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  • Realms
    • Anterwold
        • Fantasy realm where the political differences of the inhabitants — urban and pastoral, rich and poor, insider and outsider — are kept in what-should-be-eternal balance by a ritual known as the Abasement.
    • Anubis Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw victim #123 of 123 is Lawless from the Anubis Universe.
    • Armageddon
        • War torn realm where Vin finds himself during a shot - apparently a sort of holding pen created by someone from the future.
    • Asgard
        • Thor's home world, also known as the realm eternal.
    • The Bad Idea Place
        • Fake place the Judge makes a joke about referring to the group's idea that they either all pass their tests and go to The Good Place together, or go to the Bad Place, even if just one of them fails. (Season 2 episode 11 The Burrito)
    • Beyond
        • Name the survivors aboard the adrift generational ship give the world beyond what they can see. (Season 1 episode If the Stars Should Appear)
    • Billionaireland
        • Joke Matthew makes about Mr. James' lifestyle. Matthew: "Mr. James, no offense, you wouldn't understand." Mr. James: "Why not?" Matthew: "To be frank, you spend your day in billionaire-land. Getting steam baths and sitting on your ass, letting your ego be massaged by yes men." (Season 5 episode Freaky Friday)
    • Bionicle
        • One of the other many realms in the universe shown while Wyldstyle is explaining the nature of reality to Emmet, included in the bunch of others she says, "We don't need to mention."
    • Canopus Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw victim #119 of 123 is Ni Dilaw from the Canopus Universe.
    • Catholic Heaven
        • When Reverend Lovejoy tells Marge that Homer and Bart will have to different afterlives if they convert to Catholicism, she envisions what Protestant Heaven and Catholic Heaven will look like. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Clown Town
        • One of the other many realms in the universe that Wyldstyle mentions when explaining the nature of reality to Emmet.
    • The Crossroads
        • The Crossroads is among the various phrases written on Selvig's chalkboard - it's an other-dimensional reality that has a prominent role in the "Doctor Strange" comics.
    • Deadland
        • A barren planet leftover from a failed terraforming project that became a dumping ground for criminals.
    • Dimension 35C
        • Rick and Morty travel to Dimension 35C. It's got the perfect climate conditions for a special type of tree called a Mega Tree, and there's fruit in those trees and there's seeds in those fruit - Mega Seeds and they're incredibly powerful. Rick needs them to help him with his research. (Pilot episode)
    • Dimension 404
        • Narrator: In the darkest depths of cyberspace, there is another world. A lost dimension, home to wonders unseen, terrors unspeakable. Stories unlike any ever told until now. Do not click back. Do not reload. We have reconnected to… Dimension 404.
    • Dimension C-132
        • Rick and Morty's home dimension, mentioned when Rick and Morty are taken to Time Court in Issue #2.
    • Dimension X
        • "Oh, he knew what I had meant to ask; I saw it in his gray eyes... Where do all these things come from? I had meant to ask. Oh, I know well enough where you come from, Stevens; that accent isn't Dimension X, it's pure Brooklyn. But where do you go? (Story: The Breathing Method)
    • The Divine Treasury
        • Ferengi version of Heaven, from various episodes.
        • When Quark, Rom and Nog go back in time, they wonder if they actually died. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
        • Bashir mentions where Rom would have gone had he waited any longer to come see him. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Quark: And when I arrive at the gates of the Divine Treasury, the registrar will accept my bribe and usher me inside and do you know why? Because I died exactly the way I lived - as a Ferengi! (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Nog: I think I've died and gone to the Divine Treasury. (Season 5 episode The Ascent)
        • Quark read a report that over 40% of the population no longer believes that you have to buy your way into the Divine Treasury when you die. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Dog Heaven
        • Excuse that Eleanor makes to explain Michael's condition to new resident John Wheaton - that he just transferred to the Good Place from Dog Heaven and he's not used to humans yet. (Season 3 episode Pandemonium)
    • Doggie Heaven
        • Heaven for dogs that Homer tells the kids about when they consider not getting Santa's Little Helper the surgery he needs. (Season 3 episode Dog of Death)
    • The Downunderverse
        • Realm from Dash Dingo, the Australian video game that Lisa plays when she stays home from school sick, parody of Crash Bandicoot. (Season 10 episode Lisa Gets an ‘A')
    • Dumb World
        • Joke Jerry makes when Rick says Mr. Nimbus controls the police. "Yeah, that tracks - in dumb world." (Season 5 episode Mort Dinner Rick Andre)
    • Earthrealm
        • Earthrealm is on the verge of catastrophe. Should it lose one more tournament, the savage realm of Outworld will invade. But an ancient prophecy foretells that a new group of champions will be united by the rise of Hanzo Hasahi's blood.
