Like I promised last week, the next review will be Robin Lightwalker's Adventure by
So, let's get start it
Th whole story begins with a prolouge-like chapter named as The Rise of Darkness
: it tells about how the Earth destroyed in 12000 (it's interesting that Great Britain, Sweden and Japan were the only coutries whose could evacuate their people successful) and about the three nations whose confronted each other: Humans, Jedis and Siths (yeah, this story is mainly based on Star Wars series
). But every nations had got a lot of losses, so they decided to send their champions to Calvin which is a space city, to make peace between them: they connected their powers into a energy ball known as the Harmony which became the most powerful thing in the whole Universe. But the Sith wanted this power for himself. Fortunately the Human and Jedi could stop him. After the battle the Jedi decided to protect this "perfect" energy with his knight forever. They became the Perfect Knights. The human gained a strange connection with the sun and he became the Father of Light
(this title is goes through generations and it's similar to the king and religious leader like pope) and he changed his name to Lightwalker (his previous name was Lucas Skywalker) [Whoa, so Luke appeared, to?!
]). And before I forget, he became the leader of Ligthtania
, which is a planet what created by the sun (?). And what about the Sith Lord? So, he became the King of Darkness, but he defeated by the human and the Jedi...
But the real story begins with the son of 15th Father of Light, Robin Lightwalker
(yup, he is main hero of this series
) who's stopped a robbery in a bank which is caused by Mr. Element (wow, there are some elements from Batman and it seems that Mr. Freeze has got a covert twin brother, too
). But after the police arrested Mr. Fre... ahem, Element, Robin discovered a balck skull on the ground which was the mark of his arc-nemesis, Darth Karmilitron
What is Karmilitron's plan with Robin? Can Robin defeat the evil Sith Lord and protect the whole Universe?
I know this is just only the beginning of the story, but it would be too long to write about it. So, RLA (I shortened the title) is mainly based on Star Wars (I know I wrote this before) and some other TV series and video games like Doctor Who, Transformers, Super Mario etc... The story is written like a TV series, which is currently contains 2 seasons and 79 episodes (yup, you read right
). And you can find here music as well, just like in Joeylikesfish's Existensia (I wrote about this last week), but not just from video games like Pokémon Black and White; there are some movie OSTs, too (Transformers Movies for example). It's a good idea, and it can be enjoyable, if you listen this songs, too
(just like in Existensia, I suggest to use Youtube, SoundCloud or any song-related site, if you don't have any of these OSTs
I found the titles of these episodes as interesting, too. Finally, you don't see that "Episode 1'-like thing, but these episodes are split into some smaller chapters with equal title, too. That's a nice idea, too.
The other thing what I liked in RLA, is the descriptions: the characters's appearence (not just Robin) and personality is well-written just like a pleces where our main hero or his enemies appeared, you can be imagine them easily. And don't forget the fight scenes: they're very exciting, too. And we can know more thing about the past of Robin and Karmilitron, too.
Before I forget it, there are some guest characters from other games and series, too, like the characters of Super Mario series (but it's shame that the whole gang was killed by Karmilitron to gain more power...
) or the Decepticons from Transformers.
But there are some negative things here, too. The main thing is grammar mistakes, whose can be ruin easily the whole story, so be careful with these in the future.
And some descriptions like "ran fast like Flash" (for example). (for a fans of DC Comics might know how Flash runs quickly, but someone who didn't read any DC-related comics yet, it can imagine them hardly).
The other thing what I found as confusing that was the deaths of Robin: one death is okay, but it can be boring, if the main hero was dead and revived a lot of times. (I didn't want to offend for this RobinLightwalker, this is just my opinion).
So, that's my opinion about Robin Lightwalker's Adventures. And if you would like read this story, you can find
dA's page (in the Stories folder
And I hope you enjoyed to read my review
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Damn, the second semi-final of Eurovision will begin soon, sooooo...
See you next time, guys