The small apartment of Derek Matthews wasn't the prettiest, once you walked inside you would smell burnt pizza, and probably step in something you'd rather not of, and you would hear the barking of his dog, Otis.
"I don't remember installing anything that would glow into this thing." He mumbled to himself, starring at the tower for a good twenty seconds before deciding on what to do. He pulled open one of his desk drawers, and took out a screwdriver in hopes of figuring out what the glowing was. He was about to start messing with the tower's casing until he heard Otis barking at him. "Now now, Otis!" He yelled, as the dog scratched his leg, causing him to drop his screwdriver. "Damn it, Otis." He groaned, looking down at the innocent pug, who was wagging his tail happily. Derek picked up his screwdriver and went to work on the casing, able to pull open the top-half enough to peak inside and notice the innards were glowing. "What the hell..." He said, reaching inside. He was curious, were the wires hot? Melting? He didn't smell anything, so he decided to touch the wires...
In an instant, Derek slumped over onto his desk, the apartment falling into silence... Aside from the confused pug, known as Otis. Who whimpered.
Entering the void...
Derek was flailing around, falling through what seemed like nothingness while yelling profanity louder than a sailor. "Jesus Christ! When does this end-" He was cut off by slamming his face into the ground, in a more than less cartoon-ish manor. "Mpfff! Mpff!" He mumbled, until he managed to pull his head out of the ground, blinking a couple of times. The sight he saw was... Actually quite boring. It was pretty blank, and there were these weird pixels floating through the air. He was surprised this actually distracted him from the pain he should be feeling, he looked down at himself... Only to see the ground. He was like a ghost. "What the hell?" He said to himself, floating slightly off the ground. It was very awkward, and he had a million questions, but decided to keep focused on one.
"Where the fuck am i?"