Ok, I just had another pretty epic dream that took place in the Erfworld universe's future. There was a lot of information in it that we haven't learned about Erfworld, such as something involving a humongous and sideless world capital city, exploring the map, playing erfworld as a real-life multiplayer game, etc. But here was my favorite scene:
Parson was called in to Stanley's throne room. In the room is Stanley sitting on his throne crafted to be just his size. And next to him on a similar sized throne sits a similar sized woman. It was Stanley's on-again off-again wife! And that isn't even the best part. The wife is even more obnoxious and picky than Stanley. Parson goes over to Staley's wife and makes a dramatic display of kissing her hand. Then, when he is up close, he pulls a "hey, look over there," stunt, and when she looks, Parson does a quick neck snap on the queen. And that's still not the best part. After her neck is snapped, Stanley's wife deflates and is revealed to have been nothing more than a poorly crafted doll with a lot of attitude and a good veil. Stanley's wife was nothing more than a fancy blow-up doll! Parson deflated her so he could talk with Stanley without her butting in with unhelpful comments. Stanley pouts a little and complains that Parson should have more respect, but otherwise doesn't really care too much.
And here is a bit more story, summarized, that I thought was interesting. In my dream there was a philanthropic Carneymancer who would go around his vast city and interact with the common people. When they would ask him to use his magic to aid them (a request he recieved too often for him to make it practical to comply) he would give them some coins. Real, physical coins that the common units would use. Later the Carneymancer would hear a story about how some unit was able to get the resources they needed that effectively made the Carneymancer's future aid unnecessary. For example, one unit used the few coins given to them to start up a lemonade stand, where they made so much money that they could buy all the supplies they needed to make their assigned task much easier. The Carneymancer didn't know if the coins he was giving out were really magical luck charms, but he gave them out anyway since they seemed to do the trick.
One more thing in my dream that I thought was interesting still has to do with that same caster. He could fly, whether it was from and item, a spell, or a special, it doesn't really matter. But near his house in the city, there were archers on the rooftops with big fancy military-style crossbows for weapons. And for fun, the Carnymancer would try to sneak up on the archers and mock-attack them without getting mock-shot. It seemed to be an effective way for all of them to train and get better at their skills.
I gotta have dreams like this more often...