|"Three Hours of Fate"|
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- "The opening song of FF Type-0. The splendid chorus and powerful melody portray the dark tale embroiling Orience and Class Zero in this dramatic song."
- —Theatrhythm Final Fantasy description.
"Three Hours of Fate" (運命の三時間, Unmei no Sanjikan?) is the main theme of Final Fantasy Type-0. It was composed by Takeharu Ishimoto and was unveiled with the game's trailers, as well as serving as the background music for the game's official website. It is notable for not playing at the game of origin's World Map.
"Three Hours of Fate" is the most prominent theme of the game and is associated with the main characters of Type-0, Class Zero, and their struggle to become the Agito and defeat the invading Milites Empire. It can be heard as the background theme for several missions.
"Three Hours of Fate" has several arrangements and variations, including the lyrical and orchestrated versions "We Have Arrived", "Sacred Fire" and "Logical Conclusions"; "Fear of the Abyss"; "Steel Arm"; "That Day's Everyday"; "Seething Heart"; the final battle theme, "The Flames of Suzaku", is another orchestra version of "Three Hours of Fate" with distinct lyrics.
Furthermore, its motif is included in other tracks, most notably the game's ending theme, "Type-0".
"We Have Arrived" is a bonus Battle Music Sequence, available as Downloadable Content.
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