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15th Sep '16 4:45:25 PM sorako
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}} 6: Road to Ninja'' features the titular character and his teammate, Sakura, being sent to an AlternateUniverse by Tobi.
* ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere''. This is an exceptional example of this trope because the creators [[{{Deconstruction}} threw out every convention associated with it from episode 1]]. Shu sees a strange young girl sitting on a smokestack on his way home from school and goes to meet her. As he is introducing himself he and the girl are attacked by people teleporting in from the distant future in pursuit of that girl. True to the genre Shu picks up a stick and fights to defend the girl. He immediately gets his ass handed to him and both he and the girl are dragged forward billions of years where Earth is a dying desert planet orbiting a sun in the early stages of nova. What follows is a relentless thirteen episode trip through the ninth ring of Hell.

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}} 6: Road to Ninja'' ''Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja'' features the titular character and his teammate, Sakura, being sent to an AlternateUniverse by Tobi.
* ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere''. ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere'': This is an exceptional example of this trope because the creators [[{{Deconstruction}} threw out every convention associated with it from episode 1]]. Shu sees a strange young girl sitting on a smokestack on his way home from school and goes to meet her. As he is introducing himself he and the girl are attacked by people teleporting in from the distant future in pursuit of that girl. True to the genre Shu picks up a stick and fights to defend the girl. He immediately gets his ass handed to him and both he and the girl are dragged forward billions of years where Earth is a dying desert planet orbiting a sun in the early stages of nova. What follows is a relentless thirteen episode trip through the ninth ring of Hell.
15th Sep '16 4:43:37 PM sorako
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'' starts off as a straight example, at first. But later arcs show that the series is a massive {{Deconstruction}} and TakeThat at the genre's many different modern conventions created by the likes of SAO.

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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'' starts off as a straight example, at first. But later arcs show that the series is a massive {{Deconstruction}} and TakeThat at the genre's many different modern conventions created by the likes of SAO.''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline''.



%%** Season 3 of ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''.
15th Sep '16 4:41:49 PM sorako
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero''' starts off as a straight example, at first. But later arcs show that the series is a massive Deconstruction and TakeThat at the genre's many different modern conventions created by the likes of SAO.

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* ''LightNovel/ReZero''' ''LightNovel/ReZero'' starts off as a straight example, at first. But later arcs show that the series is a massive Deconstruction {{Deconstruction}} and TakeThat at the genre's many different modern conventions created by the likes of SAO.
15th Sep '16 3:43:32 PM Someoneman
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* ''VideoGame/WarioLand3'' starts with Wario finding a music box in a cave, which suck him into another world. The god of said world promises to return Wario home if he can find the [[MacGuffin five music boxes]].
5th Sep '16 8:03:58 PM Gamermaster
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* Downplayed in ''Manga/KobayashiSanChiNoMaidDragon''. While none of the dragons are natives of Earth, most of them have the ability to freely conjure up inter-dimensional portals. The only ones who are "trapped" on Earth are Kanna and Elma. Kanna could theoretically go back at any time with Tooru's help, but she'd just be sent back to Earth anyway because she had been banished. Elma on the other hand got stuck chasing after Tooru, lacks the ability to make her own portals, and isn't on the best of terms with those who can.
5th Sep '16 2:27:19 AM XanderVJ
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* In first Arc of ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', Kirito, his harem girls and 9,000-something other players are trapped in titular VR game Sword Art Online by an [[BlueAndOrangeMorality not-malicious-]][[PsychopathicManChild but]][[AGodAmI -still-]][[KillerGameMaster responsible-for-4000-death]] [[TheGMIsACheatingBastard GM]], [[MadArtist Akihiko Kayaba]]. For ones not keeping record, this is Death Game which kills you in RealLife if you die in-game. The stories tell about survival (some ForTheEvulz players still doing PK), struggles of players to back home and Kirito flirting and expanding his harem.

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* In first Arc of ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', Kirito, his harem girls Kirito and 9,000-something other players are trapped in titular VR game Sword Art Online by an [[BlueAndOrangeMorality not-malicious-]][[PsychopathicManChild but]][[AGodAmI -still-]][[KillerGameMaster responsible-for-4000-death]] [[TheGMIsACheatingBastard GM]], [[MadArtist Akihiko Kayaba]]. For ones not keeping record, this is Death Game which kills you in RealLife if you die in-game. The stories tell about survival (some ForTheEvulz players still doing PK), struggles of players to go back home and Kirito flirting and expanding his harem.home.
23rd Aug '16 1:48:07 PM Steven
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* ''FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance''. And its sequel.

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* ''FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance''. And its sequel.''FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'' both use this as the main plot for the player character, but handle it in different ways. Advance has the main character wanting to go back to the real world because running away from life's problems is not healthy. A2 has the main character wanting to go home so he doesn't worry his aunt, but is in no rush to go home and tries to enjoy the time spent in the fantasy world.
15th Aug '16 1:27:57 PM margdean56
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* This is the raison d'etre for the Marvel comic series ''[[ComicBook/{{Exiles}} The Exiles]]''. Superpowered beings lost from their dimension, world hop until they get to go home.

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* This is the raison d'etre d'être for the Marvel comic series ''[[ComicBook/{{Exiles}} The Exiles]]''. Superpowered beings lost from their dimension, world hop until they get to go home.
12th Aug '16 8:05:55 PM nombretomado
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* The Hero of ''{{Albion}}'' ends up trapped on another planet, when losing contact with the factory ship he came with. After he saves the world from the ship's on-board supercomputer that was programmed to destroy it, he essentially traps the crew.

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* The Hero of ''{{Albion}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Albion}}'' ends up trapped on another planet, when losing contact with the factory ship he came with. After he saves the world from the ship's on-board supercomputer that was programmed to destroy it, he essentially traps the crew.
2nd Aug '16 7:07:02 AM whereismytea
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* * ''Anime/{{Endride}}'' has the protagonist get sucked into another world via a magic crystal. It turns out the other world, Endora, is just the inside of his own hollow world and the Endorans historically know of "the surface" even though "the surface" only has myths like Shamballa.

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* * ''Anime/{{Endride}}'' has the protagonist get sucked into another world via a magic crystal. It turns out the other world, Endora, is just the inside of his own hollow world and the Endorans historically know of "the surface" even though "the surface" only has myths like Shamballa.
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