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Author Topic: The Legend of Zelda:The Light of Courage  (Read 2034 times)

adamsappel

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The Legend of Zelda:The Light of Courage
« on: October 10, 2005, 07:59:32 PM »

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Re: The Legend of Zelda:The Light of Courage
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2005, 08:10:00 PM »

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That is all.
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Re: The Legend of Zelda:The Light of Courage
« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2005, 05:52:21 PM »

That was the weirdiest, just............the weirdest thing I've seen in a while.
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Re: The Legend of Zelda:The Light of Courage
« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2005, 05:58:26 PM »

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Well well well! Looks like our animations have reached more audiences than the one on IGN! And DOWNLOAD OF THE MONTH on Gametrash no less! (http://gametrash.com/download.php)

Greetings, everyone. About a month or two late, yes, but I just found this site. I am one of the co-creators of the aforementioned Zelda animations (actually I composed the music, somebody else handled the actual Maya-created animation).

I'm actually quite disappointed that some of you didn't jump to the right conclusion. First of all, the URLs in the first post of this thread link directly to my school's webspace (note the .edu domain? Yeah; big tipoff).

Apparently slapping the DIC logo on a video in Premiere convinces the whole Zelda community that DIC is actually the one responsible for this. Let's think this through, folks! Here's the story.

About two years ago, a user on IGN named Joe Cracker started posting that he had a Zelda script. He was an idiot, and thought he was getting it made into a movie. I (Cellius_18 on the IGN Zelda board; yes I do exist there and post occasionally still, if you doubt), Sexualburgerking and another user Orquiox conspired to mislead this guy into ACTUALLY THINKING DIC had taken on the project. We researched the original Zelda cartoon and found the producer's name, John Grusd. We created a fake Grusd email (johngrusd@yahoo.com) and misled Joe Cracker for the better part of a year. It was quite fun. During this time we produced TWO ANIMATIONS to convince him that DIC was actually making progress.

The abysmal quality of the animations (yes you fools, we are capable of far better) was supposed to be a not-so-subtle hint to Cracker that he was being duped. He didn't pick up on it. The dialogue is taken directly from his horrid "script," and we did everything we could in the animations to show how much of a joke it was. LOOKS LIKE HE'S NOT THE ONLY PERSON WE FOOLED.

Don't believe me? Go ahead, email the address that you see on Eian's back in the second animation (johngrusd@yahoo.com). Guaranteed one of us (Cellius, Sexualburgerking, or Orquiox) will reply. Or I suppose I could replace the links at the top of the page with bestiality porn, since it IS MY WEBSPACE YOU'VE HOTLINKED TO after all.

Of course, it is quite flattering to see that our project has migrated everywhere. I just can't believe so many people took it so seriously!
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