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  • Dream has clarified that the Fundy / Dream marriage is not canonical in the lore of the Dream SMP.[1]
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Dre, Mamacita, Girl Dream, Homeless Teletubby, Green boy, Jail boy, Duckling, Green Bastard



  • Killed twice by TommyInnit in Dream's vault on January 20.[2]

Family & relationship (s)

Other information

This page is about the character from the Dream SMP. For the YouTuber who plays this character, see Dream. For the SMP that the Dream Team and their friends play on, see Dream SMP. For the canon protector counterpart, see DreamXD / SMP.


—Dream to Quackity, seeing he brought weapons into the prison



Dream is the founder of the Dream SMP. He was previously the leader of the Greater Dream SMP.

He is commonly seen as the server's main antagonist, opposing L'Manberg in the The War for L'Manberg Independence and the Manberg vs Pogtopia War, instigating Tommy's exile, allying with Technoblade and Ph1LzA during the Doomsday War, and instigating some of the key conflicts of The Disc Saga.

He was later defeated during the final disc confrontation by Tommy Innit and the rest of the server, and imprisoned in Pandora's Vault under the eye of its warden, Awesamdude. Dream currently possesses the only known method of resurrection, given to him by Schlatt, and he is presently being tortured for the information by Quackity.



Dream's in-game appearance is a white smiley-face blob on a light green background. However, Dream confirmed while talking to Tommy in Pandora's Vault that he wears a mask in canon,[3] potentially similar to this.


Not much is known about Dream's biology. Though he has a fairly humanoid appearance, and appears to have a very human biology, it is hinted at that he doesn't need to sleep (especially by his lack of real residence), so it is possible that he has non-human origins .


Dream is an excellent strategist, and is incredibly well-composed most of the time. He is a natural leader, seasoned in the art of military combat and, prior to his imprisonment, was often never seen without fully enchanted armor and several weapons. He is mysterious by nature, taking care to mask his true intentions and hide behind his composed persona in order to maintain a level of respect and fear.

Dream values ​​control, and reacts violently towards any signs of a loss of control - this is proven by his instinctual reaction to declare war on the newly budding independent nation of L'Manberg. Above all else, Dream hopes to unite the server as "one big happy family," and most of his actions lead to this greater goal - Dream is devoted to this cause, often disregarding personal attachments to further his own progress.

Dream cites attachment as the greatest power of the server, and as a result, sought to control it, even aiming at one point to obtain and control one item of value from every server member. Prior to canon, he was once closer to some other members of the server, such as Sapnap, but would come to favor his ambitions for unity over his attachments, cutting his own ties in order to become uncontrollable. This would ultimately fail, as he was not able to cut his attachment with Tommy, causing his downfall.

Dream often shows extreme confidence when he assumes he has the upper hand, though this facade easily falls as soon as his plans start to fail: when it appears he is about to die in the Disc Confrontation, Dream is reduced to begging for his life. He is typically difficult to anger, and usually appears detached from the server, frequently appearing as some sort of higher power - this idea is furthered by the method in which he acts to help Pogtopia during the rebellion. Dream is careful to remain distant from others, but the reason for this is debatable.

As time has passed, Dream has developed a God complex, going so far as to proclaim that he is a god after successfully resurrecting Tommy. He has seemingly lost a grasp of reality to some degree, most likely as a direct effect of imprisonment and torture. Even before imprisonment, when he lost his temper, Dream would become dangerously emotional, acting rashly and impulsively - this is clearest in the final stages of Tommy's exile, where Dream detonates all of Tommy's belongings.[4]

Wilbur, the head writer of season one, has said that Dream's D&D alignment is chaotic evil.[5]

Dream is VERY chaotic evil. Dream wants only one thing, to stir the pot and disrupt the status quo. This is a villainous stereotype.

—Wilbur on Reddit

Dream is VERY chaotic evil. Dream wants only one thing, to stir the pot and disrupt the status quo. This is a villainous stereotype.

