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Oh boy, this one..

This is a topic I've left on the backburner for a while because I couldn't think of much to say about it, but with recent events I've decided to put it in the limelight and talk about it.

Let me set up the scenario. You decide to make a Total Pokemon Island show of your own, you write/do the episodes and put them online, you wait for the fans to come and then BAM, you get comments from people who either didn't like the episode, people who think you can do better, or comments from people who got pissed at you for doing something and explain to you why it was a bad idea.

This happens to everyone at some point who's a content creator and if you haven't experienced it yet, you'll probably get it eventually. But don't feel discouraged about these comments, anything can be improved and comments like the second and third example could be used to help you make your TPI better =D

Even if you're one of those people who like to pre-record your show and release an episode a week, these comments could also be used to make your next show/season better than the last.

I bring this up because one of the common issues I see in a TPI are from people who do stupid shit in their shows, get called out for it, are given advice on how to improve their show, but they ignore it and continue to make the same mistakes over and over again.

With these cases, the user is effectively slapping all the critics/viewers in the face because the user refuses to change for the better, and the end result is the user/creator's TPI going down the shitter faster than Moviebob's popularity.

Criticism may be hard to accept at first, but once you accept it, not only will your show get better, but your audience/fans will grow as well =D

But now onto the next point I want to present. A lot of people who do TPI's get criticized by adult fans of TPI's for doing stuff with their shows that doesn't make a lot of logical/common sense and they wonder why they take it seriously.

Well the answer is simple, you are showing them a show designed for a younger audience. Most TPI's that I have seen are designed mainly for Teenagers, they usually don't handle serious adult topics or use adult mentality and they are usually meant for fun.

Now that's not to say that there aren't any TPI's designed for an older audience, but they are a minority when compared to the ones that are designed to be for a Teenage audience.

In other words, most TPI's are kinda like shows such as Gravity Falls, while the more serious TPI's are shows like Batman:TAS, or most shows in the DCAU.

I'm not saying that you have to make your TPI dark and serious, but what I am saying is that if you show this to an adult fan, don't be surprised if they criticize elements like common/logical sense or the gameplay in a TPI.

If you want to keep your TPI as a fun and non-serious series, then my best advice for dealing with comments that deal with logical sense/gameplay from an Adult fan is to ignore them.

That is all I have to say, take care ;)
  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: My Little Reviews: Hearts and Hooves Day
Top 10 Favorite Pokemon TITLE CARD for Shiny.Co by DarkWolfWavius
Top 10 Favorite Pokemon TITLE CARD for Shiny.Co
Since I got bored today, I figured I'd put together a title card for :iconsusanlucariofan16: 's first countdown xD

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Earlier today, I was watching the animated film: Batman: Year One on Netflix and when I finished watching it, a thought came to me. "This movie had a good idea but the execution of the film wasn't that good", and that's when I got the idea to talk about this.

A lot of people who do Total Pokemon Island will come out with ideas that either no one before them thought of or executed well to make their show stand out from the dime-a-dozen TPI's you see on Youtube. While some of these do work out pretty well, the problem comes in for the ideas that are executed terribly.

When this occurs, the results are either the equivalent of slap on the wrist from viewers, or you get harshly criticized by the community if the idea was that bad.

Let me list some examples of this.

Examples
  • Having an alternate personality that barely anyone likes be in control of the body for several episodes(Jenna, Abstogekiss,Frosquire).
  • Hypnotism
  • Have the character rape/fuck another Hot Coffee style.
  • Blackmailing a character but have the blackmail be something minor/not that important in the grand scheme of things.
  • Have your character engage in anything related to a fetish.
  • Having a Robot.

When I see these examples, most of the time its met with either hate, dislike or lack of caring from the viewers and a large reason as to why this happens is largely because of the execution. I've seen Examples 1,2, and 4 work out pretty well with certain TPI creators, but I have not seen a TPI creator execute Examples 3 and 5 work out at all and yet I see these two examples happen every now and again.

It's great to have a unique idea for your show, but sometimes it might be best to keep it in your head if it's an idea that a lot of people will hate.

As someone who has made more than 10 seasons of a TPI, I know that all too well. Now some may argue "But you just said it's great to have a unique idea for your show! How can you say right after that that sometimes it might be best to keep it in your head!"

