"Battle 1" ( is the バトル１, Batoru 1 ) ? random battle theme of . It was composed by Final Fantasy IX Nobuo Uematsu.
Game appearances Edit
"Battle 1", other than being the random battle theme, is also an homage to traditional Final Fantasy games on its own, much like its game of origin. It shares its name with the battle themes from Final Fantasy III to Final Fantasy V, and also returns to the common introduction between battle themes from the earlier installments of the series.
"Battle 1 - arrange - from FINAL FANTASY IX" is an arrangement by Mitsuto Suzuki. It appears as one of the two default Final Fantasy IX battle themes. It is the tenth track of the second disc.
Dissidia Final Fantasy Original Soundtrack
"Battle 1" can be automatically selected for battles including
Zidane or Kuja, or taking place at the Crystal World.
"Battle 1 - arrange - from FINAL FANTASY IX" is a battle theme. It can also be automatically selected for battles including Zidane Tribal or Kuja, or taking place at the Crystal World or arena.
M.S. Prima Vista
The arranged track from Dissidia Final Fantasy and the original PlayStation version can be bought from the shop for 3,600 gil.
For the Nintendo 3DS version, "Battle 1" was selected as the theme for the Final Fantasy IX Series play's respective Battle Music Sequence.
iOS version, "Battle 1" is included in the Final Fantasy IX Battle Music Basic Bundle along with the theme " The Final Battle".
"Battle 1" is a Battle Music Sequence track for Final Fantasy IX.
"Battle 1" is a playable Battle Music Sequence. It is available by default.
Arrangement album appearances Edit
"Battle 1" was included in a battle medley including "
Battle 2" and the " Victory Fanfare", in an 8-bit arrangement by mochilon. It is the fourth track of this album.
Final Fantasy IX "Battle 1" is the ninth song of the final track of this album, "Battle Medley 2012 (Final Fantasy I – XIV)", arranged by Hiroyuki Nakayama.
Compilation album appearances Edit
"Battle 1" was included in this compilation of Square Enix battle themes from games released between 1998 and 2000. It is the second track of the album.
Appearances outside Final Fantasy media Edit
An arrangement of "Force Your Way" appears as a theme.
Lord of Vermilion Re:2 FAN KIT Edit
A remix of this song by
Ryo Yamazaki is included on the Final Fantasy IX medley.