User talk:Romaioktonos/Vocaloids

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Hi Romaioktonos. You are in luck. I know who you are talking about but one problem. I suggest you 'anglicise' the names a bit (Alexander and Philip for example) rather than using the Greek spellings. It will just make it easier to link this up with other stories. If you have any doubts, I can do this for you. This will also need some illustrations but I don't know who the 'vocaloids' were? If it's an obscure joke for the English speaking gang that come to this site, it might need some explaining. Any probs you can ask me here or on my user page. --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ® (Orate) 09:35, July 21, 2010 (UTC)

I first thought that it was a "It's not funny" remark, but I am so glad that it was not. Well, I was thinking about the fame of the kings and that of Vocaloids (voicebanks and a program designed to help create songs). For example, the Vocaloids didn't get popular until Miku was created along with great help of Nico Nico, fitting that Miku would be a parallel to Alexandros in the article and concept (Vocaloids characterizing Argead Kings and successor Kings) Romaioktonos 18:34, July 26, 2010 (UTC)
Oh no it wasn't that at all. When writing a story that might be a difficult for others to understand, writers here make a link to Wikipedia so that others can get what the article is about. I admit I am not familiar with vocaloids as programs that help create songs but that's ok. I am just not clear that relates to ancient kings of Macedonia but please explain more. --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ® (Orate) 06:48, July 27, 2010 (UTC)
If anglicizing the name is good, I guess why not? But The Vocaloids being Hellenistic is inadequately explained by a simple acrostics. --Romaioktonos 16:14, August 17, 2010 (UTC)
And also, thanks for giving this article some attention :D --Romaioktonos 16:15, August 17, 2010 (UTC)
I see you have been doing more work on this but it all looks a bit confusing to me. Ancient Greek dynasties,the British designed Total Warfare Game and a singing synthesizer application produced by Yamaha? I guess this article is ok if you leave it here but will cause a lot of puzzlement if moved into the main pages. It's asking a reader to know a lot and then try to make sense of it and - more importantly - find it funny. I guess some people here will know this software but they are unlikely to be students of Ancient Greek history either. My only suggestion would be to narrow the scope of the parody to Alexander the Great because he is at least pretty well known and then try it from there. He could perform a duet with this Hatsune Miku character which would be a connection most people would not naturally get. Just my views anyway Romaioktonos which you are liberty to completely ignore of course! --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ® (Orate) 22:10, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Oh, the parody of Alexandros is right here, but I do have to agree that the reader probably will need to know some Hellenic history and a bit about Vocaloids, such as character items, to actually get it (for example, Kaito's character item is the Ice cream, henceforth the story about the usage of it in his diplomatic achievements, so an unenlightened reader probably would want to go [] for more information about Vocaloids, particularly character items.). --Romaioktonos 14:43, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
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