Dmman33 Pirate Skit

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I wanted to do a more intimidating pirate rather than just a silly one.

Script for Animators:

Dark-Greybeard: Why shiver me timbers, Captain Goldbaum. It be most pleasing to finally have ye in my...hook? Yarharharharharhar! Yar precious "Royal Navy" can't save ye now, nohohohoho. Now, ye have a choice. Either tell me where the Treasure Fleet be Sailin' or ye...SHALL WALK THE PLANK. Yarharharhar.

Captain Goldbaum: I'll tell you nothing Drak-Greybeard. You'll just have to kill me!

Dark-Greybeard: Well, let me put it another way...If ye don't tell me, I'll flog ye 'till Polly here can see yer spine. and then have his, er...way with ye.

Polly: Squak Squak! Polly want a Vertebrae! Polly want a Vertebrae! Squaak!

Captain Goldbaum: Oh...oh dear...er, well, when you put it that way...

NOTE: A Vertebrae is an individual part of the spine. Nasty image, eh? Mmmmm...

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I enjoyed your voice and it was one of the best so far =D but the thing is that you didn't say " ARGH" =/

Great Job!

Awesome voice acting! The writing was alright, could've been better, but this submission is one of the best I've heard in the contest!

Maybe do a re mixing of it with lower sound effects, and the laugh after he says Hook? is a little awkwardly spaced, nothin' a little editing can't fix! Keep up the great work!

best so far

awesome job dude!


Best pirate voice acting I've heard so far in this contest. You actually sound like a pirate (unlike most of the others). And even if I weren't comparing you to the rest, this still sounds excellent. Nice work.


I think the wood creaking noises were a little loud, but the voices were good :)

Dmman33 responds:

Yeah, I think I could have mixed this a bit better...

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4.25 / 5.00

Aug 25, 2009
4:27 PM EDT
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53 sec

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