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{{Infobox location|title = Interdimensional Void|image = Image:57c58d39c3deaaf915863ee303a3ec69.jpg|type = Void/Hubworld|location = Multiverse/Megaverse}}A Interdimensional Void is an area in-between every single verse, dimension, realm, etc. in a [[multiverse]]. This cold also be considered a [[hubworld]].
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{{Infobox location|title = Interdimensional Void|image = Image:57c58d39c3deaaf915863ee303a3ec69.jpg|type = Void/Hubworld|location = Multiverse/Megaverse}}A Interdimensional Void is an area in between every single verse, dimension, realm, etc. in a [[multiverse]].
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'''Extrauniversal space''' is the term for the empty void of pure vacuum (or, in some interpretations, nothing at all) filling multiverses in between the universes inside. It is essentially a smaller-scale version of [[The Outside]] or the [[Beyondverse]]. Some methods of travelling between universes involve going through this space. It has an arbitrary number of dimensions in both space and time.
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This "space" does not always have to exist. Multiverses can be constructed so that all of their universes are in the same spacial location but overlapped on top of each other, and there are undoubtedly many other ways to arrange a huge or infinite number of universes without needing a space beyond it.[[Category:Information]]
 
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Revision as of 19:43, November 29, 2016

A Interdimensional Void is an area in between every single verse, dimension, realm, etc. in a multiverse.

Extrauniversal space is the term for the empty void of pure vacuum (or, in some interpretations, nothing at all) filling multiverses in between the universes inside. It is essentially a smaller-scale version of The Outside or the Beyondverse. Some methods of travelling between universes involve going through this space. It has an arbitrary number of dimensions in both space and time.

This "space" does not always have to exist. Multiverses can be constructed so that all of their universes are in the same spacial location but overlapped on top of each other, and there are undoubtedly many other ways to arrange a huge or infinite number of universes without needing a space beyond it.

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