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21st Sep '17 11:45:28 AM Malady
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** Some of the more convoluted succession forts such as {{Battlefailed}} become this. Battlefields had the temporally locked dwarves in the arena, Headshoots had the room outside of space, ect.

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** Some of the more convoluted succession forts such as {{Battlefailed}} ''LetsPlay/{{Battlefailed}}'' become this. Battlefields had the temporally locked dwarves in the arena, Headshoots had the room outside of space, ect.
20th Sep '17 10:21:27 AM YenSid13
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** The Hill of Despair where the party fights Necorn which is apparently the [[spoiler: Afterlife.]]
19th Sep '17 12:34:28 AM Doug86
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* Creator/AlEwing's run on ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'' introduces the Neutral Zone, a chaotic place on the edge of all known existance, where the typical laws of physics don't exist, and so hostile no living thing can exist there for more than a few minutes, even with the best protection science can provide. ComicBook/TheUltimates2015 expands on it a bit further, showing it's right on the edge of the omniverse, and home to [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] and "predatory concepts".

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* Creator/AlEwing's run on ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'' introduces the Neutral Zone, a chaotic place on the edge of all known existance, where the typical laws of physics don't exist, and so hostile no living thing can exist there for more than a few minutes, even with the best protection science can provide. ComicBook/TheUltimates2015 expands on it a bit further, showing it's right on the edge of the omniverse, and home to [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] {{Eldritch Abomination}}s and "predatory concepts".



* VideoGame/TheEvilWithin: The entire setting. What starts out as an odyssey into a zombie-infested county gives way to SchizoTech, frequently shifting landscapes, and a slew of EldritchAbominations. It's revealed two-thirds into the story that [[spoiler:Sebastian is inside a hive-mind controlled by an extremely deranged sociopath. Which explains the monsters and why he's able to upgrade himself and his weapons by injecting himself with brain fluid - the monsters are the manifested nightmares of the various minds inside a simulation, and injecting himself with the defeated brains represents taking control of the simulation]].

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* VideoGame/TheEvilWithin: The entire setting. What starts out as an odyssey into a zombie-infested county gives way to SchizoTech, frequently shifting landscapes, and a slew of EldritchAbominations.{{Eldritch Abomination}}s. It's revealed two-thirds into the story that [[spoiler:Sebastian is inside a hive-mind controlled by an extremely deranged sociopath. Which explains the monsters and why he's able to upgrade himself and his weapons by injecting himself with brain fluid - the monsters are the manifested nightmares of the various minds inside a simulation, and injecting himself with the defeated brains represents taking control of the simulation]].



* The planet Mira in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' is an unusual planet which is acknowledged by the Earthlings that crash land on it. It features a lot of different climates in close proximity to each other and is crawling incredibly hostile [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]], and those are the normal parts. The weird parts are the how the planet does not appear on any star map, the way it draws different alien species to it and prevents them from leaving, the way it acts as a UniversalTranslator for the aliens, and [[spoiler: how it can keep sentient androids running without a power source.]]

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* The planet Mira in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' is an unusual planet which is acknowledged by the Earthlings that crash land on it. It features a lot of different climates in close proximity to each other and is crawling incredibly hostile [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]], {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, and those are the normal parts. The weird parts are the how the planet does not appear on any star map, the way it draws different alien species to it and prevents them from leaving, the way it acts as a UniversalTranslator for the aliens, and [[spoiler: how it can keep sentient androids running without a power source.]]
17th Sep '17 2:09:43 PM nombretomado
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** Springfield could very well count at this point. One look at the SeparateSimpsonsGeographyThing page should tell you all you need to know.

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** Springfield could very well count at this point. One look at the SeparateSimpsonsGeographyThing JustForFun/SeparateSimpsonsGeographyThing page should tell you all you need to know.
14th Sep '17 10:42:34 PM KlarkKentThe3rd
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** And that is not even touching on what may be preserved under the ice...
14th Sep '17 7:43:28 PM TotemicHero
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' has the [[VeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Cleft of Dimensions]], which is a patchwork of areas earlier swallowed up in the Void and home to many {{Eldritch Abomination}}s including the game's two NintendoHard {{Bonus Boss}}es. The UpdatedRerelease added the [[BonusDungeon Sealed Temple]], home to even more {{Bonus Boss}}es, including the EldritchAbomination who created the Void.

