June 2, 2006 at 6:29 pm #195572
Really funny machinima series, based off of Neverwinter Nights. Go to:
http://www.neverendingnights.com/video.htm to download the videos.
Warning: on some of the videos, there is some mild language, and with some of the “extras”, it gets pretty heavy.
If you’ve got the time, check these out.
May 13, 2011 at 7:13 pm #412783
Grayson has been killed by the undead Dragon of Silverlake. The world’s greatest evil. Now Peter stands alone against the Dragon of Silverlake. What will be Peter’s final fate? There’s only one more episode after this one….April 8, 2011 at 8:13 pm #412678
Our adventurers travel deep into the caverns of the Dragon of Silverlake… and as they do – they must make choices… sacrifices… and some may make the final sacrifice… as the secret of the Dragon of Silverlake is unlocked… is it alive, as some of the rumors have said? Or is it dead? The episode that reveals the secret … and changes the series forever.February 24, 2011 at 10:17 pm #412553
Grayson the Fighter, Peter the Ranger, Amiee the Armorer, Ruth the Redeemed and Pawl the Dorf reach The Forge of Eternal Flame. Learning what Pawl has from Sammy the Smith, Pawl must forge The Blade of Destiny anew as the heroes prepare for the ultimate and final battle against the fabled Dragon of Silver Lake. Is the Dragon of Silver Lake dead, like all the rumors say? Or is the Dragon Of Silver Lake alive, and luring heroes to their death with promises of massive treasure (from a dragon that many think is dead)! These questions will soon be answered; and everything will be made very clear – very soon!May 9, 2008 at 5:49 am #388569
After many delays! We’re back! And almost at the end of Season Two! Two more episodes after this and we’re done! But you probably don’t care about that! All you care about is THIS episode.
So I will get to it.
Neverending Nights – Episode 40: Something’s Not Quite Right… (48.6 Megs in size, about 5 minutes and some loose change in length). This one introduces a few characters (only to appear in this episode! Whoo hoo, right?), plus shows Andrea and company closing in! It’s got the goblins and some chatter with them! And Grayson has a heart to heart talk with Peter! And for all of you wondering WHEN Grayson found out it was his sword talking to him – it’s mentioned here! (Now will Peter and Pawl believe him?) Anyway – please download – hopefully enjoy – and by all means tell others about it! Whether you blog, go to other forums, tell some friends at school – hell, even tell family members! Get the word out!
And comments, good, bad, and down the middle, as always, are appreciated and desired. And by all means, feel free to visit out site – come by – join the forum! You will find we’re a fine, fun, loose bunch! There’s no tyranny of moderators or anything! We’re all there to have a cool time and just chat about anything under the sun!June 10, 2006 at 5:16 am #198431
“Krick Films” wrote: Wow Tawmis, I only saw the first one but am definately downloading more. Very nice. I assume it’s a computer game. Anyway, nice work.
Our first episode is essentially a tribute to RedvsBlue, which had been the Machinima series that inspired Adam and I to try our hand at the madness! The series really begins with Episode 2, story wise.
But you will definitely (or you should, I would hope!) notice improvement…
Episode 1 – We were learning how to capture, control and make everything work. We used a cheap 9.99 mic to record all of the audio.
Episode 5 – We went from using the cheap 9.99 mic to running my karokee machine through my PC, because it offered a higher quality of sound. Also, we decide that this is something we want to continue – we had a rough idea for beyond Episode 5, but nothing solid. Once we decided we wanted to keep going, we buckled down and hammered out the rest of the script.
Episode 7 – We switched from a video capture card, to using a registered version of fraps. From here, you should see an increase in video quality.
Episosde 10 (or so) – We upgrade the mic to a pair of 200 dollar mics and get an analog/digital converter, to improve the audio yet again.
Episode 12 – We built what we call a “ghetto” booth to do the recording, and made it as sound proof as we could (once again, to improve audio quality).
Episode 15 – A new version of Fraps comes out, and the quality of video improves yet again.
From 16 to 21, everything stays steady – but Episode 17, for some reason marks my favorite episode of the entire season.
BTW – I must say I love that the emotes have been converted to appear as legos. Very nice touch!June 10, 2006 at 12:13 am #198376
KrickParticipantJune 10, 2006 at 12:05 am #198375
I am always amazed when I discover from someone that we’ve been mentioned on another forum! And I always like to register for the forum to field any questions, comments, complaints people might have! So first, thank you to Puddleglum for spreading the word! People like you are what keeps us going!
And for everyone else – as Puddleglum mentioned – we definitely get better as we go along. As we went along we invested more time and money into the project as we realized this was something we definitely wanted to continue! So more time, effort, and even money went into it – as we upgraded computers, video cards, registered programs like fraps and goldwave, and improved the mics to 200 dollar mics and even got a analog/digital converter!
My favorite episode to date is Episode 17. But I wouldn’t recommend skipping to it – definitely download the others at your leisure to get a grip on the characters and their quirks!
Thanks again Puddleglum!June 3, 2006 at 3:28 pm #195989June 3, 2006 at 3:23 pm #195987
ShaleParticipantJune 3, 2006 at 3:07 pm #195979
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