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Final Enter is a one chapter {{animesque}} {{webcomic}} made by a UsefulNotes/{{Libya}}n [[OneOfUs Troper]], [[http://ahmadmanga.yolasite.com/english Ahmad al-Hemmaly]]. It was originally [[UsefulNotes/ArabicLanguage Arabic]] only, but was made available in English.

[[http://www.mangamagazine.net/manga-and-comics/Final-Enter/detail-page/3216?lang=en It can be found here.]]

It's full of unexplained things and has monsters and Giant Guardians. TheProtagonist wants to accomplish something great never done by anyone before he dies, and to do this, there's nothing quite like going to a [[AnotherDimension parallel world]] and coming back, then cutting the road to it!

Since this is a OneShot, there are a lot of spoilers below.

!!Final Enter contains examples of:

* AlphabeticalThemeNaming: Aleph , baa' and jeem are letters in the Arabic language.
* AnotherDimension: The hero wants to enter a parallel world called '''TAILS'''; the guardian is the last obstacle.
* BeyondTheImpossible: The door is apparently indestructible; either it wasn't or the destroyer accomplished the impossible.
%%* HeroAntagonist
%%* ImmortalityImmorality: This is implied with the protagonist.
* LongLived: The protagonist said that [[spoiler:he's more than 100 years old]], though it may be a lie.
* NoNameGiven: One character is left unnamed, [[spoiler:and although he says he has a common name, we never hear it.]].
%%* ThisCannotBe: Said by [[spoiler:Aleph]] many times in [[spoiler:the 38 pages]].
%%* VillainProtagonist
%%* WorldsStrongestMan: The hero is this, and he's [[spoiler:not happy with that!! he even says getting this is just a dream for children]].