Walking Around A City As A Female Alien?

Ben Browder and Virginia Hey in Farscape (1999)
Source: IMDb

All that I can remember of this dream is that I was in a fictional city with some of my family like my brother GC and some other people, and I was possibly not myself during the dream or during the end of the dream but it is unclear.

If I was someone else then I was a female or female-looking alien with one or more unknown special abilities/powers/superpowers, I was possibly a blue and/or green color and I probably had no hair/was bald, and I was probably like a Delvian from the television show Farscape and/or an Asari from the video game franchise Mass Effect.

I remember us walking around back areas of this city through quieter areas away from the main parts of the city like back roads, alleys, sidewalks, et cetera.

At the end of the dream we were walking through a rough-looking area where the people probably did not like aliens, which I assume that I was in this dream, and they had dogs; and so I remember us trying to avoid them and their dogs.

At some point I remember us running et cetera to avoid them and their dogs, and at some point a dog or person or something got attacked by a dog; and I remember my brother GC and I running to stop this dog attack or dog fight.

I possibly grabbed and picked up one dog and my brother GC possibly grabbed and picked up another dog to stop this dog attack, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.

The end,

-John Jr


Violet Evergarden (Season 1)

Violet Evergarden (2018)
Source: IMDb

What is it?

The 2018 Japanese anime (animated) television show Violet Evergarden.

What is it about?

This is how MyAnimeList describes this anime television show:

The Great War finally came to an end after four long years of conflict; fractured in two, the continent of Telesis slowly began to flourish once again.

Caught up in the bloodshed was Violet Evergarden, a young girl raised for the sole purpose of decimating enemy lines.

Hospitalized and maimed in a bloody skirmish during the War’s final leg, she was left with only words from the person she held dearest, but with no understanding of their meaning.

Recovering from her wounds, Violet starts a new life working at CH Postal Services after a falling out with her new intended guardian family.

There, she witnesses by pure chance the work of an “Auto Memory Doll,” amanuenses that transcribe people’s thoughts and feelings into words on paper.

Moved by the notion, Violet begins work as an Auto Memory Doll, a trade that will take her on an adventure, one that will reshape the lives of her clients and hopefully lead to self-discovery.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

My Thoughts

This show has some of the most beautiful animation that I have seen.

Episode 7 (Nameless) made me shed a tear from my right eye during the lake jump scene.

Unfortunately this show was not as good as I had expected and hoped, it was longer than it should have been, and it did not focus on Violet Evergarden’s story enough; I was hoping for more scenes from before and during the war et cetera.

It was not bad but if they had shortened it and had more action and information about the politics of the world et cetera, it would have been better, because they did not do a good job explaining the world.

The few moments of action were good, and it would be cool to see more things with this level of animation.

The end,

-John Jr