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Alternate World Map

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The tendency for modern RPGs to have more than one world map: sometimes this is a Dark World, an Fictional Earth or an Alternate Universe, but sometimes it's another planet, or a different time period, or simply an After the End scenario. A very common way to make Disc-One Final Dungeon less obvious (because you can have the entire world visited before you get to it).
Note: This isn't the case when they make minor changes to the map (like in Final Fantasy VII when Diamond Weapon scars the world map) or in cases where there isn't really a world map or the worlds are just extensions of the same multi-world map. This is for if there's a world map and then, surprise, you've got another one.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })A supertrope of Dark World. Usually a part of Dual-World Gameplay.
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Shin Megami Tensei II has the normal world and the Abyss.
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Shin Megami Tensei IV has Mikado (which isn't so much a map as a menu), Tokyo, Blasted Tokyo, and Infernal Tokyo. Depending on your choices, one or more of these may be lost forever.
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds has Link traveling between Hyrule and Lorule. Lorule resembles the Dark World from A Link to the Past that might not be an entirely different place altogether. It's a counterpart of Hyrule complete with princess, hero and villain. But instead of sealing their version of the Triforce, they destroyed it, only to find that it was the Cosmic Keystone holding their entire world together.
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The Star Ocean series: some of the games let you travel between worlds (like in Till the End of Time). The Second Story destroys the planet you're on at the end of Disc 1 during the Disc-One Final Dungeon. As a result this might actually be surprising in the PSP remake which is on one disc...
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Tales of Legendia has the exterior of the Legacy and the interior Quiet Lands.
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Dragon Quest VIII too, although only one area has a Dark World map for it (Empychuu island). So, this is probably averted.
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One could make an argument for Might and Magic World of Xeen, which has two separate 'worlds' connected mainly by a few scattered portals — the reason being that World of Xeen is the combined version of IV and V, with each game covering one side of Xeen (having both games unlocks the aforementioned connections between the sides, and adds a short questline to provide the real end of the game after you've beaten the main quests of both of the component games).
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Dragon Quest III, Dragon Quest IV and Dragon Quest V each have an overworld and underworld.
Dragon Quest VIII too, although only one area has a Dark World map for it (Empychuu island). So, this is probably averted.
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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years has another moon, in addition to the other 3 maps, although huge portions of it are identical to the first moon.
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Tales of Eternia has the worlds of Inferia and Celestia.
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Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance has the normal castle and the same castle in an alternate dimension. You travel between them using special portals.
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In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's World of Light mode, the first half of the game takes place in the titular "World of Light". After you defeat Galeem, Dharkon takes over and creates his own twisted Dark Realm. Both world maps also contain several sub-worlds that can be accessed from within the overworld, ranging from a molten fortress to a Zapfish-powered power plant to a Street Fighter II-style World Tour to Dracula's Castle.
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Extremely common in the Tales Series:
Tales of the Abyss has the surface, referred to as the Outer Lands, and the subterranean Qliphoth. The two maps change dynamically as landmasses are lowered from the Outer Lands to the Qliphoth.
Tales of Destiny has the surface of the planet, called the Er'ther Lands, and the Aethersphere, a floating outer shell.
Tales of Destiny 2 has time periods.
Tales of Eternia has the worlds of Inferia and Celestia.
Tales of Graces has the planets of Ephinea and Fodra.
Tales of Hearts has the planet of Organica and its moon Gardenia.
Tales of Legendia has the exterior of the Legacy and the interior Quiet Lands.
Tales of Phantasia has time periods.
Tales of Symphonia has the worlds of Sylvarant and Tethe'alla.
Tales of Xillia and Tales of Xillia 2 have the worlds of Rieze Maxia and Elympios. Xillia 2 additionally divides Elympios into three separate maps for the Trigleph, Duval, and Drellin regions.
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Shin Megami Tensei uses this often:
Shin Megami Tensei I has pre- and post-cataclysm maps.
Shin Megami Tensei II has the normal world and the Abyss.
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne has pre- and post-conception maps much like the first game. However, you don't see the pre-conception map as much, since The End of the World as We Know It happens very early on.
Shin Megami Tensei IV has Mikado (which isn't so much a map as a menu), Tokyo, Blasted Tokyo, and Infernal Tokyo. Depending on your choices, one or more of these may be lost forever.
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Kirby's Return to Dream Land has both Halcandra and Pop Star.
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Shin Megami Tensei I has pre- and post-cataclysm maps.
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Final Fantasy III has the floating continent and the surface world.
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World of Warcraft goes hard on this after the Cataclysm expansion, with the then-new ability of the game to phase areas. Any area, depending on your progress in the zone's storyline, can be a ten thousand year old village filled with life or a burned out wreck filled with corpses. Many of the older zones have a member of the Bronze Dragonflight, holders of the Timey-Wimey Ball, who can send you to previous versions of the zone.
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Tales of Phantasia has time periods.
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Pokémon Gold and Silver, and its remakes, are the only games in the series to have two visitable regions (not counting FireRed and LeafGreen with its Sevii Islands). The only way to get between Kanto and Johto in the original games is to either use the Abra at the Indigo Plateau, use travel on the S.S. Aqua, use the Magnet Train or travel on the waters between New Bark Town and Route 28. The remakes removed the ability to travel back to Kanto via the Abra at the Indigo Plateau, but added the ability for the player to fly between any Kanto and Johto location if they happen to be on Route 26, Route 27, Route 28 or the Indigo Plateau.
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The Legend of Zelda series:
A Link to the Past has the Light World and the Dark World.
