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Encyclopedia > Red vs. Blue
Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles

Red vs. Blue official promotional image.
Engines Halo: Combat Evolved
Halo 2
Halo 3
Halo 3 (beta engine)
Marathon Trilogy
Genre Comic science fiction
Running time Five minutes per episode (average)
Created by Burnie Burns
Matt Hullum
Geoff Ramsey
Gustavo Sorola
Jason Saldaña
Voices Burnie Burns
Jordan Burns
Yomary Cruz
Rebecca Frasier
Dan Godwin
Joel Heyman
Matt Hullum
Geoff Ramsey
Ed Robertson
Jason Saldaña
Gustavo Sorola
Nathan Zellner
Kathleen Zuelch
Releases April 1, 2003June 28, 2007
Formats DivX, WMV, QuickTime, DVD, Flash
Number of episodes 100, excluding special videos
Website
http://rvb.roosterteeth.com/

Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles, often abbreviated as RvB, is a machinima comic science fiction video series created by Rooster Teeth Productions and distributed primarily through the Internet and DVD. The series chronicles the story of two opposing teams of soldiers fighting a civil war in the middle of a desolate box canyon (Blood Gulch), in a parody of first-person shooter (FPS) games, military life, and science fiction films. Initially intended to be a short series of six to eight episodes, the project quickly and unexpectedly achieved significant popularity following its Internet premiere on April 1, 2003. Rooster Teeth therefore decided to extend the series; the fifth and final season ended with episode 100, released on June 28, 2007. Map of results by state of the 2004 U.S. presidential election, representing states won by the Democrats as blue and those won by the Republican Party as red. ... Image File history File linksMetadata No higher resolution available. ... 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Red vs. Blue emerged from Burnie Burns' voice-over-enhanced gameplay videos of Bungie Studios' FPS video game Halo: Combat Evolved. The series is primarily produced using the machinima technique of synchronizing video footage from a game to pre-recorded dialogue and other audio. Footage is mostly from the multiplayer modes of Halo: Combat Evolved and its sequels, Halo 2 and, on a few off-series 'community videos,' Halo 3, on the Microsoft Xbox and Xbox 360 video game consoles. Michael Burnie Burns (born 1973) is an independent filmmaker living in Texas. ... A voice-over is a narration that is played on top of a video segment, usually with the audio for that segment muted or lowered. ... Bungie is an American video game developer founded in May 1991 under the name Bungie Software Products Corporation (more popularly shortened to Bungie Software) by two undergraduate students at the University of Chicago, Alex Seropian and Jason Jones. ... This article is about video games. ... Computer and video games redirects here. ... Halo: Combat Evolved, or simply Halo, is a video game in the first-person shooter (FPS) genre, created by the Microsoft-owned Bungie Studios. ... A scene from the popular machinima series Red vs. ... A multiplayer game is a video game in which more than one person can play the same game at the same time. ... For other uses, see Sequel (disambiguation). ... Halo 2 is a science fiction first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie Studios. ... For the Nine Inch Nails release, see Head Like a Hole. ... Microsoft Corporation, (NASDAQ: MSFT, HKSE: 4338) is a multinational computer technology corporation with global annual revenue of US$44. ... The Xbox is a sixth generation era video game console produced by Microsoft Corporation. ... It has been suggested that Xbox 360 Elite be merged into this article or section. ... Game console redirects here. ...


Both within the machinima community and among film critics, Red vs. Blue has been generally well-received. Praised for its originality, the series has won four awards from the Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences. It has been credited with bringing new popularity to machinima, helping it to gain more mainstream exposure, and attracting more people to the art form. Graham Leggat, former director of communications for Lincoln Center's film society, described Red vs. Blue as "truly as sophisticated as Samuel Beckett."[1] While special videos continue to be released online, the completed series is also available on DVD, making the series one of the first commercially released and successful machinima products. Rooster Teeth has created videos, some under commission from Microsoft, for special events, and Red vs. Blue content is included with the Legendary Edition of Halo 3. The Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences (AMAS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and advocacy of the machinima industry. ... The Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center. ... Samuel Barclay Beckett (13 April 1906 – 22 December 1989) was an Irish dramatist, novelist and poet. ... Microsoft Corporation, (NASDAQ: MSFT, HKSE: 4338) is a multinational computer technology corporation with global annual revenue of US$44. ... For the Nine Inch Nails release, see Head Like a Hole. ...


Rooster Teeth have also announced a new series, entitled Red vs Blue: Reconstruction, due to be released later this year.

Contents

Plot

Red vs. Blue centers on the Red and Blue Teams, two groups of soldiers engaged in a civil war. Each team occupies a small base in a box canyon known as Blood Gulch. According to Simmons (Gustavo Sorola), one of the Red Team soldiers, each team's base exists only in response to the other team's base. Although both teams generally dislike each other and have standing orders to defeat their opponents and capture their flag, neither team's soldiers are usually motivated to fight each other- if they are otherwise, neither are efficient. Teammates have an array of eccentric personalities and often create more problems for each other than for their enemies. Private First Class Dick Simmons is a main fictional character in the machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Gustavo Sorola, nicknamed Gus, is a staff member and frequent voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions machinma series, including Red vs Blue, The Strangerhood, and PANICS. A running joke in Red vs Blue is that his character of Simmons (who insists he is Dutch-Irish) is teased by others to... For other uses, see Capture the flag (disambiguation). ...


The main Red vs. Blue storyline spans five seasons, the most recent beginning publicly on October 2, 2006.[2] Rooster Teeth periodically releases self-referential public service announcements (PSAs) and holiday-themed videos, which are generally unrelated to the main storyline. In these videos, the members of both teams claim to be actors on the Red vs. Blue series itself, but maintain their Blood Gulch Chronicles personalities. On June 16, 2006, Burns announced a five-part mini-series, Red vs. Blue: Out of Mind, which chronicles the adventures of the mercenary Tex (Kathleen Zuelch) after her disappearance in season 4. The mini-series premiered exclusively on the Xbox Live Marketplace,[3] but Rooster Teeth later made it available on their official site.[4] is the 275th day of the year (276th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... A public service announcement (PSA) or community service announcement (CSA) is a non-commercial advertisement typically on radio or television, ostensibly broadcast for the public good. ... is the 167th day of the year (168th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... For other uses, see Mercenary (disambiguation). ... Freelancer Allison Tex is a main fictional character in the machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Kathleen Zuelch is a production manager and voice actor most notable for her role as the voice of the fictional character Tex in the Red vs. ... This is a list of episodes for season 4 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... Xbox Live Marketplace Logo The Xbox Live Marketplace (XBLM) is a virtual market designed for Microsofts Xbox 360 console that allows Xbox Live members to download purchased or promotional content. ...


