Spartacus + Deadman Wonderland

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I forgot most of my dreams from last night but I barely remember part of one dream from last night, and it  was mostly inspired by the Starz TV series Spartacus and slightly inspired by the Japanese animated (anime) TV series Deadman Wonderland.

I am not sure if I was in the dream or not but I remember the dream taking place in a place and time period like on the Starz TV series Spartacus, but oddly Ganta Igarashi from the Japanese animated (anime) TV series Deadman Wonderland was there; but I am not sure if he was animated or not.

Ganta was there as a slave and/or prisoner along characters from the Starz TV series Spartacus such as Spartacus, Crixus, Oenomaus, Gannicus, several of their girlfriends and/or wives, and a few other slaves/prisoners.

The dream took place in a Roman market-like area during a grey afternoon or evening, and several Roman citizens (one of whom was an upper-class roman man wearing a white & red colored Roman-style outfit/toga) were the owners of the slaves/prisoners; and they were moving their slave/prisoners with them for some unknown reason(s).

The upper-class Roman citizen seemed to be the main owner of the slaves/prisoners, he seemed to be parading them around for show, and it seemed he was going to meet some of his friends; and he was going to use his slave/prisoners for their entertainment.

At some point the upper-class Roman citizen met some of his friends in the market-like area, and he gave Gannicus and Ganta to one of his male friend’s for his entertainment; and the friend walked off with Gannicus and Ganta to order them around for his entertainment.

The friend seemed to want Gannicus and Ganta to kill each other, and so he ordered them to fight; and so Gannicus and Ganta fought each other, but they agreed to do whatever they could to avoid killing each other.

Somehow they managed to fight without killing each other, to the disappointment of the friend, and so he ordered them to go kill some people he did not like or something like that who were heavily guarded hoping that Gannicus and Ganta would die trying to kill them; and so Gannicus and Ganta went to kill them, and they came back after killing the people without being killed to the disappointment of the friend.

Frustrated that Gannicus and Ganta were still alive, the friend ordered them to fight each other again, but again Gannicus and Ganta somehow fought without killing each other; and once again frustrated the friend sent them to kill some more people, and this pattern continued a few times with Gannicus and Ganta surviving each time.

The friend finally gave up and he sent Gannicus and Ganta back to their owner, and they were back with the rest of the slaves/prisoners who were still in the market-like area as their owner and the rest of his friends were having fun somewhere in the market-like area or somewhere else in the city.

Gannicus and Ganta told Spartacus and the others about what had happened, and they started plotting to escape; and fight for the freedom of all slaves after this or after something happened to one of their wives and/or girlfriends.

But that is all that I can remember.

The end,

-John Jr

By John Jr

Hello, I am John Jr, welcome.

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