Castle Repercussions - D2

rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Aug 28, 2009 | 9:14 AM EDT
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A Leader's Brutality (2/2) - Second half of the final part.

And here's the second half. I hope you enjoy the hard work :) Feel free to visit my site, donate or leave a review. You may experience some loss in filtereffects if you enlarge the movie, shouldn't be a problem but thought I'd give heads up :)

There'll be a continuation in the future. The animating process is slow and sometimes tedious, that's why I need a break from animation for a while. Don't worry though, I will never give up on this series.




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bravo! You did a fantastic job with this series so far and I would like to see it continued someday. I'd like to see what happened to Etrius and how he got out of the castle in the next installment. Kudos to you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I absolutely LOVE this series. but still, why did you have to leave us with the cliff hanger before Repercussions? MAKE CASTLE 4 ALREADY!!! I wanna know what happened to the main character!

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Glad you like it. Have a look, I am making Castle IV:


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a brilliant series with an amazing soundtrack, and an awesome storyline. This series was the first thing I saw on the internet, which was around 7-8 years ago. Up until then I didn't think too much of the internet. But seeing how serious of a project this was also caused me to realize that there were probably more serious projects on the internet, like this one. Also, for those who have heard of Savant, this series is the home of some of his early work. Savant's real name is Aleksander Vinter.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is my favorite series ever I hope you make more episodes of it


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

General, you're back!

I was going to give it four stars, but that ending pumped me up too much. The writing team deserves a powerful handshake for making this series as good as it is. Oscar has created a world filled with intrigue and mystery. I don't know who or what the current political powers are in his universe, but they are there, no question about it.

Boomer's monologue is well/not-so-well delivered. It's strange. There are moments where the way in which he speaks, the simple candor of it, works, and there are moments where it makes the lines sound unnatural (not in a good way). The monologue alone would have left this at four stars, since it left me thinking, "That could've been stronger. We could've really GOTTEN how nuts Boomer was thanks to the whispers of Demon-Alien Mechalord." That being said, there WERE times where the way he casually talked about tearing the "castle zombies" apart made his insanity seem authentic and dispassionate.

The rest of the episode was basically a reunion of the entire cast of "Repercussions." And was it good? Oh yeah, REALLY good. Even with it being as brief as it was, the emotion behind it was genuine and put a smile on my face.

I'm glad this episode WASN'T what I predicted it would be in my review of "D1." It's a well told part of a well told story that I'm glad to watch unfold.

Now, I've heard there's another chapter in hidden parts of the Net. I shall seek it out. Until then, here's to Boomer, Roberts and Some Other Guy.


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