History Series / Noob

9th Nov '17 7:07:31 AM RedScharlach
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** [[spoiler:The short-term consequences of Season 3's revelation for Fantöm]] are treated that way. Humorus dialogue is notably based on [[spoiler:the fact he had to move back in with his parents and his lack of reaction (due to a bout of depression) when the Noob guild visits him and tries to give him a pep talk]]. The audience however gets reminded of how bad the situation is at the same time ; [[spoiler:the scene that has Ystos and Omega Zell cry over Fantöm's absence]] is made even more funny by Gaea's remark, but also shows how much of a toll the situation took on the Empire's morale.

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** [[spoiler:The short-term consequences of Season 3's revelation for Fantöm]] are treated that way. Humorus Humorous dialogue is notably based on [[spoiler:the fact he had to move back in with his parents and his lack of reaction (due to a bout of depression) when the Noob guild visits him and tries to give him a pep talk]]. The audience however gets reminded of how bad the situation is at the same time ; time; [[spoiler:the scene that has Ystos and Omega Zell cry over Fantöm's absence]] is made even more funny by Gaea's remark, but also shows how much of a toll the situation took on the Empire's morale.



** During Omega Zell's brief time in charge of the guild in Season 4, Gaea and Ivy started suspecting that he wanted to kick everyone else out [[spoiler:(though it turned out he couldn't)]]. Sparadrap was sure his position was safe because Omega Zell had given him an important job : finding talented a male healer and recruiting him.

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** During Omega Zell's brief time in charge of the guild in Season 4, Gaea and Ivy started suspecting that he wanted to kick everyone else out [[spoiler:(though it turned out he couldn't)]]. Sparadrap was sure his position was safe because Omega Zell had given him an important job : job: finding talented a male healer and recruiting him.



* DoublePlay: Fabien Fournier seems to ''love'' the idea. It seems to be quite easy to do on ''Horizon'', with the only constraint being having two computers if you want to play with both of your characters at the same time. The different cases in order of appearance are :
** Omega Zell once thought that he would get help from high level players more easily with a female avatar. His trouble imitating a female voice correctly is hinted to be the reason it failed. The avatar is still the first to show up when he opens his account in Season 2 and got transferred to his sister who got interested in the game by the end of Season 3.

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* DoublePlay: Fabien Fournier seems to ''love'' the idea. It seems to be quite easy to do on ''Horizon'', with the only constraint being having two computers if you want to play with both of your characters at the same time. The different cases in order of appearance are :
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** Omega Zell once thought that he would get help from high level players more easily with a female avatar. His trouble imitating a female voice is correctly is hinted to be the reason it failed. The avatar is still the first to show up when he opens his account in Season 2 and got transferred to his sister who got interested in the game by the end of Season 3.



** For a short while, [[spoiler: Ystos]] controlled both Sparadrap and his own character at the same time.
** Gaea also has a an archer character since Season 3. [[spoiler:It becomes her main Empire character after her summoner ends up in the Coalition.]]

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** For a short while, [[spoiler: Ystos]] [[spoiler:Ystos]] controlled both Sparadrap and his own character at the same time.
** Gaea has also has a had an archer character since Season 3. [[spoiler:It becomes her main Empire character after her summoner ends up in the Coalition.]]



** [[spoiler: Nazetrîme has both a berserker in the Empire and a cartomancer in the Order.]]

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** [[spoiler: Nazetrîme [[spoiler:Nazetrîme has both a berserker in the Empire and a cartomancer in the Order.]]



* EscortMission: The Noob guild joins Golgotha on one in Season 2. The personnality of the charges is inverted compared to the standard, having them be [[InsufferableGenius so smart they get arrogant about it]] and criticize their guard's slow progression. Golgotha's solution to that was cutting off her earphones and not reading the discussion board, as she had gotten so pissed off that she killed the charges herself several times.

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* EscortMission: The Noob guild joins Golgotha on one in Season 2. The personnality personality of the charges is inverted compared to the standard, having them be [[InsufferableGenius so smart they get arrogant about it]] and criticize their guard's slow progression. Golgotha's solution to that was cutting off her earphones and not reading the discussion board, as she had gotten so pissed off that she killed the charges herself several times.



** Sparadrap's attempts to recruit anything that stands on two legs had him consider recruiting [[spoiler:Fantöm]] into the guild a full season before the plot twist that made the idea no longer completely silly happend.