Although the background of Red vs. Blue is primarily taken from Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2, its creators consciously limit connections to Bungie's Halo fictional universe. A special video made for E3 2003 portrays Master Chief, the protagonist of the Halo series, as a larger-than-life member of the army, and the Red vs. Blue trailer and first episode establish that the series is set between the events of the two games. Beyond these references, however, the series follows an independent storyline, which, according to Burns, is intended to make it accessible to those unfamiliar with the games. For example, even though the season 4 and season 5 casts include characters from the alien Covenant Elite race, Rooster Teeth never portrays those characters in their original Halo context.[5] The Halo universe is a fictional setting for the video games Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, the future games Halo 3 and Halo Wars, and the books related to the Halo series. ... E³ logo The Electronic Entertainment Expo, commonly known as E³, was an annual trade show for the computer and video games industry presented by the Entertainment Software Association. ... Master Chief Petty Officer John-117, commonly called Master Chief and John alternatively, is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Halo universe, created by Bungie Studios, and is a player character in the trilogy of science fiction first-person shooter video games Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2... It has been suggested that Covenant Vehicles in Halo be merged into this article or section. ... Movie trailers are film advertisements for films that will be exhibited in the future at a cinema, on whose screen they are shown; they are commonly known as previews of coming attractions. ... This is a list of episodes for season 5 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... A Covenant Elite from Halo: Combat Evolved. ...

A scene from Red vs. Blue. From left to right: Simmons, Grif, Sarge, Donut, Tex's future robot body, Sheila (the tank), Caboose, and Church.
A scene from Red vs. Blue. From left to right: Simmons, Grif, Sarge, Donut, Tex's future robot body, Sheila (the tank), Caboose, and Church.

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Season 1

April 1, 2003September 28, 2003: episodes 1–19

The indifference in Blood Gulch is disrupted by the introduction of new characters. Donut (Dan Godwin) joins the Red Team; on his first day, he captures the Blue flag when his new teammates, Grif (Geoff Ramsey) and Simmons (Gustavo Sorola) send him on a fool's errand during the absence of the team leader, Sarge (Matt Hullum). Meanwhile, a rookie named Caboose (Joel Heyman) and a battle tank named Sheila (Yomary Cruz) join the Blue Team and accidentally kill the group's self-appointed leader, Church (Burnie Burns). At the request of Tucker (Jason Saldaña) and Caboose, Blue Command hires a mercenary named Tex to help. Church briefly returns as a ghost to warn his teammates about Tex, who soon arrives but is captured after returning the flag. Church again appears to the Blues to explain that Tex is actually his former girlfriend, whose mind is partially controlled by a psychotic artificial intelligence (AI). He organizes a rescue mission and succeeds, but decides to keep Tex stationed in Blood Gulch long enough for him to remove the AI. Church possesses the Red Team's robot, Lopez (Burnie Burns), to warn them of Tex's next attack, but is unable to stop Donut from mortally wounding her with a grenade. Church runs to her side, stealing Lopez's body in the process. Just before she dies, she informs Church that her AI is gone. Meanwhile, Caboose ominously insists that his real name is O'Malley.[6] This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... is the 91st day of the year (92nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 271st day of the year (272nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Private Franklin Delano Donut is a main fictional character in the science fiction machinima comic series Red vs. ... Dan Godwin is a staff member and frequent voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions machinima series, including Red vs Blue and The Strangerhood. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... Private Dexter Grif is a main fictional character in the machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Geoff Ramsey, previously Geoff Fink (before taking his wifes name), often posts under the handle gfunk, is a staff-member and voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions machinma series, including Red vs Blue and The Strangerhood. ... Private First Class Dick Simmons is a main fictional character in the machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Gustavo Sorola, nicknamed Gus, is a staff member and frequent voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions machinma series, including Red vs Blue, The Strangerhood, and PANICS. A running joke in Red vs Blue is that his character of Simmons (who insists he is Dutch-Irish) is teased by others to... Fools Errand redirects here. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long. ... Matt Hullum at the FMX 2005 Festival Matt Hullum (born September 29, 1974) is an independent filmmaker in Buda, Texas. ... Private Michael J. Caboose is a main fictional character in Rooster Teeth Productions machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Joel Heyman Joel Heyman is a voice actor who is frequently used in Rooster Teeth Productions machinima series, including Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... Yomary Cruz is an American actress known as the voice of Sheila from the comic science fiction machinima video series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... Private Leonard L. Church is a main fictional character in Rooster Teeth Productions machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Michael Burnie Burns (born 1973) is an independent filmmaker living in Texas. ... Private First Class[1] Lavernius Tucker is a main fictional character in the machinima science fiction comedy video series Red vs. ... Jason Saldaña Jason Saldaña, otherwise known as Poop, is a member and voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions. ... AI redirects here. ... For other uses, see robot (disambiguation). ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ...


Season 2

January 3, 2004June 11, 2004: episodes 20–38

Three months after Tex's death, DuFresne (Matt Hullum), a medic soon nicknamed "Doc," arrives in the canyon on loan to both armies due to a lack of resources, but is soon rejected by both teams due to his annoying personality. Meanwhile, Church eventually loses control of his stolen robot body. Tex returns as a ghost and informs the Blues that her evil, megalomaniacal AI, O'Malley (various),[7] had transferred itself to Caboose just before her death. Church and Tex enter Caboose's mind and force out O'Malley, but the AI takes control of Doc. Later, the Blues capture Donut, and Sarge decides to build new robot bodies for Church and Tex in exchange for his return. Meanwhile, Sheila and Lopez form their own robot army and attend the exchange to conquer the Blues. During the ensuing standoff, Tucker discovers that both teams are apparently secretly controlled by the same Command; they have a common contact named Vic (Burnie Burns). O'Malley suddenly appears, kidnaps Lopez, and escapes with him through a teleporter. The Red and Blue Teams call a truce and team up to pursue O'Malley.[6] However, the teleporter malfunctions,[8] and the teams become scattered across various locations outside Blood Gulch.[9] This is a list of episodes for season 2 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... is the 3rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 162nd day of the year (163rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This article is about the title or occupation. ... Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), a term first used by Heinz Kohut in 1971[1], is a form of pathological narcissism acknowledged in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in 1980, in the edition known as DSM III-TR. Narcissistic personality disorder is characterized by extreme focus on oneself... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... A white flag is traditionally used to represent a truce. ...


