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Animator Vs Animation
An animator is pitted against his creation, the Animation
That's this work in a nutshell. But the fun part?
The craziness that ensues goes on a higher level each new installment
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by Alan Becker, aka
(who, by now, is not at all a new guy).
This series provides examples of: Animator VS Animation 1 Animator VS Animation 2 Ambiguous Gender: The AIM icon. While the animator and The Chosen One are referred to as male in the artist description, AIM is never referred to with gendered pronouns. An Ice Person: The Chosen One. He freezes Mozilla Firefox with an ice-cold hand blast. The Bad Guy Wins: The animator manages to enslave The Chosen One in the end. Beam-O-War: Between the Adobe Photoshop icon and the Chosen One. Bread, Eggs, Breaded Eggs: The files in the Recycle Bin: "crap", "junk", and "crappy junk". Empowered Badass Normal: The Chosen One, due to the massive power boost the Animator gave him. Given the power that he has, the Animator really should've stopped at "Beast"... Freeze-Frame Bonus: The conversation between the Animator and the programmer. High-Speed Missile Dodge: The Chosen One does this. His Name Is...: The Animator's programmer friend was just about to reveal how to stop the Chosen One when AIM was killed. Hoist by His Own Petard: AIM is killed when the Chosen One throws the open AIM window at him. Shock and Awe: The Chosen One, again. Burns the Flash 8 icon with a storm cloud's lightning bolt. Serial Escalation: In-universe example; When the Animator goes over what power level to make the new Animation, he goes through "victim", "killer", "BEAST", and finally stops on " The Chosen One". Wreathed in Flames: When The Chosen One bursts through its restraints. Animator VS Animation 3 Bullet Seed: The Chosen One eats a chunk of the Animator's essay and spits out letters (that coincidentally spelled out "waddup") at the Animator. Bullet Time: The video uses this frequently. : Defeat Means Friendship After The Chosen One defeated the Dark Lord, they teamed up to get revenge on the animator. Earth-Shattering Kaboom: One of these done by the Dark Lord and The Chosen One at the end. Evil Counterpart: The Dark Lord, who possesses similar abilities to the Chosen One and is a red stick figure. Evil Overlord: Averted with the Dark Lord. He's actually The Dragon, and from the moment of his creation, it's pretty much established as such. Gondor Calls for Aid: The Dark Lord rallies the desktop icons to help fight the Chosen One. Groin Attack: Clippy's tornado attack with the letters does some of this. Heel-Face Turn: The Dark Lord. Hoist by His Own Petard: The Dark Lord and the desktop icons may have stood a better chance of winning had the Animator not left a game of Minesweeper open. : The Dark Lord's very purpose in life was to destroy The Chosen One. Screw Destiny They eventually team up to get revenge on the animator. Shout-Out: Pitting together the Chosen One and the Dark Lord is, of course, one to Harry Potter. Stuff Blowing Up: A Minesweeper game Gone Horribly Wrong. Took a Level in Badass: Mozilla Firefox. In 2, it was quickly subdued with an ice attack. Here, he does more damage. Unexplained Recovery: AIM, who was killed in 2. Since then, it seems the Animator revived them, or he re-installed the program. : Villainous BSOD Literally. The Animator gets a blue screen of death at the end. And he's the Big Bad to boot. What Happened to the Mouse??: Clippy isn't seen again after he gets kicked out of Microsoft Word. Zerg Rush: The desktop icons gang up against the Chosen One. Mixed / All Author Avatar: The Animator is, both literally and In-Universe, noogai. Badass Normal: AIM. Though they end up getting killed, they manage to hold their own against The Chosen One with nothing but their wit and paintbrushes. Big Bad: The Animator, noogai himself. The Chosen One: Used as a "difficulty level" for the Animation in 2 & 3. Parodied in 3, again through the Animation. Cyberspace: Pretty much where the series takes place. First, the Animation and Animator duke it out on the Flash program, causing a lot of damage to the interface. Then, in the latter 2 installments, the Animation hops out of Flash and wreaks havoc on the Animator's ! desktop A God Am I: The Animator is pretty much thinking this, if you consider the fact that he's supposed to be the one calling the shots, and literally the one who allows the computer (and anything on it) to run at all. Gag Dub: By text-to-speech programs. Improbable Weapon User: AIM uses paintbrushes as weapons. Improvised Weapon: Both Victim and The Chosen One use whatever they can use on the desktop as weapons. Medium Awareness Order Versus Chaos: Simply put, Both Sides Have a Point. While Animator was explicitly villainous in the first episode, The Chosen One is pretty destructive even towards bystanders, and the Animator lets the violent little stick figure live (your mileage may vary whether this was a Fate Worse than Death). Come episode three, The Chosen One throws the first punch, and Animator is simply trying to survive. Physical God: Noogai, The Chosen One and The Dark Lord all have god-like power in a way or another. Playing with Fire: The Chosen One in 2 and 3, and the Dark Lord in 3. Also, Firefox. Sealed Badass in a Can: The Chosen One at the end of 2 and into the beginning of 3. Stick Figure Animation: Victim and his clones, the Chosen One, and the Dark Lord. Rage Against the Author: The entire premise is built on this. The Voiceless: Everyone, with the exception of Clippy. Rule of Funny: Noogai did these for comedy. It shows. Rule of Three: There are three installments.