History WesternAnimation / Wakfu

29th Nov '16 2:38:16 PM hipsterelephant
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''Wakfu'' is considered a [[SeriesFranchise "cross-media"]], consisting of the animation, the [=MMOG=], and a trading card game. However, the animation has generated four other [[SpinOff Spin-Offs]] by itself: a series of shorts called ''Mini-Wakfu'', which supplies some useful [[AllThereInTheManual background information]] on the two games (''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and ''Wakfu''); a browser-based MMORPG, ''Wakfu: The Guardians'', which uses the same engine as ''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and allows the player to "replay" the episodes of the series through small dungeons, with characters similar in appearance and powers to [[TheHero Yugo]]; a series of graphic novels titled ''Wakfu Heroes''; and a mix between a BeatEmUp and ShootEmUp called ''VideoGame/IslandsOfWakfu'' for the UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade that acts as a {{Prequel}} for the series. Ankama has recently released an English trailer and a [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1836563008/wakfu-the-animated-series?ref=live Kickstarter for a home video release (and English dub) in North America]] -- that raised over ''six times'' the required amount. As of January 19, 2015 both seasons of the English dub are available on Netflix.

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''Wakfu'' is considered a [[SeriesFranchise "cross-media"]], consisting of the animation, the [=MMOG=], and a trading card game. However, the animation has generated four other [[SpinOff Spin-Offs]] by itself: a series of shorts called ''Mini-Wakfu'', which supplies some useful [[AllThereInTheManual background information]] on the two games (''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and ''Wakfu''); a browser-based MMORPG, ''Wakfu: The Guardians'', which uses the same engine as ''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and allows the player to "replay" the episodes of the series through small dungeons, with characters similar in appearance and powers to [[TheHero Yugo]]; a series of graphic novels titled ''Wakfu Heroes''; and a mix between a BeatEmUp and ShootEmUp called ''VideoGame/IslandsOfWakfu'' for the UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade that acts as a {{Prequel}} for the series. Ankama has recently released an English trailer and a [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1836563008/wakfu-the-animated-series?ref=live Kickstarter for a home video release (and English dub) in North America]] -- that raised over ''six times'' the required amount. As of January 19, 2015 both seasons of the English dub are available on Netflix.
Netflix. Netflix is also co-producing the show's third season along side France 4.
9th Nov '16 11:55:07 AM hipsterelephant
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The series currently consists of 52-episodes over the course of two seasons (although one of the creators said that a third might be possible). The first season ended on June 5th, 2010, and included a bonus 27th episode (not included in the slated 52) exploring Nox's past. Season two began airing February of 2011, and a 3 part OVA was released in 2014. Currently, it continues life as a French manga. On June 15, 2015, A third season was announced at the 2015 Annecy Film Festival.

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The series currently consists of 52-episodes over the course of two seasons (although one of the creators said that a third might be possible). The first season ended on June 5th, 2010, and included a bonus 27th episode (not included in the slated 52) exploring Nox's past. Season two began airing February of 2011, and a 3 part OVA was released in 2014. Currently, it continues life as a French manga. On June 15, 2015, A third season was announced at the 2015 Annecy Film Festival.
Festival, and to air sometime in 2017
21st Jun '16 2:23:46 PM StFan
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''Wakfu'' is considered a [[SeriesFranchise "cross-media"]], consisting of the animation, the [=MMOG=], and a trading card game. However, the animation has generated four other [[SpinOff Spin-Offs]] by itself: a series of shorts called ''Mini-Wakfu'', which supplies some useful [[AllThereInTheManual background information]] on the two games (''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and ''Wakfu''); a browser-based MMORPG, ''Wakfu: The Guardians'', which uses the same engine as ''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and allows the player to "replay" the episodes of the series through small dungeons, with characters similar in appearance and powers to [[TheHero Yugo]]; a series of graphic novels titled ''Wakfu Heroes''; and a mix between a BeatEmUp and ShootEmUp called ''VideoGame/IslandsOfWakfu'' for the XboxLiveArcade that acts as a {{Prequel}} for the series. Ankama has recently released an English trailer and a [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1836563008/wakfu-the-animated-series?ref=live Kickstarter for a home video release (and English dub) in North America]] -- that raised over ''six times'' the required amount. As of January 19, 2015 both seasons of the English dub are available on Netflix.

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''Wakfu'' is considered a [[SeriesFranchise "cross-media"]], consisting of the animation, the [=MMOG=], and a trading card game. However, the animation has generated four other [[SpinOff Spin-Offs]] by itself: a series of shorts called ''Mini-Wakfu'', which supplies some useful [[AllThereInTheManual background information]] on the two games (''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and ''Wakfu''); a browser-based MMORPG, ''Wakfu: The Guardians'', which uses the same engine as ''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and allows the player to "replay" the episodes of the series through small dungeons, with characters similar in appearance and powers to [[TheHero Yugo]]; a series of graphic novels titled ''Wakfu Heroes''; and a mix between a BeatEmUp and ShootEmUp called ''VideoGame/IslandsOfWakfu'' for the XboxLiveArcade UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade that acts as a {{Prequel}} for the series. Ankama has recently released an English trailer and a [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1836563008/wakfu-the-animated-series?ref=live Kickstarter for a home video release (and English dub) in North America]] -- that raised over ''six times'' the required amount. As of January 19, 2015 both seasons of the English dub are available on Netflix.



