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The dream continues in a disjointed sort of way, evidently taking place in some large, old house. As Kiyo and Hadalo continue, they run into and join up with the others of the group.
Things catch fire, hatches in the floor buckle and seep, screams echo, unfettered shadows grow from the fireplace like claws, windows shatter and glass dances through the air. At one point, Notan opens a door to see himself standing on the other side, holding a door open, like a mirror. In the reflection, a large, haggard figure climbs through the broken window and approaches behind Notan. The group look behind them -- no such figure on their side. He stands behind mirror-Notan, and raises a large claw hammer. Real-Notan realizes what's going on and dives out of the way, while mirror Notan gets the back of his head caved in. Door slams shut, wraps itself in chains.
Group finally 'escapes' the dream as they outrun a raging inferno down a wooden hall which is tearing itself apart. They come to on a white shore in the Dream World. They prepare to continue on. First, however, Ramutaph punches Hadalo in the face for spilling the beans to Nel Am Ro earlier.
They're still a ways from their destination, so they catch a few local ferries over the open water (unusual, since most of the world doesn't know how to swim and fear the seas), hitch a ride on a caravan north, and pass a few brief sidequests. Along the way, they run into a group of Hesh, a sub-race with latent divination abilities, who agree to ferry them along the coast to their last destination. Unfortunately, the ferryman ditches them and runs at the first chance, apparently scared out of his wits by something he saw in the group, shouting about some curse of death which lingers around them.
The group decides this is Notan's fault, since he's practically undead, having been killed and resurrected by a vengeful Necromancer in the previous campaign.