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->"Ever since the night that we died, we have been like we are now. Never belonging to any place, lost in time. [[TitleDrop Everywhere and yet, at the same time, Nowhere.]]"
--> William Rosencrantz

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since the night that we died, we have been like we are now. Never belonging to any place, lost in time. [[TitleDrop Everywhere and yet, at the same time, Nowhere.]]"
--> William Rosencrantz
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-->-- '''William Rosencrantz'''


* ApocalypseHow: One of the series' mysteries is why the world gets destroyed on Christmas Day 2050. [[spoiler: It's Guildenstern and Rosencrantz's own fault, but it's heavily implied to be the doing of their evil future counterparts.]]

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* ApocalypseHow: One of the series' series's mysteries is why the world gets destroyed on Christmas Day 2050. [[spoiler: It's Guildenstern and Rosencrantz's own fault, but it's heavily implied to be the doing of their evil future counterparts.]]



* CatapultNightmare: [[spoiler: Rosencrantz has these frequently, when he dreams of future Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and when he dreams of Prince Hamlet, whom he accidentally helped King Claudius betray.]]

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* CatapultNightmare: [[spoiler: Rosencrantz has these frequently, frequently; when he dreams of future Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and when he dreams of Prince Hamlet, whom he accidentally helped King Claudius betray.]]

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* ApocalypseHow: One of the series' mysteries is why the world gets destroyed on Christmas Day 2050. [[spoiler: It's Guildenstern and Rosencrantz's own fault, but it's heavily implied to be the doing of their evil future counterparts.]]

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* CatapultNightmare: [[spoiler: Rosencrantz has these frequently, when he dreams of future Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and when he dreams of Prince Hamlet, whom he accidentally helped King Claudius betray.]]


* TimeyWimeyBall: This is more or less [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent how time travel]] [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/ep-36-time-displacement/viewer?title_no=1598&episode_no=36 is explained]], except that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern can never visit their past selves. [[spoiler: Or at least, they ''shouldn't'' be able to...]]

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* TimeyWimeyBall: This is more or less [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent how time travel]] [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/ep-36-time-displacement/viewer?title_no=1598&episode_no=36 is explained]], except that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern can never visit their past selves. [[spoiler: Or at least, they ''shouldn't'' be able to...]]
* OrWasItADream: When Rosencrantz first has a vision of [[spoiler: Future Guildenstern and Future Rosencrantz]], he isn't sure if it was a dream or not. [[spoiler: It wasn't.
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* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: Although he's never actually mentioned in the comic, let alone ''seen,'' King Claudius was the one who tricked Rosencrantz and Guildenstern into betraying Hamlet in the original Shakespeare play, and sent them to their deaths.]]



* TimeyWimeyBall: This is more or less [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent how time travel]] [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/ep-36-time-displacement/viewer?title_no=1598&episode_no=36 is explained]], except that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern can never visit their past selves. [[spoiler: Or at least, they shouldn't be able to...]]

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* StableTimeLoop: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern accidentally create one when they go back a little too early to enlist help from a teenage Einstein, inspiring him to conduct research into his theory of relativity.
* TimeyWimeyBall: This is more or less [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent how time travel]] [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/ep-36-time-displacement/viewer?title_no=1598&episode_no=36 is explained]], except that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern can never visit their past selves. [[spoiler: Or at least, they shouldn't ''shouldn't'' be able to...]]


Written by [[https://twitter.com/merryweatherey?lang=en Merryweathery]] (of ''Webcomic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' and ''Webcomic/{{Stalker x Stalker}}'' fame) and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/pcmaniac88?lang=en PeaCh]], ''Everywhere and Nowhere'' is one of Merryweathery's lesser-known works, featuring a different artist than his usual partner Princess Hinghoi. Nevertheless, it's also one of his more plot-heavy comics, and has significantly more episodes and a more frequent update schedule than either ''Internet Explorer'' or ''Stalker x Stalker.'' The entire comic can be found on [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/list?title_no=1598 Webtoon]], and has a surprisingly frequent update schedule, with new episodes released every Wednesday and Sunday.

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Written by [[https://twitter.com/merryweatherey?lang=en Merryweathery]] (of ''Webcomic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' and ''Webcomic/{{Stalker x Stalker}}'' fame) and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/pcmaniac88?lang=en PeaCh]], PeaCh,]] ''Everywhere and Nowhere'' is one of Merryweathery's lesser-known works, featuring a different artist than his usual partner Princess Hinghoi. Nevertheless, it's also one of his more plot-heavy comics, and has significantly more episodes and a more frequent update schedule than either ''Internet Explorer'' or ''Stalker x Stalker.'' The entire comic can be found on [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/list?title_no=1598 Webtoon]], and has a surprisingly frequent update schedule, with new episodes released every Wednesday and Sunday.


* TimeyWimeyBall: This is more or less [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent how time travel]] [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/ep-36-time-displacement/viewer?title_no=1598&episode_no=36 is explained]], except that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern can never visit their past selves. [[spoiler: or at least, they shouldn't be able to...]]

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* TimeyWimeyBall: This is more or less [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent how time travel]] [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/ep-36-time-displacement/viewer?title_no=1598&episode_no=36 is explained]], except that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern can never visit their past selves. [[spoiler: or Or at least, they shouldn't be able to...]]


