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Feb 7, 2005 | 11:05 AM EST
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*Watch Episode 1 first! This takes place right where the first leaves off.* *Now with voices, thanks to Lioncourt and Taggenagger* PLEASE REVIEW, I read them all. Thanks.
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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Your style is awesome! went a bit slow at times


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Front page material. Excellent style to boot.

This and the first one has a certain feel that makes you gripped to watch it. Maybe it's the sudden introduction of interesting and fresh ideas. Maybe it's the style of the whole thing. Or maybe because the battles are good. Whichever doesn't matter. This is on the verge of greatness.

SirGaryColeman responds:

Cool, thanks for the review. Glad you liked it and hope you like the future episodes.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

well sir gary you have started a great story

i love it , why ? because the way that the story has opened.... you could do anything with it . it is truly unpredictable , it is amazing

SirGaryColeman responds:

Yeah, I think it leaves it open for a number of directions. Hopefully I take the right ones. :P


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This is amazing. After seeing 1 and 2, I am wowed. Good job. I can't wait to see the rest.

You should try and do the voices yourself. Sounds badass. :P

SirGaryColeman responds:

I thought about that, but I'm no actor. I don't know why people like voices so much because they usually stink. But if someone can find some good people I'd consider it. The main problem was finding someone with a deep voice to play the main character.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good work

I have a question pertaining to the word: Khef.
I may be wrong here, but is that not a word used soley in the Dark Tower series, by Stephen King? Or is it actually a word used in some practice

SirGaryColeman responds:

No idea on whether or not it's real. I did get it from the word from the DT series, though. When I was trying to think of a word to use, I immediately remembered Khef, which was used like once and then seemingly forgotten (haven't read book 7 yet) in the series.