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Fictional Geography

Based on the place names, guess the movie, TV show, video game or series thereof.
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Gondor, Rivendell, The Shire
Hyrule, Kakariko Village, Gerudo Desert
War Drobe, Stone Table, Beaversdam
Diagon Alley, Hogsmeade, Azkaban
Shelbyville, Kwik-E-Mart, Evergreen Terrace
Forks, Phoenix, La Push
Quahog, The Drunken Clam, Pawtucket Brewery
Pandora, Hallelujah Mountains, Tree of Souls
Emerald City, Yellow Brick Road, Lollipop Guild
Mushroom Kingdom, Bowser's Castle, Luigi's Mansion
Mos Eisley Cantina, Tatooine, Death Star
Bedrock, Macyrock's, Prinstone University
Kanto, Victory Road, Lavender Town
Bikini Bottom, The Krusty Krab, Shell City
Vice City, San Andreas, Cluckin' Bell
Westeros, Lannisport, Harrenhal
Daily Planet Building, Metropolis, Krypton
New New York, Omicron Persei 8, DOOP Headquarters
Neverland, Wendy House, Mermaids' Lagoon
Gotham City, Arkham Asylum, Wayne Mansion
District 12, The Capitol, Panem
Queen's Croquet Ground, Tulgey Wood, White Rabbit's House
The 100 Acre Woods, Piglet's House, A Nice Place for Picnics
Skyrim, Oblivion, Tamriel
Gallifrey, Mercy, Cardiff
Pride Rock, The Elephant Graveyard, Rafiki's Ancient Tree
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level 55
Apr 23, 2013
Great quiz. The only one that maybe shouldn't be there is Twilight, since its locations are real, not fictional.
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level 51
May 9, 2013
Well if you're going by that logic then Doctor Who should be omitted since Cardiff is certainly a real place
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level 68
Jan 16, 2017
Cardiff should be omitted.
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level 68
Mar 21, 2017
Is that in the Ahmedinajad sense?
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level 44
Mar 24, 2017
No one said the places had to be fictional, just that these places are all featured in famous works of fiction (Pawtucket is a real place, too, and I'm sure there are breweries there).
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level 44
Apr 28, 2013
18% for Doctor Who? What has this world come to?
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level 28
Apr 28, 2013
They sound like normal British places to me, so it could be anything?
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level 26
Feb 1, 2016
Gallifrey and Mercy sound like British placenames?
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level 63
Jun 27, 2017
I agree sounded like perfectly normal british names to me. I've never watched doctor who, nothing against it but it just seems like one of those shows that is purposely corny. I guess I just don't get that shtick
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level 32
Apr 29, 2013
Dunno, perhaps it's because most of the people who use this site are adults.
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level 33
Apr 29, 2013
Maybe not all of us watch overrated shows.
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level 20
May 2, 2013
Agreed! And did it kill you too to see them abbreviate "Doctor"? And to the person who said that because mostly adults use the site they wouldn't know, Doctor Who has been on since 1963, which means plenty of today's adults grew up watching it...
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level 70
Dec 3, 2015
Doctor was in fact originally abbreviated in the credits: William Hartnell was always listed as playing "Dr. Who".
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level 50
Dec 8, 2014
I know. I'm crying inside. OI, does Gallifrey sound like a 'normal British place' to you? I know plenty of adults who love Doctor Who. And it is NOT overrated!
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level 70
Dec 3, 2015
Gallifrey sounds like a normal place to a good deal of the characters. Wasn't it a running joke in the show for a while for the Doctor to be asked if Gallifrey was in Ireland?
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level 50
Mar 6, 2017
Anything sounds British when Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is on the table.
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level 61
Apr 28, 2013
Have to agree with Synchronicity. Everything in Twilight is real, and Cardiff is also real.
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level 53
Apr 28, 2013
nowhere does it say the places arent real, just the shows associated with them
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level 51
Apr 28, 2013
Fictional implies they aren't real.
