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Utopia is one of the worlds that are participating in The Game. It's based on modern fictions.
The World Representative of Utopia is unknown.
The exiled soul of Utopia is unknown.
Utopia is described by Algernon as a world where everything is accelerating. Computer networks have expanded so much that you can send info anywhere in the world in an instant. Things can be freely exchanged there, including energy, gravity waves, even genetic resources. Gold and silver can be easily produced, whereas things like beauty and even life spans can be manipulated. The societal system in Utopia revolves around efficiency in decision-making and action-taking.
Otohime describes the world of Utopia as "a paradise that exists nowhere", and where ideals and reality become the opposite.
|Transients of Utopia|
- Originally, Utopia was named Atlantis, determined via datamining. Why this was changed is currently unknown.
- Many of the transients of Utopia are all based on characters of science fiction.
- Algernon is based on the protagonist from Flowers for Algernon, Charlie. He is also merged with the titular mouse from the same story.
- Breke is a combination of two characters: Andrew Blake from Clifford D. Simak's novel The Werewolf Principal, and the wolf Freki from Norse mythology.
- Nomad is based on Gulliver "Gully" Foyle from Alfred Bester's novel The Stars My Desintation.
- Overlord is presumably based on an alien race called the Overlords from Arthur C. Clarke's novel Childhood's End.
- R-19 is heavily inspired by the Replicants from the Blade Runner franchise.
- The only character so far that is exempt from this themeing is Quantum, who is based on a thought experiment in quantum mechanics called Schrödinger's cat.