Battle Bards Episode 110: Acoustic guitar

The Battle Bards are quite familiar with the power of the strummed guitar and lute, knowing that such simple instruments can bring down walls, devastate armies, and dethrone monarchs. But on their off days, acoustic guitars are simply pleasurable to hear and are sprinkled throughout many a-MMO’s soundtrack. It’s six-stringed serenity in the 110th episode of this podcast!

Battle Bards is a bi-weekly podcast that alternates between examining a single MMO’s soundtrack and exploring music tracks revolving around a theme. MOP’s Justin co-hosts with bloggers Steff and Syl. The cast is available on iTunesGoogle PlayTuneInPocket CastsStitcher, and Player.FM.

Listen to Episode 110: Acoustic Guitar (or download it) now:

Episode 110 show notes (show pagedirect download)

  • Intro (feat. “Sunlight of Morning” from Aion, “The Fringes (Daytime)” from FFXIV, and “Hills of the Shire” from LOTRO)
  • “Auf zu neuen Welten” from Drakensang
  • “Firelight” from TERA
  • “Lisbon” from Uncharted Waters Online
  • “Aughaire and Angmar” from LOTRO
  • “Dion Theme” from Lineage II
  • “Pre-Alpha 4” from Shroud of the Avatar
  • “Breeze Island” from Ragnarok 2
  • Which one did we like best?
  • Listener comments: Rafael12104
  • Jukebox picks: Retro Game Audio“Emerald Falls” from Revelation Online, and “Main Theme” from Spyro’s Adventure
  • Outro
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Minimalistway

Lisbon is in Portugal guys … and this is one of the best episodes, thank you :-)

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George Wilson III

I have not finished the episode yet but so far it is really good.

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hugmonster

You forgot about Scout Acan

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rafael12104

Hey! I got a shout out from Battle Bards during their listener comments.

Thank you so much for including my thoughts on your podcast!

I appreciate it because I do think your discussions are right on point when it comes to the music of these games and how they relate to the stories being told.

Look forward to this podcast and those podcasts yet to come.