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Sep 4, 2013 | 10:22 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature September 5, 2013

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As the conclusion of the fate of Rayquaza is now revealed the chaotic battles still continue to rampage! Now two new powerful trainers have just entered the scene to engage in the most anticipated battle ever imagined “The cataclysmic clash Mewtwo and Deoxys!”

***READ NOW!!*** This is heavily graphically intensive flash, so I have suggested using the integrated toggle control functions (central black buttons) to control the quality. Some viewers may not be able to see the buttons in the borders due low brightness settings. Raise your brightness slightly to view controls more easily.

Be sure to watch "Pokemon the Fated Battle” and “Pokemon the Fated Encounter” to catch up in what is happening, as this is a conclusion of them both.

Small Commentary: It has been three years since I’ve submitted anything here and about two years of not making a single review on any submissions. Don’t know why I got so lazy in the past, but now as I’ve finished University and now working, I now have the full push to continue the “Fated Series”. Previously I've stated before that I’m not a huge fan of Pokemon, but absolutely adore the concept. I did all my Mewtwo/Deoxys research on Bulbapedia to discover their attacks, attributes, strengths and weaknesses to come to an analytical based conclusion. This is my own imagination of what I think Pokemon Battles should look like, so in the end I dedicate this to all fans and non alike.

Full Running Time – 8:82 minutes
Running Time (Battle scene(s) duration) – 5:40 Minutes
Frame Rate- AS3 20fps = AS2 24fps
Symbol Count- 4411!!! O_O (Doubled Fated Encounter and Battle Combined!!)
Production Time of Flash – No comment
Again be sure to watch to the credits for a surprise!

Reviews


SoStronkSoStronk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

As a die hard pokemon fan all i can say is...this is the greatest pokemon battle i have ever seen in my entire life of watching pokemon. I mean the fuckin anime doesn't offer epic stuff like this! I truly appreciate this great work you and your team put blood sweat and tears into. I hope you continue these great battles and honestly an action video like this deserves well over a million views dude. I humbly request for you to make a Ho-oh Vs Lugia video because that is another battle the anime has never given us that i know you and your team could do well especially after waiting years for you to make this kick ass video


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PGGGGGPGGGGG

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Kinda hard to see whats going on, but still better than the episodes!!!


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PuppetMasterSasoriPuppetMasterSasori

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Before i actually review your video i'd like to thank you first. Although i enjoy the many laughs that i get, i grew tired of the comical pokemon parodies on this website. And i found it extremely difficult to find a pokemon flash video that i can take seriously. I would like to thank you for giving me the chance to completely "nerd out" on a Pokemon flash.

Now onto the actual review;
The level of intensity with these battle are on a scale that all of us die hard fans imagined our battles to be when we would play the pokemon games over the years. I'm also happy to see the pokemon from the older generation, i'm not hating on the newer generations or anything, but generation 1-3 will always hold a special place in my heart. The trainers, to me, look like something out of dragon ball z, and their movements seem a little over dramatic when they're commanding their pokemon, but i guess it fits in with intensity of each beautifilly drawn attack. In a way i guess it's like the trainer feels the intensity of the attack before the pokemon actually does it. You'll get a 5/5 because of the overall feeling that i received while watching all of your videos and I look forawrd to your future videos.


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KineticboxKineticbox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hello!

I've watched all of your videos, and have enjoyed them all. Regarding this one in particular, the fight choreography was incredibly thrilling. In a realm of fantastic, often irrational superpowers, there was a believable fluidity to the fight sequences where energy balls were used. I loved when Rayquaza redirected the ball at the start; there was an intensity to it that was defly carried throughout the entire video, a foreshadowing of an evolving battlefield where only legends could compete. The pacing of the video afterwards was excellent and the minimalist story telling gave it just enough depth to provide an implicit setting for the battles and not be a distraction. Really, just an outstanding job. Respect!

My only criticism would be that Mewtwo's body seemed a bit too long, or stretched out? I think in general you tried to make him look too human, too muscular (e.g. his arms in the profile drawing) . That could just be a result of you trying to adapt his image to your personal art style, but the rest of your pokemon renditions are consistent with their original concepts for the most part, so the deviations do stick out. Well, all's good since he he won in the end :D. Again, great work! Can't wait for the next one!


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teejay-number13teejay-number13

Rated 1 / 5 stars

I really liked this... Three of four years ago. Now that I've gotten into flash, I can see that it actually kinda sucks. Okay it really sucks. I think the "fast-paced action" (which is really just shaky cam and constant tweening) actually just distracts people from how bad the animation is. If it slowed down long enough for us to focus on the actual look and movement of the characters, it would be pretty disappointing. Kudos for not using sprites (boo for the DBZ ripoff characters though) but on the basic level, It's no different from all those Sonic sprite battles with lots of forgettable action and no story!

Sorry, but putting a story in the description doesn't count. And your story just boils down to, can awesome guy and his powerful pokemon beat awesome villain and their powerful pokemon? That's not a story, that's an excuse for not writing a story. So in closing, cut the fights short so you don't wear yourself down, that way you can focus more on smoother movements and transitions. Limit the shaky cam and constant movement of the characters so it doesn't look like a clusterfuck. And maybe write a real story so I actually care about why these people are fighting and how it will turn out.


Tyrant-D responds:

teejay13 you Sir are a very cold-hearted individual!

I put blood, sweat and tears into creating this! and yes! I know it was critical failure! but for once in your life, don't take things so seriously. As for those sonic flashes, I consider them one of the worst things to ever hit newgrounds (Not all but MOST), as you compared this failure to them, I feel incredibly heart broken. These Pokemon battles was never about stories, I say FUCK FAIRY TALE STORIES! LET THE POKEBALLS AND EXPLOSIONS FLY LOL!

Your not even going to take account into the effort one put in making such a flash? your review favored in the trails of a "rant" more than all out "criticism"

Also WTF do you mean "Kudo's for not using sprites??" Get the Fuck out of here with that shit TJ LOL! at least I have the ability to draw unlike the one trying to lecture me in how I should rectify my animation style.

Now Teejay! let me find a window and jump out of it, as you have now shattered my soul. Just to make you feel better now, I think your *cough* "sprite based" *cough*"Pokemon: World of Chaos" series is incredible!

I'm very very very disappointed in you Teejay, very disappointed :( *sniff* *sniff* (Tyrant-D unhooks window) Whooooosh!! Splat**