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Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures: Last Bastion Machinima Director Q&A

StraddenStradden Managing EditorHalifax, NSPosts: 6,696Member

Recently, we brought you news of an Age of Conan machinima project called The Last BAstion. Today, MMORPG.com AoC Correspondent Garrett Perkins brings us an interview with the director of that series.

For anyone who doesn't know The Last Bastion - The Chronicles of OSD is a new machinima series of epic proportions. Using the characters, models and stories of a prominent role playing guild in Age of Conan; the Order of the Silver Dragons, it tells the story of their origins and present strife through the eyes of multiple characters. A member of OSD Zsolaith (real name: Zoltan Paul Nagy) put together this huge undertaking in story telling and machinima to create one of the most ambitious machinima movies ever created. Recently I was able to get a few questions in with the brains behind the series to learn the amazing story behind The Last Bastion as well as getting to learn a bit more about what goes into making such a big production.

Read the Last Bastion Machinima Director Q&A

Cheers,
Jon Wood
Managing Editor
MMORPG.com

Comments

  • Wow, for a one man show that's impressive, sure, it is amateur in places, but I can't even imagine the work that went into making 40+ minute machinima, let alone in a game that is a resource hog even before you start running fraps :p

  • ScotScot UKPosts: 5,758Member Uncommon

    Quality work.

    But I did laugh at the politically correct introduction. You have hordes of unknown barbarians marching on you. Do you need to justify taking military action by saying we have tried peaceful overtures and our messengers have been slain?

    Somehow I don’t think those barbarian warriors were coming round for tea and cakes. :)

  • RedmowRedmow Madison, ALPosts: 196Member

     I enjoyed watching the 8 videos.

     Look forward to seeing more.  I always appreciate the hard work people put into stuff like this...good job!

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