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The story and voice acting was okay, and your attempts at VFX were good for a beginner, but you really ought to make your animation smoother (more frames + a higher framerate) and try to design sets. I know it's difficult due to the sheer size of constraction figures (trust me, I spent nearly half a decade doing BIONICLE animations) but seeing curtains and a keyboard and random bits of furniture is a real turnoff.
However, it's refreshing to see that you've gone for voices rather than subtitles. I don't know if you're familiar with Scotttjt and Kylernuva135, but they normally do exactly the kind of video that this is, but with subtitles rather than actual voices. Scotttjt is a really really really good storyteller (while Kylernuva135 is not) but the lack of voice acting and of any semblance of a set really detracts from his work.
That said, you're off to a good start. I hope all this helps, and feel free to message me if you want any further advice. If there's anyone on the forum to ask about animating BIONICLE/Hero Factory figures, I'm your guy.
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