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Never Stop Fighting!!

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So, the story behind this track is that, this coming Friday, a long-time group of friends and I are coming to the most difficult and pivotal fight we've ever encountered in our 2+ year long Dungeons & Dragons 4.0 campaign. In order to motivate everyone to do their best and not be disheartened (as a good healer should do), I decided to compose this song, a circa 2-minute orchestrated song/loop to be used as background music during our fight.

Yeah, EliteFerrex is quite a bit of a nerd.

Long live Travok McBrownbeard, Aurumak the Gold, Ko'aer Stormpaw, Fee the Punisher of the Gods, Mroc'hodar Krocheskel, Ariz Red, Aldorik Stonecraft, Genesis the Otherworldly Conductor, and Ralir Zarinray, whatever the outcome may be!

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dat percussion



I really like this, and it definitely fits the tone of an epic battle, but it still feels like it's missing something. I think there should've been some choir effects.That would have really put it over the top.



I played this song when I figured out how to cheat at tug-of-war. I sat on my end of the rope. I finally beat my dog, and your song made winning more awesome!


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If this were in a game, I might have to stall the battle just so I could listen to this!



Hm, i like this.
I can hear every single instrument.
It has great quality.
It isn't too repetitive, nor too strange.

I enjoy this track alot, but i feel like it isn't quite what i would call a boss fight track.
It would more sound like the last dungeon before the last fight.
It has a motivating vibe to it, while reminding you how serious of a business you're into.
You should make more orchestrated tracks.
Seriously.


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EliteFerrex
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Score
4.66 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 30, 2012
6:45 PM EST
Genre
Video Game
File Info
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4.9 MB
2 min 9 sec

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