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12-30-2008 @ 3:11AM
Even though what has been posted is intended as constructive criticism, I disagree with part of what the first two posters have to say about it.I felt like the jumping through the air on the rogues part really felt on par with the feeling and beat of the music and matched up with what you would expect from such an extremely agile class. It might not feel on par with the way WoW is actually played because the overall mechanics of the game will not allow for such actions for a multitude of reasons, such as terrain mapping. Not to mention this is suppose to be an Elite Rogue VS. an Elite Rogue. If they stood there and used similar to WoW Mechanics the fight would not have been nearly as interesting.I have seen several people comment on the music. I think the music was perfect, he has it synced up with what is going on very well and though it may not quite be what most of us are used to hearing, it adds a certain amount of immersiveness to the situation. It started out slow and quite and built up to a climax, just as the video did.Out of the video, I could only see one very visible flaw. When she is going after Ony and she starts spinning in circles with her blade the cut on one of the guards could have been better. Maybe if some blood was added to the slice......Overall this has to be the best action machinima I have seen for WoW. My hat is off to the creator, I am eagerly anticipating your next film.
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