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This is the story of Katan, a little aztec critter who works as a stonemason on huge pyramid projects. He's an eager, talented employee who beleives strongly in what the project stands for, putting in endless overtime to get things done.

When a less committed, self-serving employee hatches a plan to steal the soul jewel of the temple, the mysterious crystal skull, Katan finds himself under blame and attack from the very monument he helped to create.


I started making this toon November 2008 and finally exported it in January 2010.
Various delays, injuries, graduations and jobs made it hard to focus on for a lot of the time- but it is fairly safe to say that it took a year to make... Which also accounts for the style changes and quality progression evident throughout the four mins of play time ;)

Thanks for watching- and thanks again to Newgrounds for letting me upload such large movie files


the only thing that irked me was the end. Anubis (the black jackal) is Egyptian, not Aztec. Other than that, this is freakin awesome.

Hands down,this is the most amazing video ever,the story was GREAT and so everything else this is were my five should be at right now,right here.

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And i thought my Co workers were Jerks

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Fantastic!! The expressions used in this story are unmatched dood! I also love the music in this video; it gave me goosebumps at the end dood. Keep up the fantastic work!!

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Flawless. One of my absolute favorites.

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4.42 / 5.00

Mar 6, 2010
8:20 AM EST
  • Frontpaged March 8, 2010
  • Weekly Users' Choice March 10, 2010
  • Review Crew Pick March 10, 2010
  • Daily Feature March 7, 2010