Because when people aren't on a leash and let their mind roam to certain places, we get stuff like this: Sloberus World(Prologue)It was a day that no one could’ve expected. Multiple worlds have had Pokémon living on those planets, and much like the main world of Pokémon they had suffered various incidents throughout it’s time, but this was something that no one could’ve stopped.
No one knew what was the idea for it or who created it, but one day a deadly virus broke out of a top secret laboratory and quickly became airborne before the scientists could stop it in time. With no one able to stop the virus, it quickly spread throughout the world, infecting the seas as well as the earth around us.
However, this virus was only affecting the Pokémon; the humans were somehow immune to the virus. But instead of this being a sigh of relief for humans, this would only be the calm before the storm, and once that storm hit, the human race would be wiped off the face of this planet.
A few weeks had passed and the infected Pokémon began to feel worse as a result of the virus evolving. Thei



That's right, I initially planned that crap out 4 years ago to be used in my series at a later point. There's a reason why I ditched it because if I did write that in, I would get mauled to pieces faster than throwing a guy into an arena with hungry pitbulls.

So what can be done about this? Well, if you have an idea for your show, maybe try running it by a few of your friends or something. If they don't mind it, then go ahead and do it.

If your mind doesn't go to dark places then maybe ask yourself "Do I really want people to see this?". If your answer is yes, then give it a shot.

That is all I have to say on this, so let me know what you think of this and I'll see you later =D

  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: My Little Reviews: Hearts and Hooves Day
Infinite realities. Infinite possibilities. These factors shape the very universe around us and the worlds that we live in.

However our story begins on a planet very similar to our own: Earth. But unlike our planet, this world is home to humans who evolved from mutated creatures instead of Monkeys.

Some of them have the power to create/take away life, some have the power to control the elements, and some of them can even reach into other dimensions.

One of these humans is Dave, the son of a tall blonde-haired man named Vincent and a medium-sized brown-haired woman named Artemis.

Dave had inherited the same eye color of his father, but his hair color was inherited from his mother.

Growing up, Dave figured out that much like other humans on this planet, he had special abilities as well. By the age of 5, his parents realized that he had inherited his mother’s special ability of controlling fire, and by the age of 7, his father realized that Dave could give an inanimate object life, though only for a few seconds.

After this revelation, Vincent and Artemis spent the next few years teaching their son how to control his special abilities after School and Artemis taught Dave to only use his powers for good.

But while this training was going on, Vincent and Artemis’ marriage was beginning to crack. Vincent didn’t want his son to inherit his abilities and he slowly begun to hate his son for it, which resulted in Vincent and Artemis getting into several fights that ended badly for Artemis since Vincent was much stronger than her.

But although this was going on behind the scenes, Vincent and Artemis still trained their son and acted as if nothing was wrong in order to keep Dave happy. But little did they know, Dave had his own problems that he couldn’t talk to them about.

Dave was a common target for bullies at school. When he wasn’t getting shoved into lockers, he didn’t have many friends to talk to and most of the people he tried to talk too ended up making fun of him.  All of this resulted in Dave being a depressed wreck of a person.

He decided to hold those emotions in instead of telling his parents about this issue because he thought they would treat him as a defected freak and shun him if he told them about this.

But these emotions would eventually come out on his 10th birthday. When he woke up and went downstairs to get some breakfast, he noticed his mother sitting at the table with a cup of coffee in hand and a note.

He was confused by the lack of his father in the room but his mother explained to him that Vincent left them last night after she had another fight with him and he hasn’t been seen since.

After this revelation, Dave breaks down crying, blaming himself for the fights his parents have been having lately and he believes that if it wasn’t for him, they’d still be together. After hearing this, Artemis calms her son down and reassures him that it wasn’t his fault for what happened between her and Vincent.

After this break-down, Dave admitted his problems to his mother and she managed to get him into Therapy to help him deal with his issues. As a result, Artemis found out that Dave had issues with Anxiety and after Dave was able to get over his Depression, Artemis brought him to a doctor to help her son deal with Anxiety.

It took a while but eventually Dave was able to find a way to control his anxiety issues and live a normal life around the time he entered High School.

At this point, he was still bullied and had few friends, but Dave was able to stand up for himself and was able to graduate and move on to College.

As for his mother, she found love again in a Construction worker named Salamanca, who had the power to create objects thanks to his willpower. After Artemis and Salamanca got married, Dave had a Step-Father in his life, as well as a younger step-sister who occasionally fights with him but ultimately cares about her step-brother.

But near the end of his High School year, he had heard about a certain kind of video that a lot of people at the High School were enjoying. They were called Countdowns and this gave Dave the motivation to try it out. But first he had to come up with a name.

It took him a while but he was eventually able to come up with the title of “The Mounty Chief” and made his first Countdown. His first year of making Countdowns wasn’t that great but he kept pushing forward and he slowly got better at it, while also having his share of enemies.

Around his 2nd year of making Countdowns, he tried to bring in a friend to help him by giving a set of Wolf Plushies life but it didn’t work out that well.