Season 3

October 12, 2004May 18, 2005: episodes 39–57

On behalf of Vic, O'Malley hires a mercenary, Wyoming (Matt Hullum), to kill Tucker and thus keep the secrecy of the apparent Command conspiracy. The Red and Blue Teams regroup on Sidewinder and confront O'Malley, but a bomb built into Church's robot body propels everyone, except Church, into the future (represented by Halo 2); Church is thrown into the past (represented by the Marathon Trilogy). In the future, the Reds and Blues battle O'Malley at his new fortress but become trapped inside with an active time bomb, who is later revealed to be a sentient, foul-mouthed entity named Andy (Nathan Zellner). In the past, Church waits one thousand years until Gary, a computer he met, can teleport him back to Blood Gulch. He arrives before the events of the first episode and attempts to prevent the problems of seasons 1 and 2, but realizes that his own actions caused these issues, and eventually travels to Sidewinder to be blown into the future with everyone else. He arrives just in time to ask Gary, who remains in the fortress, to stop Andy's detonation. O'Malley soon lays siege to his captured fortress with an army of robots. However, an unknown being destroys the army and then confronts O'Malley himself. Unknown to the Blues, the Reds leave mid-battle and arrive back at Blood Gulch. The season ends as a creature creeps up on an unsuspecting Church.[10] This is a list of episodes for season 3 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... is the 285th day of the year (286th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 138th day of the year (139th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... The Marathon Trilogy is a science fiction series of first-person shooter computer games from Bungie Software, originally released for the Macintosh. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ...


Season 4

August 29, 2005April 1, 2006: episodes 58–77

As the Red Team re-explores Blood Gulch, Simmons is briefly exiled from the Red team, and paints himself Blue in anger. Back at the fortress, the Blue Team learns through Andy's translating that the new Alien (Nathan Zellner) is on a sacred quest to become ruler of his people and has come to retrieve The Great Weapon, an energy sword. However, Tucker has found the weapon first, and now only he can use it. The Alien forces Tucker, Andy, and Caboose to partake of his quest; Tex trails and later joins them. Wyoming re-appears, however, and kills the Alien, before fleeing with Tex in pursuit. Meanwhile, Church returns to Blood Gulch and encounters the blue Simmons, whom he pretends not to recognize, and accidentally contacts Vic Jr. (Burnie Burns), a distant descendant of Vic who informs Church about past events. Simmons returns to the Red Base to relay Vic Jr.'s information, while the quest team returns to Blood Gulch. Tucker becomes ill, and Church calls Doc, whom O'Malley still controls, for help. After Doc diagnoses Tucker with male pregnancy, Andy reveals that the Alien had impregnated Tucker through parasites, and the latter gives birth off-screen. O'Malley leaves Doc after Sarge contacts Command for reinforcements, and a ship immediately crashes into the gulch, on top of Donut.[11] This is a list of episodes for season 4 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... is the 241st day of the year (242nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 91st day of the year (92nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... In general, diagnosis (plural diagnoses) has two distinct dictionary definitions. ... This article is about pregnancy in male organisms. ...


Out of Mind

Main article: Red vs. Blue: Out of Mind
June 16, 2006September 4, 2006: Parts 1-5

Set after the events of episode 71, the five-part Out of Mind mini-series chronicles Tex's pursuit of Wyoming as she tracks him to O'Malley's base. The story then flashes back to detail the implantation of the AI Omega (who would become O'Malley) into Tex. After the flashback, Tex enlists another soldier from the same implantation process, York, to help infiltrate the base. As they do so, they become caught in a fight with Wyoming and two henchmen. York is fatally wounded, but Tex, with the aid of Delta, York's AI, corners Wyoming. The mini-series ends as Tex attacks Wyoming so that she can discover O'Malley's current host.[12] is the 167th day of the year (168th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 247th day of the year (248th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This is a list of episodes for season 4 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... In literature, film, television and other media, a flashback (also called analepsis) is an interjected scene that takes the narrative back in time from the current point the story has reached. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ...


Season 5

October 2, 2006June 28, 2007: episodes 78–100

Donut has fallen into an underground cave from the force of the craft's weight, unknown to the Reds. Grif's sibling, Sister (Rebecca Frasier), emerges from the ship, though it is revealed to Grif and Simmons she is meant to be on the Blue Team after the death of Captain Butch Flowers, who was accidentally killed by the time-traveling Church. Grif gives Sister up, reasoning that she wouldn't be safe if Sarge learned her true alliance. The Reds soon discover the underground cavern and find Donut alive; and find an underground surveillance computer spying on Blood Gulch. Meanwhile, the Blues decide to move Sheila's AI to the crashed ship following malfunction in the tank, and deal with Tucker's birth of the alien child, Junior (Jason Saldaña). Tex returns, and it is revealed that Gary is Wyoming's AI, as O'Malley was to Tex, and built Wyoming a teleporter to escape Tex's questioning in Out of Mind. Vic contacts the Blues, urging them to attack Red Base via the caves; instead, they split up. This is a list of episodes for season 5 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... is the 275th day of the year (276th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 179th day of the year (180th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ...


