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My Missing Girl

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It is Winter and the anniversary of the king's daughter's disappearance. Being only thirteen, it is difficult to assume that she is capable of surviving long without her father. There are honorable men who say that the demon Bal'shaz is the culprit, but few would face a demon in battle.

The king sits in his chambers looking out across the snow-covered valley, and his mind is overwhelmed by grief. However, today is the day of change -- a new beginning. A priest who claims no boast of deeds arrives and encourages the king's heart. Together they will ride forth from out of the castle gates and into the lair of the demon, and together they will rescue the missing girl.

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A terribly dark winter. It feels they have only grown darker at times since you would have first posted this song, so all the more fitting sadly. But with A powerful sense of triumph near the end to show our resolve will never falter and always shine through.

Such a beautiful and powerful song. Thank you so much for making this!

It's awesome!

Bosa responds:

Thank you!

wow, I love it!

Bosa responds:


Epic strive music . Description picture a good picture.

Bosa responds:

Very nice.

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4.87 / 5.00

Dec 4, 2013
12:08 AM EST
File Info
4 MB
1 min 45 sec

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