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Re: Pathfinder

Postby goat » 13 Aug 2009, 17:19

Graham wrote:
Mr. Silent18 wrote:The puppet Warriors of Darkness' adventures would make an awsome mini-series.

That's certainly nothing we've thought of.
Nothing at all.


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Re: Pathfinder

Postby tak197 » 13 Aug 2009, 18:49

Graham wrote:
Mr. Silent18 wrote:The puppet Warriors of Darkness' adventures would make an awsome mini-series.

That's certainly nothing we've thought of.
Nothing at all.


READ: this was the screen test.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby theDreamer » 13 Aug 2009, 18:51

Graham wrote:
Mr. Silent18 wrote:The puppet Warriors of Darkness' adventures would make an awsome mini-series.

That's certainly nothing we've thought of.
Nothing at all.




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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Master Gunner » 13 Aug 2009, 20:04

Brilliant way to get around the beard problem!

Also, so cute!!!

Hmmm...perhaps you should introduce them to Kathleen's cats at some point. The cuteness may make the internet explode, but it would be worth it.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Chemistring » 13 Aug 2009, 20:39

Dave-O_Boy wrote:Sooooo when will the WoD plushies be available in the shop?

Unless I'm either outsourced or cloned, probably not anytime soon. Things like "job" and "sleep" keep getting in the way of craft time. :P

However! There should be one set of Warriors of Darkness dolls available as part of the Desert Bus for Hope marathon...assuming I ever finish them.

Love, love, love! the yarn blood and the knitted sheep. Glad to hear that villains like the WoD are once again badass enough to beat random encounters with roving flocks of shepherds.

...still grinning like an idiot over here...Excellent work on the video, guys!

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theDreamer wrote:
Graham wrote:
Mr. Silent18 wrote:The puppet Warriors of Darkness' adventures would make an awsome mini-series.

That's certainly nothing we've thought of.
Nothing at all.

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Re: Pathfinder

Postby tak197 » 13 Aug 2009, 20:43

By the way, did you send this over to the Pathfinder developers yet? I feel like they may, I don't know, propose marriage to you...
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Kag » 13 Aug 2009, 21:26

Lyinginbedmon wrote:I would sacrifice every single small animal I encounter from here until my gravesite for 4E never to have existed. Nothing good has come of it.
I know I'm going to regret this, but, what's your beef with 4e?

Actually on topic, the adorable yarn warriors and "animation" make up for the fact that the Warriors' complaint about 4th edition makes absolutely no sense, which isn't important, because Pathfinder is still totally rad. Fantastic video.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Evil Jim » 13 Aug 2009, 23:09

The scene of Derrick all sad with the sheep coming up to comfort him was so endearing, & my favourite.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Bananafish » 14 Aug 2009, 01:22

tak197 wrote:By the way, did you send this over to the Pathfinder developers yet? I feel like they may, I don't know, propose marriage to you...


Yeah, maybe they'd feature you on their website or something?
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Mad Madam Mimm » 14 Aug 2009, 02:34

Aww. I wouldn't mind the puppet warriors of darkness laying waste to my village and brutally slaying the fuzzy animals, since they'd look so cute doing it!
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Sarah » 14 Aug 2009, 06:12

Adorable and funny! Awesome plushies, Chemistring. I wish I stood any chance of being able to win the ones that will be up for auction.

Out of curiosity, who did all the other knitted things? Tally's credited for 'set construction,' does that count the other dolls?
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Lyinginbedmon » 14 Aug 2009, 06:55

Kag wrote:
Lyinginbedmon wrote:I would sacrifice every single small animal I encounter from here until my gravesite for 4E never to have existed. Nothing good has come of it.
I know I'm going to regret this, but, what's your beef with 4e?

Actually on topic, the adorable yarn warriors and "animation" make up for the fact that the Warriors' complaint about 4th edition makes absolutely no sense, which isn't important, because Pathfinder is still totally rad. Fantastic video.

I believe your problem is that you seem to think it's good.

4E is abominable. Even the backstory was trashed.

I was actually optimistic about it before it's release, and I've just seen more and more to despise as it's been released.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Cade Antilles » 14 Aug 2009, 08:32

Chemistring did an amazing job on those plushies!

And, I should really look into Pathfinder. I keep telling myself this, but I continue to fail to do it.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby ThrashJazzAssassin » 14 Aug 2009, 08:36

Lyinginbedmon wrote:I wonder, is this canon?

