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8-29-2011 @ 8:09AM
Power metal such as Dragonforce, Hammerfall, Rhapsody of Fire, etc. No matter what I'm doing in game it makes it feel more epic.
8-29-2011 @ 8:23AM
When i played my Undead Death Knight to 85(that a pun?) I listened to Dimmu Borgir pretty much straight through. The music seemed to fit the feel of the character very well. Warrior/Paladin- As much Amon Amarth that i can take. I do agree with Flolyn though...sometimes I think Blizzard should have hired Dragonforce for some of the zones.
8-29-2011 @ 8:33AM
Dragonforce... I think I have an entire WOW playlist that is nothing but Dragonforce.My warrior got leveled from one to thirty or so on Dragonforce. I think it scarred him. But in a good way.
8-29-2011 @ 8:38AM
That's funny... I stopped listening to metal a long time ago, but I was PvPing with my warrior the other day and felt inclined to blast Amon Amarth.
8-29-2011 @ 8:46AM
@ Gendou -That's because Dragonforce is epicness personified. Nothing bad can come of leveling a warrior - or anyone else, for that matter - while listening to Dragonforce. ^_^
8-29-2011 @ 8:49AM
@wrath: Amon Amarth is my DK Tank music. Viking death metal just seems to fit the DK playstyle, for whatever reason.
8-29-2011 @ 8:51AM
I like To add techno, DJ nate, It's normally the music at the end of the crendor videos. Makes everything your doing more epic. If it comes to mining or some BG grinds! But if I'm in a raid mumble is the only sound the music is off.
8-29-2011 @ 9:15AM
Nothing bad....except for the lyrics. And the guitar playing, if you wanna get anal about how mych studio magic is employed to make the guy seem like he's that good.
8-29-2011 @ 10:43AM
@lordtrollingsworth - Having seen Dragonforce live, I can tell you they are just as good live as they their studio albums are. Now, go back to your Justin Bieber and leave the adults alone.
8-29-2011 @ 12:36PM
If you like Dragonforce, check out Queensryche, Symphony X, Dream Evil, and Dream Theater (Dream Theater's later albums). They all have some pretty powerful songs.Nothing beats The Odyssey by Symphony X while in a Dungeon or Battleground. 24 minutes of powerful symphony/heavy metal epicness. Plus, its about Odysseus. You can't get much more epic than him.
8-29-2011 @ 4:07PM
No, they really aren't as good live."good".You know what other word starts with "g"? Generic. Because they are painfully unremarkable to anyone who discovered the genre decades ago. SWEET, ANOTHER SONG ABOUT DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS WITH A DOUBLE BASS PEDAL.Dragonforce sucks, and their fanbase is %99 neckbearded virgins who couldn't get lucky with a +20 modifier to their roll.
8-29-2011 @ 5:10PM
...While I don't really give two figs about Dragonforce or most speedmetal beyond wanting the occasional *HELLYEAH* energy surge fast-loud music can give you, I must say that I'm not happy.With a name like lordtrollingsworth I would have expected a better, more refined troll. Something like Winston Churchill. THAT was a man who could insult with culture. Instead we get "Your music suks, it's so generic, lolneckbeards, D&D virgins lulz!" comments. Indeed, I could, were I more clever, get a bit of milage of the irony of using such generic, overused stereotypes in his critisism of (apparently) generic overused music.I would call his observations and insults childish, but that would insult the intelligence of my goddaughter and her entire first grade class. Well, except for that little guy who drools. He does his best, though.But I do have a question, milord, after having read your other contributions to the thread. Is it hard being the only beacon of taste in such a bleak world? Of seeing everyone around you being horrible and stupid and liking what is so OBVIOUSLY the Wrong Music? How do you deal with that?It's a burden I don't think I could bear.
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