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Dec 26, 2010 | 2:30 PM EST

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Ok, I am really getting better... I made this just today... I promised not to make anymore projects but no series can go on without an intro and a trailer. So, what do YOU think? What WILL happen?
Enjoy and thanks for watching! As of my last words:
HAPPY HOLIDAYS! :P

Reviews


marti031marti031

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I don't know why this has such a low score but there is one thing that gets me from this: the character that looks like shadow that came after sonic in the introduction to the characters looks like Dash the Hedgehog



tal9x9tal9x9

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

what the?!

1.14?!! this should at least be 2.00


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Exorz responds:

At least 4.99 i`d say. Thanks.


DunamisBeamDunamisBeam

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great!

If you need help on the real deal, I can help for sure!


Exorz responds:

Ok, cool. Thanks for your kindness sir!


Lamia-DominaLamia-Domina

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Big words are for people who understand them.

You have a decent hand with sprite art - you took the time to get some quality background and effects and I appreciate that, and as much as I generally loathe Sonic marysue characters, most of your new characters are pretty well drawn, so I'll try to be objective and tell you props for that, too.

But your writing. Good GODS, the writing.

This does not sound impressive or dramatic. Stop it, just STOP, you are embarrassing yourself. Long words do not make a sentence impressive just by merit of being long words. Stop wrapping your entire structure around trying to use them. In fact, just stop using them. Don't. Also, stop using ellipses (Those'd be the "..." marks you're so fond of). No, not even one, not once. STOP IT. An ellipse in the middle of a sentence may, used properly, convey dramatic pause. This is almost never actually used properly however, and you absolutely are not. An ellipsis at the end of a sentence indicates it trailing off, either because it is leaving an implication open-ended (either because mentioning it is rhetorical, or as an open question), or because the speaker is a snivelling bitch with no confidence. Neither of these are appropriate to the story you are telling, so knock it off and use real punctuation.


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Exorz responds:

Hmm... I`ll try that. Thanks.


Mario8thMario8th

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I think that at the very end of the series

The bad guys should pwn tails, the last good guy surviving and the bad guys win!


Exorz responds:

That wasn`t how I planned it, but not a bad idea... That way I could start another season... But I`ll think about it. Thanks anyways!