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If Undertale Was Realistic is a parody of Undertale created by SmashBits Animations on YouTube.

Summary

An alcoholic genderless child falls into the Underground and goes on a 'realistic' run. Along the way, they meet new 'friends' who make things even more weird for them.

Episodes

Episode Synopsis Airdate
Episode 1 As The Genderless Child wakes up from their fall, Flowey greets them to the Underground, to which The Genderless Child tells him that he has a massive headache, and doesn't care if he dies. He's saved by Toriel, who they tell her to throw them back up, to no avail.

The two of them head to Toriel's house to meet Toriel's boyfriend Steve. The Genderless Child decides to leave the house, by distracting Toriel with Monstergram. As they's freezing from the cold Snowdin weather, Sans greet them with a "whoopee cushion" hand trick, but as it turns out, Sans instead shat himself.

Papyrus, after meeting the human, tries to give them some puzzles and traps, but The Genderless Child goes though them all. After getting drunk with Sans, Papyrus tries to fight The Genderless Child in pure agony. He later goes on a date with The Genderless Child, but after The Genderless Child tells him to shut up, he falls off a cliff and dies.

October 8, 2016
April 21, 2017 (Reupload)
Episode 2 October 15, 2016
April 25, 2017 (Reupload)
Episode 3 October 22, 2016
April 29, 2017(Reupload)
Episode 4 December 24, 2016
May 3, 2017 (Reupload)
Episode 5 January 28, 2017
May 10, 2017 (Reupload)
Episode 6 March 11, 2017
May 12, 2017 (Reupload)
Episode 7 May 20, 2017
Episode 8 June 10, 2017
Episode 9 August 5, 2017
Episode 10 August 19, 2017
Episode 11 September 9, 2017
Episode 12 October 7, 2017
Episode 13 November 4, 2017
Episode 14 November 18, 2017
Episode 15 December 9, 2017
Episode 16 December 23, 2017
Episode 17 February 10, 2018

Trivia

  • In 2017, SmashBits got in trouble for using assets without giving proper credit to the resources's creators, leading to a copyright strike. On March 12, Coyote uploaded a rebuttal video, explaining why SmashBits got a copyright strike for the models used without properly crediting and also censoring comments.[1]
  • On April 21, the first episode was rereleased, only without Undertale's music possibly for avoiding further copyright issues.
  • SmashBits Animations rereleased the following episodes, with according revisions.
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Why "Undertale Realistic" got a Copyright Strike

Why "Undertale Realistic" got a Copyright Strike

External links

  1. https://youtu.be/xeGggohPnIg [REBUTTAL] "Coyote & Modellers vs SmashBits & Rick Jones" - A Tale of Ethics