Somber tones, light bells, and vague whispers set a perfect atmosphere for the Underdark. I might be more inclined to use this track for exploring a _emdeserted/em_ drow city than for a well-populated place like Erelhei-Cinlu. A "thinner" sound earlier in the track adds depth as the piece progresses; this works very well, but allows an attentive listener to detect where the piece ends and begins when looping.
Another reviewer commented the price, and this was something I mentioned in my first review or two of Sonic Legends soundscapes. Yes, at first glance, $2.99 seems high if you're used to paying $0.99 in the iTunes Store. But in the iTunes Store, you're paying $0.99 per track for songs that usually top out at 3.5 minutes long. With Sonic Legends soundscapes, you're getting tracks two or three times that length, and that's before you take looping into account. The price-per-minute stands up exceptionally well against the price-per-minute in the iTunes Store.
[5 of 5 Stars!]