One enormous room, tall enough that the stunning designs on the ceiling were nothing but lines to someone who looked up from the ground. A room long enough that you could not recognize a person on the other end even if you were the only two people within this building. Awesome baroque arches sculpted which had been sculpted with the most care rose from perfectly lain stone tiles. The room was granted a very yellow glow by the numerous chandeliers and candles, as well as the single stain glass window in the northern peak of the room. A window enormous enough to cast brilliant colored shadows, but distanced enough that still the picture remained nothing but a blur of color.
The First Arc: Arriving in the Dream Realm
This room also carried a deep silence, not the sort of silence that was noticeable at first either. To notice this silence you would have to spend a long amount of time in the room, without saying anything. And perhaps eventually you would see the silence along with the grandness of the building; perhaps you would eventually feel it in the illegible tales being told hundreds of feet above your head, and perhaps if you remained in this silence long enough you would feel the dark foreshadowing it carried with it. And thus was the Masters Hall in Gateway city, the place that had granted the city its name, the place that served as the Gateway for people to come to the Dream Realm.
And so it would be that soon five individuals would be arriving, each a few minutes before one another, with an identity different from the one they had on earth and not a single memory from their past in the real world. And as soon as they arrived, their adventure would begin. But to set them off in the right direction there would be some need of an arrow to point them in the right direction and make sure that most of their questions had been answered, and for this the Lady of the City and the Guide waited for all of them to appear watching for the correct time to swoop in and take up their job, after all someone had to keep the new comers in check, lest they break the few rules this world had. And so they remained, silently watching, waiting to see how the newcomers would get along, after all they were stuck together.
Yes, they were stuck together, until they could regain their memories…