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29th Mar '18 9:35:41 PM nombretomado
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** The Cosmic Angel, Egg Utopia and Chaos Angel from the ''SonicAdvance'' series, a pair of space stations and the slowly collapsing, space-distorted remnants of Angel Island, respectively.

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** The Cosmic Angel, Egg Utopia and Chaos Angel from the ''SonicAdvance'' ''VideoGame/SonicAdvance'' series, a pair of space stations and the slowly collapsing, space-distorted remnants of Angel Island, respectively.
24th Mar '18 5:22:51 PM DrakeKelson
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** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'''s Scrap Brain (and, in the [=GameGear=] version, the Sky Base) Zones.

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** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'''s Scrap Brain (and, in the [=GameGear=] version, the Sky Base) Zones.Zones, both of which being the base of operations in which Eggman's machinations are born.



** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD'' has Metallic Madness Zone, the factory in which Eggman slowly mechanizes Little Planet. In the past, it is still under construction. In the present, it is simply an ordinary factory. In the BadFuture, it is a horrific wasteland devoid of plants and life slowly crumbling and perpetually malfunctioning, with the entirety of Little Planet implied to be in the same state. In the GoodFuture, it is a SolarPunk utopia where Eggman's machinations have all but been eradicated and plants and animals grow freely assisted by the same machines that once subjugated them, [[BreadEggsMilkSquick with only a few lingering deathtraps here and there.]]



** ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters''' Death Egg ''II'', a reassembled Death Egg.

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** ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters''' Death Egg ''II'', a reassembled Death Egg.Egg where Metal Sonic and Eggman wait to challenge you.



** ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'''s Space Colony ARK, a derelict space station made by Gerald Robotnik, the posthumous BiggerBad.
** The Cosmic Angel, Egg Utopia and Chaos Angel from the ''SonicAdvance'' series, a pair of space stations and the space-distorted remnants of Angel Island, respectively.

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** ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'''s Space Colony ARK, a derelict space station made by Gerald Robotnik, the posthumous BiggerBad.
BiggerBad, in the midst of preparing a laser to be fired directly at Earth, causing TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
** The Cosmic Angel, Egg Utopia and Chaos Angel from the ''SonicAdvance'' series, a pair of space stations and the slowly collapsing, space-distorted remnants of Angel Island, respectively.



** ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'''s Black Comet, the biological home base of the Black Arms.
** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'''s "End of the World," a time-displaced dimension made up of the remnants of Sonic's world after Solaris's rebirth.

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** ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'''s Black Comet, named in the Very Definitely Final PATH as The Last Way, the biological home base of the Black Arms.
Arms where the invasion begins in earnest.
** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'''s "End of the World," a time-displaced dimension made up of the remnants of Sonic's world slowly falling apart and distorting after Solaris's rebirth.


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** ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'' scales things back by taking place in a simple burning volcano, albeit with the added stipulation of Sonic's world slowly dying thanks to the Deadly Six.
** ''VideoGame/SonicMania'' has the Titanic Monarch Zone, a HumongousMecha the size of the Death Egg at LEAST situated atop Little Planet once more, and a distorted dimension in THERE caused by a malfunctioning [[ArtifactOfDoom Phantom Ruby.]]
** ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' has the Eggman Empire Fortress, a titanic stronghold in the middle of a desolate and dead area of the world, standing as a symbol of Eggman's conquest of the whole world.
2nd Mar '18 4:55:50 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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* The UsefulNotes/SuperBowl, especially in modern times. Whereas the other major American sports leagues (the [[UsefulNotes/NationalBasketballAssociation NBA]], [[UsefulNotes/{{Baseball}} MLB]], and the [[UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague NHL]]) have the teams play at each other's stadiums and arenas in a best-of-seven series, the [[UsefulNotes/NationalFootballLeague NFL]] schedules the Super Bowl years in advance, ostensibly in order to prevent a team from playing the one-off championship game on their home turf[[note]]It is theoretically possible for a team to do so, but no team has ever made it to the Super Bowl in a year when their stadium was hosting it. The 1979 Los Angeles Rams and the 1984 San Francisco 49ers both made it to the Super Bowl in years when it was held in their home cities, but both of those Super Bowls were scheduled for different stadiums (the Rose Bowl and Stanford Stadium, respectively).[[/note]] typically awarding it to the biggest, most modern and high-tech football stadiums in the country. This means that the two teams are facing off in one of America's biggest and fanciest sporting venues, one that was most likely built for exactly that purpose.
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26th Feb '18 7:05:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''SilentStorm'' ends with your squad storming the Thor's Hammer headquarters and facing off against the leader of the conspiracy who is [[spoiler:wearing a flying version of a [[PoweredArmor Panzerklein]]]]. The goal is to stop them from launching a KillSat that would allow them to dominate the ravaged post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII nations.

