I was climbing over a lake with Sarah and we were bivying about 100 feet up on the wall in a hammock. The scene was one of apocalypse (or something similar) and we were climbing to get away from it all, “Who would look for us on the cliffs?”. As night settled in I started to realize that the cliff above us was actually made of large boulders that were unattached to each other. The situation got more and more precarious so I told her to jump into the lake. I felt fine about her jumping the 100 feet and then making it to shore because conveniently, Megatron the Transformer was in the water to guide her. Once she was swimming away safely, I climbed to the side and dislodged all of the boulders to try and make it safer for climbers in the future.
After letting the rocks loose I jumped into the water. I knew Sarah was safe but I had some unfinished business to take care of with the bad guys who were causing all the chaos with this apocalyptic scene. Another one of the Transformers was in the water only it was an MBTA bus and it used its headlights to show me where to go in the dark. Once we got to the right spot in the lake, the bus Transformer shook his head and I dove down into the water.
I swam down the bottom (somehow able to breath under water) and there was a dance floor full of people partying as if it were a secret club. It reminded me a lot of the movie Blade or the show True Blood, a different breed of humans partying somewhere in a club hosted by the villain. The DJ stopped when they saw that I was down there. Most of them knew me and were surprised to see that I also had these powers to stand on the lake’s bottom and breath. So the bad guy said, “So you’re one of us now?”. One of his henchmen added, “Diamond status eh?” (not sure what that was supposed to mean). I just kind of stood there and it was clear that we were still enemies and that we were about to battle. The crowd on the dance floor parted and the bad guy approached me.
That’s where my dream ended. It was much like the final scene between Neo and Smith in the last Matrix movie where it was raining and all of the Smiths were standing around watching. Too bad it had to end at 6:30am with my alarm, bummer.