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Seasons of the Wolf

Boossara
Released: 11/14/2014
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Description

Theme song for Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf, a fantasy RPG from Winter Wolves Games. An uplifting ballad with vocals performed by Boossara, the theme song draws influences from both European folk music and fantasy orchestral music. The music was composed and produced by Matthew Myers (of LeetStreet Boys notoriety).

In Seasons of the Wolf, you’ll play as Shea or Althea, twins from the far-away village Ninim. In just the course of one year, you will experience many storylines and sidequests; situations and events where your own choices influence the very end of the game. The twins’ tale starts on a day like many others, when one of the siblings finds a young wolf and decides to take it with him/her. Thus begins the long journey which will take the siblings from the ice-shrouded Ninim to the desert-wrapped city of Dingirra to the storm-shrouded port of Shacklesplit. Explore the corruption-riddled halls of Dingirra, and contest with the crimelords who claim it as their own domain. Sail the high seas, battle mighty pirates, and discover their hidden treasures! As always, there are romances available for all tastes, both straight or homosexual. The story, divided into four acts, or Seasons, will leave you wondering what happens next.

Try / buy the game, Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf, at http://winterwolves.com/seasonsofthewolf.htm


A life spent hunting, darkness of the night
Hiding from the daybreak, dangers in the light
I wonder if I’ll always be out here alone
To make it in the wilderness unknown

Seasons of the wolf
Feed the will to survive
Believe within yourself
A beast howls inside
Seasons of the wolf
The bite of adversity calling me
A reason to be with you
So we can be free

Bound in chains, my hunger uncontrolled
Sharpening my fangs to breach the outside world
Will I always suffer blame for what I am
Enslaved in this society of man

Until the day this land is ours