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1st Apr '17 6:30:38 AM tytoman
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* ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'' takes place across a series of floating islands, suspended in a balance of power between [[CelestialParagonsAndArchangels four angelic Primarchs]] created by [[{{Precursors}} the Astrals]].
6th Feb '17 2:48:12 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* TruthInTelevision (sort of) for large planets as Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and their extrasolar equivalents where their atmospheres blend smoothly with either oceans of liquid hydrogen (Jupiter, Saturn, and their kind) or exotic forms of a mixture of water, methane, and ammonia (Uranus, Neptune, and alike).
29th Nov '16 1:33:19 PM mlsmithca
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* Averted with the Ukrainian/Russian peninsula of Crimea.
28th Nov '16 4:16:33 PM Franklansburg
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* Averted with the Ukrainian/Russian peninsula of Crimea.
21st Sep '16 5:05:31 PM nombretomado
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* Done wonderfully in ''BatenKaitos''.

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* Done wonderfully in ''BatenKaitos''.''VideoGame/BatenKaitos''.
28th Jun '16 4:28:39 PM Generality
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* ''Anime/LastExile''

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* ''Anime/LastExile''''Anime/LastExile'' has airships which, due to their [[SchizoTech otherwise limited technology]], fight each other in a manner similar to pre-industrial naval ships. Furthermore, because of the planet's [[WorldShapes unusual shape]], the sky is a literal barrier that has to be crossed to get from one continent to another.
28th Jun '16 4:12:26 PM Nippertipper
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SisterTrope of SpaceIsAnOcean. In this case, it's the sky being used to make visual/stylistic parallels to the ocean, but the same basic principles apply. As with space, [[{{Metaphorgotten}} the metaphor can easily be taken a little too far]] (although the presence of gravity ''might'' explain parts of it). Often runs on the RuleOfCool.

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SisterTrope of SpaceIsAnOcean. In this case, it's the sky in the atmosphere of a planet or natural satellite being used to make visual/stylistic parallels to the ocean, but the same basic principles apply. As with space, [[{{Metaphorgotten}} the metaphor can easily be taken a little too far]] (although the presence of gravity ''might'' explain parts of it). Often runs on the RuleOfCool.
3rd Jun '16 3:53:28 AM morane
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* When the ''[[TheCaptain Captain]]'' or ''[[NumberTwo First Officer]]'' of your air''liner'' turns off the "Fasten Seat Belts" signs you may move about the ''cabin''. Flight Attendants were once ''stewards'' and ''stewardesses'', and they still serve food and drinks from a ''galley''. Very large airliners have upper and lower ''decks''. Aircraft are kept on ''course'' and steered to ''port'' or ''starboard'' by ''pilots'' and one of the control-surfaces they use is the ''rudder''. At take-off and landing, the ''cabin crew'' are told to take their ''stations''. The space for luggage is ''cargo hold'' where the payload is ''shipped'' to the destination, and the place for relieving your internal pressure is ''head''. While airplanes have fuselages, flying boats have ''hulls''.

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* When the ''[[TheCaptain Captain]]'' or ''[[NumberTwo First Officer]]'' of your air''liner'' turns off the "Fasten Seat Belts" signs you may move about the ''cabin''. Flight Attendants were once ''stewards'' and ''stewardesses'', and they still serve food and drinks from a ''galley''. Very large airliners have upper and lower ''decks''. Aircraft are kept on ''course'' and steered to ''port'' or ''starboard'' by ''pilots'' and one of the control-surfaces they use is the ''rudder''. At take-off and landing, the ''cabin crew'' are told to take their ''stations''. The space for luggage is ''cargo hold'' where the payload is ''shipped'' to the destination, and the place for relieving your internal pressure is ''head''. While airplanes have fuselages, flying boats have ''hulls''. The captain, who sits in the ''cockpit'', will do the ''navigation'' and plot the ''bearing'' and ''course'' for the ''autopilot''.
3rd Jun '16 3:50:53 AM morane
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* When the ''[[TheCaptain Captain]]'' or ''[[NumberTwo First Officer]]'' of your air''liner'' turns off the "Fasten Seat Belts" signs you may move about the ''cabin''. Flight Attendants were once ''stewards'' and ''stewardesses'', and they still serve food and drinks from a ''galley''. Very large airliners have upper and lower ''decks''. Aircraft are steered to ''port'' or ''starboard'' by ''pilots'' and one of the control-surfaces they use is the ''rudder''. At take-off and landing, the ''cabin crew'' are told to take their ''stations''. The space for luggage is ''cargo hold'' where the payload is ''shipped'' to the destination, and the place for relieving your internal pressure is ''head''. While airplanes have fuselages, flying boats have ''hulls''.

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* When the ''[[TheCaptain Captain]]'' or ''[[NumberTwo First Officer]]'' of your air''liner'' turns off the "Fasten Seat Belts" signs you may move about the ''cabin''. Flight Attendants were once ''stewards'' and ''stewardesses'', and they still serve food and drinks from a ''galley''. Very large airliners have upper and lower ''decks''. Aircraft are kept on ''course'' and steered to ''port'' or ''starboard'' by ''pilots'' and one of the control-surfaces they use is the ''rudder''. At take-off and landing, the ''cabin crew'' are told to take their ''stations''. The space for luggage is ''cargo hold'' where the payload is ''shipped'' to the destination, and the place for relieving your internal pressure is ''head''. While airplanes have fuselages, flying boats have ''hulls''.
21st May '16 7:34:19 PM Prfnoff
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* In the UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame ''Sky Adventure'', the FinalBoss is a flying armored galley with oars.
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