It was a sunny day in Forest, and Kabuki was enjoying the nice weather.
Later on, I changed my path back to the green bricks. The repeating ink blotches of Splatoon didn’t make the best-looking path.
I went up to the Dream Suite to update my dream town, and I got a bit of a surprise when I checked my latest visitor. According to Luna, it was <3s JVGS from Poop. It was kind of flattering, at least until I reached part #2. 😀
I wasn’t done in the Dream Suite just yet, though. I decided to take a dream visit to a horror-themed town suggested by Heidi and Abbie (in October 2013). The town’s name is Hitokui and the dream address is 2600-1856-4772.
I visited the cafe, where a variety of tasty foods was served. Wait, is the chef missing an eye? I hope it doesn’t end up in my salad or anything. But I’ll keep an eye out for it.
Just a fair warning that this town does contain some bloody patterns, and some of them will be shown in the following pictures. If you don’t want to see them, you may want to skip the rest of this blog entry.
The basement of the cafe has some bloody knives. And some empty cribs. Exactly what kind of meat do you serve here??
One of the other houses seems to function as a church…complete with a cemetery in the back. R.I.P., my lunch.
In a small bathroom, it looks like something broke through the bars. Did it break in or out?
It was raining outside, and I saw a mummy holding an umbrella!
In another house, I found where they perform experiments on people. Am I next in line?
Another room has a collection of scary creatures. Yikes! That thing is huge!
And of course, every horror town is legally obligated to have at least one of these creepy dolls. Although the doll isn’t the creepiest thing in this room…
But if you like dolls, you’ll love this room:
Here are a couple more pictures of rooms from Hitokui:
After that, I woke up from my dream and ended my night in New Leaf. Again, the dream address for Hitokui is 2600-1856-4772 if you’d like to check it out.
Have a good weekend, everyone! If you’re looking for more good dream towns to visit, please check out Jeff’s Dream Suite Adventures!