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Feb 23, 2012 | 1:27 PM EST

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EDIT: How did this go from a 4.00 to a 2.91?


This started as an extra-credit history animation. You could see an unfinished tidbit of this from my "Adrellia Village: School" collection that got daily 3rd place a while back.

Today, I decided to fire up Flash and finish this thing up to send to the teacher and hopefully you Newgroundites would like this movie!

This bears some resemblance to the Persian War animation I did such as the notebook background, sketchy images and words, etc.

So keep in mind, this movie was intended to inform rather than to entertain. But still to entertain.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

+1 education of china earned


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The animation was amusing, and the script was funny and well-thought out. I learned something, too.
However, I think you could have chosen a different voice actor for the emperor and advisor. Maybe someone with a more energetic voice? They both sound like they're about to cry or fall asleep.
Good work anyway.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

improvment in the animation but still stiff in areas. i think you need to move past your comfort level when animating, animate different plots with new characters and backgrounds rather than this same series kuz youve kinda hit your plateau with these tbh

MistyEntertainment responds:

I've done stuff like "Strawberry's Break"
does that count as a different plot with new characters and backgrounds?
also I'm still working on episode 39 before you can overall judge that i've "hit my plateau" so please be on the look out, i'll definitely try to improve!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great voice acting, very understandable even for non-English speakers, and a quite good history lesson, nonetheless. I liked it :)

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Love the animation style some of the guys look like the guys from Cyanide and Happiness,also the voice acting as the king would say is awesome.

MistyEntertainment responds:

Thank you!