Bill Wurtz - Essentially this entire video is based off of his work on the "history of japan" and "history of the entire world, i guess" videos, from the editing, to the sound effects, to the music, to the jokes; like I said, pretty much everything, so massive props to him. A few small portions of the video are directly copied from his videos (makes up less than 10 seconds total, but still worth mentioning) as well as the majority of the music.
Dream - I mean, he made the SMP, so... course he's on here.
The cinematic boys - A small group of people from my Discord that were going to help me with the original iteration of this project, and ended up reviewing and critiquing earlier versions of the current video. Wouldn't be nearly as good as it is now without their help.
et al. - There were tons of stock images/videos/sound effects used here, and I have no idea where the original sources are. If you were one of the creators, I thank you. No matter how small or large a part your media played, it improves the video.
Puffy technically didn't join the Syndicate, but she allied with all of its members and created the Pro-Omelette subfaction which they're all part of. So officially, not a Syndicate member, but is teaming up with all the members of the Syndicate (and yes Niki is a member)
Techno DID NOT DIE (as we all know, technoblade never dies). I was going to put the Ice Age meme ("Were you killed?" "Yes... but I lived!") over the part talking about his execution, but it looked out of place and I forgot to change that part, so now it says Technoblade was executed, when in reality, he survived the execution and escaped. Probably my biggest mistake in the video, my bad!!!
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This video genuinely took me hundreds of hours over the course of months to create. No, that's not an exaggeration, I've had the idea since December and I started working on it in February (not even to mention that there was going to be a whole other type of video that was scrapped, because EvanMCGaming beat me to it). This is by far the most complicated video I've ever had to make, and while it was very interesting and I mostly enjoyed learning a lot of these new editing strategies, it could get very tedious at times and was very tiring (I mean, I was sometimes working 10 hours a day on this, it was crazy). I would love to do videos like this in the future, but it'll likely be quite a while until the next one, and I imagine it will be on a smaller scale just because of how large this project was. So please, if you enjoyed the video, tell me. If there was anything I could've done better, I'd be happy to hear that as well. Like the video if you want, dislike it if you want, subscribe if you're interested in other Minecraft history videos, and share the video to anyone you think might find it entertaining. But uh, yeah. Thanks, luv u, bye, mwah
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