PALADIN episode 5 part 2

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THIS ANIMATION WILL LAG ON MOST COMPUTERS! There is a LAG FREE version on Youtube, check out my website for details. DO NOT vote poorly because of lag as the result of the detail I put into this.

This animation and its first part have taken over a year and a half of FULL TIME work to complete. It's all a one man production so please vote accordingly, because in the end all that time in making this finale, has been utilized to make something as entertaining to you all as possible. ENJOY!!


Bravo! The conclusion to this is both epic and awesome. Although the villain is cool, he is both way too talkative, arrogant, and smug for his his own good, with that pride ultimately being his downfall. You did a fantastic job with this series, Jazza, so kudos to you!

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Evil always tries, but it never wins. The character development reaches it ultimate height, and I think the animation for this chapter is very good, but in a few places it could be better.

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The animation and voice acting are decent. But the story is full of cliche and sometimes stupid. Ancient wise evil god is stupid enough to mess with the weapon ment to destroy him! At first I was thinking that he is realy afraid of the sword but pretending to be invincible. But after he tried to grab it I was like WTF??? And he talks too much (as always) instead of just killing the hero and turning him into zombie! And the destiny of the hero (of wich the good god told and even raised him from the dead for that) is to bring the sword to evil god and watch him making suicide! What an honour! And stabbing giant zombie in the back is so paladin-ish!

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4.34 / 5.00

Jul 13, 2007
6:28 AM EDT
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