|Phoebe having a premonition of Elise's Death.|
|Magical Users of Note|| Phoebe Halliwell|
Prue Halliwell - Temporarily
|Number of Issues Used||6|
| First Appearance|
No Rest for the Wicca
| Last Appearance|
Prue Ya Gonna Call?
Prue - "I know that you think you can see the future, which is pretty ironic..."
Phoebe - "...Since you don't think I have one, that my vision of life is cloudy compared to your perfect hell."
Premonitions are visions of the future that usually point them in the direction of something that needs to be changed. Those with premonitions sometimes also recieve visions of the past that help them with something that is going on in the present. This power is said to be highly desirable, since it often helps a witch evade dangerous situations.
In the ComicsEdit
While at the funeral for their first innocent, Brittany Reynolds, Phoebe had a premontion of Brittany in her coffin as an old woman. Piper froze the scene and confirmed that Brittany looked like an old woman. Phoebe had a premonition of all the innocents and charges they ever had being in danger. This came to late to save Brittany or Brent as well as at least two other, Owen Grant and Marcy Steadwell, who they learn in the next issue are also dead.
Phoebe had a vision of the past when she touched the newspaper with the announcement of the wedding of Mitchell Coopersmith to Bree Holcombe. She later had a premonition that appears to have been pushed on her by her ex-husband, Cole Turner, of the disaster that would ensue if something wasn't done to fix Coop's interference.
When Phoebe touched the scrap of paper that was found attached to the door of Paige and Henry's Home she saw Tyler being handed a business card by a man that Tyler later identified to them as Montgomery Knox.
Phoebe had a Premonition of Leo going off to a fortess in the Himalayas to talk to Glynnis, a magical weapons manufacturer. In her vision, things did not end well for Leo.
When Prue used all of her sisters' powers that were inside her at once both she and Phoebe shared a premontion of Prue falling to her death afterward.