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A melodramatic quest-addicted hero slashes his way through the universe with ferocity and complete disregard for anyone around him or the consequences that he could face. "Tigtone" celebrates and subverts popular tropes of the fantasy genre, role-playing games, films, and video games, among other popular tropes. The program combines hand-painted art, 2D animation and pseudo-3D visual effects to bring Tigtone to life.

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Lord Festus tasks Tigtone with saving his ugly kingdom from ravaging beauty.
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Tigtone quests alone, just the way he likes it, until a fellowship is forced upon him.
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Tigtone must fight nothing, itself, when all the quests in the realm suddenly vanish.
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A homicidal sword sings the ballad of Tigtone and the homicidal sword.
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A fiendish murder plot lures Tigtone into the netherworld.
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Tigtone meets Beconka, the only adventurer to rival his skills.
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Tigtone suffers through the worst kind of quest: an escort quest.
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Wizard Hunt is Tigtone's favorite holiday, but this year he too is hunted.
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Tigtone must collect the essences of four elements to unlock a door.
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A catastrophic disaster strikes the kingdom when all the wine is stolen.

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