    • The Even Worse Place
        • Theoretical realm Eleanor mentions existing (Season 2 episode 2 Dance Dance Resolution)
    • Fabuland
        • One of the other many realms in the universe shown while Wyldstyle is explaining the nature of reality to Emmet, included in the bunch of others she says, "We don't need to mention."
    • The Faces Of The Damned
        • Chris must walk across the field of Faces of the Damned to find Annie in a dark and twisted version of their house.
    • Fayland
        • Joke Antonio makes about Fay not being in touch with reality, how it must be nice to live in Fayland - "where the little elves and leprechauns watch over everyone." (Season 7 episode Grouses, Houses, and Bickering Spouses)
    • Friends
        • One of the other many realms in the universe shown while Wyldstyle is explaining the nature of reality to Emmet, included in the bunch of others she says, "We don't need to mention."
    • Galindor
        • Troubled realm from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Gehenna
        • A plane of existence of neutral evil/lawful evil alignment from Dungeons & Dragons, mentioned in The Afterlife newspaper. "Ectoplasm leak at Plant Number 9: Necro-Plant #9 located on the outer moat of the third plane of Gehenna"
    • Gray World
        • World where teens live in the Maze Runner/Hunger Games/Divergent mash-up movie The Group Hopper takes place. (Skit The Group Hopper)
    • Greasy Grandma World
        • An alternate dimension populated with greasy grandmothers (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • The Great Before
        • Life before birth, also known as The U Seminar, where souls get personalities.
    • The Guardian Realm
        • Location in Warrior Angel comic books. Warrior Angel and Delicious were once friends. But when Devilicus asked Warrior Angel to rule the Guardian Realm and Warrior Angel refused, Devilicus turned against him, and they became enemies. (Season 2 episode Ryan)
    • Hades Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw is sentenced to the Stygian Penal Colony in the Hades Universe.
    • Halcydonia
        • Magical kingdom setting in the educational games created by Ogden and Kira's nonprofit educational software company Halcydonia interactive.
    • Hallowed Realm
        • When Rygel performs the Hynerian Ceremony of Passage when he assumes Crichton to be dead so that he can claim his possessions, he wishes him safe transport to the Hallowed Realm. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Happy Land
        • Fictional realm from sarcastic joke Homer makes to Marge when she suggests he not blame Moe for stealing his mixed drink, and take consolation in the fact that something he created is making people happy: Oh, look at me, I'm making people happy. I'm the magical man from Happy Land in a gumdrop house on lollipop lane! (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
        • Homer chokes on broccoli, dies and goes to Heaven. But St. Peter won't let him because he didn't do any good deeds. He sends him back to Earth for 24 hours to complete one good deed. (Season 12 episode Treehouse of Horror XI - segment G-G-Ghost D-D-Dad)
        • Homer is saved when the rapture comes to Springfield, and manages to convince God to roll back the clock so that he can rejoin his family. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • The Heaviside Layer 
        • Heaven-esque place where cats are reborn and return to a new life.
        • Homer sells his soul to the devil for a donut and goes to Hell. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment The Devil and Homer Simpson)
    • Huxleyland
        • A drug induced state of mind. Where did you pick him up? A meeting to discuss racism on the CU campus, or in the cafeteria? Hitchhiking? Does it matter? Oh, it's so hot, but there's water, a pitcher of water, an urn of water carved with strange figures which stand out in bas relief, and beside it the pill, no—!THE PILL! The one that will send him off to what this angel in the light yellow briefs calls Huxleyland, the place where the moving finger writes and doesn't move on, the place where flowers grow on dead oak trees, and boy, what an erection is tenting out your skivvies!
    • Ignoreland
        • Song Ignoreland, Album Automatic for the People.
