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    by , 12-06-2010 at 04:43 PM (476 Views)
    06.12.2010
    Launchgrid (Non-lucid)

    NON-DREAM DREAM LUCID

    I'm recalling a lot of dreams lately, just don't feel like writing them down though, because they're either not spectacular enough, or they consist of just fragments. It sucks.
    However, this one was a bit more special,
    Before I fell asleep, I was just running through some of the maps in my head to see which I already know. Most of them: not anywhere near perfect, however Summit and Launch are very close.



    I was in a COD: Black Ops online game (it was very similar to TDM, there were no flags etc). I was using a galil, apparently without any attachments
    (I normally use the red dot scope) The map was for the most part like Launch but for some parts and details it was inspired by Grid. I checked my KD. 5/1. nice. Ran towards the center of Launch, threw a concussion over the embankment, then sprinted over it. Shot one enemy who was stunned and then I was then killed by a stickie (STUCK!)



    I respawned at the center of the map. I checked all sight lines and ran towards some red dots on my map. When I saw 3 enemies approaching, I did a dolphin dive
    (I have been watching some replays lately and noticed that pro's always use the dolphin dive) and shot 2 of them. The other ran around a truck (which was inspired by Grid) but I managed to shoot him in the back.

    I looked at my KD which was now 9/2, I was wondering "Which game mode is this? How did I even enter this game, I can't rem
    ember looking at the server browser or even clicking Ranked Match" I did not even bother thinking about the fact that it could be a dream. There was a dude which had a KD of 70/30, so I made the assumption I joined in later, and just kept playing.
    dammit.

    I missed a major dream sign here while being able to think clear. (crap!)

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