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May 27, 2007 | 3:20 AM EDT
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1.5 MB
1 min 53 sec
4.30 / 5.00

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This is what happens when I get angry, friends. I'm getting tired of this zero voting shit



Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was awesome. Nice job!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The very beginning, before the big BOOM, it reminded me of the very starting of one map in the "One Unit Whole Blood" -game.
Interesting piece, but short. Yeah, I understand, every son cannot be long.

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I can't say I understand, but I agree.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

nah,don't be angry

for i am going to write you a lil piece of my book :3
i followed Ornios(Son of Darkness)inot the caves as he fled as a wounded deer, for he was mortally wounded.
"Give up mortal...! You cannot wish to win this fight...! It is a fight between the gods!" He yelled at me in the darkness.
"Then you are mistaking...this fight was passed to mortals long ago." I replied.
I could hear him grunt faintly from above me and did not hesitate, one swing from my blade and i sliced his chest, but it did not matter as he healed himself.
"Fool! You still don't understand! Mortals are our toys! You live because we needed you. You excist because we allow you to! And you shall perish when we command you to!" He screamed while attacking with his giant claws, afterwards he tried to impale me with the tentacles from his back.
I was able to avoid both of them but knew that without the help of Nirthos(God of Light)i could do nothing...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

You Must Stay In Twilight

Do not lose yourself to Chaos, which is not related to Darkness, which can be both aligned with Order and Chaos. Stay in the Twilight, in neutrality, where we all are meant to belong.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Right from the moment I heard this song start, I was caught. Those strings start the tension so strongly, but when the drums come in, the effect is still startling (in a very good way). The two separate crescendo sections are wonderful, and the moment between them gives just the right amount of relief from the tension to make it all the worse when the second crescendo builds again.

I adore this piece. I just did a video version of one of my comics, and I had to use "Dark Age" at the climax of the whole story. It has such incredible power. I credited you in the credits, and I linked to this page in the comments of the video, so I hope it brings even a few listeners over to your wonderful song!