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From Steampunk music to Indie Folk Rock to Swedish ballads, The Rise Of The Shadow Lord has been inspired by so many different kinds of music over the years. Mostly thanks to Pandora.

Over time, I've complied a playlist of the songs that fit for the story, the world, or the characters.

My awesome brother is a soundtrack geek so he helped me comply a playlist of movie soundtracks that fit for the series as well.

Check out the introduction to the Rise Of The Shadow Lord here or the descriptions of each of the characters here. Check out my visual Pinterest boards and an excerpt here.

Stay tuned for more updates!

#WIPJoy Challenge: Share A Song That Inspires You

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