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 PREMISE
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 Posted: Sep 19 2014, 04:46 PM
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i promise. and when i promise something, i never, ever break that promise. ever.
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Dreams have been deconstructed, construed, idealized, and brushed off for as long as humanity has thrived. Some say they hold no significance, that they're nothing more than random images and storylines that the brain throws together. Some say they represent our deepest fears and desires. Some even go as far to say they're glimpses into alternate worlds.

They tell you, if you know you're sleeping, you're lucid dreaming. You know none of this is real, and sometimes, if you're lucky, you can control the path of the dream itself.

But what use is that if you're trapped inside of it?

Many know very well, when they "wake up" here, that this isn't real -- that it's nothing more than a figment of their imagination, or so they believe. It does have a distinctly dreamlike quality; sometimes things just don't add up. There are missing pieces, hazy recollections. People die and pop right back up alive. Often nothing makes sense. Some don't realize at all, and go through their days passing off the strange and unordinary however they can. Perhaps it's their way of coping.

Rinel, all built up with silver skyscrapers, is home, is safety -- even if death isn't permanent here, it still isn't particularly pleasant, and the Wilds outside of the city's walls are full of danger. There's a mystical quality to them, and they're full of strange creatures and most of all, spirits; some friendly, some not. Though the Wilds seem to stretch on forever, both they and Rinel are very much your prison: leaving their boundaries isn't an option.

Whether this is a dream inside your own head (though plenty of others believe that too, so how can you know for sure you aren't the one that's imaginary?) or it truly is a connection with another universe, it doesn't matter.

You can try pinching yourself, scaring yourself, talking yourself out of it -- not even death will save you. There's no waking up from this dream.

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