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When Sharm came out with the garrison-themed musical parody All About My Base, I figured it would only be a matter of time before we saw a machinima created for it, and I was right. Music video master Khayllys has done it again, creating another musical machinima that perfectly accompanies Sharm's...

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January 18, 2015 at 6:00PM
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Today's music video machinima comes from Sharm and WoPairs -- Sharm did the singing and WoPairs set it to machinima of some of Warlords of Draenor's gorgeous scenery (with a cameo from Pepe). The song itself is a cover of "Walking in the Air" from the children's movie The Snowman, but it honestly w...

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Work Warning: A little cursing. We shared a video from Rogahar the other day, but this isn't the first collaboration from that master of music machinima. You Stole My Toon features a song by Sharm and incredible graphics from Rogahar. The final scene took 50 hours to render; that's not chump cha...

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This video was created by Nan for Sharm's cover of Young & Beautiful. That's a mouthful, isn't it? While I can't say that the video looks young, it certainly looks beautiful. Lots of warm colors and flowing scenery presents a heat to Sharm's singing, which is as smooth and amazing as we've all ...

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Adam didn't convince me to do Moviewatch today -- I just decided to help myself to the job. I have a soft spot in my heart for machinima, mostly because I've always wanted to be a machinima artist myself. Unfortunately, I'm held back by the fact that I use a Mac. Yeah ... Anyway, today's video...

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Hunter by Sharm is kind of an odd critter. Originally created as an open collaboration, this video obviously features Sharm performing the vocals. And while the song has lingered around a while, it was lacking a video to go with it. Enter Khayllys, who took the song and matched it to some interes...

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Folks who enjoy the World of Warcraft musical scene probably already recognize the names Cranius and Sharm. Individually, these two people have each created huge swaths of music that've inspired WoW players for year. That's why it's so exciting that the two of them are teaming up to release a duo...

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WoW Night is a much older movie from Yumfries, featuring additional vocals from Sharm and Wick, not to mention an appearance from the ineffable Panser. Really, WoW Night is an anthemic salute to every player who looks forward to logging in and killing some internet dragons. This video first hi...

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What do you get when you cross Nananea and Sharm? A musical -- but not just any musical. You get Dragonwrath: A Legendary Musical. Set aside some time, kick your feet up, and relax with an awesome machinima that's truly a breath of fresh, beautiful air. The plot's essentially about getting Dra...

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OK, I know what you're expecting with this video. I'll admit that I was expecting the same thing. You release a song called Like a Boss, and people start looking for synergy, bagels, and forever-alone land masses. That is definitely not this video. Starwarspunk got together with Sharm and perf...

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Work Warning: There's a bit of cursing. Be warned! Who's tired of running ZA to get the darn bear mount already? I'll admit, I've given up. Winning the roll is more difficult than accomplishing the timed run. You can imagine my cathartic relief when Sharm busted out this parody addressing that...

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Break the Trees is a beautiful, cohesive music video; we don't see as many of these as we once did. Sharm provides the vocals, while the animation is created by Khayllys. The video is fairly short, only clocking in a little over two minutes. My only real criticism of this music video is that t...

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The new video from Obsidian Brand and Blue Dragon Productions features the vocal stylings of Sharm. The team was feeling inspired by Portal's theme song, Still Alive, and couldn't help themselves -- they had to convert it over to our beloved WoW. Still Subscribed is somewhere between a love le...

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It's been a while since we've had a re-run of Alexstrasza. As we all get geared up to mount Deathwing and ride him into the ground, it's time we take a moment and look back at the history of the red lady. This video has always been a favorite of mine. Granted, the original song was created by ...

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Work warning: Violence exists in this video. You're as shocked as I am. This video from Bloodvein is a trailer for a rated BG team called Dire Wolves. If you don't recognize the computer's voice, we'll help you out: That's none other than the incredibly talented Sharm. We've seen a lot of guil...

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Draenei by Sharm is sort of a love song to one of the finest races on Azeroth. (That's the draenei, in case that's not clear.) The video was mostly created to apply some images to the song, although the video is obviously mostly centered on the music. The lyrics are just fine; I don't mean to ...

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Why Can't I Raid? was among my first exposures to the talented Sharm (who I called TaintedLore back then). The video itself was created by Leonarddum. While the auto-tune was a tad thick in this performance, that just mirrors the use of auto-tune in Rihanna's Unfaithful. The lyrics paint the h...

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What can you say about I Kissed an Orc? The performance by Sharm is still amazingly strong, and Milly's video is as beautiful as you could want. This video is simply fun and amusing; the machinima has the same sense of fun as the lyrics. We have featured this video previously but felt like a g...

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We don't know about you, but seeing WoW machinima in this clip instead of R.E.M.'s lead singer Michael Stipe is totally fine. And the song -- a rendition of "It's the End of the World" by Nyhm & Sharm -- could be more gracefully sung, sure, but it's really the heart coming through that counts....

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I never usually answer my phone when the number is blocked, but this time, I had a hunch. Swiping across the screen, the gravelly voice immediately came across the line. My eyes narrowed, grip tightening around the metal frame. "We have Gray. You know what we want." This time ... it's personal. ...

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