History WebAnimation / Tome

11th May '18 7:50:36 AM Malady
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* {{Expy}}: Zetto is one of [[DragonballZ Vegeta.]] He even has his hairstyle!

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* {{Expy}}: Zetto is one of [[DragonballZ [[Manga/DragonballZ Vegeta.]] He even has his hairstyle!



* FanBoy: Zetto is a ''DragonballZ'' fanboy, and has an avatar and personality resembling Vegeta. This tends to annoy the other characters, even though plenty of them seem to like the show as well.
* FillerVillain: The Flux Gang in the movie. [[spoiler: Not quite. Flux himself was to make a reappearance in season 4 in a similar body to that of Neomutant's.]]

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* FanBoy: Zetto is a ''DragonballZ'' ''Manga/DragonballZ'' fanboy, and has an avatar and personality resembling Vegeta. This tends to annoy the other characters, even though plenty of them seem to like the show as well.
* FillerVillain: The Flux Gang in the movie. [[spoiler: Not [[spoiler:Not quite. Flux himself was to make a reappearance in season 4 in a similar body to that of Neomutant's.]]



* FusionDance: [[spoiler:(Alpha+Zetto = Alphazet (Composite), Alpha+Kagemamoru = Virus-fused Alpha (Power Booster))]]

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* FusionDance: [[spoiler:(Alpha+Zetto [[spoiler(Alpha+Zetto = Alphazet (Composite), Alpha+Kagemamoru = Virus-fused Alpha (Power Booster))]]



* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: Voltarius, [[spoiler: who is really Zetto.]]

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* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: Voltarius, [[spoiler: who [[spoiler:who is really Zetto.]]
23rd Apr '18 7:29:30 PM X2X
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''[[YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe Describeth]] ''[[DescribeTopicHere TOME]]'' [[DescribeTopicHere here]]? But of course, [[Creator/LittleKuriboh for I]]'', ''' [[LargeHam NYLOCKE]]''', ''DRAGON OF [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment CAUTIONARY]] [[EntryPimp PAGE EDITION]]! Will describe it here''...

Originally called ''[=TVTome=] Adventures'' (full name rarely used), ''TTA'' is a flash series created Chris "Kirbopher" Niosi , using as inspiration a [[SelfInsertFic Self Insertion]] RP which took place on the [=TVTome=].com forums (now TV.com).

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''[[YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe Describeth]] ''[[DescribeTopicHere TOME]]'' [[DescribeTopicHere here]]? But of course, [[Creator/LittleKuriboh for I]]'', ''' [[LargeHam '''[[LargeHam NYLOCKE]]''', ''DRAGON OF [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment CAUTIONARY]] [[EntryPimp PAGE EDITION]]! Will describe it here''...

Originally called ''[=TVTome=] Adventures'' (full name rarely used), ''TTA'' is a flash series created Chris "Kirbopher" Niosi , Niosi, using as inspiration a [[SelfInsertFic Self Insertion]] RP which took place on the [=TVTome=].com forums (now TV.com).



TTA started [[HumbleBeginnings as a humble amateur sprite-animation]] series, which [[GrowingTheBeard gradually improved]] during its long run. The series is notable for its great length (a total of 73 episodes over 3 seasons and a three-part movie), especially for its medium.

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TTA started ''TTA'' [[HumbleBeginnings started as a humble amateur sprite-animation]] series, which [[GrowingTheBeard gradually improved]] during its long run. The series is notable for its great length (a total of 73 episodes over 3 seasons and a three-part movie), especially for its medium.



On [[ArcNumber 11/11/11]], a ContinuityReboot of TTA known as ''[[FunWithAcronyms TOME: Terrain Of Magical Expertise]]'' was released, this time with the internet equivalent of an AllStarCast (including Creator/LittleKuriboh, [=ShadyVox=], D-Mac Double, and Creator/JonStJon, among others), an original soundtrack composed by Kajmaster Kajet (best known as the creator of the '''[[Memes/DragonBall OVER 9,000!]]''' [[Memes/DragonBall meme]]) and Creator/TheLivingTombstone, and completely original animation mostly done by Chris Niosi himself.

