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  1. According to your wishes Banjo & Kazooie are the famous Honey Bear and Red Crested Bregull duo from the game series named after them. Banjo is a gentle, cheerful soul that likes to swim, climb, and play. In contrast, Kazooie is a loudmouth who likes to insult whoever she meets and brag about her accomplishments. Despite her abrasive nature, she sees Banjo as her adoptee, and has taken up residence in his backpack. (Source - game and instruction booklet, page 6) The story begins when Gruntilda Winkybunion, a hideous green witch, becomes jealous of Banjo's little sister Tooty's beautiful looks. As part of a plan to switch their looks, the witch kidnaps the cub, prompting Banjo and Kazooie to set out to rescue her. (Instruction booklet pp. 4-5, Banjo Kazooie English Wikipedia - Plot) Although Banjo can perform some moves of his own, like punching and performing a rolling attack, it is with the help of Kazooie that most of the duo's advanced moves become possible. These include jumping higher and farther, mid air attacks, and even firing eggs from her beak or out of her rear. (Source, Instruction booklet pp 10-13, game) Humorously, the bird is often the one carrying the bear, whether by hauling him on her back, which is actually both faster and more versatile than the other way around, or by letting him hang glide under her wings as she flies him around (Game experience, instruction booklet pp 12, 14-15) Dafydd's preferred paragraph: The protagonists will traverse mountains, deserts, and the very seasons themselves in their quest to find Banjo's sister. Along the way, they will meet such characters as Mumbo Jumbo, the voodoo priest who is able to turn them into various animals; Bottles, the mole who can teach them new fancy moves; and Brentilda, Gruntilda's better-looking sister, who will give them all manners of gossip of Gruntilda's disgusting habits. (Instruction booklet, pp. 7, 23-24, 26-30) Polo's preferred paragraph: The protagonists traverse mountains, deserts, and the very seasons themselves in their quest to find Banjo's sister. Along the way, they meet such characters as Mumbo Jumbo, the voodoo priest who turns them into various animals; Bottles, the mole who teaches them new fancy moves; and Brentilda, Gruntilda's better-looking sister, who gives them all manners of gossip of Gruntilda's disgusting habits. (Instruction booklet, pp. 7, 23-24, 26-30) The clock is ticking. Will Banjo and Kazooie save Tooty in time, or will Gruntilda finish her "makeover" and doom the cub to hideousness? Banjo and Kazooie have starred and appeared in the following games: Diddy Kong Racing (Only Banjo is seen) Banjo-Kazooie Banjo-Tooie Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge Banjo-Pilot Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing with Banjo-Kazooie For more information, please refer to the following sources: Banjo Kazooie - the N64 game (Banjo Kazooie instruction booklet) - http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/N...-_Nintendo.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banjo-Kazooie http://banjokazooie.wikia.com/wiki/Banjo http://banjokazooie.wikia.com/wiki/Kazooie
  2. Banjo & Kazooie are the famous Honey Bear and Red Crested Bregull duo from the game series named after them. Banjo is a gentle, cheerful soul that likes to swim, climb, and play. In contrast, Kazooie is a loudmouth who likes to insult whoever she meets and brag about her accomplishments. Despite her abrasive nature, she sees Banjo as her adoptee, and has taken up residence in his backpack. (Source - game and instruction booklet, page 6) The plot revolves around Gruntilda Winkybunion, a hideous green witch, targeting Banjo's little sister Tooty's beautiful looks. Driven by jealousy, the witch devises a plan to with the help of sorcery and some high-tech machinery, switch her own looks with those of the cub. When Gruntilda puts her plan into action and kidnaps Tooty, Banjo & Kazooie set out to rescue her. (Instruction booklet pp. 4-5, Banjo Kazooie English Wikipedia - Plot) Although Banjo can perform some moves of his own, like punching and performing a rolling attack, it is with the help of Kazooie that most of the duos' advanced moves become possible, including mid-air attacks, jumping higher and farther, and even firing eggs from her beak or out of her rear. (Source, Instruction booklet pp 10-13, game) Humorously, the bird is often the one carrying the bear, whether by hauling him on her back, which is actually both faster and more versatile than the other way