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Old December 30 2012, 09:54 PM   #16
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Re: Trek Dream

I had a ST II dream last night. An alternative movie that had many endings like the last installment of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

In this setting, I was seated in a theatre with a local talk host. It was the future, and everything was interactive. As it turns out, right after you see Spock slump down opposite the glass in death, and Kirk slump on the near side in dispair, A person (off dream I suppose) beamed a dying Spock into a stasis chamber. Sort of like the DC comics that filled dead spaces in films with stories.

They even made it to Earth. Every square inch of nature was gentrified, removed of all trash. Tube trains running by rivers that formed long streets.

Spock was kept alive and even alert, but it could not last. He was very weak.

I managed, while in my seat, to--as kirk in the film, throw away a hypo filled with a fluid that would end his suffering, as McCoy wanted (the "Remember" deal not setting in yet).

There were endless debates. The crew was surrounded by cyber gawkers who intruded on their privacy. People questioning why they did what they did in space.

I could begin to see why the crew wanted to stay away from this clean dystopia.

At last, sitting on a bench near a stream that was perfectly straight and gardened on either side, Kirk made the decision to let his friend go. I woke up before I saw him use the hypo.. Here, in the dream, Enterprise had just preliminary repair in Spacedock, was sent back out to the Genesis planet, where we see the tube funeral.

There they returned straight away.
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Old December 31 2012, 08:33 AM   #17
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Re: Trek Dream

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I dream about whatever I watch on TV, so I have Star Trek dreams all the time.
I wish I could do that!

I've had only two Trek dreams that I can remember. The first was when I was a kid and TOS was the only Star Trek series available. I managed to encounter a Starfleet landing party that was trying to prevent aliens from corrupting the past (my present). I ended up injured by rock debris from a phaser blast, as a bystander cowering in some nearby bushes. They defeated the aliens but realized I was hurt and had to be taken care of. So they beamed me aboard. Dr. McCoy took care of me and then later on Captain Kirk stopped by to check on me. He was genuinely concerned, easy to talk with... And he ended up letting me stay on board to recover while they went on another mission. I got to go through the ship's libraries and learn all kinds of things about the ship and Starfleet technology, similar to how Gary Mitchell did it in sickbay (but of course not nearly as fast). Kirk had ensign Garrovick check up on me periodically and I was able to talk him into letting me accompany them on an away mission. I got a tricorder and a communicator to use, but no phaser. Then somehow I managed to slip and fall down a crevice that formed when the ground gave way. Nobody saw me. The communicator was damaged and could receive but not transmit. And there I sat in a pit, unable to be located because of the composition of the surrounding rock materials. The only other thing I can remember is hearing Captain Kirk on the communicator, apologizing for not being able to find me, but that they had no choice to leave on an urgent assignment. Trapped on an alien world with no hope... So what started out as a fun dream turned into a nightmare.
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Old December 31 2012, 08:56 AM   #18
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Re: Trek Dream

I've never had a Star Trek dream, though I've been trying for 46 years. But I do a lot of sci-fi imagery in Poser, so that probably sublimates it a bit. Fantasies involving female Trek characters are another matter though, and best left unsaid.

Recent Poser render:
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Old December 31 2012, 11:04 AM   #19
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Skin tight dresses with nipples showing.. I'm not sure how "unsaid" that is
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Old December 31 2012, 11:12 AM   #20
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I plead complete innocence! That's how the uniform models were made, and I bought them.

Though I did give the Vulcan bigger boobs.
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Old December 31 2012, 01:40 PM   #21
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At least the Vulcan breasts are canon

I did have a very nice Malcolm dream once.
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Old January 1 2013, 01:54 AM   #22
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I have never had a Trek dream - at least one that I can recall. It is with great sadness that I say this.
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Old January 1 2013, 02:19 AM   #23
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Last night I had a horrible dream about human/cow hybrids. It was ghastly.

The last Trek dream I had involved Malcolm and Shran.
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Old January 1 2013, 02:22 AM   #24
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I won't ask where the antenna go.
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Old January 1 2013, 02:26 AM   #25
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Oh I see I posted it already in this thread.

I dreamed I was in a dark underground prison with Reed and Shran. Unfortunately Shran died, sacrificed himself to save us.

Sadly there just wasn't time for any antennae insertions.
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Old January 3 2013, 11:38 PM   #26
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A couple of nights ago I dreamed I was watching the new movie. It was SO bad. It even had a narration like something from the old Buck Rogers tv show "Last time on Star Trek..."

I was very disappointed, and sure glad when I woke up.
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Old January 4 2013, 03:54 AM   #27
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only one i can remember is a year or two when i had a dream i was watching star trek into the darkness in the theters before we knew anything and spock/kirk are talking then all of a sudden the enterprise turns up and its a transformer. thats all i remember.
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Old January 4 2013, 04:05 AM   #28
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It's threads like this that make me wonder what dreams are like.
Never ever remembered a single one in 29 years of existence.

Dreams are "weird stories people like to tell" as far as I'm concerned.


I rate this thread 6.89 out of 10 on the weirdness scale. You guys can do better!
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Old January 4 2013, 07:00 AM   #29
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^ Everybody dreams. But not everyone remembers their dreams naturally. There are ways to coax yourself into remembering them, though. Plenty of stuff on the Internet if you search around.
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Old January 4 2013, 06:27 PM   #30
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Yeah. Didn't you see the TNG episode "Night Terrors?"
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