Long ago, two races ruled over Earth: HUMANS and MONSTERS. To this day, they are united in ultimate harmony both as a society and as individuals. For every human, there is a monster. In pairs, their souls are drawn together by unbreakable bonds of love, friendship, and family. However, when most other children have found their soulmates at a very young age, you still have not. You have never even known the pull of another soul, only the emptiness that aches within your own. When one day you do find someone to be your very best friend, another lonely being without a soulmate to love, things fall almost perfectly into place. Except ... something's still missing, something very important. But what? Whatever it is, you are determined to find it.
When a dream demon steals your body and takes it for an irresponsible joyride, it's not so easy to just walk away ... somewhat literally, in ways. Now that Dipper finally has a chance to get some rest, he finds himself desperately avoiding sleep out of fear and paranoia. How can he sleep soundly now that a dream demon could so easily return and take off with his body again, perhaps permanently? Yet again, it seems that Dipper's biggest obstacle could turn out to be his own over-thinking self.
Karkat is up to his freakish mutant eyeballs in problems as he tries to head the latest Alternian Revolution. The people call him their "Savior," but he can't help but feel like a useless piece of shit, especially ever since they realized that the escape route for his troops' safe haven is absolutely littered with old Imperial landmines. Even better, he hasn't seen his psychotic matesprit in nights ... Gog only knows what trouble that asshole's gotten himself into.
They need a miracle, and not the kind that Gamzee always rambles on about. It does end up being nearly as ridiculous, however.