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The Bell Tower Tolls for Thee


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Each midnight at the top of the Clock Tower, the Death God looks down upon the city. He plays his Doom Guitar which is so low frequency that humans cannot hear it, only the undead can. The Death God plays his guitar to signal the strike of midnight, in the realm of the unliving to beckon the Undead Hollows in droves to fall in line, and fall in line they will, or they shall be lost deep in the city for eternity.
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Uploaded: Apr 23, 2014 - 04:56:29 PM
Last Updated: Apr 26, 2014 - 11:15:18 AM Last Played: Nov 15, 2017 - 01:34:37 PM
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sammydix said 1307 days ago (April 23rd, 2014)
i see
all kinds of story plot directions your info could take. then perhaps make into a CGI animation with this playing during the 'awakening' scene. only prob is that it needs to go in more directions into the doom.
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Ultrabeast said 1305 days ago (April 25th, 2014)
Doom
Thanks Sammy! You have a good imagination, I had something similar in mind. Cheers thanks for the listen :)
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Name: Christy Weatherwax
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