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The power to remember and recall experiences and events exceptionally well. Variation of Panmnesia.

Also Called

  • Memory Bound
  • Memory Palace
  • Rapid Recollection

Capabilities

Users can remember great volumes of information, in greater detail and for much longer than the average human, they can read books, listen to song lyrics, encounter people or experience events and recall a great deal of the details of their experience. In addition, it takes less effort to recall the information they encounter, and they can remember it for longer without having to strain. Their memory is also more resilient against Memory Manipulation.

Techniques

  • Dream Recall: the ability to recall dreams (and nightmares) in greater volume, in greater detail and for longer than the average human.
  • Eidetic Memory (Visual Memory, Photographic Memory, Photographic Retention): the ability to retain information, experiences and events after seeing them just once.
  • Enhanced Long-Term Memory: the ability to retain more bits of information in long-term memory.
  • Enhanced Short-Term Memory: the ability to retain more bits of information in short-term memory.
  • Phonetic Memory (Auditory Memory, Phonographic Memory, Phonographic Retention): the ability to retain information, experiences and events after hearing them just once.
  • Psychic Program
  • Vision Recall (Psychic Recall): the ability to recall psychic visions in greater volume, in greater detail and for longer than the average human.

Associations

Limitations

  • Though it does allow perfect memory of many events, it does not allow a permanent short and long-term memory
  • May be unable to displace/forget mistakes/memories.
  • May not handle stress from certain retained information (i.e. truths).
  • May be unable to replicate physical actions without training.
  • Prone to headaches since brain power is needed.
  • May be harmful or painful memory that could give them stress
  • Dependency on the personality, may result in the user being fairly vindictive.
  • Attempting to memorize too much results in brain damage, and potential fatality

Note: some people in real life claimed to have Enhanced Memory, meaning they could remember a vast majority of what has happened to them.

Known Users

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