Ocarina of Time and Oracle of Ages both involve traveling between two time periods; in Ocarina of Time, you travel to and from seven years in the future (with Link aging or deaging respectively), in Oracle of Ages you travel to and from several centuries in the past (with Link, obviously, not aging).
Oracle of Seasons has an underworld and an overworld, and on the overworld features are changed by the passing of the seasons (which Link can accelerate).
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword has The Sky and The Surface, the latter being in either the past or the present.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds has Link traveling between Hyrule and Lorule. Lorule resembles the Dark World from A Link to the Past that might not be an entirely different place altogether. It's a counterpart of Hyrule complete with princess, hero and villain. But instead of sealing their version of the Triforce, they destroyed it, only to find that it was the Cosmic Keystone holding their entire world together.
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Tales of Symphonia has the worlds of Sylvarant and Tethe'alla.
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The 7th Saga has the player character(s) sent to the past.
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Final Fantasy XIII-2 occasionally has several maps of the same locations in the different time periods (e.g. New Bodhum and Academia). Annoyingly, you have to explore 100% of each version of every location for the Paradox Professor sidequest, leading to situations when the Quest Giver refuses to accept the seemingly complete map of the area because you still haven't visited the area's alternate version in a different time period.
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Final Fantasy IV has the main world, the underworld, and the Moon.
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years has another moon, in addition to the other 3 maps, although huge portions of it are identical to the first moon.
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Final Fantasy VI had the World Of Balance and World Of Ruin.
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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword has The Sky and The Surface, the latter being in either the past or the present.
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Every game in the classic Phantasy Star series: Phantasy Star and Phantasy Star IV both have 3 worlds, Phantasy Star II has two (one after the other, in perhaps the straightest example of this trope), and Phantasy Star III has a whopping eight worlds (if you count the underworld), though they're much smaller than the worlds of the other games.
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Dragon Quest VI has the dream world and real world. The Dread Realm opens up after exploring both of those and aside from the fact that it's reached by air (specifically, by having Pegasus fly there), it's basically the equivalent to the underworld in the rest of the Zenithia trilogy (i.e. IV and V).
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The Final Fantasy Legend has four different main worlds, several minor ones, as well as the tower which connects them all.
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Chrono Cross has an Alternate Universe.
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Ocarina of Time and Oracle of Ages both involve traveling between two time periods; in Ocarina of Time, you travel to and from seven years in the future (with Link aging or deaging respectively), in Oracle of Ages you travel to and from several centuries in the past (with Link, obviously, not aging).
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Tales of Graces has the planets of Ephinea and Fodra.
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Tales of Hearts has the planet of Organica and its moon Gardenia.
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Chrono Trigger uses time periods.
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Minecraft has three distinct dimensions: The Overworld, where players start; the Nether, a dangerous Lethal Lava Land; and the End, which is essentially the Very Definitely Final Dungeon writ large. Except that maps (as in, the item) don't actually work in the Nether because there's no "ground level" for them to display; the whole dimension is a giant cave system with a solid bedrock ceiling.
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Final Fantasy V has two planets, and a third world map when they combine.
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Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne has pre- and post-conception maps much like the first game. However, you don't see the pre-conception map as much, since The End of the World as We Know It happens very early on.
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Commonplace in the Driver series:
The first game took place in Miami, then San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City.
The second game started in Chicago, then moved to Havana, Las Vegas, and Rio de Janeiro.
The third game started in Miami, then moved to Nice and Istanbul.
The fourth game (Parallel Lines) took place in New York City of 1978, then 28 years passed and the game took place in New York of 2006.
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A Link to the Past has the Light World and the Dark World.
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Tales of Xillia and Tales of Xillia 2 have the worlds of Rieze Maxia and Elympios. Xillia 2 additionally divides Elympios into three separate maps for the Trigleph, Duval, and Drellin regions.
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Ultima II had 5 time periods: Pangea, B.C., A.D., Aftermath, and Legends.
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Final Fantasy Legend II has twelve different worlds all connected by a celestial-based hub.
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Final Fantasy Legend III went a bit nuts with this concept. It has three time periods, each with an overworld and an under(water)world. It also has a floating island and a separate dimension, the latter of which had its own underworld.
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Tales of Destiny has the surface of the planet, called the Er'ther Lands, and the Aethersphere, a floating outer shell.
Tales of Destiny 2 has time periods.
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Ultima III had an alternate world, Ambrosia, accessible via a whirlpool, which was also pretty important as it was the only place to increase character stats.
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All of the Yakuza games take place in Kamurocho (Tokyo), but all of the main series games other than 1 and 4 feature at least one other city to explore. In 2 and 0 it's Sotenbori (Osaka); in 3 it's Ryukyu (Okinawa); in 5 it's Sotenbori again, along with the new cities of Nagasu (Fukuoka), Tsukimino (Sapporo) and Kineicho (Nagoya); and in 6 it's Jingaicho (Onomichi, Hiroshima). Starting with the seventh title, Kamurocho becomes the alternate world map as the game's main setting shifts to Ijincho (Yokohama).
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Tales of Destiny 2 has time periods.
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Tales of the Abyss has the surface, referred to as the Outer Lands, and the subterranean Qliphoth. The two maps change dynamically as landmasses are lowered from the Outer Lands to the Qliphoth.
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Oracle of Tao has Earth (a second version of it), and once done exploring that, there's another world called the Void which is presumably based on the original Earth, but is barren and has some different rules, like that nothing can exist for very long outside its towns at night.
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