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DRequiem: Halloween Part2

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Nov 22, 2007 | 4:02 AM EST

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This is the 2nd Halloween Special for the craptastic series, "Deities Requiem!"

This episode is confusing, so here's a nifty FAQ that you should read AFTER watching the animation:

Q: I don't get it.
A: This episode mainly requires you to know 2 things.
---1) Watch the first "Halloween Special" which is called the "Thanksgiving Special." This episode virtually mimics it.
---2) Some scenes were inspired by the anime Higurashi.

Q: Wait... It's Thanksgiving... This animation says "Halloween." Are you retarded?
A: Yes. Yes. Perhaps, but not as retarded as Joe_Cracker, AKA "Robert C. McGee."
A2: I'm horribly lazy and to keep with tradition of releasing the last Halloween episode on Thanksgiving, I decided to do it for this episode as well. Plus I'm lazy.
A3: It's a reference to Higurashi. At least, that's what I'm told. Sean (Cat42) wrote all the Higurashi references.

Q: Costume? I don't see a costume.
A: The main character, who's name is IceSage and you see in the first scene of this, is male. The female that shows up is that same exact character, only in costume.

Q: Why does the animation style go from "Ok" to "Horribly suck?"
A: Watch the first "Thanksgiving" episode. It's available on Newgrounds.

Q: Seriously, why does this suck in general?
A: Read the Wiki for more information on Deities Requiem: http://www.icesage.com/dr equiem/drwiki/

Q: The credits are too small and/or cutoff.
A: I don't know why this happened. I tried fixing it. I don't feel like fixing it anymore than I have, it's not worth it.

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Jh226Jh226

Rated 1 / 5 stars

ehhhhhh

i cant like it too mutch. NEEDS MORE BEWBIES!



megaketmegaket

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hmmm...

That music in the backround... "This is Halloween" from the movie "The Nightmare before Christmas"!


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IceSage responds:

There's two, an 8-bit version and a Piano Version. When I tried to give credit for the piano version with the Newground ID, it said it was invalid and not found, so I couldn't give proper credit to whoever made that specific version.

...But, yes.