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* DaysOfFuturePast: Middle Ages + Spaceships = ''StarWars''.

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* DaysOfFuturePast: Middle Ages + Spaceships = ''StarWars''.''Franchise/StarWars''.

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* StandardPostApocalypticSetting: A post-apocalyptic featuring a lot of mutants, ruined cities, and brown palettes.



* WorksSetInWorldWarI: 1914 - 1918
* WorksSetInWorldWarII: 1939 - 1945

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* WorksSetInWorldWarI: 1914 - -- 1918
* WorksSetInWorldWarII: 1939 - -- 1945

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* SinisterSouthwest: The American Southwest is basically a death trap.


* MonsterTown: A town entirely populated by monsters. May have a twisted, alien culture or one NotSoDifferent from ours.

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* MonsterTown: A town entirely populated by monsters. May have a twisted, alien culture or one NotSoDifferent from similar to ours.


* BubblyClouds: A world set in the clouds.


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* LevelInTheClouds: A VideoGame world set in the skies.


* ScenicRoute: SceneryPorn while traveling.

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++ MuseumOfTropes: Places where artifacts are on display for educational purposes.

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* InformedLocation


* YouthCenter: Places for kids with little parental supervision to play that's safer and more wholesome than the streets.

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* MenacingMuseum: A museum portrayed as ominous, dangerous or just plain evil.


* PossessiveParadise: A paradise setting with an unfortunate tendency towards the yandere.

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* PossessiveParadise: A paradise setting with an unfortunate tendency towards the yandere.{{yandere}}.



* PrivatelyOwnedSociety: Everything is owned by individuals, nothing is run by the government (at least not effectively). [[MarySuetopia Expect]] [[MarySuetopia Straw]].

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* PrivatelyOwnedSociety: Everything is owned by individuals, nothing is run by the government (at least not effectively). [[MarySuetopia Expect]] [[MarySuetopia Straw]].

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* LegalizedEvil: Where acts of wrongdoing among the populace are legally allowed by the setting's ruling authority.


* {{Whitehall}}: Where British shows about government agencies and politics take place.


* BigStore: The setting for a Long Con. It looks like a business now, but it'll be empty again next week.

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