    • The Inter Dimensional Hole Of Pancakes
        • Also known as IHOP. The most dangerous place in the universe, where Michael sets up a meeting with the Judge. (Season 3 episodes The Book of Dougs, Chidi Sees the Time-Knife)
    • Jotunheim
        • Home of the Frost Giants, one of the Nine Realms. Thor, Loki and their friends venture there after the Frost Giants break into the weapons vault in Asgard.
        • The homeland of the Jotnar, the giants in Norse mythology. In Loki's final speech, he names himself the "Rightful king of Jotunheim".
        • Loki’s birthplace, as listed on his TVA file. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
    • Keystone Earth
        • Keystone Earth is one of the infinite number of parallel universes making up the multiverse, and is one of two universes (along with All-world) in which death is final and permanent. Also known as "The real world."
    • Knight's Club
        • One of the other many realms in the universe that Wyldstyle mentions when explaining the nature of reality to Emmet.
    • K'un-Lun
        • Location of the monastery where Danny spent the last 15 years. One of the Seven Capital Cities of Heaven. It exists in another dimension… It only appears on this earthly plane every 15 years, give or take, depending on the celestial tilt. (Season 1 episode Shadow Hawk Takes Flight)
    • L-space
        • Also known as library-space. L-space links every library, so it is possible to reach any one of these throughout space, time and the multiverse.
    • La-la-land
        • Joke Mac makes about Bull's condition: He's in La-la-land, Sir. (Season 3 episode Hello, Goodbye)
    • The Land Of Chocolate
        • Magical realm that Homer daydreams about when he's meeting with the new German owners of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and one of them calls Germany the Land of Chocolate. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk)
    • The Land of Wind and Ghosts
        • While finally getting rid of the family Christmas tree at the Springfield dump, Homer finds a box with what looks like a picture of his face on it. After taking the box to a restaurant called The Happy Sumo, he learns that it is a Japanese dish detergent product called Mr. Sparkle, from the sacred forest of Hokkaido - a region renowned for its countless soap factories - that banishes dirt to the land of wind and ghosts. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • Magic America
        • La la la la la . He wants to go to magic America . La la la la la . He'd like to live in magic America . With all those magic people . (from Magic America by Blur)
    • Mammon
        • Otherworld realm. A sparkling city with a long road of perfectly manicured lawns and ornate mansions, all leading to a temple. Find plenty of diamonds and gems to pay your way.
    • The Metaverse
        • A collective virtual shared space created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical reality and physically persistent virtual space, including the sum of all virtual worlds, augmented reality, and the internet.
    • Middle Zealand
        • After saving Emmet, Wyldstyle and Emmet in The Old West, the gang travels through Middle Zealand, a wondrous land full of knights, castles, mutton, torture weapons, poverty, leeches, illiteracy, and dragons.
    • The Mirror Dimension
        • Ever-present but undetected. You don't want to be stuck in here without your sling ring.
    • The Mirror Universe
        • Parallel universe coexisting with the prime universe in the same space, but on another dimensional plane. (Season 2 episode Mirror, Mirror, Season 3 episode The Tholian Web)
        • Parallel world with counterparts of Star Trek characters, first seen in The Original Series.
        • Bashir and Kira crossover to the Mirror Universe following a particularly bumpy ride through the wormhole. (Season 2 episode Crossover)
        • Miles' counterpart Smiley kidnaps and takes Sisko to the Mirror Universe. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
        • Sisko's wife Jennifer's double visits the station, taking Jake back with her and convincing Sisko to help them fight the Alliance. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
        • The Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos travels to the Prime Universe as part of a plot to steal the Orb of Prophecy and Change from DS9. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Ezri's counterpart from the Mirror Universe arrives on the station to inform Quark that Grand Nagus Zek is being held prisoner by the Alliance in exchange for a ship's cloaking device. When Ezri comes on strong, Quark thinks she's role-playing and mentions his holo-suite program, Vulcan Love Slave Volume III. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
    • Monoceros Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw victim #117 of 123 is Yu Fooklaw from the Monoceros Universe.
    • Mortis
        • Mysterious realm inhabited by three beings known as the Father, Daughter and Son, where Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka end up after tracking a transmission using a 2000 year old Jedi distress code. (Season 3 episode Overlords)
    • Nastrond
        • Otherworld realm. A rain forest with leaves so large that they block the sun. There is nowhere to hide, so you better know how to run.
    • The Nexus
        • A realm where time has no meaning and you can create your own reality, accessible through a violent energy ribbon.
