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The Tekkit Rebirth
Can we just take a moment to talk about how amazingly well-written the script to The Tekkit Rebirth is?
I never could have imagined a Minecraft-let’s play could be that cinematic. I love all of the Yogscast-tekkit-series but Rythian and Zoeys is really something special. They actually set a mood for the different scenes. I don’t know if the constant darkness and rain in Rythians parts are intentional but that together with the music really helps tell the story. And the attention to detail! I can’t even think of any good examples right know because must of the times it’s subtle things that you don’t really see unless you pay attention. But I’m talking about things like placing spiderwebs all over the castle to show how it’s not being taking care of since Zoey left. You can see how just every single thing you see or hear in the videos brings something to the story-telling and how it’s a thought or a purpose behind it. Every time a new episode comes out I’m just mind-blown by the fact that it really has the same elements of a real tv-show or movie put into it but still keeps the fan-interaction that makes YouTube/Internet-content so awesome. Even thought they barely ever address the viewers directly anymore there’s still a communication between us and them : like the little messages Zoey writes in the search-bar or the fact that they incorporate fan-created ideas and headcanons (Enderman-Rythian, latest episode was called the scientist, Zoey and the Blaze-stuff). When you really think about it: there’s so much work and thought put into this serie! I can’t even express how impressed I am.
Good job to anyone involved in the creation of The Tekkit Rebirth!
Screw the haters
Zoey Proasheck and Rythian could make a love story out of Tetris that would rip our feels our of our hearts. The haters are just jelly that they can’t be as imaginative and heart-wrenching. Zoey, Rythian; keep doing what you’re doing. Your fans are right behind you all the way. Long live the S.S. Zoethian and long live the Yogscast.