Wild Adventures is an animation which is directed, written and animated by Steven Suptic, who is also known as mlgHwnT, and co-written by Tim Goulette. It is based off and presumably set in the world of Minecraft. It follows the adventures of Steve, Vince and Jeff as they try to stay alive in a server that appears to be falling into ruins, with rather weird occurrences like random earthquakes and a creation of a mob spawner for Ax-Crazy players. Among these events, a wide-scale Zombie Apocalypse is the most severe as it quickly infects most of the population. Steve, Vince and Jeff - along with their new traveling companion Whitey- journey towards a city called North Haven, which Steve believes will grant them safety due to a dream that he had. But North Haven isn't what it seems to be...
Keep in mind that this storyline occurs in Season Two. Season One is actually a series of Let's Plays that is not related to the Season Two animations, so don't confuse the latter with the former.
The series has 11 episodes so far (not counting the pilot), and all of them are at least under 10 minutes. The series is currently being uploaded by Machinima Realm. The pilot and the first three episodes can be viewed here, while the others can be viewed here. However, Steven has confirmed that the series would be scrapped to make way for his other projects, leaving the series with No Ending.
Tropes that describe Wild Adventures
- Atomic F-Bomb: Jeff lets an impressive one loose at the end of Episode 4. Whitey had smashed the egg ,which was the only food that they could find.
- Author Avatar: Steve for mlgHwnT, Vince for DeliVince and Jeff for FilmyzMC.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Colonel Googey is a mercenary hired by King Stamos on par with Whitey's level of bizarreness, but he's more than capable of keeping up with our heroes.
- The Bus Came Back: Vince is shown in Episode 5's Cold Open, but he don't actually interact with Steve, Jeff and Whitey until Episode 6.
- Canon Discontinuity: The pilot for the rest of the series, according to Word of God.
- Cerebus Syndrome: As the series progresses, the plot becomes much darker. North Haven isn't the place of safety that it seems to be.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: Jeff for Whitey for almost the entirety of episode 4, when the two of them are separated from Steve after the car crash.
- Vince and Jeff both feel this way towards Steve, they think that they have to watch him otherwise he'll get himself killed.
- Creation Myth: The story of "Admin and Eve". Admin and Eve created the world, the sun and the moon together. Later, Admin splits Eve into half against her will, thus creating the Builder and the Destroyer. This made it so that creation would not be without destruction, thus keeping the whole server in balance. However, despite it not being in the actual story, the legend goes on to say that if the server fell into ruin, mass disasters would happen.
- Culture Police: North Haven's guards forbid reading books, even blocking off an entire district full of libraries and museums from public access. One particular guard curious enough to sneak into said district tells Jeff his brother was taken away from him just because he owned a picture book.
- Downer Ending: Whitey is killed by Stamos's forces, albeit not by his command but by his Dragon's, and Steve and Vince are Forced to Watch, with no hope of their escape from North Haven.
- Drama Bomb: Episode 3 serves as this. It tells the story of "Admin and Eve" and features Steve having a dream that tells him to go to North Haven, which kicks off the main plot.
- Killed Off for Real: The man that Jeff meets in the giant zombie's den, and later Whitey.
- Lighter and Softer/ Breather Episode: Episode 3. Unlike Episodes 1 and 2, it doesn't feature much violence. The homosexual subtext between Kuledud3 and Sky Does Minecraft, with the latter being implied to be Steve's Old Flame, makes it more hilarious to watch.
- Manchild : Whitey acts like one.
- Mr. Exposition: FISChER, the robot that they encounter in the museum in Episode 8, serves this purpose. When Whitey tries to put toast in it, it malfunctions, which causes it to switch personalities.
- No Name Given: The stranger that briefly takes refuge in Sky's house in Episode 3.
- Sage's traveling companion. Heck, the credits just list him as "Mysterious White Clothed Character".
- Non Sequitur : Whitey has a tendency to spout these.
- Pilot: The pilot of Wild Adventures is not related to the rest of the series. This is because it does not contribute to the main story-line at all and was basically a test of what the series could be.
- Politically Incorrect Hero: Jeff angrily calls the Stranger a "limp-dick faggot" upon meeting him, but it is said more out of sheer frustration due to dealing with Whitey's stupidity only seconds ago rather than out of genuine prejudice.
- Potty Failure: Whitey at the end of episode 3."I peed the bed."
- Put on a Bus: Vince, for Episodes 3 and 4. This is handwaved by Jeff in-universe: he explains that Vince had gotten off the minecart to pee and Steve just kept driving. The latter only noticed his absence when they had reached Sky's house.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Vince gives one to Steve in Episode 6.
- R-Rated Opening: For Episodes 4 and 5. The former has Sage shooting a little kid, while the latter features an execution (by hanging). This signifies the start of the series's Cerebus Syndrome.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!:Steve: "You don't have to outrun the bear, just outrun your friends!"
- Temporarily a Villain: Vince becomes part of King Stamos' guards in Episode 5. Fortunately, he immediately abandons his position when he runs into his friends in Episode 6.
- The Load: Whitey is this for Jeff, Steve and Vince.
- Violent Glaswegian: FISChER acts this way after he malfunctions, complete with a Scottish accent.
- Wham Episode: Episode 4. North Haven is actually ruled by a corrupted king, who refuses to grant safety to Jeff, Steve and Whitey and forcibly makes them his prisoners. There are all sorts of atrocities committed in the city, with guards shooting and torturing civilians should they break just one of the incredibly strict rules imposed by the king and the civilians are used as slaves, forced to work hard everyday.