Zephirah’s Adventure: Episode 9!

Zephaniah’s Adventure Podcast: Episode 9 for July 11, 2018

In this episode Ender’s Game, Zombies in the Safari, Community Spotlight with Ali & Warcraft History!

Podcast / Community Spotlight: Announcement’s!

If you are ever interested in participating in any way for the podcast, please feel free to reach out. I do not bite, I promise. Links for twitter and the blog’s discord are available in the show notes.

Twitter Zephirah_Zella

Discord Link: https://discord.gg/UEnwEKx

Just as a reminder to the listeners in discord, please enjoy the music and your hearing by turning down the bot’s volume. All you have to do is right click on the user named “Rhythm” and turn it down to about 10% or whatever volume is comfortable for you!

Feature Of The Week:

Your WoW Soundtrack, 9 & 10!

Community Spotlight: Ali

Shout Outs:

Evaric for suggesting the music for me!

Rob Zombie, for being such a bad ass, and rocking out for as long as I have been alive!

To Ali and her super awesome introduction to podcasting – keep up the good work!

To Blizzard for an awesome game that I absolutely love.

Music used in this episode:

“Alchemists Tower”, “Alien Restaurant” & “Division” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Until next time, I hope your adventure is awesome!

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You’r WoW Soundtrack, Part 9: Safari!

 

While preparing for an episode of the podcast, I asked a few people to pick a song for the preshow music. This does not make it into the podcast itself due to copyright reasons; however, I do it for the listeners in discord to listen to during the preshow. It is usually whatever music I decide to banter about in the blog post of the week.

Music, no matter the form or language, speaks to my soul. The music choices that I make usually speaks volumes of my emotions.

For example, the video that is part of this post was suggestion by Evaric, my D&D dungeon master. (Secret’s Of Talonguard, now on iTunes!) I am immensely exhilarated he made the recommendation.

When I first clicked the play button on the youtube video it grabbed my attention right away. I stopped everything I was doing and closed my eyes, took a deep breath, and just listened for the duration of the song.

I now have discovered a song that will be in my rotation and now will be searching the Reggaton genera. Thank you Evaric!