aristeia

my balance of genres has kind of gone off..

so like/reblog if you post these bands:

  • Structures
  • Volumes
  • Veil of Maya
  • Born of Osiris
  • All Shall Perish
  • Aristeia
  • Periphery
  • After the Burial
  • Rings of Saturn
  • The Black Dahlia Murder
  • Amon Amarth
  • August Burns Red
  • Parkway Drive
  • Miss May I
  • Lamb of God
  • The Devil wears Prada
  • Rise to Fall
  • Stray from the Path
  • The Human Abstract
  • Insomnium
  • Kalmah
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tech death albums:

Ovid’s Withering | The Cloud Gatherer

Dysphoria | To The Perfect Form of Modern Species

Fallujah | Nomadic

Wrath of Vesuvius | Revelation

Infant Annihilator | The Palpable Leprosy of Pollution

Aristeia | Demoralization of the Luminary

Ascariasis | Ocean of Colour

anonymous asked:

Do you have any tips on writing a battle between to big groups

Is it safe to assume that these two big groups are armies? One surefire way to get a battle like this right is to read things with a large scale battle scene. Lots of Arthurian legends (especially near the end of King Arthur’s reign) have large scale battles. Also Greek myths: Iliad, Aeneid, Odyssey have a lot of army battles. The Greek myths would often do this thing called aristeia which was the culmination of a hero’s life. Aristeia was the moment of a big battle where the hero’s life either came to its glorious end or the hero overcame their biggest enemy. Think of it as a Greek hero boss battle. So to sum up, large scale battles rage on around the main characters as they fulfill their heroic destiny is the way it’s usually done. However, ultimately it is your story. If you just want to describe the cacophonous sounds of war as hundreds of soldiers rush each other then, hey, that’s all you.

Happy Writing,

-B