Jan 17, 2020
When Cantor was a child, it was said that he was descended from Orpheus, who made flowers bloom with his song, who inspired trees to bend toward the playing of his lyre, who soothed the hearts of beast so well, they forgot to hunt their prey. Even Cantor’s crying was so sweet to hear that his mother had to stuff wax and cloth in her ears and watch his expression to know he was in misery.
When Cantor’s enchanting voice changes from wonder to disaster, he becomes a hermit, until his voice is called upon to serve his kingdom.
Find out what happens when he answers the call in this episode.
Genre: Fantasy, Mythology
Story: “The Villager of Tolkus” Copyright © 2016 by Nila L. Patel
“Trip-Hop Lounge Abstract Background” by Digital Emotions
Music by TRG Banks
Music by Komiku
“Where you hear the prayer (McGuffin theme)"
Music by ROZKOL
Music by Lee Rosevere
Music by Lee Rosevere and ROZKOL is licensed under CC BY 4.0
Music by TRG Banks and Komiku is licensed under CC0 1.0 Universal License
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