The remake features a unique style of animation reminiscent of video games such as ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' and ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', and it looks just that cool. [[ArcNumber Fifteen ppisodes]] (plus the special prequel episode /File:Zero), seven shorts, and an [[AprilFoolsDay April Fool's]] Special have been released, although it is currently unknown whether or not more will ever be made. (Fortunately, however, Kirbopher learned from his previous mistake and wrapped up all loose ends throughout Season 2, just in case.) The first ten of these episodes (along with the shorts, which are actually notably important to the plot) are considered to be the series' first season, while the latter five episodes (and the prequel episode) are considered to be its second season (due to the fact that they were funded separately via a successful campaign on [=GoFundMe=]).

For most of its lifespan, ''TOME'' had an somewhat interesting upload cycle, due to the fact that it continued for over three years uninterruped (resulting in an even longer run than its predecessor, which only lasted about two and a half years before its cancellation). Although the remake's first four episodes were funded by Website/{{Newgrounds}}, (and were at first exclusive to it), the series stopped posting new episodes to Newgrounds after Episode Nine and eventually expanded onto Website/YouTube (although the [=YouTube=] uploads were taken down for a time before being re-uploaded in two parts via Channel Frederator). The series eventually created its own website (which used embeds of versions of the episodes uploaded to Blip) before finally finding a permanent home on [=YouTube=], where Chris Niosi uploaded complete versions of all sixteen episodes, seven shorts, and the April Fool's Special to his channel (along with special commentary videos previously only available on Soundcloud, blooper reels, and interesting Fact Bubble Specials inspired by ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' with trivia about the show found nowhere else), which replaced the old Blip uploads on the official website.

''TOME''[='s=] Script Supervisor, Liz Losey, has begun a webcomic of the reboot titled ''TOME:Respec'', [[SeriesHiatus although it has not seen any new updates since September 2014]] due to lack of funding via Website/{{Patreon}}. This webcomic is set in a [[AlternateContinuity slightly alternate version of the game]], where the game operates under different rules and the characters seem to have slightly different personalities. This webcomic has been apparantly cancelled, as the Website/{{Tumblr}} blog for the page has now been removed.

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On [[ArcNumber 11/11/11]], a ContinuityReboot of TTA ''TTA'' known as ''[[FunWithAcronyms TOME: Terrain Of of Magical Expertise]]'' was released, this time with the internet equivalent of an AllStarCast (including Creator/LittleKuriboh, [=ShadyVox=], D-Mac Double, and Creator/JonStJon, Creator/JonStJohn, among others), an original soundtrack composed by Kajmaster Kajet (best known as the creator of the '''[[Memes/DragonBall OVER 9,000!]]''' 9000!]]''' [[Memes/DragonBall meme]]) and Creator/TheLivingTombstone, and completely original animation mostly done by Chris Niosi himself.

The remake features a unique style of animation reminiscent of video games such as ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' and ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', and it looks just that cool. [[ArcNumber Fifteen ppisodes]] episodes]] (plus the special prequel episode /File:Zero), "/File:Zero"), seven shorts, and an [[AprilFoolsDay April Fool's]] Special have been released, although it is currently unknown whether or not more will ever be made. (Fortunately, however, Kirbopher learned from his previous mistake and wrapped up all loose ends throughout Season 2, just in case.) The first ten of these episodes (along with the shorts, which are actually notably important to the plot) are considered to be the series' first season, while the latter five episodes (and the prequel episode) are considered to be its second season (due to the fact that they were funded separately via a successful campaign on [=GoFundMe=]).

For most of its lifespan, ''TOME'' had an somewhat interesting upload cycle, due to the fact that it continued for over three years uninterruped (resulting in an even longer run than its predecessor, which only lasted about two and a half years before its cancellation). Although the remake's first four episodes were funded by Website/{{Newgrounds}}, Website/{{Newgrounds}} (and were at first exclusive to it), the series stopped posting new episodes to Newgrounds after Episode Nine and eventually expanded onto Website/YouTube (although the [=YouTube=] uploads were taken down for a time before being re-uploaded in two parts via Channel Frederator). The series eventually created its own website (which used embeds of versions of the episodes uploaded to Blip) before finally finding a permanent home on [=YouTube=], where Chris Niosi uploaded complete versions of all sixteen episodes, seven shorts, and the April Fool's Special to his channel (along with special commentary videos previously only available on Soundcloud, blooper reels, and interesting Fact Bubble Specials inspired by ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' with trivia about the show found nowhere else), which replaced the old Blip uploads on the official website.

