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  • Father Time
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  • File:Father Time TD.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • Steve creates a time traveling machine on his wrist to travel back into time. He and Carl travel back to the time he first bought the house. Despite Steve's warning not to mess around with the past by tampering with it, Carl leaves a note to invest in future stocks. When they return to the present, both are shocked to find out that Carl is the richest man in the world worth $247 billion. However, his tampering with the past came with a price when he learns that he hasn't been close to Estelle in years and that Harriette's leaving him because he was too busy with making money to care about having children.
  • Father Time is a City of Heroes and City of Villains contact located in Pocket D at coordinates (858.5, 148, -983.5). __toc__
  • Father Time is usually depicted as an elderly bearded man, dressed in a robe and carrying a scythe and an hourglass or other timekeeping devices (which represent time's constant one-way movement, and more generally and abstractly, entropy). Around New Year's Eve many editorial cartoons use the convenient trope of Father Time as the personification of the previous year (or "the Old Year") who typically "hands over" the duties of time to the equally allegorical Baby New Year (or "the New Year") or who otherwise characterizes the preceding year.
  • Father Time was the "giant of giants" who once ruled a kingdom in Overland, who slept throughout most of Narnia's history in an enchanted sleep in Underland, and who helped bring about the end of Narnia.
  • Father Time is a godlike being associated with the anthropomorphic personifications of the years, perhaps himself the personification of time. The Fate Spider is also responsible to him, and Uncle Time is his brother. He appears as a giant floating head or disembodied narration or dialogue, and seems to possess knowledge about various things beyond what a normal person could be expected to have access to. He only cares about time running smoothly; other than that, he is indifferent, except towards the Dutch, whom he dislikes.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Father Time is a mythical figure who is usually depicted as an elderly bearded man, somewhat worse for wear, dressed in a robe, carrying a scythe and an hourglass or other timekeeping device (which represents time's constant one-way movement, and more generally and abstractly, entropy). This image derives from several sources, including the Grim Reaper and Chronos, the Greek god Lord of time in Greek mythology. Around New Year's Eve, many editorial cartoons use the convenient trope of Father Time as the personification of the previous year (or "the Old Year") who typically "hands over" the duties of time to the equally allegorical Baby New Year (or "the New Year") who otherwise characterizes the preceding year.
  • Father Time appeared in the episode, "It's Time." He is a being constructed completely of clocks and wears a purple hat. He was angry that Mordecai was the one microwaving all of his clocks or "limbs." He has a very deep voice, and is able to materialize wherever he pleases. All of his possessions are invisible, and he got mad at Mordecai for "wrecking his living room," which was also invisible. He forces Mordecai to reflect on his jealousy to Rigby; at first, he said that Mordecai must stay at the end of time forever but then decides that house guests really annoy him and he lets Mordecai start over again. He tells Mordecai to ride the "time pony" back to the present, and to get out of his dimension. He also appears in Regular show : The Movie as the guy working in the gas station where h
  • Father Time is a character that has appeared in the Smurfs cartoon show from Season 3's "No Time For Smurfs" to Season 9's "The Smurfs That Time Forgot". He is an elderly figure who has power and control over time, if not complete control. He wears a long grey beard, is dressed a long robe, and carries a scythe in his hand, which can open up tears in the fabric of space and time by careless people wielding it. He has an underground workshop usually accessible from a cave entrance, in which he has all sorts of devices and apparatuses that control elements of time. One of these devices, a backwards-running grandfather clock, had turned three adult Smurfs into young Smurflings.
  • When he appears, he will be standing on the sidewalk, so a selectable Sim will need to call him over. The only interactions available for Father Time are talk and call over, which will be available no matter how close a Sim is to him. Around midnight, (12 AM), he will start making a ruckus, which all the Sims at the party will join, and will then transform into Toddler New Year.
