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28th Dec '17 10:41:44 AM BURGINABC
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* Creator/HieronymusBosch, dadaists, futurists, surrealists and many more [[MadArtist eccentric men of art]] loved this trope.

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* Creator/HieronymusBosch, dadaists, futurists, surrealists and Creator/HieronymusBosch was fond of this trope, seen most prominently in his infamous ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Garden_of_Earthly_Delights The Garden of Earthly Delights]]''
* Creator/SalvadorDali, the most famous of the Surrealist painters, depicted
many more [[MadArtist eccentric men of art]] loved this trope.these. The most famous and most-often-referenced of all is ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Persistence_of_Memory The Persistence of Memory]]'', which depicts a landscape strewn with melting clocks. That wasn't even half as bizarre as some of the scenes shown in [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ghost_of_Vermeer_of_Delft_Which_Can_Be_Used_As_a_Table some of his other lesser-known works]], though.
27th Dec '17 12:03:34 PM Rytex
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*** We see more of it in Season 7, when he invites Fluttershy over for tea. In his rush to make everything more normal for her, he organizes a realm of chaos, and this starts to make him disappear, because a being and realm of chaos cannot survive with too much harmony. It takes Fluttershy re-disorganizing everything again to save him from vanishing out of existence.
27th Nov '17 1:11:30 PM WillKeaton
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* Speaking of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', there also was an [[VideoGame/AliceInWonderland eponymous]] UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} game which featured a world which was a mix of all the nonsense from both original books plus some extra nonsense added, like ''a house inside a chess board inside a house inside a bath machine inside a house inside another house which is located underground''. You may read a LetsPlay of this game [[http://lparchive.org/LetsPlay/Alice here]].

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* Speaking of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', there also was an [[VideoGame/AliceInWonderland eponymous]] UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} game which featured a world which was a mix of all the nonsense from both original books plus some extra nonsense added, like ''a house inside a chess board inside a house inside a bath machine inside a house inside another house which is located underground''. You may read a LetsPlay of this game [[http://lparchive.org/LetsPlay/Alice here]].here.]]
11th Oct '17 12:43:30 PM Anorgil
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* The Nevernever in the ''Literature/DresdenFiles'' is home to [[AllMythsAreTrue nearly every mythological being there is]], and even saying nothing about how dangerous the inhabitants are, the laws of physics don't necessarily apply there either.
15th Sep '17 8:50:25 PM nombretomado
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* In an old {{Macintosh}} children's game called ''VideoGame/TheManhole'', you could climb a beanstalk growing out of the titular manhole: at the very top, you find a forest at night, in the middle of which is a tower that's actually a chess piece sitting in the corner of a vast network of underground canals--which you only realise when you reach the top of the tower. With the aid of a gondola-rowing elephant, you can use the canals to pay a visit to a walrus captain who operates an elevator that somehow arrives in a sunken ship, or you can carry on rowing and find yourself in the teacup of a talking rabbit who lives inside a fire hydrant just across from the Manhole.

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* In an old {{Macintosh}} UsefulNotes/{{Macintosh}} children's game called ''VideoGame/TheManhole'', you could climb a beanstalk growing out of the titular manhole: at the very top, you find a forest at night, in the middle of which is a tower that's actually a chess piece sitting in the corner of a vast network of underground canals--which you only realise when you reach the top of the tower. With the aid of a gondola-rowing elephant, you can use the canals to pay a visit to a walrus captain who operates an elevator that somehow arrives in a sunken ship, or you can carry on rowing and find yourself in the teacup of a talking rabbit who lives inside a fire hydrant just across from the Manhole.
12th Jul '17 1:49:42 AM GrammarNavi
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** Additionally, the [[spoiler: final boss is actually ''called'' "World of Chaos," [[WellThisIsNotThatTrope ButThisIsNotThatTrope]].]]

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** Additionally, the [[spoiler: final boss is actually ''called'' "World of Chaos," [[WellThisIsNotThatTrope ButThisIsNotThatTrope]].]]but this is not that trope.]]]]



* Hyrule is turned into this after Cia opens the Gate of Souls in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors''. ''Legends'' takes it UpToEleven with Foresaken Fortress, which is several locations from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaWindWaker'' that were nowhere near each other unceremoniously mashed together, with the ocean in the background abruptly cutting off in random places.