Caboose tends to Sheila as Doc, Junior, and Sister go through the caves alone, and find Lopez, who had returned to the Gulch with O'Malley. The group is then confronted by O'Malley's new host, a revived Captain Flowers. Church, Tucker and Tex meanwhile attack the Red Base head on, and are ambushed by Wyoming and Gary, the latter of whom now inhabits the Blue tank. Wyoming uses his secret ability to rewind segments of time in order to defeat the Blues as efficiently as possible, but Tucker, who is somehow aware of the time anomalies because of the sword, stabs and kills him before he can rewind time again. It is revealed that Junior is the supposed ruler of the aliens from the sacred quest of season 4, and that the villains intend to exploit the Alien race through him. Tex, realizing an opportunity to win the war by enslaving the aliens, coaxes O'Malley into infecting her, and enters the ship with Lopez and Junior. However, the Reds have placed Andy on the ship, and an explosion is seen. The survivors return to their bases and echo dialogue from the first episodes.[13][12]


Recovery One

Main article: Red vs. Blue: Recovery One

Continuing the plot shortly after Out of Mind, Agent Washington (aka "Recovery One") Is sent to retrieve the Delta AI from York's body, but soon finds himself under fire from Wyoming, who flees. With the mission a relative success, Washington is given a new destination by a voice on the radio, and asks for the coordinates.


He later encounters the twin Freelancers South and North; the latter having been killed earlier and his AI, Theta, removed. Washington is ordered to find Theta and eliminate South to contain the situation. He spares South in order to enlist her help in defeating an unknown enemy that has been hunting the remaining freelancers.


The Delta AI then implants in South, who betrays Agent Washington, and convices her attacker to steal his enhancements instead of following her and Delta. She is then later heard conversing with Washington's old leader, who instructs South to return to base, but she refuses, saying that she already has her AI, and flies away.


Reconstruction

On April 4, 2008, Burnie Burns announced a new series, Red vs Blue: Reconstruction.[14] A trailer released alongside the announcement portrayed two agents investigating an incident at a military outpost, which had resulted in the annihilation of the forces stationed there. The agents find a cryptic message in the base that read "We are the meta," and are later attacked by an unseen or invisible foe. It should be noted that this series will be the first of RoosterTeeth's that will be filmed on the Halo 3 engine.


The credits state that the new series will star voices from the original Blood Gulch Chronicles, including Burnie Burns, Rebecca Frasier, Yomary Cruz, Dan Godwin, Joel Heyman, Matt Hullum, Geoff Ramsey, Jason Saldaña, Gustavo Sorola, Nathan Zellner, and Kathleen Zuelch.[15]


Characters

The Red Team, from left to right: Sarge, the Warthog (jeep), Grif (Warthog driver's seat), Simmons (Warthog gunner), and Donut.
The Red Team, from left to right: Sarge, the Warthog (jeep), Grif (Warthog driver's seat), Simmons (Warthog gunner), and Donut.

Red vs. Blue features characters whose personalities are skewed in different ways and to varying degrees. Character interaction and dialogue, rather than action, drive much of the story.[16] The series has revolved around eight main characters, four on each team. Several other characters, both team-affiliated and unaffiliated, human and non-human, have played significant roles at various points in the story. Image File history File links RvB_Reds. ... Image File history File links RvB_Reds. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... Private Dexter Grif is a main fictional character in the machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Private First Class Dick Simmons is a main fictional character in the machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Private Franklin Delano Donut is a main fictional character in the science fiction machinima comic series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ...


Main characters

Sarge is the staff sergeant[17] and leader of the Blood Gulch Red Team. A military man with a Southern United States accent, he is the only Blood Gulch soldier on either team consistently serious about the Red versus Blue civil war. His sociopathic battle plans often entail unnecessary casualties of his own men, especially Grif. Dexter Grif is habitually lazy, irresponsible, and uninsightful. These characteristics earn him the disrespect and ridicule of both Sarge and Dick Simmons, Sarge's sycophantic, insecure, right-hand man. Despite this, Simmons and Grif are often seen together, either chatting or bickering. Franklin Delano Donut is the eager rookie who joins the team in episode 3. He tends to annoy his teammates with his naïveté, garrulousness, and cheerfulness and becomes more effeminate and childish as the series progresses. United States Military Staff Sergeant insignia (U.S. Air Force) Staff Sergeant is the fifth enlisted rank in the U.S. Air Force, just above Senior Airman and below Technical Sergeant. ... The military man is a stock character who is symbolic, for better or for worse, of the military. ... // Southern American English as defined by the monophthongization of to before obstruents (Labov, Ash, and Boberg 2006:126). ... Antisocial personality disorder (APD) is a psychiatric condition characterized by an individuals common disregard for social rules, norms, and cultural codes, as well as impulsive behavior, and indifference to the rights and feelings of others. ... A casualty is a person who is the victim of an accident, injury, or trauma. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... Insecurity is either danger, i. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Assistant. ... This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... This article includes a list of works cited or a list of external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks in-text citations. ...

The Blue Team, from left to right: Tucker, Sheila (the tank), Caboose (in Sheila's cockpit), Church, and Tex.
The Blue Team, from left to right: Tucker, Sheila (the tank), Caboose (in Sheila's cockpit), Church, and Tex.

Leonard L. Church is the cynical de facto leader of the Blue Team. Often shouldering the responsibility of actually solving the various crises that the Blood Gulch teams encounter, he often ends up taking their brunt, leaving him increasingly disillusioned and antisocial. His serious, reasoned approach conflicts with the personalities of Lavernius Tucker and Michael J. Caboose. The former is snide, averse to work and battle, and obsessed with women; the latter, although physically strong, exhibits ever-increasing degrees of stupidity and childishness throughout the series, to a point of a virtual divorce from reality. Tex, Church's former girlfriend, is hired by Blue Command to join the team as a mercenary in episode 10. Able to eliminate entire teams of soldiers by herself, she is described as "the most lethal soldier in Blood Gulch."[18] Image File history File links RvB_Blues. ... Image File history File links RvB_Blues. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... Private First Class[1] Lavernius Tucker is a main fictional character in the machinima science fiction comedy video series Red vs. ... This is a list of characters in the machinima series Red vs. ... Private Michael J. Caboose is a main fictional character in Rooster Teeth Productions machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Private Leonard L. Church is a main fictional character in Rooster Teeth Productions machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... Freelancer Allison Tex is a main fictional character in the machinima comic science fiction video series Red vs. ... This article is about the current understanding of the word cynicism. ... De facto is a Latin expression that means in fact or in practice. It is commonly used as opposed to de jure (meaning by law) when referring to matters of law or governance or technique (such as standards), that are found in the common experience as created or developed without... For other uses, see Mercenary (disambiguation). ... This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ...


