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Re: The Dream Thread
« Reply #40 on: October 18, 2013, 10:07:07 am »
The third time I've had this dream, sort-of...
It's a recurring nightmare, by the looks of things.
For the sake of simplicity, I'll be posting the entire nightmare again with the differences added, as usual.
I'll underline the things that are different from the previous two nightmares that were mostly similar.

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I dreamt that I, an Irish-, English-, Latin- and Afrikaans-speaking girl named Erin Molony, a Japanese, English- and Zulu-speaking boy named Richard de Goede, another boy named Shane Neumann (who spoke Afrikaans, Present Draconian, English, German and Past Draconian fluently), another guy named Grzegorz Rogóż (he spoke Polish, English, French and Spanish fluently), a shiny talking Gardevoir nicknamed Polaris, a boy named Julio Nemesis (who spoke Italian, English and Past Draconian fluently), yet another guy who went by the name of Philip (he spoke English, Macedonian, Greek, and Present Draconian fluently while also being able to decipher hieroglyphs), another guy named Alex (he spoke English and Spanish fluently), and a young boy named Kushagra (who spoke English and German fluently, as well as one or two other languages that I couldn't understand), were in a group. We were the chosen ones who were to save the planet from total destruction. All our weapons were enchanted to cause no wounds (like, say, my daggers couldn't make people bleed if they were stabbed with it or Shane's swords couldn't decapitate people).

I was skilled with poisoned daggers, poison magic, fire magic, nether magic, dark magic and cute magic. I was the second-in-command, apparently, and also had an attorney's badge. Yes, me, a lawyer who defends people. I don't get it...
Erin was skilled at battling her foes with two Keyblades, and casting water, ice, star, data and solar-element magic, in addition to cute magic. She was also one of our two "Generals".
Richard had the Sharingan which allowed him to copy fighting styles and such. While he could only cast heart magic, he was able to copy the spells and jutsu of his foes to counter with them.
Shane could use ice-and-lightning element swords, and he also had four Keyblades. In addition, he was able to cast ice, thunder, data and blah magic and also able to control aura, which he used to create a force field around himself and his friends at some time. He was also the leader of our group and carried a prosecutor's badge. I don't know how, but he had one. He also had the ability to use ninjutsu like that from Naruto, being able to actually juggle four Rasengan with ease.
Grzegorz had shuriken, kunai, guns, swords, and just about all the weapons from Haunted House Story. He also had the Byakugan, allowing him to have a near-360-degree vision. He could use heart, nature, dark, serpentine and wind magic at will.
Polaris could use all known Pokémon moves and abilities. He/she/it was also able to use magic-element spells, and also star, heart, light and dark magic. He/she/it also had the ability to wish for things, and all of his/her/its wishes becoming true... if it was within his/her/its power.
Julio was skilled at using any sort of weapon, although he excelled at using sabres. He also could cast wind, space and time, thunder, dark, blah and anti-matter magic. He was the other of our two "Generals".
Philip was the diplomat, who was a great help at all things related to shopping. He only cast blah magic, but since it's so random, it ended up being useful in times where there was no food. (Yay for the Pizza element!)
Alex was honorable - he never said no to help a person in need, whether the leader of our team liked it or not. He was skilled at using a sword imbued with the power of light, and could cast thunder, ice, fire, water and data magic with ease.
Kushagra was... well, calm, cool, collected, and able to formulate strategies in his head within a minute. Compared to Shikamaru (from Naruto), Kushagra was twice as smart. (:o) He could control fire, water, earth and wind with ease, and also cast quintessence magic. He was also a skilled shinobi, being capable of using A-rank ninjutsu.


We were in Cape Town when chaos happened: two mysterious girls who concealed their faces with gas masks and wielded Keyblades appeared elsewhere to cause chaos.
The two mysterious girls from a mysterious Organization XIII attacked and murdered everyone in a space station near Earth. Then they made sure that the entire place was full of poison gas bombs before they somehow found a way to send the space station crashing down to Earth... which it did. It caused the destruction of Gansbaai, and the only buildings that survived was Shane's house, the hotels, the primary school and the high school, the Caltex petrol station (at least, I think it was called "Caltex"), and the 7-11 store. The bombs on the space station exploded and the entire town was covered with a toxic cloud which killed everyone there who survived the explosion and such.