Somewhat contrary to this assessment of his character, Dream tends to portrays himself as a leader. Many members (characters) of the SMP have criticized Dream for always inserting himself into other people's conflict, whether it is in the name of protecting the server, or for his own interests.

Dream, as the content creator, has also described his character as being "reserved" and having an "ends justify the means" mindset.


Mamacita or Girl Dream (the name she calls herself) is the female version of Dream. Just like Dream, she's capable of defending herself, but occasionally calls for help. She used to tag along with Mexican Dream, and seems to have had a romantic relationship with him.


Early Dream SMP Arc

Pre-disc saga

Dream created the SMP with George on April 24, 2020. He is one of the eight original SMP members, along with George, Sapnap, Callahan, Alyssa, Awesamdude, Ponk & BadBoyHalo. Along with the other original seven members of the server, he built the Community House. In addition, Dream built the wooden path from the Community House, now known as Prime Path, and a room under the house to live in. He had a pet horse, Spirit, who died to mobs while Sapnap was riding them.[6] During this time, the SMP was in a peaceful and carefree era, as most problems were taken cared of in the courthouse. Dream exiled Tommy from the SMP for repeatedly breaking the rules when he first joined, but later allowed Tommy back onto the server.

The Disc Saga

Main article: The Disc Saga

The Disc Saga began with Tommy and Sapnap getting into a conflict with Ponk and Alyssa. Dream tried to defuse the conflict, but was killed instead, so in order to gain leverage, he stole Tommy's music discs, Cat and Mellohi, starting the whole saga. Over a long period of time, lots of items were stolen from Dream and Tommy by each other in order to regain the disks.

Socializing Club Conflict

Dream fell into the trap that Purpled had set outside The Socializing Club during the Socializing Club Conflict, causing his sword to end up in Tommy's hands. However, through an agreement, he got his sword back after the conflict.

L'Manberg Independence Arc


Dream did not do many things before the war to increase tensions between him and members of what would eventually become L'Manberg. From the content creator vantage, he banned villager breeding and iron golem farms after Tubbo built farms for them because they were too overpowered. Later, stopping the drug empire that Wilbur Soot and Tommy were attempting to create led directly to the creation of L'Manberg.

Dream Team SMP vs. L'Manberg War

Dream played the role as the primary antagonist during the Dream Team SMP vs. L'Manberg War. As the creator and figure head of the lands, Dream refused to allow L'Manberg to declare themselves independent of the Dream SMP. As a result, he, with Punz and Sapnap, made war, using griefing, bombing, and bribery to defeat them after requesting for surrender multiple times. At the end of the war, Tommy surrendered his discs, Cat and Mellohi, so for the fact that L'Manberg may believe itself a nation, but the Dream SMP would not.

Post was

After the war, Dream was involved in many small side stories.

  • Jack Manifold joined the server, and Dream attempted to sway Jack's allegiance towards the Greater Dream SMP through bribery. However, Jack ultimately chose L'Manberg and was given the job as ambassador.
  • Wilbur and Tommy built a park in L'Manberg to attract tourists (mainly drug dealers). The only attractions were a drug pond and a bent stone alleyway (the Pufferfish Alleyway), which they used in an attempt to scam Dream out of diamonds.
  • Wilbur and Dream competed in a pub quiz made by Tubbo to figure out who has a higher IQ (although it was more of a trivia) and Wilbur won.
  • Fundy and Niki pranked Tommy's base (L'Manberg Embassy) by giving it a Nether makeover. Dream fixed this in a later stream.
  • Through trade with Skeppy, Dream obtained Spirit’s (his dead horse) leather in exchange for one of Tommy's prized music discs.
  • Tommy accidentally ran over Dream with a minecart causing a series of events that led to the Railway Skirmish.
  • Dream, George, and Sapnap added onto Tommy's spawn trap in an effort to trap Ponk.
  • Dream hosted a $ 5000 Deal or No Deal event on the server.
  • Dream, Tommy, Quackity and Tubbo started a new religion dedicated to Twitch Prime. Church Prime and The Vape Tower are built within a new district of the Dream SMP called "The Subs / The Holy Land." The burnt remains of Tubbo's old house are included within the border of this district and act as a heritage site.
  • Dream got scammed by Tommy. Through the scam, Tommy got his Mellohi disc back, as well as Spirit, the leather of Dream's most favored and dead horse. Dream received Beckerson, one of the oldest pets on the server.
  • Dream remodeled the Community House.

