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So last night (the night between December 17 and December 18) I dreamed I was in the Empire State Building.  Some guy was holding this weird contest, and apparently he turned out to be evil.  This contest of his was actually a plan to get a bunch of people together in order to feed some MASSIVE spider (it could reach the top of the Empire State Building by just standing on its hind legs) that had essentially turned New York City into a giant spider nest, with webs all over the place.

Now, before I continue, you have to understand something about me.  I do not like spiderwebs.  They creep me out more than anything.  And in this dream, the Big Apple was covered in em'.

Anyway, as far as I can remember, that spider was kind of like a companion of this evil man.  Like a pet, but treated more like a partner in crime.  Well, seeing as it came down to just me and him, I assumed that I had one of these companions as well.  Then, out of nowhere, I see this big dragon flying toward this giant hole the spider had made in the Empire State Building.  It appeared to be wearing some kind of skull on its head, and was tan (the color of Skyrim's dragonbone armor).  It landed near me, and next thing I know I'm sitting on its head, holding on to its horns, decked out in Dragonbone armor from Skyrim, and flying around the skyscraper.  My dragon and I found what I believe was the "heart" of the nest.  It was this...thing...covered in spiderwebs.  I gave the order, and my dragon lit it up with his fire-breath.  Then, we watched as it shriveled up and turned to ash, along with the webbing surrounding it.  I can't exactly remember how the spider died, but it did when we destroyed the nest heart.

I don't know what to say about this was both one of the most horrifying dreams I've ever had, but also one of the most epic.  All I can remember after that is me walking through some tiny city at night while eating a taquito from 7-11.

I don't know what to get my family for Christmas,
  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Rhapsody of Fire, other stuff...
  • Reading: nothing
  • Watching: Doctor Who, Gurren Lagann
  • Playing: nothing, at the moment
  • Eating: Rubber tires
  • Drinking: Liquid Nitrogen


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jonsaenzart Featured By Owner Edited 2 days ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the llama!
CelestialPoison Featured By Owner Edited Oct 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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Kal241 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Thanks for the fave :3
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Thanks for faving my landscape, really appreciate it.
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Virus-20 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014
If you have something to ask about on my images, don't comment on the image! You send me a note! You know I can not remove comments here but only spam them, this isn't like Youtube where you can permanently remove comments, once you add a comment about a question, I cant remove it.

So I would say it be better if you start learning to send a note to people on what you need to ask them rather than typing it on the image itself, try making this a habit on sending notes. If you have a question, don't type it on the image, send a note!

I would rather type it here because I would really want you not to forget anymore.

"Send a note"
ASkinnyWhiteGuy Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014
Ok.  Sorry about that.
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Thanks for liking my work.
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