Significant supporting characters

  • Lopez: A robot built by Sarge that, due to a damaged voice card, can only speak Spanish. After the explosion that propels the cast into the future, only his head remains.
  • Sheila: The AI inside the Blue Team's tank and later in the ship.
  • Doc: A medic who exhibits extreme pacifism.
  • O'Malley: An evil, megalomaniacal Artificial Intelligence, who can travel from host to host via radio, originally having been implanted in Tex during a military experiment, also known as Omega.
  • Andy: A foul-mouthed bomb originally built to destroy O'Malley. He also translates the Alien's language and Spanish.
  • Alien: A creature who leads Tucker and Caboose on a "sacred quest."
  • Gary: A computer terminal who explains The Great Prophecy, and is later revealed to be Wyoming's partner Artificial Intelligence, Gamma.
  • Wyoming: A freelancer hired by O'Malley to kill Tucker. Wyoming was in Tex's elite division and was given his own AI, Gary.
  • Vic: A sardonic, unhelpful communications officer for both Red and Blue armies.
  • Junior: Tucker's alien baby, conceived parasitically by the Alien and Tucker.
  • Captain Flowers: The Blue team's former leader, later resurrected from the dead, and killed again shortly after.
  • Sister: Grif's color-blind sister, sent to aid the Blues.

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Background

Red vs. Blue emerged from Burnie Burns's voiceover-enhanced gameplay videos that he created for a website called drunkgamers.com, which was run by Geoff Fink (later Geoff Ramsey) and Gustavo Sorola. Having played Halo: Combat Evolved extensively, the drunkgamers crew discussed one day whether the Warthog, an automobile in the game, actually looked more like a cat. This discussion, re-created in episode 2, was "the spark for the whole series."[19] With the idea that a full story could be developed, Burns created a trailer for Red vs. Blue, but it was largely ignored, and, for unrelated reasons, drunkgamers soon closed. Four months later, Computer Gaming World contacted Ramsey for permission to include a drunkgamers video in a CD to be distributed with the magazine. Ramsey granted permission, but he and Burns felt that they needed a website to take advantage of the exposure from Computer Gaming World. As a result, they resurrected the Red vs. Blue project and re-released the trailer to coincide with the Computer Gaming World issue. The first episode proper was released on April 1, 2003.[20] Michael Burnie Burns (born 1973) is an independent filmmaker living in Texas. ... Geoff Ramsey, previously Geoff Fink (before taking his wifes name), often posts under the handle gfunk, is a staff-member and voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions machinma series, including Red vs Blue and The Strangerhood. ... Gustavo Sorola, nicknamed Gus, is a staff member and frequent voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions machinma series, including Red vs Blue, The Strangerhood, and PANICS. A running joke in Red vs Blue is that his character of Simmons (who insists he is Dutch-Irish) is teased by others to... This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... Computer Gaming World Computer Gaming World (CGW) is the oldest video game publication still in continuous circulation. ... This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... is the 91st day of the year (92nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Rooster Teeth was initially unaware of the machinima movement. Co-producer Matt Hullum stated in an interview with GameSpy in 2004, "When we first started Red vs. Blue we thought we were completely original. We never imagined that there were other people out there using video games to make movies, much less that it was a new art form with a hard to pronounce name and an official organization."[21] A scene from the popular machinima series Red vs. ... Matt Hullum at the FMX 2005 Festival Matt Hullum (born September 29, 1974) is an independent filmmaker in Buda, Texas. ... GameSpy, also known as GameSpy Industries, is a division of IGN Entertainment, which operates a network of game Web sites and provides online video game-related services and software. ...


The nature of Red vs. Blue was different from Burns's initial expectation. A partial character introduction released between the original trailer and the first episode featured extensive action and violence, set to Limp Bizkit's song "Break Stuff." However, as the project developed, the crew realized that it was going to focus more on situation comedy rather than on the heavy action initially implied.[22] Indeed, although the series parodies video games, Ramsey noted, "We try not to make it too much of an inside joke. And I think we use more bureaucracy and military humor than anything else, which everybody working in an office can identify with."[23] Rooster Teeth noted that Red vs. Blue has a wide variety of influences,[24] including Homestar Runner,[25] Penny Arcade,[5] and possibly Mystery Science Theater 3000.[23] Limp Bizkit is a nu metal band from Jacksonville, Florida. ... Break Stuff is a song by rapcore/nu metal band Limp Bizkit. ... This article is about a genre of comedy. ... An in joke is a joke whose humour is clear only to those people who are in a group that has some prior knowledge (not known by the whole population) that makes the joke humorous. ... Homestar Runner is a Flash animated Internet cartoon. ... Penny Arcade is a webcomic and blog written by Jerry Holkins and illustrated by Mike Krahulik. ... Mystery Science Theater 3000 (often abbreviated MST3K, sometimes MST 3000 or MST 3K or just MST) is an American cult television comedy series created by Joel Hodgson and produced by Best Brains, Inc. ...


Rooster Teeth also initially envisioned the project to be short, but the series grew beyond their expectations. Burns and Ramsey had preconceived a list of jokes for Red vs. Blue and initially planned the series to last between six and eight episodes. By episode 8, however, they realized that the series had fleshed out more than expected; they had covered only about one third of their original joke list.[26] Later in season 1, Burns estimated a series of 22 episodes; however, driven by the series' popularity, he realized that there was more potential story than could be covered in that length,[27] and was able to conceive an extension of the season 1 plot. On April 1, 2007, Burns announced that the series would end at episode 100,[28] which was released on June 28, 2007. This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... This is a list of episodes for season 1 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ... is the 91st day of the year (92nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... is the 179th day of the year (180th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ...


Production

A Red vs. Blue scene filmed using Halo 2. Compare to the scenes above from Halo: Combat Evolved.
A Red vs. Blue scene filmed using Halo 2. Compare to the scenes above from Halo: Combat Evolved.

