High tones are also called “eccentricities”, and it’s not always easy to hear when they occur.
Sometimes you’ll hear your voice dropping, or perhaps your bass tone is raised to match the guitar playing, and they don’t seem to be related.
The best thing about high melodies and basslines? The bass line will sound better and more powerful as each note gets closer and closer to the high one.
The only thing that’s better about low tones is they don’t get louder or more harsh toward the edge of a loud sound when they’re repeated.
So take some time to learn this basic concept before you move on to something even more advanced.
What’s with the sudden and unexplained disappearance of a lot of these things? It’s not that I’m complaining – in fact, I am very excited for our first release that brings the old world back to life!
For this release, we’re going to take a classic adventure from the first half of the 20 th century and give it a modern twist – or rather, to take this old world/modern twist, a Victorian turn.
In The Last Days of the Northern Union, you command a faction of soldiers as well as an aristocrats in a time of trouble and civil wars. You must decide, how should and where should your faction fight, defend, take prisoners, and, most importantly, survive?
The main character of the game is your leader, who must be a real, live and breathing person within the setting. This character must also be a strong and determined individual – the kind of person that you want to lead your factions into battle.
In The Last Days of the Northern Union, you will, like all good stories, have your fair share of losses and defeats. However, the losses are never to be the hero’s fault! When one of your soldiers can’t hold onto the ball at the last minute, there is always somebody else at your command who can – and you’ll need to choose who, and who in your faction is your best player and should take the brunt of the losses.
Every battle has its objectives, with the most important one being to kill as many of your enemies as possible. If you’re in a battle, you’ll need to take into consideration how many enemies you can kill and what kind of casualties it might take to survive.
However, the number of objectives and enemies does not determine the victory in a battle; instead your victory