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* There's an abandoned underwater base in ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER|1}}'', which was originally used by [[spoiler:Ninten's great-grandfather]].

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* There's an abandoned underwater base in ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER|1}}'', ''VideoGame/{{EarthboundBeginnings}}'', which was originally used by [[spoiler:Ninten's great-grandfather]].


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* This is the setting of the entire game of ''VideoGame/XPerts'', an underwater research facility/nuclear weapons storage that has been hijacked by terrorists.


* [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Eggman]] has a few of these.

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* [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog Eggman]] has a few of these.


* In ''ComicBook/SuperSons'', Batman and Superman gift one of these to Jon and Damian after they proved their ability to work as a team. It comes with everything: weight rooms for training, a supercomputer for analysis, and [[ArsonMurderJaywalking a mini-fridge for snacks.]]

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* In ''ComicBook/SuperSons'', Batman and Superman gift one of these to Jon and Damian after they proved their ability to work as a team. It comes with everything: weight rooms for training, a supercomputer for analysis, and [[ArsonMurderJaywalking [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a mini-fridge for snacks.]]

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* In ''ComicBook/SuperSons'', Batman and Superman gift one of these to Jon and Damian after they proved their ability to work as a team. It comes with everything: weight rooms for training, a supercomputer for analysis, and [[ArsonMurderJaywalking a mini-fridge for snacks.]]


* This is the setting for ''VideoGame/DeepFear'', and used as the justification for the oxygen-counter mechanics.

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* This ''VideoGame/DeepFear'' is essentially "''Franchise/ResidentEvil'', [[RecycledINSPACE but in an underwater military base!]]", although it does make use of the setting update, mainly by adding the lack of oxygen and conserving it as major game mechanics. It also [[{{Deconstruction}} quietly acknowledges how]] [[RealityEnsues incredibly expensive a facility would be to make]], requiring civilian corporations to share parts of it for ''VideoGame/DeepFear'', and used as maintenance after the justification for the oxygen-counter mechanics.US Navy cut its funding -- one of which was an agricultural company breeding surface animals to become your enemies [[GoneHorriblyWrong when a mutating virus spreads around]]. Whoops.


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* Grineer MadScientist Tyl Regor from ''VideoGame/{{Warframe}}'' owns several labs under the surface of Uranus' oceans[[note]]Yes, an ice giant. It has been {{terraform}}ed at some point into an ocean planet, complete with seabed and habitable surface.[[/note]], featuring Grineer Drekar units and water leaking from the ceilings.



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* In ''VideoGame/{{Subnautica}}'', you can make these using the Builder tool and raw materials.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Subnautica}}'', you can make these using the Builder tool tool, the right blueprints, and raw materials.materials. [[spoiler:You get most of these blueprints from scanning abandoned bases left behind by the survivors of another human spaceship that crash-landed on the planet years earlier. And then you find decidedly non-human installations built by the very same alien {{Precursors}} that are responsible for your predicament in the first place...]]

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* Plenty of these have shown up in ComicBook/Aquaman stories. For examble, Dr. Stephen Shin worked at a research station called Triton Base.

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* ''WebOriginal/HowToHero'' mentions that the superhero team Hero Force has an underwater headquarters where they host mahjong night for retired superheroes every Thursday at 3 pm.


* ''ComicBook/Superboy1994'': The villainous Silicon Dragons' base is an elaborate underwater affair off the coast of Maui that gets flooded section by section as Superboy and the ComicBook/SuicideSquad infiltrate it.

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* ''ComicBook/Superboy1994'': ''[[ComicBook/Superboy1994 Superboy Volume 4]]'': The villainous Silicon Dragons' base is an elaborate underwater affair off the coast of Maui that gets flooded section by section as Superboy and the ComicBook/SuicideSquad infiltrate it.

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* In ''VideoGame/BeyondTwoSouls'' you infiltrate an underwater base where the Chinese are trying to build a condenser portal.


* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' has one owned by the good guys on Manaan. "Owned" being in the past tense.

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* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' has one owned by the good guys Selkath on Manaan. "Owned" being in the past tense.

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** The final mission of ''VideoGame/XCOM2'' involves an assault on an ADVENT controlled underwater base.


** As discussed in the splatbook for [[TabletopGame/GameTheAscension the Void Engineers]], there are several that are maintained by the Engineers, as their explicit aims are to explore everything, not just space or Umbral realms (plus, things learned with underwater exploration are frequently applicable for exploring space/other dimensions). However, prior to the Avatar Storm, this was given much less attention (and, consequently, much less budget than other Engineer programs).

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** As discussed in the splatbook for [[TabletopGame/GameTheAscension [[TabletopGame/MageTheAscension the Void Engineers]], there are several that are maintained by the Engineers, as their explicit aims are to explore everything, not just space or Umbral realms (plus, things learned with underwater exploration are frequently applicable for exploring space/other dimensions). However, prior to the Avatar Storm, this was given much less attention (and, consequently, much less budget than other Engineer programs). Post-Avatar Storm, their remoteness (particularly from the Sleepers) combined with the loss of bases in Umbral realms result in increased importance of these bases for the Technocracy as a whole; several even get upgraded to [[UnderwaterCity Underwater Cities]].

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