Entertainment

LilyPichu and scarra add hilarious twist to beautiful game soundtrack

by Michael Gwilliam
Twitch/lilypichu

Share


Twitch streamer LilyPichu, along with retired League of Legends pro William ‘scarra’ Li, was crafting some brilliant video game music before the latter added a unique twist.

In order to create unique music and a “scene,” LilyPichu likes receiving “prompts” to indicate what direction to take the theme she’s crafting. For instance, if a character is walking through a busy city, the theme would be much more uplifting than say, a battlefield.

“Like, okay, town music go,” LilyPichu advised scarra as she readied herself to play the piano.

Instagram/lilypichu
Instagram/lilypichu
LilyPichu loves to play the piano.

Advertisement

“Okay,” scarra thought for a moment. “Battle music, go!”

After playing for a bit, the former League star suggested the musician change it up to “epic boss music” – resulting in Lily to play some beautiful-sounding orchestral theme.

However, the music swiftly stopped after scarra mentioned that it sounded like the two were at church. For whatever reason, Lily wanted the scene to change immediately, leaving the Offline TV streamer to suggest “picking herbs music.”

Advertisement

A few moments later, the two finally found their groove and were crafting music transitioning from scene-to-scene for a character that would go from a town, to a cemetery, and eventually to a grave.

“You see a grave. It’s your childhood friend… Fedmyster,” scarra joked, referencing his fellow Offline TV streamer. “On the tombstone it’s written ‘his content’.”

Lily read the mood perfectly, and proceeded to change the theme drastically from the somber atmospherical track to a more silly comical tune.

Advertisement

The end result was scarra laughing hysterically as Lily played on, hardly able to contain herself either.

It was certainly a creative display of talent, both of the musical and comedic variety. Perhaps that’s one of the reasons Lily boasts an impressive number of Twitch followers (863,961), and nearly 500,000 on Twitter.