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21st Mar '17 10:47:31 AM Mineboot45
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* The true power of Biscuits's oven in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. The entire Felt gang can fit inside it. Several things in the comic seem to work like this: Every iteration of a universe fits inside one [[CelestialBody giant frog]] that is very large but smaller than a BabyPlanet, and the Troll universes were inside of [[BarrierMaiden Snowman's heart]] instead of (or alongside?) a frog. Then there are the characters' inventories...

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* The true power of Biscuits's oven in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. The entire Felt gang can fit inside it.it (one of the members being the size of ''a small house'') and then some. Several things in the comic seem to work like this: Every iteration of a universe fits inside one [[CelestialBody giant frog]] that is very large but smaller than a BabyPlanet, and the Troll universes were inside of [[BarrierMaiden Snowman's heart]] instead of (or alongside?) a frog. Then there are the characters' inventories...
21st Mar '17 10:40:14 AM Mineboot45
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* The true power of Biscuit's oven in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. The entire Felt gang can fit inside it. Several things in the comic seem to work like this: Every iteration of a universe fits inside one [[CelestialBody giant frog]] that is very large but smaller than a BabyPlanet, and the Troll universes were inside of [[BarrierMaiden Snowman's heart]] instead of (or alongside?) a frog. Then there are the characters' inventories...

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* The true power of Biscuit's Biscuits's oven in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. The entire Felt gang can fit inside it. Several things in the comic seem to work like this: Every iteration of a universe fits inside one [[CelestialBody giant frog]] that is very large but smaller than a BabyPlanet, and the Troll universes were inside of [[BarrierMaiden Snowman's heart]] instead of (or alongside?) a frog. Then there are the characters' inventories...



* Biscuits of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' has an oven that can hold all of his colleagues and then some.
21st Mar '17 10:39:19 AM Mineboot45
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* The true power of Biscuit's oven in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. The entire Felt gang can fit inside it. Several things in the comic seem to work like this: Every iteration of a universe fits inside one [[CelestialBody giant frog]] that is very large but smaller than a BabyPlanet, and the Troll universes were inside of [[BarrierMaiden Snowman's heart]] instead of (or alongside?) a frog. Then their are the characters' inventories...

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* The true power of Biscuit's oven in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. The entire Felt gang can fit inside it. Several things in the comic seem to work like this: Every iteration of a universe fits inside one [[CelestialBody giant frog]] that is very large but smaller than a BabyPlanet, and the Troll universes were inside of [[BarrierMaiden Snowman's heart]] instead of (or alongside?) a frog. Then their there are the characters' inventories...
20th Mar '17 7:24:45 AM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/{{Obsidian}}'' involves simulations of dream worlds built by nanobots at the cellular level, and all of them are inside a 50-foot crystalline structure that looks like the titular rock. There is no sense of scale between the real world or these dreams.
18th Mar '17 7:00:07 PM nombretomado
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* Apparently, the bag the user has in ''{{Franchise/Neopets}}'' is this.

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* Apparently, the bag the user has in ''{{Franchise/Neopets}}'' ''{{Website/Neopets}}'' is this.
15th Mar '17 6:53:47 PM nombretomado
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* The trucks in the {{NES}} version of ''VideoGame/MetalGear''. Go inside, and instantly you notice [[MythologyGag the scale have started to move]]. The {{MSX2}} version had this as well.

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* The trucks in the {{NES}} version of ''VideoGame/MetalGear''. Go inside, and instantly you notice [[MythologyGag the scale have started to move]]. The {{MSX2}} UsefulNotes/{{MSX2}} version had this as well.
12th Mar '17 12:56:58 PM MasterFuzzy
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** The cave on Dagobah may be an example of this trope, depending on your point of view. Luke enters a hollow tree, and is suddenly seen in a large and foreboding cave. Some say this shows that his surroundings are as unreal as the phantom of Vader. Alternately, he may have climbed down through the small-looking hollow into a large cave, and we just didn't see it.

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** The cave on Dagobah may be an example of this trope, [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane depending on your point of view. view.]] Luke enters a hollow tree, and is suddenly seen in a large and foreboding cave. Some say this shows that his surroundings are as unreal as the phantom of Vader. Alternately, he may have climbed down through the small-looking hollow into a large cave, and we just didn't see it.
22nd Feb '17 9:04:15 AM BeerBaron
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** It applies to a degree. While the cities are to scale (and in case of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', the overworld in its entirety), the houses inside the cities are usually bigger on the inside.

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** It applies to a degree. While Downplayed by the cities series as a whole. Cities generally avert it, though the structures themselves are to scale (and in case of sometimes bigger on the inside than their exterior would indidicate.
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''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', the overworld in its entirety), the houses buildings inside the cities are usually bigger on the inside.inside. The biggest offender is the Under Skar in Ald-Ruhn, which is the hollowed out shell of an ancient sentient Emperor Crab. While it's exterior is quite massive, it still isn't large enough to house everything within the actual interior.
16th Feb '17 11:48:47 PM jormis29
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* John Crowley's ''Little, Big'' : this trope (and the title of the book) refer to both the Edgewood house and Faerie being 'bigger in the inside' (a kind of topographry one of the characters of the novel refer to as an ''infundibulum'').

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* John Crowley's ''Little, Big'' ''Literature/LittleBig'' : this trope (and the title of the book) refer to both the Edgewood house and Faerie being 'bigger in the inside' (a kind of topographry one of the characters of the novel refer to as an ''infundibulum'').
14th Feb '17 7:49:49 PM Akaihiryuu
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** [[UpToEleven Hilariously (over)done]] in "[[Recap/DoctorWho2015CSTheHusbandsOfRiverSong The Husbands of River Song]]": River is stealing the TARDIS with the Doctor as her companion, since she doesn't recognize his new face (Twelve). She warns him that the inside of the TARDIS is "a bit surprising." He just smirks and says "Finally... it's my go," and [[ChewingTheScenery gives a truly epic speech]].

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** [[UpToEleven Hilariously (over)done]] in "[[Recap/DoctorWho2015CSTheHusbandsOfRiverSong The Husbands of River Song]]": River is stealing the TARDIS with the Doctor as her companion, since she doesn't recognize his new face (Twelve). She warns him that the inside of the TARDIS is "a bit surprising." He just smirks and says "Finally... it's my turn to have a go," and [[ChewingTheScenery gives a truly epic speech]].
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