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11-22-2008 @ 8:13AM
I have no idea what it is called or what the proper tune is but as I was questing in the Red Dragonflight area in Dragonblight, this really beautiful, melodic and ethereal song came on for a few minutes before disappearing again. Haven't heard it since. I'd say that.I also love the Howling Fjord and Grizzly Hills songs.
11-22-2008 @ 8:34AM
going to have to agree with flint here. im a fan of dalaran, grizzly hills, nexus, and pretty much all the troll pieces thus far, but the ruby/emerald dragonshrine really struck me the most, bolstered greatly by the timing of when it first kicked in.*minor spoiler*i was doing the quest where you kill the banshee of the former keeper of the Ruby Dragonshrine, and after you kill it, her spirit walks in and starts reflecting on her life, death, and why you pretty much have to save the game. i doubt it was intentional, but the main portion of the music there decided to kick in at that moment, lending incredible emotional/dramatic death to the scene.it was as though i had just stepped out of WoW into a pivotal scene from a final fantasy game.and when the music can be compared to Nobuo Uematsu, you know you done something right
11-22-2008 @ 8:35AM
er, save the world. not the game.this site needs to invest in an edit button
and emotional depth, not death. god i fail at english this morning
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