Dreamer Masks

To protect the Vessel, the Dreamers lay sleeping.

Through their devotion, Hallownest lasts eternal.

Monomon the Teacher

Lurien the Watcher

Herrah the Beast

" her Archive, surrounded by fog and mist." " his Spire, looking over the city." " her Den, amidst the deep darkness beyond the Kingdom."
B Monomon
B Lurien
B Herrah
  • "...For diversity, a Seal..."
  • "...A world forever unchanging..."
  • "...the Seals, must break..."
  • "...Forever..."
  • "...Forever..."
  • "...Better, an end..."
  • "...For King beloved..."
  • "...To sleep. To serve..."
  • "...Bonds must remain..."
  • "...Remain..."
  • "...Remain..."
  • "...Remain..."
  • "...Bound... For brood... For child..."
  • "...Fair bargain made..."
  • "...Give all..."
  • "...For her..."
  • "...For her..."
  • "...For her..."



Would it seek to break the Seals?

They cannot be undone.

They must be undone.

Let us sleep little shadow.

Return to your darkness.

Allow us our peace.

Resting Grounds

Go no further, little shadow.

What compels its climb out of the darkness?

What compels its return to this sacred kingdom?

A call from beyond the Seals?

By the Vessel, or by that captive light?

Would the Seals break?

They cannot be undone.

But the Vessel weakens.

That plague springs anew.

They must be undone.

Yet still our Seals remain.

Our duty holds.

It must be cast away.

Our duty holds. It shall be done.

Fade away, little shadow.

Fade away, and let us sleep in peace


Elegy For Hallownest

The Elegy for Hallownest's first four lines are displayed during the opening sequence of the game, however the full version is not encountered ingame, only in the text files.

The Elegy details the rule of the Pale King and the inevitable doom of the Kingdom of Hallownest.

In wilds beyond they speak your name with reverence and regret,

For none could tame our savage souls yet you the challenge met,

Under palest watch, you taught, we changed, base instincts were redeemed,

A world you gave to bug and beast as they had never dreamed.


Our cherished dreams you granted and delivered more,

But in dismay you found too late our desires had no end,

What cost to tame our savagery? You gave your all and then gave more.

Yet still desires lay unquenched, more dreams remained, your energies spent.

Amongst it sprang a dreadful scourge,

That forced return our aggressive urge,

And turned us back to beasts or husks,

Our souls consumed by light above.

Within your corpse can still be heard the plaintiff cries of one,

Who took our pain, and loss, and dreams inside itself to...

Through its pain we found a truth that must now be confessed,

For nothing can contain such things but perfect emptiness.



  • Herrah is the mother of Hornet.
  • In Team Cherry's other game, Hungry Knight, there are 3 masks that look similar to the Dreamer's.
  • In the original concepts for the Dreamers, all three looked identical; sharing Monomon's mask and having the body shape of Lurien.