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Hej Sokoly

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Nov 28, 2012 | 2:17 PM EST
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"The dispute between two kingdoms must be settled before it is too late. Follow the exploits of the Falcons as they make an urgent delivery. The end of one man's selfish tale brings a future to those who continue living in this strange world, but at what cost?"

This piece is a bit of a sci-fi take on the classic Polish/Ukrainian folksong "Hej Sokoly", what translates to "Hey Falcons". The song used in this is a remix by my good friend Initial P of DIsko Warp Music Be sure to check out the audio link for more music by him if you enjoy it!

**Some of the scenes in this get pretty intense with layers, so if your computer is chugging, I have a Youtube upload of this with you can find on my goshadole channel, or view it in Chrome**



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's easy to see a lot of work and skill went into this :)

One problem - dunno if it was entirely down to my laptop being slow/crap - was that sometimes I didn't understand everything going on.

Great stuff and I'd love to see more like it


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I've waited quite awhile to see a new GoshaDole flash.
Can't wait to see what he makes next!!!!!!!!!!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow... through all that sugary-coated electropolka happiness lies such a tragic story. I'm sure there's a bit of irony in there somewhere.
I've actually been watching your videos for a long time now, and this one fails to disappoint!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The story is simple. The video the antagonist was watching was a past video footage of him and the King. The antagonist lost his wife that day. Then the two kingdoms became enemies. Also in that old footage, the king could only save the child of the antagonist. But the antagonist thought he lost both his wife and child.

The king sent out the antagonists child to deliver a treaty. But of course, things went bad. The antagonist ended up killing his own son in a year old grudge against the other kingdom. That's why he was crying when he contacted the King. Because he killed the child he thought he lost years ago.

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