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9-22-2009 @ 2:11PM
the story arc was meh, questions i had that i couldn't see answers for in the movie:what was the warrior training for?why was the warrior dreaming that he was a druid?why did he go to northrend?why didn't he use any transportation?who was the druid lady?why did he turn into a dragon?why was the druid lady healing the human warrior?is there any significance in any of this?the editing and cinematography was cool, but honestly i think that was the point of this video; to show off the camera angles. meh.i liked the credits better than the actual story though, they were fun!
9-22-2009 @ 2:17PM
What was the Warrior training for?He was training to be a warrior.Why was the warrior dreaming that he was a druid?Because the woman he had a crush on was a druid. He was fantasizing about magic that he did not have.Why did he go to Northrend?Because in his dream, he saw the druid lady being attacked by a dragon.Who was the druid lady?A woman he saw training that he developed a crush on, that he proceeded to have a dream about.Why did he turn into a dragon?Because the dream became a nightmare. At the start of the dream, he saw the woman scared of a dragon, and he went to save her. By the end of the dream, it turned out that he was the dragon that she was scared of.Why was the Druid Lady healing the human warrior?Because in the Warrior's nightmare, he had became a dragon, and the human was fighting him off. The druid lady viewing him as a monster, and betraying him to help the people fighting him, made it more nightmarish.:D
9-22-2009 @ 2:20PM
9-22-2009 @ 4:17PM
"What was the warrior training for"He was at the target dummies practicing. Its hard to say if he was there to practice being a warrior though, since the other 3 all had Druids on them. He could have been there to try a different job, or maybe just check out his Crush/love interest ala "Uh, I'm just here practicing... *gulp*
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