The writing process for the series has changed over time. Early in season 1, Burns wrote the episode scripts from week to week, with minimal planning in advance;[5] major plot events were conceived shortly before they were filmed.[29] For the second season, Matt Hullum became a main writer.[30] A rough plot outline is now written before a season begins, although the actual content of an individual episode is still decided on a more short-term basis.[31] Because Red vs. Blue is loosely based on the Halo universe, Rooster Teeth encountered some difficulties when trying to synchronize events in the series with the release of Halo 2.[32] This article describes the production of the machinima science fiction comedy series Red vs. ... Image File history File links RvB_ep58_Sarge_Donut. ... Image File history File links RvB_ep58_Sarge_Donut. ...


Aside from a few scenes created with the Marathon Trilogy and the PC version of Halo, Red vs. Blue is mostly filmed with interconnected Xbox consoles. As the series title suggests, the videos are largely set in the Halo map Blood Gulch and its Halo 2 counterpart, Coagulation. However, some episodes have been filmed on other maps, including Sidewinder and Hang 'Em High from Halo and Zanzibar and Waterworks from Halo 2. One special video used the public Beta of Halo 3 as a special introduction video. Within a multiplayer game session of any of the games used for filming, the people controlling the avatars "puppet" their characters, moving them around, firing weapons, and performing other actions as dictated by the script, and in synchronization with the episode's dialogue, which is recorded ahead of time.[33] For the Nine Inch Nails release, see Head Like a Hole. ... Example of an avatar as used on internet forums. ...


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Trocadero provides the music for Red vs. Blue, which did not feature any originally. According to a journal entry on the official site, Nico Audy-Rowland, Trocadero's bandleader, was introduced to the series after its premiere and enjoyed it enough to submit a song about it. Burns liked the piece and requested more;[35] he stated in the season 1 DVD audio commentary tracks that the music added a "whole new element to the series."[36] To create other sound effects, Burns used Foley artistry, in some cases to replace cinematically awkward counterparts from the game engine.[37] Trocadero is a band based in Cambridge, Massachusetts that consists of Nico Audy-Rowland, Wendy Mittelstadt, and Brandon Erdos. ... The Foley artist on a film crew is the person who creates many of the natural, everyday sound effects in a film, which are recorded during a session with a recording engineer. ...


Reception

Red vs. Blue attracted interest immediately; the first episode had 20,000 downloads within a day.[38] Shortly after episode 2, Bungie Studios contacted Rooster Teeth. The crew had feared that any contact from Bungie would be to force an end to the project, but Bungie enjoyed the videos and was supportive;[39] one staff member called the production "kind of brilliant."[40] A deal was arranged to ensure that the series could continue to use Bungie's game properties legally,[1] without license fees[40] and without creative guidelines from Microsoft, Bungie's parent company, except for specifically commissioned videos.[24] Red vs. Blue continued to attract more attention, and, by April 2004, Kevin J. Delaney of The Wall Street Journal estimated that weekly viewership was between 650,000 and 1,000,000.[1] In a 2006 interview, Strange Company founder Hugh Hancock called the series probably "the most successful machinima productions [sic]" and estimated that it was generating almost US$200,000 annually.[41] Red vs. Blue content was also included with a premium "Legendary" edition of Halo 3.[42] The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is an international daily newspaper published by Dow Jones & Company in New York City, New York, USA, with Asian and European editions, and a worldwide daily circulation of more than 2 million as of 2006, with 931,000 paying online subscribers. ... Strange Company is a group of machinima creators and distributors based in Edinburgh, Scotland. ... For other uses, see SIC. Sic is a Latin word, originally sicut [1] meaning thus, so, or just as that. In writing, it is placed within square brackets and usually italicized — [sic] — to indicate that an incorrect or unusual spelling, phrase, punctuation, and/or other preceding quoted material has been... USD redirects here. ... For the Nine Inch Nails release, see Head Like a Hole. ...


Red vs. Blue was widely acclaimed within the machinima industry. The first season won awards for Best Picture, Best Independent Machinima Film, and Best Writing at the Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences' 2003 Machinima Film Festival.[43] Two years later, at the 2005 festival, the third season won an award for Best Independent Machinima and was nominated for five others.[44] At the 2006 Machinima Festival, the series was nominated for awards in voice acting and writing, but won neither.[45] The Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences (AMAS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and advocacy of the machinima industry. ... The Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences (AMAS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and advocacy of the machinima industry. ... This is a list of episodes for season 3 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ...


Among film critics, the response was generally positive. Darren Waters of BBC News Online called Red vs. Blue "riotously funny" and "reminiscent of the anarchic energy of South Park."[27] Reviewing the three season DVDs for Cinema Strikes Back, Charlie Prince wrote, "Red vs. Blue is hysterical in large part because all the characters are morons, and so the seemingly intense conflict with the opposing base doesn't exactly work the way you'd think it would."[46] Leggat described the series as "[p]art locker-room humor, part Beckett-like absurdist tragicomedy, part wicked vivisection of game culture and sci-fi action films and games."[47] Ed Halter of The Village Voice dismissed the humor as shallow and described the first season as "Clerks-meets-Star Wars."[48] Leggat defended the humor, arguing, "The literary analog is absurdist drama."[1] This article is about the TV series. ... Absurdism is a philosophy stating that the efforts of humanity to find meaning in the universe will ultimately fail (and, hence, are absurd) because no such meaning exists, at least in relation to humanity. ... Tragicomedy refers to fictional works that blend aspects of the genres of tragedy and comedy. ... This article is about a New York newspaper. ... Clerks. ... This article is about the series. ...


Another common criticism of Red vs. Blue was that its season 3 plot was too far-fetched and out-of-character. Charlie Prince wrote, "By the third season, however, the Red vs. Blue idea seems to be running out of steam.… It's not funny so much as just odd."[46] Writing for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Wilma Jandoc agreed that the first part of "season 3… throws the teams into a ridiculous situation and has limited member interactions, leading to a lack of witty dialogue."[16] In an about.com review of the season 4 DVD, writer Eric Qualls thought that season 3 was "a little too long, and too complicated, and the jokes were a bit too far apart."[49] Nevertheless, both Prince and Jandoc were optimistic that the series would improve, and Qualls stated that the fourth season had "returned to the series' roots" as "some of the funniest stuff you’ll ever see."[49] Screenshot of About. ...


