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10th Sep '17 9:34:53 AM Malady
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* ''Smoke Comics'' (a sub comic of WTFComics) shows the sky as an indication Smoke isn't on Earth any more.

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* ''Smoke Comics'' (a sub comic of WTFComics) ''Webcomic/WTFComics'') shows the sky as an indication Smoke isn't on Earth any more.
8th Aug '17 12:23:54 PM BeerBaron
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*** The sun and stars are not mundane balls of flaming plasma and gas, but are instead holes punctured in the fabric of reality by Magnus (the et'Ada of light and magic who served as the "architect" for Mundus) and the Magna-Ge (his lesser et'Ada followers) as they fled Mundus during its creation. The holes lead to Aetherius, the realm of magic, and through them, magic flows into Mundus (which is visible in the night sky as nebulae).

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*** The sun and stars are not mundane balls of flaming plasma and gas, but are instead holes punctured in the fabric of reality by Magnus (the et'Ada of light and magic who served as the "architect" for Mundus) and the Magna-Ge (his lesser et'Ada followers) as they fled Mundus during its creation. The holes lead to Aetherius, the realm of magic, and through them, magic flows into Mundus (which is visible in the night sky as nebulae). The Yokudan/Redguard tradition offers another theory, stating that the stars were placed in the sky by Ruptga, the "Tall Papa" and [[TopGod chief deity]] of the Yokudan pantheon, to guide weaker spirits to the [[WarriorHeaven Far Shores]] where they would be safe from Satakal's ViciousCycle of eating the world.
3rd Aug '17 5:01:15 AM Aipom-pom
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* The world of Vytal in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' has a moon which has been partially shattered. [[WordOfGod Monty Oum]] has explained that this moon is not tidally-locked, so it appears more intact at times because the unbroken side happens to be facing the planet.

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* The world of Vytal Remnant in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' has a moon which has been partially shattered. [[WordOfGod Monty Oum]] has explained that this moon is not tidally-locked, so it appears more intact at times because the unbroken side happens to be facing the planet.
23rd Jun '17 5:06:00 PM Reign
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*** ''Legion'' added more to Azeroth's alien sky in 7.2, when [[spoiler:Illidan opened a giant portal between Azeroth and Argus, the Burning Legion's home base. After completing the Tomb of Sargeras raid you can see it in the sky from almost any zone.]]
24th May '17 5:27:12 AM Doug86
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* The planet Krikkit from ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'' is an example of an alien ''lack of sky'', there are no visible stars or moons because the entire planet is surrounded by a dust cloud. This has an effect on the populace somewhat reminiscent of ''Nightfall'' (see above). When a spaceship crashes into the planet, the locals hear it coming and it doesn't even occur to them to look up, because there's nothing ever there. The idea that there is something other than their world is an utterly alien one, and when the repair the ship and escape their atmosphere for the first time, allowing them to gaze upon the universe, they come to an inevitable conclusion: "[[OmnicidalManiac It'll have to go]]."

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* The planet Krikkit from ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'' is an example of an alien ''lack of sky'', there are no visible stars or moons because the entire planet is surrounded by a dust cloud. This has an effect on the populace somewhat reminiscent of ''Nightfall'' (see above). When a spaceship crashes into the planet, the locals hear it coming and it doesn't even occur to them to look up, because there's nothing ever there. The idea that there is something other than their world is an utterly alien one, and when the they repair the ship and escape their atmosphere for the first time, allowing them to gaze upon the universe, they come to an inevitable conclusion: "[[OmnicidalManiac It'll have to go]]."
21st May '17 12:46:10 PM nombretomado
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* TheWanderersLibrary has [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/system:page-tags/tag/unwaking The Unwaking]] setting. The sun changes color with the days of the week: On Tuesday and Thursday it's red, on Monday and Wednesday it's yellow, and on Fridays and Saturdays it's blue. It used to be dark on Sunday, when Sunday was still alive. Don't ask.

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* TheWanderersLibrary ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'' has [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/system:page-tags/tag/unwaking The Unwaking]] setting. The sun changes color with the days of the week: On Tuesday and Thursday it's red, on Monday and Wednesday it's yellow, and on Fridays and Saturdays it's blue. It used to be dark on Sunday, when Sunday was still alive. Don't ask.
20th May '17 10:09:39 AM nombretomado
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* The world of Britannia in ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' has twin moons, whose positions determine the opening and endpoint of [[TeleportersAndTransporters moongates]]. In ''Ultima VIII: Pagan'', you travel (or rather, are banished) to the world known as Pagan, where there's no sun in the sky - to the point one man summons a demon to ''ask him what the sun is''.

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* The world of Britannia in ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' has twin moons, whose positions determine the opening and endpoint of [[TeleportersAndTransporters moongates]]. In ''Ultima VIII: ''VideoGame/UltimaVIII: Pagan'', you travel (or rather, are banished) to the world known as Pagan, where there's no sun in the sky - to the point one man summons a demon to ''ask him what the sun is''.
7th May '17 9:43:08 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* The final scene of ''Anime/PatemaInverted'' has Patema and Age/Eiji venture off to explore [[RuinsOfTheModernAge what's left of the surface world]] -- which includes a shot of what appears to be [[spoiler:the planet Saturn]], where the Moon should be. In the broad light of day!



* The final scene of ''Anime/PatemaInverted'' has Patema and Age/Eiji venture off to explore [[RuinsOfTheModernAge what's left of the surface world]] -- which includes a shot of what appears to be [[spoiler:the planet Saturn]], where the Moon should be. In the broad light of day!
7th May '17 9:39:59 PM 64SuperNintendo
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5th May '17 6:21:06 AM Kakai
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* The world of ''Literature/TheSpiritThief'' has no stars [[spoiler:because they were all eaten by demons.]]
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