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Discussion in 'Questions & Suggestions' started by Rani, Apr 7, 2017.

  1. Jack

    Jack Player

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    Midgar

    From FINAL FANTASY VII

    A massive, sprawling metropolis, it's easy to feel overwhelmed or lost when you look at Midgar, which serves as the power hub for the ShinRa Electric Power Company. The city is divided into eight sectors on top of a massive metal 'plate', with the ShinRa Headquarters serving as the very heart of Midgar. All eight of these locations are run by enormous Mako reactors, which have rendered the landscape for miles around the city inhospitable and dead.

    Midgar suffers from a severe case of class divide, and while half the city exists on the surface of the immense plates surrounding the ShinRa HQ, living in relative luxury, there is a sprawling set of slums that extend beneath the plate, where natural light rarely penetrates and shady deals are a part of life. It's a fascinating place to explore, just be warned that there are frequent monster attacks beneath the plate, and there are things hidden in the ShinRa HQ that should not be disturbed.
     
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    Lann Player

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    Atlantis

    From the DC Universe
    Atlantis is a sprawling underwater city, home to an advanced race of aquatic humanoids known as the Atlanteans. Lost to the sea tens of thousands of years ago, the existence of Atlantis has been one of the most persistent myths in human history, with countless attempts to discover the city's existence having failed, until the city saw fit to reveal itself to the surface. Atlantis is a place where both science and sorcery exist in perfect harmony, with mastery of the two allowing Atlantean technology and society to advance far beyond anything seen on the surface world.

    Naturally distrusting of outsiders, this distrust is often amplified into outright hatred for anyone who comes from the surface. They are an insular, isolationist society who rarely welcome visitors, even if they are forced to.
     
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  3. Wisdom

    Wisdom The Crazy Geek

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    City of Cyrkensia

    Fire Emblem


    A beautiful city in the small kingdom of Nestra, Cyrkensia is most famous for it's Opera House. In a continent where the two major countries of Nohr and Hoshido are at war, the citizens and soldiers from the two countries actually gather here in peace. The market offers Greek, ancient Roman, and oriental clothing, battle armor, all sorts of foods, as well as a small pond nearby to get lost in your thoughts. But the Opera House is like an entity of it's own. Famous singers and dancers are all welcome to perform for thousands of people on a stage separated from the rest of the building by a river. Gondolas are in it for viewing pleasure, as well as a few nosebleed seats for important individuals. So come and enjoy the city in all of it's glory.

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    Opera House:
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  4. Skooter910

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    The Indigo Quarry

    From Slime Rancher

    Glittering ore lines the walls of this Quarry; ore that seems valuable, until it is removed and dissipates outside its home. Of more interest in the quarry are the strange creatures inhabiting it. These creatures, called slimes, appear at first to be little more than adorable squishy things that bounce around without a care in the world. However, entering the quarry can be dangerous, as some of the slimes are covered with spikes that can be very painful if it bounces straight at your head, while others can explode for no reason. Still others give off radiation, to the point where standing too close can be lethal.

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  5. FullMoon

    FullMoon Shipping Trash
    Community Relations Division

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    Waterfall

    From UNDERTALE

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    Behind a waterfall lies a giant cave system, filled with harmless, glowing blue mushroom, water, glowing stones in the ceiling that almost look like the stars in the night sky and help provide light around the area. Along the way one might find blue flowers called Echo Flowers, which repeat the last sounds that it heard until it hears something else to replace it. Some of the trash that comes from the river flowing above it also ends up washing up in an area of the caves. It's a beautiful, yet oddly melancholic place. Who knows what could be hiding in it?

    Well, Temmie Village for one thing
     
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    Blix Twinkle twinkle, little bat.
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    Unseen University Library

    From TERRY PRATCHETT'S DISCWORLD

    The Library has endless shelves (no really), but is covered by a dome only a few hundred feet across. The endless shelves may well be concealed between the two shelves right in front of one's eyes. A wise visitor both studious and careful will tell their friends to come and look for them if they're not back from the Library in time for dinner. Even the Librarian (he's an Orangutan by the way but don't call him a monkey, it's a very long story) sometimes has to use a ball of thread to mark his own trail. Occasionally some brave explorer may gather a group of brave or unwisely curious visitors to find, for example, the Lost Reading Room. It's rumoured that one such expedition got lost in the maze of shelves and was forced to eat their own boots to survive; when they found the remains of the previous year's expedition they ate their boots too.

    All Unseen University grounds are permeated with magic - the ancient stone buildings housing far more rooms and corridors than their outer dimensions should allow. The Unseen Library is the most famously magical of the Unseen buildings. There are connections to every library and every collection of books in the Multiverse, by the principle of L-Space. This includes earlier and later versions of itself, imagine that! Every book ever written, every version of that book in every single moment of time, past and future!

    L-space
    , short for library-space. Even big collections of ordinary books distort space and time, as can readily be proved by anyone who has been around a really old-fashioned second-hand bookshop, one of those that has more staircases than storeys and those rows of shelves that end in little doors that are surely too small for a full sized human to enter.

    The relevant equation is Knowledge = Power = Energy = Matter = Mass; a good bookshop is just a genteel Black Hole that knows how to read. Mass distorts space into polyfractal L-space, in which Everywhere is also Everywhere Else.

    All libraries are connected in L-space by the bookwormholes created by the strong space-time distortions found in any large collection of books. Only very few learn the secret, and there are inflexible rules about making use of the fact - because it amounts to time travel.

    The three rules of the Librarians of Time and Space are: (1) Silence; (2) Books must be returned no later than the last date shown, and (3) the nature of causality must not be interfered with.

    More information here.