But he was eventually able to give an inanimate object life when he tried his ability out on a Riolu and not only was it able to speak, but it was also able to move and have emotions like a human being. Dave was ecstatic, not only was he able to create life, he created life in a Pokemon he liked. He gave this Riolu the name of Tutèúr and they became the best of friends.

Eventually, Dave decided to change his Countdown name to “The Mounty” since he felt the Chief part sounded a little pretentious and he had become friends with more people thanks to this hobby than he ever did in High School.

To this day, Vincent has never been found but Dave doesn’t care about him anymore. He has good friends, a great family and he is looking forward to whatever life has to throw in his way.

The End
The Mounty Chief(Origin Story)
I got bored today, so I decided to give my Countdown Persona: The Mounty Chief/The Mounty an origin story.

Let me know what you think of this and if you have any issues with the story, let me know about them as well =D

Note: As you can expect, The Mounty and I are two different people and this origin story proves that. If you saw my Draw My Life video and then read this, you will notice several differences such as the family issues as well as the name changes.

But ya :P
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Hello everyone, it's Kiriyawave/LeafeonLive.

I decided to post this on Deviantart to try and spread the word about this series as best as I can.

A month after I did those reactions to the first season of Clannad, my friends( :iconfawnthewatermaster: , :iconbayocakes98: , :iconsusanlucariofan16: , :iconpichuxcastform123: , :icontreecko101piplup: , :iconzutzucrobat55: ) and I have begun doing reaction highlights to episodes of Clannad After Story, starting from the 1st episode to the Season Finale.

As of this posting, I am halfway through the season, so expect this journal entry to be updated every now and again to include Episodes 13-24.

And to those who have seen After Story, you will see my reaction to a certain character's dirt-nap ;)

For those interested in checking these out, a link to the Episodes will be provided in this Journal.

Note: These do not contain the full episode, just specific moments of the Episode that my friends and I enjoyed the most from the reaction.

Also, these reactions contain swearing, so viewer discretion is advised for those who don't like swearing.

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  • Listening to: It Has To Be This Way~ Reincarnation Remix
Oh boy, this one..

This is a topic I've left on the backburner for a while because I couldn't think of much to say about it, but with recent events I've decided to put it in the limelight and talk about it.

Let me set up the scenario. You decide to make a Total Pokemon Island show of your own, you write/do the episodes and put them online, you wait for the fans to come and then BAM, you get comments from people who either didn't like the episode, people who think you can do better, or comments from people who got pissed at you for doing something and explain to you why it was a bad idea.

This happens to everyone at some point who's a content creator and if you haven't experienced it yet, you'll probably get it eventually. But don't feel discouraged about these comments, anything can be improved and comments like the second and third example could be used to help you make your TPI better =D

Even if you're one of those people who like to pre-record your show and release an episode a week, these comments could also be used to make your next show/season better than the last.

I bring this up because one of the common issues I see in a TPI are from people who do stupid shit in their shows, get called out for it, are given advice on how to improve their show, but they ignore it and continue to make the same mistakes over and over again.

With these cases, the user is effectively slapping all the critics/viewers in the face because the user refuses to change for the better, and the end result is the user/creator's TPI going down the shitter faster than Moviebob's popularity.

Criticism may be hard to accept at first, but once you accept it, not only will your show get better, but your audience/fans will grow as well =D

But now onto the next point I want to present. A lot of people who do TPI's get criticized by adult fans of TPI's for doing stuff with their shows that doesn't make a lot of logical/common sense and they wonder why they take it seriously.

Well the answer is simple, you are showing them a show designed for a younger audience. Most TPI's that I have seen are designed mainly for Teenagers, they usually don't handle serious adult topics or use adult mentality and they are usually meant for fun.

Now that's not to say that there aren't any TPI's designed for an older audience, but they are a minority when compared to the ones that are designed to be for a Teenage audience.

In other words, most TPI's are kinda like shows such as Gravity Falls, while the more serious TPI's are shows like Batman:TAS, or most shows in the DCAU.

I'm not saying that you have to make your TPI dark and serious, but what I am saying is that if you show this to an adult fan, don't be surprised if they criticize elements like common/logical sense or the gameplay in a TPI.

If you want to keep your TPI as a fun and non-serious series, then my best advice for dealing with comments that deal with logical sense/gameplay from an Adult fan is to ignore them.

That is all I have to say, take care ;)
  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: My Little Reviews: Hearts and Hooves Day

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BeekerMaroo777 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2015  Student General Artist
Fun fact: I managed to rewrite some of the TD season plots through the power of Super Mario.
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DarkWolfWavius Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Cool =D
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Interesting
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happy birthday
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Thanx =)
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welcome
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What's your YouTube name??
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DarkWolfWavius Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Kiriyawave. But for my TPI's, it will be LeafeonLive.
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and thank you very much
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