Earth is the third planet from the Milky Way Galaxy's Sun. It is the only real planet known to harbor life, having a population of over 7 billion humans alone, and about 8.7 million other species. Its surface is 70% water, which sustains the variety of organisms living there.
Earth and alternate Earths appear as settings in a large amount of Fantendo media. This is because most Fantendo users live on the planet in real life.
- 1 Appearances
- 2 List of countries
Sonic and his friends live on Earth in Sonic Speedball RPG: The Series and it appears in the last chapter on Sonic Speedball RPG II: The Coming of Chaos! and the first chapter of Sonic Speedball RPG III: Nega's Empire where McQueen Mario battles the boss, RPG.
After Gradient enters the wormhole leading to Future Earth, he meets Bass, who takes him to meet Dr. Wily. Gradient is given the mission of destroying the combat robot Mega Man. Gradient defeats Mega Man, but Mega Man tells Gradient that Dr. Wily is actually an evil scientist, and that Mega Man is actually a good combat robot that fights for everlasting peace. Gradient goes to see Dr. Light. The party members are:
Gradient defeats Creation Man, Dr. Wily's robot that has several arms, each which can turn into various elemental robots. Dr. Wily drops a Halfcharm and runs away, leaving a wormhole back to the Battle Frontier.
- Main article: Sol System
In the first game of the Paradox series, Star Pilot, a battle to fend off an alien armada results in the destruction of the Sun, and as a result, the destruction of the Earth. However, a division between the upper and lower classes of the surviving Humans results in a conflict later known as the Great Civil War.
Earth Rocket Racing
Earth is the main location of Earth Rocket Racing, with tracks in the game being themed around real life locations but the hub is a thriving metropolis in a unknown country.
A hypothetical future Earth is one of the two main settings of Flexagoner, alongside a strange alternate universe that the main character, Vesper, becomes trapped in. Flexagoner's Earth is presented as a dystopia in many ways. Despite life appearing to be largely the same as in the twenty-first century, Earth has a much bigger population, and thus much bigger problems, than ever before.