Red vs. Blue: Revelation is the eighth full season of Red vs. Blue. It is a follow-up to Recreation and wraps up all of the events started in Reconstruction and continued in Recreation. Revelation premiered on April 1, 2010, Red vs. Blue's seventh anniversary, and the finale aired on September 13, 2010, just one day before the release of Halo: Reach.
Revelation is distinguished as the first season of Red vs. Blue that extensively uses pre-rendered character animation, separate from the Halo engine, allowing for actions not possible within a multiplayer game of Halo. It is the third and final installment in The Recollection.
- 1 Synopsis
- 2 Characters
- 3 Episodes
- 4 Other Episodes
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Trivia
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
- 10 Trailers
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Red vs. Blue: Revelation is the eighth season of the action-comedy series Red vs. Blue and marks the end of the Recollection trilogy. As former alliances are betrayed and friends become enemies, the Reds and Blues find themselves in an impossible predicament; in order to save the universe this time, they can't be totally incompetent. While on the run, the two teams must find a way to put aside their past differences and figure out the mystery behind Project Freelancer once and for all.
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Epsilon (19 episodes)
- Caboose (18 episodes)
- Washington (17 episodes)
- Tucker (15 episodes)
- Epsilon-Tex (10 episodes)
- Tucker (ε) (1 episode)
- Caboose (ε) (1 episode)
Others[edit | edit source]
- Meta (17 episodes)
- Doc (17 episodes)
- Smith (8 episodes)
- Aliens (8 episodes)
- Epsilon-Delta (1 episode)
- C.T. (1 episode)
- UNSC Police (1 episode)
Episodes[edit | edit source]
|#||Chapter Title||Airdate||Running Time||Description|
|1.||For Those of You Just Joining Us||April 1, 2010||8:01||Simmons gets a visit from an old friend, who gets more than what he bargained for; meanwhile the rest of the Reds deal with the newly-anointed deity of the desert.|
|2.||Drink Your Ovaltine||April 12, 2010||5:02||As Sarge and Grif hatch a plan to make some plans, Simmons and Doc cower in fear at Valhalla. Meanwhile, Epsilon continues his roundness.|
|3.||Upon Further Review||April 19, 2010||5:38||Sarge and Grif attempt to rescue Simmons from his imprisonment at Valhalla.|
|4.||Recovering One||April 26, 2010||6:57||Simmons and Doc attempt to escape from their imprisonment. Meanwhile, Epsilon continues his search for the mysterious figure.|
|5.||Fourth and Twenty||May 10, 2010||4:16||The Reds return victorious to find the Blues in a bit of a situation.|
|6.||Towing Package||May 17, 2010||4:21||Caboose has an important chat with an old friend while Wash and Meta get stonewalled by Doc.|
|7.||And Don't Call Me Shirley||May 24, 2010||5:23||Caboose and Epsilon travel to a secret facility and meet an old friend. Meanwhile, Red Team follows the Blue Team in order to get the them back into Command's database, leaving Tucker to fend for himself.|
|8.||Perusing the Archive||May 31, 2010||5:38||Epsilon and Caboose look for the Director's personal project while Wash and the Meta track down a recovery beacon.|
|9.||Backup Plans||June 7, 2010||4:19||The Red and Blues discover what the Director's secret project is.|
|10.||This One Goes to Eleven||June 21, 2010||7:11||Agent Tex catches up on some lost time.|
|11.||Restraining Orders||June 28, 2010||4:58||As Epsilon and Tex have a showdown for the ages, Wash and Doc try to get Meta out from his hiding place.|
|12.||Snooze Button||July 12, 2010||5:25||Epsilon tries to unlock the Reds while Wash and Doc investigate The Meta's discovery.|
|13.||Battle of the Exes||July 19, 2010||4:51||In an attempt to unlock Tex, Epsilon tries to make small talk. Meanwhile, Wash and The Meta come up with an evil plan.|
|14.||Reconfiguration||July 26, 2010||5:01||Wash and the Meta upgrade the Epsilon unit while Church and Tex try to sort out the past.|
|15.||Check Your Local Listings||August 2, 2010||5:55||While Tex and Church go on an adventure, Grif and Simmons find some interesting equipment.|
|16.||Standardized Testing||August 16, 2010||5:10||Grif and Simmons test out some Freelancer equipment while Church and Tex arrive at a familiar Freelancer facility.|
|17.||Tenth Percentile||August 23, 2010||6:20||While Tex and Church make plans, the Reds learn the truth behind all their troubles at Blood Gulch.|
|18.||Rally Cap||August 30, 2010||4:54||While Wash, Doc, Meta arrive at the Freelancer facility, Sarge rallies the troops for a rescue mission.|
|19.||Reunion||September 6, 2010||8:09||Tex executes her trap: fighting Wash & Meta in an epic battle.|
|20.||n+1||September 13, 2010||9:33||The Reds and Blues take on Meta in their ultimate battle.|
Other Episodes[edit | edit source]
PSA #1[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: May 3, 2010
- Main Article: Off The Charts
Sarge and Simmons break down some key demographic information about the RvB audience.
