Feb 9th 2012 12:14AM Thank you all for your wonderful comments. I remember the first video I created, was just a random video. I never knew I would get so much positive feedback for them. I then continued to do more, as people gave suggestions in what they wanted to see. I spend countless hours on Youtube trying to find the music that fits amazingly well with them. When I find the right music, I take footage while listening to it.
As a person that played this game to escape reality, the most important thing about these videos.. Is that they are for you. While I do enjoy them myself and they do make me extremely nostalgic, I am mostly trying to bring back those wonderful memories you once had with friends in World of Warcraft. We work so hard to achiev certain things in game, raid to get gear, etc; We never really stop for a few seconds and appreciate our surroundings. We are so busy with what we're doing, that they go unnoticed. So, I pick out pieces in the game and put them into the video.
I included Rhonin's speech to Dalran for many reasons. Obviously because of raiding in Ulduar, but because of how many people have progressed by killing Algalon, they took pride in turning in the quest in Dalaran. I also included Tirion's speech as well. Obviously you know this answer. The Lich King lore is my absolute favorite. Do you remember the first time you downed the Lich King? As you were nervous, watching your every movement in the Throne Room, listening to your raid leaders, and almost "peeing your pants in excitement" for killing a man that was once a very sweet soul.
These are all memories, bundled into one. Bringing you back to your most favorite memory in game. I am overwhelmed with the amount of positive comments. At first, I didn't know if these videos would go very well, but they most certainly have. All because of you. Again, thank you very much for the positive feedback. I will continue to do these until you are all sick of me. =P
Dec 30th 2011 4:38PM Looks like I've started a "trend." ;) Beautiful work!
Sep 19th 2011 7:28PM It looks as if people like the first one better than the second. I actually like it more, for many reasons. I'm glad you all enjoyed both. Or maybe just one. I will continue to do these videos as requested by my subscribers and continue to capture the nostalgia of the game. Thank you all for your wonderful comments. :)
May 17th 2011 1:08PM One of my favorite collabs with two of my favorite parody artists. All three of you did a great job!
Dec 9th 2010 5:45PM @vocenoctum - Yes, It was a little difficult to add more bosses into this video that may have worked better.. I actually thought about using Thrall in the video, but being Alliance, I couldn't do it. ;) Because of the new expansion for WoW, I wanted to show the Fall of the Lich King, his death and then the rise of Deathwing. Which, it may have looked a little random with Deathwing in the video towards the end.. But, when you think about "Mad World", you know that in the World of Warcraft, it's a never ending battle. One boss dies, another arises.
@mythrain - I personally have the .MP3 on my computer, but I think it would be more appropriate if I asked Jay if he would allow me to give you the file.
@Dreyja - Thanks for the positive feedback! :D I promise, the next collab that we do, it will definitely be a Machinima.
Dec 9th 2010 1:25PM Most of you have to understand, that this video was put together in about 45 minutes. With editing and throwing it together with the music.. It was all about just having fun. Never once did I take this actual video seriously. And never once did I think it would become this "popular". I know the video is very generic. But as I said, I wasn't expecting it to be on this site, nor on other sites. I do, however, appreciate the positive feedback and even the negative feedback. I welcome criticism, because it helps you do better work and I never get offended.
On a side note, like I said about the video.. It was literally just thrown together. The concept I tried to use, was the Fall of the Lich King to the rise of Deathwing. Maybe it doesn't make sense to most, but, it did in my head. What means the most to me is, that Sacrelige gets his voice heard out in the community of WoW Machinimators and possibly other things. And also for Jay Mayo that put a lot of time and effort into making this song.