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PALADIN episode 5 part 1

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Jul 6, 2007 | 8:03 AM EDT
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DO NOT vote poorly because of lag as the result of the detail I put into this.
There is a LAG FREE VIDEO version on youtube I encourage people to see (go to my website for details) if this version lags for them.

This animation and its second part have taken over a year and a half of FULL TIME work to complete. It's all a one man production so please vote accordingly, because in the end all that time in making this finale, has been utilized to make something as entertaining to you all as possible. ENJOY!!



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Its just BLahh

The other 4 were much better then this by a long shot if anything. if it took you a year and a half to make this i would have guessed it much better. It could use subtitles because the palidin is hard to hear.

Jazza responds:

thank you good sir


a very poorly informed review on a few counts. 1- its didnt take a year and a half to do this half, it took around 5 months. episode 5 part 2 (coming next week) took the rest of the time, and MOST people will see why it tooks so long, not you obviously, if you prefer the old crap i did, lol. oh, and 2- there are subtitles dumbass. open your eyes theres a sign pointing them out in the loader, and a bottom bar which clearly says "subtitles: on / off"

franky YOUR opinions are worth nothing to me :D


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Too detailed (if that's possible).

Believe it or not there are still a lot of people out there who don't have high-end computers, me being one of them. I couldn't watch this flash with my lower-end computer, even on low quality, with out it jumping several seconds ahead at a time. I understand that you took a lot of time to make this, and in all fairness I haven't seen the previous episodes so I didn't know what to expect in terms of visuals. But you have to understand that if you want your work to be viewed by a wide range of people you have to consider their situations. Maybe I would've enjoyed it more on a PC that costs $5000, but on my PC I can't enjoy it at all.