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Feels weird to be tooting my own horn, but I find this work top-notch, and a huge step ahead further from the predecessors.

Much more ambitious animations were employed for this episode as a whole (but definitely more on the latter), again the voice-acting has matured well, and further expansion into the nature of the crisis that our protagonists are going through... Along with an ending scene that will most certainly turn the situation over its head.

I feel as though there are not that many works with similar circumstances that deal with the consequences of survival like Reduce does either - the need to persist may be extremely dire, but it just isn't going to go the way you think it will if you're not of the right mind, and especially if you weren't prepared to do stuff like this in the first place (reminds me of Train to Busan, a zombie movie where the heroes area bunch of regular civilians who have no true apocalypse experience [nor the weapons you usually see in them]).

I eagerly await working on the next installment, Mejson and co. It sure looks like many others are thinking the same.

Mejson responds:

It's nice to hear that you feel our development too :)

I must admit that there were intresting moments in Reduce 2 - Part I, but they are more ambitious in this part, maybe because it was initially one animation, so in Reduce 2 - Part I the situation is just getting started. Yes, voice-acting and internal character changes are heading in the right direction.

Yes, as always you are right, but does the viewer expect it? I noticed that hardly anyone has time here (NG) recently to get caught up in such a deep story.

Me too! Thanks my friend for the honest comment!

That was a great sequel. It has really gone far from being AvA 1 so long ago. And it is great that you still have faith in the series.

But the way it ends, it can certainly add on. Since the Chosen has befriended the Animator as well as four sticks, another new threat will arise. The possibilities are endless. That is 100% your choice, though.

Cool, Mejson. Everyone can keep up with what's happening, and a look into each person's standing and personality, along with their pros and cons. It'll be far more interactive once more characers show up, but for the meantime, a great start. :)

Mejson responds:

Exactly, I care that everyone actually were familiar with the current situation in Reduce.

Beautiful ending. I was speechless my first time watching this. Xero, Omega, and Kary's suffering finally come to an end. But where one's journey ends, another's journey begins...

I don't know where the shit comments are coming from, or the hate being put on fan forms of Sonic characters, but I'm certainly not one who just says stuff like that. This opening is very decent. It keeps quite a bunch of the first try of the opening, so it looks like the changes are mostly the ending (where Sonic co. and the antagonists collide) and where the fan forms fight. But good job nonetheless.

You certainly was not slacking during this time off. The animations are greatly improved!

Mejson responds:

Thanks.. :)


though I would have use the call storm or fire breath shout


I would have thought to shoot an arrow to his knee :/ but you're way works too


Clearly you did not read thewax70's author comments

You have officially made...

A fad. Seriously, I saw 50 different comments on youtube about getting hit in the knee!

Never a dull moment on this site for me even after so many years. Semper Fi.

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