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    WoW, Grandcharles, Vonnegut

    by ccrinbama on 07-15-2014 at 06:02 PM
    I have a fragment that exists before my actual memories. I'm going down a road, and meet a vendor, and he asks me if I have a particular mount already. It's a polar bear mount? I tell him that my Draenei could use it. I was up on a ridge. It feels oddly, in retrospect, like I may have been in Feralas?

    The earliest point in the dream that I can truly say I remember is me walking down a road, in a grassy, urban area in a large valley? I recall red rocks. Anyway, I eventually came to a small station, which looked perhaps like a gas station, but wasn't, exactly. There were three gnomes there, and it became readily apparent that this was a quest hub. They had daily quests available, but I was able to turn them in, as I had done them in the past. So I turned them in, and it activated a teleporter that took me to a place called Solitude. It is irrelevant, as I don't really remember the location it took me to.

    The final phase of the dream (and the only other part I remember) took place in a car, and I was driving around what appeared to be the same geographical area. Red rocks, lots of grass, valley, roads. My grandfather, and some other people were there. Man, this took place after a long and intense dream segment that's related to both of these, but that I can't remember. Anyway, I was riding in a car with grandcharles and some students. He was soon to be taking a class on Kurt Vonnegut. Or maybe teaching it? No, taking it, because I later found out that Shelly Huth would be teaching it. ANYWAY. Someone made some statement about the book (Slaughter House Five, I think) that I didn't agree with at all, but instead of attack the viewpoint, I was going to direct grandcharles to a quote in the book itself, something for him to focus on while reading. I paraphrased the quote, but someone else (another future student in the class, I assume) said that I had it all wrong, and insisted we look up the quote. Turns out it wasn't where I thought it was, it was in the back of the book, buried in fields of other quotes and pictures of space. I didn't get it just right, and when grandcharles read it, he stated that it probably referred to the marriage ritual Vonnegut had created for him and all of his descendants (no such ritual exists, to my knowledge). I remember claiming that it could be viewed as a companion quote to something that exists in the opening of Cat's Cradle. Then, my girlfriend woke me up.
    non-lucid , dream fragment

    Coastal City South of York

    by ccrinbama on 07-14-2014 at 05:12 PM
    I think there was much more to the dream before this, and his was the tail end of a much longer story. Regardless, I remember looking at a map, trying to find the quickest way to Gulf Shores from York (which I was near, for some reason). York was pretty close to the coast, apparent, and gulf shores appeared to be south and west of it. As I was looking at the map, I noticed some coastal cities along the way, that I had never heard of before. One was just outside of York, apparently, in a fictional city called Roseton, or Basetown, or something like that?

    Anyway, I headed towards it, and pulled up to fictional intersection that I've seen in my dreams before. There was a windmill there and gas station, which was normal. Part of the windmill (the topmost bladed part) fell off while I was waiting at the intersection. I then noticed that there was a brand new gas station underneath the windmill (beside it and beneath it, it wasn't part of the windmill), which was exciting, because there was usually just a run down, empty lot there. So, there were two brand new gas stations. We pulled into the one on the right, beneath the windmill. We stopped, and Katie Lewis was there. She got out, said hello. I introduced her to my girlfriend, and called her by Kaia's name, but she had apparently shapeshifted into Katelyn Rew. We then got back in the car, and I figured that introducing her with Kaia's name probably hadn't been the best faux pas, and decided to not to touch the subject.

    We then took the road between the gas stations, and it led immediately to the coastal town. On my first visit, I noticed some fast food places and a walmart, and that it was directly on the coast (or a river?), and that there was ice all around. I left (I don't remember what I did during this absence, or any other absence, for that matter), and then returned. On the second venture, my family had come with me. My sister was pretty amazed that I had never noticed all of this was here before. The area had grown, and was now pretty populated with people. Also, you could apparently see Cuba from the coast? Like, close enough to swim to, very easily (not the city Cuba, the island nation). We went to a library, which was ok. I searched for Heretics of Dune, but couldn't find it (nothing but prequels, of course). We then left for a very brief period of time (again, no recollection of what I did, there honestly may have been no time shift, and my mind just made it seem like I had left in order to change the scene of the city) and returned.

    This time, it was MASSIVE, and there was a clear eastern and western part to the city. All of it was floating on ice, though the bergs weren't really separated, they formed a large landmass, for the most part. It was also less immediately apparent, now, and required hopping over one or two small ice floes to reach the city proper. It felt like a WoW quest hub, honestly, and I remember someone doing some kind of rocket races or something? For some reason, my mind associated them with Goblins, but I don't think that they were actually Goblins. It was pointed out to me by a third party (it felt like Lindsey from Arrested Development was speaking into my mind) that the eastern (left, from my perspective) portion of the island was very politically liberal, while the western (right, from my perspective) portion of the island was very conservative.

