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Adrellia Village #39: SE

rated 3.77 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Jun 4, 2012 | 5:08 PM EDT

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EDIT #1: Thanks for the frontpage!

Please watch before voting. :)

***You don't need to watch the previous episodes to understand this!***

Also, special thanks goes to nat29 for telling me the ActionScript needed to fit one scene into one frame! Thanks a lot, it fixed 80% of the technical difficulties I was experiencing!

After 38 crashes, here it is!


Adrellia Village:
Season 2, Episode 39:
The Love Epidemic
6/4/12 - As stated in episode 38, there's an epidemic going around in Trellutor, and King William sent Drake, Rachel and Rory to find a cure.

Meanwhile, King William falls in love with a girl he met at the Royal Ball.



I tried to use all of the audio I got, but I apologize if I didn't put your audio in here - I will try to make sure it's included in episode 40.

CREATED BY: Christopher

ANIMATED BY: Christopher, BobyB64, megadrivesonic, nat29 & sweetcommando

BACKGROUND ART BY: 50secondsaway



Rated 4 / 5 stars

The graphics in the flashback at the beginning of the flash are very good. Would be cool if you could achieve this kind of graphical quality throughout the whole flash.

The voice acting is good as always. This time, the quality is very nice as well. This makes the flash so much more enjoyable to watch!

Also, the length of the flash is very satisfying as well. Earlier episodes always where rather short, but this one has a very good length. Good work!

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Hi there,

I like the sound quality and the chracterisation but well thats about it. For the standard expectations on NG this seems way below par. The character design was not great and overalll story (even without other pieces) was not great. Compared to past entries I am lost as to how this was featured.

The Shak

p.s. the character style was very like Eddsworld and well...nobody can touch him R.I.P.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hm well I have some mixed feelings, but overall it wasn't terribly bad, and there were definitely some things I enjoyed about it.

As far as the visuals go, they were nothing special, and they lacked consistency. I know this is most likely due to the additional animators, but it's very blatant and it disrupts the overall film. However, some of the frame-by-frame parts were done pretty well and looked very nice. I wish the whole thing was animated that way. But the other parts that were tweeny just didn't look so great.

For voice acting, sonicmega was very good, but most of the other characters just sounded very bland and off-quality. For music, sometimes you had some nice choices, but you should use less copyrighted audio, especially if you're going to put an ad in the preloader.

For writing, it was pretty good, there was nice, good amounts of dialogue and what the characters said furthered the story, sometimes when people use lots of dialogue it just goes allover the place and you could easily skip the scene and not miss anything from the storyline. This one actually had some crucial writing, and I found it pretty lightheartedly funny. You didn't rely so heavily on vulgarity and just pure hatred to bring comedy, you did it nicely and I respected it.

The characters definitely need some more variety. Some of the main characters do, but the rest of them look like Cyanide and Happiness style. At least make them different heights, more colors, different hairstyles, just more variety, it will greatly assist with the visuals. Also, backgrounds were okay.

I didn't really like the ending, I know it's supposed to be like a "to be continued" type of thing, but it ended so abruptly. Maybe there should be a bigger, longer falling action to the episode.

OVERALL it was okay, but there's lots of things that need to be fixed, most importantly, consistency in the animation, better voice acting, and more variety.

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MistyEntertainment responds:

I personally thought some of the different art styles each possessed their own charm, though I understand what you're saying about it disrupting the overall film. The next episode will have a more consistent art style.

I made some of the parts tweeny, like King William's movements at the Royal Ball, because I honestly did not see any point in making it frame-by-frame. Some parts like the high-five in the beginning, I could definitely see warranting fbf, while others like simple movements, I thought could get away with a tween.

Yeah, I did go a bit overboard with the copyrighted music, though I thought a lot of the choices fit the scene (despite some of them being just plain horrid like "All Star").

I'd change the Cyanide & Happiness style if I didn't already go 39 episodes with it, so it'd be kinda weird to change them abruptly.

Thank you for your in-depth review.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Especialy i like sounds and stuff, and not bad drawing

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nice try, but the plot and dialog sounds like it was mde by a kid who plays far to many RPGs... if you are a kid, good job! you animated something! If not... sorry bro

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