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Christmas 1292. Christmas 1292. Bridget knew she didn't look like the type of person who'd do well in the Middle Ages. She didn't have a university education. She couldn't speak French, Welsh, Middle English, or anything in between. But when, for the first time in her life, she listens to her own heart instead of doing what everyone else is telling her to do, and her best friend Peter decides to do the same, suddenly what started out as impulse begins to look a lot like prescience.
Guardians of Time
Remember the Golden Age of yore, a few years back with a utopian society and magitek? Right, you don't, because it didn't exist now. The Order is run by Lathenia, an immortal Goddess who tries to create chaos in the world by sending members of the Order back in time to Make Wrong What Once Went Right. She ultimately aims to kill her brother Lorian, another immortal who is in charge of the Guard.
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Cosmic Awareness, Incorporeality, Acausality (Types 1 and 4), Immortality (Types 1, 3, 5, and 8), Higher-Dimensional Manipulation, Higher-Dimensional Existence, Large Size (Type 10), (Type 2), Abstract Existence (Type 1), Regeneration (High-Godly; It was implied that the Time Lords are unable to kill the Guardians of Time, who have weapons capable of erasing beings on a conceptual level), Reality Warping, Conceptual Manipulation (Type 1), Soul Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Telepathy, Telekinesis, Spatial Manipulation, Energy Manipulation, Fusionism, Mind Manipulation, Causality Manipulation Magic, Existence Erasure, Void Manipulation, BFR, Chaos Manipulation, Light Manipulation, Technology Manipulation, Illusion Creation, Dream Manipulation, Invulnerability, Attack Reflection, Forcefield Creation, Memory Manipulation, Power Nullification, Biological Manipulation, Transmutation, Sealing, Immersion, Power Bestowal, Life & Death Manipulation, Law Manipulation, Madness Manipulation, Physics Manipulation, Existence Erasure (Made it so Elektra and Prometheus, an eternal and a Chronovore who transcend natural time, never existed in the first place), Resistance to Conceptual Manipulation, Probability Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Gravity Manipulation, Light Manipulation, Energy Absorption, Sealing, Extrasensory Perception, Perception Manipulation, Biological Manipulation, Weather Manipulation, Magnetism Manipulation, Illusion Creation, Higher-Dimensional Manipulation, Spatial Manipulation, Existence Erasure, Age Manipulation, Air Manipulation, Sound Manipulation, Technology Manipulation, Mathematics Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, BFR, Time Stop, Void Manipulation, and Law Manipulation
Attack Potency: High Complex Multiverse level (Stated to be one of the strongest forces in the setting, far above transcendent beings such as Chronovores and Eternals. Formed of the six guardians combined, and as such is superior to them on an individual level. Is said to rule over countless multiverses. Described as the pinnacle of 11-D beings in the verse)
Within a year, with the Mutants eliminated as a threat, the Silver Guardians remain Silver Hills' guardians. Due to lack of activity however, they have began to take on more traditional policing roles since they give Taylor a speeding ticket. They later respond to a jewelry store where Mutant activity has been reported only to find the three Mut-Orgs who force them to retreat. It takes the combined power of the Time Force and Wild Force Power Rangers to destroy them for good. TV STORY-Reinforcements from the Future
Officially, the Silver Guardians were founded to both combat the Mutants and defend the city whilst the Time Force Rangers combat the monsters. In spite of this, the Silver Guardians initially only protected the buildings and organizations of the individuals who could pay due to nepotism but, with time, they started to protect people and help the Rangers freely. In the process, the Silver Guardians slowly became allies of the Rangers and unite against Ransik and his forces as the Silver Guardians learn to help everybody and not only the ones who can pay.
The Time Guardian is the personification of Time itself and his purpose is to ensure that no paradoxes or massive changes to the timeline occur. To that end he creates fixed points in time and carefully manipulates parts of the Doctor's(and presumably other time travelers) timeline in order to ensure that he prevents fixed points in time from being changed.
During the dark times the Time Guardian had to impose many fixed points in the universe so that in the likely event of manipulation of this time period via time travel can be prevented. He compares this to being as hard as trying to solve the Skasis Paradigm using only a pocket calculator(GRD: And I Heard).
What, do you want me to draw you a map?! What are you an amoeba!? - Time GuardianThe Time Guardian has a very sporadic and alien personality. He sees other lifeforms(including Time Lords) as inferior and he often makes sarcastic remarks about their lack of knowlege of events to come. When he shows Morbius a vision of the future he doesn't display much sorow for the fate of the universe, but nevertheless he wants to save it. He sometimes displays a sadistic view of life and death saying that the Time Lords deserved their fate for being so overconfident.
The Guardians of Time held dominion over past and future, and controlled time travel.[Blood Omen/11] Their role granted them the power to bend time, and forecast or manipulate Nosgoth's history. Time Guardians were afforded "a certain level of omniscience," and kept the flowing currents and shifting movements of the time-stream in check.[Soul Reaver 2/1][Defiance strategy guide]
All Guardians were destined to serve their respective Pillar for their lifetime, and were granted longevity and extraordinary powers in return. Time Guardians were granted the unique power to bend time and manipulate history.
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Of course, David had built the road this way on purpose, and it very much resembled one of those ramps that semi-trucks were supposed to use when their brakes failed while driving down a steep hill. In this particular case, however, there would be no braking involved. The bed of the road was made of rock and hardened earth, not sand, and the goal was to get the bus going as fast as possible by the time it hit the cliff.
The Guardian of Forever was a mysterious construct of an unknown, ancient alien race, which functioned as a time portal: a gateway to the time vortex that allowed access to other times, locations and dimensions.
It was located on an ancient planet where the focus of all timelines throughout at least the Milky Way Galaxy converged. It was positioned among the eventual ruins of a large, forgotten city that stretched beyond the horizon in all directions around it. Based on initial observations, the ruins appeared to be at least one million years old. The Guardian said that it was far older than that, even exceeding the Earth's sun's age of 4.6 billion years. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")
After the factions of the Temporal Wars attempted to use it for their own purposes, the Guardian of Forever went into hiding far removed from its original planet. It was eventually located by the Sphere data on Dannus V where, taking on the form of a man named Carl, it tested Philippa Georgiou before it helped her to survive her deteriorating condition from being displaced from her own time and the mirror universe. (DIS: "Terra Firma, Part 1", "Terra Firma, Part 2")
The Guardian of Forever appeared physically as an inert, crudely asymmetrical, circular gateway--a rough-hewn torus--comprised of a quasi-metallic substance that defied sensor analysis and was able to display the flow of time itself, even though it could not alter the "speed at which it displayed the past."
It generated immense ripples in time that manifested themselves as spatial disturbances in the region around the planet where it was located. Apparently sentient, it was capable of speech and interacted with anyone it encountered, responding to external stimuli such as questions and actions. Spock was unconvinced that the Guardian could be a machine as Federation technology understood mechanics, and it, itself, when James Kirk asked it directly whether it was a machine or a being, called itself "both...and neither," implying that it was neither quite a machine as Federation technology understood mechanics nor quite a being as Federation biology understood life, and yet both a machine as Federation technology did not understand mechanics and a being as Federation biology did not understand life. The object would flash whenever it spoke and emitted a gaseous fog within its center whenever it generated a portal. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever") 041b061a72