    So I went to the eastern part, which I hadn't been to yet. They also had a library, which was much better. While I was looking for the book I ran into someone who works there, I assume, as she was going to help me find what I was looking for. She was some weird mixture of Meghan A and Haley from Birmingham. I remember us stopping to talk, and her rubbing her toes against my foot in a weird, flirtatious way. I found the book, Heretics of Dune, thanked her, and left. At this point, I left the library, and was then woken up by my girlfriend, who wanted to go find breakfast. So now, we're gonna go find breakfast.

    As a side note, every time I left the city and came back, I may have had a false awakening, because I seem to remember a sensation of relief each time I went back to the city, in that I was relieved it was still there, and perhaps that indicates that I suspected it was just a dream, due to a FA.


    by ccrinbama on 07-12-2014 at 04:48 PM
    I don't remember the dream, not really, only one particular scene. I'm tempted to state that I was lucid for the one scene I remember, but I think that would be a lie. I think that I was, in the context of the dream, in an altered state of mind -- a trance-like state -- and was testing my capacity for carrying out super-human actions within the dreamscape of this trance-like state. So, like a meta dream? Regardless, I remember the idea of wanting to test my abilities, in a land where I could do whatever I wanted. So I practiced my capacity for high-jumping, and I was ascending up this giant tree-like structure, high jumping to each ramp area I could walk up.

    It was fun.
    non-lucid , dream fragment

    Intro Class Daily Dream Snippets XPost

    by ccrinbama on 07-08-2014 at 12:54 PM
    Just a single fragment, really, that's decayed some since I woke up, at that.

    I had a set of abilities. One could be attained through an arm extension motion, palm down, and I think I could move and control things, and perhaps crush things. The other was attained by the same arm extension, but palm up, with my hand being slowly grasped into a fist, and it worked just like corpse explosion from the Diablo series of games, in that I could make corpses explode or (more commonly) turn into a pile of acidic bile on command.

    This entry occurred yesterday morning at about 10AM. I'm moving it over here from the dream snippets thread.

    Updated 07-08-2014 at 12:56 PM by ccrinbama (Adding Tags, Explanation)

    dream fragment , non-lucid

    ASMS, a Labyrinth and Hannah

    by ccrinbama on 08-13-2012 at 07:34 PM
    I was trapped in a stone labyrinth beneath ASMS. Nick and I got trapped there because we went to find the bathroom. We had gone down and found a room that didn't seem like a bathroom, but actually was a bathroom. In this room, though, were two fresh bodies, and I had the feeling that someone was watching this. Also, this area of the school seemed ancient. Like, medieval ancient, in structure. We turned to get out, and we went the way we came in. It was a room with a large staircase that followed all four walls up to the top. When we got up there, we couldn't get out, though, there was no door. We had to call the guy that created it, who I thought may be a villain, and we also called the front desk of ASMS. The lady at the desk had been trapped down there before, and was trying to explain to us how to get out. Something about a series of buttons and the whole staircase would rotate towards the door. You only had a short window of opportunity to try this in, though, before the door moved to an entirely different area of the alternate reality we were now in, which the dream had just shifted to. There were a few people with us now, Kaia was one of us. We didn't finish our side in time, so we had to quickly move to the other side of the dreamscape. As we left, I passed an area with some large predatory cat in it, which I had to kind of fight and push against a gate to trap it in place. The area we were in was essentially a city, and every building had the potential to hold the stairway and door out of the area and back up into the real world. But we seemed to know where it was at the time. It had moved to a restaurant on the far side of the area, inside of a store that was like a walmart, but had some other name. We went in, and a guy there told us that since we were so unhappy. We should take some free pants on the way out. I told him not to worry about that, but show us where the restaurant in the store was. He took us there and sat us down, it was actually pretty nice. He was starting to hand us menus when the dream ended and shifted to another one.

    In this next dream, I was in a bed with Hannah and two other girls. One of them was playing guitar, the other was just lying there. None of us was wearing clothing. Hannah got up to leave, and I got up to follow her. Before I left, though, I decided I want to sing some of the song that the other girl was playing on guitar. It was "The Day the Music Died," one of my favorite songs. So I sang as I was leaving to follow. And then I woke up.