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This is the first time in which I made music along with the art! I'm reuploading it from Twitter.

I'll consider doing some more in the future when I could be able to draw out numerous cutscenes and the like.


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"The towering pillars - only found in the most unforgiving landscapes of the Bridge's Wilderness - signify a universal warning for all passerbys and travellers from any Sphere who wish to make way through the Maze. Due to the constant distortion of pathways, the Dead Ends come and go in any random Bridge without warning; thus, the pillars too naturally make its presence in areas where Essence and Void violently clash together.


The End of the Maze sounds much like an approach to the event horizon, and that is undeniably true; a sheer-massive barrier of pink and black extends from the ground up and into the boundless zenith, rippling all matter into a timeless flow the closer it reaches to the threshold. With ominous howls and churning clouds, one account describes this barrier as seeing the wall of a looming apocalypse."

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I'm gonna miss Flash when it dies.

(EDIT: changed the genre, fair point lol.)


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I am a lone Wanderer, disparate and without remorse for my steps. Though the spirit dims as the body breaks, I clutch at a hope for happiness.

The Void endeavors relentlessly to rob me of my sanity; to leave me a tattered and shriveled corpse without friends or future. Unknown depths of despair await me in the darkness and though it terrifies me beyond my ability to describe, I know I must carry on.

I am a lone Wanderer, disparate and without remorse for my steps. Though the spirit dims as my body breaks- I know I will find a place I can call home.

EDIT: Wow, man. This piece is powerful. The music and the imagery both. I want it on my iTunes. Thank you for this experience, man.