|What happened last week|
|And what I am facing now|
I found myself beside a black gate, behind which lied the lair of the evil witch, holding princess Lorealle. The way inside was prevented by five obstacles (moon, tarpit, eye, crow and thunderbolt). There was also a skeleton holding a candygram, which according to a fine print contained explosives that would kill anyone opening it. I also appeared to have a new verb to use (Hoot).
So, there were five obstacles and the whole game has been spent gathering five magical objects (Pitchfork of Damocles, Crescent Wrench of Armageddon, Raw Steak of Eternity, Crowbar of the Apocalypse and Bolt Cutters of Doom) - this seemed pretty simple. Crowbar took care of the crow, Bolt Cutters of the thunderbolt. I guessed Steak should be put on the eye and the Crescent Wrench worked for the crescent moon. That left only the pitchfork and the tarpit.
Five keys for five locks and the gate was open. Apparently the locks had been set up to keep the witch and her evil minions imprisoned. Now I had freed them to terror the land, as long as the castle of the witch stood. As if this wasn’t enough, the witch imprisoned me and set a deadly spell.
|How can I ever survive this?|
|Simply. But why was the witch so stupid to leave the hourglass to my hands?|
|Is this made from Monkey Island grog?|
After restoring, I continued searching the witch’s bedroom. There was this conspicuous broomstick still lying around. When I had opened the window, I could use the broom to fly, not everywhere in the world, but to few specific spots: witch’s bedroom (where I started), the black gate and another passageway, this time under the Great Hall, where the wedding was to happen. Opening a trapdoor and eating my way through, I found myself in a wedding cake.
|Perfect hiding place|
|Kids, always remember to read the fine print|
|I guess this will do|
|Pity there was no second part|