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Bunnykill 5 Part 2

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Dec 15, 2011 | 12:05 PM EST
  • Frontpaged December 15, 2011
  • Weekly Users' Choice December 21, 2011
  • Review Crew Pick December 21, 2011
  • Daily 2nd Place December 16, 2011

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-Some minor fixes.

So I finally managed to wrap this one up after lazying around for far too long :D
I hope you guys enjoy.

Thanks for the frontpage <3



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just when I was about to stop watching...

The car scene started, that was pretty epic! Great stuff


Rated 5 / 5 stars


inc Epicness ! :3


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very nice animations, action sequences, as well as epic fights. As for the storyline, it was very well executed. I would highly recommend this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everyone's used what I would put here.

Seriously epic. There is only one thing I would actually change about this if I had any part in it, and that's the flashback to 5.1. Just to make things a bit clearer.

Other than that, beautifully made and worth the wait. I (along with many others more than likely) am glad that the effect on Dust was not permanent, and relish the fact that there is a chance for his berserk side to show up once again. I also enjoy how you've progressed with an actual story, as opposed to the previous Bunnykills that were just one offs.

I also like the aspect you have with Smoke. He's been in two other installments, once as a villain, then as an ally, and now as a villain again. Though the previous ones, as stated before, have nothing to do with each other, they still put together a personality for Smoke, singling him out as a mercenary: neither good nor evil, just capitalist.

I also like the reworking of Dr. Sludge. He was introduced with Dust as his project, but was killed before he could see what his creation could do. This time Sludge got first hand experience, and that just makes his death all the sweeter.

All that's left to say is you've made sure to keep your fan base sitting on the edge of their seats, waiting for the next scrap of delicious meat that is Bunnykill to be tossed into the pen. And I feel confident in saying that this is not the last we've seen of Snowball, though whether or not he will reappear in this storyline (if, that is, you continue it) is questionable.

Thank you for the wonderful flash!


Mottis responds:

Thanks for the long review :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

You know, It's pretty awesome how this all came together. Everything, from Snowball's stealthiness in Pt. 1 to Dust's "RWAAR! I'M GOING TO TEAR OUT YOUR SKULL AND BEAT YOU TO DEATH WITH IT BECAUSE YOU MADE ME KILL MY FRIEND!!!"-iness in this part managed to stay cool all the way through. The car/chopper scene was, in all effect, totally badass and managed to add a little closure to this episode of Bunnykill.

I'm positive that I'm not the only one who thinks this (mainly because I read the comments right below me), but I was really shocked when Snowball died. It did something to this episode that none of the other episodes could manage. I mean, it was sort of sad when Smoke and Ruby (Ep. 3 and 4, respectively) died, but this was Snowball. We've come to know and love him. He's our little assassin, and he was killed. By his friend.

... But unlike some of the other commenters, I'm aware that none of the Bunnykills have anything to do with one another (not trying to offend, but just read down a bit. People are pretty much asking Dust to use black magic to bring Snowball back from the dead). Snowball will probably be back to being a boss in Bunnykill 6, or one of the other characters will take his place as main character and Snow might be the bad guy. Maybe Ruby. Or Smoke. Or Dust. Or hell, even Dr. Sludge (Now that's just a weird idea). Either way, we'll see Snowball again. Because, as you know...

..."Heroes never die."

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