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TOME Episode 06

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Feb 18, 2013 | 12:00 AM EST
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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!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

AWESOME! NEW EPISODE! and I feel this deserves a review

First off I want to comment on the opening narrative that you gave Nylocke in the opening scene, although it was cool, I just felt like it dragged on for hours (well most of his speeches did but that one was the worst)

Next, was Kirb and Nylockes undisclosed sides, I got to say, I was really surprised with this scene, I never thought a character such as Nylocke was capable of actually throwing away his persona or being "down on himself" for that matter. Kirbopher on the other hand, although I can understand if your trying to show everyone how not annoying / game focused he is, his depression seemed a bit... "off" so to speak since it makes him seem more like an insecure person who's trying to cover it up by being a game play focused jackass. Part of his depression also leads to a bit of a plot hole, he doesn't really have much of a reason for being concerned that Alpha hates him, shouldn't he be more worried about the fact that he got destroyed by the forbidden power? doesn't that hurt a ton when the character gets killed by it? It makes sense that he's worried about how Flamegirl thinks of him after their outbursts in the last episode. However aside from enraging a duel with a processed Alpha, Alpha doesn't seem to have much a real reason to hate him, I don't see why Kirb is so concerned about that part; and this episode nor the one before it bring much insight into why.

Although I disliked musicals, this has been the only time you've done it in the series so I won't pay much attention to it in this review.

again, I was also caught a bit off guard with that fight scene, I was expecting this episode to be entirely character development + Nylocke narrations. That freaking robotic screamer comes back... wait I thought Alpha obliterated that thing.. huh? it logged out? so that means its a player? The fact that it tried to kill Game Crazed, (and the fact that Game Crazed himself knew) just further adds to my theory about Game Crazed and his real identity,

While some might call your pencil sketches a cheap shot at cramming in some extra length, I feel that its part of a personal theme that you got going for Nylocke.

For the TDLR version, Nylocke's constant narrating got a bit annoying, but you managed to move the story along just as we were starting to wonder when anything would happen. Your surprise action scenes and revealing character development was this episodes greatest qualities in my opinion.

You've been doing a good job Kirbopher, keep at it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

*Sighs* if only this were a real game. i would play the shit out of it....

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I loved it. GameCrazed seems to be starting to open up as time goes on. Now he just needs to lose the depressing voice and he'll be like the original series' GC. It still just seems so backwards. If I remember the original correctly, GC started out happy-ish and then got all dark and depressed. Now he starts depressed and gets happier? Or is there going to be a turning point where everything comes crashing down and he becomes dark and depressed again?

And on Nylocke, I've been wondering his true personality was. I guess now I know, and I can't say I was fully expecting a tormented soul behind that honorable and cheerful exterior. I kinda like it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply fantastic. Gripping story, awesome to see some of Nyelock's inner thoughts as well.
I am super curious about what's going to happen to Kirb though (honestly my favorite of the main cast)
It would be kinda cool pairing him up with another gray-skinned individual from episode 5 I think, but that's just wishful thinking I guess. XD

Also looking forward to how Alpha deals with his little, erm, 'outburst' from the previous episode. If he goes solo for a bit or what. =)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amzing i love it nylock when he come out of character it really shows his real personaltiy amzing! Can't wait for part 7

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