  • Open up your locket does solidarity breed from a good foundation? Things speed out of date now you can be falling and when your up it's blown up with all new buildings painted they're not your colors and all the places you went to you don't get what they offer and hey that's Nathan but didn't he pass a long time ago? Where'd he go? We exorcised the weekend now all the demons cant play but they snuck into Thursday Looking out for panthers from the road again but didn't they pass a long time ago? There are none too small
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  • New Earth
  • The New 52
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  • Dark Blue
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  • 275.0
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  • Alan Sklar Fred Tatasciore
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  • Rudolph's Shiny New Year
  • The Santa Clause 2 and 3
  • "The American Revolution - Part I"
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  • Father Time
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Box Title
  • Father Time
Relatives
  • Unknown
Appearances
  • The Silver Chair
  • The Last Battle
Levels
  • 1
Faction
  • Winter Horde
Label
Album
Age
  • Ambiguous
FirstAppearance
Completion
  • You have rescued Baby New Year!
Producer
Game
  • The Sims 2: Holiday Party Pack
Hair
  • Grey
Name
  • Father Time
  • A key of ice
  • Golden Rings
  • Renewal of Light
Text
  • That can set Baby New Year free!
  • This glittering ice forms a key
Type
  • Snow Beast
Z
  • -983.500000
Gallery
  • File:Father Time 01.jpg
First
  • Season 3
Sex
  • Male
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  • A guardian spirit will watch over you for the next 8 days. If you are defeated during that time, activating this power will restore you so you may continue the battle. The restoration blasts nearby foes with an explosion, knocking them down and disorienting them. You will revive with about half of your hit points and endurance. You will be invulnerable for a brief time and protected from xp debt for 20 seconds.
  • Although this power deals very little damage, the Golden Rings encase your foe, holding him helpless in place for a while. This power will last 12 days. Damage: Minor, Recharge: Long
Entrance
  • It looks like winter has come to Croatoa.
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  • None
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  • his
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  • None
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  • N
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  • None
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  • Father Time
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  • Cancer
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  • 858.500000
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  • Temporary Mayhem SelfResurrect.png
  • Temporary TearGas.png
Description
  • Father Time is the immortal leader of S.H.A.D.E., a government organization that uses super-powered agents to fight terrorism. This makes him a close ally to the super-hero Frankenstein, who is their top agent. His powers are unclear but he is known to possess superhuman strength, and his appearance regularly changes whenever his body regenerates. Father Time was created by Grant Morrison and Doug Mahnke, first appearing in .
Performer
  • Frank Welker
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Years
  • Narnian-years –2555
Image
  • 150
Universe
  • Comic BooksCartoon Show
Primary
  • Rescue Baby New Year!
Occupation
  • Time Master
  • Ruler of kingdom
  • Time guardian and controller
Play
  • NPC
Img capt
  • Auld Lang Syne
Zone
City
  • HV
Released
  • 2012-09-04
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  • Light
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  • Male
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  • 6
  • Father Time
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  • Animal Collective's
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  • Human in appearance
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  • Find the key to the cave! **Rescue Baby New Year!
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  • Father Time
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  • 148
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  • Self Rez, Special
  • Ranged, Minor Damage, Foe: Hold
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  • Open up your locket does solidarity breed from a good foundation? Things speed out of date now you can be falling and when your up it's blown up with all new buildings painted they're not your colors and all the places you went to you don't get what they offer and hey that's Nathan but didn't he pass a long time ago? Where'd he go? We exorcised the weekend now all the demons cant play but they snuck into Thursday Looking out for panthers from the road again but didn't they pass a long time ago? Luck it's not real.Oh it's real. No it's not real Maybe it's only real when lightning landed and hit you right where you were standing Or when your imagination shows you what only time is supposed to tell you Then I imagine time he's got real big hands and bigger plans From a long time ago And did I remember suitcase and all the things in my head and all the expectations of doing something special I could be gone today but where do they take me? Luck it's not real though my feelings say it's real Maybe it's only real when someone blinds you when they had always been so kind to you Imagination won't get moldy can't wait for time to unfold me Then I imagine time he's got real big hands and bigger plans From a long time ago There are none too small
  • File:Father Time TD.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • Steve creates a time traveling machine on his wrist to travel back into time. He and Carl travel back to the time he first bought the house. Despite Steve's warning not to mess around with the past by tampering with it, Carl leaves a note to invest in future stocks. When they return to the present, both are shocked to find out that Carl is the richest man in the world worth $247 billion. However, his tampering with the past came with a price when he learns that he hasn't been close to Estelle in years and that Harriette's leaving him because he was too busy with making money to care about having children.
