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New interviews with the four writers on the TMI blog!

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Aye people, it's “Everything you wanted to know about Tales of Monkey Island, but was afraid to ask”-week on the Tales of Monkey Island Blog!

There were a lot of questions after the last chapter so hopefully, this interview will clear up a few things :)

Today we have an interview with Mark Darin. Stay tuned this week for more!
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  • Heh, quite an intriguing read. That burrito sounds fun!
  • Mike Stemmle confirms some of our theories regarding Elaine!!! Go and check it out!!
  • Does anyone notice that reading these interviews, and this blog in general, really messes up your eyes? Or is it just me? Reading the not-quite-white text and on the black background distorts my vision for a few minutes after I'm finished reading. It's hard to get all the way through the interviews without having to close my eyes for a minute to so.
    In fact, I've been done reading for about 4 minutes, and I've been typing this post and I still see the text floating around while I look at everything else.
    Maybe it is just me...
  • Maybe it's your monitor... :p
  • Silverwolfpet;254471 said:
    Mike Stemmle confirms some of our theories regarding Elaine!!! Go and check it out!!
    AT LAST! :)
    I would like to say two things to the Telltale Team:

    1) Thanks for answering these... "riddles".
    2) You'll have to admit the explanation IN THE GAME wasn't that clear, come on... ;)
  • The only thing that can top these interviews (once their all posted) will have to be an interview with Ron Gilbert himself! Possible?
  • Some of these explanations sound like a Sure, why not?. Also "It’s possible that the lingering effects of De Singe’s Jus De Vie kept him technically alive (in dust form) throughout the events of the final episode." is kind of a horrid idea.
  • Yeah, now that you mention it. Imagine spending eternity as separate, microscopic particles. Unable to move, talk, or do anything for ever, and ever, and ever, and ever, and ever, and ever....

    I much prefer the alternative possibility that Stemmle gave:

    "While the Crossroads is not only a place for pirates (Le Flay was there, after all), De Singe very quickly moved on to his personal Paradise for Snooty Not-French Scientists."

    ...it won't give me nightmares unlike the "dust for eternity" idea.
  • haydenwce27;254488 said:
    Yeah, now that you mention it. Imagine spending eternity as separate, microscopic particles. Unable to move, talk, or do anything for ever, and ever, and ever, and ever, and ever, and ever....
    Don't forget the terrible pain that being sliced into millions of little bits much give you if you were still alive. Wow, even De Singe doesn't deserve that.
  • Ooh, yeah. All the more reason just to believe the alternative outcome.
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