"i’ll bear the burden of your hate… and we’ll die together."
i. the constant / michael giacchino | ii. tsimtsum / mychael danna | iii. ezio’s family / jesper kyd | iv. a lannister always pays his debts / ramin djawadi | v. tragic / takanashi yasuharu | vi. courtyard apocalypse / alexandre desplat | vii. time / hans zimmer | viii. rage and serenity / henry jackman | ix. surface of the sun / john murphy | x. welcome home / radical face
a note of explanation - i feel like in the end, their last conflict would be much more emotional than it would be physical, hence the lack of action-y pieces and the abundance of orchestral music. i envisioned it as more of a battle of wills with a focus on the bond they share.
“You told me that you didn’t want to be anyone, that your own existence didn’t even matter. But face it, you wanted to be hokage, just like me.”