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Tlaloc's Test: No Evil 007

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Mar 7, 2013 | 7:59 PM EST
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"Desert Pete"
Artist: Kingston trio
Composer: Billy Edd Wheeler

I love me some Kingston Trio. This is yet another "fiddly" project.... If I don't put it up now It shall never go up. Real simple plot relevant to the "No Evil" overarching story. These are Ichabod the crane.....Shuddup I like it....... And Chalchiutlique (Calamity) the basilisk. Long story short, they both often have to go out into the world and look for things and this is just one of the situations they run across.

This is less based on a myth and more on an actual occurrence, about which this song was written.... With magic added on my part ^^0



Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was mighty fine, both the animation and the story.
I'm a sucker for mythology, so the nahua references were an added treat. Looking forward to more of your stuff.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

so she kept the water fork thingy? What a jerk!

Warlord-of-Noodles responds:

nooot really, kind of a sword in the stone situation, that.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Man this is a cool little ditty you've created to this song.
I really dig your animation. It reminds me of those old 70's cartoons that have similar "folksy" music backing them.
Good stuff, I look forward to your next flash!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

So she wasn't always magically amazing......? You should add an animation of their back stories .....or at least Calamity's ..... o.o .....please

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wery good, but that looks more like Hades's pitchfork then Poseidons's trident (just asuming you are thinking of Poseidon's trident). So if it is the pitchfork it dues not have enyting to do with water.

Warlord-of-Noodles responds:

Not much Greek referencing (if any) in "No Evil."