The stage was set back on 4th June, when Dream accepted Mizkif's invitation to show up on Schooled. The YouTuber even jokingly (or not, who really knows) claimed days later that he was "literally going to cheat," raising viewers' expectations for the show.
I’m literally going to cheat— dream (@dreamwastaken) June 7, 2021
Dream ditches Mizkif's Schooled
The day of the a new Schooled episode came and Dream was nowhere to be found, with One True King member Esfand having to step in and save the day in a very inventive way, bringing life to Nightmare, sporting a hellish, less friendly looking version of Dream's avatar.
"I just wanna go play Roblox, I've been waiting here for about an hour, just sitting here wasting my time, and I just wanna go play Roblox. This is so stupid," Nightmare, whose deep voice startled Mizkif's viewers, asserted.
Mizkif paid no mind to Dream's no-show, as Schooled played out in arguably an even funnier way with Esfand filling his role, even posting a joke twitlonger claiming that the Minecraft icon was no longer invited to his "quinceañera."
Dream apologizes for missing Schooled
Despite no harm feelings from Mizkif, fans and viewers reprimanded Dream for his essentially ghosting him, prompting the YouTuber to apologize.
"I am so sorry Mizkif I slept through my alarms. I told you I am an idiot and I meant it," Dream responded to Mizkif's twitlonger, adding: "how can I make it up to you?"
I am so sorry Mizkif I slept through my alarms...— dream (@dreamwastaken) June 8, 2021
I told you I am an idiot and I meant it... how can I make it up to you
Mizkif teased him by saying that a "face reveal" on his Twitch stream would be a start. Of course, Dream has been known for keeping his identity as private as possible, so we doubt the YouTuber would accept such an offer.
Regardless, we're sure we'll see Dream show up in Schooled eventually, and who knows, maybe he'll confront Nightmare in a battle for the ages.