Probably because its multiplayer, they have free movement commands so they can fly or noclip around, and they just film that. Thats my guess :S
But my question still isn't answered, is there some way for ME to play Shadow of Israphel or is it a Yogscast Exclusive sorta thing :\
Like them or their friends set it up for the series, coz no one seems to know anything much about it
EDIT: Also concerning them being roleplayers and not bots, I have my doubts. At one point in the series, Xeph types something and questions whether or not he can get a reaction with certain things he types. So that go me thinking that these are HIGH AI bots that respond to keywords or something. However, all other evidence leads to them being roleplayers :\
More than likely its just other people on the server, they act way too humanlike to not be humans, for instance when Xephos throws an egg at Peculier, and Peculier throws one back, I doubt a bot would be programmed to recognize if an egg was thrown at them. There's simply too many possibilities with Xephos, and Honeydew to program a bot.
Hmmm. I'm now starting to think that this is just an online server hosted by them in which they enlist the help of others for their series'.
I'm not exactly sure if its a map and I'm now pretty sure that Peculier and Skylord etc. are human-controlled. It seems a little improbably to think that all those reactions they had were bot programming.
Anyone else a tad scared Israphel will light this thread on fire ? Hahaha
There's this thing called Minecraft skin stealer, and what it is is basically if you see someone on a server and you like their skin, you can type in their username and have their skin. I'll now go back to playing as Granny_Bacon and Israphel.
btw Xephos, ISRAPHELS' SKIN IS AMAZING. :biggrin.gif:
If you are wondering if they are real or not... They are indeed real, i messaged them asking them if they used a program to change names like when Old_Peculier changed to Knight_Peculier, they are genuine accounts like they actually payed for each account. So yes they are real, and they are accessed by the same people that were originally casted for these series.