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Dimension 534, or what I used to call it, home, is a dimension that is pretty much just like yours. It has towns, cities, states, countries, parks, stores, houses, etc. However, it's mostly desolate, except for bandit groups, after the apocalypse struck it.
For a year, I was stuck living in the Kastéra Mall. It has three floors and has forty-five stores. Each floor has fifteen stores, and the complex is in a U-shape. There is a left, center, and right wing. In the left wing, there is a still functioning water park, with clean water and working slides. Some stores have been ransacked by bandits. I usually had to fight them off, but sometimes they would just take stuff when I was sleeping. Some stores kept on getting stocked despite the mall being shut down for years. It seems that someone didn't want the place to fall in disarray. They were my savior for that year, but I never got to meet them.
I was in a punk rock band called Chasing Something Obscure, as the drummer. When growing up, there was a fire in the field behind my family house. Any time I would approach it, it would just fade out of existence. If I went away from it, it would return. I managed to film it. We used a still frame of that tape as the cover of our first album, The Mystery of the Flame. We would make four more albums before disbanding.
The Dimension Hoppers rescued me from the dimension. More like I let them take me with them. I didn't really give them permission. I'm grateful either way. I was tired of that mall. I was in there for a year, after all. A mall is both a great place and an awful place to reside in during an apocalypse. There's supplies inside and places to hide, but because of supplies, it is a place of interest for many.
The second entry in The Dimension Log moniker. Check out the previous entry here. thedimensionlog.bandcamp.com/album/the-floating-islands-dimension-3786
released November 24, 2022