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from balaio: In the prologue, her uncle (I think he is) is explaining about the existence of a legendary monster, that it looks like a divine creature protecting the world. Then she says she wants to meet him. He says it's kinda hard and asks how, she answers it's secret.
In the movie:
She's upset and her cat asks if she was dropped out from the magic school. She answers that she needs to pass on her flying exam or else she's out. The cat suggests it'd be better quit.
They sense a flying power, it's the legendary creature. she flies toward the moon aura (tsuki no ha). The creature asks the girl why humans pollute the air that they breathe, she says only "I'm sorry" then kisses him...http://www.rzconsen t.com/

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It was very cute and well made, but the text flashed through really quickly and sometimes the effects on it made it harder to read besides.

i r e m e m b e r y o u

It has been years since I've last seen this, but it still captivates me. Even without your translation, there's still a story that draws the audience in and makes them feel.
My review is biased though, because I've seen your other work and I think you build amazing worlds.

But after so many years, your site is gone and this is all that remains?
Where have you gone?


nice one, music is really cool. but english, english please!

cute ^^

This flash is really cute ^^ but u should traduct it in the movie (i did read your comment so i know what was going on) Great work

remeber kids....weed is bad

dude, as u can see new grounds is english talking, i didnt understand a damn thing O_O.

but the cats and the girl flying in a broom was cute.

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3.90 / 5.00

Oct 31, 2002
7:09 PM EST
  • Daily Feature November 1, 2002