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15th May '18 8:20:11 PM MarkLungo
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-->-- Richard Hell and the Voidoids, "The Kid With the Replaceable Head"

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-->-- Richard -->--'''Richard Hell and the Voidoids, Voidoids''', "The Kid With the Replaceable Head"
28th Apr '18 12:20:04 PM VampireBuddha
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*** Even with all the above factors taken into account, the people in charge of the setting have admitted that planetary populations are far too high for the levels of military forces used to defend them, but they don't to RetCon either one, since at that point they'd pretty well have to keep retconning until they'd redesigned then entire setting from the ground up.

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*** Even with all the above factors taken into account, the people in charge of the setting have admitted that planetary populations are far too high for the levels of military forces used to defend them, but they don't to RetCon {{retcon}} either one, since at that point they'd pretty well have to keep retconning until they'd redesigned then entire setting from the ground up.
30th Mar '18 11:38:42 PM josh6243
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* In ''[[Anime/MashinHeroWataruSeries Wataru 2]]'', Wataru was sent across the universe to Soukaizan's neighboring planet, a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Dipper Dipper]]-like [[Main/{{Constellations}} constellation]] planet named "Seikaizan (''Stellar Realm Mountain'')" to take out the army lead by Doakudar's younger brother, Dowarutar.Dowarudar. The seven "stars" of Seikaizan are provinces, therefore Wataru's gang has to travel across space to reach the next province; usually via a [[EverythingsBetterWithRainbows rainbow bridge]].

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* In ''[[Anime/MashinHeroWataruSeries Wataru 2]]'', Wataru was sent across the universe to Soukaizan's neighboring planet, a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Dipper Dipper]]-like [[Main/{{Constellations}} constellation]] planet named "Seikaizan (''Stellar Realm Mountain'')" to take out the army lead by Doakudar's younger brother, Dowarutar.Dowarudar. The seven "stars" of Seikaizan are provinces, therefore Wataru's gang has to travel across space to reach the next province; usually via a [[EverythingsBetterWithRainbows rainbow bridge]].
30th Mar '18 11:38:26 PM josh6243
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* In ''[[Anime/MashinHeroWataruSeries Wataru 2]]'', Wataru was sent across the universe to Soukaizan's neighboring planet, a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Dipper Dipper]]-like [[Main/{{Constellations}} constellation]] planet named "Seikaizan (''Stellar Realm Mountain'')" to take out the army lead by Doakudar's younger brother, Dowarutar.Dowarudar. The seven "stars" of Seikaizan are provinces, therefore Wataru's gang has to travel across space to reach the next province; usually via a [[EverythingsBetterWithRainbows rainbow bridge]].
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8th Mar '18 10:13:29 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' is an especially [[TVTropesDrinkingGame egregious]] example, with each planet having an average of 2-3 cities. CasualInterstellarTravel means that a quest to talk to the governor of one SingleBiomePlanet will involve buying a cake from the only bakery in the star system, located at the bottom of a dungeon on another planet. Alis even has the Fly spell, designed to take you back to the last church you visited, which works without regard to whether or not it is on the same planet you are currently visiting.

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* ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' is an especially [[TVTropesDrinkingGame [[DrinkingGame/TVTropes egregious]] example, with each planet having an average of 2-3 cities. CasualInterstellarTravel means that a quest to talk to the governor of one SingleBiomePlanet will involve buying a cake from the only bakery in the star system, located at the bottom of a dungeon on another planet. Alis even has the Fly spell, designed to take you back to the last church you visited, which works without regard to whether or not it is on the same planet you are currently visiting.
5th Feb '18 3:52:27 AM TheJJBL
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** ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2'' has galactic conquest, where the entire conquest of a planet means one battle in one area of said planet. Whoever wins the battle has then conquered the planet, but to be fair any more than that [[RuleofFun and it might get tiresome.]]
21st Jan '18 2:06:03 PM Bossman
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* ''Outpost 2'' (by Sierra) features a distant planet called New Terra, with only two cities (Eden and Plymouth). And both cities ''still'' fight over the land's resources, especially when a plague (called the Blight) slowly takes over the planet.

