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6-26-2008 @ 1:30PM
Extremely well done, if entirely too long even given strong plotting. The generic deep-growly announcer's voice was the only bit that bugged me, though it fit well with WoW's baddies. "You are not prepared. I have a voice filter! I'm scary! Really!"Misogynist? Sure, I suppose so. Worked in context however. Having the defeated guy rezzed and being "the prize" would've been cleverer by far.
6-26-2008 @ 5:17PM
Voice filter? That sexy voice was pure Malvagio, baby. ;)
6-27-2008 @ 1:22PM
Realized after I clicked post that'd be misread. :)Meant it was a generic Big Meany Voice (often done with voice filters in WoW itself). Wasn't bad, just sick of them. I do a good one myself if you ever need it. Scares children.I thoroughly enjoy the piece. Great stuff. Watched it beginning to end where I normally manage twenty seconds on the music video filter and light effects garbage.Don't care how much skill goes into those--and it's a lot, obviously--they're dead dull. Oooh, orc drumming with blue and black filters and quick cuts! Ooh, they're in Feralas but there's a car from another game for no reason! Those are demo reels of technical chops and why anyone who isn't considering hiring the creators is interested is beyond me.
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