Battle 1 (バトル1, Batoru1?) is the main battle theme of Final Fantasy IV. It was composed by Nobuo Uematsu.
In its debut, "Battle 1" is the background theme for random encounters starting when Cecil Harvey and Kain Highwind travel to Mist per order of the King of Baron. It is the eight track of the Original Sound Version.
"Battle 1" was rearranged by For the 3D release by Junya Nakano. This version was released as the ninth track of the original soundtrack.
In Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection, the player can choose which version to hear by selecting either the original or remastered soundtrack.
The remastered version of "Battle 1" from the 3D remake of Final Fantasy IV is used as the main battle theme.
"Battle 1 -arrange-" from FINAL FANTASY IV" is an arrangement by Rieko Mikoshiba. It is the sixteenth track of the original soundtrack.
The track can be automatically selected for battles including Cecil Harvey, Kain Highwind or Golbez, or any battle with the Lunar Subterrane as the arena.
The Dissidia 012 arrangement and the original SNES version can be bought from the shop for 3,600 gil.
"Battle 1" appears as a bonus Battle Music Sequence track from the Chaos Scores. In order to be played, it must be unlocked by the cost of 30000 Rythmia.
"Battle 1" is a Battle Music Sequence.
"Battle 1" is a playable Battle Music Sequence. It is available by default.
Arrangement album appearancesEdit
A piano arrangement of "Battle 1" is included in the twelfth track of this album, a medley of the battle themes of Final Fantasy IV named "The Battle". It was arranged by Shirou Satou.
The track appears in the arrangement album featuring battle tracks from several Square Enix games. It is the first part of the mash up with "The Final Battle", also from Final Fantasy IV.
Appearances outside Final Fantasy mediaEdit
"Battle 1" is included in "Red Wings Over Baron", a Final Fantasy IV medley by video game metal band Powerglove.
Lord of Vermilion Re:2 FAN KITEdit
An arrangement of this song is included on the Final Fantasy IV medley by Tsuyoshi Sekito.