History Machinima / Smashtasm

27th Mar '18 3:36:19 PM MarcoPolo250
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* ImagineSpot: The scenario that takes place in Dark Sheik/[=PrincessH=]'s head, right before she [[strike:betrays [=Super64=]]] has a HeelFaceTurn instead.

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* ImagineSpot: The scenario that takes place in Dark Sheik/[=PrincessH=]'s head, [[spoiler: right before she [[strike:betrays [=Super64=]]] betrays [=Super64=] has a HeelFaceTurn instead.instead]].



* PlotHole: [=1337f0x=] in particular holds the IdiotBall quite a bit. [[Spoiler: In the climactic battle of the ''Melee'' season, it would have been very clear to any spectators that Super64 wasn't dead yet because there was no ring-out explosion, yet [=1337f0x=] immediately believes that he and Super64 have lost. At one point in the second season, [=1337f0x=] is trapped in a glitchy custom stage; he tries to log out, but logs back in at the exact same trapped spot. The very same episode mentions that there are lots of different serves he could have logged into instead. For that matter, there is no reason he should have been captured in the first place if the game doesn't penalize him from logging out (or if it does, he could have turned his modem off).]]

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* PlotHole: [=1337f0x=] in particular holds the IdiotBall quite a bit. [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: In the climactic battle of the ''Melee'' season, it would have been very clear to any spectators that Super64 wasn't dead yet because there was no ring-out explosion, yet [=1337f0x=] immediately believes that he and Super64 have lost. At one point in the second season, [=1337f0x=] is trapped in a glitchy custom stage; he tries to log out, but logs back in at the exact same trapped spot. The very same episode mentions that there are lots of different serves he could have logged into instead. For that matter, there is no reason he should have been captured in the first place if the game doesn't penalize him from logging out (or if it does, he could have turned his modem off).]]
27th Mar '18 3:34:22 PM MarcoPolo250
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* Cliffhanger: Because of the OrphanedSeries example below, season 2 ended on this.

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* Cliffhanger: {{Cliffhanger}}: Because of the OrphanedSeries example below, season 2 ended on this.



* PlotHole: The game engine makes no sense whatsoever. In both seasons the game is explicitly stated to be using the ''Melee'' or ''Brawl'' engines, just with drop-in online matchmaking. Yet players routinely act as if A) the game is in first-person with no HUD, and B) that there is only one giant world-map rather than thousands of servers each running independent versions of each map. Mail is delivered by hand in-game, rather than through a chat or private message system, and there's no reason sensitive information has to be discussed in the game rather than over email or Skype chats.
** [=1337f0x=] in particular holds the IdiotBall quite a bit. In the climactic battle of the ''Melee'' season, it would have been very clear to any spectators that Super64 wasn't dead yet because there was no ring-out explosion, yet [=1337f0x=] immediately believes that he and Super64 have lost. At one point in the second season, [=1337f0x=] is trapped in a glitchy custom stage; he tries to log out, but logs back in at the exact same trapped spot. The very same episode mentions that there are lots of different serves he could have logged into instead. For that matter, there is no reason he should have been captured in the first place if the game doesn't penalize him from logging out (or if it does, he could have turned his modem off).
* PutOnABus: Several characters aren't returning for Season 2, as their voice actors have had problems contacting or their mics don't work, among other things.

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* PlotHole: The game engine makes no sense whatsoever. In both seasons the game is explicitly stated to be using the ''Melee'' or ''Brawl'' engines, just with drop-in online matchmaking. Yet players routinely act as if A) the game is in first-person with no HUD, and B) that there is only one giant world-map rather than thousands of servers each running independent versions of each map. Mail is delivered by hand in-game, rather than through a chat or private message system, and there's no reason sensitive information has to be discussed in the game rather than over email or Skype chats.
**
[=1337f0x=] in particular holds the IdiotBall quite a bit. [[Spoiler: In the climactic battle of the ''Melee'' season, it would have been very clear to any spectators that Super64 wasn't dead yet because there was no ring-out explosion, yet [=1337f0x=] immediately believes that he and Super64 have lost. At one point in the second season, [=1337f0x=] is trapped in a glitchy custom stage; he tries to log out, but logs back in at the exact same trapped spot. The very same episode mentions that there are lots of different serves he could have logged into instead. For that matter, there is no reason he should have been captured in the first place if the game doesn't penalize him from logging out (or if it does, he could have turned his modem off).
off).]]
* PutOnABus: Several characters aren't returning didn't return for Season 2, as their voice actors have had problems contacting or their mics don't work, among other things.
26th Mar '18 5:14:36 AM MarcoPolo250
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The series takes place in a universe where ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee'' (and in season two, ''Brawl'') is an online-playable {{MMORPG}}. [=Super64=], a newbie to the game, was invited to a "tournament server" by a player named [=Killa7=]. But upon arrival to the location, [=Super64=] was attacked from behind and sent to another stage. There, he befriends the user [=1337f0x=] who tells him he got conned--tournaments aren't even a thing, and griefers just use the concept to lure players in and cheap-shot them, increasing their online rank in the process. [=Super64=] decides he has to find [=Killa7=] and knock him down a few pegs...

