A Machinima made by a guy named Brandon M. Dennis and his friends, based on World of Warcraft. It follows the adventures of a Tauren, Oxhorn, and his friends.The main parts are Inventing Swear Words, the Myth Arc concering Oxhorn's guild's attempts to get around the World of Warcraft autocensor, and the Assosciate Professor Kills All X (X varies) trilogy, which is Exactly What It Says on the Tin. That, and the musical segments.Unfortunately, due to being married with a child, Brandon M. Dennis retired from making Machinima on July 17, 2013.Tropes included in Oxhorn's Short Shorts:
Alternate Character Interpretation - In "Ox Chop", the Headless Horseman is portrayed as "dying to meet with strangers", and uses cleverly-chopped quotes of his from the game. This meeting can either be considered hilarious or quite disturbing, depending on who you ask. invoked
Applied Phlebotinum - Creating new and !EVIL! forms of phlebotinum is Assosiate Professor Evil's passion.
Early Installment Weirdness - In the first Inventing Swear Words video, Oxhorn is played by Mark Pfaff. In subsequent videos, Oxhorn is played by Brandon M. Dennis himself. (Strangely, Brandon M. Dennis plays Mortuus in that first video.)
The first Orcs in Space video has the voice mannerisms of Dr. Strangeorc and Dink switched compared to Orcs in Space 2 and the Orcs in Space audio skit on the album.
Exactly What It Says on the Tin - Assosciate Professor Evil Kills All Beggars/Gold Farmerssubverts this, as while all of the villainous parties perish, they die at the hands of Barnaby, his pet crab. Assosciate Professor Evil Kills All Ninja Looters, however, is closer to the mark. However, at the point the deed is done, he had already become Lieutenant Colonel Virtue.
Jive Turkey - Subverted by the Master of Euphemisms, who pretty much lives up to his name. Simply put, he doesn't need to use slang to make his point, he can "swear" quite effectively using standard US English (with a southern US accent).
Played straight with Mortuus, who actually pronounces gamer shorthand phonetically.
Keet - Gnomes, espescially the Mighty Morphin' Midget Gnomes.
Justified - he's voiced by a different person (Mark Pfaff), as is Lacy. Mark has trouble going through a normal recording session (as evidenced by the bloopers) and would not like to be the star of a machinima. Nevertheless, Staghorn has starred in a movie where Oxhorn was not even present.