Geomancer wrote:I had a dream that I met the creator of Super Power Beat Down, Aaron somethingsomething.
I said I was a fan and asked if he could tell me a future episode he had planned.
He said he was going to do Rhaegar Targaryen vs Gohan for SPBD.
I said "But Gohan can blow up planets and Rhaegar is just a normal human." Aaron said "But he has a sword." And then I woke up.
Iron Joe wrote:I had a dream in which I was adamantly arguing on GameFAQs that Ashley could beat Virgil, and in the middle of it, I went on VS Battles Wiki just to do a quick check on Virgil's stats, to find that he is moon level. And then I woke up.
No, she could not beat Virgil, but AFAIK nobody's saying he's moon level lol
Heh, I'm beginning to wonder how many people here have dreams related to VS. stuff.6/26/2016
In the beginning of this dream I (think) I was helping several strangers get some of their games working again. Before doing this I looked at their collection and noticed several fairly expensive games among others. This included Xenosaga, though its box implied it was for the Sega Saturn (a console it was never on). They also had a really nifty, grey, 20th Anniversary Playstation 4. Other games I either didn’t recognize, or didn’t exist (probably the later). I think my plan was to transport the games to a different location so they could more easily be refurbished and repaired. So of course, I do the most logical thing and try to sail the games across a lake on a shoddily made raft, where they run a huge risk of being completely ruined by being submerged in water. Good going dream me, you dumbass. The lake itself was semi-circular, with one side being fairly sandy, and the other side being only partially sandy with an abundance of trees behind it. I was on the former side, and my goal was to get to the later.
I very desperately kept paddling the raft across the lake, as it seemed several unknown creatures from underneath the surface were attacking it. Miraculously, I made it to a tall shore covered by a thicket of woodland with all of the games intact. I took a moment to relax along the sandier side of the shore, when out of the lake appeared an attractive woman with dark brown skin and long, straight black hair (with her… ‘tah-tahs’ being partially hidden in the water). The other half of her body was submerged in water, but I believe she was a merfolk.
The dream then jumps, as dreams tend to do, to several years later, where I have a ring on my left ring finger with some Poseiden-looking figure inscribed into it. If I’m being honest, I thought the ring looked kind of ugly. Nothing in the dream that I remember outright confirms it, but I think I was now married to the woman, and she could now move on land, a-la The Little Mermaid (I hope she doesn’t feel immense pain while walking). I exited the room I was in, holding both my ring and the female counterpart ring. The room in question was a nice, modest hotel room with blue painted walls, an entrance hall leading to a large bedroom, and a bathroom to the right of said hall. I believe the merfolk woman was resting in the bedroom, but I didn’t go to check.
Leaving the hotel, I drove to a quaint-looking road-side bar and grill. I forget the name, but it had a neon sign, several cars parked, and some faint music playing. I would be unsurprised if this place was inspired by a mixture of The River Oasis Café
, which I visited while in Stillwater Minnesota 2 or so weeks ago, and The Bang Bang Bar
from Twin Peaks (the location set of which still exists as a real bar and grill
), which was on my mind since I watched Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me last Friday. It was here, at the edge of the roadside bar and grill near the parked cars that I began talking to a blond-haired woman. Not in a romantic way, but more as an acquaintance, and she asked if I could make it rain really hot (but not to the point of being scalding) water. I looked at the 2 rings I had, and I think communicated with the merfolk woman and did exactly that. The dream ends with the cold night being warmed by the rain.
Also of note, several hours before going to bed last night I watched a Did You Know Gaming video on the Playstation 4, which might be why most of the games I saw were associated with the Playstation brand, and why there was a 20th anniversary Playstation 4 among the collection. I also have been listening to the Myths and Legends podcast
. One episode in particular I listened to this week was the original story of The Little Mermaid, which is a lot more messed up and incoherent than the much lighter Disney film would have you believe. That may have been what led to me thinking about this (quite attractive) merfolk woman. Though like I said, I hope she doesn’t feel immense pain every time she walks and didn’t sacrifice her voice, because that would be unwise, and make me feel sad.