The first season ran for 10 episodes, released between 2007 and 2008. The second season, filmed in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'', spanned 5 episodes released between 2008 and 2012 before it was seemingly abandoned.

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The series takes place in a universe where ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee'' (and in season two, ''Brawl'') ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'') is an online-playable {{MMORPG}}. [=Super64=], a newbie to the game, was invited to a "tournament server" by a player named [=Killa7=]. But upon arrival to the location, [=Super64=] was attacked from behind and sent to another stage. There, he befriends the user [=1337f0x=] who tells him he got conned--tournaments aren't even a thing, and griefers just use the concept to lure players in and cheap-shot them, increasing their online rank in the process. [=Super64=] decides he has to find [=Killa7=] and knock him down a few pegs...

The first season ran for 10 episodes, released between 2007 and 2008. The second season, filmed in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'', ''Brawl'', spanned 5 episodes released between 2008 and 2012 before it was seemingly abandoned.
abandoned. The entire series can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3B3996DD8968A63E here]].


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* Cliffhanger: Because of the OrphanedSeries example below, season 2 ended on this.
26th Mar '18 5:11:04 AM MarcoPolo250
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Smashtasm is a SmashBrosMachinima series by [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Shippiddge Shippiddge]].

The series takes place in a universe where ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee'' (and in season two, ''Brawl'') is an online-playable {{MMORPG}}. The first season involves the main character, [=Super64=] (playing the default Mario), a newbie to the game, being invited to a "tournament server" by a player named [=Killa7=] (playing the default Bowser) but upon arrival to the location being hit from behind and K.O.'d, flying so far he ends up on a completely different stage. There, after a scuffle, he befriends the user [=1337f0x=] (playing the default Fox) who tells him he got conned--tournaments aren't even a thing, and griefers just use the concept to lure players in and cheap-shot them, increasing their online rank in the process. [=Super64=] decides he has to find [=Killa7=] and knock him down a few pegs, interacting with a plethora of quirky players along the way, learning that [=1337f0x=] is a PlayfulHacker and getting wrapped up in a dispute with [=1337f0x's=] [[TheCracker former associate who suddenly got evil intentions...]]

The second season starts with the capturing of [=1337f0x=], with [=Super64=] (now a moderator) intending to save him. More information can be found at the [[Characters/{{Smashtasm}} character sheet]].

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Smashtasm ''Smashtasm'' is a SmashBrosMachinima series by [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Shippiddge Shippiddge]].

The series takes place in a universe where ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee'' (and in season two, ''Brawl'') is an online-playable {{MMORPG}}. The first season involves the main character, [=Super64=] (playing the default Mario), [=Super64=], a newbie to the game, being was invited to a "tournament server" by a player named [=Killa7=] (playing the default Bowser) but [=Killa7=]. But upon arrival to the location being hit location, [=Super64=] was attacked from behind and K.O.'d, flying so far he ends up on a completely different sent to another stage. There, after a scuffle, he befriends the user [=1337f0x=] (playing the default Fox) who tells him he got conned--tournaments aren't even a thing, and griefers just use the concept to lure players in and cheap-shot them, increasing their online rank in the process. [=Super64=] decides he has to find [=Killa7=] and knock him down a few pegs, interacting with a plethora of quirky players along the way, learning that [=1337f0x=] is a PlayfulHacker pegs...

The first season ran for 10 episodes, released between 2007
and getting wrapped up in a dispute with [=1337f0x's=] [[TheCracker former associate who suddenly got evil intentions...]]

2008. The second season starts with the capturing of [=1337f0x=], with [=Super64=] (now a moderator) intending to save him. season, filmed in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'', spanned 5 episodes released between 2008 and 2012 before it was seemingly abandoned.

More information can be found at the [[Characters/{{Smashtasm}} character sheet]].



* BatmanGambit: The only way to get rid of Greg at the end of Season 1.
* BigDamnHeroes: Random people in episode 10, season 1

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* BatmanGambit: [[spoiler: The only way to get rid of Greg at the end of Season 1.
1.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: Random people [[spoiler: ''The entire cast'' in episode 10, season 110]]



* IntercontinuityCrossover: With [=Guitarmasterx7=]'s ''Machinima/{{Brawlgasm}}'' and Dexterboy124's ''Machinima/WolfsRetardedMission'' and ''Machinima/PeachsSluttyAdventure''

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* IntercontinuityCrossover: With [=Guitarmasterx7=]'s ''Machinima/{{Brawlgasm}}'' and Dexterboy124's ''Machinima/WolfsRetardedMission'' and ''Machinima/PeachsSluttyAdventure''''Machinima/PeachsSluttyAdventure''. ''Beans'' is a crossover between the three.



