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[DJSS] Elementalist: Ice

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Mar 20, 2009 | 5:52 PM EDT
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4.9 MB
2 min 40 sec
4.18 / 5.00

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Rated 4.18 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

First song in my 'Elementalist' saga. This song has been written to bring forth thoughts of ice somehow, whether you are in a tundra or artic or a cave, whatever. If you can comment I would love to see comments, comments help us newgrounds artist improve.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Very nice, the whole feel of it is great,
Some of the strings sound a bit computerized but I know how hard that can be to make them sound really real, the piano sounds really convincing though.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well, not much left to tell you.

Well, I start off in a dark cave, disembodied, and then the walls around me begin to glow a faint blue, it's a cold light and faint enough to be imagination. At .18 tiny specks of white light appear in my vision but are sparce and don't seem to cast a glow on anything. At 1.04 a flare of blue light runs through the ice, illuminating the vast chamber for a moment, all of its thick, whitish blue stalactites, smooth walls and warped ceiling revealed. After the wave of light has passed the ice has an overall stronger radiation of light and at 1.32 the specks of light are shining brightly enough and in enough numbers to be beautiful in thier own rights. When 1.59 rolls around I've started being pulled through the cave, moving through the curves and bends of the cave towards the exit. Light from outside, eminating from the stars and the moon begins to dwarf the ice's and the specks' glows until they were only a memory, 2.26, you rush through the exit of the ice cave and are gazing across a vast, open land which is covered in snow. Your gaze pans up from the horizon to look a the massive open sky, it's stars twinkling and the moon, full, off in the distance.
That's what I have to say about that.