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Interpreting the Main Four’s dreams, pt. 1: Dr. Hare πŸ₯•

Hey everyone! In this post, I’m going to be diving into the murky realm of guesswork known as dream analysis.

While not always accurate, dream analysis offers insight into different types of dreams and what they mean. And thanks to Super Villain Island, we’ve got rare peeks into the subconscious minds of Poptropica’s four most infamous villains: Dr. Hare, Black Widow, Binary Bard, and Captain Crawfish. Your dreams can say a lot about you…what do they say about the Main Four? Let’s take a look!

Note: Each dream contains two viewpoints, one from the villain’s perspective and one from the player’s. In this series, we’ll only be focusing on the villain’s viewpoint.


First up, we have our half-rabbit scientist buddy, Dr. Hare! For those of you who aren’t as familiar with the events of Super Villain, Hare’s dream involves being carried into an anthill and kept in an underground room at the bottom for the remainder of the dream.

A recurring dream? πŸ‘€

So, what does dreaming of being kidnapped by ants supposedly symbolize? Dreams of being kidnapped and held hostage both indicate feeling powerless or unable to change the circumstances. Ants on the other hand can represent annoyances, issues, or distractions in waking life.

Something that comes to mind when I think of Hare being unable to change the circumstances is the time he unwisely placed the player in control of his rabbot at the end of 24 Carrot Island, and was promptly crushed by incoming asteroids. That’s certainly an annoyance.

Maybe choose your driver more carefully next time.

Another notable aspect of Hare’s Super Villain dream is the ant queen, seated beside Hare in her underground throne room as hundreds of ant servants rush to and fro through the hill.

Queens and royalty commonly symbolize praise, respect, and accomplishments. Hare certainly is an accomplished person; not everyone devises a brilliant scheme to mind control the entire world by way of an enormous rabbot machine! Ignoring the fact that his scheme ultimately failed. Ahem.

One more observation I’ll mention is the size of this dream world. Just look how huge those carrots are! Being tiny in a dream — or maybe Hare was normal sized, and everything else was enormous, either way — likely ties into the feeling of powerlessness already suggested by being kidnapped.

I’d hazard a guess that Hare is reliving the unfortunate (for him, that is) events of 24 Carrot Island within his dream. Feeling that sense of accomplishment upon finishing his mind control device, only to be foiled and trapped by the player, taken out of control and lost into deep space! Except…in the dream, it’s apparently the other way around. And it’s with ants. 🐜

ANTS

That’s all for this post, folks! Stay tuned for my next three dream interpretation attempts coming soon, starring the artsy Black Widow, the mighty Captain Crawfish, and the genius Binary Bard!

Dream on,

~ πŸ’œ

5 thoughts on “Interpreting the Main Four’s dreams, pt. 1: Dr. Hare πŸ₯•”

  1. I can’t wait for the next installment! I love the concept! I don’t know much about dream analysis, but maybe the queen bee, the oversized carrots, and the kidnapping symbolize his insecurity over being the face of Poptropica. Maybe he doesn’t want the enormous pressure and expectations on his back. Although the ants don’t fit into my theory.

  2. Fascinating dream analysis β€” it’s interesting to think about the greats (even villainous greats) having insecurities just like regular people. Cool series idea, and looking forward to more! πŸ’­

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