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Black holes will be rare.Very rare, but if you go searching, you might be able to fnd one inside a month.We will follow the concept that black holes are wormholes, and will teleport you somewhere else. So, if you enter a black hole, it will teleport you in another black hole (it could be close or extremely far, you never know). And then, from the other blackhole, you will be able to go back in your previous black hole. So, each blach hole will have a pair. For example, blackhole 1 will warp you to blackhole 2, and blackhole 2 will warp you back to blackhole 1.  A black hole will have a 0.2% chance to be a universal blackhole.That means that it will  warp you to another universe.An entire universe, exactly like the other. Because if the game is called Dual Universe, and it just has one universe, it doesn't really match its title. Also, add a GPS so we can see coordinates.

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11 hours ago, zisiwgamer912 said:

Because if the game is called Dual Universe, and it just has one universe, it doesn't really match its title.

It's called "Dual Universe" because the game's lore is based on Quantum Branching (Many-worlds Interpretation) discovered on the 2400s. In this concept, all possible succeeding outcomes (called "Quantum Events") exist in their own different, separate, and parallel universe and what outcome one realizes in the present is the Quantum Event belonging to the universe (branch point) one is in.

 

When you die in Dual Universe, another parallel universe (Quantum Event) exists where everything is identical except you didn't died and you are inside the Resurrection Node. When you die and then resurrected, you are now playing the game on a different Quantum Event (different universe) where you didn't died. That is where the title "Dual Universe" came from.

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9 hours ago, Eternal said:

It's called "Dual Universe" because the game's lore is based on Quantum Branching (Many-worlds Interpretation) discovered on the 2400s. In this concept, all possible succeeding outcomes (called "Quantum Events") exist in their own different, separate, and parallel universe and what outcome one realizes in the present is the Quantum Event belonging to the universe (branch point) one is in.

 

When you die in Dual Universe, another parallel universe (Quantum Event) exists where everything is identical except you didn't died and you are inside the Resurrection Node. When you die and then resurrected, you are now playing the game on a different Quantum Event (different universe) where you didn't died. That is where the title "Dual Universe" came from.

these are all really complicated nerdy stuff, although i understand it. I just said that if they add a second dimension, it would match the name more. My idea is to add the blackholes, not the explanation of its name meaning. But thanks for the explanation

 

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