At least in regards to Ragnar being second in command? I've always thought Derek had that position.

I've been studying recurring LRR characters in some depth for my planned LRR Mafia game, and it's clear from The Truce that Ragnar is the only one who comes up with his own ideas or discusses/argues about plans with Ulrich. The others are clearly minions. Ragnar was also the only other Warrior present when Ulrich signed the contract for their flat. Ergo, second in command.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Lyinginbedmon » 14 Aug 2009, 08:48

Hmm...Ragnar still seems like a powergrabbing backstabber, so this doesn't seem to change much as far as their internal relationships go.

It does kinda make Ragnar a Starscream character, but that's alright in my eyes :P
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Tally » 14 Aug 2009, 09:26

Out of curiosity, who did all the other knitted things? Tally's credited for 'set construction,' does that count the other dolls?


No, I'm very craftsy, but not in the knitting department. I will never have that kind of talent to shape yarn. The shepherds and sheep are part of a nativity scene that Jeremy's grandma made.

My "set construction" credit refers to the background. I decided that the video would be so much more adorable with a felt board backdrop, so I stayed up late the night before they shot it making pastoral hills and burning villages out of felt. :) So fun. I hoped it would be a nicely complimentary setting to Chemistring's absolutely AMAZING WoD dolls.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Graham » 14 Aug 2009, 12:44

You guys are really reading a lot into the Warriors here.

Regarding "The Truce" for example, the reason only Ulric and Ragnar were there when the lease was signed is because I had to play the landlord, so Morgan was running camera, and we couldn't fit Ben in shot.
Just sayin'.

I mean, extrapolate what you will, but just know that it's not... "official" I guess is the word.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Lyinginbedmon » 14 Aug 2009, 13:18

So Derek is the second in command?

I'd really enjoy seeing a breakdown of the command structure for the warriors.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Kag » 14 Aug 2009, 13:32

Lyinginbedmon wrote:I believe your problem is that you seem to think it's good.

4E is abominable. Even the backstory was trashed.
Actually I was trying to ask a serious question, but since you apparently have no legitimate problems with 4th edition, I guess I can just pretend you never said anything.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Graham » 14 Aug 2009, 13:51

Lyinginbedmon wrote:So Derek is the second in command?

I'd really enjoy seeing a breakdown of the command structure for the warriors.
No, you misunderstand me.
We don't have a command structure because it's not something we've ever put thought into.

If we need one for a specific video, then we'll cross the bridge when we come to it. As a comedy unit, the Warriors always act as one.

What I meant by "official" is not that we have some extensive backstories that we haven't told you, what I meant was, you can make up whatever you want about them, but that doesn't mean that we will accept it as "canon" and may completely ignore it if a certain video calls for it.

We are the Star Wars movies, and you are welcome to be the novels. But we might Clone Wars your novel out of continuity.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Lyinginbedmon » 14 Aug 2009, 14:22

Fair enough, I suppose that at least makes it unlikely to become canon if someone writes a Star Wars Holiday Special about them.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby goat » 14 Aug 2009, 15:09

Graham wrote:We are the Star Wars movies, and you are welcome to be the novels. But we might Clone Wars your novel out of continuity.


That is the best metaphor I have ever heard.
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Cade Antilles » 14 Aug 2009, 16:15

Graham wrote:We are the Star Wars movies, and you are welcome to be the novels. But we might Clone Wars your novel out of continuity.

grumble mumble grr stupid Lucas grumble
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby theDreamer » 14 Aug 2009, 16:29

...Ok, I'm a huge (compared to some people) star wars fan, and I'm not entirely sure what that means.

Care to explain? or should I just use google...

The only novels I've read are the Jedi Apprentice (about Obi Wan as a kid wiht Qui Gon) and w.e the first one with Darth Bane was...
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Re: Pathfinder

Postby Jillers » 14 Aug 2009, 17:18

theDreamer wrote:...Ok, I'm a huge (compared to some people) star wars fan, and I'm not entirely sure what that means.

Care to explain? or should I just use google...

The only novels I've read are the Jedi Apprentice (about Obi Wan as a kid wiht Qui Gon) and w.e the first one with Darth Bane was...


After original Star Wars many books were written which many fans considered (and some still consider) canon. The prequels messed the fanon.

IE: Anything you want to consider canon about the WoD, feel free, but it is still only fanon, and LRR has no responsibility to follow your canon.
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