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"Ragnarok" is a theme in Final Fantasy XIII representing Ragnarok, the incarnation of wrath. It is a haunting melody most prominently featuring a chorus. It shares part of its lyrics with "Fighting Fate".

Game appearances Edit

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Final Fantasy XIII Edit

XIII "Ragnarok" plays as the background theme of the cinematic sequence at the end of Chapter 2 where Pulse transforms the main characters into l'Cie; and when the party confronts Galenth Dysley. It is the thirteenth track of the first disc of the original soundtrack.

"Ragnarok's" lyrics describe Ragnarok's role to destroy Cocoon and summon the Maker. These lyrics are a prominent element in the game, even being cited by Barthandelus under the guise of Serah Farron at Oerba.

Lyrics Edit

Latin Edit
Ragnarok
De Dies Irae, l'Cie Pultis,
Tuum fatum sequeris. Tuum sanctuarium affligeas.
Ragnarok,
Dominus Ultionis venit.
Usque lux apparet, animae mortuae procusae sunt,
Per somnum aeternum, numen divinum dictus est,
Viator elamentabilis, Ragnarok.
Ragnarok,
De Dies Irae, l'Cie Pultis,
Tuum fatum sequeris. Tuum mundum dispertaris.
Ragnarok,
Rex Immiserabilis advenit.
Usque lux apparet, animae mortuae procusae sunt,
Per somnum aeternum, numen divinum dictus est,
Viator elamentabilis, Ragnarok.
English Edit
Ragnarok
Come Day of Wrath, O Pulse l'Cie.
Embrace thy fate, thine home to burn.
Ragnarok
Deliver the Divine.
Ragnarok
Come Day of Wrath, O Pulse l'Cie
Cast thy light upon the souls of the departed.
That fallen souls might bare our plea... To hasten the Divine's return.
O piteous Wanderer, Ragnarok
Ragnarok.
Come Day of Wrath, O Pulse l'Cie.
Embrace thy fate, thine world to shatter.
Ragnarok
Descend, merciless lord.
Cast thy light upon the souls of the departed.
That fallen souls might bare our plea... To hasten the Divine's return.
O piteous Wanderer, Ragnarok
Spoilers end here.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Edit

XIII-2 "Ragnarok" plays during the Beginner's Primer summary for Chapter 3 and acts as the background theme for the Mystic's house at Serendipity Year Unknown.

Compilation album appearances Edit

W/F: Music from Final Fantasy XIII Edit

"Ragnarok" is the fourth track of the B side of this "best of" vinyl. This version excludes the pipe organ of the theme.

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