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LoZ: Hope's End

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Thanks for all the feedback! Highly appreciated!

NOTE: I noticed a few donations to my paypal account, BUT I temporarily lost access to it, so I didn't claim them because I need to regain access to it, by no means because I didn't want them!

Not sure when a new animation will be ready, hopefully in the next few months.

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ehhh...

the video was okay but my question is why would ganon take of his cape only to take of his armor right after?

IM THINKING

RIGHT NOW I THINK IVY GAVE UP HERE LIFE SO LINK HEAD CAN RE-ATACH AND SO HE CAN COME BACK TO LIFE

stupid

why link kill him self

while i loved the idea...

i have to agree that the positions were akward, there wasn't a battle scene really, and what happened to the fairy? the whole fight should have been more thought out and done a litlle better, and the art was fantastic, for being donwe with a mouse. the voice acting was off at spots, and some of the subtitles didnt match up. one more thing i wanna know about: how did link come back from being decapitated? i know you cant kill a weilder of the triforce, and therre was a fairy there too, but being decapitated, how did sheik expect link to wake up? did his head just magically re-attach itself? all in all i loved the story, the fight scene left very much to be desired, and the artwork coulda been better. just keep practicing and sure enough i know that youll have a very good thing in the future.

Wow

Reading some of these reviews made me sceptical but when I saw it yeah sure it could have been done better but hell the story was there when he killed link and decapitated him i was thinking wtf like everyone else but instead of getting angry or insulting your work I stuck it out and you know what I'm glad I did Bravo just bravo I commend you sir.

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