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TOME - Episode 06 - Dragon Drama

In the world of TOME, there is an unstoppable force of good that roams the virtual landscape protecting the innocent and striking down evil...NNNYLOCKE, MASTER OF HELPING THOSE IN NEED! One night, the daring dragon logs onto for a night of adventure with his comrade, Gamecrazed. However, a bold new problem presents itself to our hero. When even Nylocke himself is unable to fix a problem, his world is turned upside-down and begins to doubt himself. Will the master of right and wrong crumble before the simplest of dilemmas, or can he overcome this dragon drama!?

Created by Chris "Kirbopher" Niosi, with music by Weston "Kajetokun" Durant, starring Martin "LittleKuriboh" Billany and featuring special guest voices of Jessi Nowack and Mike Hecht. Join the adventure in the Terrain of Magical Expertise!

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kevindakameradudekevindakameradude

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great episode :D cant wait for the next one. dissapointed we didnt get to see alpha after what happened. poor kirb



rsbuddyrsbuddy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i haven't even watched the video yet, but i'm giving it 5 stars.

because i know i always get quality from you.



VanArikadoVanArikado

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was epic!!!!! I loved it, Nice work very nice work, I've seen this story from the beginning and well it has grown into a more mature narrative, I love The Nylocke character in fact it's my favorite one from the series.... Keep the good work mate, congratulations!!!!



PhilbreyPhilbrey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

:: Quotes Tanadrine-Studios::

Ahem. They said it better than I could ever.


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Tanadrine-StudiosTanadrine-Studios

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'll be straightforward and saying that this series didn't excite me initially... but I'm kind of a lurker so I give episodic content a chance :)

There were a lot of things done right about this installment. I'll outline the things that I enjoyed most out of this episode, and inversely what I think held the content back:

PRO:

-Character development. I really felt like you pushed the envelope here and truly, honestly connected the characters with the audience. This surprised me greatly knowing beforehand that the episode was centered on Nylocke! Specifically, the concepts of questioning one's self worth, the desire to be someone else (or perhaps, who one truly is?), and discovering the true colors of someone else really made me care about the characters in a way unlike any of the previous TOME episodes... you did something different here and I just can't say it in words beyond this.

-The animation is well-placed. There wasn't a single frame of animation that I felt was wasted or not used to its fullest capacity. I also see that the wear and tear you've been putting on your wrists to draw all this stuff out; it shows the experience you've earned as an artist.

-I always appreciate good voice acting. Daring to do a musical number as well, that stuff is harder to do than people give artists credit for.

CON:

-The music felt as if it was overbearing on the vocals concerning frequencies in some areas. The series would really benefit from an added EQ pass in the future so that the character vocals always feel distinctly separate from the music tracks used. This is especially true of Kirbopher's vocals; his frequency was lower.

-Some parts are drawn out. The dialogue could have been cut down and had the same or increased entertainment value, even knowing Nylocke's tendency to really... REALLY overdo his monologues.

I look forward to whats in store for this series. I know there are other series that have similar concepts/settings out there... but this is an indie show, and indie content creators deserve respect! :)

Now I know what's been keeping you busy all this time! Heh!


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