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** Sparadrap's attempts to recruit anything that stands on two legs had him consider recruiting [[spoiler:Fantöm]] into the guild a full season before the plot twist that made the idea no longer completely silly happend.happened.



** Omega Zell's NiceJobBreakingItHero moment in Season 2 finale temporarily created a situation that happend again and became permanent during the Season 3 WhamEpisode.

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** Omega Zell's NiceJobBreakingItHero moment in Season 2 finale temporarily created a situation that happend happened again and became permanent during the Season 3 WhamEpisode.



* FreakyFridayFlip: The Mortegarde dungeon can cause avatar switching between two players. Given the context, it would have made sense for [[VoicesAreMental the voices to change]], but it dind't happen.
* FullyClothedNudity: Omega Zell's was "naked" in his first case of InvoluntaryDance. When it was acutally shown happening, he was wearing a tank top and boxers.

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* FreakyFridayFlip: The Mortegarde dungeon can cause avatar switching between two players. Given the context, it would have made sense for [[VoicesAreMental the voices to change]], but it dind't didn't happen.
* FullyClothedNudity: Omega Zell's was "naked" in his first case of InvoluntaryDance. When it was acutally actually shown happening, he was wearing a tank top and boxers.



** Downplayed later in the same episode. [[spoiler:Dark Avenger confronts Sparadrap about his non-existent ObfuscatingStupidity and literally asks him "Do you understand the problem I have with you ?". Sparadrap first answers "No", then the light bulb seems to go on as he claims to have understood what Dark Avenger is telling him. Bad news, he only went as far as figuring out that Dark Avenger wants a duel with him. Good news, this is good enough for Dark Avenger in his completly wrong understanding of Sparadrap]].

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** Downplayed later in the same episode. [[spoiler:Dark Avenger confronts Sparadrap about his non-existent ObfuscatingStupidity and literally asks him "Do you understand the problem I have with you ?".you?". Sparadrap first answers "No", then the light bulb seems to go on as he claims to have understood what Dark Avenger is telling him. Bad news, he only went as far as figuring out that Dark Avenger wants a duel with him. Good news, this is good enough for Dark Avenger in his completly wrong understanding of Sparadrap]].



* InconvenientSummons: A couple cases in Season 4 finale :

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* InconvenientSummons: A couple of cases in Season 4 finale :finale:



* IWantSong: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H09mtngsR1o ''Roxor'']] is the theme tune for Omega Zell, sung by the band Mokotz who also sang the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kqTLFxaLZE opening]] . That group's main singer is [[DoItYourselfThemeTune Master Zen's actor]].

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* IWantSong: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H09mtngsR1o ''Roxor'']] is the theme tune for Omega Zell, sung by the band Mokotz who also sang the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kqTLFxaLZE opening]] .opening]]. That group's main singer is [[DoItYourselfThemeTune Master Zen's actor]].



* JustJokingJustification: Omega Zell questions Sparadrap's intelligence out loud on a regular basis. Sparadrap's brother is one of the people Omega Zell is trying to suck up to. It's almost suprising it only happened once onscreen.

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* JustJokingJustification: Omega Zell questions Sparadrap's intelligence out loud on a regular basis. Sparadrap's brother is one of the people Omega Zell is trying to suck up to. It's almost suprising surprising it only happened once onscreen.



** Listening to or reading recent interviews with the crew may make you find out about a certain Justice guild member that will end up joining the Noob guild after an account resetting and of a well-known character leaving ''Horizon'' in Season 4 a little too early. With Season 4 finished, [[spoiler:Gaea's Face Heel Turn]] and [[spoiler:the Noob guild's disbanding]] are spoken of freely also.

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** Listening to or reading recent interviews with the crew may make you find out about a certain Justice guild member that will end up joining the Noob guild after an account resetting and of about a well-known character leaving ''Horizon'' in Season 4 a little too early. With Season 4 finished, [[spoiler:Gaea's Face Heel Turn]] and [[spoiler:the Noob guild's disbanding]] are also spoken of freely also.freely.



* MoodWhiplash: Season 3 finale has several ones in a row : [[spoiler: The tearjerking death of Sparadrap's pets is followed by Gaea calling team Amaras monsters and swearing to make them pay what they did... because she was planning to steal them and sell them off at the auction house for what would have been quite a fortune. Omega Zell is barely done expressing his bewilderment to her reaction when Sparadrap starts going berserk because of what just happened. Just as team Amaras strikes back, team Fantöm has a The Cavalry moment. The next scene happens in the Lepape household where Ystos is borrowing a microphone from a still shaken Sparadrap whom he needs to reassure, leading to another tear jerker, followed by a more optimist scene]].

