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The following is a list of all the themes that play exclusively in battle scenes present in the Final Fantasy series: random encounter battle themes, boss battle themes, specific boss battle themes and final boss themes, etc.

List of battle themesEdit

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Final FantasyEdit

I

Final Fantasy IIEdit

II

  • "Battle Scene 1" for random encounter and minor boss battle theme in the NES and MSX versions and random encounter theme for the latest versions.
  • "Battle Scene 2" for major boss and final boss battle theme in the NES and MSX versions and final boss theme for the latest versions.
  • "Battle Scene B" for minor boss theme in versions more recent than MSX.
  • "Battle Scene A" for major boss theme in versions more recent than MSX.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

III

Final Fantasy IVEdit

IV

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

FFIV-I-

  • "Battle 1" for random encounter theme.
  • "Battle 2" for boss battle theme.
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Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY For the most part, the battle tracks from the original game are reused, though new music was composed for significant new bosses.

Final Fantasy VEdit

V

Final Fantasy VIEdit

VI

  • "Battle Theme" for random encounter theme.
  • "Decisive Battle" for minor boss battle theme.
  • "Battle to the Death" for battles against major boss battle theme.
  • "Grand Finale" for the battle against Ultros during the opera play.
  • "Protect the Espers!" for battles during the raid at Narshe.
  • "Dancing Mad's" four tiers for the final boss battle's four tiers.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

VII

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

VIII

Final Fantasy IXEdit

IX

Final Fantasy XEdit

X

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

X-2

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI

Rise of the ZilartEdit

Chains of PromathiaEdit

Treasures of Aht UrhganEdit

Wings of the GoddessEdit

Seekers of AdoulinEdit

Add-OnsEdit

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

XII

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

XIII

  • "Blinded By Light" for normal encounter theme.
  • "Saber's Edge" for boss battle themes until Chapter 10, with the exception of the Mark bosses in the Faultwarrens.
  • "Eidolons" for the battles against Shiva, Hecatoncheir, Bahamut and Havoc Skytank.
  • "Test of the l'Cie" for battles against Brynhildr, Dahaka and Alexander. Also present in some Mark battles.
  • "Desperate Struggle" for some boss battles and most Mark battles and the battle against Odin.
  • "Can't Catch a Break" for the battle against Enki and Enlil.
  • "Fighting Fate" for the battles against Barthandelus.
  • "Eden Under Siege" for the battle against The Proudclad.
  • "Born Anew" for the first battle against Orphan.
  • "Nascent Requiem" for the final battle.

