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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.
18th Sep '16 7:21:53 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler: The Dark Place]] in AlanWake. [[spoiler: It seems to be the only reason that Thomas Zane has spent 40 years there without losing his marbles.]]

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* [[spoiler: The Dark Place]] in AlanWake.''VideoGame/AlanWake''. [[spoiler: It seems to be the only reason that Thomas Zane has spent 40 years there without losing his marbles.]]
12th Aug '16 7:52:20 PM nombretomado
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* A strange version of this occurs in ''{{Achron}}''. There's a section of the timeline that's hard to reach if you don't already know of its existence: [[FanNickname "The Beach"]]. It's a completely empty version of the map you're playing; a region in the future where causality from the present never reached. This is probably the only ''mechanical'' version of the place beyond time (other video games simply create an extra, perfectly normal level and give it some backstory).

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* A strange version of this occurs in ''{{Achron}}''.''VideoGame/{{Achron}}''. There's a section of the timeline that's hard to reach if you don't already know of its existence: [[FanNickname "The Beach"]]. It's a completely empty version of the map you're playing; a region in the future where causality from the present never reached. This is probably the only ''mechanical'' version of the place beyond time (other video games simply create an extra, perfectly normal level and give it some backstory).
7th Aug '16 5:20:41 PM nombretomado
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* The Rock of Eternity in the ''{{Shazam}}/Captain Marvel'' cosmology.
* Also in TheDCU is Vanishing Point, a base that exists during the last possible moment in the universe, right before entropy ends everything. While not ''technically'' outside of time, it is suspended in a null-time bubble (so that the last microsecond doesn't tick over and implode everyone inside, naturally) and is the favored base of operations for time travellers.

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* The Rock of Eternity in the ''{{Shazam}}/Captain ''{{Shazam}}[=/=]Captain Marvel'' cosmology.
* Also in TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU is Vanishing Point, a base that exists during the last possible moment in the universe, right before entropy ends everything. While not ''technically'' outside of time, it is suspended in a null-time bubble (so that the last microsecond doesn't tick over and implode everyone inside, naturally) and is the favored base of operations for time travellers.
23rd Jul '16 10:06:22 AM PantaroP
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* Nullville, from the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' GrandFinale. A colourless version of Danville with the streets littered with spoons, capri pants, oranges, and wild tigers, in addition to everything that drops in later, like fridges and almond brittle. Anything that ends up there via a spacetime tear gets [[RetGone retroactively erased from the main universe]]. To make matters worse, the main universe is stuck in a GroundhogDayLoop that is getting smaller and smaller. When that loop shortens into nothing, Nullville will be erased.
18th Jul '16 11:35:07 AM ImperialScum
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* 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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