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level 36
Apr 28, 2013
The title makes it misleading though. Fictional Geography makes it sound like the places themselves are fictional, not the movies/shows. Great quiz though. I only missed Twilight, Fable, Dr. Who and Game of Thrones
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level 53
Apr 29, 2013
oh wait yeah sorry, jetpunk appears to have changed the quiz name. the original name was just 'series by place name'. oh well, not the end of the world really is it
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level 68
Jun 13, 2017
Everything in Twilight is real? Isn't it a vampire film series for little girls?
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level 68
Jun 13, 2017
Wow, only 4 years late...
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level 24
Apr 28, 2013
there shouldnt be a space between war and drobe it should just be wardrobe!
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level 33
Apr 28, 2013
In The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, Mr. Tumnus constantly refers to the place where Lucy comes from as "War Drobe", because he doesn't know what a wardrobe is.
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level 53
Apr 29, 2013
^that
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level 32
Aug 6, 2013
The same type of vacant space found between 'War' and 'Drobe' can be found located between windeee's left ear and his right ear.
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level 71
Mar 6, 2017
I also remember him referring to the "Spare Room" as the "Sparer Oom."
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level 30
Apr 28, 2013
Change "Alice in Wonderland" to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" since, you know, that's the name of the book. I would accept both but it should read like that. Got everything except the Flintstones and Twilight. I didn't know any of the places except Bedrock and just didn't make the connection lol.
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level 32
Apr 29, 2013
I assume 'Alice in Wonderland' is being used as a popular name for the series, since Tulgey Wood is from Alice through the Looking-Glass. Sorry, Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There.
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level 53
Apr 29, 2013
Yeah, it originally was Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, but since one of the places isn't actually in that book I opted for a more general series title
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level 25
Apr 28, 2013
In a way, I feel kind of glad that the one question I missed was from Twilight.
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level 32
Apr 28, 2013
Cool quiz, I like the variety!
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level 54
Apr 28, 2013
I hate to be a nit-pick, but the show is written 'Doctor Who', not 'Dr Who'
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level 69
Apr 28, 2013
I agree as well. Dr Who should be accepted, but the correct answer is Doctor Who
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level 53
Apr 29, 2013
life goes on
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level 28
Apr 30, 2013
I agree too. To whovians, this kind of thing matters.
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level 53
Apr 30, 2013
fantastic, have a medal
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level ∞
May 2, 2013
I changed it since I don't want anyone to have an an aneurysm.
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level 68
Jan 24, 2017
Quick, add Palestine to the Countries quiz before I have an aneurysm (nothing else has worked so far, but FowlChr might finally have found QM's weak spot)
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level 62
Mar 6, 2017
That may never happen.
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level 50
Dec 8, 2014
We can tell you're not a Whovian. Shame.
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level 66
Apr 28, 2013
Too many video games.
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level 46
Apr 29, 2013
not enough video games
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level 33
Apr 29, 2013
Some people just don't appreciate art.
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level 71
Mar 6, 2017
I only count five answers that are video games in origin. That seems like enough for me.
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level 66
Apr 28, 2013
Really good quiz. Just barely got the 22 I knew in time.
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level 16
Apr 29, 2013
fantastic quiz! one of the best i've done on this website
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level 21
May 9, 2013
Aha, I knew Cardiff wasn't real!
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level 20
Aug 5, 2013
forks and la push are real places in washington state.
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level 50
Dec 8, 2014
Other states get cool stuff, we get the boring flag and Twilight... and rain... Why am I so proud of Washington again? Someone remind me please, I'M LOSING PATRIOTISM FAST!
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level 63
Jun 27, 2017
lots of good music comes from Seattle... that's something
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level 19
Jan 6, 2014
How did I never notice as a kid that it's Flintstones and not Flinstones?
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level 50
Aug 20, 2017
Because you're an idiot?
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level 72
Jun 9, 2014
Fun!