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

XIII-2

  • "Paradigm Shift" for random battles in New Bodhum 3 AF, Yaschas Massif 10 AF, 1X AF, and 100 AF, Oerba 200 AF and 300 AF, Sunleth Waterscape 400 AF, and the Coliseum battle against PuPu.
  • "Last Hunter" for random battles in Bresha Ruins 5 AF and 100 AF, Yaschas Massif 110 AF, Oerba 400 AF, Sunleth Waterscape 300 AF, the Archylte Steppe Year Unknown during sunny, rainy, and cloudy weathers, Augusta Tower 200 AF and 300 AF, and the Coliseum battle against Ultros and Typhon.
  • "Worlds Collide" for the battle against Paradox Alpha in Bresha Ruins 5 AF, Aloeidai in Yaschas Massif 10 AF, and Kalavinka in Bresha Ruins 100 AF.
  • "Etro's Champion" for Lightning's battle against Chaos Bahamut in the opening sequence and during battle against Snow in the Coliseum. Later returns as the battle theme in A Dying World.
  • "Limit Break!" for battles against Gogmagog in New Bodhum 3 AF, Royal Ripeness in Sunleth Waterscape 300 AF, Zenobia in Academia 400 AF, Proto fal'Cie Adam in Augusta Tower 200 AF, the first phase of battle against Ultros, and the Coliseum battle against Snow.
  • "Warrior Goddess" plays during the first battle between Lightning and Caius, when the three Cie'th attack Yeul in Academia 400 AF, and Gorgyra battle in Yaschas Massif 1X AF.
  • "Giant Impact" plays during the series of battles against Nektons and Meonektons in New Bodhum 3 AF and during the battle with Atlas.
  • "Divine Conflict" plays during the aerial battle with Chaos Bahamut, the fights in Academia 500 AF, and the Coliseum battle against Lightning and Lieutenant Amodar.
  • "Paradox" during battles in the elevator in Augusta Tower 200 AF.
  • "The Invisible Abyss" plays during the final battle and in the battle against Caius in Requiem of the Goddess scenario.
  • "Full Speed Ahead" plays during the random battles at night in New Bodhum 3 AF and Bresha Ruins 300 AF.
  • "Caius's Theme" plays during the battle of Serah against Caius in the Void Beyond.
  • "Endless Paradox" plays during the battle against Caius in Valhalla.
  • "Heart of Chaos" plays during the battle against Chaos Bahamut in Requiem of the Goddess scenario.
  • "Time's Master" plays during the battle against Caius and Chaos Bahamut in Academia 500 AF and Valfodr in the Coliseum.
  • "Threat Level Omega" plays during random battles at Academia 400 AF and Omega from update version 1.03 onwards.
  • "Clash on the Big Bridge - Oriental MIX" plays during battle against Gilgamesh.
  • Unnamed track played during the Omega battle in the Japanese version before 1.03 update.
Tracks from Final Fantasy XIII
  • "Blinded By Light" plays during random battles in Vile Peaks 200 AF, after storyline events in New Bodhum 700 AF, the battle against Twilight Odin in Vile Peaks 200 AF, and the first battle against Lightning in the Coliseum.
  • "Saber's Edge" plays in battle against Long Gui.
  • "Eidolons" plays during the battle against Twilight Odin in the Vile Peaks 10 AF.
  • "Test of the l'Cie" plays during the battle against Yomi and Nabaat.
  • "Desperate Struggle" plays during the battle with Ugallu.
  • "Will to Fight" for random battles in the Archylte Steppe Year Unknown during the stormy weather and the Vile Peaks 10 AF.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

LR

  • "Lightning Returns" plays during battles in the opening section and a few normal encounters.
  • "Crimson Blitz" is the main battle theme for Luxerion between 6:00 and 18:00.
  • "Savior of Souls", acts as the main battle theme for the Wildlands between 6:00 and 18:00.
  • "High Voltage" is the main battle theme for Yusnaan between 6:00 and 18:00.
  • "Army of One" plays during the battle against Snow Villiers when either he is staggered three times or hits critical HP level.
  • "Chaos", full track plays during the battle against the introductory boss battle against Zaltys in the opening quest. The second part plays during battle against Noel Kreiss when he is either staggered three times or hits critical HP level.
  • "The Showdown" plays during the battle against Grendel and Parandus.
  • "K.O." plays during battle against Grendel and Parandus when either it is staggered three times or hits critical HP level.
Tracks from Final Fantasy XIII
  • "Blinded By Light", plays during the battle against Snow Villiers.
  • "Saber's Edge" is used for most Temple Ruins encounters.
  • "Eidolons" is often used during battles that take place inside a Chaos infusion.
Tracks from Final Fantasy XIII-2
  • "Divine Conflict", plays during the battle against Noel Kreiss.
  • "Heart of Chaos", plays during the battle against Caius Ballad.
  • "Worlds Collide", plays during the battle against Zaltys Brimstone at Slaughterhouse and for random encounters in certain areas in Yusnaan.
  • "Time's Master" plays during the battle against Ereshkigal. Once the player has worn away its HP to about 25% of maximum, the music changes to "Unseen Abyss" and remains as such throughout the battle results screen and briefly in the cutscene that follows.
  • Unnamed track plays during the first battle at the special tournament in the Slaughterhouse.
  • "Paradigm Shift" is used for most daytime Dead Dunes encounters.
  • "Limit Break!" is sometimes used for nighttime Dead Dunes encounters.
  • "Last Hunter" plays for certain random encounters.

