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World of Final Fantasy Original Soundtrack is a compilation of all music that plays in World of Final Fantasy. It was released on November 2, 2016.

Track listEdit

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. (Skip section)

Disc 1Edit

  1. "Innocent²" (イノセント², Inosento²?)
    The opening theme. Performed by Mizuki.
  2. "World of Grymoire" (グリモワル・ワールド, Gurimowaru Wārudo?, lit. Grimoire World)
    The title theme. Doubles as the Sylver Park field theme.
  3. "World of Beauty" (ビューティフル・ワールド, Byūtifuru Wārudo?, lit. Beautiful World)
  4. "Lann's Melody" (ラァン・メロディ, Rān Merodi?)
    Lann's theme.
  5. "Reynn's Melody" (レェン・メロディ, Rēn Merodi?)
    Reynn's theme.
  6. "Happy Melody" (ハッピー・メロディ, Happī Merodi?)
    Plays during happy cutscenes.
  7. "World of Nine Wood Hills" (ナインウッズヒル・ワールド, Nain Wuzzu Hiru Wārudo?, lit. Nine Woods Hill World)
    The Nine Wood Hills field theme. Plays in Plaza 99.
  8. "Champions' Melody" (セイヴァー・メロディ, Seivā Merodi?, lit. Saver Melody)
    Plays when the Warrior of Light awakens as a Champion.
  9. "Labyrinth of Light" (ライト・ダンジョン, Raito Danjon?, lit. Light Dungeon)
    The Pyreglow Forest field theme.
  10. "World of Battle" (バトル・ワールド, Batoru Wārudo?, lit. Battle World)
    The battle theme used in early dungeons.
  11. "Victory Melody" (ファンファーレ・メロディ, Fanfāre Merodi?, lit. Fanfare Melody)
    The victory theme.
  12. "Refreshing Melody" (リフレッシュ・メロディ, Rifuresshu Merodi?, lit. Refresh Melody)
    Plays after Lann and Reynn team up with Cloud Strife to defeat Vampire Prime.
  13. "World of Ice" (アイシクル・ワールド, Aishikuru Wārudo?, lit. Icicle World)
    The Ice Region field theme.
  14. "Anxious Melody" (コンディション・メロディ, Kondishon Merodi?, lit. Condition Melody)
  15. "World of Coliseum" (アリーナ・ワールド, Arīna Wārudo?, lit. Arena World)
  16. "Serious Melody" (シリアス・メロディ, Shiriasu Merodi?)
  17. "Exnine Melody" (エクスナイン・メロディ, Ekusunain Merodi?)
    The Exnine Knights' theme.
  18. "World of Addy" (アダマン・ワールド, Adaman Wārudo?, lit. Adaman World)
    The Low Seas field theme.
  19. "Comical Melody" (コミカル・メロディ, Komikaru Merodi?)
    Plays during comical cutscenes.
  20. "Labyrinth of Dragons" (ドラゴン・ダンジョン, Doragon Danjon?, lit. Dragon Dungeon)
    The Dragon Scars field theme.
  21. "Desperate Melody" (ピンチ・メロディ, Pinchi Merodi?, lit. Pinch Melody)
    Plays during perilous cutscenes.
  22. "World of Babil" (バブイル・ワールド, Babuiru Wārudo?, lit. Babil World)
    The Babil Region field theme.

Disc 2Edit

  1. "Quiet Melody" (サイレント・メロディ, Sairento Merodi?, lit. Silent Melody)
  2. "Prismelody: Snow -F-" (プリメロディ・スノウF, Purimerodi Sunō F?)
    An arrangement of "Snow's Theme" from Final Fantasy XIII. The Windswept Mire field theme.
  3. "Prismelody: Lightning Returns" (プリメロディ・ライトニングリターンズ, Purimerodi Raitoningu Ritānzu?)
    An arrangement of "Lightning Returns" from Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.
  4. "Mega World of Battle" (メガバトル・ワールド, Mega Batoru Wārudo?, lit. Mega Battle World)
    The boss battle theme.
  5. "Mega Mirage Melody" (メガミラージュ・メロディ, Mega Mirāju Merodi?)
    The Mega Mirage battle theme.
  6. "World of Sand" (サンド・ワールド, Sando Wārudo?, lit. Sand World)
    The Desert Region and Caravan field theme.
  7. "Confrontation Melody" (アゲンスト・メロディ, Agensuto Merodi?, lit. Against Melody)
  8. "Labyrinth of Dunes" (デザート・ダンジョン, Dezāto Danjon?, lit. Desert Dungeon)
    The Phantom Sands field theme.
  9. "Moonlight Melody" (ムーン・メロディ, Mūn Merodi?, lit. Moon Melody)
  10. "Unhappy Melody" (アンハッピー・メロディ, Anhappī Merodi?)
    Plays during somber cutscenes.
  11. "Mad Dash Melody" (ランウェイ・メロディ, Ranwei Merodi?, lit. Runway Melody)
  12. "Joyride Melody" (ノリノリ・メロディ, Norinori Merodi?)
    The Joyride ability's field theme.
  13. "Another World of Battle" (セカンドバトル・ワールド, Sekando Batoru Wārudo?, lit. Second Battle World)
    The battle theme used in later dungeons.
  14. "League Melody" (ツインエス・メロディ, Tsuinesu Merodi?, lit. Twin S Melody)
    The League of S theme.
  15. "Spirited Melody" (マーチ・メロディ, Māchi Merodi?, lit. March Melody)
    Plays during the defense of Cornelia.
  16. "World of Sunshine" (ブライト・ワールド, Buraito Wārudo?, lit. Bright World)
    The Port Besaid field theme.
  17. "Labyrinth of Crystal" (クリスタルタワー・ダンジョン, Kurisutaru Tawā Danjon?, lit. Crystal Tower Dungeon)
    The Crystal Tower field theme.
  18. "Giga World of Battle" (ギガバトル・ワールド, Giga Batoru Wārudo?, lit. Giga Battle World)
    The boss battle theme that plays when fighting Brandelis.
  19. "World of Airships" (エアシップ・ワールド, Eashippu Wārudo?, lit. Airship World)
    The airship theme for World of Final Fantasy.
  20. "World of the Cathedral" (カテドラル・ワールド, Katedoraru Wārudo?, lit. Cathedral World)
    The Chainroad field theme.
  21. "Terra World of Battle" (テラバトル・ワールド, Tera Batoru Wārudo?, lit. Tera Battle World)
    The boss battle theme that plays when fighting Cogna, the Knight in the Golden Mask, and the Plumed Knight.
  22. "Hauyn's Melody" (アウィン・メロディ, Awin Merodi?, lit. Awyn Melody)
    Hauyn's theme.

