The Moogle Theme acts as the leitmotif of the recurring moogles and its various versions are normally similar in structure. It has been named differently through the series. It was composed by Nobuo Uematsu in 1992, for its first appearance in Final Fantasy V.
"Moogles' Theme" (モーグリのテーマ,Mōguri no Tēma?), also known as "Critter Tripper Fritter!?", is the original moogle theme, playing as the background theme for the Moogle Village and during scenes involving moogles, as well as during the battle against Famed Mimic Gogo.
"Mog's Theme" (モグのテーマ,Mogu no Tēma?) acts as the theme for the eponymous character, and also plays at the moogle cave in Narshe. It is the seventeenth track of the game's original soundtrack's second disc.
Moogles are prominent characters in Final Fantasy IX, and as such, the game features an arrangement of "Moogle's Theme" (モーグリのテーマ,Mōguri no Tēma?). It plays inside the remote Mognet Central. It is the seventeenth track of the game's original soundtrack's third disc.
Two new versions of this theme, composed by Masayoshi Soken, are present in Final Fantasy XIV. They are the motif of the Moogle PrimalGood King Moggle Mog, and are a vocal and instrumental version of the same theme, respectively, "Good King Moggle Mog XII" (善王モグル・モグXII世,?) and "Seven Jesters" (七匹の道化たち,?).
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