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* MoodWhiplash: Season 3 finale has several ones in a row : [[spoiler: The row: [[spoiler:The tearjerking death of Sparadrap's pets is followed by Gaea calling team Amaras monsters and swearing to make them pay what they did... because she was planning to steal them and sell them off at the auction house for what would have been quite a fortune. Omega Zell is barely done expressing his bewilderment to her reaction when Sparadrap starts going berserk because of what just happened. Just as team Amaras strikes back, team Fantöm has a The Cavalry moment. The next scene happens in the Lepape household where Ystos is borrowing a microphone from a still shaken Sparadrap whom he needs to reassure, leading to another tear jerker, followed by a more optimist scene]].



* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: Sparadrap's is "Flan", the French word for his favorite dessert ; the very episode revealing it has him ''ask his brother to remind him what it is'' That's the guy who was complaining about his brother "messing up his character settings" in Season 1.
* PerpetualPoverty: Both Gaea in real life and the Noob guild. Gaea has a few money making/saving schemes, but all benefits go into ''Horizon'' subscription and all the manga-related stuff in her room. The Noob guild is broke in part because of Gaea constantly weaseling her way out of contributing and the only one noticing also being the one who always has a bad word towards her anyway. In addition, the few game credits they have is split between Sparadrap buying useless things and Golgotha deciding she wants to be paid right when the fact that she frequently tags along on her own may actually be useful.

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* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: Sparadrap's is "Flan", the French word for his favorite dessert ; dessert; the very episode revealing that reveals it has him ''ask his brother to remind him what it is'' That's the guy who was complaining about his brother "messing up his character settings" in Season 1.
* PerpetualPoverty: Both Gaea in real life and the Noob guild. Gaea has a few money making/saving schemes, but all benefits go into towards the ''Horizon'' subscription and all the manga-related stuff in her room. The Noob guild is broke in part because of Gaea constantly weaseling her way out of contributing and the only one noticing also being the one who always has never says a bad good word towards about her anyway. In addition, the few game credits they have is are split between Sparadrap buying useless things and Golgotha deciding she wants to be paid right when the fact that she frequently tags along on her own may actually be useful.



** In Season 3, Gaea didn't think much of [[spoiler:coming home to a broken in appartement door]] because she assumed it was [[spoiler:Golgotha who had forgotten her keys since nothing had been stolen ; she seems to have never asked or called Golgotha to make sure it was actually her]].

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** In Season 3, Gaea didn't think much of [[spoiler:coming home to a broken in appartement door]] because she assumed it was [[spoiler:Golgotha who had forgotten her keys since nothing had been stolen ; stolen; she seems to have never asked or called Golgotha to make sure it was actually her]].



* RememberTheNewGuy: Couette and Ivy joined the Noob guild during the time that passed between two episodes. While Couette had appeared three times previously, Ivy seems to have materialized out of thin air. Despite that, at least Arthéon seems to know her well enough to mention she doesn't show up often ; Ivy ironically ends up showing up onscreen more frequently than Couette.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: Couette and Ivy joined the Noob guild during the time that passed between two episodes. While Couette had appeared three times previously, Ivy seems to have materialized out of thin air. Despite that, at least Arthéon seems to know her well enough to mention she doesn't show up often ; often; Ivy ironically ends up showing up onscreen more frequently than Couette.



** Straight : Everyone takes the game seriously sometimes to the extent of having SkewedPriorities. Perpatually broke Gaea payed extra to get ''Horizon 2.0'' in advance and Arthéon frequently fakes being sick just so he can play all day. Omega Zell makes reaching his mouse a priority when he gets a possible hospital-level injury in real life while doing a dungeon. Also, despite real life scenes being more and more present, not a single person not playing ''Horizon'' has been shown on screen (that gets a little relaxed in the books and comic).
** Deconstructed and Reconstructed : The game's top guild, Justice, only takes people who have no jobs and no ongoing relationships. However, the Justice guild's top four get revenue from their position : all four show up at conventions, play in advertisements and do publicity press shots, while Fantöm is basically paid to play the game and Saphir takes care of commercializing their number one image.

