A jagged gash opens in the air, silent and sinuous, first slashing a rough curve through reality and then spreading open farther as though grasped and pulled by some vast alien force. It twists through space, shuddering and pulsing like a creature in pain, wider and wider until—at last—a person tumbles through and it snaps shut all at once with a thunderous crack.
She gropes for her sleeve knife and stabs him, but in her half-asleep condition the best target she can identify is a wrist. Hardly conclusive.
Kite was slain by Dream
And she wakes up in the same bed, but this time she doesn’t have any stuff.
“…Will you tell me how you killed me now?”
"Absolutely not!" she says brightly.
“You shouldn’t have had any stuff, even if you did you didn’t make a crafting table, I was watching. …Are you a god?”
"Could be. Probably not. Who knows?"
“Well, you do, presumably.”
"Yes, but you just took all my shiny stolen goods, leaving me with very little incentive to tell you."
“You would have even less incentive to tell me if you could just leave with all my stuff instead of answering!”
"Is that so? And yet, here we stand."
She gets out of bed and starts for the door.
"I'll make you full netherite armor as a replacement if you tell me how you did it."
"If you make me a full set of netherite armor and tools, and let me traipse off into the wilderness with them unbothered for a week, I will tell you how I did it."
"...I am not making you a netherite hoe, that's ridiculous. I'll make you full armor plus a pickaxe, shovel, axe, and sword and then you can run around in the wilderness unbothered by me, no promises about the rest of the server. What enchantments do you want."
"I liked the set you had. Mending, Unbreaking, Efficiency where appropriate, et cetera."
"Do we even have a villager right now who sells-- whatever. Fine. Done. Might take a while. I'll let you know when they're finished. Deal?"
"And I will give you your answer once I have had a week in the wilderness with them unbothered by anyone, but I won't count interruptions against you except insofar as they cause delay. Deal?"
She skips merrily out into the snow.
She will be left alone to do this for as long as she wants!
Her jaunt through the wilderness is much more difficult without all of Dream's stuff to help her, but she's still determined to find the other end of this tundra if she possibly can. Running in an approximately straight line doesn't take much in the way of equipment, anyway, except as necessary to acquire food with which to continue running.
Mountains, snowy taiga, tundra, taiga, mountains, tundra, taiga hills... Here's a forest!
There's such a thing as a map, isn't there? She should figure out how to make those.
Her recipe book will inform her that this requires paper and a compass.
And paper and compasses require...?
She needs sugarcane for paper, but she probably has some paper left over from making a notebook earlier; she needs four iron ingots and one redstone dust for a compass.
Well she has no idea where to get redstone dust but most of the rest of that is pretty reasonable. Time to... actually, probably time to start trekking back toward civilization, she doesn't have anything to lose from being killed at the moment and it would be embarrassing if she lost her way out here.
—oh, did he take her notes about the adorable house? He better not have.