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Scion of the DragonPhoenix
Scion of the DragonPhoenix is a self proclaimed music prodigy and anyone who says otherwise is an idiotic hater among many who are building an internet conspiracy against his music. Armed only with his electric guitar and his voice, Scion is ready to revolutionize the way we look at and listen to music.
Before Scion, there was Ryan
Ryan Weddle was once a normal resident of Bloomington, Indiana. He was, more than likely, raised as a Christian in a happy family of rednecks who made their living on farming corn. However, one day, young Ryan was probably watching the moving picture box when he first witnessed a pseudo-intellectual music video. It is unclear which artist it was that inspired this transformation; however, we assume it was either Nine Inch Nails or Tool, or some pretentious piece of shit band like them. And, from this, a boy shackled to the farm wanted to rise up and be a music star. With mommy telling him he had a good singing voice, he decided to get himself an electric guitar, thus was the birth of Scion of the DragonPhoenix.
And, we have been given all these artistic and open-minded pieces of beauty:
—Scion showing us God isn't vengeful
All of Scion's artistic beauties are structured exactly the same. All of them have an out of tuned electric guitar playing the primary rhythm followed by a secondary out of tuned electric guitar playing solos over the rhythm guitar. The poor timing on when the secondary guitar hits when the rhythm guitar changes it's rift gives reason to believe that both are recorded from the same guitar and were just synced to each other with no concept of timing the changes properly. Finally, his vocals tend to be overpowering the music and make it so you can not properly hear the music; however, the mixing quality is so poor that the words are ran together and no one can understand the words said.
tl;dr: His music sucks.
Scion is so proud of his music that he even uploaded an "album" titled "Shaded Beams of Light" to iTunes. We're unsure how well the albums sales are, but the album did an amazing job on not being on the top selling list on it's week of release, so we assume he's a millionaire by now. Here's a trusty customer review:
Scion has even gone as far as to add his music videos to Jewtube for us!
One day, Scion decided to start advertising in the best method possible: Spam advertising Myspace. In two groups in particular, people decided to give his posts replies, followed by Scion foolishly replying. The first thread in question was in a group based around rock music; he called it "Is my music rock?" Some people replied logically, some people replied in black person, some people replied in HTML; but, they all had replied that Scion sucked.
Another group that Scion decided to spam was the Nine Inch Nails fan group. He named his thread "What do you think of my music Trent?". In short, his title and OP were directed at the famous Trent Reznor, believing the famous musician would like his music. When people judged his music, he replied that they were nothing more than haters and that his topic was specifically for Trent and no one else, however he later mentions how he didn't think Trent visited the group in the first place. At one point, a person who used to work for recording studios and had helped musicians record and mix their songs came in and told Scion what was wrong with his music and how to improve it. How did Scion reply?
—Scion knows more than a professional.
Recently, in another thread made as a message to Scion, he started to claim he's gotten everyone to do exactly what he had intended them to do (AKA trolling); which, ended up spreading as his motto over all the threads. Our experts have taken this claim into consideration and have declared that his claim is untrue.
Here are what the Myspace users said to his radical claims:
—This guy was totally trolled.
Scion has done all in his power to advertise his art around the internet. And, by "all in his power," we mean that he made accounts on Myspace, Facebook, and Vampirefreaks. Infact, Scion went as far as to make "I love Scion of the PhoenixDragon" fan groups on each site. Here is a list of all the people in Scion's huge fan base:
- Some chick assumed to be his girlfriend
Here are some famous quotes of his fans:
—Such a fucking hater.
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