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* AmnesiaDanger: A character with amnesia is in a situation they would normally be able to handle, but can't because they don't remember how.
* AmnesiaEpisode: An episode where a character develops amnesia.
* AmnesiaLoop: A person discovers something and gets their memories wiped repeatedly.
* AmnesiaMissedASpot: A character tries to induce LaserGuidedAmnesia and it doesn't quite work.



* AmnesiaDanger: A character with amnesia is in a situation they would normally be able to handle, but can't because they don't remember how.
* AmnesiaEpisode: An episode where a character develops amnesia.
* AmnesiaLoop: A person discovers something and gets their memories wiped repeatedly.
* AmnesiaMissedASpot: A character tries to induce LaserGuidedAmnesia and it doesn't quite work.



* DejaVu: The odd sensation of already having experienced something that is currently happening.



* DejaVu: The odd sensation of already having experienced something that is currently happening.



* ForgotAboutHisPowers: A character suddenly forgets a certain skill/ability that could easily get them out of a tough spot.



* ForgotAboutHisPowers: A character suddenly forgets a certain skill/ability that could easily get them out of a tough spot.



* MySkullRunnethOver: A characters suddenly obtains so much knowledge that their mind is in danger of overloading.

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* MySkullRunnethOver: A characters character suddenly obtains so much knowledge that their mind is in danger of overloading.



* RememberedICouldFly: A character is in mortal danger until remembering that they have a special skill/ability that can help them.



* RememberedICouldFly: A character is in mortal danger until remembering that they have a special skill/ability that can help them.

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* WillTalkForAPrice: When someone being questioned claims they can't remember--but a little bit of cash might jog their memory...

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* ImmortalityThroughMemory: The idea that someone only truly dies when they are forgotten.

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* RegainedMemoriesSequence: A character regains several memories at once.


* MemoryPalace: a character's memories are shown as an organized space where memories can be retrieved.

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* MemoryPalace: a A character's memories are shown as an organized space where memories can be retrieved.

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* ForgotTheirOwnBirthday: A character forgets when their own birthday is.

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* BackstoryInvader: A character who is implanted in the memories of other characters who don't really know them.

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* AmnesiacProtagonistCatalyst: The protagonist has forgotten something important about themselves when the story starts. Which is that they were responsible for what's currently wrong in the story.


* AmnesiacResonance: An amnesiac instinctively performs skills they had or felt wasn't right or knew they could trust someone before losing their memory, without knowledge of how or why they know them.

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* AmnesiacResonance: An amnesiac instinctively performs skills they had or felt something wasn't right or knew they could trust someone before losing their memory, without knowledge of how or why they know them.


* AmnesiacResonance: An amnesiac instinctively performs skills they had before losing their memory, without knowledge of how or why they know them.

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* AmnesiacResonance: An amnesiac instinctively performs skills they had or felt wasn't right or knew they could trust someone before losing their memory, without knowledge of how or why they know them.


* MemoryWipeExploitation

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* MemoryWipeExploitationMemoryWipeExploitation: Someone exploits character's memory loss for their own gain.

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* MemoryWipeExploitation

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* ElephantsNeverForget: Elephants are often depicted as having prodigiously strong and accurate memories.


* FlashbackMontageRealization: A character's realization is shown with a montage of previous scenes and lines of dialogue.

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* FlashbackMontageRealization: A character's realization is shown with a montage of previous scenes and lines of dialogue.dialogue, representing a character remembering all the clues hinting at TheReveal.

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* FlashbackMontageRealization: A character's realization is shown with a montage of previous scenes and lines of dialogue.

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