In this episode, Lion-O goes all Luke Skywalker on Tatooine. Except at night. Snarf, snarf.
The moral of today’s episode: Even fishmonsters have families *wipes away tear*
Here we are, guys. The penultimate day of Saizen’s Summer Special! Make sure you come and join Saizen’s celebration tomorrow as Saizen hits double figures. Yes, you heard right – Saizen’s 10 tomorrow, and Saizen’s got a few treats lined up for you all
As for this episode, not content with messing around with Billsword, Ogre decides to bare his teeth at Cheetahbaton as well. The kid’s got spirit, I’ll give him that.
We’re looking for a experienced encoder to help us out on a few things. Go to #ruri-recruits on Rizon if interested.
Lucky number 13 of this insane release spree sees the beasts back on our screens again. And as summer is the time for sunshine, love and all-round friendliness, make sure to take some time out in your busy days to hug your fellow beasts humans, like Ogre and Billsword here. At least, I hope that’s what they’re doing… Wait, where’s Ogre’s hand going? And that grin of pleasure on Billsword’s face… Oh my! Cover the children’s eyes! >.<
Summer Special #7!
Joe’s not the only wild animal we’re throwing at you in this summer releasing spree madness!
Here’s one who made this particular script unbearable to edit because of all the puns he decided to throw in to every line. It’s a real bugbear of mine when I have to rack my brains, thinking up witty banter, all because every damn beast in the show decides they can’t go two minutes without saying their own name or telling everyone what kind of beast they are. Personally, I think they’re a marmalade sandwich or two short of a pic-a-nic basket >:
And it’s not just this grizzly character who’s a pain in the neck this episode! Morcrab scuttles back onto our screens too, which as you probably guessed, left me feeling rather… crabby while editing *flips tables*
Anyway, moving on
Go visit our best chums over at Saizen to thank them for their part in bringing you some more Beast Mixed-Martial Arts, and look out for some more episodes winging your way in the near future as Saizen’s Spectacular Summer Special continues!
A new challenger appears! Get hyped!
After keeping you guys waiting for so long, we finally reached the end of Line Offline: Salaryman. I think we can all agree it was a fun little series with plenty of laughs to be had, and even a nice sunset shot of the office personnel to finish it all off. As ever when it comes to final episodes of a show, we do a roll call of everyone who made this project possible:
Raw Provider: Badskater
Timer: FAbian101, sm2345, ninjacloud and sangofe
Karaoke Timer: FAbian101
Typesetter/Kara/All-round Badassery: Timescar
Encoder: Scab (pre-retirement), CharlieB
So thanks to everyone involved, especially Saizen, without whom this project wouldn’t have been possible.
Oh, and to answer questions before they inevitably get posed, we probably won’t be doing LineTown because 50 episodes at 25 minutes each is a bit of a slog that could probably be funneled elsewhere into more exciting projects. And yes, blame FalseDawn for the styling. He’s sorry ;___;
Here’s 2 more eps!
We’re gonna be taking a break on Beast Saga for a little bit(Right at a cliffhanger too! lol) to release the rest of Line Offline Salaryman.
Don’t worry though. Beast Saga will return in the coming weeks.
Oh and as the title of this episode suggests, there’s a character death (“In my Saturday morning cartoons?!” I hear you cry) so brace yourselves: Some beast’s gonna go down fightin’!
And just so you don’t end your week on a downer, we’ve included ANOTHER episode too! Aren’t we nice?
- sonic on Beast Saga 21
- FalseDawn on Beast Saga 21
- sonic on Beast Saga 21
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