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21st Jun '16 9:06:07 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''FanFic/{{Glass}}'', Kaiba's prison is truly inescapable and meant to drain his psyche, as everything he needs to live is only seen and accessed through the other side of the wall. [[spoiler:Joey and Ryou Bakura have it even worse, being locked in the dungeons for ''months''.]]
16th Jun '16 4:22:48 PM nombretomado
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* The very first ''TenchiMuyo'' movie featured Kain, an amorphous evil entity which broke out of his subspace prison at Galactic Police Headquarters and then escaped into the past to try and kill Tenchi's mother.

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* The very first ''TenchiMuyo'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' movie featured Kain, an amorphous evil entity which broke out of his subspace prison at Galactic Police Headquarters and then escaped into the past to try and kill Tenchi's mother.
19th May '16 2:56:29 AM jormis29
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*** ''TableTopGames/{{Pathfinder}}'' ups the ante with the high-level spell ''binding'', which [[{{Troperiffic}} throws in a number of relevant tropes]]: the caster can make the binding ritual more reliable by having additional casters as assistants, and the effect comes in six different flavours, including physically binding the target to one location, [[KingInTheMountain sending it into a decades-long sleep]], permanently banishing it to a separate plane of existence, or [[SealedEvilInACan sealing it inside some small object]].

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*** ''TableTopGames/{{Pathfinder}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' ups the ante with the high-level spell ''binding'', which [[{{Troperiffic}} throws in a number of relevant tropes]]: the caster can make the binding ritual more reliable by having additional casters as assistants, and the effect comes in six different flavours, including physically binding the target to one location, [[KingInTheMountain sending it into a decades-long sleep]], permanently banishing it to a separate plane of existence, or [[SealedEvilInACan sealing it inside some small object]].



* ''TableTopGames/{{Exalted}}'': While not for a single individual, the prison-realm of the Yozis fits this trope perfectly. It was made from the mutilated body of Malfeas, [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the King of Primordials]], and reinforced with the "surrender oaths," a ritual combination of physical and spiritual torture intended to permanently bind the creators of the world to the body of their King, such that they could never escape.

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* ''TableTopGames/{{Exalted}}'': ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'': While not for a single individual, the prison-realm of the Yozis fits this trope perfectly. It was made from the mutilated body of Malfeas, [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the King of Primordials]], and reinforced with the "surrender oaths," a ritual combination of physical and spiritual torture intended to permanently bind the creators of the world to the body of their King, such that they could never escape.



* ''LegendOfTheFiveRings'' has the Tomb of Iuchiban, built when the Bloodspeaker was captured and turned out to be unkillable. The tomb encircles him with multiple levels of mundane and magical wards, and surrounds those with a DeathCourse of traps - not to keep him in, but to kill any of his followers trying to free him.

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* ''LegendOfTheFiveRings'' ''TabletopGame/LegendOfTheFiveRings'' has the Tomb of Iuchiban, built when the Bloodspeaker was captured and turned out to be unkillable. The tomb encircles him with multiple levels of mundane and magical wards, and surrounds those with a DeathCourse of traps - not to keep him in, but to kill any of his followers trying to free him.
14th May '16 9:22:45 PM Rassilon001
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* In the {{Crossover}} fanfic [[FanFic/TheLegendOfRuby]] there is one introduced in an early chapter, built out of solid iron, since in the story proper metalbending has not been discovered. Sadly, it still doesn't quite seem to hold [[spoiler:Roman Torchwick]] but then again, he does have help from the outside.
7th May '16 5:38:38 PM LordQwert
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*** Although there is a tendency for significant figures of other campaign settings to make their escape one way or another.
**** There's Lord Soth of Dragonlance, who was released for just completely giving up on either escape or furthering any of his goals. This either made him too boring to keep around, or [[spoiler: made him the first to make the personal change required to be released. Ravenloft punishes the Dread Lords by forever denying them their evil obsessions. Giving up that obsession (briefly) could be considered redemptive.]] Or a Dragonlance author was annoyed that Ravenloft had usurped a character she wanted to use and let him out.
**** And, of course, the demi-god/lich Vecna, whose complicated escape was engineered [[spoiler: [[TheChessmaster well before he was ever imprisoned]] and allowed to him to obtain true godhood and invade Sigil simultaneously, nearly [[OmnicidalManiac toppling the D&D cosmology entirely]].]] The particulars of his escape are sometimes considered the canon reason for the changes in 3rd Edition.
4th May '16 2:18:25 PM Konggodamera
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* In [[TheFastAndTheFurious Furious 7]] we get a prison specifically designed to contain Jason Statham's character.
1st May '16 12:26:05 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* Also from Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}}'', the Queen of Fables was an EvilSorceress who had formerly been trapped in a book of fairy tales, and could reshape reality to her whims using the same tales and other imaginative fantasy, turning Manhattan into an enchanted forest and cursing Wonder Woman with a thousand-year slumber. Wonder Woman recovered, however, and did away with the Queen by trapping her in a very different book, the U.S. Tax Code, where she'd never find anything to use as a weapon.
26th Apr '16 5:50:36 PM Mullon
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* At the end of the story mode of ''InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' [[spoiler: Injustice!Superman is brought to the normal DC universe where they lock him up in a cell illuminated with lamps that simulate a red sun, nullifying his powers]].

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* At the end of the story mode of ''InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' [[spoiler: Injustice!Superman is brought to the normal DC universe where they lock him up in a cell illuminated with lamps that simulate a red sun, nullifying his powers]].
16th Apr '16 6:04:56 AM ScorpiusOB1
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* ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'' has, among others, the Tower of the End where the poor fellow who killed [[CrystalDragonJesus Abel]] was incarcerated by [[AncientConspiracy Imperium]], after becoming inadvertently something ''much'' worse. It's described as a pocket dimension where time repeats again and again, and he's bound with thousands of chains able to retain a god
8th Apr '16 6:42:40 AM SuperJedi224
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* In ''Webcomic/HeroOhHero'', three of the four "Special Prisoners" in the Baron's castle (Moe the Shifter, Ariara, and "Magic Shoes") were kept in these.
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