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REP-D Adventures - Series

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Ok, so, this gets a little complicated...
This is a series that I started with the help of my guild mates in Star Wars Galaxies, that satirizes the (mostly) true, exaggerated experience with certain events and other players that we met along the way - I started this series back in 2010, with filming choreographed and well edited (as best as I could at the time) video within Star Wars Galaxies, while the game was still live.
At some point after the "Live" game shut down in 2012, I went back and re-edited/Re-shot/Re-booted, the whole thing, which is what you see here with the first 2 episodes (faster edits and dropping some plot elements that went nowhere) - which, in my experience are the best examples of making Machinima with SWG.
Between the 2nd and 3rd episodes, I struggled with both real life and weather or not I continue making the videos in some other engine (you see a short clip of my work in Skyrim, at the beginning of episode 2).

Long story short; finally settled on Source FilmMaker for all future episodes due to the Source Engine's flexability. As of right now, with real life, this is just a "when it's done" sort of project. Still partially through animating the next one while making revisions to the scripts.

Enjoy it for what it is, dunno if anyone would appreciate the SWG episodes - but I think the SFM one might be at least watchable for most, here (though, admittedly a little darker in the lighting department, than I remember)

I created these, but they are on my guild's YouTube channel which I own and run, but never monetize. 
https://www.youtube.com/RepDstudios

Everyone is credited for their terrific voice work.

This is my Official YouTube channel: 
https://www.youtube.com/KliffEdge





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FYI - Watching Episodes 1&2 aren't vital to understand what's going on (There's a brief recap at the beginning of Episode 3).

While I consider Episodes 1&2 to be the best representation of Machinima within SWG's engine - They were somewhat "soft re-booted" from a new perspective in Episode 3, since SFM gave me more visual tools in which to tell the story. Some minor details were dropped/ignored, and aren't going to majorly affect the overall plot going forward, with the next, upcoming episodes (hopefully, completed this year...)
The Story is now properly on track starting with Episode 3 (the SFM one)

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8 minutes ago, Kliff Edge said:

FYI - Watching Episodes 1&2 aren't vital to understand what's going on (There's a brief recap at the beginning of Episode 3).

While I consider Episodes 1&2 to be the best representation of Machinima within SWG's engine - They were somewhat "soft re-booted" from a new perspective in Episode 3, since SFM gave me more visual tools in which to tell the story. Some minor details were dropped/ignored, and aren't going to majorly affect the overall plot going forward, with the next, upcoming episodes (hopefully, completed this year...)
The Story is now properly on track starting with Episode 3 (the SFM one)

Good to know!

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