Of Warrior World…

Yesterday, since my internet was down, I decided to work on a project I have been working on, on-and-off for around 3 years now. Encoding Warrior World episodes into a format playable on your computer, and burnable on a CD. I also got the cool/lame idea to make a website dedicated to information about those episodes. One might think I am a loser, who just can’t let go. But I feel very connected to Warrior World, and Video production. It was the best thing about High School for me. And it WAS my senior year. I don’t have all the episodes of the 2001-2002 season, but do have a large chunk of them. And I seem to have what is available to me, encoded. The website is far from finished, I only have a few episodes ‘indexed’. But I will poke at that when I can.

I also would like to ask that anyone who happens to have an episode in part, or in full, that I don’t have to contact me. I would like to get this as complete as possible. I would also love copies of the 2000-2001 season. Even if they are on VHS. I think episode 1-4 of the 2001-2002 season were on VHS too.

I currently have:

5, 9.5, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19,
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, Homecoming Feature

And, if anyone would like a copy of any, or all of these episodes, I can get it for them. Though it will be on CD/DVD playable only on your computer in Divx/mpeg4/On2/XviD format. (I will include the stuff needed to play them on the CD/DVD)

Website: Warrior World Episode Index

1 thought on “Of Warrior World…

  1. Hal

    If you’re interested, I have all (save for maybe one) of the WW episodes from my awesome-tacular WW stint in 2003 on Hi8 and miniDV. I’d be willing to mail them to you if you’d like to digitize them, since I can’t play them anyway. I even have the opening sequence that Mrs. Exo labeled as “inappropriate”, and the one that was soooo “inappropriate” that every subsequent episode had to be screened 24 hours ahead of time. (Ok, so in hindsight, joking about the soviets invading America on Veterens’ day probably wasn’t a great idea. Or at least we should have looked at the calandar.)

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