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22nd May '18 3:31:20 AM Bosco13
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* Fairies will erect a "Time Stop" for this purpose in the''Literature/ArtemisFowl'' series. On the inside, an impassible, dome-shaped forcefield will cover the area. If a muggle enters the area from the outside, they'll find it devoid of people.

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* Fairies will erect a "Time Stop" for this purpose in the''Literature/ArtemisFowl'' the ''Literature/ArtemisFowl'' series. On the inside, an impassible, dome-shaped forcefield will cover the area. If a muggle enters Muggles can enter the area from the outside, outside but they'll find it devoid of people.the people that are in the time stop.
22nd May '18 3:29:45 AM Bosco13
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* Fairies will erect a "Time Stop" for this purpose in the''Literature/ArtemisFowl'' series. On the inside, an impassible, dome-shaped forcefield will cover the area. If a muggle enters the area from the outside, they'll find it devoid of people.
28th Mar '18 4:12:37 AM Ninamarie124
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25th Mar '18 1:33:27 PM Hjortron18
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* ''Film/DoctorStrange'' shows the Mirror Dimension, which looks like the mortal world put through a kaleidoscope. Sorcerers can do pretty much anything there, but the normal world stays unaffected. The titular hero tries to take advantage of this at one point to trap his enemy- [[OhCrap only to realize that his enemy is far more powerful in the Mirror Dimension.]]

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* ''Film/DoctorStrange'' ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'' shows the Mirror Dimension, which looks like the mortal world put through a kaleidoscope. Sorcerers can do pretty much anything there, but the normal world stays unaffected. The titular hero tries to take advantage of this at one point to trap his enemy- [[OhCrap only to realize that his enemy is far more powerful in the Mirror Dimension.]]
5th Mar '18 10:53:53 PM MagnusForce
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* ''Series/UltramanNexus''. Ultraman creates a so-called "Metafield" that surrounds him and the MonsterOfTheWeek, creating a pocket dimension with a weird-colored sky and a rocky, craggy ground. In an interesting twist, the evil counterparts of Ultraman, [[SarcasmMode subtly]] named Faust and Mephisto, can transform this Metafield into the "Dark Field," a pocket dimension with a darker sky (natch!) that weakens Ultraman slightly. Also, when the battles do threaten a real-world city, it becomes a major plot point.

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* ''Series/UltramanNexus''. Ultraman Nexus creates a so-called "Metafield" "Meta Field" that surrounds him and the MonsterOfTheWeek, creating a pocket dimension with a weird-colored sky and a rocky, craggy ground. In an interesting twist, the evil counterparts of Ultraman, [[SarcasmMode subtly]] named Nexus, Dark Faust and Dark Mephisto, can transform this Metafield into the "Dark Field," a pocket dimension with a darker sky (natch!) that weakens Ultraman Nexus slightly. Also, when the battles do threaten a real-world city, it becomes a major plot point.point.
** The [[Franchise/UltraSeries Ultraman franchise]] as a whole gives us the Monster Graveyard, which had originally appeared in the 35th episode of the original ''Series/{{Ultraman}}''. It's a section of space that effectively acts as its own dimension, full of {{Floating Continent}}s and the semi-spectral forms of monsters defeated by Ultramen floating around in suspended animation. It's been the site of several major battles in the franchise's history, but often serves as a free supply zone for villains in need of a monster to resurrect to fight the heroes.
11th Dec '17 5:18:05 AM Cryoclaste
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* The ''Distortion World'' in ''{{Pokemon}}''. You can ''[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu fight]]'' a giant, ultra powerful, legendary Pokemon, [[OlympusMons capture]] it, and make it [[KidWithTheRemoteControl fight]]. Nothing else really, except run around.

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* The ''Distortion World'' in ''{{Pokemon}}''.''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''. You can ''[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu fight]]'' a giant, ultra powerful, legendary Pokemon, [[OlympusMons capture]] it, and make it [[KidWithTheRemoteControl fight]]. Nothing else really, except run around.
25th Nov '17 11:00:36 PM Gamermaster
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* Invoked by the protagonists of ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarukoSan''. Nyaruko even lampshades it in the first episode as a "convenient barrier", ''twice'', explaining it as "[[MediumAwareness important information]]", complete with an AsideGlance.

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* Invoked by the protagonists of ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarukoSan''. Nyaruko ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan''. Nyarko even lampshades it in the first episode as a "convenient barrier", ''twice'', explaining it as "[[MediumAwareness important information]]", complete with an AsideGlance.
2nd Nov '17 2:32:36 AM jormis29
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** ''Series/FinalFantasy'' loves this trope. ''Videogame/FinalFantasyVIII'' has, for example, the final fight against Ultimecia, in compressed time. ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' has an entirely trippy sequence against [[OneWingedAngel Kefka]], and of course you then have [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Exdeath.]] Even the ''player'' can join in on this, with the well-documented [[GoodBadBugs Vanish/Doom trick.]]

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** ''Series/FinalFantasy'' ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' loves this trope. ''Videogame/FinalFantasyVIII'' has, for example, the final fight against Ultimecia, in compressed time. ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' has an entirely trippy sequence against [[OneWingedAngel Kefka]], and of course you then have [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Exdeath.]] Even the ''player'' can join in on this, with the well-documented [[GoodBadBugs Vanish/Doom trick.]]
18th Oct '17 9:26:57 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The final track in ''VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} GX'''s Story Mode, as well as [[ThatOneLevel the final track in the Diamond Cup Grand Prix]] (same setting, different layout).

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* The final track in ''VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} ''VideoGame/FZero GX'''s Story Mode, as well as [[ThatOneLevel the final track in the Diamond Cup Grand Prix]] (same setting, different layout).
13th Oct '17 5:38:58 AM Koveras
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* The Kekkai in ''[[Manga/{{X1999}} X/1999]]'' are seven magical seals spread around Tokyo to prevent the impending apocalypse. Each Kekkai is protected by a magic user belonging to the group known as "Dragons of Heaven", sworn defenders of humankind's continued existence. Another group, the seven Dragons of Earth, meanwhile, are [[GaiasWrath protectors of Earth]] ''from'' humanity, tasked with destroying all Kekkai. When the two sides battle, one of the Dragons of Heaven must erect a Kekkai Field to remove the surrounding landscape (minus the muggles) from the regular space and into the Phantom Zone, where they can battle unimpeded. If the Dragon of Earth attacker is killed or driven off, the Kekkai Field is removed safely, undoing any structural damage that occurred inside; however, if the host Dragon of Heaven is killed instead, their Field fails and all battle damage becomes permanent, with horrifying consequences to the hapless muggles caught in it.

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* The Kekkai in ''[[Manga/{{X1999}} X/1999]]'' are seven magical seals spread around Tokyo to prevent the impending apocalypse. Each Kekkai is protected by a magic user belonging to the group known as "Dragons of Heaven", sworn defenders of humankind's continued existence. Another group, the seven Dragons of Earth, meanwhile, are [[GaiasWrath [[GaiasVengeance protectors of Earth]] ''from'' humanity, tasked with destroying all Kekkai. When the two sides battle, one of the Dragons of Heaven must erect a Kekkai Field to remove the surrounding landscape (minus the muggles) from the regular space and into the Phantom Zone, where they can battle unimpeded. If the Dragon of Earth attacker is killed or driven off, the Kekkai Field is removed safely, undoing any structural damage that occurred inside; however, if the host Dragon of Heaven is killed instead, their Field fails and all battle damage becomes permanent, with horrifying consequences to the hapless muggles caught in it.
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