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8th Feb '16 3:29:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''VideoGame/JediAcademy'', Jaden Korr is assigned a rather nasty [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Mission_to_Blenjeel_%28Disciples_of_Ragnos%29 mission to the planet Blenjeel]], a [[SingleBiomePlanet Desert World]] swarming with sand burrowers (which bear a [[ShoutOut suspicious resemblance]] to the Graboids from ''{{Tremors}}''). Oh, and there's a fierce lightning storm going on in the upper atmosphere, which forces Jaden's ship into a not-so-happy landing on the planet's sandy surface. [[DerelictGraveyard By the looks of things]], this is a common occurrence.
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* In the ''VideoGame/JediAcademy'', Jaden Korr is assigned a rather nasty [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Mission_to_Blenjeel_%28Disciples_of_Ragnos%29 mission to the planet Blenjeel]], a [[SingleBiomePlanet Desert World]] swarming with sand burrowers (which bear a [[ShoutOut suspicious resemblance]] to the Graboids from ''{{Tremors}}'').''Film/{{Tremors}}''). Oh, and there's a fierce lightning storm going on in the upper atmosphere, which forces Jaden's ship into a not-so-happy landing on the planet's sandy surface. [[DerelictGraveyard By the looks of things]], this is a common occurrence.
3rd Feb '16 1:55:36 PM WanderingBrowser
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*** In some continuities, Cybertron's pre-apocalyptic war environment was pretty damn lethal as well. The exact features are never covered in detail and vary between continuities, but include nameless seas of mercury, acid and liquid helium, the Rust Sea (a sea-like area of "unstable planetary matter and molecular flux" that emits corrosive gasses), the Toxic Sludge Swamps, the Acid Wastes (an area so inundated with neutronic fallout that the frequent earthquakes, acid rain storms and other freak weather conditions are the least of your worries), the Devastator Winds (equatorial windstorms so fierce they can rip Cybertronians apart), and the Rust Spot (an area laced with every kind of hazard Cybertronians can imagine; nuclear winds, toxic sludge swamps, a hyper-corrosive hallucinogenic mist, vicious native predators, deranged cannibalistic tribal Cybertronians, etc)
1st Feb '16 9:31:05 PM Willbyr
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* The Megastructure in ''{{BLAME}}'' consists of thousands upon thousands of post-apocalyptic wastelands stacked on top of one another and compartmentalized.
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* The Megastructure in ''{{BLAME}}'' ''Manga/{{BLAME}}'' consists of thousands upon thousands of post-apocalyptic wastelands stacked on top of one another and compartmentalized.

* The world of ''{{Toriko}}'', as it is filled to the brim with animals that are strong enough to level cities (creatures are given capture levels, and monster with a capture level 5 or higher can topple tanks singlehanded), the worst place being the Gourmet world, a region which basically encompasses 2/3 of the planet, and was originally thought to be a paradise since no one who went there ever returned, until someone actually did return, and revealed that it was in reality a hell that would kill a normal person almost instantly and even trained professionals who are considered superhuman can't survive without considerable training. Chapter 259 reveals that Gourmet World [[spoiler:was created when a Gourmet Cell infused meteorite struck Earth. The Gourmet Cells absorbed energy from Earth's mantle and grew additional landmass. "Human World", the safest part of the world, is the original Earth. The reason Gourmet World is such a hostile and alien environment is because it was spawned by something from the depths of space. And apparently, this alien being did this on purpose. It's fattening the world [[PlanetEater for dinner]].]]
