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Apr 29, 2003 | 8:37 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature April 29, 2003

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Here it is. The first episode of my latest series. I spent a long time on it and it quite long so be sure to watch the whole thing. And, yes, as promised, there is voiced dialogue. However, it's all done by me so don't expect a spectacular performance. Enjoy the first installment of the violent action fantasy series. More to come.

Cool. My first Daily Feature award. Thanks for all your feedback. Be sure to go back and view the prologue if your confused.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This movie was awesome!!!

You really deserved that award!!! Please reply and email me on how to make games and movies on flash media!!!!! plz do that i need your help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! my email is


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good

I thought it was .. well... O.K. over all...
The story, I think, will be spectacular, and i love the ideas for spells and attacks, maybe not the naming them part... but that is ok, you do make up for it in the end. I enjoyed this and intend to watch your future episodes. Good job.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Xpected a bit more

I liked the flick. Not bad animation, interesting story, but this episode seemed kind of pointless. I never really learned much about the main character. Most of the cartoon is spent with him killing people, rather than consentrating on the plot. If he's going to kill someone, it should help him get one step closer to the empire. Douglas wasn't much of a threat, so I don't count him as a "plot-kill". However, that won't stop me from watching the next ones. This was entertaining, despite the reckless and sometimes repetetive killing.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

2 problems

#1 while killing the first slave the spell was called "caranium combustion" when something combusts it lights on fire, what you had was more of an implosion. #2 The written text was "madassarian" but you pronounced it massarian, which is it? Over all the graphics sucked, it seemed that the aim of this movie was to be pointlessly violent.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good job

I liked the voice acting, the graphics are nice, and the blood shed was great :D

I don't understand how this was anything like Vampire Hunter D, although, when the necromancer "bought" his horse, I did get reminded of it, simply because that's the only show I've ever seen a scene like that in. Although this was played out differently in almost every aspect, cept that he wanted the dark horse, rather than a normal horse. In VHD D was gladly allowed to take the horse (because of his past deeds), the towns people where the ones attempting to stop him.

mmark-oldflash responds:

True, but that was only because the horse dealer knew him from long ago. The horse dealer in my movie is more like the sherrif in VHD. Hope that helps.