the fluids that make up these memories.

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* Dr. Schriber of ''Film/DarkCity'' implants FakeMemories into peoples people's heads with syringes, and he's later seen him concocting the fluids that make up these memories.


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* ''Film/{{Criminal}}'': An experimental procedure is used to put deceased CIA agent Bill Pope's memories into the brain of sociopathic convict Jericho Stewart.
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