The Movers Podcast Episode 37 – Wakfu

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The Movers Podcast Episode 37 – Wakfu – August 7th 2016


Morgan (Airspeed Prime) is joined by Kelly (Gemini530) to discuss the second listener suggestion show, Wakfu as chosen by ThePreciseClimber. We also discuss what we have been playing/watching recently.

Next week is Avatar Online Podcast Episode 138 where we will review K405 Enemy at The Gates.

Podcast is 1 hour and 42 minutes long

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My name is Morgan Bannon, I am a 22 Year old Male from Ireland and I am the Site Super Moderator. I have watched and been a fan of Avatar since it premiered. I am also a news post writer for the site and host the site's podcast, The Avatar Online Podcast. My strength as an Avatar fan would be just a good knowledge of Avatar Canon and characters.

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Comments - 5 Posts

  1. Airspeed Prime Said: Comment by Airspeed Prime on August 7, 2016 at 2:28 pm | Permalink

    We had some recording issues on this podcast, skype just crashed a few times in the middle of the recording hence a few times in the podcast where the flow of discussion just stops and starts again.

    I edited to remove the silence and make it flow as good as possible, but you probably can still notice where the crashes happen.


  2. Steve Said: Comment by Steve on August 7, 2016 at 2:50 pm | Permalink

    I am glad you are enjoying Steven Universe.

    I agree they should spread out the gem and the human episodes better. What do you think of Peridot? I said as far as the original characters Amethyst was my favorite, but my overal is Peridot, I just love her.

    Well we don’t see much of Connie in the Beach City episodes, because she doesn’t live in Beach City, so that is kind of why you don’t see as much.


  3. ThePreciseClimber Said: Comment by ThePreciseClimber on August 8, 2016 at 12:58 am | Permalink

    Ok, first of all – they’re Shushus, not Shoshos. 😛

    About Amalia’s prophetic dream:
    It may or may not have been a real prophecy, but what’s more important about it is the fact Amalia was very eager to leave her home. They did mention in Episode 2 she doesn’t get along with her brother.

    About the tofu bird:
    I think you over-analysed it. It was loaded with Wakfu because of the messages Grougaloragran the Dragon (you can just call him Grougal) left in his feathers. It’s not meant to be a mystery.
    Az (that’s the birds name) is basically another Momo. Just a bit smarter.

    Yes, some of the main characters get some interesting moments and revelations in the early episodes, with the exception of Yugo (since the mystery of his origin is a part of the main plotline) and Tristepin (the ginger knight) who gets his own character-focused episode way later.

    I suppose Wakfu is pretty similar to Chakra. The main difference is that Wakfu was never stolen from some sacred tree or anything like that. It was there from the beginning of the universe.
    A small amount of Wakfu stored in a single Noxine (Nox’s bugs) is enough to create a full-grown tree. You can probably imagine how powerful Nox could get with all that Wakfu he collected. It’s just that he usually prefers not to waste it.


    ThePreciseClimber Reply:

    Personally I think emotional scenes work better in the French dub. There’s also something artifficial in the English voices.

    I think Nox used Alibert’s Wakfu to teleport away. You can see that when Noxines steal Wakfu from trees, they wither and die.

    Since he’s so dangerous, I think you can figure out that Nox is not the kind of villain that will show up all that often. In that way he’s kind of similar to Ozai – only showing up during the most important events.


    ThePreciseClimber Reply:

    Oh, and you think the show doesn’t feel all that French at this point?
    I have three words for you – giant croissant monster.



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