LE'sAitN-Chapter 5Lil' Eddy's Adventure in the NeverhoodChapter 5: Attack of the 50-foot Robot...with Two Neverhoodians and a PlushieWhen Klaymen and I exited the transporter, I saw that we were in a part of the Neverhood that neither of us had seen before.We were walking past this structure called "Cathead Mountain," according to a sign (nice name, huh?), when all of a sudden, we heard something:"Klaymen, up here!"I had never heard the voice before, but at least it sounded a lot more friendlier than the one I had encountered in the cave.Klaymen and I turned back to Cathead Mountain and looked up to find the source of the new voice.There was a window near the top of the mountain, and someone was sticking their head out of it. He looked a little like Klaymen, only his "skin" was yellow, and his torso was blue; plus, he had a hoop on his head and a goofy grin on his face.The new person waved down to us, and Klaymen waved back."Who is that?" I asked.Klaymen bent down and wrote something on
LE'sAitN-Chapter 4Lil' Eddy's Adventure in the NeverhoodChapter 4: A Supposed Case of Assault"Are you done yet?" I asked Klaymen (granted, for about the seventh time).As a response, Klaymen shot me a look that once again told me to be patient.*Sigh*...I probably shouldn't be complaining. Ever since we had set foot on the other side of the Neverhood, puzzle after puzzle had been thrown at us.Well...more at Klaymen than me. But hey, can you blame me? I mean, as a plushie, I don't really have much of a brain. At least...not one with enough patience to solve all those insane puzzles.I'm pretty sure Klaymen's not too crazy about all the puzzles, either. I mean, it took him forever to figure out that puzzle with the mouse and the cheese (they disappeared with this projector thing; we don't know where they went). And now, he seemed to be struggling with this puzzle which was basically a big memory game.That's probably why I'm not taking a whole lot of time to elaborate on these events. I m
Klogg and his HeartAMX-269 here. This isn't anything really important. Just thought I'd do an evaluation on something I've been thinking about the past few days.Let me explain. I've recently been introduced to the song "Heart, We Will Forget Him," based on the poem by Emily Dickinson. As I looked at the words of the song, I began to realize that they reminded me of someone unexpected: Klogg, the villain from a computer game called The Neverhood.I show you what I mean by going through each section of the poem (as it is in the song).Heart, we will forget himYou and I, tonight.If you know the backstory of this poem, my explanation will make more sense.Evidently, according to scholars, Emily Dickinson was having issues regarding her religion when she wrote this poem. So, they seem to agree that the "him" she is referring to in the poem is God.So, let's try and fit this with The Neverhood.God is the creator of the universe, and Hoborg is the creator of the Neverhood.Klogg overthr
LE'sAitN-Chapter 3Lil Eddys Adventure in the NeverhoodChapter 3: Radios, Beakers
and a Dude named BobbyYou know, I said to Klaymen, Ive wanted to go to a lot of places in my life, and I gotta tell ya
the bottom of a lake in a world made entirely of Klay wasnt one of my first choices.It was true. Klaymen and I were currently standing on ground that was previously filled with water; at least, before we had drained it with a cannon.So, where do we go next? I asked Klaymen.Klaymen began to walk toward the middle of the lake, so I followed him. When we got closer, I realized there was a giant hole in the ground, surrounded by a bunch of signs which basically said, DO NOT JUMP IN.So, of course, Klaymen was about to do the exact opposite as the signs said!Whoa, there, big guy, I said, grabbing Klaymens arm. Your writing is good, but apparently your reading is horrible. I pointed to the signs.