    • The Nine Realms
        • Nine individual worlds overseen by Asgardian rule.
    • Nutsack Land
        • Joke Rick makes about the omniscient immortal being from the 4th dimension with what looks like a testicle for a head. (Season 2 episode A Rickle in Time)
    • Oddball Land
        • Episode Make Me Laugh. From the introduction to the episode Make Me Laugh:. On display this evening, a pastiche of paintings from oddball-land.
    • The Old West
        • The first town Emmet and Wyldstyle encounter after emerging from the Secret Tunnel out of Bricksburg, one of many realms in the universe.
    • Otherside
        • Centuries are what it meant to me, a cemetery where I marry the sea, stranger things could never change my mind, I gotta take it on the otherside, take it on the other side. (song Otherside)
    • Otherworld
        • The dark and nightmarish parallel version of Silent Hill, where reality and unreality intersect.
    • The Otherworld
        • The dark and nightmarish parallel version of Silent Hill, where reality and unreality intersect.
        • Earthrealm is on the verge of catastrophe. Should it lose one more tournament, the savage realm of Outworld will invade. But an ancient prophecy foretells that a new group of champions will be united by the rise of Hanzo Hasahi's blood.
    • Pepperland
        • A cheerful music-loving paradise under the sea. From Yellow Submarine.
    • The Phantom Zone
        • A weird 'twilight dimension' first discovered by Superman's father, Jor-El. Kryptonian criminals were banished to the Phantom Zone to serve out their sentences as disembodied wraiths.
    • Pirate's Cove
        • One of the other many realms in the universe that Wyldstyle mentions when explaining the nature of reality to Emmet.
    • Procyon Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw victim #121 of 123 is Seth Law from the Procyon Universe.
    • Protestant Heaven
        • When Reverend Lovejoy tells Marge that Homer and Bart will have to different afterlives if they convert to Catholicism, she envisions what Protestant Heaven and Catholic Heaven will look like. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Quantum Realm
        • It means that you would enter a reality where all concepts of time and space become irrelevant as you shrink for all eternity. Everything that you know and love, gone forever.
        • The quantum realm is like its own microscopic universe.To get in there, you have to be incredibly small.
    • Rainbow Land (place)
        • Fictitious place from story Cam Brady wrote in second grade, where unicorns are made of fudge and cotton candy and everything is free.
    • The Realm Of The Unwanted
        • Glitch, Raw, and Cain are captured by Zero in the Realm of the Unwanted.
    • Sector A2833-4
        • One of the dimensions where a Rick was murdered and Rick C-137 was spotted (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Sector A2853
        • One of the dimensions where a Rick was murdered and Rick C-137 was spotted (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Sector A4893-6
        • One of the dimensions where a Rick was murdered and Rick C-137 was spotted (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Sector A9053-6
        • One of the dimensions where a Rick was murdered and Rick C-137 was spotted (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Sector B4023-6
        • One of the dimensions where a Rick was murdered and Rick C-137 was spotted (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Sector D-716
        • The hosts of Citadel Morning News are Rick D-716B and Rick D-716. Rick D-716C is a reporter for Citadel News (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)
    • Sector Eleven
        • One of the twenty-seven sectors of the OASIS, location of the Whedonverse, where Wade obtains his Firefly class starship.
    • Sector G3880-4
        • One of the dimensions where a Rick was murdered and Rick C-137 was spotted (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • Sector K-22
        • Rick K-22 and his Morty show up in Rick's garage asking for donations for the Citadel of Ricks Redevelopment Fund (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)
    • Sector K-83
        • The new supervisor at Simple Rick's is Rick K-83, affectionately known as Cool Rick (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)
    • Sector One
        • One of the twenty-seven sectors of the OASIS, location where new avatars are spawned at the time of their creation.
    • Sector Seven
        • One of the twenty-seven sectors of the OASIS, location of the planet Middletown, a recreation of Halliday's hometown.
    • Sector Sixteen
        • One of the twenty-seven sectors of the OASIS, location of planet Neonoir and Morrow's nightclub The Distracted Globe.
    • Sector Twenty-two
        • One of the twenty-seven sectors of the OASIS, location of the hidden high-level quest called Shodai Urutoraman on the planet Tokusatsu.
    • Serpenz Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw victim #120 of 123 is Kia Jilaw from the Serpenz Universe.