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21st Jun '16 9:20:47 AM Cyborg29
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''Wakfu'' is considered a [[SeriesFranchise "cross-media"]], consisting of the animation, the [=MMOG=], and a trading card game. However, the animation has generated four other [[SpinOff Spin-Offs]] by itself: a series of shorts called ''Mini-Wakfu'', which supplies some useful [[AllThereInTheManual background information]] on the two games (''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and ''Wakfu''); a browser-based MMORPG, ''Wakfu: The Guardians'', which uses the same engine as ''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and allows the player to "replay" the episodes of the series through small dungeons, with characters similar in appearance and powers to [[TheHero Yugo]]; a series of graphic novels titled ''Wakfu Heroes''; and a BeatEmUp called ''Island of Wakfu'' for the XboxLiveArcade that acts as a {{Prequel}} for the series. Ankama has recently released an English trailer and a [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1836563008/wakfu-the-animated-series?ref=live Kickstarter for a home video release (and English dub) in North America]] -- that raised over ''six times'' the required amount. As of January 19, 2015 both seasons of the English dub are available on Netflix.

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''Wakfu'' is considered a [[SeriesFranchise "cross-media"]], consisting of the animation, the [=MMOG=], and a trading card game. However, the animation has generated four other [[SpinOff Spin-Offs]] by itself: a series of shorts called ''Mini-Wakfu'', which supplies some useful [[AllThereInTheManual background information]] on the two games (''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and ''Wakfu''); a browser-based MMORPG, ''Wakfu: The Guardians'', which uses the same engine as ''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'' and allows the player to "replay" the episodes of the series through small dungeons, with characters similar in appearance and powers to [[TheHero Yugo]]; a series of graphic novels titled ''Wakfu Heroes''; and a mix between a BeatEmUp and ShootEmUp called ''Island of Wakfu'' ''VideoGame/IslandsOfWakfu'' for the XboxLiveArcade that acts as a {{Prequel}} for the series. Ankama has recently released an English trailer and a [[http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1836563008/wakfu-the-animated-series?ref=live Kickstarter for a home video release (and English dub) in North America]] -- that raised over ''six times'' the required amount. As of January 19, 2015 both seasons of the English dub are available on Netflix.
13th May '16 8:59:58 AM justanid
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2nd Apr '16 3:01:07 PM WillKeaton
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From a technical point of view, ''Wakfu'' is drawn with vectors using the UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash program, and follows a lot of [[{{Animesque}} anime clichés]], though the final work is quite unique (and tends to be pretty awesome). It is also notable that the series is animated almost entirely in France, which is rare considering the costs of such a production. Ankama's sister company in Japan is responsible for the animation not done by Ankama proper, the bonus episode "Noximilien" was animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}}, and a 52-minute feature on Ogrest was made in collaboration with Creator/StudioGhibli[[note]]with assistance from Madhouse[[/note]].

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From a technical point of view, ''Wakfu'' is drawn with vectors using the UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash program, and follows a lot of [[{{Animesque}} anime clichés]], though the final work is quite unique (and tends to be pretty awesome). It is also notable that the series is animated almost entirely in France, which is rare considering the costs of such a production. Ankama's sister company in Japan is responsible for the animation not done by Ankama proper, the bonus episode "Noximilien" was animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}}, and a 52-minute feature on Ogrest was made in collaboration with Creator/StudioGhibli[[note]]with Creator/StudioGhibli.[[note]]with assistance from Madhouse[[/note]].
Madhouse[[/note]]
20th Dec '15 9:03:00 PM Discar
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* MacGuffinGirl: Dathura, whom both Otomaï and Ogrest wish to repair and bring to life.
19th Nov '15 8:30:32 PM Mullon
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The series currently consists of 52-episodes over the course of two seasons (although one of the creators said that a third might be possible). The first season ended on June 5th, 2010, and included a bonus 27th episode (not included in the slated 52) exploring Nox's past. Season two began airing February of 2011, and a 3 part OVA will be released in 2014. Currently, it continues life as a French manga. On June 15, 2015, A third season was announced at the 2015 Annecy Film Festival.

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The series currently consists of 52-episodes over the course of two seasons (although one of the creators said that a third might be possible). The first season ended on June 5th, 2010, and included a bonus 27th episode (not included in the slated 52) exploring Nox's past. Season two began airing February of 2011, and a 3 part OVA will be was released in 2014. Currently, it continues life as a French manga. On June 15, 2015, A third season was announced at the 2015 Annecy Film Festival.
26th Aug '15 7:24:22 AM Veanne
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** Dathura is the creation of Sadida, the god of PlantPeople. The ''Datura'' is a genus of plant.

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** Dathura is the creation of Sadida, the god of PlantPeople. The ''Datura'' is a genus of plant. A hallucinogenic, poisonous plant. [[FemmeFatale Make of that what you will]].
16th Aug '15 10:56:18 AM nombretomado
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From a technical point of view, ''Wakfu'' is drawn with vectors using the AdobeFlash program, and follows a lot of [[{{Animesque}} anime clichés]], though the final work is quite unique (and tends to be pretty awesome). It is also notable that the series is animated almost entirely in France, which is rare considering the costs of such a production. Ankama's sister company in Japan is responsible for the animation not done by Ankama proper, the bonus episode "Noximilien" was animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}}, and a 52-minute feature on Ogrest was made in collaboration with Creator/StudioGhibli[[note]]with assistance from Madhouse[[/note]].

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From a technical point of view, ''Wakfu'' is drawn with vectors using the AdobeFlash UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash program, and follows a lot of [[{{Animesque}} anime clichés]], though the final work is quite unique (and tends to be pretty awesome). It is also notable that the series is animated almost entirely in France, which is rare considering the costs of such a production. Ankama's sister company in Japan is responsible for the animation not done by Ankama proper, the bonus episode "Noximilien" was animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}}, and a 52-minute feature on Ogrest was made in collaboration with Creator/StudioGhibli[[note]]with assistance from Madhouse[[/note]].
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