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31st May '17 6:08:41 PM nombretomado
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* Timeheart in Creator/DianeDuane's ''YoungWizards'' series, although you can't get there until you die. (At least, not permanently. Wizards are allowed to visit every once in a while.)

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* Timeheart in Creator/DianeDuane's ''YoungWizards'' ''Literature/YoungWizards'' series, although you can't get there until you die. (At least, not permanently. Wizards are allowed to visit every once in a while.)
9th May '17 12:29:09 AM intastiel
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Widdershins}}'', the Hotel Gula becomes one of these for a while, drawing people from across the building's centuries-long history into an alternate version of the hotel to cater to a powerful spirit of Gluttony.
16th Apr '17 3:58:00 PM intastiel
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** As explained in ''Discworld/ThiefOfTime'', the History Monks live on a mountain seperate from the normal flow of time, where it is [[spoiler:or rather was]] always the same perfect spring day.

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** As explained in ''Discworld/ThiefOfTime'', the History Monks live on a mountain seperate separate from the normal flow of time, where it is [[spoiler:or rather was]] always the same perfect spring day.day.
** In ''Discworld/{{Pyramids}}'', the pyramids of Djelibeybi distort time so that, while people go about their lives, and there is a yesterday and a tomorrow, the days that pass by are all fundamentally the same day, which has held the country in cultural stasis for over 7000 years. [[spoiler:The destruction of the pyramids finally allows the country to start to move towards modernity.]]
13th Mar '17 4:02:06 PM AthenaBlue
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* The Nexus in ''Film/StarTrekGenerations''. Kirk is trapped inside it and presumed dead, but when Jean-Luc Picard enters it decades later he meets up with Kirk who from his own point of view had just arrived there. Told that they can go anywhere in time and space should they choose to leave the Nexus, they stop the villain Soran before he can even execute his plan to blow up a star.



* The Nexus in ''Film/StarTrekGenerations''. Kirk is trapped inside it and presumed dead, but when Jean-Luc Picard enters it decades later he meets up with Kirk who from his own point of view had just arrived there. Told that they can go anywhere in time and space should they choose to leave the Nexus, they stop the villain Soran before he can even execute his plan to blow up a star.



* In Creator/DianaWynneJones's ''Literature/ATaleOfTimeCity'', the titular Time City exists outside of time, from where it can observe the history of the normal world and visit any point in it.
** However, time does pass inside of it, and it is subjected to echoes from its own future on a daily basis. At the end of the story the city catches up to the events causing them.
* Similarly, Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''Literature/TheEndOfEternity'', where Eternity exists outside of time, and the people living there perform Reality Changes to direct the course of history in the normal world.
* Timeheart in Creator/DianeDuane's ''YoungWizards'' series, although you can't get there until you die. (At least, not permanently. Wizards are allowed to visit every once in a while.)
** This is also the reason why the Lone Power continues to be the main antagonist of the series even after [[spoiler:its redemption]] in book three: as an eternal Power that exists outside of time, dipping into physical reality wherever and whenever It pleases, causality doesn't have quite the same effect on It as on mortals, and Its evil self is/was/will be causing trouble at various points in history regardless of what happens in the present.
*** [[spoiler:The effect of its redemption was to fix the influence of its evil self to a finite amount. As the other powers are infinite, or - well, at least a much larger finity, the net effect seems to be that it's slowly decreasing, and the universe gets gradually better. Sure it'll take a bajillion years, but eventually there's a happy ending.]]

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* In Creator/DianaWynneJones's ''Literature/ATaleOfTimeCity'', the titular The Edge of Time City exists outside of time, from ''Literature/AeonLegionLabyrinth'' where it can observe the history all time overlaps. The Edge of the Time appears like a grainy blue haze where people and moving objects in normal world and visit any point in it.
** However,
time does pass inside turn into a blur of it, and it afterimages. There are two huge energy anomalies there as well, the Beginning of Time, a huge mass of swirling temporal energy that is subjected to echoes the source of all time. And the End of Time, a shadowy vortex that tears apart anything that gets close. No one returns from its own future on a daily basis. At the end End of the story the city catches up Time. Those who go to the events causing them.
* Similarly, Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''Literature/TheEndOfEternity'', where Eternity exists outside
Beginning of time, and Time [[CameBackWrong come back wrong]].
* Creator/JohnCWright's ''Literature/CityBeyondTime'', naturally. Of
the people living there perform Reality Changes to direct the course of history in the normal world.
* Timeheart in Creator/DianeDuane's ''YoungWizards'' series, although you can't get there until you die. (At least, not permanently. Wizards are allowed to visit every once in a while.)
** This is also the reason why the Lone Power continues to be the main antagonist of the series even after [[spoiler:its redemption]] in book three: as an eternal Power that exists outside of time, dipping into physical reality wherever and whenever It pleases, causality doesn't have quite the same effect on It as on mortals, and Its evil self is/was/will be causing trouble at various points in history regardless of what happens in the present.
*** [[spoiler:The effect of its redemption was to fix the influence of its evil self to a finite amount. As the other powers are infinite, or - well, at least a much larger finity, the net effect seems to be that it's slowly decreasing, and the universe gets gradually better. Sure it'll take a bajillion years, but eventually there's a happy ending.]]
"particular time" variety.



