So I decided to remaster my Plagues video, since it's original had terrible quality and I really like this video. I basically kept everything the same excluding a few places, and the transitions are a bit different which may result in some places being smoother or rougher than the original. In any case, I still love this video.
So please enjoy, and if you "like the original one more" then watch the original, I will be leaving it up as well.
I also entered this (this specific version) to Anime Banzai 2012. Shockingly it won two awards:
Best in Show
For that second award (and the first for that matter) still makes me go... REALLY? o.O
Description from the original:
I've always wanted to do a really far-fetched random video and this is the beginning! In a way, I'm being dead serious and in another way I'm being not serious as well. (the bread)
So, yeah..this video has a backstory too! Lord Lelouch (Pharaoh) has taken over Japan and Lord Suzaku (Moses) his adopted brother has been called by God who is not seen in this video (it's actually Arthur) Suzaku doesn't want to hurt his so called brother but he must to save his people. Lord Lelouch won't give in to Lord Suzaku's requests... Who will triumph between brothers?!?! The actual songs chaos is being caused by God but this time around it's Lord Lelouch! Who knew? And Lord Lelouch was trying to poison his real brother Rolo with bread...just so you know. That ends my random storytelling..
Oh! Oh! I'm also planning to do something with Ev@ngelion using this same type of weirdness (or rather epicness) , be prepared! [I still have plans to do this, I'm just waiting for more Eva scenes...]
Anime: C0de Ge@ss
Artist: Prince of Egypt Soundtrack
Song: The Plagues
DISCLAIMER: First off, I'm not making any money from this, and second;
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