Helping Settlements Improve Their Defenses

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The end of my last dream from last night was inspired by some of Galm’s Let’s Plays of the video game Fallout 4, but I can only barely remember part of the end of my last dream from last night.

Part of the dream took place during the day inside my parent’s house, I remember standing inside my parent’s room, and there was a lot of junk in their room; and I remember being able to see that it was daytime because of the light coming through the curtains.

I remember talking with my parent’s and my brother GC but that is all that I can remember of this part of the dream, and the rest of the dream involved me traveling around outside during the day to different small settlements with one person or with one family living at each settlement.

I assume that I was in The Commonwealth Wasteland so I was going around trying to help settlers in each settlement, and trying to improve their defenses with turrets and in other ways.

Most of these small settlements were using trenches to hide and defend their valuable property and themselves, I remember going into these trenches and looking at their valuables and their defenses, and I would give them advice and help them build turrets and other defenses.

I probably had to help a few settlements defend themselves during attacks and we were successful each time, I was trying to help improve and build new settlements with enough defenses and resources to take care of a larger amount of people, and so I went around doing this throughout the dream.

Instead of trenches I was probably recommending walls, turrets, above ground structures, guard posts, bunkers, and various other things like that; and I was trying to pass on defensive skills so that they could learn to better defend themselves, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.

The end,

-John Jr


Because The Night

Daily Prompt

The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Because The Night, and these were the questions:

Are you a night owl or are you the early bird?

What’s your most productive time of day?

When do you do your best work?