Al Templeton owned and operateed the Al’s Diner restaurant in Lisbon, Maine for the past 35 years. A time vortex called a “Rabbit Hole” can be found in his pantry. The traveler arrives at 11:58 a.m. on October 21, 1960, on every visit. Al eventually persuades Jake Epping to use the time portal to prevent […]
Clank wields the Chronoscepter, a formidable Zoni scepter, in Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time. It is nearly a hundred million years old and is utilized by the Great Clock’s Senior Caretakers. It is powered by quantum energy and gives the possessor limited temporal manipulation abilities. It has the capacity to reverse time on […]
The Pegasus Device (or Pegasus) is a time machine that sends an agent through a tunnel in the space/time continuum to any moment in history. For security reasons, Pegasus has been programmed to only allow agents to travel to the location of detected temporal rips. Agents may also travel to a time 200 million years […]
The Jules Verne Train, also known as the “Time Train,” was the culmination of Dr. Emmett Brown’s previous experience with building the DeLorean time machine and working with the steam locomotive that pushed it to 88 miles per hour. The Time Train was a time machine that ran on steam rather than gasoline, and it […]
The Jumpsuit (or Time Displacement Unit) is a device for time travel. It was an improvement over the previous Pegasus Device, made possible with technological exchange with the Symbiotry of Peaceful Beings and the work of Dr. William Daughton. Ten TSA’s Jumpsuits exist, coded specifically to the DNA of its assigned agent, and cannot be […]
Craigh na Dun is a fictional ancient stone circle in Scotland and part of a more extensive network of magic stones within the Outlander universe. Their appearance is inspired by Calanais stones on the Isle of Lewis, which feature similar large rocks. In the series, Claire Randall first travels from 1945 to 1743 by touching […]
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