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8-20-2008 @ 4:46PM
Kara-music, praised? You gotta be kiddin xD By whom, the composer? :D Haven't heard a single player praise it, rather expressing their strong dislike innit.
8-20-2008 @ 4:59PM
I personally like Karazhan's music. Suits the atmosphere nicely and if you do listen to it, it does have a haunting feel to it.The problem is, Kara is the first real entrance into TBC raiding and a popular place for badge-farming, so you have a 3-hour raid with that theme playing...it kinda deludes it. I mean, not a lot of PVE progression guilds in T5 can say they really enjoy raiding Kara anyway...even the theme could be annoying to them.=PIf you either listen to it before you raid it for the first time or maybe long after you're all done with Kara, the theme IS pretty nice.
8-20-2008 @ 5:37PM
I think a lot of players get turned off the kara music by the fact that after a long raid it sounds overly repetitive. However, if you actually listen to it rather than just have it drive you slowly mad in the background, it's a very tight, very neat composition. It's got an extremely baroque style, with some bits removed almost verbatim from the Bach organ fugues, which suits the academic and learned ambience of Medivh, most powerful of mages.
8-20-2008 @ 5:40PM
I like to leave my music settings to have "Loop Music" turned OFF. That way, when I enter a new zone or instance or major area, I hear the appropriate music *once*, then it stops at the end of the track and is silent again until I changes zones/areas/instances.I do like Kara music, but like Falcio says, a whole raid night of it gets VERY old VERY fast.
8-20-2008 @ 5:41PM
8-20-2008 @ 5:57PM
Yeah I love it personally. Makes me feel like I'm raiding Disney's Haunted Mansion.
8-21-2008 @ 12:16AM
ive done kara quite a few times and i still love the music... especially when you are near the opera area and the organ joins in
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