    • The Seventh Dimension
        • Wizz-Ra, a powerful wizard from the ancient days, and possessor of the Enchanted Golden Helmet of Pharnoor, was sent forever into the Seventh Dimension following his titanic battle with Mumm-Ra, only allowed to return from his dimensional prison for one day every 7000 years. (Season 1 episode Dimension Doom)
    • Shambhala Bhilai
        • Mythical kingdom in the Himalayas that Misty learns about at Bailey's Auction House. (Season 2 episode Morning of the Mindstorm)
    • Shauwia Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw victim #122 of 123 is Frun Law from the Shauwia Universe.
    • Special A
        • There is a rumored area in the game called "Special A", where players cannot reset to escape the game, however it does give out a ton of experience points when completed.
    • Speed Racer
        • One of the other many realms in the universe shown while Wyldstyle is explaining the nature of reality to Emmet, included in the bunch of others she says, "We don't need to mention."
    • Sto-Vo-Kor
        • Afterlife for the honored dead in Klingon mythology that Kurn mentions during Mauk-to'Vor ritual: "I am ready to cross the River of Blood and and enter Sto-Vo-Kor." (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
        • Klingon advocate Ch'Pok refers to the civilians that were killed as honored dead in Sto-Vo-Kor. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
        • In the old Klingon tradition of Ak'voh, when a warrior dies in battle, his comrades stay with the body to keep away predators. That allows the spirit to leave the body when it is time to make the long journey to Sto-Vo-Kor. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
        • Worf's descendants The Sons of Mogh mention taking their place among the honored dead in Sto-Vo-Kor. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
        • Miles brings a bottle of 2301 bloodwine to Worf as a gift, to drink and talk about old friends, the Enterprise, and Barclay and his holo-suite programs. When Quark and Julian asks what else they talked about, Miles tells them the proper way to eat gagh, and that Jadzia is not in Sto-vo-kor. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • In order to ensure Jadzia is allowed into Sto-vo-kor, Worf has to win great battle in her name. Quark suggests letting him win a game of Tongo. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • Kor tells Worf he looks forward to seeing him at the gates to Sto-Vo-Kor. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
        • When Worf goes missing while commanding the Koraga, Quark tries to cheer up Ezri, telling her that he knows Worf will come back because he still owes him for some bloodwine, and Worf would never go to Sto-vo-kor owing him money. Ezri takes the Ganda runabout to go looking for him. (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
    • Summerland
        • Where Albert tells Chris he is - Summerland is practically endless and takes the form of the inhabitants' wishes and desires.
        • Episode Summerland. I think I lost my smile . I think you lost yours too . We have lost the power to . make each other laugh . Let's just leave this place . And go to Summerland . Just a name on the map . Sounds like.
    • The Third Dimension
        • Joke Summer makes about Rick's adventures - when he says he's going to have a party while Rick and Summer's parents are gone, she asks him who he's going to invite - "glip glops from the Third Dimension?" (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business)
    • Third Reach of the Unknown
        • A place that exists only in near infinite improbability conditions. Ford and Arthur raced through it while clinging to the pavement of an area that looked almost identical to Southend after being rescued by the Heart of Gold.
    • Tomorrowland
        • An alternate dimension where actions directly affect the real world.
    • Tragic Kingdom
        • They pay homage to a king, Whose dreams are buried, In their minds, His tears are frozen stiff, Icicles drip from his eyes, Welcome to the Tragic Kingdom.
    • Tucana Universe
        • Gabriel Yulaw victim #118 of 113 is Swen Law from the Tucana Universe.
    • The Upside Down
        • The alternate Hawkins world, home of the Demogorgon. (Season 1 Chapter Five: The Flea and the Acrobat)
    • The Vale Of Shadows
        • An alternate dimension, supposedly taken from Dungeons & Dragons. (Season 1 episode Chapter Five: The Flea and the Acrobat)
    • Viking's Landing
        • One of the other many realms in the universe that Wyldstyle mentions when explaining the nature of reality to Emmet.
        • A purgatory-like place at the end of time, where everyone who is pruned is transported. (Season 1 episode Journey into Mystery)
    • Warworld
        • Simulated world that takes place in Nazi-occupied Italy during WWII. (Season 3 episode The Winter Line)
    • Where the Streets Have No Name
        • Song: Where the Streets Have No Name.

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