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Moon Queen OR''

Moon Queen OR''

Moon Queen

The insectoid Moon Warriors never entered into the great war between Man and Beast, but when the Hellbourne threatened Newerth, their very queen emerged to lead her people against the daemons. With powers drawn from the moon and from the shared will of her hive, this strange creature is a mighty boon for the Legion. The Moon Queen is most powerful late game, when her Multi-Strike allows her to melt opponents and raze buildings in a matter of seconds. Meanwhile, Moon Beam can be used as an extension of her attack to harass an opponent and Moon Finale can make short work of isolated opponents.

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Mahperi the Moon Queen survived in a competitive court ruled by both love and hate in an era of builders and destroyers. Armed with intelligence and determination, she courageously weathered power struggles with male and female rivals, wars with the Mongols, intrigue at the court, and ultimate betrayal to become one of the most influential figures in the empire. Inspired b Mahperi the Moon Queen survived in a competitive court ruled by both love and hate in an era of builders and destroyers. Armed with intelligence and determination, she courageously weathered power struggles with male and female rivals, wars with the Mongols, intrigue at the court, and ultimate betrayal to become one of the most influential figures in the empire. Inspired by true events and people, Moon Queen weaves a bright carpet of inspiration, by turns inspiring and heartbreaking, providing a new perspective on one of the most glorious periods of Turkish history. ...more

dual vocals and guitars of Jaynes and Pellegrino, LF establishes themselves as a unique talent in rock music today. LF summons Deep Purple and Hendrix in their track Moon Queen, where the perfect blend of Gillen-esque vocals and spacious well-crafted riffs leave room for their drummer Freeman, whose tasteful fills are refreshing and downright kick ass. As they move through songs like Quicksand and Dirty Driving I’m amazed at the versatility of LF…. catchy choruses, sweet harmony vocals, call and response leads – they got it. Want raw power and melodic lines drenched in Marshall distortion? - then a tune like “Touch Your Groove” with Conine’s fuzzy/funky bass will suffice. Is it the 1970’s where we champion cosmic psychedelic mystics and the blatant power of sexuality? Cuz LF makes me feel like rolling up and getting down. Another Schaeffer? Why not! When I’m grooving out to their more psychedelic heavy tunes like “100 Years” and “Pluto” I’m banging my head in true bliss. You don’t feel the need to sift through a million notes to locate the hooks in LF’s music – it’s right there – screaming from the radio of a ’71 Challenger, burning down the “Streets of Evermore” – another song testament to the originality and marketability of LF. If you haven’t done it yet, give Lord Fowl a listen or check out their live show. Me, I feel lucky to have found this (Source:smallstone.bandcamp.com)

 

 

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