PSA #2[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: June 14, 2010
- Main Article: Game On
Grif and Simmons break down the video game industry.
Deja View PSA[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: July 7, 2010
- Main Article: Deja View
The Reds and Blues move back to Blood Gulch, noticing some minor changes.
Halo Fest PSA[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: August 6, 2010
- Main Article: Prep Time
Sarge and Grif give some pointers for anyone moving to Reach.
PSA #3[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: August 9, 2010
- Main Article: Pro-Tips
Church and Sarge gives some tips on how to make a successful internet video.
PSA #4[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: October 25, 2010
- Main Article: Upgrading
Sarge and Church walk you through the upgrading process.
Reach Mini Series: Episode 1[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: August 9, 2010
- Main Article: Pack Your Bags
Sarge tries to get a leg up on the blues before their move to Halo: Reach.
Reach Mini Series: Episode 2[edit | edit source]
- Airdate: August 23, 2010
- Main Article: Don't Forget To Ask For Directions
Sarge sets off for Reach, but runs into some problems along the way.
Reach Mini Series: Episode 3; Finale[edit | edit source]
- Airdate September 8, 2010
- Main Article: There Goes The Neighborhood
Sarge meets up with the troops on Reach.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- It was stated by Burnie Burns in an interview with Jenga Jam that this season would have the same tone as Reconstruction.
- At PAX 2010 Rooster Teeth showed off an advance screening of Revelation, showing off CGI (by Monty Oum) mixed in with machinima.
- This season was previously titled "Resolutions", but was renamed "Revelation" for unknown reasons.
- This is the first season of Red vs. Blue to have its own personal soundtrack.
- Whenever a character's battle rifle appears in CGI, it is a Halo 2 model battle rifle.
- The Revelation teaser image foreshadows the episode Reunion, in which the Meta stabs Tex in the face, shatters her helmet, and captures her.
- On the teaser image, Epsilon's reflection can be seen on Tex's visor.
- While Revelation was still being written, it could not be decided where the final battle would be. Burnie Burns wanted Standoff, while Matt Hullum wanted Sandtrap. The suggestion to do the scene on Avalanche, was Nathan Zellner's, and it was settled.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Red vs. Blue: Revelation Soundtrack
References[edit | edit source]
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Trailers[edit | edit source]
|Red vs. Blue Seasons|
|The Blood Gulch Chronicles||Season 1 • Season 2 • Season 3 • Season 4 • Out of Mind • Season 5|
|The Recollection||Recovery One • Reconstruction • Relocated • Recreation • Revelation|
|The Project Freelancer Saga||Season 9 • MIA • Where There's a Will, There's a Wall • Season 10|
|The Chorus Trilogy||Season 11 • Season 12 • Season 13|
|The Shisno Trilogy||Season 15 • The Shisno Paradox • Singularity|
|Non-Canon||PSAs • Specials • RvB Animated • 360 • Team Slipspace|