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The Tale of Lambert

rated 4.41 / 5 stars
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Jun 23, 2011 | 5:43 PM EDT

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So here it is. Nine hours in the making, folks! A fan, (DarkFawful) pointed out that I used the same name (Lambert) on two different posters. In MadSeth 2: 'Lambert: Employee of the Month', and in MadSeth 4: 'Look both ways before stepping out of the elevator -Remember what happened to Lambert?'. Believe it or not, I used the same name completely on accident. No National Treasure mumbo jumbo here.

So I've finally decided to tell you folks the sad, sad tale of Lambert, Employee of the Month.

I respond to every review.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This isn't that good, but it's still enjoyable. It's always nice to be able to listen to that awesome "Mad World" song. What I didn't understand was why you even decided to make this a Madness flash in the first place. It doesn't have much violence and doesn't seem to connect with the theme well. The only violence was him dying with the car. I guess it goes to show that Madness Combat can create any deriavitive material.

I do think this is a fairly good story that is being told. It's the kind of thing that most ordinary people can associate themselves with. Hopefully, we'll all be able to have some joy and success in our lives. Congradulations on getting such a high rating! It seems like every Madness flash is in the Top 50 now.

Rapheus responds:

That's pretty much what I was going for. Madness but not. This animation takes place in my MadSeth universe, where I try to shoehorn in a story, not just a massive kill count. I very much appreciate your review, though.

Sometimes we must go against the grain and do what isn't orthodox.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Moralz: _watch where you going
_never drink and drive
as for Rich: he should have build a small balcony for walker avoiding drunk driver

Rapheus responds:

Rich petitioned for a safety rail, but it just wasn't in the budget.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

What was the moral of this story? Don't try to do better for yourself or your family or you'll get hit by a drunk driver?

It comes across on the whole as being almost completely pointless...or is that the point entirely, that sometimes pointless things happen?

Rapheus responds:

The moral:
"DonâEUTMt worry about the future; ... The real troubles in your life are apt to be things that
never crossed your worried mind; the kind that blindside you at 4pm
on some idle Tuesday. "


Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice film, its quite emotional and touches me quite good :D musik just fitted epicly, although a sader tone of music for the funeral wouldve been better, but nevertheless a "madness" film with ... only 1 casualty yea that works, but your good, keep up the work, like ur style of the real world, hits the nail on the top...

a suggestion would be making the scenes abit scruffier, like in his suit make the tie look scruffy like he had a hard day

just a last question, why the hell is the priest showing 2 thingers?

hope to see more of this, even bad stuff can be tearned into true art :D

Rapheus responds:

Thanks, man! I'm glad it touched you in a non-Sandusky way. Kill count isn't really important to me, I always try to shoehorn a story in.

I should have made him scruffier looking, but I couldn't be arsed.

I guess the priest was wishing 'peace' upon Lambert's soul.

Thanks again, my man! There are dozens of grunts who are yearning to have their stories told.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Why, poor Lambert. You will be in my heart.

Rapheus responds:

As he will forever be in the hearts and minds of all of us. Let his death be not in vain.