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What Fictional World would you choose to live in, and why?

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Narnia, Zelda, or Pokemon.

Narnia is absolutely an amazing universe to live in, if you've read the books you know exactly what I mean. And as a bonus, you could live an entire lifetime in Narnia, then come back to the real world and almost no time's gone by at all! Hell yes. Only problem is you can only go to Narnia three times before your turn is up.

Zelda has all sorts of amazing things, especially during the times of peace after Link has done away with the evil. Have you beaten Ocarina? Do you remember the happiness and celebration after that? The world was good. Gimme some of Link's badass tools and some transformation masks and I'm good for life.

Pokemon is awesome because, let's face it, if a 10-year-old can get by OK on his own and have totally badass pets along the way, that's definitely a world for me.


Runners up: Star Trek, Harry Potter, Star Wars.



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Zelda or naruto



Pokemon, it's the only correct answer.



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If the people of the world are somehow sensible despite having little tools of death on their belts, then Pokemon all the way.

Digimon only if I get to reverse my age a little bit and have a role in whatever major event is going on because it's basically a boring normal world outside of the main storyline.

Otherwise, Zelda.



Probably Harry Potter. It is one of the best chances to have an advenutre everyday even without being Harry Potter.



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Since I doubt i'd be able to collect the Dragon balls, since while a few humans do have powers 99.9% are powerless jerks even if they do learn martial arts...

I'd go with Pokemon.

From what I can tell, just so long as your willing to have a few pets and have them battle at things, people are willing to give you anything you want for free.

I'd be a pokemon trainer, chill with some pokemon and just live it up as people gave me free crap for basically having pets... but pets that spend most of their time out of sight.



Probably Legend of Zelda so I could enter in people's house and steal all their money (rupees) in front of them



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Kasz216 said:
Since I doubt i'd be able to collect the Dragon balls, since while a few humans do have powers 99.9% are powerless jerks even if they do learn martial arts...

I'd go with Pokemon.

From what I can tell, just so long as your willing to have a few pets and have them battle at things, people are willing to give you anything you want for free.

I'd be a pokemon trainer, chill with some pokemon and just live it up as people gave me free crap for basically having pets... but pets that spend most of their time out of sight.

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I really don't want to die an uncontrollably death like me being blown up by aliens, or being robbed and killed by Pirates or Ninjas, so I choose Pokemon or My Little Pony.



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Mr Khan said:
Star Wars, i would say. Assuming that you would be an average person in any of the worlds you went to, Star Wars has more of the cool stuff accessible to the average person, and aside from the Death Star (or in Expanded Universe, the Sun Crusher) it's pretty easy to see trouble coming your way in the Star Wars universe, and even great catastrophes like the triumph of the Empire leave the life of the average man unaffected

in short: you get most of the benefit with minimal risk.


I dunno.  I mean, I'd say Star Trek has more cooler stuff acessiable to the average person... I mean, what if you get stuck on Tatoonie or Yarven or something.

 

Federation planets though?   Freaking communist utopias.   Holodecks, replicators etc...


Star Trek planets don't get messed with thaaat much.

 

Though, I picked pokemon, becuase really it's all benefit... no risk.