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** Straight : Straight: Everyone takes the game seriously sometimes to the extent of having SkewedPriorities. Perpatually broke Gaea payed extra to get ''Horizon 2.0'' in advance and Arthéon frequently fakes being sick just so he can play all day. Omega Zell makes reaching his mouse a priority when he gets a possible hospital-level injury in real life while doing a dungeon. Also, despite real life scenes being more and more present, not a single person not playing ''Horizon'' has been shown on screen (that gets a little relaxed in the books and comic).
** Deconstructed and Reconstructed : Reconstructed: The game's top guild, Justice, only takes people who have no jobs and no ongoing relationships. However, the Justice guild's top four get revenue from their position : position: all four show up at conventions, play in advertisements and do publicity press shots, while Fantöm is basically paid to play the game and Saphir takes care of commercializing their number one image.



** Desconstructed only : Arthéon is sent to boarding school by his mother in Season 3. In Season 4, he's out but still spends much less time in front of the computer (at least not enough to manage both the guild and his in-game girlfriend).
** Zig Zagged : Gaea, Sparadrap and Fantöm's libraries are shown to be filled with manga, [=DVDs=] and other games. Ystos is seen playing with a GameBoy and reading a comic.
** Defied : Sparadrap just sees MMORPG as a way to have fun and has trouble seeing why everyone else is taking ''Horizon'' so seriously.

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** Desconstructed only : only: Arthéon is sent to boarding school by his mother in Season 3. In Season 4, he's out but still spends much less time in front of the computer (at least not enough to manage both the guild and his in-game girlfriend).
** Zig Zagged : Zagged: Gaea, Sparadrap and Fantöm's libraries are shown to be filled with manga, [=DVDs=] and other games. Ystos is seen playing with a GameBoy and reading a comic.
** Defied : Defied: Sparadrap just sees MMORPG as a way to have fun and has trouble seeing why everyone else is taking ''Horizon'' so seriously.



--> '''Arthéon''': "Because of [Tenshirock] some players committed suicide, or, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking worse]], some quitted playing ''Horizon'' ."

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--> '''Arthéon''': "Because of [Tenshirock] some players committed suicide, or, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking worse]], some quitted playing ''Horizon'' .''Horizon''."



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Happens a lot among fans only following the webseries, despite the fact that cursors keep the name of anyone that matters from getting any worse than a FreezeFrameBonus. Kary is a big victim of it, with mispelling going up to "Carrie" and anything in between existing. Other common mistakes are "Istos" and "Gaia". The only somewhat official case is Nazetrîme's accents : it was spelled Nazetrimé on the official site when it still gave direct links to actor Facebook pages but Nazetrîme in the books [[spoiler:due to the name being an anagram of "Maître Zen"]].

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Happens a lot among fans only following the webseries, despite the fact that cursors keep the name of anyone that matters from getting any worse than a FreezeFrameBonus. Kary is a big victim of it, with mispelling going up to "Carrie" and anything in between existing. Other common mistakes are "Istos" and "Gaia". The only somewhat official case is Nazetrîme's accents : accents: it was spelled Nazetrimé on the official site when it still gave direct links to actor Facebook pages but Nazetrîme in the books [[spoiler:due to the name being an anagram of "Maître Zen"]].



** Actually seen on newly created avatars : Female summoner (Gaea), male priest (Sparadrap's second avatar / early episodes of Season 1), male elementalist ([[spoiler:Fantöm's second avatar]]), male archer (Grobin des Doigts), male mage (Master Zen [[spoiler:in Season 3]]), male assassin (Assassin!Ystos / Ystös).
** Avatars that aren't brand new but may be still wearing it : Female archer (Archer!Gaea / Gaëa), male warrior (Warrior!Sparadrap / Spärädräp) and female mage (Mage!Golgotha).

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** Actually seen on newly created avatars : avatars: Female summoner (Gaea), male priest (Sparadrap's second avatar / early episodes of Season 1), male elementalist ([[spoiler:Fantöm's second avatar]]), male archer (Grobin des Doigts), male mage (Master Zen [[spoiler:in Season 3]]), male assassin (Assassin!Ystos / Ystös).
** Avatars that aren't brand new but may be still wearing it : it: Female archer (Archer!Gaea / Gaëa), male warrior (Warrior!Sparadrap / Spärädräp) and female mage (Mage!Golgotha).



