Talk:Disk 4 of 12 - Vampire's Castle

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[edit] Linking references to "Vampire's Castle"

This playthrough has clarified that some generic text-adventure references are actually references to Vampire's Castle (e.g. E-mail Birds#Real-World References, Thy Dungeonman#Trivia). I've been generally linking those here with the format "This is a reference to [[Disk 4 of 12 - Vampire's Castle|Vampire's Castle]]" rather than using the MobyGames link and then expanding with "Strong Bad played this game in an episode of Disk 4 of 12...". My reasoning is that this page collects multiple external links (playable version, MobyGames) and also can collects the internal references (like the pages in Category:Video game references). I think this method is more straightforward than adding a separate "Vampire's Castle" page or redirecting to a bullet point on Video Game References, though I could see arguments for either approach being superior. Figure I'd check in to get feedback from other wiki editors. -- Bleu Ninja 18:16, 21 September 2022 (UTC)

[edit] Whatchoo gonna did?

Long time reader, first time talker. “Whatchoo gonna did?” is also part of the Jack ‘Em Up Kid’s tagline in Yes, Wrestling.

[edit] Music?

If anyone ever finds out that the Bros. Chaps release the background music for this video, I gotta know about it. It's not from anything else, is it? As far as we know, is it composed specifically for this video? It's just so catchy and fun to listen to as background music. I could listen to it on loop on its own. Abelhawk 01:28, 7 October 2022 (UTC)

[edit] Closed captions?

Has anyone considered usng the transcript for this as a basis for real closed captions? The ones automatically generated by YouTube don't make much sense. For example, they transcribe the word "timepiece" as "toppings."

We used to have a subtitles project where talented and dedicated coders would write a script that would enable viewers to watch cartoons both closed-captioned and subtitled in multiple languages. However, since the post-Flash update, it no longer works anymore. -- 02:38, 15 October 2022 (UTC)

[edit] Phineas and Ferb

I haven't watched any cartoons on the Disney channel for about ten or fourteen years, but if my unphotographic doodle memory serves, I think both "Bo-at" and "minor chords" were both jokes from the Phineas and Ferb cartoon. Separate episodes, I think, but the same cartoon. Maybe it's just a coincidence? -- 02:38, 15 October 2022 (UTC)

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