* ScheduleSlip: It wasn't until a ''year later'' til we got Episode 4 and ''two years'' after that for Episode 5.
* SeriousBusiness: Moreso than the StopHavingFunGuys, when did saving the online world of Super Smash Bros. become life or death?

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* ScheduleSlip: Season two. It wasn't until a ''year later'' til we got Episode year after episode 3 that episode 4 was released, and episode 5 was released ''two years'' after that for Episode 5.
that.
* SeriousBusiness: Moreso than the StopHavingFunGuys, when StopHavingFunGuys. When did saving the online world of Super Smash Bros. become life or death?



* SpinOff: Grant and Gront have their own series now, aptly titled: ''Grant and Gront''.

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* SpinOff: Grant and Gront have their own Gront, introduced in the second season, got a short-lived one.
** Ditto Lamp and Pimpachu, which only lasted two episodes. Their spin-off was only ''Smashtasm''-related
series now, aptly titled: ''Grant and Gront''.to receive a definitive conclusion, [[GainaxEnding but even then...]]



* TalkingToHimself: Both Grant and Gront are voiced by Creator/EdwynTiong, which makes their duet in episode 4 all the more impressive.

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* TalkingToHimself: Both Grant and Gront are voiced by Creator/EdwynTiong, which makes their duet in episode 4 of season 2 all the more impressive.
10th Oct '17 7:20:32 PM MarcoPolo250
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Smashtasm is a SmashBrosMachinima series by Shippidge.

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Smashtasm is a SmashBrosMachinima series by Shippidge.
[[https://www.youtube.com/user/Shippiddge Shippiddge]].
11th Sep '17 8:22:09 AM Tailikku
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The series takes place in a universe where ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee'' (and in season two, ''Brawl'') is an online-playable {{MMORPG}}. The first season involves the main character, Super64 (playing the default Mario), a newbie to the game, being invited to a "tournament server" by a player named Killa7 (playing the default Bowser) but upon arrival to the location being hit from behind and K.O.'d, flying so far he ends up on a completely different stage. There, after a scuffle, he befriends the user 1337f0x (playing the default Fox) who tells him he got conned--tournaments aren't even a thing, and griefers just use the concept to lure players in and cheap-shot them, increasing their online rank in the process. Super64 decides he has to find Killa7 and knock him down a few pegs, interacting with a plethora of quirky players along the way, learning that 1337f0x is a PlayfulHacker and getting wrapped up in a dispute with 1337f0x's [[TheCracker former associate who suddenly got evil intentions...]]

The second season starts with the capturing of 1337f0x, with Super64 (now a moderator) intending to save him. More information can be found at the [[Characters/{{Smashtasm}} character sheet]].

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The series takes place in a universe where ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee'' (and in season two, ''Brawl'') is an online-playable {{MMORPG}}. The first season involves the main character, Super64 [=Super64=] (playing the default Mario), a newbie to the game, being invited to a "tournament server" by a player named Killa7 [=Killa7=] (playing the default Bowser) but upon arrival to the location being hit from behind and K.O.'d, flying so far he ends up on a completely different stage. There, after a scuffle, he befriends the user 1337f0x [=1337f0x=] (playing the default Fox) who tells him he got conned--tournaments aren't even a thing, and griefers just use the concept to lure players in and cheap-shot them, increasing their online rank in the process. Super64 [=Super64=] decides he has to find Killa7 [=Killa7=] and knock him down a few pegs, interacting with a plethora of quirky players along the way, learning that 1337f0x [=1337f0x=] is a PlayfulHacker and getting wrapped up in a dispute with 1337f0x's [=1337f0x's=] [[TheCracker former associate who suddenly got evil intentions...]]

The second season starts with the capturing of 1337f0x, [=1337f0x=], with Super64 [=Super64=] (now a moderator) intending to save him. More information can be found at the [[Characters/{{Smashtasm}} character sheet]].



* BilingualBonus: Greg and l33tfox's full-l33t conversation. Spell out what they're actually saying as opposed to what the subtitles tell you. A few Website/YouTube commenters already have.

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* BilingualBonus: Greg and l33tfox's [=l33tfox's=] full-l33t conversation. Spell out what they're actually saying as opposed to what the subtitles tell you. A few Website/YouTube commenters already have.



** Greg had some aspects of 1337Fox (Leet speak being among them) in Season 1 in his first two appearances, but to perhaps distinguish the two more, later appearances go for a more [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] sense of humor.

