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I understand how they can sedate someone to put them in dream of their choice. Yet once in the dream the next set of sedatives are not real its just part of the dream so how could it still be used effectively?

The dream sedatives work in exactly the same way as the dream shared dream device. It's simple, really.

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Marnjik Fljorhworkz commented 2011-12-04 02:53:08 UTC
The dream sedatives work in exactly the same way as the dream shared dream device. It's simple, really.
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