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A Jumpchain Compliant Document Created by Yorokonde Most everyone dreams when their eyes close and the Sandman comes to pay a visit. Gentle dreams of drifting among the clouds. Exciting dreams spent flying over cities with the greatest of ease. Even sad dreams of loved ones long gone. And sometimes nightmares appear instead. Dark dreams where desires are twisted into horrible visions, monsters lurk in every shadow, and the impossible reaches out to force you awake panting and sweating. In this world, such things are all too real. Dreams and nightmares really do await some people when they drift off to sleep. An entire realm where the rules of the waking world aren’t quite as concrete and can be bent or downright broken. Where magic can happen and the strangest of occurrences are just another day for those who live there. The Real World is much like the one you know, if a bit behind the times. It is the beginning of the 20 th century. The world is modernizing and learning to forget superstitions of the past. Because of this, there are fewer Dreamers than there used to be. Which is disappointing for those who inhabit the slumbering realms but they will continue existing regardless. The Wildlands makes up a majority of the dreaming realm. It is where most people who are idly dreaming end up. It is a place where strangeness holds sway. Those who wander through must learn to roll with it, though few travel through on a regular basis. It can be as dangerous as it is wondrous and there are easier ways to reach where you are going. Nightmares sometimes wander this land between realms to pounce upon those they happen upon. They have their own realms as well. Dark pockets of ruined landscapes, long dread cities, and dread mountains where lightning plagues the skies constantly. Few desire to travel there purposefully and fewer still could in any case. The Nightmares fear King Morpheus’s power, for it could destroy them, and have long since obscured the paths into their realms. King Morpheus rules over the Slumberlands, a number of widely separated kingdoms that all good dreams inhabit without fear of the Nightmare. Each unique kingdom is sheathed in the Crystal Cloud. Together with the Royal Scepter, a potent weapon against the darkness, Morpheus ensures each of these realms are safe and secure. Though no barrier is ever completely secure. Still, few worry about such an event. They are content to spend their days having fun and enjoying the sunshine. You will be spending a decade in this world, either as a Dreamer or as part of the Dream. You’ll find 1000 CP 1000 CP tucked under your pillow.
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Origin You may choose your gender for free. Real World Resident (Age: 1d8 + 8) (200 CP) You come from the waking world instead of anywhere beyond the foggy clouds of dreams. You, like Nemo himself, are a child who lives in New York at the beginning of the 20th century. Your daytime routine and family situation are left to your own decision, but you have the potential to dream as vividly as some children do.
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