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16th Dec '17 5:21:21 PM Moonreaper666
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*** Turns out it is a Relictor Stormcast Eternal from Age of Sigmar, the sequel to Warhammer Fantasy. The Warp does mess with time after all
14th Dec '17 12:44:19 AM Luppercus
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* According to the cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan'', ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' and ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' share a universe. Queen La is from Atlantis. ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' may also be part of this universe as plans were made for an ''Atlantis'' TV show which would have had a crossover ''Gargoyles'', but this never happened due to ''Atlantis'' not performing as well at the box office as expected.

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* According to the cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan'', ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' and ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' share a universe. Queen La is from Atlantis. ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' may also be part of this universe as plans were made for an ''Atlantis'' TV show which would have had a crossover ''Gargoyles'', but this never happened due to ''Atlantis'' not performing as well at the box office as expected.\n
13th Dec '17 10:56:21 PM legendaryweredragon
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* According to the cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan'', ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' and ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' share a universe. Queen La is from Atlantis.

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* According to the cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan'', ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' and ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' share a universe. Queen La is from Atlantis. ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' may also be part of this universe as plans were made for an ''Atlantis'' TV show which would have had a crossover ''Gargoyles'', but this never happened due to ''Atlantis'' not performing as well at the box office as expected.



* ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' takes place in the same universe as ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}''. Plans were made for an ''Atlantis'' TV show which would have had a crossover with characters from ''Gargoyles'' appearing, but this never happened due to ''Atlantis'' not performing as well at the box office as expected.
13th Dec '17 10:47:35 PM NogaiKhan
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' and ''VideoGame/{{Manhunt}}'' (both developed by Rockstar Games) take place within the same universe, as confirmed by overlapping references like place names, vehicles and fictional brands. Rockstar's ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}'' is also a possibility though there are not enough references that verify this. Although the HD series exists in a different universe than the Trilogy, both Carcer City and the Bullworth Academy were referenced in ''GTAV''.

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' and ''VideoGame/{{Manhunt}}'' (both developed by Rockstar Games) take place within the same universe, as confirmed by overlapping references like place names, vehicles and fictional brands. Rockstar's ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}'' is also a possibility though there are not enough references that verify this. Although the HD series exists in a different universe than the Trilogy, both Carcer City and the Bullworth Academy were referenced in ''GTAV''. GTAV also mentioned Jack Marston's memoirs as an in-universe history book, meaning the ''Red Dead'' series (or at least ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'') is set in the universe as well.
1st Dec '17 10:16:43 AM CrypticMirror
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* "The Girls Of Hollywood High," the second of ''two'' [[PoorlyDisguisedPilot Poorly Disguised Pilots]] (for a proposed series about Texan private detectives called ''[[IncrediblyLamePun Eyes Of Texas]]'') which aired as ''BJ And The Bear'' episodes, established that this shares a universe with another Glen A. Larson series - at one point the female [=PI=]s pay a visit to the Los Angeles Coroner's Office. John S. Ragin and Robert Ito turn up as the characters they play on that particular series, but Jack Klugman, alias ''Series/{{Quincy}}'', is conspicuously ([[CreativeDifferences and given how he felt about Glen Larson understandably]]) absent.

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* "The Girls Of Hollywood High," the second of ''two'' [[PoorlyDisguisedPilot Poorly Disguised Pilots]] (for a proposed series about Texan private detectives called ''[[IncrediblyLamePun Eyes Of Texas]]'') which aired as ''BJ And The Bear'' episodes, established that this shares a universe with another Glen A. Larson series - at one point the female [=PI=]s pay a visit to the Los Angeles Coroner's Office. John S. Ragin and Robert Ito turn up as the characters they play on that particular series, but Jack Klugman, alias ''Series/{{Quincy}}'', ''Series/QuincyME'', is conspicuously ([[CreativeDifferences and given how he felt about Glen Larson understandably]]) absent.
28th Nov '17 2:18:08 PM Onomateopoetic
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* ''Franchise/WarhammerFantasy'' and ''Franchise/Warhammer40000'' was long rumored to exist within the same universe and galaxy; Fantasy's planet being a single planet existing outside the scope of the galactic warfare of the wider galaxy of the 40k setting. A common theory was that [[BarbarianHero Sigmar]], founder of the Empire in Warhammer Fantasy and somewhat of a demigod was a Primarch, one of the God-Emperor of Mankind's genetic sons who was somehow lost on the planet.
** This was later subverted in the End Times campaign of Warhammer Fantasy, in which a group of heroes venture into the [[CirclesOfHell Realm of Chaos]] and encounter a "silvery knight speaking a strange accent", hinted as being Grand Master Kaldor Draigo, a Space Marine lost on the Warp in the 40k setting. This confirmed the longstanding theory that, while the two settings weren't set in the same world, it ''was'' connected by the same immaterial plane of Chaos called the Warp.
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25th Nov '17 6:11:19 PM Superlazerninja17
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* Koei's ''VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi'' was made to confirm that its series ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'' and ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' take place in the same universe but the second trailer of ''Warriors Orochi 3'' more or less confirms Koei's other games ''VideoGame/WarriorsLegendsOfTroy'' and ''VideoGame/BladestormTheHundredYearsWar'' due to the presence of Achilles and Jeanne D'Arc. It also confirms that its business partner Tecmo's series ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' and ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive'' take place there due to the presence of Ryu Hayabusa, Ayane, Momiji and later Kasumi. Also, Naotora Ii makes an appearance in ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive5 Last Round''. ''Franchise/FatalFrame'' is also in this shared universe due to Ayane's side story in ''Fatal Frame 5''.

