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The title of this song, played during the trailer for FF Versus XIII, means 'sleep,' but there is nothing restful about the forceful vocals singing of coming war.
- Deus dormit
- Et liberi ignem faciunt
- Numquam extinguunt
- Ne expergisci possit
- Omnia dividit
- Tragedia coram
- Amandum quae
- Et nocte perpetua
- In desperatione
- Auroram videre potest
- Mane tempus expergiscendi.
English translation Edit
- God sleeps
- And his children start a fire
- Which they never extinguish
- And he will never be able to awaken.
- Every tragedy divides,
- before our very eyes,
- the things which ought be loved.
- And in this endless night,
- In desperation,
- He can see the dawn
- That will awake him in the next morning
Game appearances Edit
Final Fantasy XV Edit
"Somnus" is used in a downloadable Field Music Sequence. The background that appears during this FMS depicts a city similar in appearance to Insomnia. "Somnus" is the only downloadable piece not to be available in the iOS version or sequel.
Other appearances Edit
An instrumental version of "Somnus" is played during the party celebrating the signing of the peace treaty between Lucis and Niflheim.
- The logo of Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Final Fantasy XV is designed to represent a closed eye, referring to "Somnus."
- ↑ http://gematsu.com/2016/06/final-fantasy-xv-director-answers-16-fan-questions-e3-2016 QUOTE:
Tabata: "Stand by Me" is now the official song, but "Somnus" is still in the game and used in a very important way.
- ↑ 
- ↑ http://gematsu.com/2010/08/final-fantasy-versus-xiii-all-the-details-so-far