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Not as inviting as the other two, and the beginning takes awhile to finally get started. But, it gets me interested in Part Four.
I like this knight tale parody, very funny! I am just waiting for the next episode of the adventures of John Redwood and Wizard Whitebeard...
I nearly didn't watch this. I found the start a bit slow and the arms waving around very nearly made me hit the close button. However, I forced myself to not get distracted by the arm waving. About half way in I was genuinely engrossed and was actually surprised and disappointed when it ended. I wanted to see more!!
I've sent some constructive criticism via private message so as not to clutter up your thread.
Really liking this series so far! The pacing for Part 3 did feel a bit sluggish in comparison to Parts 1 and 2; perhaps it's because less seems to happen in this part. Still very funny, though--I love the dialogue.
"Wait, there are women in this world?"
"In an enlightened society we must question everything." (pause) "Did you get that down?"
Not entirely sure if the horse/elephant thing was meant to be just random, or a reference to something (if it was I didn't get it).
That was an unexpected ending.
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