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6th Jun '16 1:20:17 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]]

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]]''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
23rd May '16 5:13:58 PM Leid
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* In ''Manga/MahouTsukaiNoYome'', Chise goes to the land of the Fae (the anthill in specific) in order to be healed from using her magic too much. She spends a few days there at best, but comes out to find that she's lost two seasons.
9th May '16 8:22:52 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/{{Munchhausen}}'' offers a curious example. The Moon exists in some sort of time warp where time is sped up; an hour on the moon is equivalent to a year on Earth. Unfortunately, people on the Moon still age by Earth time, so after an hour on the Moon, you have physically aged a year. This is no problem for the Baron as he is immortal, never aging due to Cagliostro's magic. However, his faithful servant Kuchenreutter has no magic charm, so over the span of a few hours Kuchenreutter grows old and dies of old age.
6th May '16 4:13:43 AM WhosAsking
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* The later books of {{Creator/Piers Anthony}}'s ''Literature/ApprenticeAdept'' establishes that three of Phaze's four poles hide a chamber where this trope applies. One runs 12:1, another runs 12 squared (144:1), and the last 12 ''cubed'' (1728:1). The fourth pole [[YearInsideHourOutside runs the other way]] at 1:56.
6th May '16 4:01:30 AM WhosAsking
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In ''Literature/ManifoldTime'' by Stephen Baxter, the Blue Children's silver bubble timeship works like this; while only minutes pass inside, over 200 years pass outside.

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* In ''Literature/ManifoldTime'' by Stephen Baxter, the Blue Children's silver bubble timeship works like this; while only minutes pass inside, over 200 years pass outside.outside.
* The later books of {{Creator/Piers Anthony}}'s ''Literature/ApprenticeAdept'' establishes that three of Phaze's four poles hide a chamber where this trope applies. One runs 12:1, another runs 12 squared (144:1), and the last 12 ''cubed'' (1728:1). The fourth pole [[YearInsideHourOutside runs the other way]] at 1:56.
4th May '16 5:12:17 PM nombretomado
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* This happened in the ''{{Captain Planet and the Planeteers}}'' two-parter "Summit to Save the Earth" episode. Inside Zarm's ship, every minute that passed would equate to a month outside, so that when the Planeteers got booted from the ship the world had become a wasteland.

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* This happened in the ''{{Captain ''WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet and the Planeteers}}'' two-parter "Summit to Save the Earth" episode. Inside Zarm's ship, every minute that passed would equate to a month outside, so that when the Planeteers got booted from the ship the world had become a wasteland.
24th Apr '16 12:51:13 AM WhosAsking
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* ''Manga/{{Mushishi}}'' touched on the subject in one episode, noting a ''mushi'' that gathered together out to sea, and anyone caught up in it would be swept up in its altered perception of time, causing this trope. People who don't realize this and escape end up trapped inside and become merged with the ''mushi''.
28th Mar '16 5:19:49 AM Arivne
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** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-163 SCP-163 ("An Old Castaway")]]. After an alien being crash-landed on Earth millions of years ago, its ship was encased in a stasis field that protected it from being crushed by collapsed rock. When the rock was removed, the stasis field disappeared and released the alien, which has not aged at all in the intervening time.
20th Mar '16 10:49:01 AM nombretomado
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* ''TheAngryBeavers'' called in a form of this trope and [[PlayedForLaughs used it as a punchline]]. The two newly-emancipated characters wish to stay up all night, but accidentally unplug the wall clock during their shenanigans. When this is finally discovered, the step outside to see what time it is. What greets them is a {{Zeerust}} city that was definitely NOT there when they started. [[RuleOfFunny No magical or technological time dilation is mentioned.]]

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* ''TheAngryBeavers'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'' called in a form of this trope and [[PlayedForLaughs used it as a punchline]]. The two newly-emancipated characters wish to stay up all night, but accidentally unplug the wall clock during their shenanigans. When this is finally discovered, the step outside to see what time it is. What greets them is a {{Zeerust}} city that was definitely NOT there when they started. [[RuleOfFunny No magical or technological time dilation is mentioned.]]
18th Mar '16 5:24:46 AM Arivne
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** ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}}'' magazine #42 adventure "Legacy of the Liosalfar". Each hour spent in the Faerie Realm equals 24 hours passing in the mortal world.
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