Dune

You live in the worlds of Dune. Preferably the last two books in the series, in terms of timeline, as that's when things are genuinely intelligent, probable, and weird as hell... but not too intense. Not intense, I should add, because you're probably a Bene Gesserit or trained by one, which means you've learned to take anything and everything in stride. You can probably move faster than we can see, comprehend a complex obstacle and the potential solutions at a glance, and stop your heart with a thought. But you also probably won't ever fall in love, listen to music, or do anything else which will evoke too much of that inconvenient thing called emotion. But hey! To you it's probably worth it to be able to move any muscle in your body at will or traverse the collected memories of your ancestors.

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Transmetropolitan

You, my friend, have one hell of a ride ahead of you. You've landed yourself in the futuristic earth of Transmetropolitan. The City is an... interesting place to live, full of opportunity and brutal... Read more

The Sword of Truth

You've been dropped into the Midlands. A land of wizards and dragons and brave warriors fighting evil tyranny. A land where the ending to every story is almost exactly the same, where the good guys ... Read more

Discworld

You're pleasantly ensconced in Discworld! Well, depending on where you're ensconced it may not be so pleasant, but that's life here for you: brilliantly unbelievable, whimsically odd, and deliciously... Read more

Thomas Covenant

You're the unfortunate recipient of a one-way ticket to The Land. It sounds generic, but never fear: genericism is one thing you will not be subjected to. Nor will a lack of intensity. Believabilit... Read more

Archform: Beauty

You've landed in the futuristic world of L.E. Modesitt Jr. (Think Archform: Beauty or The Octagonal Raven). Intelligent and plausable, yet typical and entirely low-key. You probably live on Earth se... Read more

Song of Ice and Fire

You have the dubious honor of residing in Westeros. I say dubious because while your world is very intense at times, and has tons of cool-yet-mostly-generic noble houses and knights and evil Others, ... Read more

Dune

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Forgotten Realms

You are stuck in Faerun. The world of stock fantasy. Generic, uninsightful, rather low-key, and yet strangely compelling in its generic, uninsightful, rather low-key variety. Do you want to be an e... Read more

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