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Flame's Triumph ~ Blazing Cascade

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Mar 1, 2017 | 11:15 PM EST
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3.4 MB
3 min 1 sec
2.00 / 5.00

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Author Comments

From the Unnamed Touhou Fangame in Progress
Theme of Aluc Arden
Composed by MeisterMach5

This is the theme of one of the original enemy boss characters in the Touhou fan-game I am working on with a friend. I wanted something heroic, but slightly distant. Aluc is intended to be a very morally grey character, whose actions and motives are mysterious. It is "The Flame's Triumph" because Aluc has the blood of dragons coursing through him, allowing him to tap into their incredible abilities like breathing fire and frost, having advanced regeneration as well as flight (without needing wings), and a need to constantly sleep. His triumph comes through conquest and a lust for battle. Preferring action over speaking, Aluc is an individual who would rather see someone's merits and strengths first-hand than simply be told about them. It is for this very reason that, after arriving in Gensokyo, he begins seeking out the famed Hakurei Shrine Maiden, Reimu, to test his might.

This is one of the first true original compositions I have ever done, and while it isn't the most powerful piece, I feel that it is very satisfying to listen to, and that it gets you pumped to fight. The absence of drums make this piece rather lonely, don't you think? I was tempted to put in drums but after doing so, I realized how much more powerful the piece was with the drums missing.


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