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|"Vana'diel March", the Main Theme of Final Fantasy XI|
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Game appearances Edit
XI "Vana'diel March" can be heard playing on the title screen of the original version, as well as the Rise of the Zilart expansion. It is the second track of the first disc in the original soundtrack. In versions with the expansions Chains of Promathia, Treasures of Aht Urhgan or Wings of the Goddess installed, it will play after the new title screen track has played once. A vocal version, titled "Rhapsodies of Vana'diel", is used as the ending theme in Rhapsodies of Vana'diel.
Dissidia012 "Vana'diel March" appears as a downloadable song, available in the Final Fantasy XI Music Pack. It comes with "Ragnarok" and "Fighters of the Crystal", and the songs are unlocked to be used as battle music when the pack is purchased.
TFF "Vana'diel March" appears as the opening theme of Final Fantasy XI during its Series Play. As the opening plays, the following text appears on the screen:
It all began with a stone, or so the legend says.
In ages past, a sentient jewel, enormous and
beautiful, banished the darkness.
Its many-colored light filled the world with life
and brought forth mighty gods.
Bathed in that light, the world entered an age of
bliss until, after a time, the gods fell into slumber.
That world was called Vana'diel.
In addition, the "Vana'diel March" may also be played as a Field Music Sequence track in a Dark Note if the first number in the movement is an 8. This is the only way to play "Vana'diel March" as an FMS.
Arrangement album appearances Edit
An arrangement of the "Vana'diel March" appears, arranged by Kumi Tanioka. It is the first track of the album.
A chiptune version of this track appears as the first track of this guest arranged album.
Compilation album appearances Edit
"Vana'diel March" and an alternate version of the track known as "Vana'diel March #4" appear as the 2nd and 22nd tracks on this album celebrating the 8th year since Final Fantasy XI's conception.