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* The world of ''{{Toriko}}'', ''Manga/{{Toriko}}'', as it is filled to the brim with animals that are strong enough to level cities (creatures are given capture levels, and monster with a capture level 5 or higher can topple tanks singlehanded), the worst place being the Gourmet world, a region which basically encompasses 2/3 of the planet, and was originally thought to be a paradise since no one who went there ever returned, until someone actually did return, and revealed that it was in reality a hell that would kill a normal person almost instantly and even trained professionals who are considered superhuman can't survive without considerable training. Chapter 259 reveals that Gourmet World [[spoiler:was created when a Gourmet Cell infused meteorite struck Earth. The Gourmet Cells absorbed energy from Earth's mantle and grew additional landmass. "Human World", the safest part of the world, is the original Earth. The reason Gourmet World is such a hostile and alien environment is because it was spawned by something from the depths of space. And apparently, this alien being did this on purpose. It's fattening the world [[PlanetEater for dinner]].]]

* Every Earthlike planet, save one, in Manga/TwoThousandOneNights is a Death World that eventually overwhelms the efforts of humans to colonize them: mind-altering spores, periodically being engulfed in firestorms, wasting diseases, and run-of-the-mill hazardous planets and animals. As a few characters occasionally point out, and as humanity learns to great ruin, a few decades is not enough time to fully understand the biosphere of an alien planet. And the one basically Earthlike exception to the mix [[spoiler: was actually terraformed at hideous expense, and even then said terraforming will degrade and collapse in a few centuries, rendering the planet uninhabitable]]. Oh, and even it has a few giant man-killing monsters.
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* Every Earthlike planet, save one, in Manga/TwoThousandOneNights ''Manga/TwoThousandOneNights'' is a Death World that eventually overwhelms the efforts of humans to colonize them: mind-altering spores, periodically being engulfed in firestorms, wasting diseases, and run-of-the-mill hazardous planets and animals. As a few characters occasionally point out, and as humanity learns to great ruin, a few decades is not enough time to fully understand the biosphere of an alien planet. And the one basically Earthlike exception to the mix [[spoiler: was actually terraformed at hideous expense, and even then said terraforming will degrade and collapse in a few centuries, rendering the planet uninhabitable]]. Oh, and even it has a few giant man-killing monsters.

* [[spoiler:The Earth]] of ''VanDread''. Turns out the planet got so polluted it's barely habitable, with such things as the moon being driven out its orbit.
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* [[spoiler:The Earth]] of ''VanDread''.''Anime/{{Vandread}}''. Turns out the planet got so polluted it's barely habitable, with such things as the moon being driven out its orbit.
16th Jan '16 3:51:25 PM Rbade
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* Inverted with [[https://www.facebook.com/MaidenheadReapers/posts/381768605244158 this]] poem.
15th Jan '16 7:44:21 PM nombretomado
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* This is revealed to be the fate of the [[FutureImperfect legendary human homeworld]] of "Dirt" in the ''TheStainlessSteelRat'' [[TheVerse 'verse]], due to changing orbit.
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* This is revealed to be the fate of the [[FutureImperfect legendary human homeworld]] of "Dirt" in the ''TheStainlessSteelRat'' ''Literature/TheStainlessSteelRat'' [[TheVerse 'verse]], due to changing orbit.
15th Jan '16 2:02:05 PM bwatts92
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** In The First Age there are the Mountains of Terror. Not a lot of detail is given but it seems unpleasant.
