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    Dreamed of Full Dive Virtual Reality (Like SAO)

    by , 03-02-2017 at 12:31 PM (559 Views)
    I wasn't lucid for this dream at all, and I can't believe I never thought of doing it lucid!

    I dreamed that me and a group of friends, which were all DC's didn't actually know them, where playing a Full Dive Reality game that was like a futuristic shooter, more like the Crysis series than Halo though. We ran a raid through some sort of high tech terrorist compound, but we were doing it all Splinter Cell like. Until about 10 minutes in we got spotted by a damn camera >.< unfortunately for the terrorists, they didn't have the badass suits that we had, that pretty much made us ninjas, and assisted with accuracy.

    Let me tell you, you haven't lived until you ran across a wall for a few seconds and managed to get a few headshots in.

    After we finished the raid we walked through the exit door and it become like a lobby type area, where cold drinks were waiting for us, nice couch and tv, and we sat and talked about the raid until I woke up.
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    Comments

    1. JadeGreen's Avatar
      I've been searching for people that had experiences similar to mine; dreams in virtual reality. Consider how after the raid, rather than a formal debriefing you just relaxed, as though you were aware even in dream that the raid and the killings weren't real and that there was actually less tension because of that. Since you are in some way aware of your reality; aware that the infiltration and fight is not real, but not neccesarialy aware that the raid is not real relative to waking life, could it be considered a lower level of lucidity?
    2. Cashby's Avatar
      I believe so. I like to say that I'm almost always what I call "Semi-lucid" Which I consider a low form of awareness that I'm dreaming, but I let the dream take it's natural course and don't stabilize and take control, out of curiosity to see what my subconscious is trying to tell me, cause I believe natural dreams have purpose and meaning. But say a dream turns into a nightmare? Then I go "Full lucid" stabilize, and tele out to a better place. In other words there's always a chance of me being lucid in my dreams.