The 2020 L'Manberg Election

When Schlatt joined and announced his own campaign, Dream immediately took a stance by providing Schlatt with his bow. The two began hunting down the two POG2020 candidates.

Manberg Rebellion Arc

Pogtopian Alliance

After the election, Dream quietly supported Pogtopia after realizing that he disliked Schlatt, giving them many supplies, including his crossbow, "Definitely Not Penis." His reasoning was that Schlatt was a ruler with ambition, unlike Wilbur, and wanted to keep expanding beyond the walls of L'Manberg. As a result, he had an active fighting role in the War of the Burning Eiffel Tower and also provided Wilbur with TNT for his plan to blow up Manberg. However, he switched sides after the Manberg Festival due to an agreement with Schlatt.

True ideals

Dream met with Eret just before the war started, and told Eret that they were just a figurehead so they must remain neutral in the war. He explained to Eret that all he wished was a land undivided; no Pogtopia, no Manberg, only Dream SMP. He also describes how Eret only had power because of the members of the Dream SMP backing him, protecting him and giving him power; respect is nothing because it doesn't protect him from a knife in his back.

After Dream got word of Eret's wish to fight with Pogtopia, Dream dethroned them and crowned George as the new king of Greater Dream SMP, with Callahan as his squire.

Retribution Arc

Exile Conflict

Main article: Exile Conflict

Soon after Tommy and Ranboo burned and robbed George's house, Dream built a 4-block high obsidian wall around L'Manberg. Since George was the king and his best friend, he took the burning very seriously and wanted Tommy to be exiled. He gave Tubbo three days to decide the fate of Tommy. The meeting took place in the Holy Land, and in the meeting, they agreed to put Tommy on probation. However, Tommy claimed that Dream had no dominance over him, as while Dream didn't possess any leverage over Tommy, it wasn't the same the other way around. Tommy then threatened to burn the leather of his dead horse, Spirit. Dream was conflicted and was forced to comply, if only for a few minutes as the L'Manbergians humiliated him. Snapping and realizing that Tommy could forever hold Spirit over his head, Dream then retorted that he didn't "give a f ** k about Spirit, "and that all he cared about was Tommy's discs since they gave him power over Tommy. Dream then provided an ultimatum: exile Tommy within three days or he will" build [the wall] until they've reached the block limit. "The L'Manberg cabinet later compiled, giving in to his demands once again, and Dream escorted Tommy out. In addition, Dream rewarded L'Manberg by officially recognizing them as an independent nation for the first time and even offering them support from his faction.

Dethronement of George

Dream proposed that George step down as king because he was constantly being attacked by members of the SMP. He said that the king must be a neutral figure, and that George had instigated conflicts by destroying L'Mantree and by helping build Mexican L'Manberg. George refused, and Quackity and Sapnap supported him, Sapnap being told that Dream didn't care about anything other than Tommy's discs. However, Dream went through with the idea by crowning Eret as king again, straining his relationship with George, Quackity, and Sapnap. During an argument with Quackity, Dream debated that he had caused no conflict on the SMP, and that Tommy was the instigator of all of the conflicts. Dream painted himself as a peacekeeping figure of the SMP, but the other members denied it.

