Dream - A Bridge Too CloseDecember 4, 2012
Dream World Date: Megacycle 152.47146
Time of Day: Late morning, approximately 0900
Environmental Setting: Mixed deciduous/coniferous forest, somewhat similar to southern Scandinavian regions in early autumn
Party Composition: Subconscious Alliance 609th Legion, Tango and Sierra Company, two artillery crews, six light tank crews, six flak crews, 27 engineers and technicians
Mission Summary: Hold bridges over river valley until reinforcements arrive. Provide artillery support for Echo, Foxtrot, and Golf Company on other side of valley. Engage Nightmare naval forces massing at mouth of river.
The mission began with me sitting in the commander's post of one of the flak tanks. The military forces I was with were driving up the forest paths that led to one of the bridges. We arrived at our site of deployment and set up the artillery batteries. The flak tanks and light tanks parked near the edge of the valley.
The commanding officer of the unit, whose name I learned w
Dream Missions - Oct 17-Nov 9 2012October 18, 2012
I was back in the hot rod I had driven the night before. I was driving back to the plateau city to report my mission progress to my superiors, and to call it a day. After I had failed to apprehend the woman I was pursuing, I really needed a rest.
Driving through the city gave me a much closer look at its interior detail as opposed to when I first saw it from the hilltop farmhouse the night before. Most of its technology seemed to come from an alternate-reality version of the United States in the early 1930's. The upper class citizens lived in the upper level on top of the plateau, and most of the working and middle class lived in the lower level at the base. The upper and lower levels of the city were spanned by three different means of transportation.
First, there was a steep road, like what you'd find in San Francisco, for automobiles and streetcars that climbed up the side of the plateau, flanked on both sides by pedestrian walkways. Most of the city's workin