Cyber Space is the reality of all computers. There are several dimensions that make up Cyber Space.

The only thing that exists outside of Cyber Space is the mysterious realm of the User.

There are at least four dimensions that make up Cyber Space. The two largest dimensions are the Net and the Web. These two massive dimensions are the bulk of the cybernetic world.

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The Net

The Net is the best known dimension. Varied and diverse, it is inhabited by millions of people, mostly Sprites and Binomes. It is made up of complex cities and systems connected by an intricate series of pathways.

The Web

The Web is a feared and dangerous realm. It is extremely chaotic, with no pattern to its make up. Inhabited mostly by horrifying Web Creatures. It's environment is very dangerous and corrosive to anyone from the Net.

Sprites disappearing into the Game realm

Game Cubes come from their own dimension of Cyber Space. The Cubes move from system to system in a random pattern. They enter and leave cities through the systems sky. The realm of Game Cubes is simply full of energy and does not appear to have a landscape of its own.

The Key Tools returning from the Shadow Realm

There appears to also be a 'shadow realm' within cyber space. The Guardian Key Tools hid there to keep the Super Virus Daemon from using their portal forming abilities. Almost nothing is known about this dimension of cyber space. (What's Love Got To Do With It?)

The Key Tools returned from this shadow realm after the defeat of Daemon. The small black portals that they used suggest it to be a place of complete darkness, a void. (Null Bot of the Bride)


  • Cyberspace is a domain characterized by the use of electronics and the electromagnetic spectrum to store, modify, and exchange data via networked systems and associated physical infrastructures. The term originates in science fiction, where it also includes various kinds of virtual reality experienced by deeply immersed computer users or by entities who exist inside computer systems.
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