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Cecil's Journey Script by TyrantisTerror Cecil's Journey Script by TyrantisTerror

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****DOWNLOAD TO READ! WARNING: SPOILERS!****

I haven't posted anything in a while, so I thought I'd post the shooting draft of Cecil's Journey into the Heart of Darkness here for you guys to see. Don't read it if you want to see the movie sans spoilers (though the movie will probably not be done until sometime next year, so it's a long wait).

In retrospect this script and Sweet Home are both very telling about my emotions during my first year in college: they compliment each other very well despite being in completely different genres. Cecil came first and Sweet Home came second, in case you were wondering.

My biggest complaint with Cecil's Journey is the fact that Arowyn didn't get to do enough. I tried to give her a few more scenes, but they detracted too much from Cecil's storyline, and that's supposed to be the focus of the story. To ammend this, I'm already working on a sequel script for Arowyn (and have ideas about an Orogon story as well).

All of the characters were a hoot to write for, especially Gravatak. He's a wonderfully sarcastic bastid of a dragon, isn't he?
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AsciiKing Aug 26, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Great script!
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Thank you kindly!
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OutcastClankzilla Jul 24, 2009  Student General Artist
So Cecil STILL reveres Morkyll?? I'd like to see how he'd react if he was in a human soldier's shoes against the big bastard himself!!:D :XD: :w00t!: :devilish:
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No, by the end of the story Cecil comes to the conclusion that Morkyll pretty much screwed him over. Morkyll literally left him (and the other creatures of darkness) nothing to help themselves regroup in the event of his death, and Cecil finally realizes this when he finds himself unable to raise his master.

Cecil goes on to act the way his idealized vision of Morkyll did - as a benevolent ruler who wishes to bring the Land of Nob to glory.
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OutcastClankzilla Jul 26, 2009  Student General Artist
Say, when you finish your stop-motion films, where do you submit them? Better yet, DO you submit them? :?
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What, you mean like film festivals? I've only submitted once, and it was a school thing. I'll probably submit this one though - which means I'm going to have to look around for a good place for it.
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OutcastClankzilla Jul 26, 2009  Student General Artist
I meant that in terms of online availability. Come on, we want to see your film work!
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:icontyrantisterror:
Youtube. It will be on the youtube.
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OutcastClankzilla Jul 27, 2009  Student General Artist
Oh god, thank you! I REALLY look forward to your films!! :D :D :D :D :D
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trexmaster Aug 13, 2008   Traditional Artist
LOL this was hilarious.

Gravatak was my favorite, by far. Though I have always wondered why dragons covet and hoard treasure. What use would a wild carnivore have for money?
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