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The Dream 2Steven and Greg Universe were with me, and we were on a holiday in Dubai. For some reason it was all canyons and cliffs instead of skyscrapers, but that didn't bother us. What did bother us was that we were hungry.The Dream 2 by Deluxeloy
We quickly came to the idea of finding a restaurant to eat something. For some reason, there was only one option; luckily, it was a restaurant I knew, and I enjoyed eating there. A waiter came over to explain the gimmick of the restaurant (something with bread and herbs and fish). I thought it was genius. Steven was confused. Greg didn't care.
When the waiter was finally done after a good 15 minutes of talking, Greg decided the restaurant was too slow. I protested that we'd just have sat through the explanation for nothing, he didn't care. We left. Luckily, because this was a dream, we weren't hungry anymore. So instead, we went diving.
Steven and I donned our gear and entered a hole in the ground, and went cave diving. It was amazing. We pretty much immediately found three
[LUCID]VersusThe sound of metal on metal echoed through the arena. Sparks flew. The air tasted like ozone.[LUCID]Versus by Deluxeloy
Two figures fought in the center of the pit, lined with spectator seats raised above it. Everything was black carbon and glowing neon. The floor of the arena was a grid of small hexagons and the soft colours shining in between. Several parts of it were damaged or stained with blood, and some chunks went missing altogether, giving a view straight down into the abyss. Below were only darkness and stars.
One of the combatants was Lord Maximus, the knight in gold. His armour was damaged, but not broken, and his gauntlets gripped two ornate golden swords. His eyes glowed a fierce white inside his dragon helmet.
The other was taller and even more heavily armoured, with thick greenish plates and a horned helmet. He swung around a massive two-handed sword with impossible speed, as if it weighed nothing at all, but he too looked worn and tired.
Another swing went for Maximus’ head, straight down,
[LUCID]New beginnings (take 17)The forest was quiet at first. More peaceful than the eerie sort of quiet. Birds sung and leaves rustled, but it was all muted by the serene atmosphere that clung to the area. Birch trees dotted the hills, but still allowed passage to the deer and boars that roamed in between. Grass and wildflowers covered every square inch of the ground. It was a warm morning, lazy and calm.[LUCID]New beginnings (take 17) by Deluxeloy
Then a figure in blue stepped out of the air.
Behind him was only a displaced portion of the forest, like someone had cut out a rectangle from a picture and moved it aside. When his feet both stood on the grass, the portal closed with a hiss. Animals instinctively made room for him, and evacuated the area with haste. Birds stopped singing, and sought a place from which to watch him.
Deluxeloy flexed his fingers and ground his heel into the dirt. A thousand trees around him turned to ash and scattered on the wind in an instant.
He flicked his wrist upwards, and a massive stone block rose out of the ground with a gr
[LUCID]BrainstormThe island broke through the clouds like an oil tanker breaks through waves. Thick mist whirled out of the way of the massive amalgamation of dirt, stone and machinery. The thing was the size of a cathedral, and shaped like a rough impression of a bullet cut lengthwise. The flat top half hosted a garden, with a neatly trimmed lawn, asymmetric flowerbeds and a few stray trees. The lower half looked like it was torn straight out of the earth; rough, compact earth, veined with roots that dangled over the empty sky below. Six metallic fins protruded from the side, just below the edge of the garden. They seemed to move on their own, and moved the island along with remarkable efficiency.[LUCID]Brainstorm by Deluxeloy
In a shady spot under one of the trees sat two individuals, with an small, round table in-between. Tea, milk and cookies were spread out on its surface, as well as several sheets of paper, notebooks, entire encyclopaedias and a few odd contraptions. The clutter spread around their chairs in a radius of sever
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