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* ''SilentStorm'' ''VideoGame/SilentStorm'' ends with your squad storming the Thor's Hammer headquarters and facing off against the leader of the conspiracy who is [[spoiler:wearing a flying version of a [[PoweredArmor Panzerklein]]]]. The goal is to stop them from launching a KillSat that would allow them to dominate the ravaged post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII nations.
22nd Feb '18 7:32:42 PM nombretomado
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* "Mother's Lair", the core of the GhostPlanet you've spent 90% of the game trying to reach, serves this role in ''RogueGalaxy''.

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* "Mother's Lair", the core of the GhostPlanet you've spent 90% of the game trying to reach, serves this role in ''RogueGalaxy''.''VideoGame/RogueGalaxy''.
16th Feb '18 7:45:54 PM CerotechOmega
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* The World Tree, and Elysium up top, has long been hinted to be the final destination in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'', but few anticipated that [[spoiler:it and the landscape around it are what remained of the old world with massive roots entwined around a high-tech orbital elevator]], and fewer still suspected that [[spoiler:the very satellite where Klaus conducted his fateful experiment]] was at the very top.
30th Jan '18 2:42:31 AM jormis29
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* ''VideoGame/FullmetalAlchemistAndTheBrokenAngel'' uses the highest tower on a castle, which was built for some inexplicable reason by the leader of the town, who isn't even a villain. ''Fullmetal Alchemist: Curse of the Crimson Elixir'' goes even further by having the final area be an enormous super-pyramid (the Spire of Lebis) in the middle of a reconstructed ancient city (complete with Golems imitating era-accurate people), and then when you reach the top of that, you're transported to the basement of the Spire, which is a humongous cavern (the ceiling fades to black), characterized by stone ledges built seemingly in the middle of an abyss with torches of blue fire set along them. And the far-off walls have rocks with glowing red eyes carved into them.

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* ''VideoGame/FullmetalAlchemistAndTheBrokenAngel'' uses the highest tower on a castle, which was built for some inexplicable reason by the leader of the town, who isn't even a villain. ''Fullmetal Alchemist: Curse of the Crimson Elixir'' ''VideoGame/FullmetalAlchemist2CurseOfTheCrimsonElixir'' goes even further by having the final area be an enormous super-pyramid (the Spire of Lebis) in the middle of a reconstructed ancient city (complete with Golems imitating era-accurate people), and then when you reach the top of that, you're transported to the basement of the Spire, which is a humongous cavern (the ceiling fades to black), characterized by stone ledges built seemingly in the middle of an abyss with torches of blue fire set along them. And the far-off walls have rocks with glowing red eyes carved into them.
26th Jan '18 10:18:31 AM Jubileus57
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'', we have the creepy, otherworldly [[spoiler:and aptly named Otherworld, which sets the game's AstralFinale.]]
9th Jan '18 1:39:43 AM Cryoclaste
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* The other games in the ''PhantasyStar'' series, however, usually play it straight: [[VideoGame/PhantasyStarII The control center for the entire solar system]], [[VideoGame/PhantasyStarIII an ancient city]], [[VideoGame/PhantasyStarIV the other side of a dimensional prison]], etc....

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* The other games in the ''PhantasyStar'' ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' series, however, usually play it straight: [[VideoGame/PhantasyStarII The control center for the entire solar system]], [[VideoGame/PhantasyStarIII an ancient city]], [[VideoGame/PhantasyStarIV the other side of a dimensional prison]], etc....
30th Dec '17 10:26:46 PM jormis29
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* ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist: Broken Angel'' uses the highest tower on a castle, which was built for some inexplicable reason by the leader of the town, who isn't even a villain. ''Fullmetal Alchemist: Curse of the Crimson Elixir'' goes even further by having the final area be an enormous super-pyramid (the Spire of Lebis) in the middle of a reconstructed ancient city (complete with Golems imitating era-accurate people), and then when you reach the top of that, you're transported to the basement of the Spire, which is a humongous cavern (the ceiling fades to black), characterized by stone ledges built seemingly in the middle of an abyss with torches of blue fire set along them. And the far-off walls have rocks with glowing red eyes carved into them.

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* ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist: Broken Angel'' ''VideoGame/FullmetalAlchemistAndTheBrokenAngel'' uses the highest tower on a castle, which was built for some inexplicable reason by the leader of the town, who isn't even a villain. ''Fullmetal Alchemist: Curse of the Crimson Elixir'' goes even further by having the final area be an enormous super-pyramid (the Spire of Lebis) in the middle of a reconstructed ancient city (complete with Golems imitating era-accurate people), and then when you reach the top of that, you're transported to the basement of the Spire, which is a humongous cavern (the ceiling fades to black), characterized by stone ledges built seemingly in the middle of an abyss with torches of blue fire set along them. And the far-off walls have rocks with glowing red eyes carved into them.
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