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** Greg had some aspects of 1337Fox [=1337f0x=] (Leet speak being among them) in Season 1 in his first two appearances, but to perhaps distinguish the two more, later appearances go for a more [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] sense of humor.



* DiscOneFinalBoss: Killa7 is pretty much a jerk, but isn't really anybody important.

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: Killa7 [=Killa7=] is pretty much a jerk, but isn't really anybody important.



* ImagineSpot: The scenario that takes place in Dark Sheik/[=PrincessH=]'s head, right before she [[strike:betrays Super64]] has a HeelFaceTurn instead.
* IntercontinuityCrossover: With Guitarmasterx7's ''Machinima/{{Brawlgasm}}'' and Dexterboy124's ''Machinima/WolfsRetardedMission'' and ''Machinima/PeachsSluttyAdventure''

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* ImagineSpot: The scenario that takes place in Dark Sheik/[=PrincessH=]'s head, right before she [[strike:betrays Super64]] [=Super64=]]] has a HeelFaceTurn instead.
* IntercontinuityCrossover: With Guitarmasterx7's [=Guitarmasterx7=]'s ''Machinima/{{Brawlgasm}}'' and Dexterboy124's ''Machinima/WolfsRetardedMission'' and ''Machinima/PeachsSluttyAdventure''



* LeetLingo: 1337f0x. At one point, he and Greg have ''an entire conversation spoken in (mock-)l33t'', complete with subtitles.

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* LeetLingo: 1337f0x.[=1337f0x=]. At one point, he and Greg have ''an entire conversation spoken in (mock-)l33t'', complete with subtitles.



* OnlySaneMan: Super64 as the cast grows stranger and stranger.

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* OnlySaneMan: Super64 [=Super64=] as the cast grows stranger and stranger.



** 1337f0x in particular holds the IdiotBall quite a bit. In the climactic battle of the ''Melee'' season, it would have been very clear to any spectators that Super64 wasn't dead yet because there was no ring-out explosion, yet 1337f0x immediately believes that he and Super64 have lost. At one point in the second season, 1337f0x is trapped in a glitchy custom stage; he tries to log out, but logs back in at the exact same trapped spot. The very same episode mentions that there are lots of different serves he could have logged into instead. For that matter, there is no reason he should have been captured in the first place if the game doesn't penalize him from logging out (or if it does, he could have turned his modem off).

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** 1337f0x [=1337f0x=] in particular holds the IdiotBall quite a bit. In the climactic battle of the ''Melee'' season, it would have been very clear to any spectators that Super64 wasn't dead yet because there was no ring-out explosion, yet 1337f0x [=1337f0x=] immediately believes that he and Super64 have lost. At one point in the second season, 1337f0x [=1337f0x=] is trapped in a glitchy custom stage; he tries to log out, but logs back in at the exact same trapped spot. The very same episode mentions that there are lots of different serves he could have logged into instead. For that matter, there is no reason he should have been captured in the first place if the game doesn't penalize him from logging out (or if it does, he could have turned his modem off).



* RunningGag: Every time that Super64 has a flashback, it tends to be inaccurate. [[LampshadeHanging The characters tend to notice this, even when they're inside Super64's flashbacks.]]

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* RunningGag: Every time that Super64 [=Super64=] has a flashback, it tends to be inaccurate. [[LampshadeHanging The characters tend to notice this, even when they're inside Super64's [=Super64's=] flashbacks.]]



* VisualPun: When Princess H asks "[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Can love bloom on the battlefield?]]", Super64 [[LiteralMinded decides to test that theory]] by [[spoiler: going to Battlefield, saying "Nope"]].

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* VisualPun: When Princess H asks "[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Can love bloom on the battlefield?]]", Super64 [=Super64=] [[LiteralMinded decides to test that theory]] by [[spoiler: going to Battlefield, saying "Nope"]].
13th Jun '17 8:28:31 PM nombretomado
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* YoutubePoop: Lamp's mind seems to consist of nothing but these.
** Also Alan, who's based on someone from a Volvic commercial named Tyrannosaurus Alan, the character itself being used by many Website/YouTube Poops.
6th Sep '15 9:18:23 AM Awesomekid42
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* OrphanedSeries: Season 2 hasn't had a new episode since 2012, and with Shippiddge stating he's lost motivation, chances of it are pretty damn low.

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* OrphanedSeries: Season 2 hasn't had a new episode since 2012, and with Shippiddge stating he's lost motivation, chances of it continuing are pretty damn low.
6th Sep '15 9:18:06 AM Awesomekid42
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* OrphanedSeries: Season 2 hasn't had a new episode since 2012, and with Shippiddge stating he's lost motivation, chances of it are pretty damn low.
18th Sep '14 8:21:56 AM N8han11
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