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21st Sep 2021, 12:00 AM



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Cortanis
21st Sep 2021, 10:27 AM

So question... Let's say for argument's sake she does tell someone. Would she lose memory of all events involving her or just that she exists? Or are we talking concussion level total memory loss from time of awareness to point of wipe?

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HiSS-Graphics
21st Sep 2021, 2:07 PM

I haven't really planned that. But from the top of my head, I think it would depend on how they went about it. The person would have to face judgement. If someone purposely tried to reveal the supernatural and cause their destruction, they would have a severe case of total memory loss from time of awareness to point of wipe. Most likely this person would then "wake up from a coma" in a hospital.

If the person didn't do so on purpose, their verdict would be less severe. It could range from probation to memory adjustment. Memory adjustment being that all moment with a supernatural are altered to resemble human interaction, and conversation would be blurred so they're there, but you can't quite remember what was spoken about.

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Cortanis
22nd Sep 2021, 4:31 AM

Writing tropes like this always confuse me unless they're specified thanks to so many ways to apply them. It does beg the question of what happens if it's accidental though? Case in point, let's say you get caught talking in your sleep or an accidental photo slip in some way. God knows the internet is infamous for accidental photo bombs.

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HiSS-Graphics
22nd Sep 2021, 9:00 AM

Again, it depends on many things. If it is accidental, the verdict will be less severe. But let's say sleep talking is something you do often, supernatural may find it safer to undo your knowledge of it. It depends on so many aspects.

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