Dreamwalkers

Chapter 142

Andie stepped out of the bunker she had been “trapped” in, having managed to open the door through the complex process of examining the door, observing the bright, curved, yellow arrow, and pulling the door handle in the direction indicated – as opposed to blindly pulling it in the opposite direction, like she had been …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 141

Andie took a deep breath. A swirl of emotions were running through her head, too fast for her to really process them. This probably should have bothered her, but, again, none of it was really registering – so she just kind of felt a bit lightheaded. Alright, deep breaths. One thought at a time. Her …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 140

Slowly, one by one, the floating chunks of Dyllan’s mindscape began to stir with life. Piece by piece the whole place began to reassemble itself with a deceptively mellow speed.The new mindscape took a shape that, at first glance, appeared to only be an un-savaged version of what Andie had seen when she’d first landed. …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 139

It started with the smaller cracks in the floating chunks of bunker. They, alongside any other minor damage, peeled off the concrete like stickers – dissolving into bubbling black hate-goo as they pulled into the space right in front of Dyllan. Then the bigger cracks started to peel away and dissolve, gathering together with the …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 138

Dyllan ripped his Justice out from the crack it had embedded itself in, letting out a loud, sharp shout as he did so. A kiai, his Judo teacher had called it – a breathing technique that focused the user and startled the opponent. Of course, it took more than a shout to startle anyone who’d …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 137

Dyllan heaved a relaxed sigh. He could feel the vines of energy that entangled the mindscape pulse alongside his heartbeat. They gently tugged on his power, giving him a safe outlet for an urge he’d finally stopped hiding from himself.Overall, the attack had been far more powerful than he’d expected – but less effective than …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 136

Dyllan tried to steady himself, and moved his left hand back toward his Justice – holding it over the border between the bat’s handle and its barrel. Exhaling sharply, Dyllan used his left hand to push his Trait down into the crack he had made and focused all the strength he could muster into its …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 135

Dyllan’s senses were swirling. His vision was split and blurry, like he was crossing his eyes, his ears were ringing, his sense of balance kept changing its mind about which way it thought “down” was, and worst of all – he had a sharp headache. It felt like his mind was breaking into pieces, and, …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 134

Dyllan took a deep breath and tightened his grip on his Justice. The energy that had rushed through his body now lay within his bat, but the effect the sudden surge of power had had on him lingered. Every single muscle in his body felt as though it was tensing and relaxing at the same …[continue reading]

Dreamwalkers

Chapter 133

Dyllan took a moment to steady his breathing, then pulled his bat away from the forcefield it was projecting. His forcefield and his Justice were linked, so he’d expected a little resistance… but this was quite a bit more than just “a little” resistance. It felt like he was pulling against a dozen bungee cords.Then …[continue reading]