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27th Aug '16 11:31:03 AM TheSimulation
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** There's also ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld'', where the plot revolves heavily around the guardian of the World Tree that comes into existance immediately after ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia Symphonia]]''. It's interesting that he's named [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ratatosk Ratatosk]], which connects to Norse mythology, which the game takes many ideas from.

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** There's also ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld'', where the plot revolves heavily around the guardian Summon Spirit of the Giant Kharlan Tree, the previous World Tree that comes into existance Tree, who awakens immediately after ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia Symphonia]]''. It's interesting that he's named [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ratatosk Ratatosk]], which connects to Norse mythology, which the game takes many ideas from.
22nd Jul '16 1:54:04 PM Morgenthaler
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* The Tree of Life and Death in {{Darksiders II}} which connects all the worlds in the cosmos together and allows easy travel between them.

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* The Tree of Life and Death in {{Darksiders VideoGame/{{Darksiders II}} which connects all the worlds in the cosmos together and allows easy travel between them.
17th Jul '16 1:17:38 AM Ekelai
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* In ''Animation/GuardianFaryMichel'', while the Tree of Life isn't gigantic, its life force sustains the balance of nature and the world.

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* In ''Animation/GuardianFaryMichel'', ''Animation/GuardianFairyMichel'', while the Tree of Life isn't gigantic, its life force sustains the balance of nature and the world.


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* In ''Manga/MobPsycho100'', the Divine Tree which is actually a giant head of Broccoli fills a similar purpose, as it springs up in the middle of Seasoning City following [[spoiler: Mob's battle against the leader of the Claw organization, and causes anyone who eats of it becomes a worshipper of Mob due to it being created by Mob putting his and Touichirou's excess power in some broccoli seeds he had in his pocket]].
15th Jul '16 4:56:41 AM Morgenthaler
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The World Tree may exist ''between'' worlds, with its roots in one and its branches in another. It may even be a [[PortalNetwork Wood Between The Worlds]]. It's naturally a GeniusLoci. See also LayeredWorld and TheTower.

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The World Tree may exist ''between'' worlds, with its roots in one and its branches in another. It may even be a [[PortalNetwork Wood Between The Worlds]]. It's naturally a GeniusLoci. See also LayeredWorld and TheTower.
TheTower. Compare TreeVessel.
18th May '16 4:51:52 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Film/{{Thor}}'' movie (and, by extension, the entire MarvelCinematicUniverse) has one, which binds the nine realms (Earth/Midgard, Asgard, Jotunheim, etc.) together. You can see Yggdrasil hovering as the universe itself during the end credits, as well as being formed in the lightning arcs striking the ceiling of Heimdall's observatory, whenever the Bifrost is active.

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* The ''Film/{{Thor}}'' movie (and, by extension, the entire MarvelCinematicUniverse) Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse) has one, which binds the nine realms (Earth/Midgard, Asgard, Jotunheim, etc.) together. You can see Yggdrasil hovering as the universe itself during the end credits, as well as being formed in the lightning arcs striking the ceiling of Heimdall's observatory, whenever the Bifrost is active.
12th May '16 1:03:08 AM justanid
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The World Tree may exist ''between'' worlds, with its roots in one and its branches in another. It may even be a [[PortalNetwork Wood Between The Worlds]]. It's naturally a GeniusLoci. See also TheTower.

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The World Tree may exist ''between'' worlds, with its roots in one and its branches in another. It may even be a [[PortalNetwork Wood Between The Worlds]]. It's naturally a GeniusLoci. See also LayeredWorld and TheTower.
2nd May '16 9:23:52 PM Averagemoe
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* Videogame/Wizard101 has Bartleby, reffered to as the grandfather tree. He's the oldest living being in existance (he claims to be only a few seconds younger than the stars) and is the source of all magic. He sang a great song that brought the titans into existance, and now uses his roots to hold together the ShatteredWrold.

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* Videogame/Wizard101 has Bartleby, reffered to as the grandfather tree. He's the oldest living being in existance (he claims to be only a few seconds younger than the stars) and is the source of all magic. He sang a great song that brought the titans into existance, and now uses his roots to hold together the ShatteredWrold.ShatteredWorld.
2nd May '16 9:23:15 PM Averagemoe
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* Videogame/Wizard101 has Bartleby, reffered to as the grandfather tree. He's the oldest living being in existance (he claims to be only a few seconds younger than the stars) and is the source of all magic. He sang a great song that brought the titans into existance, and now uses his roots to hold together the ShatteredWrold.
5th Mar '16 10:16:13 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* It is mentioned in the first chapter of the ''[[Fanfic/DisneysWarACrossoverStory Disney Crossover Series]]'' that a tree with many branches is a common metaphor of the Disney Multiverse in the Disney Kingdom's old myths, though the Multiverse probably doesn't look quite like this.
3rd Mar '16 6:11:33 PM Paranoia
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* Employed in "The Swamp", the fourth episode of the second season of Asian-influenced ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. The protagonists come across a vast, mysterious wetland known as "The Foggy Swamp", which is actually made of one ancient banyan-grove tree. The wetland is a [[GeniusLoci unified, living organism]]. Its tribal inhabitants base their philosophies on this phenomenon, in believing that everything in the world, living or once living, is connected (And indeed, the Gaang does see visions of people they know and will meet: Sokka sees [[FirstLove Yue]], Katara sees [[MissingMom Kya]], and Aang sees [[LittleMissBadass Toph]]), and they "all have the same roots and are all branches of the same tree."\

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* Employed in "The Swamp", the fourth episode of the second season of Asian-influenced ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. The protagonists come across a vast, mysterious wetland known as "The Foggy Swamp", which is actually made of one ancient banyan-grove tree. The wetland is a [[GeniusLoci unified, living organism]]. Its tribal inhabitants base their philosophies on this phenomenon, in believing that everything in the world, living or once living, is connected (And indeed, the Gaang does see visions of people they know and will meet: Sokka sees [[FirstLove Yue]], Katara sees [[MissingMom Kya]], and Aang sees [[LittleMissBadass Toph]]), and they "all have the same roots and are all branches of the same tree."\"
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