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"Fight With Seymour" (シーモアバトル, Shīmoa Batoru?, lit. Seymour Battle), also known as "Seymour Battle", is a battle theme from Final Fantasy X that plays during the battle against Seymour Omnis. It was one of the tracks chosen for the U.S. Official Soundtrack Album of Final Fantasy X.
X "Seymour Battle" plays during the final battle against Seymour in his Omnis form.
Dissidia "Fight With Seymour" appears as a bonus track. It can be purchased for 500 PP on the PP Catalog after clearing Shade Impulse. After purchased, it can be chosen as a background music for a battle, or may be automatically chosen when Tidus or Jecht are fought, or if a battle is fought at Dream's End.
Dissidia012 "Fight With Seymour" reappears as a bonus track. It acts as the boss battle theme for Yuna's first encounter with the Emperor, and again during Tidus's encounter with him during 013. Its cost has been reduced to 150 PP from the PP Catalog, and is now available from the start.
TFF "Fight With Seymour" is the Battle Music Sequence chosen to represent Final Fantasy X in Series Mode. The background featured during the song is Dream's End, but when played during a Dark Note, the Garden of Pain (where the party fought Seymour Omnis) is featured instead.
TFFCC "Fight With Seymour" returns as a Battle Music Sequence for Final Fantasy X.
CtMnEMtStGnY A remix of "Seymour Battle" appears in this sequel to Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. Rearranged by Yuzo Takahashi, it is the 23rd track in the Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon Series Original Soundtrack.
Arrangement album appearancesEdit
"Seymour Battle" was rearranged and included in The Black Mages' first, eponymous, studio album The Black Mages as "Fight With Seymour".
The track appears in the 8-bit arrangement album as its seventh track.
Compilation album appearancesEdit
"Fight With Seymour" is included on the fifth disc of this collector's edition set.
A live recording of "Fight with Seymour" from at the London premiere of the concert of the same name on February 15, 2014, conducted by Arnie Roth, is included on this album.