Fictional worlds can be some of the most fascinating narratives to get immersed in. There truly is a world for everyone, and so much time and effort goes into creating the lore behind each one. Reddit user u/space_time_dragon03 posed this hypothetical: "You get to go into any fictional universe for 30 days. Anything you buy, skills acquired, etc will be transferred to the real world, with zero repercussions. Where do you go?" and the responses had us wishing it was possible.
'Harry Potter'Photo: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Warner Bros. Pictures
From Redditor u/Financial_Code_7343:
Umm, Hogwarts...of course!!!
From Redditor u/Wildkarrde_:
Find the Room of Requirement, convince it that you need to hide something, and load up on illicit wizarding stuff. No one will know it's missing. Maybe leave the horcrux for Harry to find, otherwise Book 7 will go badly.
From Redditor u/PianoBroha:
If you brought back the powers to reality, then wouldn’t you stay magical? Just bring the books and materials and keep teaching yourself since the magical ability wouldn’t go away and just hone it.604Cool universe to visit?
'Lord of the Rings'Photo: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey / Warner Bros. Pictures
From Redditor u/Fruitofedudlo:
I really wanna have a full day of eating with hobbits. Breakfast, second breakfast, elevenses, luncheon, afternoon tea, dinner and supper. I also wanna try the salted pork of Isengard with some Old Toby after.
From Redditor u/mooimafish3:
I wonder how well the hobbits spiced their food? They don't seem like a people with trade routes all over Middle-earth to get spices.
From Redditor u/haywhat:
I love how most of these answers involve bringing back billions, galaxies, skillsets and you're here just like...
'F*ck that. More breakfasts.' I dig.6110Cool universe to visit?
'Star Wars'Photo: The Empire Strikes Back / 20th Century Fox
From Redditor u/PoorCorrelation:
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. Force heal sounds a lot cheaper than the dentist.
From Redditor u/BigJaredFella:
And maybe a lightsaber or 2...hundred.
From Redditor u/BrainstormsBriefcase:
That’s an extremely mundane use of the force.457Cool universe to visit?
From Redditor u/Xeluu:
Pokémon, for sure. So many responses here rely on you being the hero or having certain things to start.
I’m sure I could convince one of the professors or a random person to give me a pokeball or my first Pokémon. You get and train that first Pokémon you can fight others to get money, find gold nuggets, etc. Get and bring back a revive and max revive? Oh my god the scientific possibilities!
Finally, pets you can bring back with you. Create fresh water, random vines, a bird that can carry you, etc.
From Redditor u/FreshMarvin:
Yes. 30 days is enough to become a Pokémon master, so I'll have a bad*ss team of Pokémon, a sh*t load of money and enough items to heal my little friends without existing Pokémon centers in the real world.
From Redditor u/theinsanepotato:
Much more importantly than that, there are tons of Pokémon that would allow you to travel to any universe you want even after the 30 days is up.408Cool universe to visit?