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

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Now watch this Full 1080P Lag-Free on Youtube

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!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I cannot even begin to imagine how long this must have taken you, in regards to animation and effects. Talk about a visual masterpiece. The character art is good, the moves and abilities are all flashy, bright and give a lot of power. They dominate the screen and really give a sense of force and power.

The fighting is brutal and has a lot of raw emotion, which really came through nicely. All I can say is, I agree with Gamepro, because a movie like this would definitely get fans riled up and excited for the action.

The only issues I have are the sound (crappy SWF really takes away the orchestra of sound effects and music that you've included in the animation) and the designs could be further improved, but again: This was really freaking sweet.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

what did i just watch?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice i wish to see more from you


Rated 5 / 5 stars

OK they seriously need to make a pokemon movie thats this action packed and brutal. and without bitchy ash because we can all agree he wont take it that far. pussy....

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Rated 5 / 5 stars