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The Dream Shop
&quot;Tell me, did that Rollercoaster, that miss Akemi feel real to you? I can always pull back but even that takes a little time. Nightmares are to be feared for a reason.&quot; <i>Suzuki would accept the money, putting it in her own wallet before waving back at Madoka, though she doesn't seem as excited as the other girl, she speaks to herself once Madoka's out the door</i> &quot;Good luck out there then. We're gonna need it.&quot;
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<i>As Madoka is thinking about Walpurgisnacht, a faint sound like the clanking of gears can be heard. Of course, none of the other four girls hear it, they'd simply start going into what they'd been doing recently</i> Sayaka: &quot;Well, y'know, when I'm not hanging out with you and Hitomi I... &quot; <i>Sayaka seems a little nervous, fidgeting and blushing for a bit until Kyoko slaps her on the back and spits it out</i> Kyoko: &quot;Sayaka got a boyfriend. Some runty musician, not really my type but.&quot; Mami: &quot;Oh, so you finally confessed? I'm so....&quot; <i>Having inserted itself once, the clanking sound gets louder until a vague silhouette can be seen in the sky... Which is when the entire dream is cut off in an instant, leaving Madoka perhaps dazed in the long, white room again with Suzuki sitting at the desk</i> Suzuki:&quot;Sorry about that, we seem to have hit onto one of your nightmares. My assistant can't help herself but to latch onto those. Still, I hope it was what you're looking for.&quot;
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<i>Homura would blush but doesn't really say anything as she's drawn into a hug, the other three girls just giggle, used to this too before Madoka asks the obvious question</i> Sayaka:&quot;Seriously? You're tellin' me you forgot? It was like the coolest thing ever.&quot; Mami: &quot;Now now Sayaka, don't get too excited. This is our first anniversary after all.&quot; Kyoko: &quot;Way to beat around the bush you two. Its a year after we beat Walpurgisnacht, you know, pretty much the scariest Witch ever, isn't that right four-eyes?&quot; <i>Kyoko takes another bite of her cotton candy as Homura simply nods back to her, too nervous to actually say anything as she tries to return Madoka's hug from earlier.</i>
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<i>of by the entrance, Suzuki clicks her tongue with a &quot;Tsk&quot;, looking down at her fingernails, as though disappointed with their progress</i> &quot;Everyone's so cautious here...&quot; <i>As for Madoka, it would take little more than the sound of her voice to attract the attention of her old friend group, they'd each smile at her, with Kyoko taking a bite of some cotton candy as the group waves back</i> Mami: &quot;There you are Madoka, we've been looking for you all over.&quot; Sayaka: &quot;Its a special day y'know.&quot; Kyoko: &quot;And here it looks like you've decided to celebrate without us.&quot; <i>as Madoka might have guessed the Homura is a bit more nervous than the one she knew, but they're still perhaps a bit too defensive of her</i> Homura: &quot;Its not like she meant to, b... besides, with tickets half off we were probably gonna come here anyways.&quot; <i>which prompts the rest of the group to laugh, used to this sort of situation as they are.</i>
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<i>As mentioned before, the track curves up a couple of hundred feet before beginning its first plunge, the air rocket around the amusement park, taking in most of its perimeter as the machine makes dozens of impossible twists and turns, all for the sake of making it more exciting. When the pair get off, they'd notice four girls, one with long, red hair tied back wearing a jacket and jeans, and three more wearing a uniform like those at Madoka's old school, one with yellow hair done up in twintails, another with short blue hair accented by a fortissimo hair pin, and finally Homura as Madoka would remember them. The four are chatting along happily like friends as Yumina and Madoka get off the ride</i>
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&quot;Name's Suzuki. Have fun kids, after all, the dream's just getting started.&quot; <i>Suzuki remains by the entrance, casually leaning against the side of the gate as she watches the pair go off. After they get a fair distance ahead the girl would take out a small notepad and pencil, and begin sketching while they enjoy themselves. The rollercoaster would only take a few minutes to get on, in spite of being one of the more popular rides. The machine is massive, with its starting bump rising hundreds of feet in the air and the coaster making turns that should be impossible. Up by the machine would be an attendant, who would ask for a ticket. Of course, they'd already find a day pass in their pocket, which is enough to go on any of the rides as often as they want, so they'd be able to get on without much effort.</i>
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&quot;I'll see what we can do then. You might want to sit down, or at least close your eyes. There are some quick-moving images that can cause motion sickness if you're unprepared.&quot; <i>The shopowner gestures to the waiting chairs she has along the wall, they're pretty basic, with armrests they can grip if they end up getting nervous during the transition, or however else it might go. After giving the pair a minute to prepare themselves, the girl would snap her fingers, and both Yumina and Madoka would find the walls shifting around them before becoming a blur of color, it takes a moment, as though trying to adjust itself according to some unknown algorithm, before all three of them finally find themselves at the front of an amusement park, its a relatively slow day, with its wide variety of rides, ranging from a couple of roller coasters, to a ferris wheel, that silly spinning teacup thing to more traditional game booths with various oversized prizes, all having little to no wait on any of them. The girl would smirk, apparently satisified with her own work before she lets the other two know</i> &quot;You can open your eyes now.&quot;
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<i>the girl gives Madoka a glance out the corner of her eyes before she finally closes the book and sits up at the reception desk, playing with the ends of her hair</i> &quot;We do nightmares too, if you're into that. In fact its actually easier and can help you see what's been troubling you.&quot; <i>The girl closes her eyes for a moment, taking a deep breath before she continues</i> &quot;As for the price, you can see it first then pay what you think the experience is worth. I make a modest living selling art, this store thing is more of a pastime for me. So anything I get is more of a bonus.&quot;
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<i>The girl looks up from her manga, as bored an expression as ever. She blinks before looking up and down the girl, as though confirming what she saw at first, before letting out a sigh</i> &quot;The marketing's a lie. We don't actually make dreams come true, rather we let you experience them as if they were. Ever heard of lucid dreaming?&quot; <i>The girl looks back at her manga, now glancing at the cover it seems to be an old Magical Girl one, well worn as if read dozens of times.</i> &quot;Its exactly like that. Easier to do if you describe what you want for your dream, but if you'd rather keep it on the down low we could use the practice.&quot;

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The Dream Shop
<i>Welcome to a land beyond your imagination, where all your dreams are certain to come true! At least, that's what the posters around town said, and what kind of poster would ever lie? The building it led to was unassuming enough, it looked a lot like a simple apartment building on the outside, but inside the door is a long, white, waiting room lined with chairs. In the middle of the waiting room is a reception desk with only a single, bored-looking teenager manning it. The girl has short, white hair and is wearing comfortable looking clothes, rather than fancier, business-focused ones. There's no one else here at the moment, so once you walk in you'd find her sitting at the desk reading manga as she waits.</i>
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