History WebVideo / LoadingReadyRun

5th Oct '16 9:32:06 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* LogicBomb: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rFO08Mq6bk The First Rule]] is there are no rules.
1st Sep '16 4:09:19 PM VmKid
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Several months later, when they remembered the idea, they started work on it. After a couple design concepts, they settled on [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/ Loading Ready Run]], inspired in name and appearance by the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} home computer system from the '80s. See, they're also big geeks.

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Several months later, when they remembered the idea, they started work on it. After a couple design concepts, they settled on [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/ Loading Ready Run]], LoadingReadyRun]], inspired in name and appearance by the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} home computer system from the '80s. See, they're also big geeks.



In addition, under their Bionic Trousers Media label, the Loading Ready Run crew worked on the web reality shows ''WebVideo/StripSearch'' (in collaboration with ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'') and ''Tabletop Deathmatch'' (in collaboration with TabletopGame/CardsAgainstHumanity). They post miscellaneous bonus videos on their website, do Magic: The Gathering Online drafts biweekly for MtGO Academy, and update '''four''' podcasts in the time left over. Even excluding the series without regular update schedules, they really do have a staggering level of output.

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In addition, under their Bionic Trousers Media label, the Loading Ready Run [=LoadingReadyRun=] crew worked on the web reality shows ''WebVideo/StripSearch'' (in collaboration with ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'') and ''Tabletop Deathmatch'' (in collaboration with TabletopGame/CardsAgainstHumanity). They post miscellaneous bonus videos on their website, do Magic: The Gathering Online drafts biweekly for MtGO Academy, and update '''four''' podcasts in the time left over. Even excluding the series without regular update schedules, they really do have a staggering level of output.



* ActingForTwo: This was often the case in the early days of the site, especially when the only actors were Graham and Paul. In the Loading Ready Rumble (a battle royale of characters from past videos), 25 characters were played by seven people.

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* ActingForTwo: This was often the case in the early days of the site, especially when the only actors were Graham and Paul. In the Loading Ready Rumble [=LoadingReadyRumble=] (a battle royale of characters from past videos), 25 characters were played by seven people.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: In the [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/25/The-LoadingReadyRumble Loading Ready Rumble]], JP of 64k says "We already lost our boy C-Unit!" when confronting Jangles and Jones. This foreshadows the [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/118/Those-Games-We-Played next week's video]], where 64k makes a song explaining how they lost their former fourth member Core-Unit to VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft addiction.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In the [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/25/The-LoadingReadyRumble Loading Ready Rumble]], LoadingReadyRumble]], JP of 64k says "We already lost our boy C-Unit!" when confronting Jangles and Jones. This foreshadows the [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/118/Those-Games-We-Played next week's video]], where 64k makes a song explaining how they lost their former fourth member Core-Unit to VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft addiction.



* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Considering how many people were actually around to [[ActingForTwo play them]], the [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/25/The-LoadingReadyRumble Loading Ready Rumble]] counts

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Considering how many people were actually around to [[ActingForTwo play them]], the [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/25/The-LoadingReadyRumble Loading Ready Rumble]] LoadingReadyRumble]] counts
24th Aug '16 5:58:04 PM Amake
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* NoFourthWall: (sorta, maybe... I don't know? Okay, okay. ALL THE METAFICTION TROPES COMBINED): [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/117/Quantum-Documentary Quantum Documentary]]. "A documentary ''about itself''."

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* NoFourthWall: (sorta, maybe... I don't know? Okay, okay. ALL THE METAFICTION TROPES COMBINED): [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/117/Quantum-Documentary Quantum Documentary]]. "A A documentary ''about itself''."which is both the process of making itself and the observation of that process as well as the documentary that is made.
17th Jul '16 5:46:52 PM elemt
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** The Friday Nights episode ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYdKMzXiiAg Jeskai Mysteries]]'' has Kathleen try to find Cam's missing deck by, after first making sure he hasn't left it in his bag again, following a series of "clues" that start with looking for it at the Victoria Bug Zoo because it had [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=386589 Mantis Riders]] in it. Somehow this does lead her to the "culprit" who's been calling Cam all day - but he left his phone in the bag.
--> '''Kathleen:''' Don't you see? [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=386689 Swiftwater Cliffs!]] A clue! To the beach!

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** The Friday Nights episode ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYdKMzXiiAg Jeskai Mysteries]]'' has Kathleen try to find Cam's missing deck by, after first making sure he hasn't left it in his bag again, following a series of "clues" that start with looking for it at the Victoria Bug Zoo because it had [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=386589 Mantis Riders]] in it. Somehow this does lead her to the "culprit" who's been calling Cam all day - but he left his phone in the bag.
--> '''Kathleen:''' Don't you see? [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=386689 Swiftwater Cliffs!]] A clue! To the beach!
17th Jul '16 5:44:20 PM elemt
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** The Friday Nights episode ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYdKMzXiiAg Jeskai Mysteries]]'' has Kathleen try to find Cam's missing deck by, after first making sure he hasn't left it in his bag again, following a series of "clues" that start with looking for it at the Victoria Bug Zoo because it had [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=386589 Mantis Riders]] in it. Somehow this does lead her to the "culprit" who's been calling Cam all day - but he left his phone in the bag.
--> '''Kathleen:''' Don't you see? [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=386689 Swiftwater Cliffs!]] A clue! To the beach!
7th Jul '16 7:02:52 PM GGCrono
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** The resuscitated ''Graham and Paul Let's Play'', a spinoff of ''Unskippable''