Written by [[https://twitter.com/merryweatherey?lang=en Merryweathery]] (of ''Webcomic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' and Webcomic/{{StalkerXStalker}} and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/pcmaniac88?lang=en PeaCh]], ''Everywhere and Nowhere'' is one of Merryweathery's lesser-known works, featuring a different artist than his usual partner Princess Hinghoi. Nevertheless, it's also one of his more plot-heavy comics, and has significantly more episodes and a more frequent update schedule than either ''Internet Explorer'' or ''Stalker x Stalker.'' The entire comic can be found on [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/list?title_no=1598 Webtoon]], and has a surprisingly frequent update schedule, with new episodes released every Wednesday and Sunday.

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Written by [[https://twitter.com/merryweatherey?lang=en Merryweathery]] (of ''Webcomic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' and Webcomic/{{StalkerXStalker}} ''Webcomic/{{Stalker x Stalker}}'' fame) and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/pcmaniac88?lang=en PeaCh]], ''Everywhere and Nowhere'' is one of Merryweathery's lesser-known works, featuring a different artist than his usual partner Princess Hinghoi. Nevertheless, it's also one of his more plot-heavy comics, and has significantly more episodes and a more frequent update schedule than either ''Internet Explorer'' or ''Stalker x Stalker.'' The entire comic can be found on [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/list?title_no=1598 Webtoon]], and has a surprisingly frequent update schedule, with new episodes released every Wednesday and Sunday.


[[caption-width-right:350: [[TagLine Flirting their way through history]]]]
->"Ever since the night that we died, we have been like we are now. Never belonging to any place, lost in time. Everywhere and yet, at the same time, Nowhere."

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[TagLine Flirting their way through history]]]]
history.]]]]
->"Ever since the night that we died, we have been like we are now. Never belonging to any place, lost in time. [[TitleDrop Everywhere and yet, at the same time, Nowhere." ]]"



After their deaths in the famous Shakespearean tragedy ''Literature/{{Hamlet}},'' William Rosencrantz and Anne Guildenstern find themselves [[FishOutOfTemporalWater flung forward to the present day]], and quickly discover that they are now immortal and can [[TimeTravel travel through time]] to any point in history, except for their original time period and, for some strange reason, Christmas Day, 2050 - apparently the day [[ApocalypseHow the world ends]], because on December 26, 2050, everything has been reduced to ruin.

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After their deaths in the famous Shakespearean tragedy ''Literature/{{Hamlet}},'' ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}},'' William Rosencrantz and Anne Guildenstern find themselves [[FishOutOfTemporalWater flung forward to the present day]], and quickly discover that they are now immortal and can [[TimeTravel travel through time]] to any point in history, except for their original time period and, for some strange reason, Christmas Day, 2050 - apparently the day [[ApocalypseHow the world ends]], because on December 26, 2050, everything has been reduced to ruin.



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** AnachronicOrder: The premise makes it easy to reveal details about the plot after they happen, and with the exception of the prologue it is sometimes difficult to follow.
* BeenThereShapedHistory: Very common.
* InMediasRes: With the exception of the prologue, most of the time the story is flung at the reader right as it happens, with context being delivered later if at all.
* OurTimeTravelIsDifferent: The rules of TimeTravel in this universe are a little different than usual.
* TimeyWimeyBall: This is more or less [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent how time travel]] [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/ep-36-time-displacement/viewer?title_no=1598&episode_no=36 is explained]], except that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern can never visit their past selves. [[spoiler: or at least, they shouldn't be able to...]]

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/d4iwywfuuaazx9a.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350: [[TagLine Flirting their way through history]]]]
->"Ever since the night that we died, we have been like we are now. Never belonging to any place, lost in time. Everywhere and yet, at the same time, Nowhere."
--> William Rosencrantz

After their deaths in the famous Shakespearean tragedy ''Literature/{{Hamlet}},'' William Rosencrantz and Anne Guildenstern find themselves [[FishOutOfTemporalWater flung forward to the present day]], and quickly discover that they are now immortal and can [[TimeTravel travel through time]] to any point in history, except for their original time period and, for some strange reason, Christmas Day, 2050 - apparently the day [[ApocalypseHow the world ends]], because on December 26, 2050, everything has been reduced to ruin.

In order to ground them in a sense of reality, Rosencrantz decides to enroll himself and Guildenstern in a modern, upper-class high school, where the two of them meet friends, enemies, and try to experience some semblance of a normal life... while not going on adventures and meeting [[BeenThereShapedHistory famous historical figures]], of course. However, Rosencrantz has a deeper motivation for doing this than he originally lets on, as he has reason to fear immortality could take its toll on his and Guildenstern's sanity, although Guildenstern [[ObfuscatingStupidity isn't entirely clueless about this, either]]...

Written by [[https://twitter.com/merryweatherey?lang=en Merryweathery]] (of ''Webcomic/IMadeAComicAboutInternetExplorer'' and Webcomic/{{StalkerXStalker}} and illustrated by [[https://twitter.com/pcmaniac88?lang=en PeaCh]], ''Everywhere and Nowhere'' is one of Merryweathery's lesser-known works, featuring a different artist than his usual partner Princess Hinghoi. Nevertheless, it's also one of his more plot-heavy comics, and has significantly more episodes and a more frequent update schedule than either ''Internet Explorer'' or ''Stalker x Stalker.'' The entire comic can be found on [[https://www.webtoons.com/en/comedy/everywhere-and-nowhere/list?title_no=1598 Webtoon]], and has a surprisingly frequent update schedule, with new episodes released every Wednesday and Sunday.

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