Final Fantasy XIV/LegacyEdit

XIV

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

  • "The Land Breathes" for regular battles in La Noscea.
  • "The Land Burns" for regular battles in Thanalan.
  • "The Land Bends" for regular battles in The Black Shroud.
  • "The Land Breaks" for regular battles in Coerthas.
  • "The Land Bleeds" for regular battles in Mor Dhona.
  • "A Fell Air Falleth" for battles in high level dungeons.
  • "A Fine Death" for battles in mid level dungeons.
  • "Promise of Plunder" for battles in low level dungeons.
  • "The Dark's Kiss" for battles in hard mode dungeons.
  • "Breaking Boundaries" for the final level of job questlines.
  • "Beneath Bloodied Banners" for boss battles in Hard Mode Halatali.
  • "Phantom on the Lake" for boss battles in Hard Mode Brayflox's Longstop
  • "Fury" for final boss fight in Hard Mode dungeons Longstop.
  • "Nemesis" for final boss fight in Hard Mode Copperbell Mines.
  • "Skulldiggery" for story related solo battles.
  • "Steel Reason" for fights against all Imperial Legati except Gaius van Baelsar and Nael van Darnus.
  • "Bite of the Black Wolf" for the fight against Gaius van Baelsar.
  • "The Maker's Ruin" for the first fight against Ultima Weapon.
  • "Ultima" for the second fight against Ultima Weapon.
  • "Thunderer" for the final boss fight against Lahabrea and the fight against Twintania.
  • "Wrath of the Eikons" for the fight against Diabolos.
  • "Primal Judgement", for battles against Ifrit.
  • "Good King Moogle Mog XII" for the battle against the eponymous primal.
  • "Broken Angel" for the battle against Garuda.
  • "Weight of a Whisper," "Weight of His Will," "Weight of the World," "Heartless," and "Under the Weight" for the battle against Titan.
  • "Through the Maelstrom" for the battle against Leviathan.
  • "Spiral" for normal battles in the Coils of Bahamut.
  • "Calamity Unbound" for most boss battles in the Coils of Bahamut.
  • "Tempest" for the first half of the battle against Nael deus Darnus.
  • "Rise of the White Raven" for the second half of the battle against Nael deus Darnus.
  • "Ever Upwards", a remix of the Final Fantasy III Altar Cave theme, for boss battles inside the Crystal Tower.
  • A remix of the Final Fantasy III Crystal Tower theme, for battles inside Syrcus Tower.
  • "Tumbling Down", a remix of the Final Fantasy III boss theme for the fights against Acheron and Xande.
  • "Battle Theme 1.x", a remix of the Final Fantasy II battle theme, for certain lighthearted battles and FATEs.
  • "Battle on the Big Bridge Reborn" for the battle against Gilgamesh.
  • "Thunder Rolls" for the battle against Ramuh.
  • "Decisive Battle", the original Final Fantasy VI boss theme, for the fight against Ultros.
  • "Oblivion" for the battle against Shiva.
  • "From the Ashes," an organ mix of "Answers" for the battle against Phoenix.
  • "Answers" for the battle against Bahamut Prime.
  • A yet unnamed track during battles in Frontlines PvP.

