Plot Summary[edit | edit source]
Hank, A.K.A "The Protagonist," now wearing circular red rimless glasses, a mask, a black trench coat (a reference to the movie Léon), also with a matching black toque; of the kind a television robber might use, and bandages all across his body, attacks what might be a stronghold of Jesus'. Jesus is now battle-scarred, covered in stitches over his head and bandages across his body, under his white coat. Hank easily manages to take down each bodyguard he meets until Jesus arrives. The ensuing battle ranges from the land right outside the stronghold, to a cliff side below, and finally the valley at the very bottom of the area. At one point Hank employs a fighting style identical to "Gun-Kata", the fictional martial art invented in the movie Equilibrium (2002). The fight between the two swings in favor between Hank and Jesus several times until Tricky arrives. Then, the entire tone of the flash changes; becoming so insane as to make the previous flashes appear tame and sane in comparison. The phrases "REALITY COMPROMISED" and "THE CLOWN HAS BEEN ENGAGED" appear on-screen, and Tricky seems to become powerful, yet insane.
Deimos and Sanford drive in a car, and quickly throw Hank his katana, before reversing and getting flattened by a falling building which Krinkels has said is the Flying Party (a reference to The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams). Tricky manages to quickly and decisively defeat and decapitate Jesus and then goes into a short fight with Hank. Hank manages to hold his own for most of the fight, and even gains the upper hand near the very end, but Tricky, powered by the Compromised Reality, gets right back up again after having the top of his head sliced off, and kills Hank by ripping his head off and pounding it into the ground.
Reception[edit | edit source]
Madness Depredation has received over 2.3 million views, and has an average score of 4.36/5 and average review of 9.6/10. It has won the Daily Feature and Weekly Second Place Awards.