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27th Mar '17 10:23:42 AM crazysamaritan
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** ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Ultra-Tech'' has a number of time warping technologies such as the devastatingly effective Tau-Shields. Even at [[TechnologyLevels TL]][[AbusingTheKardashevScaleForFunAndProfit 12]] the technologies are the domain of superscience. In ''Spaceships'' the rules [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything account for relatvity]].

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** ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Ultra-Tech'' has a number of time warping technologies such as the devastatingly effective Tau-Shields. Even at [[TechnologyLevels TL]][[AbusingTheKardashevScaleForFunAndProfit 12]] the technologies are the domain of superscience. In ''Spaceships'' the rules [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[DevelopersForesight account for relatvity]].
23rd Mar '17 11:50:48 AM DracoKanji
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* OlderThanRadio: The German legend [[http://www.kellscraft.com/LegendsRhine/legendsrhine082.html ''The monk of Heisterbach'']] uses this to illustrate the endless power of God. There's also a more dramatic poem by the romantic writer von Königswinter.
** Variations of the legend ("the monk worried about eternity") is attested through the whole european folklore during the middle ages.

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* OlderThanRadio: The German legend [[http://www.kellscraft.com/LegendsRhine/legendsrhine082.html ''The monk of Heisterbach'']] uses this to illustrate the endless power of God. There's also a more dramatic poem by the romantic writer von Königswinter.
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Königswinter. Variations of the legend ("the monk worried about eternity") is are attested through the whole european European folklore during the middle ages.Middle Ages.
* When Urashima Taro saved a turtle while fishing, he was rewarded by the Dragon King since the turtle was his daughter. He was invited to stay with them for a time, but he eventually returned to the surface. What seemed like three days to him turned out to be much longer, depending on the version of the story. In some, it's been over 50 years; in others, ''[[TimeAbyss 300]]''. The last gift he is given by the turtle princess is a box that she warns him not to open. It contains his lost age, and when he eventually opens it time catches up. For the much longer 300 year version, he turns to dust as a result.
23rd Mar '17 11:00:34 AM Olafur
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* Manifested, a webcomic about a normal guy who get's the power to travel into any fictional world he desires. He first goes into the Spiderman world and after spending a year in there, he managed to return to his own world and the mysterious person who gave him the power said that only an hour and a half passed outside.

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* Manifested, *Manifested, a webcomic about a normal guy who get's the power to travel into any fictional world he desires. He first goes into the Spiderman world and after spending a year in there, he managed to return to his own world and the mysterious person who gave him the power said that only an hour and a half passed outside.
23rd Mar '17 10:59:48 AM Olafur
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*Manifested, a webcomic about a normal guy who get's the power to travel into any fictional world he desires. He first goes into the Spiderman world and after spending a year in there, he managed to return to his own world and the mysterious person who gave him the power said that only an hour and a half passed outside.
23rd Mar '17 7:15:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "Mortynight Run", the titular characters go to an alien arcade where they play a virtual reality game called Roy. Morty seems to live an entire lifetime as Roy in a short period of time. In the next scene, Morty is still trying to make himself remember that it was just a game.

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In the ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "Mortynight Run", the titular characters go to an alien arcade where they play a virtual reality game called Roy. Morty seems to live an entire lifetime as Roy in a short period of time. In the next scene, Morty is still trying to make himself remember that it was just a game.
23rd Mar '17 7:15:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''TheWiseMansFear'', the hero Kvothe enters the Fae realm and lives through months of experiences. When he returns to the mortal world, only three days had passed.

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* In ''TheWiseMansFear'', ''Literature/TheWiseMansFear'', the hero Kvothe enters the Fae realm and lives through months of experiences. When he returns to the mortal world, only three days had passed.



