Its state has never been identified; many believe it is either New Jersey (where the first movie was filmed) or Connecticut, which has an actual Crystal Lake. Gopher Prairie, Minnesota - setting of Sinclair Lewis novel Main Street, Gormenghast - A city-sized castle featured in the first two books of a trilogy by Mervyn Peake, Goron City - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Tarbox, Massachusetts - setting of John Updike's novel, Couples, based on Ipswich, Massachusetts, Taros - capital city of Milphena in the Belligerent comics, Tarrytown - a small USA town with an airport. Prickley Pines - the town that is set for Camp Lazlo. Identified with Cadbury Castle. Fictionalized version of Pottsville. Darnassus - Night elf capital in World of Warcraft is in inspired that to Chicago. Rocky Beach - located in California, not too far from Los Angeles and Hollywood, the home town of The Three Investigators. Sanctum - The city where the Primes and their worshipers reside in The 100. Moonlight Bay, California - setting for Dean Koontz's Seize the Night and Fear Nothing, parody to Los Angeles. Cyber City - Capital city of Cybertron, the Transformers's home planet, in the Dreamwave comics of Transformers: Armada. Les Cités Obscures, created by François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters, is a Counter-Earth consisting of several city states, including Brüsel, Pâhry, Københaven, Blossfeldtstad, Urbicande, Xhystos, Mylos, and Galatograd). Ouigee Falls - setting of Guy Vasilovich's Moville Mysteries, Oured - The Capital City of Osea in the Ace Combat Series, Oxrun Station - setting of many novels and short stories by World Fantasy Award author Charles L. Grant. If you are not yet a member, please click here to join. Tashbaan capital of the fictional land of Calormen in the Chronicles of Narnia, it is mentioned in several books but appears only in The Horse and His Boy. * Herndon County, Minnesota? Moors - Home of the horned fairy Maleficent and it is the border of a human kingdom, The Swampy area's and Dark forests are structuly inspired landscape of Chicago Illinois. Sto Lat - town on the Sto Plains, famous for its cabbage in Terry Pratchett's Discworld. Dead City - In The Metro Series it is set in Russia in most of the city, other additional buildings, subways, and landscape are inspired by Chicago Illinois and its culture of sub zero temperatures. Now accepting invitations for online video talks and readings for bookstores and clubs for The Stone Girl. It is inspired design of New York City (The city itself is called "Galactic City", and later, "Imperial City". Pussy City - setting of the video game Pussy City Pimps, PYRUS- capital city of Genovia from the movie the princess diaries, Quahog, Rhode Island - setting of Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy. Quirm - town in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, home of the inventor Leonard of Quirm who is currently residing in Ankh-Morpork. Skynet - In the Terminator saga Skynet is home to many terminators and is inspired by Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago Illinois, due to their nature of robots. Frontera - the setting of the 1995 film Lone Star. Lost Heaven - primary setting of the computer and video game Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven, Lowerton - a suburb of Kim Possible's hometown, Middleton, Luc - City in Graham Greene's novel The Heart of the Matter, based on Freetown, Sierra Leone, Luca - town, with its magnificent blitzball stadium, in Spira (Final Fantasy X). Darunia - Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. East Handsometown - hometown of Pim's boyfriend on Phil of the Future, East Proctor, England - small Northern English town with a werewolf problem in An American Werewolf in London, Eastwick, Massachusetts - John Updike's The Witches of Eastwick. Belisaere - city in Garth Nix's Old Kingdom series, protected from Dead spirits by being built as an enormous bridge over deep fast-running water: the river Ratterlin. Dale - A city of men in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. Rampart Junction, Iowa - Ray Bradbury's "The Town Where No One Got Off", Ramsdale - nymphet girl's hometown in Lolita (set in New Hampshire in Stanley Kubrick's film), rapture - the underwater utopia / dystopia ravashed by genetic mutilation and war featured in the video game bioshock, Ravenholm - zombie-infested town in Half-Life 2; its only surviving resident is the demented Father Grigori. This is not a fictional city, as Tokyo-to refers to the actual Japanese metropolitan prefecture of Tokyo. * Ironwood County, Minnesota - the setting for the Ironwood County novels by John Schreiber. Coruscant - The capital city of the Galactic Republic from the Star Wars. SimCity, from the computer games of the same name, Skeeter's Creek - from the video game Big Mutha Truckers. Arkadia - another city near the center of the Earth. Bedrock - setting of Hanna-Barbera's The Flintstones. Llanview, Pennsylvania - setting for the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live. Imboca, Galicia, Spain - small village, setting of Dagon, a clear reference to H.P. San Fierro - Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, modelled after San Francisco, California. Bes Pelargic - harbor town in the Agatean Empire in Terry Pratchett's Discworld, Blackbury - small UK town in Terry Pratchett's The Bromeliad and Johnny Maxwell trilogy, Black Harbour - Nova Scotia setting for CBC Television series of the same name, Black Mesa, New Mexico - setting of the video game Half-Life, Blaine, Missouri - the town celebrated in the film Waiting for Guffman, Blue Valley - childhood home of Wally West (The Flash, formerly Kid Flash), Boneville - unseen home of the Bone cousins in Bone by Jeff Smith.

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