around, or by letting him hang glide under her wings as she flies him around (Game experience, instruction booklet pp 12, 14-15) The protagonists traverse mountains, deserts, and the very seasons themselves in their quest to find Banjo's sister. Along the way, they meet such characters as Mumbo Jumbo, the voodoo priest who turns them into various animals; Bottles, the mole who teaches them new fancy moves; and Brentilda, Gruntilda's better-looking sister, who gives them all manners of gossip of Gruntilda's disgusting habits. (Instruction booklet, pp. 7, 23-24, 26-30) The clock is ticking. Will Banjo and Kazooie be able to save Tooty, or will Gruntilda be able to finish her "makeover" and doom Tooty to hideousness? Banjo and Kazooie have starred and appeared in the following games: Diddy Kong Racing (Only Banjo is seen) Banjo-Kazooie Banjo-Tooie Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge Banjo-Pilot Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing with Banjo-Kazooie For more information, please refer to the following sources: Banjo Kazooie - the N64 game (Banjo Kazooie instruction booklet) - http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/N...-_Nintendo.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banjo-Kazooie http://banjokazooie.wikia.com/wiki/Banjo http://banjokazooie.wikia.com/wiki/Kazooie
  3. Hello Dafydd and Polo. I've changed the text according to your wishes. I have a question about the italics in this sentence "The heroes traverse mountains, deserts, and the very seasons themselves in their quest to find Banjo's lost sister." Do I need to have both very, and themselves, to make a complete sentence? Does it look better if one of the words are removed, or is it better as it is? Banjo & Kazooie are the famous Honey Bear and Red Crested Bregull duo from the game series named after them. Banjo is a gentle, cheerful soul that likes to swim, climb, and play. In contrast, Kazooie is a loudmouth who likes to insult whoever she meets and brag about her accomplishments. She also sees Banjo as her adoptee, and has taken up residence in his backpack. (Source - game and instruction booklet, page 6) The plot revolves around Gruntilda Winkybunion, the hideous green witch, becoming jealous of Banjo's little sister Tooty for her beautiful looks. The witch therefore devises a plan to, with help of sorcery and some high-tech machinery, switch her own looks with those of the cub. When Gruntilda puts her plan into action and kidnaps Tooty, Banjo & Kazooie set out to rescue her. (Instruction booklet pp. 4-5, Banjo Kazooie English Wikipedia - Plot) Although Banjo can perform some moves of his own, like punching and executing a powerful forward roll attack, it is with the help of Kazooie that most of the heroes' advanced moves become possible, including mid-air attacks, jumping higher and farther, and even firing eggs from Kazooie's beak. (Source, Instruction booklet pp 10-13, game) Humorously, it is not uncommon that the bird is the one carrying the bear, whether by flying him around or simply by carrying him on her back, the latter of which is actually both faster and more versatile than the other way around. (Game experience, instruction booklet pp 12, 14-15) The heroes traverse mountains, deserts, and the very seasons themselves in their quest to find Banjo's lost sister. Along the way, they meet such characters as Mumbo Jumbo, the voodoo priest who turns them into various animals; Bottles, the mole who teaches them new fancy moves; and Brentilda, Gruntilda's better-looking sister, who gives them all manners of gossip of Gruntilda's disgusting habits. (Instruction booklet, pp. 7, 23-24, 26-30) The quest awaits. Will Banjo and Kazooie be able to save Tooty, or will Gruntilda be able to finish her "makeover" and doom Tooty to hideousness? Banjo and Kazooie have starred and appeared in the following games: Diddy Kong Racing (Only Banjo is seen) Banjo-Kazooie Banjo-Tooie Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge Banjo-Pilot Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing with Banjo-Kazooie For more information, please refer to the following sources: Banjo Kazooie - the N64 game (Banjo Kazooie instruction booklet) - http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/Nintendo_N64//Manual/formated/Banjo-Kazooie_-_1998_-_Nintendo.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banjo-Kazooie http://banjokazooie.wikia.com/wiki/Banjo http://banjokazooie.wikia.com/wiki/Kazooie
