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Nihil ep1: inquisitor

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the inquisitor's mask is a powerful device to break into the human mind. its existence has been only a rumor for quite a while. but now its existence has been verified and every information needed to capture it is provided.

edit: removed audio to avoid licensing issues.

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yeah!

that scene where he catches the mask and blows the guys head away at the same time. Well. i dont know if anyone has seen blade 2 but that should have been what happened when he caught the sunglasses. you are a very creative man...woman...person. keep making this stuff. your good.



Quite...

Well to add to the previous user's comments, 'nihil' is also the title of a KMFDM album...
things just got interesting, well not really but thats trivia for you.
Nice movie, only thing that harmed it was the repetitive walls etc being that grey, something to have broken it up would've made it better...



DeathVirus's Verdict

It's interesting to know that "nihil" means "nothing" in latin, that's it's actual meaning.



nice..

I liked all of it...

G00D J0B!



Excellent everything / except music

your animation is excellent, the presentation of the loading scene is very interesting, i dont think that i have ever come across anything like that before at newdgrounds.com the subject matter is very inticeing. partly because i am very interested in this kind of stuff but even if i didn't like the subject matter, i still think that i would have liked it. The story is pretty dam good as well... but you suffered like most people in your sound and graphic area like most everyone alse. but i really didn't like your music.. i dont know why, mabye it is because i am cranky cause of the loading wait (i have dial up, that can really be slow at time) but dont take offence to that i usually hate the music. JK.


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  • Daily Feature May 27, 2004