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level 66
Jun 20, 2014
dodgy start as in the first three questions, I had heard of none of the nine places. Things got better after that, and the rest of the way the only misses were video games. Thank you for including Futurama and Winnie ther Pooh.
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level 50
Dec 8, 2014
Did you have a childhood?
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level 50
Jul 11, 2014
WHERE IS STAR TREK????
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level 7
Dec 29, 2014
I'm so stupid… I knew gallifrey sounded familiar...
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level 66
May 27, 2015
A quiz to remind me -- I'm old!
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level 46
Jun 19, 2015
Why is Cardiff classed as a fictional place!? :"D
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level 58
Jul 18, 2015
I think LOTR should be accepted, as that is a common abbv. for Lord of the Rings
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level 66
Sep 6, 2015
Why doesn't lotr work for Lord of the Rings?
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level ∞
Jan 15, 2017
That will work now
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level 46
Jun 19, 2016
this quiz needs to be at least one minute longer... some of us can't type that fast. I knew almost all the answers but couldn't get them typed in time. Also, can Pooh Bear count for Winnie-the-pooh? And many of the answers should be expanded to accept more variations please.
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level 76
Jan 16, 2017
Discworld seems like it deserves a place in this quiz.
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level 73
Jan 16, 2017
No Princess Bride references?
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level 56
Mar 6, 2017
I am pretty sure Gondor is mentioned in The Hobbit films. I think you should accept The Hobbit for the first answer along with Lord of the Rings.
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level 56
Mar 6, 2017
Fun quiz, though! Wakes up my inner nerd.
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level 70
Mar 6, 2017
I visited Gondar in Ethiopia.
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level 56
Mar 6, 2017
Nice. See any fell beasts? There is a Dunedin in NZ, that I think should be pronounced Dunedain.
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level 70
Mar 21, 2017
I saw some Rastafarians. And one guy with a pet vulture.
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level 6
Mar 6, 2017
Cardiff ain't real, open your eyes!
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level 44
Mar 24, 2017
Nope, it's just the capital of Wales...
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level 44
Mar 6, 2017
Never seen Doctor Who or Twilight, but aren't Cardiff and Phoenix real places?
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level 57
Mar 6, 2017
Fictional geography semantically can mean both "non-real/imaginary locations" and "places in works of fiction." This quiz utilizes that ambiguity.
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level 53
Mar 6, 2017
I was definitely going for the latter interpretation
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level 60
Mar 6, 2017
I just had to try "Wales".
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level 36
Mar 6, 2017
Why not "Nova Prospekt, Black Mesa, Xen, City 17. Answer Half-Life".
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level 54
Mar 6, 2017
Given the fact that I'm only familiar with five of the series in this quiz, I think 18 correct answers can be considered a success.
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level 3
Mar 6, 2017
Wow. This is a great quiz. Only thing bothering me is WHY DOES NO-ONE READ THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA ANYMORE. WAAAHHH! Great quiz, though.
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level 53
Mar 6, 2017
I read them, but it was literally decades ago, and those place names didn't do it for me.
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level 28
Mar 6, 2017
Technically, answer one works for the hobbit too
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level 55
Mar 7, 2017
Totally drew a blank on Grand Theft Auto. Just couldn't remember what it was called.
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level 45
Mar 7, 2017
I guessed Dr Who for the new new York one because I remember an episode mentioning it. Hadn't gotten to the Gallifrey, Cardiff question yet. I love when Dr. Who is mentioned, my favorite show ever, watching the 50th anniversary as I write this.
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level 36
Mar 7, 2017
You should add the Nativity, the Thomb and the Crossing of the red sea.
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level 43
Mar 8, 2017
I appreciate the props to Futurama
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level 67
Apr 2, 2017
Never read or seen Hunger Games but since it pops up in so many quizzes I should just start guessing it whenever I don't know answers. Odds are good I'll end up getting a freebee by doing so.
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