** Episode 7 (out of 18) from Season 3. The damage eventually gets mostly repaired, but it takes the rest of the season.

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** Episode 7 (out of 18) from Season 3. The Most of the damage is eventually gets mostly repaired, but it takes the rest of the season.



* WhatDidYouExpectWhenYouNamedIt: Just look at Master Zen's backstory. He names his guild "Noob", ends up having an actual Noob in it, said Noob ends up pissing him off to the point that the infamous ApplianceDefenestration happens ; this is especially strange given that [[spoiler: Master Zen later comes up with a much better name for his new guild]]. Gaea even lampshades the lousy name choice the first time she hears it. To top it off, thanks to YouAreInCommandNow happening three times in about as many episodes during Season 4, Sparadrap ''is'' in charge of the guild by the end of episode 5.

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* WhatDidYouExpectWhenYouNamedIt: Just look at Master Zen's backstory. He names his guild "Noob", ends up having an actual Noob in it, said Noob ends up pissing him off to the point that the infamous ApplianceDefenestration happens ; happens; this is especially strange given that [[spoiler: Master [[spoiler:Master Zen later comes up with a much better name for his new guild]]. Gaea even lampshades the lousy name choice the first time she hears it. To top it off, thanks to YouAreInCommandNow happening three times in about as many episodes during Season 4, Sparadrap ''is'' in charge of the guild by the end of episode 5.



** Want to show how difficult the new bosses in ''Horizon 1.1'' are ? Have one of them beat Fantöm's team.

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** Want to show how difficult the new bosses in ''Horizon 1.1'' are ? are? Have one of them beat Fantöm's team.



* YouWillBeSpared: In Season 3, Tenshirock mentions that he doesn't intend to erase the accounts of six players : Ash (''famerchinois.com'' representative and his DragonWithAnAgenda), Arthéon, Gaea (that he is actively helping not getting kicked out of ''Horizon'' at the time), Omega Zell, Sparadrap and Golgotha. The reason given is that they indirectly serve his cause with all the disasters they cause.

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* YouWillBeSpared: In Season 3, Tenshirock mentions that he doesn't intend to erase the accounts of six players : players: Ash (''famerchinois.com'' representative and his DragonWithAnAgenda), Arthéon, Gaea (that he is actively helping not getting kicked out of ''Horizon'' at the time), Omega Zell, Sparadrap and Golgotha. The reason given is that they indirectly serve his cause with all the disasters they cause.
19th Oct '16 12:32:01 PM Nazetrime
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* InevitableMutualBetrayal: When Fantöm and Amaras decide to band together to fight Spectre in Season 5 finale due to realizing neither of them can tkae him on alone, they both know that they will start fighting each other again the second he's out of comission.

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* InevitableMutualBetrayal: When Fantöm and Amaras decide to band together to fight Spectre in Season 5 finale due to realizing neither of them can tkae take him on alone, they both know that they will start fighting each other again the second he's out of comission.



** Upon finding out that many Justice reject reroll into the Coalition and join Roxxor out of spite, Omega Zell's comment on these players is basically "SecondPlaceIsForLosers". [[spoiler:According to word of god, Justice guild's ranking in the game is second by the time he gets to join.]]

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** Upon finding out that many Justice reject rejects reroll into the Coalition and join Roxxor out of spite, Omega Zell's comment on these players is basically "SecondPlaceIsForLosers". [[spoiler:According to word of god, Justice guild's ranking in the game is second by the time he gets to join.]]



* MusicalSpoiler: One got accidentally created by replacing the two first season's "borrowed" soundtrack by the original music used from Season 3 onwards. A tune that is basically [[spoiler:Master Zen]]'s {{Leitmotif}} was originally heard for the the very first time during a Season 3 scene that had the character sneaking in a certain place dressed in a way meant to conceal its identity. However, the new versions of Seasons 1 and 2 now have the {{Leitmotif}} play for the character's early appearances, which makes the soundtrack give away the identity of the disguised individual from Season 3 to new viewers.

