An homage to old RPGs. Made using the Roland Sound Canvas.
I think I'm still in my forest, but this place feels off. It's beautiful, but these ruins are far older than the ones closer to the village. I don't recognize the inscriptions... or the symbols. And... I think I can hear bells or drums somewhere beneath the stone floor.
The bard approaches accompanied by the creature, whom I'm told is a magical being called, "Bobbit." Bobbit cuts their hand... blood drips on the ground and it begins to lightly rain again... as the blood drips onto the ground and mixes with the rain, something begins to glow. It appears to be a septegram. The symbol slowly splits to reveal an ancient, stone staircase.
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As someone dealing with protocols day in day out, finally I can channel all my rage into productivity with these phenomenal tracks.
I wish every protocol was as straightforward as simple HTTP, DNS or FTP.
I swear if I have to debug a weird intermittent networking issue involving SIP telephony over multiple OSPF/BGP-routed and NATed networks/VPNs & routers again for hours on end I will scream so loud even this music at 130dB cannot drown it out. SilverFolfy