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23rd Jan '17 7:32:25 AM DaibhidC
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* Faërie is a "shiftrealm" (a land that moves between universes) in the ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} setting ''TabletopGame/InfiniteWorlds''. It's ruled by Oberon and Titania, and resembles Western European countryside on a perfect spring afternoon. It has "trods" (faerie roads) linking it to various Earths and other magical shiftrealms.

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* Faërie is a "shiftrealm" (a land that moves between universes) in the ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' setting ''TabletopGame/InfiniteWorlds''. It's ruled by Oberon and Titania, and resembles Western European countryside on a perfect spring afternoon. It has "trods" (faerie roads) linking it to various Earths and other magical shiftrealms.
23rd Jan '17 7:31:55 AM DaibhidC
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* Faërie is a "shiftrealm" (a land that moves between universes) in ''TabletopGame/GURPSInfiniteWorlds''. It's ruled by Oberon and Titania, and resembles Western European countryside on a perfect spring afternoon. It has "trods" (faerie roads) linking it to various Earths and other magical shiftrealms.

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* Faërie is a "shiftrealm" (a land that moves between universes) in ''TabletopGame/GURPSInfiniteWorlds''.the ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} setting ''TabletopGame/InfiniteWorlds''. It's ruled by Oberon and Titania, and resembles Western European countryside on a perfect spring afternoon. It has "trods" (faerie roads) linking it to various Earths and other magical shiftrealms.
23rd Jan '17 7:30:42 AM DaibhidC
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* Faërie is a "shiftrealm" (a land that moves between universes) in ''TabletopGame/GURPSInfiniteWorlds''. It's ruled by Oberon and Titania, and resembles Western European countryside on a perfect spring afternoon. It has "trods" (faerie roads) linking it to various Earths and other magical shiftrealms.
21st Dec '16 2:49:05 PM AgProv
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* Music/SteeleyeSpan's ''Thomas The Rhymer'' is an old Scottish ballad about Faerie.
-->Don't you see yon bonnie bonnie road, that lies across the fernie brae?
-->That is the road to fair Elfland, where you and I must go this day
11th Dec '16 8:29:39 PM baschapp
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* It is named Faerie or Fairyland or it is named after one of the Otherworlds that Faerie is [[UrExample based on]], such as Alfheim ('Elfhome') or Tír na nÓg ('Land of the Young').

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* It is named Faerie or Fairyland or it is named after one of the Otherworlds that Faerie is [[UrExample based on]], such as Alfheim ('Elfhome') or ('Elfhome'), Tír na nÓg ('Land of the Young').Young'), or Avalon.
14th Sep '16 2:05:58 AM WillBGood
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* The ''''Literature/{{Bordertown}}'' series (aka the ''Borderlands'' series), a SharedUniverse of three novels and five anthologies of stories written by various authors and edited by Terri Windling, revolves around Bordertown which lies on the border of the Elflands and the World. The basis of the series is that Faerie has returned to the world and the area around Bordertown is a place where magic and technology only work half the time and with unpredictable outcomes.

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* The ''''Literature/{{Bordertown}}'' ''Literature/{{Bordertown}}'' series (aka the ''Borderlands'' series), a SharedUniverse of three novels and five anthologies of stories written by various authors and edited by Terri Windling, revolves around Bordertown which lies on the border of the Elflands and the World. The basis of the series is that Faerie has returned to the world and the area around Bordertown is a place where magic and technology only work half the time and with unpredictable outcomes.
31st Jul '16 2:50:47 AM SinNanna
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* This is the primary theme of the French blackgaze band Music/{{Alcest}}.
29th Jul '16 3:28:58 PM WillBGood
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* Most of the movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Faeries1999}}'' takes place there.

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* Most of the movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Faeries1999}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Faeries 1999}}'' takes place there.
1st Jul '16 11:46:15 AM narm00
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** The ''Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition'' game supplement ''Player's Option: Heroes of the Feywild'', describes this plane and its inhabitants in detail. One of the first things the book says about the Feywild is that it is "sometimes called the land of Faerie." The Feywild is essentially ruled by the Archfey, a group of powerful eladrin who make up the Court of Stars. The nobles of the Feywild are Sidhe Lords. The Unseelie Fey are always trying to subvert the the purposes of the Archfey.

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** The ''Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition'' game supplement ''Player's Option: Heroes of the Feywild'', describes this plane and its inhabitants in detail. One of the first things the book says about the Feywild is that it is "sometimes called the land of Faerie." The Feywild is essentially ruled by the Archfey, a group of powerful eladrin who make up the Court of Stars. The nobles of the Feywild are Sidhe Lords. The Unseelie Fey are always trying to subvert the the purposes of the Archfey.



* Faerieland from ''{{Neopets}}''. Originally, Faerieland was located high up in the clouds, but since being subjected to a ColonyDrop it's become a forest realm.



* The Underground depths of Mt. Ebott from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' definitely counts, which the [[NotUsingTheZWord "Monsters"]] were banished to live in from the rest of the world, and is filled to the brim with curiosities and oddities alike from their influence.

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* The Underground depths of Mt. Ebott from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' definitely counts, which where the [[NotUsingTheZWord "Monsters"]] were banished to live in from the rest of the world, and which is filled to the brim with curiosities and oddities alike from their influence.



* In ''CodeNameHunter'' there are a number of RSCI agents operating in Faerie who were trapped by FoodChains and try to rescue mortals captured for the tithe to hell, including the agency's founder "Spooky" who hasn't aged in sixty years.

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* In ''CodeNameHunter'' ''Webcomic/CodeNameHunter'' there are a number of RSCI agents operating in Faerie who were trapped by FoodChains and try to rescue mortals captured for the tithe to hell, including the agency's founder "Spooky" who hasn't aged in sixty years.



* The aptly-named Faerieland in ''{{Franchise/Neopets}}''.

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* The aptly-named Faerieland from ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}''. Originally, Faerieland was located high up in ''{{Franchise/Neopets}}''.the clouds, but since being subjected to a ColonyDrop it's become a forest realm.
16th May '16 7:35:20 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* One arc of ''TalesOfTheQuestor'' involved dealing with an [[TheFairFolk Unseelie]]. Meanwhile, some kids he had captured escaped from his castle in Faerie.

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* One arc of ''TalesOfTheQuestor'' ''Webcomic/TalesOfTheQuestor'' involved dealing with an [[TheFairFolk Unseelie]]. Meanwhile, some kids he had captured escaped from his castle in Faerie.
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