Okay. So, first of all, I know it's not "Christmas" in the land of Neopia. I just got an idea for a holiday themed NT article.
So first, I figured there must have been plenty of "12 days of [fill in the blank]" articles in the NT, but when I searched, I could only find one. I don't even know if that could be correct!
My idea is a script format, with a "chorus" singing "The 12 Days of Neopia" and two others (I don't want to call them "judges" so much) making comments... Kind of like the Statler and Waldorf Muppet characters (had to look their names up).
If "12 Days" doesn't work, then I could extend it to other holiday songs. Would that be creative enough, or have things like that been done too much?
I'm thinking if nothing else, the script format would set it apart, perhaps?
P.S. I haven't posted here in ages! Do you all still remember me? lol How is everyone?? I won't be so long between posts next time.
Last Edit: Oct 31, 2016 20:50:34 GMT -5 by Allison
Post by June Scarlet on Oct 31, 2016 22:15:59 GMT -5
I personally love the 12 days of Christmas and singing all 12 twelve verses. But I do know it does start to wear down on some people, because it involves so much repetition. So I would make sure to find a way to embellish it. Like perhaps marginally changing things each verse? I don't know, let's say it was five gold rings. Then another verse it's five copper rings. Another another it's five ringtones. That's a bad example, but hopefully you know what I mean. Or perhaps the chorus is doing more than just singing, perhaps they're putting on a whole musical number, and as things get more complex, they start to go wrong, giving the two critics even more to riff off of.