''TOME''[='s=] Script Supervisor, Liz Losey, has begun a webcomic of the reboot titled ''TOME:Respec'', [[SeriesHiatus although it has not seen any new updates since September 2014]] due to lack of funding via Website/{{Patreon}}.Patreon. This webcomic is set in a [[AlternateContinuity slightly alternate version of the game]], where the game operates under different rules and the characters seem to have slightly different personalities. This webcomic has been apparantly cancelled, as the Website/{{Tumblr}} blog for the page has now been removed.
23rd Apr '18 7:25:39 PM X2X
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''[[YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe Describeth]] [[DescribeTopicHere TOME here]]? But of course, [[Creator/LittleKuriboh for I]]'', ''' [[LargeHam NYLOCKE]]''', ''DRAGON OF [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment CAUTIONARY]] [[EntryPimp PAGE EDITION]]! Will describe it here''...

Originally called ''[=TVTome=] Adventures'' (full name rarely used), TTA is a flash series created Chris "Kirbopher" Niosi , using as inspiration a [[SelfInsertFic Self Insertion]] RP which took place on the [=TVTome=].com forums (now TV.com).

The plot centers around a group of players of an MMORPG titled ''TOME''[[note]]no, not [[VideoGame/TalesOfMajEyal that TOME]][[/note]] and their fight against the D-Bug organisation, a group of hackers seeking a mysterious "Forbidden Power", [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture sometime in the not-too-distant future]].

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''[[YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe Describeth]] ''[[DescribeTopicHere TOME]]'' [[DescribeTopicHere TOME here]]? But of course, [[Creator/LittleKuriboh for I]]'', ''' [[LargeHam NYLOCKE]]''', ''DRAGON OF [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment CAUTIONARY]] [[EntryPimp PAGE EDITION]]! Will describe it here''...

Originally called ''[=TVTome=] Adventures'' (full name rarely used), TTA ''TTA'' is a flash series created Chris "Kirbopher" Niosi , using as inspiration a [[SelfInsertFic Self Insertion]] RP which took place on the [=TVTome=].com forums (now TV.com).

The plot centers around a group of players of an MMORPG titled ''TOME''[[note]]no, not [[VideoGame/TalesOfMajEyal that TOME]][[/note]] that]] ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfMajEyal TOME]]''[[/note]] and their fight against the D-Bug organisation, a group of hackers seeking a mysterious "Forbidden Power", [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture sometime in the not-too-distant future]].



The author has openly admitted he's had some heavy influence from ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack]]'', ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'', and ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot''. [[ShoutOut References]] to {{Anime}} are also frequent, ''DragonballZ'' being the most common--for example, the character of Zetto, fact which is frequently [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by other characters.

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The author has openly admitted he's had some heavy influence from ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack]]'', ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'', and ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot''. [[ShoutOut References]] to {{Anime}} are also frequent, ''DragonballZ'' ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' being the most common--for example, the character of Zetto, fact which is frequently [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] {{lampshade|Hanging}}d by other characters.



On [[ArcNumber 11/11/11]], a ContinuityReboot of TTA known as ''[[FunWithAcronyms TOME: Terrain Of Magical Expertise]]'' was released, this time with the internet equivalent of an AllStarCast (including Creator/LittleKuriboh, [=ShadyVox=], D-Mac Double, and Jon St. Jon, among others), an original soundtrack composed by Kajmaster Kajet (best known as the creator of the '''OVER 9,000!''' meme) and Creator/TheLivingTombstone, and completely original animation mostly done by Chris Niosi himself.

The remake features a unique style of animation reminiscent of video games such as "VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork" and ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', and it looks just that cool. [[ArcNumber Fifteen Episodes]], (plus the special prequel episode /File:Zero), seven shorts, and an April Fools Special have been released, although it is currently unknown whether or not more will ever be made (fortunately, however, Kirbopher learned from his previous mistake and wrapped up all loose ends throughout Season 2, just in case). The first ten of these episodes (along with the shorts, which are actually notably important to the plot) are considered to be the series' first season, while the latter five episodes (and the Prequel Episode) are considered to be its Second Season (due to the fact that they were funded separately via a successful campaign on [=GoFundMe=]).

