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8th Nov '17 3:29:45 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicTrollsAndTheTrollWarriors'' the Magic Village is a world separated from the normal Trolls' world via magic.
17th Oct '17 9:43:33 PM Daedalis
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* This is the premise of ''ComicBook/BlackScience'': endless travel in the eververse across the infinite parallel universes separated from each other by decisions or chance.
21st Sep '17 5:18:33 AM Cintari
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'''s [[HyperspaceIsaScaryPlace Warp]] is Another Dimension... [[CosmicHorrorStory 40k style.]] In essence, ''{{Hell}}''. They use it for {{FTL}} travel. [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace It doesn't always work. The ship might disappear then reappear, with everyone inside turned to dust from age. Or it might reappear hundreds to thousands of years later. Or appear at it's destination before it left. "Time" is a funny thing in the Warp. Not funny Ha-Ha.]]

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'''s [[HyperspaceIsaScaryPlace Warp]] is Another Dimension... [[CosmicHorrorStory 40k style.]] In essence, ''{{Hell}}''. They use it for {{FTL}} travel. [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace It doesn't always work. The ship might disappear then reappear, with everyone inside turned to dust from age. Or it might reappear hundreds to thousands of years later. Or appear at it's its destination before it left. "Time" is a funny thing in the Warp. Not funny Ha-Ha.]]



* ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' has one in the Merovingian's chateau, it has it's own {{Bizarrchitecture}} floating maze inside it.

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* ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' has one in the Merovingian's chateau, it has it's its own {{Bizarrchitecture}} floating maze inside it.
14th Sep '17 8:46:33 AM officefan55
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* The Dark Place from ''VideoGame/AlanWake'' is a bizarre realm "beyond the shores of our reality". It is home to more than a few [[EldritchAbomination dark entities]] of [[BlueAndOrangeMorality calamitous intentions]] and it is by nature "fluid", constantly shifting according to the whims and thoughts of its inhabitants; works of art created here or at contact points with our reality (such as Cauldron Lake) can influence reality by coming true. The protagonist, a novelist, writes a book that comes true over the course of the game, and once in the Dark Place itself, finds himself surrounded by words and ideas that he can turn into physical reality, and manifestations of his own fear and hopelessness coming to kill him. It's stated repeatedly that even though signals can travel from it to our reality, once you're in the Dark Place, it is next to impossible to leave, at least withou bringing something ''terrible'' along with you. By the time of ''VideoGame/AlanWakesAmericanNightmare'', two years after the first game, Wake has become much more adept at handling the Dark Place and its inhabitants. He is able to write himself as one of the protagonist of one of his works and travel back to our reality at a point of contact (this time near a town in Arizona), but it's hinted that this is not an actual escape and it's not even clear if [[GainaxEnding the events of the game actually took place]].

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* The Dark Place from ''VideoGame/AlanWake'' is a bizarre realm "beyond the shores of our reality". It is home to more than a few [[EldritchAbomination dark entities]] of [[BlueAndOrangeMorality calamitous intentions]] and it is by nature "fluid", constantly shifting according to the whims and thoughts of its inhabitants; works of art created here or at contact points with our reality (such as Cauldron Lake) can influence reality by coming true. The protagonist, a novelist, writes a book that comes true over the course of the game, and once in the Dark Place itself, finds himself surrounded by words and ideas that he can turn into physical reality, and manifestations of his own fear and hopelessness coming to kill him. It's stated repeatedly that even though signals can travel from it to our reality, once you're in the Dark Place, it is next to impossible to leave, at least withou without bringing something ''terrible'' along with you. By the time of ''VideoGame/AlanWakesAmericanNightmare'', two years after the first game, Wake has become much more adept at handling the Dark Place and its inhabitants. He is able to write himself as one of the protagonist of one of his works and travel back to our reality at a point of contact (this time near a town in Arizona), but it's hinted that this is not an actual escape and it's not even clear if [[GainaxEnding the events of the game actually took place]].
14th Sep '17 8:40:05 AM officefan55
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* [[Literature/{{Reckless}} The Mirrorworld Series]]: The Mirror World is an alternate version of Europe with 1700's politics...cameras, railroads, and [[spoiler: airplanes]]. The primary mode of travel still appears to be horseback, though, and characters don't recognize modern guns or flashlights. Oh, and there's a whole range of supernatural races...

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* [[Literature/{{Reckless}} The Mirrorworld Series]]: The Mirror World is an alternate version of Europe with 1700's 1700s politics...cameras, railroads, and [[spoiler: airplanes]]. The primary mode of travel still appears to be horseback, though, and characters don't recognize modern guns or flashlights. Oh, and there's a whole range of supernatural races...
14th Sep '17 8:36:23 AM officefan55
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* It is hard to take other dimensions more seriously than in ''Literature/{{Flatland}}''.
14th Sep '17 8:35:15 AM officefan55
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* Kenneth Bulmer wrote a series about the Contessa Perdita di Monttevarchi, an interdimensional tyrant, and the various people who opposed here

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* Kenneth Bulmer wrote a series about the Contessa Perdita di Monttevarchi, an interdimensional tyrant, and the various people who opposed hereher.
3rd Sep '17 1:21:31 PM MiinU
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*''LightNovel/SoICantPlayH'': All three of the {{shinigami}} females come [[MagicalLand from Grimwald]], a plain of existence that lies between the human world and the afterlife.
3rd Sep '17 11:02:59 AM Homemaderat
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* In ''Literature/LittleGirlLost'' young Tina Miller falls off the couch and manaeges to find herself in the fourth dimension. The family dog Mack goes in after her but has trouble getting to her. In the end her father Chris falls in himself and manages to grab a hold of both as all three get pulled back to safety.
3rd Aug '17 1:58:17 AM Arca
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* The plot of ''VideoGame/XComApocalypse'' revolves around aliens from Another Dimension invading through spinning geometric portals. Initially it is impossible to make the jump to their dimension without being torn to pieces, requiring that the Project reverse-engineering the alien LivingShip technology. Travelling through reveals the alien home to be a scorched, barren wasteland, the alien base a series of gigantic organic structures that must be methodically torn down to put a stop to the attacks.
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