Post-Exile Conflict

Main article: Tommy's exile

Dream was the only one to consistently visit Tommy during his exile, eventually causing Tommy to believe that Dream was his only friend. Dream's treatment of Tommy in exile can easily be classified as abuse, with Dream doing things such as forcing Tommy to give up all of his items every day, and making Tommy feel as though he had to comply with everything Dream said. Eventually, after finding out Tommy had been keeping a secret stash of items from him, Dream blew the items and all of Logstedshire up, and then forbade him from entering the Nether and left.[7]

Tommy then left Logstedshire upon an epiphany that Dream had been manipulating him and had never been his friend,[8] but was quickly found by Dream living with Technoblade in his cabin. He expressed that he did not care where Tommy lived as long as he knew of his whereabouts. Even though Tommy was caught by Dream visiting the main server area on multiple occasions, Dream did not kill him.

Technoblade's execution

Dream played an important role in assisting Technoblade with his escape from his execution.

Having caught wind of the Butcher Army's plan to execute Technoblade, Dream told Technoblade to meet atop the mountain where they previously met in the SMP for the first time. Although there was initially some tension between the two, this subsided, and Dream warned Technoblade that there were bounty hunters after him, giving him a map that led Technoblade to a woodland mansion where he managed to collect 2 Totems of Undying.

The next day, when Technoblade was arrested, Dream assisted Technoblade with his escape. He led Techno to the Final Control Room where he had left some items for Techno to help him escape and fight off enemies. Due to this, Technoblade owed Dream a favor.

Dream's Evil Lair

During Dream's hunt for Tommy's whereabouts, he visited Technoblade's cabin multiple times, sometimes even when Technoblade was not at home. One day, Technoblade once again rose the issue of trespassing, stating that Dream should stop entering his property without his permission. He then proceeded to question Dream's residence, even asking if he was actually homeless, which was met with strong defense. Later, as Technoblade went to follow after Dream, it could be seen that he was building a house made of a mixture of cobblestone and wood (temporarily changed into Diamond Blocks), which he would self-deem "Dream's Evil Lair."

Meeting with hallmark

Punz was the only one loyal to Dream throughout the history of the SMP, often acting as his right hand man. Although this loyalty was achieved through a mercenary agreement, with Dream paying Punz vast amounts of wealth for his allegiance, both parties admitted that it had grown to more than just a money contract. Punz stated that he'd still be loyal to Dream even if not for the money, although the sincerity of this statement is questionable.

On December 17, Dream called Punz to go for a walk with him. On the walk, Dream proposed Punz fraudulently turn against him, and become a spy on the inside of L'Manberg. Dream wanted to create an impression that everyone had turned against him, and that they could rally the population against Dream and overthrow him, when that was not the case. Dream suggested that they could plan a scripted event, where Dream would do something hurtful to Punz, and Punz would pretend to be hurt and leave his side, then, with this new trust and mutual "hate" for Dream, Punz would be welcomed into L'Manberg and provide intelligence for Dream.

The walk reached its end at Pandora's Vault. Dream explained to Punz that the vault, at the time, was only known by a few trusted members of the SMP, and explained its usage. Dream confirmed that no one in L'Manberg, except for Quackity, knew about the prison, and Quackity did not suspect or know the true intentions and purpose of it. He reminded Punz that the goal was always for "one united server," or "one giant family"; everyone followed the same rules, and there were no other countries. He claimed that there was something he'd do soon that no one would like him for, then named Punz as leader of his faction, as he did not want his faction to start crumbling.

Green Festival

Main article: Green Festival

It was believed that Dream would finally respect the L'Manberg law and show up at the Green Festival without any armor, as per Wilbur's first set of rules and despise for armor within the territory of the country. However, as the L'Manberg festival was ongoing with festival games, it was spotted that Dream started to build obsidian walls around the country, something that he only did when punishing the country. As the citizens swarmed to question his actions, Dream rebutted in regards of Tommy's fault, before leading the citizens to the Community House, where it was blown up and destroyed. A series of conversations would lead to Tommy betraying Technoblade to be on Tubbo's side, and thus Dream's offer of cooperation with Technoblade. The duo declared was on L'Manberg, announcing that they would destroy the country the next day.