For most of its lifespan, TOME had an somewhat interesting upload cycle, due to the fact that it continued for over three years uninterruped (resulting in an even longer run than its predecessor, which only lasted about two and a half years before its cancellation). Although the Remake's first four episodes were funded by Newgrounds, (and were at first exclusive to it), the series stopped posting new episodes to Newgrounds after Episode Nine and eventually expanded onto YouTube (although the YouTube uploads were taken down for a time before being re-uploaded in two parts via Channel Frederator). The series eventually created its own website (which used embeds of versions of the episodes uploaded to Blip) before finally finding a permanent home on YouTube, where Chris Niosi uploaded complete versions of all sixteen episodes, seven shorts, and the April Fool's Special to his channel (along with special commentary videos previously only available on Soundcloud, blooper reels, and interesting Fact Bubble Specials inspired by ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' with trivia about the show found nowhere else), which replaced the old Blip uploads on the Official Website.

TOME's Script Supervisor, Liz Losey, has begun a webcomic of the reboot titled ''TOME:Respec'', [[SeriesHiatus although it has not seen any new updates since September 2014]] due to lack of funding via Patreon. This webcomic is set in a [[AlternateContinuity slightly alternate version of the game]], where the game operates under different rules and the characters seem to have slightly different personalities. This webcomic has been apparantly cancelled, as the tumblr blog for the page has now been removed.

The series has ''[[TheWikiRule three separate wikias]]'' and now has a tool for voting favorite episodes, which can be found [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/TOME#xudz6yx6 here]].

Note: Due to uncertainty regarding TOME's future, these pages will sometimes refer to Episode 15: Truth. Tears. Ambition as the SeriesFinale or GrandFinale, and at other times refer to it merely as the Finale for Season 2.

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On [[ArcNumber 11/11/11]], a ContinuityReboot of TTA known as ''[[FunWithAcronyms TOME: Terrain Of Magical Expertise]]'' was released, this time with the internet equivalent of an AllStarCast (including Creator/LittleKuriboh, [=ShadyVox=], D-Mac Double, and Jon St. Jon, Creator/JonStJon, among others), an original soundtrack composed by Kajmaster Kajet (best known as the creator of the '''OVER 9,000!''' meme) '''[[Memes/DragonBall OVER 9,000!]]''' [[Memes/DragonBall meme]]) and Creator/TheLivingTombstone, and completely original animation mostly done by Chris Niosi himself.

The remake features a unique style of animation reminiscent of video games such as "VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork" ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' and ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', and it looks just that cool. [[ArcNumber Fifteen Episodes]], ppisodes]] (plus the special prequel episode /File:Zero), seven shorts, and an [[AprilFoolsDay April Fools Fool's]] Special have been released, although it is currently unknown whether or not more will ever be made (fortunately, made. (Fortunately, however, Kirbopher learned from his previous mistake and wrapped up all loose ends throughout Season 2, just in case). case.) The first ten of these episodes (along with the shorts, which are actually notably important to the plot) are considered to be the series' first season, while the latter five episodes (and the Prequel Episode) prequel episode) are considered to be its Second Season second season (due to the fact that they were funded separately via a successful campaign on [=GoFundMe=]).

For most of its lifespan, TOME ''TOME'' had an somewhat interesting upload cycle, due to the fact that it continued for over three years uninterruped (resulting in an even longer run than its predecessor, which only lasted about two and a half years before its cancellation). Although the Remake's remake's first four episodes were funded by Newgrounds, Website/{{Newgrounds}}, (and were at first exclusive to it), the series stopped posting new episodes to Newgrounds after Episode Nine and eventually expanded onto YouTube Website/YouTube (although the YouTube [=YouTube=] uploads were taken down for a time before being re-uploaded in two parts via Channel Frederator). The series eventually created its own website (which used embeds of versions of the episodes uploaded to Blip) before finally finding a permanent home on YouTube, [=YouTube=], where Chris Niosi uploaded complete versions of all sixteen episodes, seven shorts, and the April Fool's Special to his channel (along with special commentary videos previously only available on Soundcloud, blooper reels, and interesting Fact Bubble Specials inspired by ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' with trivia about the show found nowhere else), which replaced the old Blip uploads on the Official Website.official website.