* In ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'' series all interdimensional travel seems to work like this, with the caveat that the two most primary worlds (Roland's world and [[RealLife the real world]]) don't allow for TimeTravel; you can enter those worlds at any point in history you want, but once you have, even if you leave and come back, it's absolutely impossible to get to an earlier point in time.



* Similarly, Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''Literature/TheEndOfEternity'', where Eternity exists outside of time, and the people living there perform Reality Changes to direct the course of history in the normal world.



* In ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'' series all interdimensional travel seems to work like this, with the caveat that the two most primary worlds (Roland's world and [[RealLife the real world]]) don't allow for TimeTravel; you can enter those worlds at any point in history you want, but once you have, even if you leave and come back, it's absolutely impossible to get to an earlier point in time.

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* In ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'' series all interdimensional travel seems to work like this, with The Metal Island in the caveat that the two most primary worlds (Roland's world and [[RealLife the real world]]) don't allow for TimeTravel; you can enter those worlds at any point in history you want, but once you have, even if you leave and come back, it's absolutely impossible to get to an earlier point in time.''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' novel ''Literature/TestOfMetal'', where it is somehow always Now.



* ''Literature/SeptimusHeap'': The House of Foryx from book 4, ''Queste''. It is even [[LampshadeHanging called]] "The Place Where All Times Do Meet" because of this.
* In Creator/DianaWynneJones's ''Literature/ATaleOfTimeCity'', the titular Time City exists outside of time, from where it can observe the history of the normal world and visit any point in it.
** However, time does pass inside of it, and it is subjected to echoes from its own future on a daily basis. At the end of the story the city catches up to the events causing them.



* The House of Foryx in ''Queste'', the fifth ''Literature/SeptimusHeap'' book. It is even [[LampshadeHanging called]] "The Place Where All Times Do Meet" because of this.
* The Metal Island in the ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' novel ''Literature/TestOfMetal'', where it is somehow always Now.
* Creator/JohnCWright's "Literature/CityBeyondTime" naturally. Of the "particular time" variety.
* The Edge of Time from ''Literature/AeonLegionLabyrinth'' where all time overlaps. The Edge of Time appears like a grainy blue haze where people and moving objects in normal time turn into a blur of afterimages. There are two huge energy anomalies there as well, the Beginning of Time, a huge mass of swirling temporal energy that is the source of all time. And the End of Time, a shadowy vortex that tears apart anything that gets close. No one returns from the End of Time. Those who go to the Beginning of Time [[CameBackWrong come back wrong]].

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* The House of Foryx Timeheart in ''Queste'', Creator/DianeDuane's ''YoungWizards'' series, although you can't get there until you die. (At least, not permanently. Wizards are allowed to visit every once in a while.)
** This is also
the fifth ''Literature/SeptimusHeap'' book. It is reason why the Lone Power continues to be the main antagonist of the series even [[LampshadeHanging called]] "The Place Where All Times Do Meet" because after [[spoiler:its redemption]] in book three: as an eternal Power that exists outside of this.
* The Metal Island
time, dipping into physical reality wherever and whenever It pleases, causality doesn't have quite the same effect on It as on mortals, and Its evil self is/was/will be causing trouble at various points in history regardless of what happens in the ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' novel ''Literature/TestOfMetal'', where it is somehow always Now.
* Creator/JohnCWright's "Literature/CityBeyondTime" naturally. Of
present.
*** [[spoiler:The effect of its redemption was to fix
the "particular time" variety.
* The Edge
influence of Time from ''Literature/AeonLegionLabyrinth'' where all time overlaps. The Edge of Time appears like its evil self to a grainy blue haze where people and moving objects in normal time turn into a blur of afterimages. There finite amount. As the other powers are two huge energy anomalies there as infinite, or - well, at least a much larger finity, the Beginning of Time, a huge mass of swirling temporal energy net effect seems to be that is it's slowly decreasing, and the source of all time. And the End of Time, a shadowy vortex that tears apart anything that universe gets close. No one returns from the End of Time. Those who go to the Beginning of Time [[CameBackWrong come back wrong]].gradually better. Sure it'll take a bajillion years, but eventually there's a happy ending.]]