Rooster Teeth Productions has created special Red vs. Blue videos for various events. For example, Microsoft has commissioned Red vs. Blue videos for Xbox demo kiosks found in game stores and for a developer conference.[50] Barenaked Ladies has also commissioned videos for their concerts.[1] Other videos have been specifically created for gaming magazines, including Electronic Gaming Monthly and Computer Gaming World; gaming conventions, including E3 and the Penny Arcade Expo; and the Sundance Film Festival. Barenaked Ladies (often abbreviated BNL or occasionally BnL) is a Canadian alternative rock band currently composed of Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn, Steven Page, Ed Robertson, Tyler Stewart, and formerly Andy Creeggan. ... Electronic Gaming Monthly (often abbreviated to EGM) is an American video game magazine. ... Computer Gaming World Computer Gaming World (CGW) is the oldest video game publication still in continuous circulation. ... E³ logo The Electronic Entertainment Expo, commonly known as E³, was an annual trade show for the computer and video games industry presented by the Entertainment Software Association. ... PAX logo // Lobby From the official site: What is PAX? PAX is a three-day game festival for tabletop, videogame, and PC gamers. ... The Sundance Film Festival is a film festival in the state of Utah in the United States. ...


Red vs. Blue has also received praise from soldiers stationed in the Middle East. An August 2005 blog entry by Kimi Matsuzaki of 1UP.com displays photographs of soldiers holding various weapons, as well as copies of the first and second season Red vs. Blue DVDs.[51] Geoff Ramsey later stated in an interview, "We get a lot of merchandise and DVDs out to Iraq and get a lot of great e-mails back."[23] A map showing countries commonly considered to be part of the Middle East The Middle East is a region comprising the lands around the southern and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Sea, a territory that extends from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf. ... ...


The notability and impact of Red vs. Blue extends to video games outside the Halo series. The developers of the Xbox 360 video game Gears of War, Epic Games, made a reference to a Red vs. Blue gag through an in-game achievement called, "Is it a spider?"; the award is earned for tagging opponents with grenades. Another reference to the series appears on Bungie's website. On a player’s profile screen the description of a kill or death with a flag is “Right next to the headlight fluid”.[52] It has been suggested that Xbox 360 Elite be merged into this article or section. ... Gears of War is a tactical third-person shooter video game developed by Epic Games (the creators of the Unreal series) using Unreal Engine 3. ...


Impact on machinima

Red vs. Blue is widely credited with attracting public attention to machinima. Although examples had existed since the 1990s, Clive Thompson credited Red vs. Blue as "the first to break out of the underground."[53] Tavares, Gil, and Roque called it machinima's "first big success,"[54] and Paul Marino noted that "the series proved so popular that it not only transcended the typical gamer, it also claimed fans outside the gaming world."[55] In 2005, Thompson noted that "Microsoft has been so strangely solicitous that when it was developing the sequel to Halo last year, the designers actually inserted a special command — a joystick button that makes a soldier lower his weapon — designed solely to make it easier for Rooster Teeth to do dialogue."[40] The series has inspired other machinima productions, including The Codex.[56] The ILL Clan is a Machinima production team, based in Brooklyn, New York City. ... The Codex is a 20 episode online machinima series, set in the Halo video game universe following the story of a Covenant invasion of a Human world in order to recover a Forerunner artifact, and the story of the Humans resisting that invasion. ...


In the machinima industry, the series has been mentioned as the most successful example of the trend toward serial distribution. According to Hugh Hancock, this format allows for gradual improvement as a result of viewer feedback, and gives viewers a reason to return for future videos. Hancock argues that this model was necessary for Red vs. Blue's success: "Sunday night is Red vs. Blue night, just as (in the UK) Thursday used to be Buffy. Had RvB released their films as single downloads of an hour and a half, they'd have had nowhere near the success they currently enjoy."[57] Strange Company is a group of machinima creators and distributors based in Edinburgh, Scotland. ...


Distribution

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Videos are typically available in QuickTime (QT) and Windows Media Video (WMV) formats. All released episodes of the latest season are freely available from the official site. A few episodes from the previous seasons are available from a rolling archive; each week, the videos are rotated to the next set. This setup is intended to help to control bandwidth costs;[58] as of September 2005, the official Rooster Teeth website was serving 400 terabytes of data monthly.[59] However, nearly all freely released episodes of Red vs. Blue are also available from websites such as Machinima.com, Archive.org, FilePlanet, and Google Video. Out of Mind is available to download free from the Xbox 360 on the Marketplace. QuickTime is a multimedia framework developed by Apple Inc. ... Windows Media Video (WMV) is a generic name for the set of video codec technologies developed by Microsoft. ... This article is about a measurement term for data storage capacity. ... Machinima. ... Internet Archive, San Francisco The Internet Archive (archive. ... FilePlanet is a video game download service that provides free game patches, mod files and media downloads to its users. ... Google Video logo Google Video is a free video sharing and video search engine service from Google that allows anyone to upload video clips to Googles web servers as well as make their own media available free of charge; some videos are also offered for sale through the Google... It has been suggested that Xbox 360 Elite be merged into this article or section. ...


Members of the official website can gain sponsor status for a fee of US$10 every six months. Sponsors can access videos a few days before the general public release, download higher-resolution versions of the episodes, and access special content released only to sponsors. For example, during season 5, Rooster Teeth began to release directors' commentary to sponsors for download. Additionally, while the public archive is limited to rotating sets of videos, sponsors can access content from previous seasons at any time.[60] This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This is a list of episodes for season 5 of the machinima comedy series Red vs. ...


Episodes are released in different resolutions; higher resolutions are reserved for sponsors. Beginning with the Red vs. Blue: Out of Mind mini-series, Rooster Teeth began to film and edit video in 720p high-definition,[61] and to release episodes in widescreen format, instead of hiding the game HUD through the letterboxing seen in full-screen releases. Image resolution describes the detail an image holds. ... JOHN HERMAN SUCKS FAT DICK ... This article is about high-definition video technology. ... The Wikipedia main page as viewed with a widescreen monitor. ... Full screen is a term used to describe a video release of a widescreen film which has subsequently been altered in order to create a 4:3 aspect ratio, rather than maintain the original theatrical aspect ratio through the use of letterboxing with black bars at the top and bottom...