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' has the [[VeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Cleft of Dimensions]], which is a patchwork of areas earlier swallowed up in the Void and home to many {{Eldritch Abomination}}s including the game's two NintendoHard {{Bonus Boss}}es. The UpdatedRerelease added the [[BonusDungeon Sealed Temple]], home to even more {{Bonus Boss}}es, including the EldritchAbomination HumanoidAbomination who created the Void.legendary weapons were crafted specifically to fight.
8th Sep '17 2:22:22 AM CLT009
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* ''Manga/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'': Ohtori Academy is ''totally'' just a normal, elite private school. Those [[{{Bizarrchitecture}} gigantic school buildings with their odd window placement]]? Surely just RuleOfCool. That (invisible) sword fighting arena [[HighAltitudeBattle high above]] the ForbiddenForest? [[MST3KMantra Don't worry about it]]. [[spoiler: How about the [[CreepyChangingPainting animated pictures and the transforming statues]]? Or [[LiteralMetaphor Literal Metaphors]] appearing out of nowhere in places they couldn't possibly be without notice or comment? Or the resident LivingMemory? Or the implications that Miki and Kozue have lived at the school their entire lives? What about how ''almost no one leaves or graduates''? Or how those who do [[RetGone are forgotten]]?]]
6th Sep '17 11:26:49 PM PaulA
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* Creator/HPLovecraft's ''CthulhuMythos''.
** R'lyeh, the abode of Great Cthulhu, as described in Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu.
** Lovecraft's writings have several of these in addition to R'lyeh. These include the subterranean N'knai, the planet Yuggoth with its black towers and rivers of pitch, and the Outer Void that exists beyond our four-dimensional space and is the dwelling place of the Outer Gods. The Dreamlands may also count, as it's apparently a separate plane of existence that shares a connection with our world.

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* Creator/HPLovecraft's ''CthulhuMythos''.
''Franchise/CthulhuMythos''.
** R'lyeh, the abode of Great Cthulhu, as described in Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu.
"Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu".
** Lovecraft's writings have several of these in addition to R'lyeh. These include the subterranean N'knai, [[Literature/TheWhispererInDarkness the planet Yuggoth with its black towers and rivers of pitch, pitch]], and the Outer Void that exists beyond our four-dimensional space and is the dwelling place of the Outer Gods. The Dreamlands may also count, as it's apparently a separate plane of existence that shares a connection with our world.
25th Aug '17 2:03:45 AM SeveralCakes
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* VideoGame/TheEvilWithin: The entire setting. What starts out as an odyssey into a zombie-infested county gives way to SchizoTech, frequently shifting landscapes, and a slew of eldritch abominations. It's revealed two-thirds into the story that [[spoiler:Sebastian is inside a hive-mind controlled by an extremely deranged sociopath. Which explains the monsters and why he's able to upgrade himself and his weapons by injecting himself with brain fluid - the monsters are the manifested nightmares of the various minds inside a simulation, and injecting himself with the defeated brains represents taking control of the simulation]].

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* VideoGame/TheEvilWithin: The entire setting. What starts out as an odyssey into a zombie-infested county gives way to SchizoTech, frequently shifting landscapes, and a slew of eldritch abominations.EldritchAbominations. It's revealed two-thirds into the story that [[spoiler:Sebastian is inside a hive-mind controlled by an extremely deranged sociopath. Which explains the monsters and why he's able to upgrade himself and his weapons by injecting himself with brain fluid - the monsters are the manifested nightmares of the various minds inside a simulation, and injecting himself with the defeated brains represents taking control of the simulation]].


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** The universe of the fairy fly. Air is an all-encompassing jelly that it has to grab onto to fly.
24th Aug '17 7:06:54 PM Tacitus
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* ''VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine'' takes place in a version of UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} that is subtly this trope. The city looks mostly normal enough, putting aside the battle damage and corpses scattered everywhere, or Walker's hallucinations where the sky catches fire and hellspawn claw out of the ground. But it's also surrounded by an impossible, continuous sandstorm cutting it off from the outside world, and riven with great unexplained chasms. More important is the fact that a level usually starts with Walker and his team repelling or zip-lining down from one skyscraper to another, descending deeper into the war-torn city... and then when the next stage starts, they're back in a high place, and have to go down once more.
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