The Noob Files 4 - Silver Continent: Jin Special





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Published on Jun 21, 2009

To commemorate the long-awaited arrival of Jin in America, The Noob Files episode 4 is a special episode, featuring the two Silver Continent dungeons - The Whispering Woods and Ruins of the Silver Knights - run by none other than Luceianovan, Smashmaster, and a new arrival, Creole80. Obviously, we're all Jin.

For the record, we actually ran Ruins of the Silver Knights first. For those of you who pay attention to detail, that's why I'm level 11 in Whispering Woods and 10 in Ruins. There's also a bit of lag involved, but it's not too bad.

Smash and I decided that, thanks to my handy-dandy (unregistered) HyperCam, we're going to record a good amount of dungeon runs that may or may not be catastrophic, but likely to be good for laughs (if nothing else). For lack of a better name, we've decided to call it "The Noob Files." The name might also come from my lack of the ability to avoid certain attacks (look on some other Noob Files for an example, such as "Soul Impact" or "Kanavan Strike") and tendency to get crushed by Jump attacks. However, we now have a new accomplice: the infamous Creole80, making a grand total of three faces you will be seeing A LOT.

About the audio...yeah, they're all from Sonic the Hedgehog games:
Open Your Heart from Sonic Adventure (DX: Director's Cut)
Knight of the Wind from Sonic and the Black Knight (whose idea was it to give Sonic a sword anyway?)
What I'm Made Of from Sonic Heroes
...but it struck me as bizarre that Crush 40 did all of them. Hence the audio disclaimer slide at the end.

This was a very strange thing for me, as this is the first time I used songs that have words in them. The reason? I tend to be consistent. Creole80 and Smashmaster requested Knight of the Wind, which was both a Sonic song and a song with words. Thus, I had to use other Sonic songs with words in them. By luck, they were also all done by the same band. (I was actually going to use 'We Can' from Sonic Heroes in the place of 'Open Your Heart,' but it was too short, and Crush 40 didn't sing it anyway.)

Coming Soon:
Lessons from Smashmaster: Partusay's Sea


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