I used to have MI dreams until about 10 years ago. There's only 6 that I remember any bits of at all...
One featured a deserted pirate shanty town at dusk (more like Melee than Kuttin, before anybody asks) where I was pocketing any weird crap I could find, even though it felt more like a first-person RPG than an adventure game.
Another I was in a bar like the SCUMM Bar. I went into the kitchen and saw Guybrush having an argument with a cross between Neptune and LeChuck. The prep table was covered in seeweed.
3) I was on an island like Monkey and the island had a very primative, jungley, tribal feel about it. The villagers (didn't actually see them but I don't think they were anything like the cannibals) stuffed me into a cannon and I was blasted to the other side of the island. The fast-looming overhead (well, bird-view) shot was ace. Whenever I play "Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat" and visit the island of Ravenview where you teleport all over the place, eventually to the top of the island's hill, I get reminded of this dream.
4) I saw the bridge of Woodtick from the same perspective as MI2 and where the woodsmithy would be, there was a building that looked a bit like the weenie hut from the outside. The bridge wasn't there either. Instead, Guybrush was coffinning across, with the (swamp) water level up to just below where the bridge would have been. He entered the hut and the room inside looked like Elaine's bedroom on Booty. She was there and yelled at him to get out.
5) I was stumbling around some ruins of a voodoo shack at night, having just got something I needed out of a chest nearby (I think it was the dried head of a monkey on a stick). Then I fell through the floor to very dusty, murky cellars and was so freaked out I woke up.
6) (This was before I got this far in MI2) I got the final map piece and the cutscene showed LeChuck ambling on the fortress battlements, dark storm all around, in a fit of rage. He spoke facing the camera and sounded like a spoilt child stomping around tbh.
Please bear in mind that these were in my childhood.
Life is like an adventure game: if you don't click, you don't get it
Last edited by tbm1986; 11/21/2009 at 02:21 pm.