Exhibit 1: A closed third eye. Eyes represent sight. Sight represents seeing that which is available for you to see. If the object is unable to be seen, you can not see it. Simple, right? Let's take it a step further. Let's assume that a person has one eye. There's an object at some range … Continue reading Third Eye.
Lurking, slipping, hiding. They hunt the nightmares that plague the city, and by doing so they gain a strength most macabre. For nightmares fester in places unexpected, and those that feed on them must be stronger. These denizens of the night used to be children, once. Perhaps even twice. Born from the moment betwixt life … Continue reading Nightmare Eaters.