• Lucid Dreaming - Dream Views

    View RSS Feed


    ccxcvii. Invitation, Unusual BFG

    by , 07-05-2021 at 02:48 PM (328 Views)
    5th July 2021


    I'm looking at my profile on one of the art sites? I notice I have an unread PM and click to check it. It's from a site moderator I think and I check to see if it really is one, by looking for a certain symbol or something? The message reads at first something like "Dear user, as it is so rare to come across individuals like yourself", going on for a short bit and then asking further down if I'd like to become a moderator, myself.

    There's still some kind of special application process and scrolling through the, actually somewhat long, message, I see some red hyperlink buttons with white text. They have something to do with answering some questions for the application. At the start of these is also a green one and I perceive green as bad? The green one is for saying that you're not interested in this or something.

    I think about this and consider the responsibilities, the kind of things I might have to deal with, potentially unpleasant. And also the fact that it's not a paid role or position, it's voluntary even with the application and so on. Despite all this I still consider applying. Rest of recall faded.


    In a game world of some kind, with H. It feels like DOOM, Quake or UT. The zone feels a bit void of anything at all, very empty. There's an orange-purple atmospheric effect? The only things that seem to exist around here are some kind of simple and white geometric structures that we walk across. I do some jumping tricks and get up on top of what is supposed to be like a small building. There's a "BFG 9000" here on the flat rooftop, it's a secret pick-up. This BFG has a unique design and is really quite big, as I pick it up I visually note that H gets it too.

    The weapon's design is chunky at the start, then it becomes tri-pronged kind of and extends almost two yards in front. These bits sticking out are like electro-magnetic rails and they are a silvery metal but with a light blue electric glow. The rest of the design is primarily green, the green tone I associate with DOOM.

    Anyway, then a boss or elite enemy appears or something. I consider whether or not we should use our new BFGs on it and end up deciding not and that we should just use regular rocket launchers to fight it. I think about the fact that the BFG has very limited ammo and sooner or later we'll end up firing at the same time anyway in combat situations, effectively wasting shots.


    - On waking and trying to draw the weapon in its most basic form I realised I couldn't imagine what the grip for it could be like. I then realised I've never really paid attention to this detail on BFG designs.

    - The first dream may relate to how I have sometimes done things freely for others because I felt that it was important enough to do as a voluntary thing. The issue has often been for me that I have not been either rewarded nor recognised for it and not even getting some recognition for helping makes it feel like I've been used for my eagerness, ultimately making me feel naive and cynical about such things.
    Occipitalred, JakeMcDake and Lang like this.

    Submit "ccxcvii. Invitation, Unusual BFG" to Digg Submit "ccxcvii. Invitation, Unusual BFG" to del.icio.us Submit "ccxcvii. Invitation, Unusual BFG" to StumbleUpon Submit "ccxcvii. Invitation, Unusual BFG" to Google


    1. monsa199a's Avatar
      nice! it seems like the second fragment its a great inspiration for an awesome art piece...
      DarkestDarkness likes this.
    2. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
      It was a peculiarly simple setting in terms of environment, it probably wouldn't take me too long to make something that in 3D, but getting the atmosphere right would be tricky, and characters are beyond me.
    3. aussiemusician's Avatar
      is the art site an actual site that exists?
    4. DarkestDarkness's Avatar
      Yes, it always is.
    5. aussiemusician's Avatar
      what is the art site ?
      do have any art on the site?