  • Father Time is a character that has appeared in the Smurfs cartoon show from Season 3's "No Time For Smurfs" to Season 9's "The Smurfs That Time Forgot". He is an elderly figure who has power and control over time, if not complete control. He wears a long grey beard, is dressed a long robe, and carries a scythe in his hand, which can open up tears in the fabric of space and time by careless people wielding it. He has an underground workshop usually accessible from a cave entrance, in which he has all sorts of devices and apparatuses that control elements of time. One of these devices, a backwards-running grandfather clock, had turned three adult Smurfs into young Smurflings. Father Time is mentioned in the comic book version of "The Smurflings", but does not actually appear in the story. His character was voiced by Alan Oppenheimer.
  • Father Time is a City of Heroes and City of Villains contact located in Pocket D at coordinates (858.5, 148, -983.5). __toc__
  • Father Time is usually depicted as an elderly bearded man, dressed in a robe and carrying a scythe and an hourglass or other timekeeping devices (which represent time's constant one-way movement, and more generally and abstractly, entropy). Around New Year's Eve many editorial cartoons use the convenient trope of Father Time as the personification of the previous year (or "the Old Year") who typically "hands over" the duties of time to the equally allegorical Baby New Year (or "the New Year") or who otherwise characterizes the preceding year.
  • Father Time was the "giant of giants" who once ruled a kingdom in Overland, who slept throughout most of Narnia's history in an enchanted sleep in Underland, and who helped bring about the end of Narnia.
  • Father Time appeared in the episode, "It's Time." He is a being constructed completely of clocks and wears a purple hat. He was angry that Mordecai was the one microwaving all of his clocks or "limbs." He has a very deep voice, and is able to materialize wherever he pleases. All of his possessions are invisible, and he got mad at Mordecai for "wrecking his living room," which was also invisible. He forces Mordecai to reflect on his jealousy to Rigby; at first, he said that Mordecai must stay at the end of time forever but then decides that house guests really annoy him and he lets Mordecai start over again. He tells Mordecai to ride the "time pony" back to the present, and to get out of his dimension. He also appears in Regular show : The Movie as the guy working in the gas station where he gives Rigby the advice to apologize to Mordecai for lying to him. He also showed slow bits of decay as time was being erased.
  • When he appears, he will be standing on the sidewalk, so a selectable Sim will need to call him over. The only interactions available for Father Time are talk and call over, which will be available no matter how close a Sim is to him. Around midnight, (12 AM), he will start making a ruckus, which all the Sims at the party will join, and will then transform into Toddler New Year. Unlike most other NPCs, Sims will have memories of meeting Father Time, although he will not appear in the relationships panel and can't be called due to him being an object, and not an actual Sim. Santa Claus also has this behavior. If a New Year's Bash is shut down by police at 11 PM, when Father Time arrives, he will immediately leave. Despite having the appearance and voice of an elder, he is actually treated as an adult by the game. File:Icon-warning-48x48.png Warning DO NOT attempt to add Father Time to a family, try to turn him into a supernatural creature, such a werewolf or a vampire, make him selectable, or tamper with him in SimPE in any way or form. Doing so will cause game corruption, fixed only by uninstalling and reinstalling the game. pt-br:Ano-Velho fr:Chronos ru:Отче Наш nl:Vadertje Tijd
  • Father Time is a godlike being associated with the anthropomorphic personifications of the years, perhaps himself the personification of time. The Fate Spider is also responsible to him, and Uncle Time is his brother. He appears as a giant floating head or disembodied narration or dialogue, and seems to possess knowledge about various things beyond what a normal person could be expected to have access to. He only cares about time running smoothly; other than that, he is indifferent, except towards the Dutch, whom he dislikes.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Father Time is a mythical figure who is usually depicted as an elderly bearded man, somewhat worse for wear, dressed in a robe, carrying a scythe and an hourglass or other timekeeping device (which represents time's constant one-way movement, and more generally and abstractly, entropy). This image derives from several sources, including the Grim Reaper and Chronos, the Greek god Lord of time in Greek mythology. Around New Year's Eve, many editorial cartoons use the convenient trope of Father Time as the personification of the previous year (or "the Old Year") who typically "hands over" the duties of time to the equally allegorical Baby New Year (or "the New Year") who otherwise characterizes the preceding year.
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