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A '''time fissure''' was a weakness in the fabric of [[time]] and space.
 
A '''time fissure''' was a weakness in the fabric of [[time]] and space.
[[Image:Sarah jane and oscar.JPG|right|thumb|250px|[[Sarah Jane Smith]] sends [[Krislok|"Oscar"]] home through the Time Fissure ([[SJA]]: [[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]])]]
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[[File:Sarah jane and oscar.JPG|right|thumb|250px|[[Sarah Jane Smith]] sends [[Krislok|"Oscar"]] home through the Time Fissure ([[SJA]]: [[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]])]]
==Common effects==
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== Common effects ==
 
Places that were reputed to be [[ghost|haunted]] usually had a time fissure nearby. They were also often responsible for disappearances, as people accidentally wandered through them and got lost in time. Growing up near a time fissure tended to enable one to develop [[psychic powers]] such as [[precognition]] and "[[clairvoyance|second sight]]". ([[DW]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl]]'')
 
Places that were reputed to be [[ghost|haunted]] usually had a time fissure nearby. They were also often responsible for disappearances, as people accidentally wandered through them and got lost in time. Growing up near a time fissure tended to enable one to develop [[psychic powers]] such as [[precognition]] and "[[clairvoyance|second sight]]". ([[DW]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl]]'')
   
==History==
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== History ==
 
The [[English]] village of [[Fetchborough]] was situated in or near a time fissure. Consequently and because of her long exposure to the fissure, a local, [[Martha Tyler]] had a reputation as a [[witch]]. The presence of the fissure made [[Fendelman]]'s [[1970s]] experiments with "[[Eustace]]", the skull of a [[Fendahl Core]], even more dangerous. ([[DW]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl]]'')
 
The [[English]] village of [[Fetchborough]] was situated in or near a time fissure. Consequently and because of her long exposure to the fissure, a local, [[Martha Tyler]] had a reputation as a [[witch]]. The presence of the fissure made [[Fendelman]]'s [[1970s]] experiments with "[[Eustace]]", the skull of a [[Fendahl Core]], even more dangerous. ([[DW]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl]]'')
   
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In [[2008]], Sarah Jane and her team examined a time fissure seven miles from the former site of [[Foxgrove]], a village which no longer existed. She used a device to open and close the fissure. When activated, the fissure manifested as a glowing portal through which people could pass. It seemed that [[the Trickster]] had created this fissure deliberately as part of a trap set for Sarah. ([[SJA]]: ''[[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]]'')
 
In [[2008]], Sarah Jane and her team examined a time fissure seven miles from the former site of [[Foxgrove]], a village which no longer existed. She used a device to open and close the fissure. When activated, the fissure manifested as a glowing portal through which people could pass. It seemed that [[the Trickster]] had created this fissure deliberately as part of a trap set for Sarah. ([[SJA]]: ''[[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]]'')
   
==See also==
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== See also ==
*[[Time rift]]
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* [[Time rift]]
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[[Category:Time travel]]
 
[[Category:Time travel]]
 
[[Category:Space-time anomalies]]
 
[[Category:Space-time anomalies]]

Revision as of 21:29, November 5, 2011

A time fissure was a weakness in the fabric of time and space.

Sarah jane and oscar

Sarah Jane Smith sends "Oscar" home through the Time Fissure (SJA: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith)

Common effects

Places that were reputed to be haunted usually had a time fissure nearby. They were also often responsible for disappearances, as people accidentally wandered through them and got lost in time. Growing up near a time fissure tended to enable one to develop psychic powers such as precognition and "second sight". (DW: Image of the Fendahl)

History

The English village of Fetchborough was situated in or near a time fissure. Consequently and because of her long exposure to the fissure, a local, Martha Tyler had a reputation as a witch. The presence of the fissure made Fendelman's 1970s experiments with "Eustace", the skull of a Fendahl Core, even more dangerous. (DW: Image of the Fendahl)

Sarah Jane Smith, Mike Yates and K9 Mark III visited a house built over a time fissure. (ST: Housewarming)

In 2008, Sarah Jane and her team examined a time fissure seven miles from the former site of Foxgrove, a village which no longer existed. She used a device to open and close the fissure. When activated, the fissure manifested as a glowing portal through which people could pass. It seemed that the Trickster had created this fissure deliberately as part of a trap set for Sarah. (SJA: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith)

See also

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