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** The resuscitated ''Graham and Paul Let's Play'', a spinoff of ''Unskippable''A biweekly talk/variety show, uncreatively titled ''LoadingReadyLive''



** Several shows hosted by various crewmembers [[labelnote:list]]''Beej's Backlog'' (mostly Gamecube games), ''[=IDDQDerp=]'' with Alex (mostly FPS and indie titles), ''Heather's Handhelds'' (handheld games), ''I, Horner'' (obscure titles and/or cult classics), ''Kathleen Saves the World'' (usually [=JRPGs=]), ''A Swiftly Tilting Cameron'' (strategy games), ''Video Games with Video James'' (Minecraft and other PC games), ''House of Stark'' (things Graham feels obligated as a fan to play, typically newer titles), ''Things On My Stream'' (whatever Paul feels like playing, typically older titles), ''Watch and Play!'' (aka "Graham Inflicts A Game On Alex"; Graham and Alex play crappy games on purpose), and ''Let's Nope'' where Alex plays horror games with a cohost. (When Alex plays a horror game that ends up being terrible, these are sometimes retroactively referred to by fans as ''Watch and Nope'' streams.) Also on the schedule was ''The Book of Passwords'', featuring retro titles, but streamer Jer surrendered his timeslot and later moved to Vancouver. [[/labelnote]].

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** Several shows hosted by various crewmembers [[labelnote:list]]''Beej's Backlog'' (mostly Gamecube games), ''[=IDDQDerp=]'' with Alex (mostly FPS and indie titles), ''Heather's Handhelds'' (handheld games), ''I, Horner'' (obscure titles and/or cult classics), ''Kathleen Saves the World'' (usually [=JRPGs=]), ''A Swiftly Tilting Cameron'' (strategy games), ''Video Games with Video James'' (Minecraft and other PC games), ''House of Stark'' (things Graham feels obligated as a fan to play, typically newer titles), ''Things On My Stream'' (whatever Paul feels like playing, typically older titles), ''Watch and Play!'' (aka "Graham Inflicts A Game On Alex"; Graham and Alex play crappy games on purpose), and ''Let's Nope'' where Alex plays horror games with a cohost. (When Alex plays a horror game that ends up being terrible, these are sometimes retroactively referred to by fans as ''Watch and Nope'' streams.) Also on the schedule was ''The Book of Passwords'', featuring retro titles, but streamer Jer surrendered his timeslot and later moved to Vancouver. [[/labelnote]].(see page for details!)
16th May '16 7:58:08 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''[[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/escapist-news-network Escapist News Network]]'': The original version of Checkpoint, [[CaptainObvious hosted at]] Website/TheEscapist. Began as a kind of TheOnion style [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan snark]] affair, but over time shifted to a more MockTheWeek boisterous approach when the original approach failed to go over with Website/TheEscapist's audience. Sadly, this style didn't go over much either, and the show was cancelled.

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* ''[[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/escapist-news-network Escapist News Network]]'': The original version of Checkpoint, [[CaptainObvious hosted at]] Website/TheEscapist. Began as a kind of TheOnion style [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan snark]] affair, but over time shifted to a more MockTheWeek ''Series/MockTheWeek'' boisterous approach when the original approach failed to go over with Website/TheEscapist's audience. Sadly, this style didn't go over much either, and the show was cancelled.
7th May '16 8:29:16 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* MundaneUtility: The ''Suspiciously Fast Movers'' sketch is about a moving company that [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial definitely is ''not'']] using a functioning teleporter to do hundreds of jobs a day after cloning one of them hundreds of times. It definitely isn't the only way they could think of to meet the machine's operating costs. They appear again in ''Staggeringly Fast Loans'' where their financially insolvent payday loan company [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial is definitely not]] a naked attempt to get rid of all the gold their malfunctioning machine is spitting out at an accelerating rate.
29th Mar '16 8:55:14 PM Adeon
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* CouchGag: The Magic Cards based on the crew for the credits in Friday Nights.
15th Mar '16 4:43:32 PM Anorgil
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* JugglingLoadedGuns: The Crapshots depict a stick figure looking into the barrel of a gun, together with the sound of a gun being cocked (at the beginning of each Crapshot), and the same figure with its head blasted off (at the end).

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* JugglingLoadedGuns: The Crapshots depict a stick figure looking into the barrel of a gun, together with the sound of a gun being cocked (at the beginning of each Crapshot), and the same figure with its head blasted off (at the end). [[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/view/1950/Crapshots-Ep52-The-Accident "The Accident"]] shows this trope most explicitly.
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