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Review: Dimension Collision

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#1 Offline The Root

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Posted Dec 15 2012 - 10:50 PM

[color=#006400;]This is the review topic for my new epic [/color]Dimension Collision[color=#006400;]. It took two days to write the first part! Well, enjoy the epic![/color]

 

[color=#006400;]-Sybre[/color]


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#2 Offline Axilus Prime

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Posted Dec 16 2012 - 12:00 AM

Hmm...this seems like a cool tie-in of all those universes in the comics!

 

I like the general tone. It doesn't feel like most epics, where the author is trying his best to sound all poetic and metaphorical, which only ends up coming out cheesy, overall stupid, and something of a parody of Gothic literature. The epics written by most of the Comic Forum crowd, however, have a more solid footing, and this is no exception.

 

That bit about Ultimate Sybre under the rock was funny. Makes me wonder why he's "Ultimate". I guess I'll have to wait and see! XD

 

So there's SybreX...that might shed some light on exactly how you want me to portray him in Prototypes. But all inhabitants of the MU, unless mutated, are 85% mechanical and 15% organic to begin with, according to Greg. How can he be a cyborg?


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#3 Offline The Root

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Posted Dec 16 2012 - 12:08 AM

Hmm...this seems like a cool tie-in of all those universes in the comics! I like the general tone. It doesn't feel like most epics, where the author is trying his best to sound all poetic and metaphorical, which only ends up coming out cheesy, overall stupid, and something of a parody of Gothic literature. The epics written by most of the Comic Forum crowd, however, have a more solid footing, and this is no exception. That bit about Ultimate Sybre under the rock was funny. Makes me wonder why he's "Ultimate". I guess I'll have to wait and see! XD So there's SybreX...that might shed some light on exactly how you want me to portray him in Prototypes. But all inhabitants of the MU, unless mutated, are 85% mechanical and 15% organic to begin with, according to Greg. How can he be a cyborg?

That was my exact goal!Phew. I am glad that this pleases your eye. But it only gets better.Heh heh. Main Sybre has the same thoughts. But Ultimate Sybre is ultimate because he is more powered than Sybre and is not overtaken by evil energies.Yep. What's a Sybre crossover without him? I hope it does.He is a cyborg because he was originally a Matoran, but was beefed up and had most of his organic parts replaced by machinery. Even most of his mind is mechanical. And all of his skeleton is made of metal.

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