  4. Banjo & Kazooie are the famous Honey Bear and Red Crested Bregull duo from the game series named after them. Banjo is a gentle, yet cheerful soul that likes to swim, climb, and even play the instrument sharing his name. While Kazooie also plays an instrument sharing her name, she is a quite different character all-round. Contrary to Banjo's humble attitude, she is a loudmouth who likes to insult whoever she meets and brag about her accomplishments. She also sees Banjo as her adoptee, and has taken up residence in his backpack. (Source - game and instruction booklet) Because Kazooie resides in Banjo's backpack the duo can perform some remarkable moves. Although Banjo can perform some moves of his own, like punching as well as executing a powerful forward roll attack, it is with the help of Kazooie that most of the game's moves become possible. These include the beak barge, the shock spring jump, as well as the firing of eggs. (Source, Instruction booklet, game) Ironically, it is not uncommon that the bird is the one carrying the bear, whether by flying him around, or simply by carrying him on her back, something which actually is both faster and more versatile than the other way around. (Game experience) The plot revolves around Gruntilda Winkybunion, the hideous green witch, becoming jealous of Banjo's little sister, Tooty for her beautiful looks. Gruntilda therefore devises a plan to, with help of witchcraft and some high tech machinery, switch her own looks with those of Tooty's. When Gruntilda put her plan to action and kidnaps Tooty, Banjo & Kazooie set out to rescue her. (Game, instr booklet, wikipedia) Banjo & Kazooie venture through mountains, deserts, and the very seasons themselves in their quest to find golden notes and jigsaw pieces that will enable them to get deeper into Gruntilda's lair and find Banjo's lost sister. In their adventures, they meet Mumbo Jumbo, the voodoo priest who turns them into various animals and Bottles, the mole who teaches them new fancy moves. They even meet Brentilda, Gruntilda's better looking sister, who gives them all manner of gossip of Gruntilda's disgusting habits. (Booklet, wiki, game) The quest awaits, will Banjo and Kazooie be able to save Tooty, or will Gruntilda be able to finish her "make-over" and doom Tooty to hideousness? ´Note: Now it is quite long... the italics are parts I wonder if they are necessary. I also wonder, since this a community about remixing game sound/music, would it be relevant to describe that the game is filled with characters who converse using variations of one kind of sound? Where should that be put in if such is the case? Sources: http://banjokazooie.wikia.com/wiki/Banjo-Kazooie_Wiki http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/Nintendo_N64//Manual/formated/Banjo-Kazooie_-_1998_-_Nintendo.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banjo-Kazooie Banjo Kazooie - the N64 game
  5. Hello Polo. It is nice to be here. Thank you for your advice, it really helps alot. I'm trying to rewrite it now. About Captain Blubber, I have to admit he left quite a large impression on me when I first played the game but I see your point.
  6. Banjo & Kazooie are the famous Honey Bear and Red Crested Bregull duo from the Banjo Kazooie universe. Banjo is a gentle, yet cheerful bear that likes to swim, climb, or even play the instrument sharing his name. Kazooie is an altogether different story. This loud mouthed bird resides in Banjos backpack and likes to insult whoever they meet and brag about its accomplishments. However, Kazooie is not above helping his fellow bear out of trouble, whether it be by flying Banjo around, carry him on its back or even take him through poisonous swamps, given it has access to its customary boots. Together the unlikely pair makes an excellent team. Banjo and Kazooie sets out on their quest when Gruntilda Winkybunion, the hideous green witch, kidnaps Banjo's little sister, Tooty, to, with her witchcraft and some high tech machinery, steal Tooty's fabulous looks. Banjo & Kazooie travel through swamps, deserts, and lagoons amongst other places in their quest to find Banjo's lost sister. In their travels, they meet a vodoo priest who turns them into various animals, a mole who teaches them new fancy moves, and perhaps most famously, a burping, crying, pirate hippo who needs help to find his lost gold. Will they be able to save Tooty, or will the witch be able to finish her "make-over" and doom Tooty to hideousness? Sources Banjo Kazooie - the N64 game http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/Nintendo_N64//Manual/formated/Banjo-Kazooie_-_1998_-_Nintendo.pdf
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