12th Jan '16 4:47:08 PM nombretomado
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* Parts of RuneScape, and a few dimensions that can be gotten to with portals from RuneScape, are Death Worlds:
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* Parts of RuneScape, ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', and a few dimensions that can be gotten to with portals from RuneScape, [=RuneScape=], are Death Worlds:
9th Jan '16 11:12:59 AM WhosAsking
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* The world of ''{{Toriko}}'', as it is filled to the brim with animals that are strong enough to level cities (creatures are given capture levels, and monster with a capture level 5 or higher can topple tanks singlehanded), the worst place being the Gourmet world, a region which basically encompasses 2/3 of the planet, and was originally thought to be a paradise since no one who went there ever returned, until someone actually did return, and revealed that it was in reality a hell that would kill a normal person almost instantly and even trained professionals who are considered superhuman can't survive without considerable training. Chapter 259 reveals that Gourmet World [[spoiler:was created when a Gourmet Cell infused meteorite struck Earth. The Gourmet Cells absorbed energy from Earth's mantle and grew additional landmass. "Human World", the safest part of the world, is the original Earth. The reason Gourmet World is such a hostile and alien environment is because it was spawned by something from the depths of space.]] ** Taken up to 11 as of Ch 263, when we see the creatures that can survive such an environment. [[spoiler: The Four Beast that nearly killed the human world is revealed to be nothing more then an ant in the grand scheme of these creatures. This included a massive Stronghold Rhino, a powerful humanoid multi-armed Thunderous Devil that make volcanoes seem only as big as anthills underneath its feet, itself dwarfed and nearly stomped on by an even bigger Ficasdaltonphant, with a flying dragon like creature overhead that's stronger then that, only for that to run away from a Fully grown, mature Battle Wolf. To put this in perspective, the Four Beast had a capture level that maxed out at 350. The beasts just mentioned range from ''972'' to '''6090'''.]]
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* The world of ''{{Toriko}}'', as it is filled to the brim with animals that are strong enough to level cities (creatures are given capture levels, and monster with a capture level 5 or higher can topple tanks singlehanded), the worst place being the Gourmet world, a region which basically encompasses 2/3 of the planet, and was originally thought to be a paradise since no one who went there ever returned, until someone actually did return, and revealed that it was in reality a hell that would kill a normal person almost instantly and even trained professionals who are considered superhuman can't survive without considerable training. Chapter 259 reveals that Gourmet World [[spoiler:was created when a Gourmet Cell infused meteorite struck Earth. The Gourmet Cells absorbed energy from Earth's mantle and grew additional landmass. "Human World", the safest part of the world, is the original Earth. The reason Gourmet World is such a hostile and alien environment is because it was spawned by something from the depths of space. And apparently, this alien being did this on purpose. It's fattening the world [[PlanetEater for dinner]].]] ** Taken up to 11 as of Ch 263, when we see the creatures that can survive such an environment. [[spoiler: The Four Beast that nearly killed the human world is revealed to be nothing more then an ant in the grand scheme of these creatures. This included a massive Stronghold Rhino, a powerful humanoid multi-armed Thunderous Devil that make volcanoes seem only as big as anthills underneath its feet, itself dwarfed and nearly stomped on by an even bigger Ficasdaltonphant, with a flying dragon like creature overhead that's stronger then that, only for that to run away from a Fully grown, mature Battle Wolf. To put this in perspective, the Four Beast had a capture level that maxed out at 350. The beasts just mentioned range from ''972'' to '''6090'''. And let's not start on the titanic beasts that ''rule'' these inhospitable lands. Basically, the ThingOMeter hasn't been made that can read ''them'' properly.]]
7th Jan '16 6:12:45 PM nombretomado
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* Planet Ortega in ''SpaceQuest III'' requires wearing special underwear to survive the intense heat. ** There are only three planets in ''Space Quest V'' that require you to beam down onto the surface as part of the storyline. Of those three, one of the planets has a toxic atmosphere requiring the use of a rebreather. All of the other planets in the game have conditions so hostile that you will die immediately upon beaming down to them.
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* Planet Ortega in ''SpaceQuest III'' ''VideoGame/SpaceQuestIIIThePiratesOfPestulon'' requires wearing special underwear to survive the intense heat. ** There are only three planets in ''Space ''VideoGame/{{Space Quest V'' V|The Next Mutation}}'' that require you to beam down onto the surface as part of the storyline. Of those three, one of the planets has a toxic atmosphere requiring the use of a rebreather. All of the other planets in the game have conditions so hostile that you will die immediately upon beaming down to them.
2nd Jan '16 10:14:51 PM chicagomel
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** Mustafar is blisteringly hot and covered in many areas by molten lava. But the Separatists managed to build a base there anyway.
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