Doomsday War

Main article: Doomsday War

Prior to the war, Dream set up an obsidian base above L'Manberg as per his wish to blow up the country with duplicate TNT in a TNT system. However, as he knew the redstone contraption and redstone could be easily removed and destroyed, decided not to place the needed dispensers, redstone and repeaters just yet. Instead, he asked Technoblade to help him stall for time for around 20 minutes as he set up the TNT above L'Manberg.

After Technoblade and Philza had managed to stall the opposing side with the Hound Army, strong armor, weapons and even withers, TNT started to rain from the sky in multiple areas of L'Manberg, signaling that Dream had finished his contraption and started his mission to create "chunk errors" through explosions. Dream used repeaters and redstone, along with dispensers, to create a continuous flow of lit TNT raining down into the country. The TNT would continue falling down for around 10 minutes, before they would slow down, with duplicate TNT only falling from one station to another, as Dream would go back and forth refilling dispensers. In the end, L'Manberg was successfully blown up, declaring victory for his side.

Moving far

As the battle finally started to die down, Dream would fire TNT into L'Manberg once again. When Tubbo and Tommy climbed up to the obsidian platform to destroy the circuits once again, Dream joined their call. He activated the dispenser nearest to them, taunting the duo with the constant falling of TNT. Nevertheless, he told Tommy that he was not done with him, and that while L'Manberg's story was over, his story with Tommy was not.

Empowerment Arc

Disc confrontation

After the Doomsday War, Dream put signs and a lodestone compass in Tommy's home indicating that Tommy and Tubbo were to follow the compass and meet Dream alone. He stated in the signs that they must do so if Tommy wanted his discs back. Tommy and Tubbo fought Dream and stole the disc, but Dream threatened to kill Tubbo if Tommy didn't return the disc. Tommy did so and Dream laughed, telling him it was a fake the entire time. Dream then revealed Tommy's real discs that Tommy couldn't even steal because it would end Tubbo's life. Then, Dream began to show a strange museum of all the "attachments" that the Dream SMP members had.

Dream's true ambition was to take possession of all which the Dream SMP members had attachment towards so that he could control everyone. Unlike the others, Dream separated himself from attachments, leaving him without any vulnerabilities. He revealed that Tommy was necessary so that the people would continue being attached to something for themselves, and that it was essential in his future plans.

Dream told Tommy that he intended to kill Tubbo, no matter what, and gave Tommy and Tubbo a chance to say their final goodbyes. Just when Dream was about to kill Tubbo, several Dream SMP members arrived at Dream's vault - with Punz, Eret, Callahan, Awesamdude, Nihachu, BadBoyHalo, CaptainPuffy, Antfrost, Jack Manifold, Hbomb, Quackity, Ranboo, and Ponk all present - to assist Tommy and Tubbo. Several of these people once supported Dream. Having to defend himself against so many people, Dream was forced to get rid of his armor, weapons and potions by Tommy. In the end, he was canonically killed twice by Tommy, only spared because of Schlatt's book. He claimed it was a guide to the revival of dead characters. Instead of death, Dream was thus sent to Pandora's Vault escorted by Awesamdude, the very prison for which he had commissioned to be built.


Inside the prison, the only thing Dream has access to is a chest full of book and quills, a lectern, a cauldron, and a clock in an item frame. Tommy was the first to visit, and planned to visit again three days later, however it wasn't until a month later when Tommy visited again. His more frequent visitor was Ranboo, although the nature of these visits remains a mystery. BadBoyHalo later visited Dream, and left the cell feeling that Dream was being somewhat mistreated. Ranboo then tried visiting again, but was banned from the prison after erasing the contents of the waivers. Sapnap then visited, during which Dream refused to speak and instead used a book to communicate.

