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22nd Jul '17 10:55:51 PM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{The Suite Life of Zack and Cody}}'': In the episode "Suite Life of Success", Zack and Cody travel to a {{Mirror Universe}} through one of Arwin's inventions and choose to stay there finding their lives better. However, when they realize that living there wasn't as great as it seemed at first and return to their own dimension at the end of the episode, they find out that they were only gone for a few minutes.
22nd Jul '17 10:48:32 PM Nadim
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* ''Film/{{Teen Beach Movie}}'': Mack and Brady end up trapped in a 1960's movie ''Wet Side Story'' and stay there throughout the entire story which lasted 3 days. When they return to the real world at the end of the film, they arrive at the exact same moment from which they left and not a second to spare.
7th Jul '17 6:21:45 AM Fireblood
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* ''Literature/GuardiansOfTheFlame'': The students spent months on The Other Side, and return shortly after they left.
20th May '17 11:32:41 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'', time passes faster in Britannia than Earth, though the ratio seems to be random; the general explanation is that the Avatar is called to the time s/he is needed most. The presence of {{time travel}} just serves to confuse matters further. This doesn't explain how the Avatar's companions, Lord British, and Blackthorn can live for centuries (OK, Blackthorn spent time on Serpent Isle, but still).

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* In ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'', time passes faster in Britannia than Earth, though the ratio seems to be random; the general explanation is that the Avatar is called to the time s/he is needed most. The presence of {{time travel}} just serves to confuse matters further. This doesn't explain how the Avatar's companions, Lord British, and Blackthorn can live for centuries (OK, Blackthorn spent time on Serpent Isle, but still).
13th Mar '17 12:44:24 PM AthenaBlue
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Girl in the Fireplace", the time portals between the future and 18th century France seem to work like this. Which the Doctor keeps inexplicably forgetting.
** This is because it isn't consistent.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace", Fireplace"]], the time portals between the future and 18th 18[[superscript:th]] century France seem to work like this. Which the Doctor keeps inexplicably forgetting.
** This is because
But it isn't consistent.consistent, leading to a TearJerker ending.
* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' has had inconsistencies in how time works when traveling between universes. When traveling to Earth-2, they are able to a timer for how long they have to get back, but when traveling to Earth-38 (Supergirl's Earth) Barry's gone for a full day while seemingly no time has passed on his Earth. Later, when he and Cisco visit Earth-38 it "takes a few tries" to get into her Earth. Those tries happen back to back for Barry and Cisco, but days apart on Supergirl's Earth.



* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' has had inconsistencies in how time works when traveling between universes. When traveling to Earth-2, they are able to a timer for how long they have to get back, but when traveling to Earth-38 (Supergirl's Earth) Barry's gone for a full day while seemingly no time has passed on his Earth. Later, when he and Cisco visit Earth-38 it "takes a few tries" to get into her Earth. Those tries happen back to back for Barry and Cisco, but days apart on Supergirl's Earth.

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' has had inconsistencies in how time works when traveling between universes. When traveling to Earth-2, they are able to a timer for how long they have to get back, but when traveling to Earth-38 (Supergirl's Earth) Barry's gone for a full day while seemingly no time has passed on his Earth. Later, when he and Cisco visit Earth-38 it "takes a few tries" to get into her Earth. Those tries happen back to back for Barry and Cisco, but days apart on Supergirl's Earth.
13th Feb '17 4:27:40 PM bettername2come
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' has had inconsistencies in how time works when traveling between universes. When traveling to Earth-2, they are able to a timer for how long they have to get back, but when traveling to Earth-38 (Supergirl's Earth) Barry's gone for a full day while seemingly no time has passed on his Earth. Later, when he and Cisco visit Earth-38 it "takes a few tries" to get into her Earth. Those tries happen back to back for Barry and Cisco, but days apart on Supergirl's Earth.
7th Feb '17 11:12:22 PM MeepieV
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* Although there is no time or interdimensional travel in ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'', Narnia Time is repeatedly played for laughs as part of a recurring gag. It goes like this : Bojack becomes depressed and goes on an alcoholic or drug fuelled bender, then he'll start a conversation or say he's about to perform a simple task which would only take a short time to perform, and the background will change to show the task or conversation has been completed. And then his companion will look at him strangely, explain that a much longer period of time has passed, and either briefly summarize his drug-fuelled antics or tell him that he's been missing for weeks or months.
7th Feb '17 10:21:19 PM MeepieV
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[[folder: Folklore]]

* In western folklore, fairy rings are often understood to operate like this. Step in one, and you could experience days, weeks, or months in the fairies' world while only having been gone from your own world for a short moment. Or, you could end up passing what seems like a few short hours with the fairies but return to your home and discover decades or centuries actually passed. Fairy magic is notoriously fickle.

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21st Dec '16 1:53:38 PM MrItty
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* The Bajoran wormhole in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' runs on Narnia Time. Usually characters have exited the wormhole to find that the same amount of time passed both inside and outside. The aliens who live in the wormhole are explicitly stated to not even understand what time is, however. As a result, they have caused a Bajoran poet to skip a hundred years of "real" time in the matter of subjective seconds. Additionally, one of the aliens left this realm to [[spoiler: directly cause the conception of the main protagonist, decades before they met him]].
26th Nov '16 3:28:08 PM nombretomado
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* The Trope Namer is the ''ChroniclesOfNarnia'' series by C. S. Lewis. In most of the books, a number of people (usually children) travel between the "real" world and the fictional land of Narnia. Edmund is able to determine that the [[MagicAIsMagicA rule]] is: when you're in Narnia, no matter how long you stay there, no time passes in the "real" world; but when you're in the "real" world, any amount of time could be passing in Narnia.

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* The Trope Namer is the ''ChroniclesOfNarnia'' ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' series by C. S. Lewis. In most of the books, a number of people (usually children) travel between the "real" world and the fictional land of Narnia. Edmund is able to determine that the [[MagicAIsMagicA rule]] is: when you're in Narnia, no matter how long you stay there, no time passes in the "real" world; but when you're in the "real" world, any amount of time could be passing in Narnia.
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