Our group was in Hermanus when we found out about the chaos. Both Erin and I wore gas masks, while the others wore HAZMAT suits - except for Shane, Polaris, Kushagra and Grzegorz. Shane blindfolded himself, using his ability to control aura to create a force field. Polaris' ability to use all Pokémon abilities (like Immunity and Pixilate, which made all Normal-type moves into the Fairy-type) helped him/her/it out, and Kushagra and Grzegorz each used used their abilities to control the element of wind to create barriers around them. We then traveled to the mostly-ruined town of Gansbaai, where Shane grew up.

When we arrived, the sky was red and the air toxic. Probably needless to say, I'm not sure, but Shane was so scared of the people in town and everyone in the group - except, of course, for Polaris, Kushagra and Grzegorz - since they wore gas masks or HAZMAT suits, if not both, that Erin and I actually had to drag him with us. I dragged him by the ear, Erin dragged him by the arm. Shane could "see" the chaos that transpired using his aura; how everyone died in town, and so forth. We all split up into three groups after Shane chose to go to his house.
Erin, Julio and I went to scout the ruins, to find any survivors... but there wasn't any survivors. Philip, Alex and Grzegorz went to Hermanus to get food, as Gansbaai's food was poisoned because of the toxic gas. Kushagra, Polaris and Richard went with Shane, where Kushagra used wind-elemental magic to clear the gas from the house. The four of them then chose to have fun, sort of.

Richard chose to read a book, Kushagra chose to watch television, and Polaris chose to meditate. Meanwhile, Shane played video games on his own, mostly, although every now and then Kushagra, Polaris or Richard would challenge Shane to a multiplayer competition thing. Apparently, he proved to be a challenge for all three when they had played Toribash to see who could defeat Shane: Kushagra, Polaris and Richard all had 0 victories, while Shane had 30. Then, Kushagra and Richard chose to challenge Shane to a Little Fighter 2 battle. Shane picked Louis, Richard picked John and Kushagra picked Davis. And Shane won without a single loss, after five battles. Polaris, on the other hand, chose to challenge Shane to a chess match. After five victories, Shane was the victor. All this while Shane was blindfolded and therefore unable to see a thing.

After his victory over Polaris, everyone else in the group returned, and everyone (except me) tried to defeat him in Toribash as well... only to discover that Shane was far too hard to defeat. Philip was the only one who even came close - he scored 19992 points, while Shane had scored 19994 points. Kushagra then asked what Shane's strategy was, and Shane's answer was this:
Quote from: Shane
Um.
It's entirely random.
As for how I could see without being able to see...
I have absolutely no idea whatsoever.
Strange, is it not?
Erin and I merely laughed, while everyone else looked surprised. Philip then used some Blah-elemental magic to create a small hotel below the house for our group, where everyone (except for Shane) stayed in. Shane stayed at his house.

The following day, I chose to challenge Shane to a multiplayer competition of all the two-player games he had on his computer.
And he beat me in the most embarrassing way - he was blindfolded, I wasn't. :-[
TrackMania Nations Forever, Toribash, Little Fighter 2, Battle for Wesnoth, Hedgewars, Peggle World of Warcraft Edition... he just won every time.
And then, I just took of my gas mask and kissed him. :-[

For some reason, everyone else planned a party because of it, and Shane's expression... let's just say that it was even more hilarious than Edgeworth's WTF-face. And it remained the same the entire day.
Since that moment, Shane and I were a couple, whether he liked it or not. (And obviously, he didn't.)
Philip then cast another Blah-elemental spell, this time to create a Training Room and an Elevator for easier access to aforementioned Training Room and Hotel rooms.
We all went down to the Training Room to train... when Shane created two Rasengan, threw them up into the air, created two more Rasengan, and started juggling them... before he used all four Rasengan to strike a practice dummy, causing it to explode like a ventriloquist's doll. Then monsters suddenly appeared, and we all prepared to battle...





... After that, I woke up. I wasn't crying this time, at least.

In the previous dream, we found a lead on who was responsible... and then we found a portal leading to Endania. But not in this one, as you can read above.
Aidan "the Eternal Darkness" is deceased...
I am still full of sorrow... my boyfriend, dead...