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28th Apr '18 7:04:19 PM SirPellucidar
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* The ''ComicBook/{{LegionOfSuperHeroes}}'' arc known as the Great Darkness Saga featured Darkseid using his Omega Beams to swap the positions of the planets Apokolips and Daxam between dimensions.
21st Feb '18 4:20:35 PM Amahn
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** The TNG novel trilogy ''Literature/TheQContinuum'' gives explanation to the demise of the Iconians introduced on the show. Knowing their star was near the end of its life cycle they prepared to use their impressive transport technology to simultaneously remove and replace their entire dying star with a new young one. It would have worked spectacularly had an outside agent not forced their sun to supernova just as they began to teleport it.
11th Feb '18 12:05:37 PM BadgerBadger
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* One novel starts with a mountain town and the surrounding area transported to an alien planet. A possible explanation is that this planet exists slightly off-phase and has for a brief moment come in contact with Earth. However, the displaced people aren't too worried about how they got there, as they must now focus on survival in this strange world.
29th Aug '17 11:36:55 AM Knight20
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* ''ComicBook/RatchetAndClankComic'' Artemis Zogg was forcibly teleporting planets away from various galaxies to put into his own galaxy and Ratchet and Clank were working with some friends and galactic authorities to stop him.
18th May '17 12:00:16 AM dalek955
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*''Literature/{{Destroyermen}}'' takes place in a parallel Earth that's riddled with cultures (both human and non) that arrived in ships snatched up from other Earths by stormlike {{Negative Space Wedgie}}s and deposited there. The mix is pretty weird already (Tenth-century Romans! French Nazis!), but it might get even more so over the next century: [[TheSmartGuy Bradford]] theorizes that the Squall is attracted to metal floating on the sea, and the series is set during WWII, right around the time that large steel ships are becoming common.
17th May '17 11:44:44 PM dalek955
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* The West Virginia mining town of Grantville being teleported to 1632 Thuringia in the ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo'' saga by Eric Flint.

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* The West Virginia mining town of Grantville being teleported to 1632 Thuringia in In the ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo'' saga by Eric Flint.saga, a small mining town called Grantville[[note]]Technically, a six-mile-wide spherical volume that happens to contain Grantville[[/note]] is mysteriously transported from West Virginia in 2000 to Thuringia in 1632, at the height of the Thirty Years War. They decide to make the best of it, and "start the American Revolution 150 years ahead of schedule", organizing their war-torn surroundings into a fledgling United States of Europe.
14th May '17 10:12:47 AM nombretomado
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** The Protoss Arbiter in ''Franchise/StarCraft'' can teleport a moderately-sized strike force to it.

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** The Protoss Arbiter in ''Franchise/StarCraft'' ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' can teleport a moderately-sized strike force to it.
23rd Apr '17 10:01:55 AM nombretomado
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* Fanfic/HalkegeniaOnline: It's the premise of the story. [[LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero Louise]] summons and makes real all of [[SwordArtOnline Alfheim]] during the summoning ritual.

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* Fanfic/HalkegeniaOnline: It's the premise of the story. [[LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero Louise]] summons and makes real all of [[SwordArtOnline [[LightNovel/SwordArtOnline Alfheim]] during the summoning ritual.
13th Mar '17 11:36:25 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''Series/TheFortyFourHundred'': people are abducted individually at various times and places throughout the 20th century, but all 4,400 of them get teleported back simultaneously to the same location.
* ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' has the entire solar systems of Tarn Vedra and Ral Parthia being teleported off to a pocket dimension to hide them from a Magog invasion.
* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. Although actually an example of an [[FasterThanLightTravel FTL drive]], the moment when [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Galactica dives into the atmosphere]] of New Caprica, then jumps out moments before it {{Colony Drop}}s the entire settlement, could apply. One good touch is there's a tremendous ''CRACK!'' and immediate whirlwind as air rushes back into the space where the massive battlestar once was.



* ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' has the entire solar systems of Tarn Vedra and Ral Parthia being teleported off to a pocket dimension to hide them from a Magog invasion.

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* ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' has ''Series/TheEvent'' relied on teleportation a lot, most notably in the entire solar systems of Tarn Vedra and Ral Parthia being first two episodes when a plane is teleported off across the country, and in the finale where [[spoiler: the aliens' entire planet gets teleported next to a pocket dimension to hide them Earth]].
* In ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' an entire building is transported
from a Magog invasion.the alternate universe into our own, smack-dab on top of its counterpart building. Things get pretty weird...



