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Aug 13, 2006 | 6:51 AM EDT
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3.7 MB
4 min 36 sec
4.14 / 5.00

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A warrior, fought many battles, grabs his sword for the last time... reviews pls!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


cool song.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good Drums.

Nice to see someone knows how to use those drums. Excellent job, just need to make it a bit clearer.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awe Inspiring!

After about 10 seconds I came to this conclusion: I MUST download this song! Your work is always amazing and this one is no exception. It paints its own picture in the mind of each person who hears it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


if there is only one word to describe this it would be epic


Rated 5 / 5 stars


If you don't mind, I'd like to share my visualization with everybody.
0:00 to 0:56, I saw a glorious military leader, fighting for his homeland, and his peoplee. He was a well-respected general in the mlitary, who fought fiercely. Then he retired at 0:57. at 1:04, I see him finding the government turning into a kleptocracy. Once again, he must fight for his people, and at 1:20, I see him beginning a rebellion against the evil kleptocrats, talking to neighbors and friends and gaining support and weapons. At 1:36, he decides that they have enough to begin an armed rebellion. They begin their fierce march on the capitol, killing and capturing all in their way. At 2:07, they had finally reached the dreaded fortress where the kleptocrats lived. It was time to prove himself once again. the troops take their positions. it was only a matter of time until they were found, and they needed as many people in the right places as possible. At 3:27, I see the troops being fired upon and the general orders a charge right into the heart of the kleptocrats' defences. In his excitement, he stood up too high and was shot to death. The rest of the troops are angered, but not discouraged. They would not let their beloved general die in vain! At about 4:10, I see the survivors holding a makeshift funeral for him. Many tears were shed, but all knew his sacrifce was not in vain, for they had won. A grand memorial was erected over the spot where he died, a remnder of not only him, but all who had died that day. he would have wanted it that way, for he knew that he was fighting not for hmself, but his people.

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