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12th Oct '17 10:58:44 PM Grounogeos
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* Tel'aran'rhiod is characterised by ephemerality, with the positions of things like doors and books changing every time one looks. It's possible for a dreamer to assert their will and imagination onto their surrounding, to the point of changing it completely, but they cannot alter their own bodies, while anything they create can injure them, [[YourMindMakesItReal affecting their real selves]]; thus combat between skilled dreamwalkers takes the form of a reality-warping battle of wills.

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* ** Tel'aran'rhiod is characterised by ephemerality, with the positions of things like doors and books changing every time one looks. It's possible for a dreamer to assert their will and imagination onto their surrounding, to the point of changing it completely, but they cannot alter their own bodies, while anything they create can injure them, [[YourMindMakesItReal affecting their real selves]]; thus combat between skilled dreamwalkers takes the form of a reality-warping battle of wills.wills.
** Wolves have a natural connection to Tel'aran'rhiod, as do the handful of "wolf brothers/sisters" (people who have some form of supernatural link with wolves). Because of these links, they have an innate talent for manipulating the dream world that can rival that of a dreamwalker.
27th Sep '17 3:28:26 PM WillBGood
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* ''ComicBook/PoetAndersonTheDreamWalker'' has the Dream World, with locations formed by the collective dreaming subconscious of humanity. The comics explore more of the Dream World than ''[[WesternAnimation/PoetAndersonTheDreamWalker]]'' the short film, which sticks to the hub city of Genesis.

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* ''ComicBook/PoetAndersonTheDreamWalker'' has the Dream World, with locations formed by the collective dreaming subconscious of humanity. The comics explore more of the Dream World than ''[[WesternAnimation/PoetAndersonTheDreamWalker]]'' [[WesternAnimation/PoetAndersonTheDreamWalker the short film, film]], which sticks to the hub city of Genesis.
21st Sep '17 7:07:33 AM jormis29
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** ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'' has the imaginary universe which can be accessed by playing make-believe in [[BlanketFort a fort]] or by climbing through [[PortalDoor fake windows]]. It is later revealed that ''Webcomic/{{Jailbreak}}'' and ''Bard Quest'' also take place there.

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** ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'' has the imaginary universe which can be accessed by playing make-believe in [[BlanketFort a fort]] or by climbing through [[PortalDoor fake windows]]. It is later revealed that ''Webcomic/{{Jailbreak}}'' and ''Bard Quest'' ''Webcomic/BardQuest'' also take place there.
15th Jul '17 9:57:44 AM RobinZimm
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* In ''Literature/RunningWithRats'', the Rat Runners harvest [[AppliedPhlebotinum lio]], a valuable magical substance, by traveling through dream lands to find and grab it.
8th Jul '17 5:47:13 PM Theriocephalus
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** ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' initially seems to do this, with Jade dreaming that she lives in a beautiful tower on a golden moon. It doesn't take long until it's established that said dream lands, Prospit and Derse, are just another part of the physical plane in which Sburb takes place, primarily accessed in the players' sleep through their [[LivingDream dream selves]].

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** ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' initially ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'':
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seems to do this, use this setting early on, with Jade dreaming that she lives in a beautiful tower on a golden moon. It doesn't take long until it's established that said dream lands, Prospit and Derse, are just another part of the physical plane in which Sburb takes place, primarily accessed in the players' sleep through their [[LivingDream dream selves]].selves]].
*** A straighter example would be the Dream Bubbles, which float through the Outer Ring and are “glubbed” into existence by the [[EldritchAbomination Horrorterrors]]. They’re where players’ dreams take place when their dream self (or their regular self, either or) is dead. They were originally ephemeral and unstable, exposing dreamers to the highly unpleasant effects of the Outer Ring and its denizens, until Feferi convinced the Horrorterrors to make permanent ones. The final product results in shared dream dimension that is constantly shifting appearance as dreamers recall and dismiss memories and as bubbles, carrying their passengers with them, merge and split, resulting in pretty surreal and patchwork landscapes as places and things from many different worlds end up side by side. They also double as the afterlife, with the souls of dead characters remaining there permanently but still able to interact with living dreamers. As the Ring exists outside universes and thus causality, the dead from all possible timelines end up together, making the Bubbles fairly crowded.
20th May '17 10:37:57 AM nombretomado
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* A place known as the Dream Realm exists within the ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' franchise, first appearing in ''VideoGame/UltimaWorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams'' then appearing again in ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaVIIPartII: Serpent Isle''

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* A place known as the Dream Realm exists within the ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' franchise, first appearing in ''VideoGame/UltimaWorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams'' then appearing again in ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaVIIPartII: Serpent Isle''
11th May '17 2:18:32 PM Rorosilky5
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* The TropeNamer, Dream Land of the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series is a variation. It is home of the Star Rod, which powers a fountain that makes the residents dream. A nightmare once tried to enter the world through the fountain so the Star Rod was removed to keep him away, at the price of no one being able to dream.

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* The TropeNamer, Dream Land of the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series is a variation. It is home of the Star Rod, which powers a fountain that makes the residents dream. [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure A nightmare nightmare]] once tried to enter the world through the fountain so the Star Rod was removed to keep him away, at the price of [[CannotDream no one being able to dream.dream]].
4th May '17 2:41:31 PM WillKeaton
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4th May '17 2:39:12 PM WillKeaton
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* A place known as the Dream Realm exists within the ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' franchise, first appearing in ''VideoGame/UltimaWorldsOfAdventure2MartianDreams'' then appearing again in ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaVIIPartII: Serpent Isle''
4th May '17 2:35:09 PM WillKeaton
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* ''Webcomic/DresdenCodak'' does this twice. Sorta. The first time [[http://www.dresdencodak.com/cartoons/dc_027.htm it took place in a graveyard of civilization]] . The second time, it took place [[http://www.dresdencodak.com/cartoons/dc_029.htm in an individual's subconscious]] .

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* ''Webcomic/DresdenCodak'' does this twice. Sorta. The first time [[http://www.dresdencodak.com/cartoons/dc_027.htm it took place in a graveyard of civilization]] . civilization.]] The second time, it took place [[http://www.dresdencodak.com/cartoons/dc_029.htm in an individual's subconscious]] .subconscious.]]
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