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The possibilities are endless.

What if the worlds of Sonic were something that could be explored in reality? These could be anywhere Sonic and friends have visited; Zones, stages, adventure fields, whatever!

What if you could visit one right now? Which ones would be the safest, and which the most dangerous? How long would you survive? Would you want to live in one? All aspects of the real world apply, including physics, health risks, and need for OXYGEN (can't go to space, bro).

Remember to be (kind of) realistic; I honestly don't think you'd last very long taking up residence at Chemical Plant Zone.

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Oil ocean zone could be good since we won't have to be afraid of a bad oil supply....

As long as no one lights a match we'll be fine.

Or could it be.....We already found a zone?

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Much as I would love to visit Casino Night Zone, the pinball mechanics would be freaking DEADLY. Think about it. You bounce off a pinball flipper and then crack your skull open on a spherical bumper. Not fun.

Casinopolis though, now THAT'S a different story.

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I'd probably take up residence in the Green Hill Zone. A beautiful place, filled with lots of nature! And by the way, Generations GHZ is how GHZ actually looks.

Of course, I'd also like to take a trip to Eggman's Interstellar Amusement Park! Hanging out at the Tropical Resort, hurling at the Sweet Mountain, Going to the Starlight Carnival and hurling due to dizziness, Planet Wisp and all it's alien foliage, Aquarium Park with all it's undersea glory and the Bucket 'O Sushi, where I can hurl! AND I WON'T SET FOOT ON THE ASTEROID COASTER BECAUSE ROLLERCOASTERS SCARE ME

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Gee, the Interstellar Amusement Park sure involves a lot of hurling, huh?

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"Welcome to Twinkle Park! The happiest place on earth!"

Oil ocean zone could be good since we won't have to be afraid of a bad oil supply....

As long as no one lights a match we'll be fine.

oh you

Thinking about it, why hasn't anyone mentioned Sweet Mountain?

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AND I WON'T SET FOOT ON THE ASTEROID COASTER BECAUSE ROLLERCOASTERS SCARE ME

I won't set foot on the Asteroid Coaster because the main attraction practically derails into nonexistance at the beginning of Act 1. Also lack of oxygen.

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Green Hill Zone is probably great for picnics or hiking.

"Welcome to Green Hill Zone National Park! If you are lucky, you might get a Sonic sighting! Take a picture to get up on our SONIC SIGHTING wall in our lovely GIFT SHOP! But we remind you, please do not feed the badniks"

Seriously though, I would also love to visit the Space Colony ARK (the indoor parts of course). From what we've seen, it is a awesome, high tech place of cutting-edge research. Unfortunately, it is another story if the defense systems are turned on.......

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It'd be awesome to live on a floating island because you'd slowly drift to all sorts of neat places and still have a home. I guess Angel Island is out, the entire place being sacred ground and all (where the hell did Casinopolis or whatever come from?) so i'll be erecting my small hut in Sunset Park on South Island, if i remember that zone correctly.

Ah, and the local Chao Gardens! I'll be needing a baseball bat...

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I know it really doesn't have anything to do with zones, but I'd get myself a Chao and a Wisp and keep them as pets. They're really cute ^-^

The zone I would visit is Planet Wisp because of how beautiful it is. I think it would be really fun to have a picnic there, play with the Wisps, and run around in those big, open fields.

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I wonder. Would Mushroom Hill be a good place to live in? You know, with the spores, the trippy mushrooms and everything?

Maybe I would rent a little house near Stardust Speedway. But then again I am a nostalgic guy, and I would feel homesick on another planet. Yeah, Spagonia is a good place to live in, with its Orange Roofs. I bet it's a wonderful feeling running on those rooftops...

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Apotos.

Too obvious? Drat. Otherwise, I'd love to visit Emerald Coast. Mainly just due to the nostalgia blast, but outside of the Badniks within 30 steps of the hotel's doors, it seems like a pretty relaxing place. Include Station Square in that and we've got a winner for me.

"Oh, and do not feed, make eye contact with, or talk to the Echidna."

"And for the love of all that is good, do NOT pack grapes in your picnic baskets. You have been warned."

...thinking about it, if Angel Island was ever made into a National Park-type place, I could totally see Knuckles going Yogi Bear on all of the visitors out of spite.

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