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27th Nov '16 2:39:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[{{Narnia}} The Magician's Nephew]]'', when Diggory lets Jadis loose in London and then in Narnia.

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* ''[[{{Narnia}} The Magician's Nephew]]'', ''Literature/TheMagiciansNephew'', when Diggory lets Jadis loose in London and then in Narnia.
24th Oct '16 1:56:05 PM Malady
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* The AffablyEvil villain in ''Literature/Everlost'' is trying to kill everyone and destroy everything in the real world so it will all be "preserved" in Everlost.

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* The AffablyEvil villain in ''Literature/Everlost'' ''Literature/{{Everlost}}'' is trying to kill everyone and destroy everything in the real world so it will all be "preserved" in Everlost.
6th Oct '16 8:20:46 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Everworld}}'' books, it would be a bad thing if the gods crossed over into the world of our own, or if aggressive human men with guns crossed over into the world of Everworld. Both of these dangers threaten to happen over the course of the stories.

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* In the ''{{Everworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Everworld}}'' books, it would be a bad thing if the gods crossed over into the world of our own, or if aggressive human men with guns crossed over into the world of Everworld. Both of these dangers threaten to happen over the course of the stories.
24th Jul '16 10:56:17 AM nombretomado
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%%* Extremely weird example in ChinaMieville's novel ''Literature/TheCityAndTheCity''. Too good to be spoiled.

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%%* Extremely weird example in ChinaMieville's Creator/ChinaMieville's novel ''Literature/TheCityAndTheCity''. Too good to be spoiled.
10th Jul '16 9:14:40 PM TheGreatSkrond
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* The AffablyEvil villain in ''Literature/Everlost'' is trying to kill everyone and destroy everything in the real world so it will all be "preserved" in Everlost.
28th Jun '16 8:09:12 PM PaulA
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%%* AaronAllston's ''DocSidhe'' and ''Sidhe-Devil'' both fight foes that could disturb both "the grim world" (ours) and "the fair world" (Faerie).

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%%* AaronAllston's ''DocSidhe'' and ''Sidhe-Devil'' both fight foes that could disturb both "the grim * In Creator/AaronAllston's ''Literature/DocSidhe'', the protagonist is transported from the "grim world" (ours) and "the fair to the "fair world" (Faerie).(Faerie), where he discovers a plot to subvert the connection between the worlds, threatening both. Both worlds are again threatened in the sequel, ''Sidhe-Devil''.
16th Jun '16 9:25:49 PM rmctagg09
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* In ''Roleplay/WeAreAllPokemonTrainers'', when given the choice, the J-Team decides to have Dialga and Palkia fork the AU inadvertently created by Cyrus into its own separate universe, despite the fact that it replaced their original universe, because they deemed it to have just as valid an existence.
20th May '16 7:20:29 AM erforce
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* The cornerstone of ''{{Series/Fringe}}'' and its mythology is an AlternateUniverse, and the protagonists of the show (from the prime universe) are using MadScience in an attempt to SaveBothWorlds after the first attempt at crossing from one universe to another resulted in a parade of soft spots, cracks in the walls of reality, breakdowns of the laws of physics, [[SwirlyEnergyThingy swirly energy thingies]], [[NegativeSpaceWedgie negative earth wedgies]], [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} dogs and cats living together]], etc. that threaten to destroy both universes. This is juxtaposed by the characters from the AlternateUniverse, who believe the only way to save their universe is to destroy the prime one first (and they may be right). [[spoiler: Or not, as it is revealed that the two worlds are permanently intertwined; therefore, the only way for any character to save their world is to SaveBothWorlds.]]

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* The cornerstone of ''{{Series/Fringe}}'' and its mythology is an AlternateUniverse, and the protagonists of the show (from the prime universe) are using MadScience in an attempt to SaveBothWorlds after the first attempt at crossing from one universe to another resulted in a parade of soft spots, cracks in the walls of reality, breakdowns of the laws of physics, [[SwirlyEnergyThingy swirly energy thingies]], [[NegativeSpaceWedgie negative earth wedgies]], [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} dogs and cats living together]], etc. that threaten to destroy both universes. This is juxtaposed by the characters from the AlternateUniverse, who believe the only way to save their universe is to destroy the prime one first (and they may be right). [[spoiler: Or not, as it is revealed that the two worlds are permanently intertwined; therefore, the only way for any character to save their world is to SaveBothWorlds.]]
17th May '16 2:11:07 PM Morgenthaler
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* The heroes of ''TheDragonWarsSaga'' must save the magical world they're stuck in to save Earth.

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* The heroes of ''TheDragonWarsSaga'' ''Literature/TheDragonWarsSaga'' must save the magical world they're stuck in to save Earth.
5th May '16 1:30:36 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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%%* ''{{Paprika}}'' has the protagonists trying to save both the real world and the DreamLand.

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%%* ''{{Paprika}}'' ''Literature/{{Paprika}}'' has the protagonists trying to save both the real world and the DreamLand.
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