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7th Jun '17 7:15:54 PM nombretomado
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* Merry, in the ''WhateleyUniverse'', is a cyberpath who can interface with computer networks simply by being within a few feet of a powerful CPU hooked to the network. When she does this, she's "in" the computer network. She meets a Whateley Academy kid who can do almost as much as she can, but who prefers the ''{{Tron}}'' visuals for his version of cyberspace.

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* Merry, in the ''WhateleyUniverse'', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', is a cyberpath who can interface with computer networks simply by being within a few feet of a powerful CPU hooked to the network. When she does this, she's "in" the computer network. She meets a Whateley Academy kid who can do almost as much as she can, but who prefers the ''{{Tron}}'' visuals for his version of cyberspace.
3rd Jun '17 3:02:07 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheNoob'' is set in the VR of the "Clichequest" MMORPG. (Mostly, at least.)

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* ''TheNoob'' ''Webcomic/TheNoob'' is set in the VR of the "Clichequest" MMORPG. (Mostly, at least.)
3rd May '17 6:53:02 PM PaulA
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* Cyberspace, or the Matrix, in the ''Literature/SprawlTrilogy'' of WilliamGibson popularized this trope.

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* Cyberspace, or the Matrix, in the ''Literature/SprawlTrilogy'' of WilliamGibson Creator/WilliamGibson popularized this trope.
10th Apr '17 4:23:50 PM nombretomado
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* Most of the events in SergeyLukyanenko's ''Literature/LabyrinthOfReflections'' trilogy take place in a virtual city called Deeptown, made possible due to a psychosis-inducing video that is played every time someone logs on. A full body suit is necessary for an immersive experience, although the first case of perceiving a virtual world as reality occurred with a guy playing ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' afted watching the video. A special group of people are able to exit the "deep" at will. These so-called "Divers" can also see security holes and backwoods as... holes and doors. The trilogy also features a "super-Diver" with the ability to see how things really are and affect them (e.g. walking through a solid object after realizing it's only a computer-generated model).

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* Most of the events in SergeyLukyanenko's Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''Literature/LabyrinthOfReflections'' trilogy take place in a virtual city called Deeptown, made possible due to a psychosis-inducing video that is played every time someone logs on. A full body suit is necessary for an immersive experience, although the first case of perceiving a virtual world as reality occurred with a guy playing ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' afted watching the video. A special group of people are able to exit the "deep" at will. These so-called "Divers" can also see security holes and backwoods as... holes and doors. The trilogy also features a "super-Diver" with the ability to see how things really are and affect them (e.g. walking through a solid object after realizing it's only a computer-generated model).
7th Apr '17 11:34:42 AM Willbyr
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* ''Anime/GhostInTheShell'' has a lot of virtual chatrooms and hacking, though in the latter case most people just use a simple glyph as their avatar.
* Everyone in ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack//]]'' is inside a MMORPG, except in ''.hack//Liminality'', which is all about what's going on on the outside.

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* ''Anime/GhostInTheShell'' ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell'' has a lot of virtual chatrooms and hacking, though in the latter case most people just use a simple glyph as their avatar.
* Everyone in ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack//]]'' ''Franchise/DotHack'' is inside a MMORPG, except in ''.hack//Liminality'', which is all about what's going on on the outside.



* Like ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack//]]'', everyone in ''Mythic Quest'' is in the MMORPG ''Mythic Quest''.

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* Like ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack//]]'', ''Franchise/DotHack'', everyone in ''Mythic Quest'' is in the MMORPG ''Mythic Quest''.



* The entire premise behind ''SwordArtOnline'', in which characters immerse their consciousness completely within a virtual reality.

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* The entire premise behind ''SwordArtOnline'', ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', in which characters immerse their consciousness completely within a virtual reality.
29th Mar '17 1:58:15 PM Allronix
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* WesternAnimation/TheRealAdventuresOfJohnnyQuest - Anything dealing with Questworld and its tendency to become dangerous, particularly if Dr. Surd managed some BrainUploading.

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* WesternAnimation/TheRealAdventuresOfJohnnyQuest /WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures - Anything dealing with Questworld and its tendency to become dangerous, particularly if Dr. Surd managed some BrainUploading.
29th Mar '17 1:57:05 PM Allronix
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* In ''StarWars on Trial'' (a series of essays defending and criticizing the StarWars canon), one of the essays proposed that the GFFA [[note]] Galaxy Far Far Away[[/note]] was a computer simulation, and that those who used the Force were merely exploiting bugs in the code.



* WesternAnimation/TheRealAdventuresOfJohnyQuest - Anything dealing with Questworld and its tendency to become dangerous, particularly if Dr. Surd managed some BrainUploading.

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* WesternAnimation/TheRealAdventuresOfJohnyQuest WesternAnimation/TheRealAdventuresOfJohnnyQuest - Anything dealing with Questworld and its tendency to become dangerous, particularly if Dr. Surd managed some BrainUploading.
29th Mar '17 1:54:01 PM Allronix
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* ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'': See film above, but it's more like ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'' in that it centers around the DoomedByCanon Programs of Argon City.
* WesternAnimation/TheRealAdventuresOfJohnyQuest - Anything dealing with Questworld and its tendency to become dangerous, particularly if Dr. Surd managed some BrainUploading.
29th Mar '17 1:49:38 PM Allronix
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* ''Roleplay/DCNation'' had this as a way to explain Jericho's "death." In one of the canonical comics, he possessed a technopathic criminal trying to hurt Raven. Nation explained it as the technopath winning and Jericho getting uploaded to the world's computer networks, endlessly chased by the technopath (in the form of a black lion). When he finally is able to try and contact Oracle, his abilities misfire and pull ''her'' into {{cyberspace}}. Queue Babs realizing she's not confined to a wheelchair here, and is even ''scarier'' as a DigitizedHacker than she was as Batgirl.
24th Feb '17 11:17:47 AM tropower
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* In the Creator/{{Toonami}} total immersion event ''Trapped in Hyperspace'', TOM plugs himself into the Absolution's computer systems to try and get rid of a virus named Swayzak that has infected them.
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* In the Creator/{{Toonami}} total immersion event ''Trapped in Hyperspace'', TOM plugs himself into the Absolution's computer systems to try and get rid of a virus named Swayzak that has infected them.
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