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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 5 / 5 stars

Damn. These episodes just keep getting better and better.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

What a thrilling installment in the series so far, and I can't wait to see what you belt out for episode 7.

Concerning this episode, I find it top notch. From Nylocke's theme song to the troubles going through Kirb's head, to the introduction of Hamstar (Hyprelynx) and Thunder256 (Elescope) With each passing episode, I also feel that you're amalgamating seasons 1 and 2 of TTA.

This episode seemed like quite the eye-opener as well, since even Nylocke was at a loss on how to aid Kirbopher and ease the tension. It was a very nice touch to see everyone's favorite character and all-around do-gooder by just actions break down and realize the realities going on behind the virtual facade.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was a great entry into the series and I greatly enjoyed it. Keep it up. I'm interested to see how this goes, the characters and story have me very invested. I'm wondering what Kirb's going through, since he's starting to show his concern about how his friends think of him. And blah blah blah so many other things that make me want to see the next episode, please, continue with this!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

What I was suspecting from this episode was, a filler episode to get away from the drama in episode 5. I expected a fight at the beginning, and the end, lots of jokes from Nylocke, a themesong that would get me pumped, and also appearance. But what I got was much better than that, and it surprised me.

Instead this episode was spent on character growth. There were some jokes too, but all of the members of the main 5 that appear in this episode get a bit of attention. I was surprised you made Kirbopher worried about how his friends would react instead of making Kirbopher OVEREACT for being hurt by Alpha. Which really makes you care more for the character (I wanted to pop in the cartoon and cheer the guy up) I was surprised you had Nylocke open up, as well, and admit what he did about why he plays the game (not going to say cuz spoilers). And I like that you made Gamecrazed caring for his friends, and Nylocke's moral support this episode. But the character growth worked especially well for Nylocke himself. From reading other reviews humanizing Nylocke more, seems to have made him easier to understand for the parts of the audience that just found him annoying. That was a very SMART route to take with him. And I commend you for that. KUDOS!

Hyprelynx (formely Hamstar), and Elescope were performed really well, and they come off as really badass by the end of the episode. I don't think you could have picked any better actors since the two who played them are dealing with some of the same things in real life. The return of worked really well too to amp the drama up. And the shot of Nylocke and GC toward the end is just so badass! And the ending theme!, and...!! Erm really the only thing I was unimpressed by (at first) was the themesong (it grew on me later). But I think that was because I was expecting something really awesome from the video advertisement. It ended up being more like something the character would sing on the spot.

Oh and one more thing. It was really nice of you to give the people who donated active, animated and picture roles in the music video instead of just appearing as "character sprites" like the other cameos. I'm sure they were really excited to be drawn with him, and to see a scene of them fighting their hero. I was relieved that the they got something worth their money.

I hope to see Alpha and Kirb make up next episode. Because honestly I think Kirb and Alpha are probably thinking the exact same things. (that the other hates them) And Flamey seems to be afraid altogether too. I think it'd be cool if Alpha and Kirb teamed up, and Flamegirl teamed up with Demonking or something (because they're both fire), but I can see Kirb being left out of the group too for the sake of drama. Anyway good job this episode. Can't wait for episode 7.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

You know, I remember TTA very very well, I still watch it over and over. This brings back very vivid memories of it and where it originally came from. I'm glad this series is being made once again!