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*'''[[Lorenzo]]''', a lieutenant in the police force. A muscular man with dark skin who wore a white shirt as part of his uniform. Killed with [[Marks (Dreamer)|Marks]] when Dreamer used him to tackle Phi off a building.
 
*'''[[Lorenzo]]''', a lieutenant in the police force. A muscular man with dark skin who wore a white shirt as part of his uniform. Killed with [[Marks (Dreamer)|Marks]] when Dreamer used him to tackle Phi off a building.
 
*'''A construction worker''', a man who is not described.
 
*'''A construction worker''', a man who is not described.
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== Attributes and Abilities ==
 
As a poltergeist, Dreamer must possess the body of a living person in order to maintain consciousness. When possessing a body, he gains full control over the person and can even access certain skills for a limited time. If the body he is possessing is killed, he is forcefully ejected and becomes a mindless, primal unembodied spirit, desperate for warmth until he finds and takes over a new body. He can also [[Bolting|Bolt]] from one body to another if he makes physical contact with the new body.
 
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
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At this point Dreamer was out of bodies to use in the game, but Phi had one remaining. Dreamer was determined not to let his brother win yet again. He controlled the unthinking panic that poltergeists experience outside of a body in order to hold Phi back from possessing another person. This bought the rest of the team time to take Phi into custody and win the game. In the aftermath of the carnage, Phi accused Dreamer of cheating by firing his weapon into the crowd. Dreamer is adamant that this time, he beat Phi, though Phi won't admit it. After some discussion with the rest of the poltergeists, Phi challenges Dreamer to a body-jumping footrace to New Jersey. The two brothers head off, with Dreamer determined to win again.
 
At this point Dreamer was out of bodies to use in the game, but Phi had one remaining. Dreamer was determined not to let his brother win yet again. He controlled the unthinking panic that poltergeists experience outside of a body in order to hold Phi back from possessing another person. This bought the rest of the team time to take Phi into custody and win the game. In the aftermath of the carnage, Phi accused Dreamer of cheating by firing his weapon into the crowd. Dreamer is adamant that this time, he beat Phi, though Phi won't admit it. After some discussion with the rest of the poltergeists, Phi challenges Dreamer to a body-jumping footrace to New Jersey. The two brothers head off, with Dreamer determined to win again.
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== Attributes and Abilities ==
 
As a poltergeist, Dreamer must possess the body of a living person in order to maintain consciousness. When possessing a body, he gains full control over the person and can even access certain skills for a limited time. If the body he is possessing is killed, he is forcefully ejected and becomes a mindless, primal unembodied spirit, desperate for warmth until he finds and takes over a new body. He can also [[Bolting|Bolt]] from one body to another if he makes physical contact with the new body.
   
 
== Relationships ==
 
== Relationships ==

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