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Llennpie, better known by her YouTube alias sm64rise, is a Canadian Super Mario 64 machinimist, YouTuber and developer. In the machinima community, Llennpie provides the voice of sm64rise. She actively uploads machinima skits, commentaries, and livestreams on her channel.

History[]

Llennpie created her first Super Mario 64 machinima on April 3rd, 2013 (although now unlisted) under a channel with the name parashock. She fully abandoned the account some time in 2019, wanting to take a different direction with machinima.

In August 2019, Llenn created the channel (and character) sm64rise. While the channel was originally meant to be a joke between her and a close friend, she decided to remain active and consistent with her uploads, creating voice-acting machinima skits as the character. In her machinima videos, "Rise" is a male Mario recolor, usually depicted with a careless and judgmental personality.

In 2021, Llennpie released Saturn after over a year of behind-the-scenes development. Later that year, an improved version of Saturn was announced titled Saturn: Moon Edition. Currently, she continues to create machinima using her own custom software and tools.

Trivia[]

  • Llennpie's user page can be found here.
  • Llenn uses her own custom software and tools to create machinima.
  • For a single day in 2021, sm64rise was one of the fastest growing Super Mario 64 machinima channels, thanks to a shoutout from Weegeepie.
  • Llennpie is possibly the only female in the community to voice a male character (sm64rise).
  • Llenn uploaded a face reveal video in 2021, although she has since confirmed it to be staged.
  • sm64rise's channel banner has the motto "What's Grabma?" hidden in the background. This is a callback to one of her first videos.
  • In 2020, Llennpie hosted Studio64, a temporary social network dedicated to Super Mario 64 machinima. The site was shut down a few months later due to cost reasons.
  • Coincidentally, Llennpie shares a similar name with LLENN (a character from Sword Art Online).
  • Before releasing Saturn, Llenn had been working on the project for over a year. Early developer previews from as far back as mid-2020 can still be found on her channel.

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