Although it is distributed serially over the Internet, Red vs. Blue is also one of the first commercially released products made using machinima, as opposed to a product merely containing machinima. DVDs of the five completed seasons are sold through Rooster Teeth's official website, as well as at most EB Games, GameStop and Hot Topic stores in the United States.[62] On April 1st, 2008, a box set of all 5 seasons was released at Rooster Teeth's online store. This includes all bonus content from each of the previous DVDs, as well as a new bonus content disk, which has special features such as sponsor only content, and Recovery One. You can either buy the full package for $69.99, or just the bonus disk for $20.00. Each season is released on DVD within two months of that season's final episode. For the DVDs, the episodes of the main storyline are edited together to play continuously as a full-length film. Because the episodes as individually released often contain dialogue that continues into or past the fade to black at the end of the video, Rooster Teeth either removes that dialogue entirely or films extra footage to replace the original fade to black.[63] The current EB Games logo EB Games EDGE card EB Games (formerly known as Electronics Boutique) is an international computer and video games retailer, established as an American company in 1977 by James Kim with a single, electronics-focused kiosk, located in a suburban Philadelphia mall in King of Prussia... GameStop Corporation (NYSE: GME), whose headquarters are in Grapevine, Texas (a suburb of Dallas), is the worlds largest video game and entertainment software retailer. ... For the Le Tigre song, see Hot Topic (Song). ...


A third version of the season is further edited for time for showing at the Lincoln Center and at other film festivals. In a 2005 interview, Burns noted that the first season, normally 75 minutes in length, was cut to 55 minutes for these venues, with an entire episode omitted.[64] Burns also noted in a website news post that the 135-minute season 3 DVD version had to be shortened to "a watchable-in-a-theater runtime of 100 minutes."[65]


With the public release of episode 87 on January 8, 2007, Matt Hullum announced that videos would be viewable in Macromedia Flash format. He stated that the change allowed Rooster Teeth to release public videos in a higher resolution "while keeping the file size low," and that the entire video archive would be updated. Code to embed the Flash video on other websites was also distributed.[66] In a site journal entry, Burns clarified that downloadable versions would continue to be released, but after their Flash counterparts. is the 8th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... Matt Hullum at the FMX 2005 Festival Matt Hullum (born September 29, 1974) is an independent filmmaker in Buda, Texas. ... // == Macromedia Flash == ==]] Using Macromedia Flash 8 (bundled in Studio 8) in Windows XP. Maintainer: Adobe Systems (formerly Macromedia) Latest release: 8 / September 30th, 2005 OS: Windows (no native Windows XP Professional x64 Edition support), Mac OS X, Linux (i386 only, via wine [1]) Use: Multimedia Content Creator License: Proprietary Website...


The first season as well as a re-shot HD version of the second season has also been released on the Xbox Live Marketplace for a price of 80 Microsoft Points each.[67] Xbox Live Marketplace Logo The Xbox Live Marketplace (XBLM) is a virtual market designed for Microsofts Xbox 360 console that allows Xbox Live members to download purchased or promotional content. ... Microsoft Points are the currency of the Xbox Live Marketplace and Zune online stores. ...


Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Delaney.
  2. ^ Burns, 2006, Season 5 Public.
  3. ^ Burns, "Out of Sight."
  4. ^ Burns, "Out of Mind on RvB."
  5. ^ a b c Smith.
  6. ^ a b Burns, et al., 2003.
  7. ^ O'Malley is voiced by the actor responsible for whichever character he is possessing at the time.
  8. ^ Burms, et al. 2005, episode 51.
  9. ^ Burns, et al., 2004.
  10. ^ Burns, et al., 2005.
  11. ^ Burns, et al., 2006.
  12. ^ a b Burns, et al., 2007.
  13. ^ A total of six alternate endings were released on the Season 5 DVD, with two of them having been available on the website since the release of episode 100
  14. ^ Burns, "RVB: Reconstruction."
  15. ^ http://rvb.roosterteeth.com/info/?id=2
  16. ^ a b Jandoc.
  17. ^ Burns, et al. 2005, Character profiles, Sarge.
  18. ^ Burns, et al. 2005, Character profiles, Tex.
  19. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary, episode 2.
  20. ^ The History of Red vs. Blue; Konow, 2.
  21. ^ Kosak.
  22. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary, introduction.
  23. ^ a b c Konow, 4.
  24. ^ a b Oliver.
  25. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary, episode 16.
  26. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary episode 4.
  27. ^ a b Waters.
  28. ^ Burns, "Thank You".
  29. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary, episode 8.
  30. ^ Burns, et al. 2004, Audio Commentary.
  31. ^ Konow, 3.
  32. ^ Burns, et al., 2005, Audio Commentary, episode 39.
  33. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary; Delaney.
  34. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary; Moltenbrey.
  35. ^ Audy-Rowland.
  36. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary, episode 10.
  37. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary, episode 11.
  38. ^ Thompson, 1.
  39. ^ Konow, 2.
  40. ^ a b c Thompson 3.
  41. ^ MacGregor.
  42. ^ Halo 3 Details Explosion.
  43. ^ Machinima Awards 2003 Results.
  44. ^ 2005 Award Nominations & Selections; Mackie Winners Announced!.
  45. ^ 2006 Machinima Film Festival: WINNERS & Nominees.
  46. ^ a b Prince.
  47. ^ Leggat.
  48. ^ Halter.
  49. ^ a b Qualls.
  50. ^ Red vs. Blue : The Interview Strikes Back; Delaney.
  51. ^ Matsuzaki.
  52. ^ Hsu, 106.
  53. ^ Thompson, 2.
  54. ^ Tavares, Gil, & Roque, 4.
  55. ^ Marino, 19.
  56. ^ Whitley.
  57. ^ Hancock.
  58. ^ Video FAQ; Red vs Blue FAQ.
  59. ^ Totilo.
  60. ^ Sponsorship FAQ.
  61. ^ Sorola, Out of Mind.
  62. ^ Where To Buy Rooster Teeth Products.
  63. ^ Burns, et al. 2003, Audio Commentary, episode 18.
  64. ^ Marks.
  65. ^ Burns, It's Official.
  66. ^ Hullum 2007.
  67. ^ Surette, "Red vs. Blue yuks it up on XBL."

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