Pathfinder Music & Sound Effects: Hunting horror battle

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This vast draconic serpent has a pair of leathery wings that don’t appear to be strong enough to allow the creature to fly.

Enter the labyrinth, a place of cool terror, shifting walls, unexplained noises and ultimately... horrifying painful death!

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SoundSet Specifics


Welcome to the labyrinth
The walls are shifting
Hunting horror
Are we safe here?


Mad voices
Sour wind
Cave ambience
Far away wings
Hunting Horror wings
Hunting Horror roars
Strong winds
Large moving walls
Small walls moving
Distant walls moving
Door closed
Official Pathfinder
Horror hits
Closing Gate
Long roars
Creaking door
Large moving walls


Hunting Horror battle

This SoundSet was imagined, compiled, designed, created, mixed, and finished by Chris Koerding of, using samples created by him and also the following list of samples:

"Dramatic horror notes" created by Benjamin Loomes
"Mad voices" created by Benjamin Loomes
"Hunting Horror" snarls by Morgan Rands

Music composed, performed, and recorded by Benjamin Loomes for

Icons made by:
Karen Loomes for


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Art provided by Paizo Inc.