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* Hyrule is turned into this after Cia opens the Gate of Souls in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors''. ''Legends'' takes it UpToEleven with Foresaken Forsaken Fortress, which is several locations from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaWindWaker'' ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' that were nowhere near each other unceremoniously mashed together, with the ocean in the background abruptly cutting off in random places.
4th Jul '17 10:30:24 AM Perelandra
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* One interpretation of the very, ''very'' disjointed level design in ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' hinges on this aspect. It's nearly impossible to explain how one can fall into a giant whirlpool in the middle of a lake, end up in a dark underground sanctuary with titanic pillars and an enormous glowing crack in the sky, emerge from said cavern into a beautiful seaside town, travel dozens of miles to a drowned city by walking for ''five minutes'' through an underground passageway, descend below sea level into a cavern which happens to be AT sea level, and most mind boggling of all, ascend through an unseen elevator behind a giant windmill-laden tower in order to reach a sinking iron fortress...in the middle of a ''vast'' sea of lava which, if it's any indication, happens to be ''above cloud level.''
22nd Jun '17 7:07:37 AM Theriocephalus
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** In season 5 we see Discord's own PocketDimension where he's made his home, and no surprise, it's even more extreme. The AlienSky is a mix of constantly shifting blue and purple, the [[WorldInTheSky few pieces of lands are floating]], the gravity is largely optional and insentient, and some very weird fauna is seen flying around. Discord's house is rather tame in comparison, though it still has some weirdness, like furniture on the ceiling or upside-down stairs that lead to nowhere. It's also in the little details, like the window cleaner leaving wetness behind rather than removing it, or bunny-shaped dust bunnies sitting under the couch. When Discord washes dishes, he does it in reverse -- the dishes go into the sink clean and come out dirty.

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** In season 5 we see Discord's own PocketDimension where he's made his home, and no surprise, it's even more extreme. The AlienSky is a mix of constantly shifting blue and purple, the [[WorldInTheSky few pieces of lands are floating]], the gravity is largely optional and insentient, inconsistent, and some very weird fauna is seen flying around. Discord's house is rather tame in comparison, though it still has some weirdness, like furniture on the ceiling or upside-down stairs that lead to nowhere. It's also in the little details, like the window cleaner leaving wetness behind rather than removing it, or bunny-shaped dust bunnies sitting under the couch. When Discord washes dishes, he does it in reverse -- the dishes go into the sink clean and come out dirty.
22nd Jun '17 7:07:11 AM Theriocephalus
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** This is what Equestria becomes under Discord's influence, he being the embodiment of strife and disharmony. Features include cotton candy clouds that rain chocolate, fresh corn being popped, and the animals that feed on the giant apples fed by the rain growing long deer legs. And that's just after the ''opening credits''. Soon enough he's got day and night switching every few minutes, chunks of land flying around upside-down, flying earth ponies, giant houses of cards, roads turning into soap...
** In season 5 we see Discord's own PocketDimension where he set his home, and no surprise, it's even worse. The AlienSky is a mix of blue and purple constantly shifting, the [[WorldInTheSky few pieces of lands are floating]], the gravity is nonsensical, and some very weird fauna are seen flying around. Discord's house is rather tame in comparison, though it still has some weirdness, like furniture on the ceiling or upside-down stairs. It's also in the little details, like the window cleaner leaving wetness behind rather than removing it, or bunny-shaped dust bunnies sitting under the couch. When Discord washes dishes, he does it in reverse -- the dishes go into the sink clean and come out dirty.
*** [[spoiler: In the Season 5 finale, in one of the BadFuture alternate timelines, Discord has Equestria back under his old rule, and has made Princess Celestia and Princess Luna into his personal clowns to torture for eternity in friendly payback for their original defeat and imprisonment of him centuries prior.]]

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** This is what Equestria becomes under Discord's influence, he being the embodiment of strife and disharmony. Features include cotton candy clouds that rain chocolate, fresh corn being popped, and the animals that feed on the giant apples fed by the rain growing long deer legs. And that's just after the ''opening credits''. Soon enough he's got day and night switching every few minutes, chunks of land flying around upside-down, flying earth ponies, giant houses of cards, roads turning into soap...
soap... [[spoiler: In the Season 5 finale, in one of the BadFuture alternate timelines, Discord has Equestria back under his rule, and has made Princess Celestia and Princess Luna into his personal clowns to torture for eternity in payback for their original defeat and imprisonment of him centuries prior.]]
** In season 5 we see Discord's own PocketDimension where he set he's made his home, and no surprise, it's even worse. more extreme. The AlienSky is a mix of blue and purple constantly shifting, shifting blue and purple, the [[WorldInTheSky few pieces of lands are floating]], the gravity is nonsensical, largely optional and insentient, and some very weird fauna are is seen flying around. Discord's house is rather tame in comparison, though it still has some weirdness, like furniture on the ceiling or upside-down stairs.stairs that lead to nowhere. It's also in the little details, like the window cleaner leaving wetness behind rather than removing it, or bunny-shaped dust bunnies sitting under the couch. When Discord washes dishes, he does it in reverse -- the dishes go into the sink clean and come out dirty.
*** [[spoiler: In the Season 5 finale, in one of the BadFuture alternate timelines, Discord has Equestria back under his old rule, and has made Princess Celestia and Princess Luna into his personal clowns to torture for eternity in friendly payback for their original defeat and imprisonment of him centuries prior.]]
dirty.
20th May '17 6:41:58 PM AuraXtreme
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** Additionally, the [[spoiler: final boss is actually ''called'' "World of Chaos," ButThisIsNotThatTrope.]]

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** Additionally, the [[spoiler: final boss is actually ''called'' "World of Chaos," ButThisIsNotThatTrope.[[WellThisIsNotThatTrope ButThisIsNotThatTrope]].]]
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