* Time inside the House in ''Series/BeyondTheWalls'' seems to pass normally --''if'' it even passes, that is--, but it [[spoiler: doesn't matter when you entered it or how long you spent there, it will always send you back towards ''your'' time, if you manage to leave.]]



** The white void (and possibly the Land of Fiction) from the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The Mind Robber". The VoidBetweenTheWorlds is a "dead space" where time and space don't exist as we understand them.

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** The white void (and possibly the Land of Fiction) from the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial [[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E2TheMindRobber "The Mind Robber".Robber"]]. The VoidBetweenTheWorlds is a "dead space" where time and space don't exist as we understand them.
* ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger'': The Lapseless Room, whose occupants are shielded from the flow of time, though it is in sync with the normal world. [[SixthRanger Burai]] must stay here when not in battle due to having a [[LivingOnBorrowedTime drastically reduced lifespan]]. [[spoiler: This is because his suspended-animation cave collapsed on him millennia ago, and Daizyujin couldn't be arsed to have Clotho fully restore Burai's life force, instead just having Clotho restore a few days worth so that Burai would have time to help restore Daizyujin's ability to combine with Dragon Caesar and King Brachion.]]



* ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger'': The Lapseless Room, whose occupants are shielded from the flow of time, though it is in sync with the normal world. [[SixthRanger Burai]] must stay here when not in battle due to having a [[LivingOnBorrowedTime drastically reduced lifespan]]. [[spoiler: This is because his suspended-animation cave collapsed on him millennia ago, and Daizyujin couldn't be arsed to have Clotho fully restore Burai's life force, instead just having Clotho restore a few days worth so that Burai would have time to help restore Daizyujin's ability to combine with Dragon Caesar and King Brachion.]]



* Time inside the House in ''Series/BeyondTheWalls'' seems to pass normally --''if'' it even passes, that is--, but it [[spoiler: doesn't matter when you entered it or how long you spent there, it will always send you back towards ''your'' time, if you manage to leave.]]
20th Jan '17 9:49:02 PM skidoo23
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* The white void (and possibly the Land of Fiction) from the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The Mind Robber". The VoidBetweenTheWorlds is a "dead space" where time and space don't exist as we understand them.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** The Doctor's home planet, Gallifrey, home of the Time Lords, is often described as being beyond time. As of 2013, it is also described as being in a pocket dimension.
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The white void (and possibly the Land of Fiction) from the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The Mind Robber". The VoidBetweenTheWorlds is a "dead space" where time and space don't exist as we understand them.
10th Nov '16 5:26:18 PM nombretomado
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* JohnCWright's "Literature/CityBeyondTime" naturally. Of the "particular time" variety.

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* JohnCWright's Creator/JohnCWright's "Literature/CityBeyondTime" naturally. Of the "particular time" variety.
6th Nov '16 12:39:56 PM Gregzilla
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* In ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'', the Dark Dimension is identified this way. [[spoiler:Exploited by the eponymous doctor, who brings [[TimeMaster time magic]] in the form of a GroundhogDayLoop to the dimension to defeat Dormammu, who has no concept of time, let alone any control over it.]]
25th Oct '16 2:55:52 PM FringeBenefits
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* In the CrossOver ''FanFic/ShatteredSkies'', The Lighthouse is a crystalline structure floating in the VoidBetweenTheWorlds, a sanctuary for {{MagicalGirl}}s and their friends [[Franchise/SailorMoon from]] [[Manga/CardcaptorSakura five]] [[Franchise/PrettyCure different]] [[Franchise/LyricalNanoha parallel]] [[Franchise/MadokaMagica universes]], fleeing the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of their homes]].
25th Oct '16 2:17:55 PM SimiOfDoom
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* Time inside the House in ''Series/BeyondTheWalls'' seems to pass normally --''if'' it even passes, that is--, but it [[spoiler: doesn't matter when you entered it or how long you spent there, it will always send you back towards ''your'' time, if you manage to leave.]]
22nd Sep '16 3:03:45 PM nombretomado
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* Ben10Omniverse has such a place as an important Plot point: [[spoiler: Maltruant]] wants to go to when time didn't exist yet to shape the universe [[InTheirOwnImage in his own image]], but it's easier said than done, as not even [[TimeMaster Professor Paradox]] can journey there.

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* Ben10Omniverse ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' has such a place as an important Plot point: [[spoiler: Maltruant]] wants to go to when time didn't exist yet to shape the universe [[InTheirOwnImage in his own image]], but it's easier said than done, as not even [[TimeMaster Professor Paradox]] can journey there.
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