I was sleeping without dreams. Silent and calm. But a flash of light startled me. I was aware that I was dreaming, and I was able to control myself. I sat up, and I saw, right in front of me...
"HEROBRINE!" I screamed, charging at him.
"Get back here, you son of a *****!" Herobrine floated several blocks above me, taunting me.
"Now now, Frost. Don't be so rude. This is your dream, I'm merely a guest." Herobrine grinned at me evily.
"You killed my parents!" I cried, throwing my spear at him. He dodged it with ease, and I screamed.
"Well, my apologies, Frost." Herobrine said sarcasticly. "I didn't realize they were your parents."
I felt my rage exploding.
"You held me down! And murdered them right there!" I screamed, tears pouring down my face.
"I was screaming but you just flung them aside and left!"
"That's wrong." Herobrine said.
"I never left. I was biding my time, waiting for things to be to hard for you. But now... You're confused. Weak. Meaning I can do this." Suddenly, a jolt of pain made it's way up my body. My veins were on fire. I screamed in agony, but this was a dream, and my friends were no where now.
"This isn't a dream." Herobrine hissed.
"It's real. But no one can hear us, sweetheart, I made sure of that."
The only noise I could make was a gurgling noise as heat raced up my spine. But Herobrine could read my thoughts as easily as he dodged my spear, and answered, "How am I here?" Good question. I have enough power in my demand to come here for brief amounts of time. Once I harness the rest of the ender crystals I'll be unstoppable. Oops, I shouldn't have told you that, should I? No matter. there's two options now." Herobrine used an invisible force to drag me closer, and my pain intensified. I whimpered, to weak to struggle.
"Option one is to kill you. Of course, your little, pathetic, worthless friends would find your body in no time. So that leaves us with option two. You join me."
I felt the pain end. "I will never join you." I snarled, gritting my teeth.
"I think it's funny you believe you have a choice." Herobrine said, snapping his fingers. Another jolt of pain rolled through me, making me gasp and fall down. I was on my side, trying not to move ot much.
"I have some control over you now, Frost. So this is the deal: You will not tell your friends about me. You will not fight me in any way. You will not argue with me either. Oh, and if you break the deal..." Another wave of pain went crashing through my mind and I scream, the window nearby shattering. Herobrine swiftly propped it back into place.
"Now." he said. "I must go. Just remember the deal. I'll be watching you when I can." Herobrine said, starting to fade.
I woke with a gasp. It was a dream. Just a dream. A very real one, but still a dream. I looked around. The window was fine, I was fine, and the sun as shining. I shivered, remembering his words. Quickly, i ran to my friends house. Knocking on the cleverly hidden door, I waiting impatiently. When it opened, I spoke, my voice louder than the clash of pistons.
"He came. In a dream. he needs power from the ender crystals. We need to prepare, he'll be here soon and he has control over me I need... Please, lock me up so I don't hurt you. He can see my mind, he is watching me. Please he's going to hurt me for telling you but I need to-" My fast rambling was cut off.
Suddenly, I collapsed. Pain came over me with such force that I blacked out.
I was wrong. Herobrine was right. it wasn't a dream.