Originally Posted by Farlander
To me Guybrush didn't have as much a fear of his own death (in Tales), as to thinking it would've been rather inconvenient
Well, what about the time that Bugeye says that the punishment for breaking the rule of the Brotherhood is death, and Guybrush is surprised that he doesn't want to get killed by Bugeye, Moose, or Noogie and asks Morgan for help while getting chased by them? Isn't that fear?
Or how about the time when he is hearing a death sentence being imposed on him by the judge and puts his normal hand and his hook hand to his neck in fear of the gallows before LeChuck arrives to save him? Isn't that fear too?