* In an Al Brodax {{Popeye}} cartoon, Popeye is in a space capsule helping test out one's endurance during sixty days in it. After losing his cool after hear Brutus (in a recording) gloat, Popeye sets off cans of aerosol spinach which launches the space capsule skywards at the speed of light. This causes him to go ahead in time sixty times normal while causing everything on Earth to go backwards. Brutus' time with Olive turns out to be all for naught.
* In WesternAnimation/LegendsOfOzDorothysReturn, the Tin Man and Lion talk about how it's been years for them since Dorothy was in Oz, but the Scarecrow comforts them by saying for her it'll have only been just yesterday.

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* In an Al Brodax {{Popeye}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' cartoon, Popeye is in a space capsule helping test out one's endurance during sixty days in it. After losing his cool after hear Brutus (in a recording) gloat, Popeye sets off cans of aerosol spinach which launches the space capsule skywards at the speed of light. This causes him to go ahead in time sixty times normal while causing everything on Earth to go backwards. Brutus' time with Olive turns out to be all for naught.
* In WesternAnimation/LegendsOfOzDorothysReturn, ''WesternAnimation/LegendsOfOzDorothysReturn'', the Tin Man and Lion talk about how it's been years for them since Dorothy was in Oz, but the Scarecrow comforts them by saying for her it'll have only been just yesterday.
23rd Mar '17 7:14:01 AM Morgenthaler
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** In the episode ''Puhoy'' [[spoiler: this happens to Finn. He goes to a pillow world, grows up, gets married, and has children. After he dies, he wakes up again in his own world a few minutes later, and begins to tell Jake about [[AllJustADream a crazy dream he had]]. A phone call interrupts him, and Finn totally forgets even having a dream...if that's what it was in the first place.]]

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** In the episode ''Puhoy'' "Puhoy" [[spoiler: this happens to Finn. He goes to a pillow world, grows up, gets married, and has children. After he dies, he wakes up again in his own world a few minutes later, and begins to tell Jake about [[AllJustADream a crazy dream he had]]. A phone call interrupts him, and Finn totally forgets even having a dream...if that's what it was in the first place.]]
23rd Mar '17 7:12:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'': In the episode ''Puhoy'' [[spoiler: this happens to Finn. He goes to a pillow world, grows up, gets married, and has children. After he dies, he wakes up again in his own world a few minutes later, and begins to tell Jake about [[AllJustADream a crazy dream he had]]. A phone call interrupts him, and Finn totally forgets even having a dream...if that's what it was in the first place.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'': ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
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In the episode ''Puhoy'' [[spoiler: this happens to Finn. He goes to a pillow world, grows up, gets married, and has children. After he dies, he wakes up again in his own world a few minutes later, and begins to tell Jake about [[AllJustADream a crazy dream he had]]. A phone call interrupts him, and Finn totally forgets even having a dream...if that's what it was in the first place.]]
23rd Mar '17 7:12:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* Neverland from ''Disney/PeterPan''. The Darling children and Peter Pan actually arrive there at night, they spend one night there, and they all return to London the following night, all without their parents even noticing that their children are gone! It's also implied that being in Neverland doesn't actually halt aging altogether but rather slows it down to the extent that it only seems like it halts aging (Hook's pirates were clearly adults, and the Indians, besides the Chief's daughter, were also shown to be adults as well).
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* Neverland from ''Disney/PeterPan''. The Darling children and Peter Pan actually arrive there at night, they spend one night there, and they all return to London the following night, all without their parents even noticing that their children are gone! It's also implied that being in Neverland doesn't actually halt aging altogether but rather slows it down to the extent that it only seems like it halts aging (Hook's pirates were clearly adults, and the Indians, besides the Chief's daughter, were also shown to be adults as well).
23rd Mar '17 7:11:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''Literature/PeterPan'' books, time is slowed, but not by a lot. Peter has to keep leaving Neverland to find more Lost Boys, or to ditch them when they become too old.



** In the books, time is slowed, but not by a lot. Peter has to keep leaving Neverland to find more Lost Boys, or to ditch them when they become too old.
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