History Machinima / RedVsBlue

23rd Apr '16 7:17:05 AM SuperSonicHeroes
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* ArtifactTitle: The Reds and Blues don't really fight each other after Season 5 excluding [[spoiler:inside the Epsilon unit]] in Season 9 and at Crash Site Alpha in Season 11.

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* ArtifactTitle: The Reds and Blues don't really fight each other after Season 5 excluding [[spoiler:inside the Epsilon unit]] in Season 9 and at Crash Site Alpha Bravo in Season 11.
18th Apr '16 11:58:12 AM SuperSonicHeroes
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** It is hinted at the end of season 10, despite being a different map, that the Reds and Blues were back home at Blood Gulch. Then in Season 11 they are in the same place but it is revealed that they crash-landed somewhere on their way back to Blood Gulch.
11th Apr '16 11:14:01 AM IndyRevolution
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''Red vs. Blue'' is a {{Machinima}}/CGI-animated military WorkCom set against the background of the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' game series. Its creators, Creator/RoosterTeeth Productions, helped spark the whole {{Machinima}} explosion and went on to establish themselves as {{Big Name Fan}}s in the ''Halo'' community to the point of doing actual work for Creator/{{Bungie}} Studios, as well as making their videos available for purchase on Xbox Live. [[LongRunner Having started in 2003 and still being an ongoing work, this series is not only the longest-running episodic web series of all time, but the longest-running American sci-fi series of all time.]] Credit must also be given to its legacy: the series basically kickstarted video game Machinimas as a whole and was heavily influential in the development of both serialized internet fiction and internet comedy series as a whole.

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''Red vs. Blue'' is a {{Machinima}}/CGI-animated military WorkCom set against the background of the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' game series. Its creators, Creator/RoosterTeeth Productions, helped spark the whole {{Machinima}} explosion and went on to establish themselves as {{Big Name Fan}}s in the ''Halo'' community to the point of doing actual work for Creator/{{Bungie}} Studios, as well as making their videos available for purchase on Xbox Live. [[LongRunner Having started in 2003 and still being an ongoing work, this series is not only the longest-running episodic web series of all time, but the longest-running American sci-fi series of all time.]] Credit must also be given to its legacy: the series basically kickstarted the video game Machinimas as a whole Machinima industry and was heavily influential in the development of both serialized internet fiction and internet comedy series as a whole.
11th Apr '16 11:13:23 AM IndyRevolution
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''Red vs. Blue'' is a {{Machinima}}/CGI-animated military WorkCom set against the background of the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' game series. Its creators, Creator/RoosterTeeth Productions, helped spark the whole {{Machinima}} explosion and went on to establish themselves as {{Big Name Fan}}s in the ''Halo'' community to the point of doing actual work for Creator/{{Bungie}} Studios, as well as making their videos available for purchase on Xbox Live. [[LongRunner Having started in 2003 and still being an ongoing work, this series is not only the longest-running episodic web series of all time, but the longest-running American sci-fi series of all time.]]

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''Red vs. Blue'' is a {{Machinima}}/CGI-animated military WorkCom set against the background of the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' game series. Its creators, Creator/RoosterTeeth Productions, helped spark the whole {{Machinima}} explosion and went on to establish themselves as {{Big Name Fan}}s in the ''Halo'' community to the point of doing actual work for Creator/{{Bungie}} Studios, as well as making their videos available for purchase on Xbox Live. [[LongRunner Having started in 2003 and still being an ongoing work, this series is not only the longest-running episodic web series of all time, but the longest-running American sci-fi series of all time.]]
]] Credit must also be given to its legacy: the series basically kickstarted video game Machinimas as a whole and was heavily influential in the development of both serialized internet fiction and internet comedy series as a whole.
3rd Apr '16 5:56:37 AM JunkJetter
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All thirteen seasons can be viewed at [[http://roosterteeth.com/archive/?sid=rvb&v=more the Rooster Teeth website]], or on the [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCII0hP2Ycmhh5j8lS4cexBQ official Red vs. Blue YouTube channel]]. Seasons 1-13 are also available on Netflix and DVD, and Seasons 1, 2, 9 and 10 on Amazon Prime. The series made a televised debut on the El Rey Network late 2015.

