- "Unlike you dancing shadows, my past was real and cannot be re-written, as much as I wish it were."
- ― SCP-682 (SCP Foundation)
The user is a fixed point in time, a moment in the space-time continuum at which events were set in stone and could never, ever be changed, no matter what. As a consequence, the user is usually immortal.
This also applies to the user's death, rendering it unable to be changed or removed from the timeline.
- Though the user can't be killed, they can still be trapped.
- May still be destroyed by Temporal Erasure.
- Jack Harkness (Doctor Who/Torchwood)
- Geras (Mortal Kombat 11)