In our previous installment, the Dead Worker's Party covered their final run through the Shipwrecked adventure map. Today, the intrepid trio delve deep into the Quest for Gallell, in which they explore all that is Gallell, their curiously convenient sibling relations (and the possibility of cloning, and/or twins), and more. Will they rescue the princess? Can they traverse the numerous deadly traps? Is "pentacle" even a word? Is the princess even real? Watch their latest adventure, and find out!
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Precisely. Emphasis on the plural. They frequently put out videos. We don't need to be notified every time they upload a new one. That's what subscribing is for. Additionally, they are three of the four Digital Diamonds that have been posted since October. All of which have been posted within the last three weeks. A label of which they hardly even qualify. To quote the explanation of Digital Diamonds:
Digital Diamonds is an ongoing look at Minecraft-related videos that have been submitted to the Minecraft forum video section. We'll be selecting memorable videos and those resonating with the community to share with everyone on the front page.
Considering the volume of videos they put out, none in particular stand out from the rest. Additionally, they are posted as Digital Diamonds when they were uploaded, not after they became popular, like all of the other Digital Diamonds. As a side note, the one other Digital Diamond posted in almost 3 months was one made by Curse. So it doesn't really count.
A Digital Diamond is supposed to be something new, exciting, and creative. Let's Plays are overdone to begin with, although this group is quite good at what they do. But posting the same thing three times, with nothing in between is just excessive.