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Game appearances Edit
I "Chaos Shrine" is the background theme for the first dungeon, the Chaos Shrine, and the Sunken Shrine. An arrangement of this theme, "Sunken Shrine", is the background theme of the final dungeon, the Chaos Shrine of the Past, and unlike what its name might imply, it has no relation whatsoever to the aforementioned Sunken Shrine area.
"Chaos Temple" and "Undersea Shrine" are, respectively, the sixth and eleventh tracks of All Sounds of Final Fantasy I & II, the soundtrack for the NES release. "Chaos Shrine" and "Sunken Shrine" are, respectively, the eight and thirteenth tracks of the Final Fantasy I & II Original Soundtrack first disc, the soundtrack for the Final Fantasy Origins release.
Dissidia012 An arrangement of "Chaos Shrine" by Tsuyoshi Sekito appears as "Chaos Shrine -arrange- from FINAL FANTASY I". It is the third track of the original soundtrack's first disc. The original NES version of "Chaos Shrine" is also part of the Final Fantasy Music Pack DLC distributed through the PlayStation Network.
Both tracks can be used as the default background theme for battles including Warrior of Light or Garland, or any battle with the Chaos Shrine as the arena. However, the downloadable NES version of "Chaos Shrine" will only be automatically selected for Arcade or Quick Battles.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)Edit
Dissidia The arranged and original tracks from Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy return. They can be bought from the in-game shop for 3,600 gil.
TFF An arrangement of "Chaos Shrine" appears in this rhythm game as a Battle Music Sequence for the final boss, fought when the player acquires 10000 Rhythmia. It is, notably, the only original remix playable as a music sequence in the game.
TFFCC "Sunken Shrine" also appears in the sequel, again as a Field Music Sequence, but it is available in the base game.
Arrangement album appearances Edit
"Chaos Shrine" concludes "SCENE V", performed by the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Katsuhisa Hattori on the 20th of May of 1994.