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Legends tell of heroes, villains, and quests that save the world from darkness. The streets tell a different story. For PC, Mac & Linux
Legends tell of heroes, villains, and quests that save the world from darkness. The streets tell a different story. For PC, Mac & Linux
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    1. Pyrodactyl Games 2-time creator on

      @stefan: Thanks!

    2. Stefan Brauner on

      Hey, what a fine collection of tunes. I especially liked "The City of Bhimra".
      The track "Hope Endures" had two or three moments of noisy interferences. Don't now if it is an issue with my Player. I downloaded the mp3 files.
      Otherwise I really enjoyed the Unrest ;-)

    3. Pyrodactyl Games 2-time creator on

      @ChrisG: The ID3 numbers were messed up by Audacity. I'm uploading a new version with correct ID3 tags and album art. Sorry!

    4. Pyrodactyl Games 2-time creator on

      @Naomi: Thanks a lot!

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      chrisg on

      The tracks are all very nice, thank you very much! Is there a predefined order in which they should be played? They are not numbered in the names and don't have any ID3 tag numbers either.

    6. Naomi Green on

      I'm enjoying the music.

    7. Pyrodactyl Games 2-time creator on

      @Avakael: Are you having problems with the humble key resender? If yes, could you PM me with the steps you are taking, and I'll sort it out.

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      Avakael on

      No idea how the hell to claim whatever rewards I had in the first place. :|

    9. Pyrodactyl Games 2-time creator on

      Huh, I was certain I did that. Must have been some sort of mishap (I used audacity btw). I'll upload the fixed tracks soon.

    10. T.J. Fuller, Jr.
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      Could the tags on the .mp3s (and .oggs, if supported) be populated? Namely "Artist", "Title", "Album", and "Track", though others ("Year", "Composer", etc.) would be dandy.