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Help Me!!! I Need to Know Everything About MTW
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    Dibbun
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    Help Me!!! I Need to Know Everything About MTW

    I am going crazy because I haven't seen the Martin the Warrior Series. My idiot PBS station took it off before the first episode of Martin the Warrior. A lot of you guys have seen it so can you tell me about it. I need details. What did they look like, How did they act?

    Especially Brome, Celandine, and Ballaw. You've got to tell me all about them

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    President of The Long Patrol Martin the Warrior's Avatar
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    Brome came off like a youngster of about eight or nine. Worked very well for the pacifist scenes, not as great for some of the others. Overall, though, he wasn't done badly.

    Celandine I thought they did a rather well job with and she made a very good prissy squirrel. The only change is that it seemed like Felldoh was responsive to her flirtations, but that's not necessarily a flaw with her character.

    Ballaw was spot on and the quintessential hare, only slightly below Basil.

    For screenshots, I'd suggest swinging by http://www.redwall.tv As I recall, Vitch had quite a few up from MTW.
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    I love you, Martin.




    Please people tell me more

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    Pallum... was a girl. Quite to my dissatisfaction, but I guess there wasn't any real harm done to series. The episode is very touching, which flashbacks from the whole series and Rose singing. Instead of Redwallers from the "Mariel" time telling the story, it was Redwallers after "Mattimeo".
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    Really? cool

    How did they adapt the part where Martin and co. meet the pigmy shrews?

    And the scenes when Celandine flirts with Felldoh. How was he responsive?


    P.S Basil's my hare and he's all mine. My Basil. No one touches him.

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    Martin, rose, and grumm climb up the rocky ledges and then suddenly get captured by a net. Its pretty much like the book, martin and co regains conciousness and pallum is there (except pallum is changed to a girl in the series because there didn't seem to be enough main characters that were a girl) and the queen looked very funny and the pigmy shrew language was hilarious...

    i believe felldoh blushes

    my favorite part of the series was the last episode where rose dies and theres rose's noonvale song as martin wanders off with tears in his eyes....i believe you can watch a clip of that at http://www.redwall.tv/media.html ...download the one titled "Rose's Noonvale Song"
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    Awwww

    The song was great! I loved it. It was sad though. did Rose and Felldoh die the same way as in the book?

    I guess that sums up my questions unless anyone's got some more stuff about it.

    Thanks guys. You have helped me through the tragic doings of the evil PBS station

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    Felldoh died as he was supposed to, as for Rose, uh.
    Instead of being flung at the wall and going *splat* she...
    Spoiler!

    Badrang's death is pretty nifty to. Impaling things is fun.
    Martin, I'm assuming you have MTW on tape, have you updated the RWTV page? *stupidly goes off to check*
    I say, is that a jellyfish?

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    OMG!
    Poor Rose.

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    Well she dies either way, so what are you saying poor Rose for? Oh, and no, FELLDOH DID NOT DIE THE SAME WAY!!! He was mercilessly slaughtered and didn't kill one Vermin! I hate how they dissed him like that. He killed like twenty freakin vermin! On the show, he didn't kill one. Not one! Grr...
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    Well she made it sound worse than the way she dies in the book.

    That stinks, at least let Felldoh kill a few. He deserves to have killed just as many as he did in the book, probably more after the way they treated him.

    I wish I coulda seen it

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    President of The Long Patrol Martin the Warrior's Avatar
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    Martin, I'm assuming you have MTW on tape, have you updated the RWTV page? *stupidly goes off to check*
    Yep, I have all 39 episodes of the series on tape and 2/3 of the movie. I haven't had the chance to review any more episodes lately, but trust me when I say it's really high on my list. Once I finish Matti, I'll be taking a page from Jim Lee's book and will work far enough ahead on MTW that when I start posting them, I can maintain the "one a week" schedule that we started out with. I'm determined to get them done by this summer, though, so... they're coming.
    ~Martin the Warrior~
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    ~The Name of the Wind, Patrick Rothfuss

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    Yay!!
    Martin rules!

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