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* MusicalSpoiler: One got accidentally created by replacing the two first season's "borrowed" soundtrack by the original music used from Season 3 onwards. A tune that is basically [[spoiler:Master Zen]]'s {{Leitmotif}} was originally heard for the the very first time during a Season 3 scene that had the character sneaking in a certain place dressed in a way meant to conceal its identity. However, the new versions of Seasons 1 and 2 now have the {{Leitmotif}} play for the character's early appearances, which makes the soundtrack give away the identity of the disguised individual from Season 3 to new viewers.
2nd Oct '16 1:30:47 AM Nazetrime
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* InevitableMutualBetrayal: When Fantöm and Amaras decide to band together to fight Spectre in Season 5 finale due to realizing neither of them can tkae him on alone, they both know that they will start fighting each other again the second he's out of comission.
25th Sep '16 8:19:19 AM Nazetrime
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* {{Retronym}}: The movies getting "webseries season" cuts was accompanied by each of the seasons of the original webseries being made into a movie-like compilation. Each of the compilations got a movie subtitle, which is used in the chronology that can be found on the official site, in the process. The title translate to "The Galamadriabyak tower", "The hacked staff", "The Coalition's revenge", "Level hundred" and "An endless game".
19th Apr '16 5:05:28 AM Nazetrime
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It has a feature-length sequel: ''[[Film/NoobLeConseilDesTroisFactions]]''.

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It has a feature-length sequel: ''[[Film/NoobLeConseilDesTroisFactions]]''.
''Film/NoobLeConseilDesTroisFactions''.
25th Feb '16 2:07:34 PM Harroc
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* CerebusSyndrome: Season 1 is an episodic AffectionateParody about the worst guild of ''Horizon 1.0'' struggling to do the easiest parts of the game. Season 2 has the return of Master Zen who's ready to kidnap Arthéon (the player, not the avatar) to get his leader place back and the appearance of the hacked staff in the hand of Sparadrap is taken quite seriously, while showing how united the guild really is when it comes down to it. In Season 3, one of the well-established facts of the series gets torn down to pieces while the Empire gets close to disappearing. By the end of Season 4, the series has acquired a psychological drama edge. Season 5 finale had a recurring sympathetic NonPlayerCharacter die (almost) onscreen.

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* CerebusSyndrome: Season 1 is an episodic AffectionateParody about the worst guild of ''Horizon 1.0'' struggling to do the easiest parts of the game. Season 2 has the return of Master Zen who's ready to kidnap Arthéon (the player, not the avatar) to get his leader place back and the appearance of the hacked staff in the hand of Sparadrap is taken quite seriously, while showing how united the guild really is when it comes down to it. In Season 3, one of the well-established facts of the series gets torn down to pieces while the Empire gets close to disappearing. By the end of Season 4, the series has acquired a psychological drama edge. Season 5 finale had a recurring sympathetic NonPlayerCharacter die (almost) onscreen. Season 6 has one of the main character trying to destroy the game. Season 7 has the world threatened by apocalypse
15th Feb '16 4:05:05 PM eroock
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'''''Noob''''' is a French WebOriginal (that happens to also be aired on television) where most of the action happens inside a {{MMORPG}}, ''Horizon 1.0''. The episode releases went from late 2008 to early 2014. It's a series about [[Main/{{Noob}} newbs and noobs]] that gave birth to the ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' franchise. It was created by Fabien Fournier, who is both director and scriptwriter. In France, it gets broadcasted on the "Nolife" channel some time before being available on the official site. It's been the top French webseries in terms of audience since 2009.

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'''''Noob''''' ''Noob'' is a French WebOriginal (that happens to also be aired on television) where most of the action happens inside a {{MMORPG}}, ''Horizon 1.0''. The episode releases went from late 2008 to early 2014. It's a series about [[Main/{{Noob}} newbs and noobs]] that gave birth to the ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' franchise. It was created by Fabien Fournier, who is both director and scriptwriter. In France, it gets broadcasted on the "Nolife" channel some time before being available on the official site. It's been the top French webseries in terms of audience since 2009.
10th Feb '16 1:01:46 PM Nazetrime
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10th Feb '16 12:56:33 PM Nazetrime
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It has a feature-length sequel: ''[[Film/NoobLeConseilDesTroisFactions Noob: Le conseil des trois factions]]''.

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It has a feature-length sequel: ''[[Film/NoobLeConseilDesTroisFactions Noob: Le conseil des trois factions]]''.
''[[Film/NoobLeConseilDesTroisFactions]]''.


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6th Dec '15 6:02:05 AM Nazetrime
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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Parodied in real life scene in which Arthéon recognizes Sparadrap under a PaperThinDisguise and calls him by his OnlineAlias, only to be aswered "No, no, mister, I'm not Sparadrap! You must be confusing me with another priest in another MMORPG.".
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