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The Fall of Doram

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Mar 20, 2010 | 12:30 PM EDT

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Henry Eyrom has been faithful to the Order his entire life. After his adopted brother leaves the religion and joins a heretic politician for the senate, tensions grow. Their Nation, Doram has been divided. Locked in a Cold war with the Eldran Empire, the secular minority is beginning to clash with The Order, which has been imposing stricter racial laws. Henry and his brother meet once again at a political debate between the leader of the Secularists, Kenneth Oren and Doram's Religious Ruler, Linus.

Did this little diddy based on a DND campaign. Hope you like it!



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


I love the pacing, it's like: talking, talking, talking, VIOLENCE, talking, talking, VIOLENCE, end.

You really need some voices to make this enjoyable, since it's obviously suppose to be plot driven. The art needs some work, but shows potential.

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canabalistic-pacmen responds:

Thanks for the review!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


did you smoke a fatty when you made this? its a really good flash though, good job!

canabalistic-pacmen responds:

Haha, if only. Thanks for the review!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


It seems to have a good story. Animation is better than most and fight scenes are good. However, this suffers from a couple of problems. Art could get sloppy at points, action was hectic and I sometimes got lost. Dialogue moved REALLY fast. I would ward off trying to have automated text. I would advise having: A) Voices. They definitely would have helped. Or B) A button for advancing text. That would have been better than advancing it for us.

I would focus most on refining your dialogue sequences and then worry about art. Don't be afraid of more time investment if that's what it takes. It may serve you better, especially considering that I'm doing my best to give you the benefit of the doubt here. And not everyone on this site will do you that favor...

I think you have potential and I would love to see you further this technique you have. I'd be happy to be informed when you do. Best of luck to you.


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canabalistic-pacmen responds:

Thanks alot! I originally was going to have voices. But then my labtop failed to read them for whatever reason. Thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Um i like

That was pretty good. The movement was some what smooth and the fight scenes where fun to watch. You need some voices though. Reading the text and matching it up with the mouth movement is not good. No real emotion can be expressed.