Final Fantasy XVEdit

XV

  • "Stand Your Ground" plays in random battles during daytime at the Leide region.
  • "Fight Fantastica" plays in random battles during daytime at the Duscae region.
  • "Veiled Aggression" plays in random battles during nighttime at the Duscae region, as well as in some dungeons.
  • "Omnis Lacrima" plays in several boss battles against big monsters, such as the Deadeye.
  • "Apocalypsis Noctis" plays in the boss battle against Titan.
  • "Apocalypsis Aquarius" plays in the boss battle against Leviathan.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

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  • "Random Waltz", "A Chapel", "Apoplexy" and "Desert Land" play in random battles.
  • "Back Fire" is used in the first main story battle and at Grog Hill.
  • "Trisection" is widely used, and most notably plays in the Prologue and the final battle of Chapter 1.
  • "Antipyretic," "Night Attack," "Battle on the Bridge" and "Bloody Excrement" are widely recurring.
  • "Unavoidable Battle" plays for the storyline battles at Bariaus Hill and Germinas Peak.
  • "Decisive Battle" plays in the story battle at Dorter Trade City.
  • "Remnants" plays when fighting Miluda, Wiegraf and Elmdor at various parts of the game.
  • "In Pursuit" plays in the last battle with Miluda and when attacking either one of the walls of Bethla Garrison.
  • "Run Past Through The Plains" plays when rescuing Rafa.
  • "Under the Stars" plays when fighting Izlude, and once when Beowulf joins as a guest.
  • "Apoplexy Pt.2" (not included in the OST) plays when fighting Meliadoul.
  • "Espionage" plays in the Deep Dungeon and when fighting Balk.
  • "Antidote" plays in several battles at Goland Coal City.
  • "Tension 1" plays in a couple of non-battle spots, but is also used in a battle with Wiegraf and when saving Mustadio.
  • "The Pervert" is the Lucavi theme.
  • "Altima, the Nice Body" and "Altima, the Perfect Body" are the final boss themes.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

TYPE0

  • "Three Hours That Changed the World" for battles in the first mission.
  • "Wings of Fire" for battles in conquest missions.
  • "War: Warrior Worth a Thousand" for random battles.
  • "Servant of the Crystal" for the battle against Nimbus.
  • "War: Unseen Peace" for battles in missions.
  • "That Which Quivers" for battles in dungeons.
  • "War: Recapture" for random battles and battles in missions.
  • "War: That Which Stands in the Way" for the battles against Golem.
  • "War: The White Weapon" for the battles against Qator.
  • "War: Life of Darkness" for battles in missions taking place in caves.
  • "War: That Which Lurks" for battles in missions.
  • "War: Howl of the Dreadnought" for the battles against Brionac and Shinryu Celestia.
  • "War: The Pursuit" for battles in missions.
  • "Soar" for battles in missions.
  • "War: The Quiet Bloodbath" for battles in missions.
  • "War: Depths of Naraku" for battles in the Arena.
  • "Tempus Finis" for battles in the final mission.
  • "Vermilion Fire" for the final boss theme.
  • "Battle on the Big Bridge" for all battles against Gilgamesh.

Final Fantasy Mystic QuestEdit

FFMQ

Bravely DefaultEdit

BD

  • "The Gong's of Battle" plays in regular battles.
  • "He of the Name" plays during boss battles against asterisk-carrying enemies.
  • "Fighting to the End" plays against most other bosses.
  • "The Evil One", "The Evil Battle" and "The Evil Flight" play during the battles against Airy's first, second and final form, respectively.
  • "The Horizon-Devouring Serpent" plays during the final battle against Ouroboros.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

BS

  • "The Battle Bell Tolls" plays in regular battles.
  • "Battle of Tribulations" plays in most boss battles, mainly against asterisk holders from the Glanz empire.
  • "He of the Name" plays in boss battles against Eternian asterisk holders.
  • "Distorted Thoughts" plays in boss battles against Ba'al monsters.
  • "Battle of Oblivion" plays in both battles against Kaiser Oblivion.
  • "Battle of Diamante" plays in the battle against Ba'al Diamante.
  • "Battle of Anne" and "Battle of Anne 2" play during the battles against Anne's first and second forms, respectively.
  • "Battle of Providence" plays during the battle against Providence, the final boss.
Spoilers end here.

TriviaEdit

  • In the original three installments of the main series, the total number of themes that appeared only in-battle present in each game corresponded to the game's chronological number. This was stopped after Final Fantasy IV when it included five distinct battle themes.
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