Tommy visited the prison again exactly one month later. During the visit, Tommy proclaimed that he would never visit him again, however there was a security issue during Tommy's visit, so the prison was put into lockdown. During the prison lockdown, Tommy consistently attempted to annoy Dream. On the eighth day of lockdown, Tommy and Dream had an argument over the Book of Necromancy, with Tommy arguing that the book was fictitious. Tommy questioned Dream on if he loved the cat (which had appeared in the cell), and he admitted that he did. Tommy proceeded to murder said cat, despite Dream's attempt to block his punches with his body, and commented that this was what happened to everything he loved. Dream then insisted on asking Schlatt about the book, and proceeded to beat him to death in the cell, causing Tommy to lose his final canon life. Sam later revealed when talking to Ranboo that Dream laughed after he killed Tommy and that during Dream's time in the prison, he almost exclusively kept talking about Tommy.

Dream resurrected Tommy on March 4, 2021. Tommy proceeded to have another argument with Dream and Tommy thought about killing Dream. Dream accepted death but Tommy knew that if he killed Dream, he would be stuck in the prison forever. Tommy then told Dream he wanted to kill him but couldn't. Dream vocalized that he could kill anyone he wanted and bring them back and told Tommy that everybody on the server are his puppets. Dream told Tommy that he had to kill him to prove to him that the book is real. He then went on saying he will bring back Wilbur and he will help him escape. Days later, when Tommy got out, Dream seemed to be a bit upset that Tommy was going free. He muttered to himself bitterly when Sam let him out.

Quackity, during the events of Las Nevadas Ep.1, went to the prison and made a deal with Awesamdude, who gave him access to the "tools" of the Warden, and allowed him to bring them into the main cell. After Quackity got into the Prison, he went to the main cell and suggested to Dream that he needed the knowledge of how to revive people; Dream screamed for Sam when he noticed that Quackity had weapons. Quackity vouched that he will visit Dream every day to torture him until he gives him the knowledge of what was inside the Book of Necromancy. When Dream refused to give him knowledge of the book, Quackity began hurting him. Currently, Dream is being tortured by Quackity every day.

On April 29, Tommy went invisibly to the prison with Ghostbur with the intention of killing Dream. Sam spotted Tommy with the Ax of Peace at the cell and made Tommy go on the bridge back, leaving Ghostbur behind. Dream started threatening Sam and Tommy to either let him out or he was going to revive Wilbur. Sam would not let him out and wouldn't let Ghostbur cross the bridge and Dream used the book to kill Ghostbur and revive Wilbur.


Personal items
Surname Notes

This crossbow originally belonged to Dream and was first lent to Jschlatt after the Presidential Rally to be used to kill Tommy Innit and Wilbur Soot.

Dream then took it back and gifted it to Tommy after he and Wilbur had formed Pogtopia, alongside multiple other items to help with the fight against Schlatt.

During the Manberg Festival, Tommy brought it with him and when he was killed, it was taken from him by an unknown person who put it in a random chest. Eret then found the crossbow and held onto it for a few weeks.

Eret gave it back to Tommy before the Manberg vs Pogtopia War as a symbol of trust, however. Tommy proceeded to use it during the main battle.

During the chaos of the war's aftermath, Tommy lost the crossbow and it came into the hands of Philza. Phil then returned it to Tommy the following day.

On December 21, 2020, it was revealed on-stream to be in the possession of Tubbo, who did not remember how he got it. He claimed that the Arrow of Harming loaded into it had been set there by Dream, as he had not loaded it since he acquired it. This seems unlikely, however, considering how many people had used the crossbow before.

On January 16, 2021, Tubbo gave the crossbow to Tommy while they were preparing for the Disc Confrontation. It was one of the few items of his that Dream did not blow up prior to entering Pandora's Vault, and Tommy used it to take Dream's second canon life. It had been in Tommy's possession until he died while taking down Ponk's Lemon Tree, and when Sam Nook recovered Tommy's items the crossbow was not there. It is assumed to have been despawned or in Ponk's possession.

Nightmare Sharpness V, Efficiency V, Unbreaking III, Mending

Dream's ax. After the events of the Disc Confrontation, Nightmare is in the possession of Tommy. It was temporarily hidden underneath Fundy's base and inside Tommy's Pogtopia vault.