Well, it's hard to giuve a full impression of your act via a web-transmitted video shot on the shoulder and full of too many transitions.
For starters, like I said -- who are you? What's with the mask? If you really are supposed to be some sort of "wizard," why are you messing around with rope tricks?
Do you talk at all, or is it all stuff set to music? If it is all to music, why are you doing that?
As for the magic itself, you obscure too much of it by swinging around and moving too fast. The first set of card productions are nice, if a bit short. The right-hand card manipulation -- well, it's impossible to tell what your effect was. Then the rope -- I'm not finding anything compelling about the knots-off rope effect.
Why do you go back to card manipulations again? You need to work on your blocking -- you shouldn't be stepping back and forth like that.
Why go from heavy thump-thump techno to semi-classical music?
And lastly (and I'm really not much of a fan of the classic manipulation school of magic, but I "get it" as Denny Haney says, "laypeople appreciate a demonstration of skill"), you need to routine that whole card manip thing a whole lot better -- you drop a load of cards into the box, followed by an obvious steal of more cards off the back of the table, spray them into your hat, only to use that as a way to facilitate stealing more into back-palm so to continue productions. Visually to a spectator, that entire sequence makes no sense whatsoever. Actions need to have their own logic -- look at each one as it connects to the other and say, "why am I doing this."
But before you get there, you need to figure out all those painful "who am I and what am I trying to say with my look, my act and my magic" questions first.
Does that help?