Lets just say the the world had ended back on december 21, 2012, but right beore it did you have 7 STAR GATES open right in front of you. You can see from the 7 Gates....
1. A world that looks almost something from Lord of the Rings.
2. A world that looks closely like Blade Runner.
3. A world that looks somewhat like something from the Marvel universe.
4. A world that looks Slightly like Star Trek right after the Show Enterprise.
5. A world that looks Strongly like Star Wars after the Return of the Jedi.
6. A world the looks just like the DC Universe.
7. A world that is full of tropical islands.
You don't have much time to pick, and the people that see the gates are running your way. You don't know how long you have, so you must make you choice in the matter of seconds.
What would you pick, and what do you see your self doing right now 2 months later in that new place.
Oh and to be fair about it, you would get 1000 in whatever currentcy once you crossed over, and something to use as transport of that period to get your around. Maybe so people run in with you too, I know i would. lol
A world that looks Strongly like Star Wars after the Return of the Jedi.
I would be signing up on every freighter I could find, to be a crewman or whatever so that one day I could have my own ship.
tropical islands would be second, but don't know if the gate would put me on an island or in the sea somewhere between. Also, there's the issue with fresh water, and money would be useless unless there was a population center on the island the gate chose to put me on.
Star Trek uniferse FTW , why?...because in Star Trek i can use holodeck and recreate all of worlds on list and much more(in much more im thinking of vulcan/orion/bolian/caitian.... happy programs that you can run in holodeck ).
Well, I don't know... Tropical islands tend to have cannibals on them. I'm not going to live in some dystopian disaster waiting to happen world, so that rules out the Blade Runner universe, or both the comic book ones. Star Wars universe is kind of mundane-unfriendly as well. That leaves Trek and Lord of the Rings. Post ENT is still pretty early on. I've no interest in being stuck in interstellar space with a freighter crew for months on end before I finally get to see a strange new world, and there's probably not quite that many civilians setting out past the furthest lines on the map yet, so...
I guess I'll bring the secret of gunpowder to Middle Earth. Sure, I'll have to walk everywhere at first, but at least I'll get to be king.