TOME's ''TOME''[='s=] Script Supervisor, Liz Losey, has begun a webcomic of the reboot titled ''TOME:Respec'', [[SeriesHiatus although it has not seen any new updates since September 2014]] due to lack of funding via Patreon.Website/{{Patreon}}. This webcomic is set in a [[AlternateContinuity slightly alternate version of the game]], where the game operates under different rules and the characters seem to have slightly different personalities. This webcomic has been apparantly cancelled, as the tumblr Website/{{Tumblr}} blog for the page has now been removed.

removed.

The series has ''[[TheWikiRule three separate wikias]]'' and now has a tool for voting favorite episodes, which can be found [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/TOME#xudz6yx6 here]].

here.]]

Note: Due to uncertainty regarding TOME's ''TOME'''s future, these pages will sometimes refer to Episode "Episode 15: Truth. Tears. Ambition Ambition" as the SeriesFinale or GrandFinale, and at other times refer to it merely as the Finale finale for Season 2.



On November 11, 2017, in honor of the 6-year anniversary of the TOME series, [[Music/SiIvaGunner the YouTube channel SiIvaGunner]] uploaded mashups featuring the soundtrack of the web series and upcoming game.

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On November 11, 2017, in honor of the 6-year anniversary of the TOME ''TOME'' series, [[Music/SiIvaGunner the YouTube channel SiIvaGunner]] uploaded mashups featuring the soundtrack of the web series and upcoming game.
28th Jan '18 8:23:47 AM CartoonPhysicist
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* SharedUniverse: If [[https://animatiom.tumblr.com/post/164949512447/the-reviewaverse-multiverse-chart-v23 this post]] is to be believed, we can link it to hundreds of other internet things like WebVideo/{{The Nostalgia Critic}}, ZTV News, Jaltoid, Robobuddies and the official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter of all things.
3rd Jan '18 4:53:27 AM Cryoclaste
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* NostalgiaLevel: The ''Franchise/DonkeyKong'' minigame in one episode, created by a character who is a {{Mario}} [[AscendedFanboy fanboy]].

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* NostalgiaLevel: The ''Franchise/DonkeyKong'' minigame in one episode, created by a character who is a {{Mario}} [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] [[AscendedFanboy fanboy]].
12th Nov '17 4:45:35 AM smoov22
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On November 11, 2017, in honor of the 6-year anniversary of the TOME series, [[Music/SiIvaGunner the YouTube channel SiIvaGunner]] uploaded mashups featuring the soundtrack of the web series and upcoming game.
23rd Oct '17 4:13:56 AM LittleJuany
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* SharedUniverse: If [[https://animatiom.tumblr.com/post/164949512447/the-reviewaverse-multiverse-chart-v23 this post]] is to be believed, we can link it to hundreds of other internet things like WebVideo/{{The Nostalgia Critic}}, ZTV News, Jaltoid, Robobuddies and the official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter of all things.
6th Oct '17 12:51:13 PM LavaringX
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* YouMonster: [[spoiler: Played with in the season 2 finale, when Rubirules and Alpha have this exhange:]

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* YouMonster: [[spoiler: Played with in the season 2 finale, when Rubirules and Alpha have this exhange:]exhange:]]
6th Oct '17 12:50:34 PM LavaringX
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* [[spoiler: {{Justified}} at long last in episode 15, where Rubirules reveals he was deliberately keeping the moderators in the dark to give D-Buggers.org free reign for their mission]]

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* ** [[spoiler: {{Justified}} at long last in episode 15, where Rubirules reveals he was deliberately keeping the moderators in the dark to give D-Buggers.org free reign for their mission]]



** spoiler: Nylocke and Gamecrazed seem closer to each other then the rest of the group after the events of episode 6.
6th Oct '17 12:48:46 PM LavaringX
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** Actually PlayedForDrama in Episode 11, as the moderators' inattentiveness to hacker activity is called out upon by Flamegirl in her speech to ChaseAce.

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** Actually PlayedForDrama in Episode 11, as the moderators' inattentiveness to hacker activity is called out upon by Flamegirl in her speech to ChaseAce.[=ChaseAce=].
* [[spoiler: {{Justified}} at long last in episode 15, where Rubirules reveals he was deliberately keeping the moderators in the dark to give D-Buggers.org free reign for their mission]]
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