Monument of Heroes

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Project: Cuintha II

North of the Lake of Viridia, on the island at the center of the Tirque ocean, you can find a large monument surrounded by green lush trees and unique glowing plants. On the monument are names of heroes from Cuintha's past, Hundreds of years back. You can find names of famous scientists, professors, warriors, architects and great leaders. If you touch the monument it opens a portal which you can enter.

As you step in you can see transparent statues of hundreds of individuals. You can clearly see the details and names on the statues, but they cannot be touched. It was created in such a way so that noone could ever destroy their individual statues so that they could be remembered for all eternity.

In order to become a part of this monument, you would have to contribute immensely to Cuintha's future growth.

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Pfffff Mannn i listened to all your music and they are so AMAZING !!
do you even make bad music ??
how about me wanting to hear some bad music from you ...

you are a legend , your place is not here man !!

keep it up ...

DanJohansen responds:

hahaa appreciate it man, recently got a good indie score gig which hopefully leads to bigger things, glad you enjoyed it!

Very legit song.
Feels like it would fit in some Runescape soundtracks
:D You have talent.

DanJohansen responds:

Thanks for the compliments good sir! Glad you enjoyed it.

Beautiful :) The story you depicted fits perfectly with the music. Adventurous, atmospheric with just a touch of mystery I think. The balance is perfect the whole way through the piece and I love how you build up the different sections and keep it interesting and moving as we ponder and explore the monument amid the greenery.

DanJohansen responds:

Thanks man, I enjoy mystery in RPG type cinematic music etc. Glad you enjoyed it pal!

I love the harp that comes in at 0:35! The percussion is also particularly fantastic throughout! Overall, the combination of instruments is just mind-numbingly beautiful ^_^

DanJohansen responds:

Thanks for the compliments man, glad you enjoyed it! Appreciate the feedback a ton!

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5.00 / 5.00

Mar 29, 2014
3:42 AM EDT
File Info
8.2 MB
3 min 36 sec

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