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All thirteen seasons can be viewed at [[http://roosterteeth.com/archive/?sid=rvb&v=more the Rooster Teeth website]], or on the [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCII0hP2Ycmhh5j8lS4cexBQ official Red vs. Blue YouTube channel]]. Seasons 1-13 are also available on Netflix and DVD, DVD (Netflix UK does not have Seasons 1-5), and Seasons 1, 2, 9 and 10 on Amazon Prime. The series made a televised debut on the El Rey Network late 2015.
31st Mar '16 4:06:00 PM stuffedninja
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Beginning as a simple comedy series, Red vs Blue follows two opposing military installations locked in eternal war in a box canyon - the Reds and the Blues. When the Blue team hire a freelance agent to give them an advantage, things get a bit more complicated. As the [[RunningGag running jokes]] and [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters many characters]] begin to [[ContinuityLockOut pile up]], so starts a story that [[MoodWhiplash quickly develops]] a surprising amount of [[CerberusSyndrome emotional depth]], while never forgetting its comedic roots.

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Beginning as a simple comedy series, Red vs Blue follows two opposing military installations locked in eternal war in a box canyon - the Reds and the Blues. When the Blue team hire a freelance agent to give them an advantage, things get a bit more complicated. As the [[RunningGag running jokes]] and [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters many characters]] begin to [[ContinuityLockOut pile up]], so starts a story that [[MoodWhiplash quickly develops]] a surprising amount of [[CerberusSyndrome [[CerebusSyndrome emotional depth]], while never forgetting its comedic roots.
22nd Mar '16 3:44:46 PM chamo
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* StopHelpingMe: Sarge to Simmons in Part 3 about saying what robots love.
12th Feb '16 9:43:17 AM alphazoid
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Notably averted - the fate of almost every major or minor character who appears in the show is addressed in some way eventually, be it by them [[NotQuiteDead coming back]], getting killed off, or even making a minor cameo in a later episode. Even if a character is PutOnABus, they're likely to show up again later. Season 12 and 13 have been especially notable in that they resolved many remaining plot points and [[AbortedArc abandoned storylines]] from prior seasons. Some examples include Butch Flowers getting revived at the end of Season 5 and [[spoiler:later getting revealed to be a Freelancer in Season 10]], Andy the bomb getting auto-called by Siri in Season 11, [[spoiler:the Chairman being revealed as "Control" in Season 12, Sharkface, the Counselor, Sister and Junior reappearing in Season 13]]. At this point, the only character this trope ''does'' apply to is Pilot 479.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Notably averted - the fate of almost every major or minor character who appears in the show is addressed in some way eventually, be it by them [[NotQuiteDead coming back]], getting killed off, or even making a minor cameo in a later episode. Even if a character is PutOnABus, they're likely to show up again later. Season 12 and 13 have been especially notable in that they resolved many remaining plot points and [[AbortedArc abandoned storylines]] from prior seasons. Some examples include Butch Flowers getting revived at the end of Season 5 and [[spoiler:later getting revealed to be a Freelancer in Season 10]], Andy the bomb getting auto-called by Siri in Season 11, [[spoiler:the Chairman being revealed as "Control" in Season 12, Sharkface, the Counselor, Sister and Junior reappearing in Season 13]]. At this point, the only character characters this trope ''does'' apply to is are Pilot 479.479 and Vic.
4th Feb '16 5:00:46 PM Twiddler
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* The first story arc, '''[[Machinima/RedVsBlueTheBloodGulchChronicles The Blood Gulch Chronicles]]''', ran for five seasons with a total of 100 episodes (plus a short miniseries series named "Out of Mind"). The first two seasons, and half of the third, are filmed in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}'', while the remaining seasons are filmed in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}''.

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* The first story arc, '''[[Machinima/RedVsBlueTheBloodGulchChronicles The Blood Gulch Chronicles]]''', ran for five seasons with a total of 100 episodes (plus a short miniseries series named "Out of Mind"). The first two seasons, and half of the third, are filmed in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}'', while the remaining seasons are filmed in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}''.
20th Jan '16 2:35:20 PM randomtroper89
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* ArtefactTitle: The Reds and Blues don't really fight each other after Season 5 excluding [[spoiler:inside the Epsilon unit]] in Season 9 and at Crash Site Alpha in Season 11.

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* ArtefactTitle: ArtifactTitle: The Reds and Blues don't really fight each other after Season 5 excluding [[spoiler:inside the Epsilon unit]] in Season 9 and at Crash Site Alpha in Season 11.
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