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When that Fallout video turned out to be a hoax, Pudricks channeled his disappointment into this bizarre video about dancing gnomes. I can't help but notice some Soosdonian overtones to this gnome feature, but that could just be the subject matter. Since this is the first non-raid video from the ma...

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Observant players may have noted we haven't seen any wild and crazy introductions to raid videos out of Fifth Element lately. That would be because the creators of these remarkable videos have since moved on to a different rading guild called Belligerent. Luckily for all of us, they have begun mak...

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It's a little-known secret that Batman Beyond remains one of the best Bat-reimaginations we've seen. Clinging to continuity with a tenuous but resilient grasp, Batman Beyond captures some of the best bat-themes and bat-ideas. You can imagine my thrill when I saw Fifth Element's bat-video, Batman...

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It's the return of Fifth Element with an homage one of the most... niche cartoons of the last 20 years. You either loved the WildCats or you hated them. Or, maybe, you didn't notice them. Regardless, Fifth Element reached deep into the caves of creativity and translated its unique rap opening into ...

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I hate to think that Fifth Element will run out of bosses to kill. Their raid trailers have become legend, and I look forward to new content just so that we might never run out of these amazing videos. This opening is styled after the iconic opening to Lord of War. Fifth Element did an astound...

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Fifth Element keeps on delivering. This time, their opening portrays the crack raid team as those legendary Gargoyles. These videos are like taking a long, pleasant drink of nostalgia lemonade on a warm summer Saturday morning. My hat is continually off to these guys for the mind-blowing animatio...

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Here's another incredible video from Fifth Element. This time riffing on Fallout, the 2 minute intro features all the nostalgic awesome you could possibly want. I'm continually impressed by how these guys manage to kick out these amazing videos, one after another. This video features a special...

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It looks like Fifth Element laid low the boss known as Tortos, and they've created another astounding video to celebrate. Their machinima continues to be as amazing as ever. And while I could go on and on about how much I loved this video, I think I'll just quote Anne Stickney: This is EVERYTH...

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Those mad geniuses from Fifth Element are back with Dinosaucers: Horridon. Not only do I thoroughly love all of the animation in this video, but it brought me some real validation. I'd started to worry that I was the only person who remembered my beloved Dinosaucers. Clearly, that isn't the case....

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I've turned into a Fifth Element fan. No, not the movie. I'm talking about the guild that keeps kicking out these amazing raid videos. This one's for Jin'rokh and the opening is obviously based on Skyrim. And while I'm obviously mostly obsessively rewatching the opening of the video, I have to ad...

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This installment of All the World's a Stage is the twenty-first in a series of roleplaying guides in which we find out all the background information you need to roleplay a particular race or class well, without embarrassing yourself. There's something about shamans that gets us thinking and talkin...

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If you read the site (and if you don't read the site you're not reading this now, so I suppose it doesn't matter) then you may have seen yesterday's minimalist beta build notes and the relative storm of comments they created. If not, and if you're terribly opposed to clicking a link, I'll go over ...

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