* ''Series/TheFortyFourHundred'': people are abducted individually at various times and places throughout the 20th century, but all 4,400 of them get teleported back simultaneously to the same location.
* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. Although actually an example of an [[FasterThanLightTravel FTL drive]], the moment when [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Galactica dives into the atmosphere]] of New Caprica, then jumps out moments before it {{Colony Drop}}s the entire settlement, could apply. One good touch is there's a tremendous ''CRACK!'' and immediate whirlwind as air rushes back into the space where the massive battlestar once was.
* ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'': The entire starship Voyager is transported inside the Voth's city ship in one episode. This is also the premise of the series.

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* ''Series/TheFortyFourHundred'': people are abducted individually at various times and places throughout In the 20th century, but all 4,400 of them get ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' SeriesFauxnale "Doomsday", Rita teleported back simultaneously to the same location.
* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. Although actually an example of an [[FasterThanLightTravel FTL drive]], the moment when [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Galactica dives into the atmosphere]] of New Caprica, then jumps out moments before it {{Colony Drop}}s
the entire settlement, could apply. One good touch is there's a tremendous ''CRACK!'' and immediate whirlwind as air rushes back into the space where the massive battlestar once was.
* ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'': The entire starship Voyager is transported inside the Voth's city ship in
population of Angel Grove to one episode. This is also the premise of the series.her dark dimensions. If they remained trapped there too long they'd vanish.



* In ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' an entire building is transported from the alternate universe into our own, smack-dab on top of its counterpart building. Things get pretty weird...
* ''Series/TheEvent'' relied on teleportation a lot, most notably in the first two episodes when a plane is teleported across the country, and in the finale where [[spoiler: the aliens' entire planet gets teleported next to Earth]].
* In the ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' SeriesFauxnale "Doomsday", Rita teleported the entire population of Angel Grove to one of her dark dimensions. If they remained trapped there too long they'd vanish.


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* ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'': The entire starship Voyager is transported inside the Voth's city ship in one episode. This is also the premise of the series.
13th Mar '17 11:34:14 AM AthenaBlue
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* Entire planets get teleported around the universe with disturbing regularity in ''Series/DoctorWho''.
** The titular world of the Fourth Doctor adventure "The Pirate Planet" teleports itself around other planets so as to more easily strip-mine them dry, while pretending that the mineral deposits are the world's own mines.
** Earth and several other worlds being stolen by the Daleks at the end of [[ContinuitySnarl thirtieth/fourth]] season.
** [[spoiler: Gallifrey, the homeworld of the Time Lords itself, is transported next to Earth in the 10th Doctor's final story -- for all of 5 minutes.]]
** In "Carnival of Monsters", the ''S.S. Bernice'' was teleported away from Earth and imprisoned as an exhibit inside the Miniscope.
** In "Time-Flight", a Concorde is snatched through time and deposited in Earth's distant past.
** All of UNIT HQ is transported to an antimatter universe in "The Three Doctors".

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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Entire planets get teleported around across the universe with disturbing regularity in ''Series/DoctorWho''.
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The titular world of the Fourth Doctor adventure [[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E2ThePiratePlanet "The Pirate Planet" Planet"]] teleports itself around other planets so as to more easily strip-mine them dry, while pretending that the mineral deposits are the world's own mines.
** Earth and several other worlds being *** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E12TheStolenEarth "The Stolen Earth"]]: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Guess what happens.]] Earth's not the ''only'' stolen planet, though -- there are 26 others, all stolen by the Daleks at the end [[spoiler:the Daleks, as part of [[ContinuitySnarl thirtieth/fourth]] season.
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their plan to destroy all reality]].
*** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time"]]:
[[spoiler: Gallifrey, the homeworld of the Time Lords itself, is transported next to Earth in the 10th Doctor's final story -- for all of 5 minutes.]]
** All of UNIT HQ is transported to an antimatter universe in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E1TheThreeDoctors "The Three Doctors"]].
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E2CarnivalOfMonsters "Carnival of Monsters", Monsters"]], the ''S.S.S. Bernice'' ''Bernice'' was teleported away from Earth and imprisoned as an exhibit inside the Miniscope.
** In "Time-Flight", [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E7TimeFlight "Time-Flight"]], a Concorde is snatched through time and deposited in Earth's distant past.
** All of UNIT HQ is transported to an antimatter universe in "The Three Doctors".
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