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Jaina In The Morning

Submitted by Coaster_Man
This bundle is marked as substandard. It may contain bugs, not perform optimally or otherwise be in violation of the submission rules.
The first episode of Jaina in the Morning - a talk show. Guests are Malvindearoth, hunter of night, and his girlfriend Kim. The map is basically a short cinematic, if I tell you more it reveals the surprise ending! Enjoy ;)

Keywords:
cinematic, pitlord, jaina, in, the, morning, talk show
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Jaina In The Morning (Map)

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16:24, 27th Dec 2010 ap0calypse: Rejected
  1. 16:24, 27th Dec 2010
    ap0calypse: Rejected
     
  2. light bolt30

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    I'm guessing this cinematic isn't very well made with the use of camera angles, music, dialogue, storyline, terrain, etc.
     
  3. TheWarchief

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    How can you just say that without even looking at it? You know thats pretty rude said.
     
  4. light bolt30

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    Firstly, the description usually says a lot, from this description it tells me that the cinematic is going to be very bad in some area's and also it won't be interesting to watch. Judging from the preview the terrain will also too be the same.
     
  5. TheWarchief

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    You still cannot say anything about how the cinematic is without seeing it first. And the terrain probably looks small because its probably some kind of show studio. Its not supposed to be big. Besides you cant judge a terrain from the terrain picture in warcraft 3. Those pictures never tells you how the terrain really looks as there are lot of doodads, destructibles and props that are not visible on the picture.
    About the description. There are plenty of maps on the hive who dosen't even have a description but still it can be a good map for those who does not see on the outside but tries it in the inside.
     
  6. Eldubs

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    Sorry but i could agree with light bolt. He is a advanced reviewer, and if you take a look, allmost every atleast moderately new map has his post in the 10 first, usually in the first 3. But as you tell us in your posts it is good. While people are watching you should improve your description.
     
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    Nice use of Magtheridon's "pissed" dialogue script. Still, the overall cinematic quality should've been better.
     
  8. Pourquoi

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    The description looks full to me...
     
  10. Kl3sk

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    - AHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!

    *cough* ...anyway, I hope the description will get fixed, since I'm not very tempted in downloading this cinematic at its current state.
     
  11. kidsoulex

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    Kinda short
     
  12. TKF

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    This is fail:

    2/5

    You could have made it more eyecandy, made more moving angles with the camera, boring end. Just dull. :thumbs_down:

    AND MAP FILE TO LONG U CAN'T OPEN THE MAP
     
  13. Adiktuz

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    I agree with all that they said...

    @TheWarchief - is the uploader your friend?

    anyway, watched it and I say that its pretty bad, I suggest you watch some good cinematics first (I personally like TheTournament pack and the Bloodline series, but since this is a talkshow I guess TheTournament can suit you better coz it has a talking host... ^_^)
     
  14. ap0calypse

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    Uhh, I watched the cinematic and I can say that it's very, very weak.

    Not only did you just try to copy one of the pissed sounds of the pitlord, you also failed at that.

    Let's compare:

    Your quotes:
    1) "He's a joke! Throw him out!"
    2) "Now why don't you tell us why you're really here."
    3) "I thought you said you worker for the post office?"
    4) "Well, Kimcake, I love you, but, there's something I have something to tell you..."

    Actual quotes:
    1) "He's a bum! Throw him out!"
    2) "Mal, why don't you tell us why you're really here?"
    3) "I thought you said you work for the post office?"
    4) "Well, Kim-cake, I love you but I have something to tell you…"


    You also missed the quote "Oh boy, he pulled the wool over your eyes!" (before "Actually... more of a Pitlord"
     
  15. -Kobas-

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    Very short and somehow poor cinematic :sad:

    1/5 Vote for Rejection

    EDIT:

    Damn ap0, you posted few sec before me! :xxd:
     
  16. TheWarchief

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    No im not his friend neither do i know him.
    I just think its wrong to judge a map on the terrain picture and a poor description without playing it first. That is a preconception - which i think is wrong too.
     
  17. ap0calypse

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    You do have a point here.
    I agree that you can (usually) not judge the terrain of a cinematic just by looking at the preview screen.
    However, this IS possible for other genres (TD's, RPG's etc) and for some cinematics as well (but definitely not all of them).

    The description, however, is a requirement (yes: many people abuse that rule to whine, but I'd rather have that than a lot of maps with a bad description).
    The description CAN tell you a lot of about cinematics (the style in which it was written, whether a lot of hard work was put into creating it, ...).


    Well, doesn't matter.
    I agree more with you than with light bolt30 in this case, but you don't need to shout that something is 'impossible' too fast.
    Concerning maps, the image I (and others on the hive) have before actually opening/playing the map is very often correct.