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14th Jun '16 9:34:38 PM Nuke-Captain
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* In Creator/JulieKagawa's ''Literature/{{The Iron K|ing}}night'', the River of Dreams. It has interesting flotsum and jetsum, and Puck, fishing in it, catches a yellow boot, a turtle that asks for a pocket watch, a catfish that plead IHaveAFamily, and an annoyed dragon. Given, however, that Nevernever is shaped by human thoughts, it's less of a jolt for them.

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* In Creator/JulieKagawa's ''Literature/{{The Iron K|ing}}night'', the River of Dreams. It has interesting flotsum flotsam and jetsum, jetsam, and Puck, fishing in it, catches a yellow boot, a turtle that asks for a pocket watch, a catfish that plead IHaveAFamily, and an annoyed dragon. Given, however, that Nevernever is shaped by human thoughts, it's less of a jolt for them.them.
* In ''Literature/TheTygrineCat'', the borderlands of Fiåney, the SpiritWorld, are made of all cats' collective dreams.
29th May '16 8:53:39 PM cakecake
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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', Kagetsu Tohya. The story is only focused around Shiki and only appears to encompass the town he lives in, plus the next one over. [[spoiler:However, it's revealed that actually, all the people he meets are indeed 'real' in a sense. They can give him information he needs to figure out what's going on and will also realize the oddness of the repeating days in their own ways.]] The dream he's in also mixes all the different Tsukihime continuities heavily, though Shiki does not notice.


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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', Kagetsu Tohya. The story is only focused around Shiki and only appears to encompass the town he lives in, plus the next one over. [[spoiler:However, it's revealed that actually, all the people he meets are indeed 'real' in a sense. They can give him information he needs to figure out what's going on and will also realize the oddness of the repeating days in their own ways.]] The dream he's in also mixes all the different Tsukihime continuities heavily, though Shiki does not notice.
* In ''VisualNovel/War13thDay'', [[spoiler:you come to realize that you and two other narrators are trapped in a dream. However, the ending reveals there's much, much more to it than that...]]
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3rd May '16 7:17:15 AM Rorosilky5
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* Maginary World of ''VideoGame/SonicShuffle''.

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* Maginary World Maginaryworld of ''VideoGame/SonicShuffle''.



* In ''VideoGame/RaymanOrigins'' the entire world was created by the Bubble Dreamer, a godlike entity that does nothing but sleep. His nightmares are what cause dangerous things to happen.

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* In ''VideoGame/RaymanOrigins'' the entire world was created by the Bubble Dreamer, a godlike entity that does nothing but sleep. His nightmares are what cause whats causing dangerous things to happen.
8th Apr '16 10:32:24 PM superkeijikun
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* ''TabletopGame/BlissStage'': The alien invaders hail from the dream realm. The players have to go into a sleep-like state to enter the dream realm to combat the aliens with their [=ANIMa=].
15th Mar '16 8:27:21 AM BreadBull
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See also DreamPeople, DreamApocalypse. Not to be confused with a MagicalLand which is accessed through dreaming.

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See also DreamPeople, DreamApocalypse. Not to be confused with a MagicalLand which is accessed through dreaming.dreaming (or to be more precise, sleeping and having your consciousness transferred).
15th Mar '16 8:24:31 AM BreadBull
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See also DreamPeople, DreamApocalypse.

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See also DreamPeople, DreamApocalypse. Not to be confused with a MagicalLand which is accessed through dreaming.



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16th Feb '16 5:23:56 AM MegaMarioMan
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* Supposedly, ''LittleBigPlanet'' is made from the creative energies of people that are dreaming.

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* Supposedly, ''LittleBigPlanet'' ''VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet'' is made from the creative energies of people that are dreaming.
27th Dec '15 8:57:57 PM nombretomado
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* The Franchise/MarvelUniverse has not one but several Dream Lands. Arguably the most prominent is the Dream Dimension ruled by the Comicbook/DoctorStrange enemy Nightmare, who lives up to his name by inflicting terrorizing nightmares on humans. Lesser known parts of the mental plane include the Realm of Madness, which Spider-Man's enemy Venom was briefly trapped on, and the Mindscape, a dimension that connects the minds of all sentient beings, the home of the 1990s superhero {{Sleepwalker}}.

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* The Franchise/MarvelUniverse has not one but several Dream Lands. Arguably the most prominent is the Dream Dimension ruled by the Comicbook/DoctorStrange enemy Nightmare, who lives up to his name by inflicting terrorizing nightmares on humans. Lesser known parts of the mental plane include the Realm of Madness, which Spider-Man's enemy Venom was briefly trapped on, and the Mindscape, a dimension that connects the minds of all sentient beings, the home of the 1990s superhero {{Sleepwalker}}.ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}.
1st Dec '15 9:01:09 PM DarkMask
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' had an added online game feature called the "Dream World", in which asleep Pokémon explore their dreams. It was similar in gameplay to the Pokéwalker, but without the added benefit of getting kids to go play outside. This feature was actually two generations in the making from ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'': In the Devon Corporation building in Rustboro City, there is a scientist who mentions that "I'm attempting a device that lets you see into the dreams of Pokemon!! But it's not going well..." [[FridgeBrilliance Two generations later, you get to do just this.]]

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' had an added online game feature called the "Dream World", in which asleep Pokémon explore their dreams. It was similar in gameplay to the Pokéwalker, but without the added benefit of getting kids to go play outside. This feature was actually two generations in the making from ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'': In the Devon Corporation building in Rustboro City, there is a scientist who mentions that "I'm attempting a device that lets you see into the dreams of Pokemon!! But it's not going well..." [[FridgeBrilliance Two generations later, you get to do just this.]]]] What's odd about this Dream World is that asleep Pokémon can befriend "Dream Pokémon", and then bring them back into the real world to be part of their trainer's collection. They even have rare alternate special abilities that a real world version of the Pokémon would never be able to obtain otherwise.
26th Nov '15 6:38:41 AM eroock
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--> '''Creator/RudyardKipling''', ''[[http://www.poetryloverspage.com/poets/kipling/city_of_sleep.html The City of Sleep]]''

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--> -->-- '''Creator/RudyardKipling''', ''[[http://www.poetryloverspage.com/poets/kipling/city_of_sleep.html The City of Sleep]]''
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