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* Koei's ''VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi'' was made to confirm that its series ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'' and ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' take place in the same universe but the second trailer of ''Warriors Orochi 3'' more or less confirms Koei's other games ''VideoGame/WarriorsLegendsOfTroy'' and ''VideoGame/BladestormTheHundredYearsWar'' due to the presence of Achilles and Jeanne D'Arc. It also confirms that its business partner Tecmo's series ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' and ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive'' take place there due to the presence of Ryu Hayabusa, Ayane, Momiji and later Kasumi. Also, Naotora Ii makes an appearance in ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive5 Last Round''. ''Franchise/FatalFrame'' is also in this shared universe due to Ayane's side story in ''Fatal Frame 5''. Also ''VideoGame/Nioh'' is a prequel to Ninja Gaiden due to that fact that ancestor of Ryu named Jin Hayabusa appears.
22nd Nov '17 12:33:30 PM KrspaceT
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** This is currently set to be averted with the 'Rick Riordan Presents' series of books, which while edited by Riordan and using similar themes will not be explicitly in the same universe, at least at the start.
18th Nov '17 5:40:53 PM Twiddler
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* The UrExample of a SharedUniverse book is ''Literature/TheBible'', although it is chiefly notable as an object lesson in the importance of having an editor.

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* The UrExample of a SharedUniverse book is ''Literature/TheBible'', Literature/TheBible, although it is chiefly notable as an object lesson in the importance of having an editor.
12th Nov '17 1:27:43 PM MarkLungo
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* ''WebVideo/AitorMolinaVs'' and ''WebVideo/Retropokon'' usually crossover with each other. With Lemon Emon, Pesadillas del Infierno, El Rincón de LonkPlays and others in animated specials.

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* ''WebVideo/AitorMolinaVs'' and ''WebVideo/Retropokon'' ''WebAnimation/{{Retropokon}}'' usually crossover with each other. With Lemon Emon, Pesadillas del Infierno, El Rincón de LonkPlays and others in animated specials.



* The Randomverse contains multiple roleplays run by different people. They include Roleplay/TheDeathSeries, Roleplay/TheInsaneQuestOfUnfathomableRandomness, Roleplay/SmileForTheCamera and Roleplay/TVTropesTheAdventure.

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* The Randomverse contains multiple roleplays run by different people. They include Roleplay/TheDeathSeries, Roleplay/TheInsaneQuestOfUnfathomableRandomness, Roleplay/SmileForTheCamera ''Roleplay/TheDeathSeries'', ''Roleplay/TheInsaneQuestOfUnfathomableRandomness'', ''Roleplay/SmileForTheCamera'', and Roleplay/TVTropesTheAdventure.''Roleplay/TVTropesTheAdventure''.



* Several "imprints" on the superhero fiction newsgroup rec.arts.comics.creative, notably the Literature/LegionOfNetHeroes and WebOriginal/AcademyOfSuperheroes.

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* Several "imprints" on the superhero fiction newsgroup rec.arts.comics.creative, notably the Literature/LegionOfNetHeroes and WebOriginal/AcademyOfSuperheroes.''Literature/LegionOfNetHeroes'' and'' WebOriginal/AcademyOfSuperheroes''.
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