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* ''Outpost 2'' (by Sierra) features ''VideoGame/{{Outpost 2}}'' takes place on a distant planet called New Terra, Terra with only two cities (Eden colonies: Eden and Plymouth). And both cities ''still'' fight over Plymouth. While the land's planet was colonized several decades ago, there are several factors as to why the colonies are so small. The ship the colonists came on, the ''Conestoga'', was hastily built to escape Earth before [[ColonyDrop an asteroid impact]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt ended human civilization]], so there is no second wave of colonists coming. The cryogenic chambers were experimental and [[CryonicsFailure failures killed a significant portion of the colonists]]. Instead of finding an Earth-like planet as hoped, the crew had to settle for a Mars-like planet because the ship was running low on resources, especially when and once on the ground, more resources had to be dedicated to survival over raising children. Plymouth didn't exist until survival became less of a struggle, and it's made up of people who didn't agree with the Eden leadership's plan to {{terraform}} New Terra. When the game kicks off, both colonies are hit by disasters ([[ThePlague a plague (called called the Blight) slowly takes over Blight]] for Eden, volcanic eruptions for Plymouth), and end up in a running battle for a shrinking safe area untouched by the disasters and the resources needed to build another spaceship to leave the planet.
16th Dec '17 4:54:50 AM FTD
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16th Dec '17 4:48:06 AM FTD
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** Another episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged]] this trope beautifully in its teaser scene, where Worf, Data and Dr. Crusher are sitting in a cafe on a planet-of-the-week that is experiencing domestic terrorism because of a conflict between the planetary government and a minority separatist group. The Ansata [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters rebels/terrorists]] detonate a bomb near the cafe, and several civilians are injured. Dr. Crusher leaps into the fray to provide medical aid, with Worf and Data urging her to be more cautious. It's a great character moment for Beverly Crusher. While Crusher is tending to the wounded, Data invokes this trope by telling her that "It would be prudent to return to the ship" and then states "This planet has its own physicians." Dr. Crusher simply replies, "They're not ''here''. I ''am''," and continues doctoring.

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** Another episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged]] this trope beautifully in its teaser scene, where Worf, Data and Dr. Crusher are sitting in a cafe on a planet-of-the-week that is experiencing domestic terrorism because of a conflict between the planetary government and a minority separatist group. The Ansata [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters rebels/terrorists]] detonate a bomb near the cafe, and several civilians are injured. Dr. Crusher leaps into the fray to provide medical aid, with Worf and Data urging her to be more cautious. It's a great character moment for Beverly Crusher. While Crusher is tending to the wounded, Data invokes this trope by telling her that "It would be prudent to return to the ship" and then states "This planet has its own physicians." Dr. Crusher Crusher, seemingly aware of the absurdity of this trope, simply replies, "They're not ''here''. I ''am''," and continues doctoring.
16th Dec '17 4:46:23 AM FTD
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** Another episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged]] beautifully in its teaser scene, where Worf, Data and Dr. Crusher are sitting in a cafe on a planet-of-the-week that is experiencing domestic terrorism. The terrorists detonate a bomb near the cafe, and several civilians are injured. Dr. Crusher leaps into the fray to provide aid, with Worf and Data urging her to be more cautious. It's a great character moment for Beverly Crusher. While Crusher is tending to the wounded, Data invokes this trope by telling Dr. Crusher that "It would be prudent to return to the ship" and then states "This planet has its own physicians." Dr. Crusher simply replies, "They're not ''here''. I ''am''."

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** Another episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged]] this trope beautifully in its teaser scene, where Worf, Data and Dr. Crusher are sitting in a cafe on a planet-of-the-week that is experiencing domestic terrorism. terrorism because of a conflict between the planetary government and a minority separatist group. The terrorists Ansata [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters rebels/terrorists]] detonate a bomb near the cafe, and several civilians are injured. Dr. Crusher leaps into the fray to provide medical aid, with Worf and Data urging her to be more cautious. It's a great character moment for Beverly Crusher. While Crusher is tending to the wounded, Data invokes this trope by telling Dr. Crusher her that "It would be prudent to return to the ship" and then states "This planet has its own physicians." Dr. Crusher simply replies, "They're not ''here''. I ''am''."''am''," and continues doctoring.
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