Disc 3Edit

  1. "Labyrinth of Trees" (フォレスト・ダンジョン, Foresuto Danjon?, lit. Forest Dungeon)
    The Wellspring Woods field theme.
  2. "Labyrinth of Darkness" (ダーク・ダンジョン, Dāku Danjon?, lit. Dark Dungeon)
    The Nether Nebula field theme.
  3. "Prismelody: Town" (プリメロディ・街, Purimerodi Machi?)
    An arrangement of "Town" from the original Final Fantasy. The Cornelia field theme.
  4. "Prismelody: Castle Cornelia" (プリメロディ・コーネリア城, Purimerodi Kōneria Jō?, lit. Pre-melody Cornelia Castle)
    An arrangement of "Castle Cornelia" from the original Final Fantasy. The Castle Cornelia field theme.
  5. "Prismelody: The Scene of Battle" (プリメロディ・戦闘シーン, Purimerodi Sentō Shīn?)
    An arrangement of "Battle" from the original Final Fantasy. Plays when the Warrior of Light is summoned.
  6. "Labyrinth of War" (アタック・ダンジョン, Atakku Danjon?, lit. Attack Dungeon)
    The Watchplains field theme.
  7. "Prismelody: Eternal Wind" (プリメロディ・悠久の風, Purimerodi Yūkyū no Kaze?)
    An arrangement of "Eternal Wind" from Final Fantasy III. The Saronia Harbor field theme.
  8. "Prismelody: Battle 1" (プリメロディ・バトル1, Purimerodi Batoru 1?)
    An arrangement of "Battle 1" from Final Fantasy III. Plays when Refia is summoned.
  9. "Labyrinth of Ice" (アイス・ダンジョン, Aisu Danjon?, lit. Ice Dungeon)
    The Icicle Ridge field theme.
  10. "Prismelody: Sherlotta" (プリメロディ・シェルロッタ, Purimerodi Sherurotta?, lit. Pre-melody Sherlotta)
    An arrangement of "Sherlotta" from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. The Sherlotta's Solace field theme.
  11. "Prismelody: Pirates Ahoy" (プリメロディ・おれたちゃ海賊, Purimerodi Oretacha Kaizoku?, lit. Pre-melody We're Pirates)
    An arrangement of "Pirates Ahoy" from Final Fantasy V. The Saronia Docks field theme.
  12. "Prismelody: Clash on the Big Bridge -F-" (プリメロディ・ビッグブリッヂの死闘F, Purimerodi Biggu Burijji no Shitō F?)
    An arrangement of "Battle at the Big Bridge" from Final Fantasy V. The Big Bridge field theme.
  13. "Prismelody: Clash on the Big Bridge -C-" (プリメロディ・ビッグブリッヂの死闘S, Purimerodi Biggu Burijji no Shitō S?)
    An arrangement of "Battle at the Big Bridge" from Final Fantasy V. Plays when fighting Gilgamesh at the Big Bridge.
  14. "Prismelody: Clash on the Big Bridge -E-" (プリメロディ・ビッグブリッヂの死闘E, Purimerodi Biggu Burijji no Shitō E?)
    An arrangement of "Battle at the Big Bridge" from Final Fantasy V. Plays during cutscenes involving Gilgamesh.
  15. "Prismelody: Chocobo" (プリメロディ・チョコボ, Purimerodi Chokobo?)
    An arrangement of the "Chocobo Theme."
  16. "Prismelody: Library of the Ancients" (プリメロディ・古代図書館, Purimerodi Kodai Toshokan?)
    An arrangement of "Library of the Ancients" from Final Fantasy V. The Tometown of the Ancients field theme.
  17. "Prismelody: Battle to the Death" (プリメロディ・死闘, Purimerodi Shitō?)
    An arrangement of "Battle to the Death" from Final Fantasy VI. Plays when Celes is summoned.
  18. "Prismelody: Edgar" (プリメロディ・エドガー, Purimerodi Edogā?)
    An arrangement of "Edgar and Sabin" from Final Fantasy VI. Plays when Figaro Castle breaks free from the Federation's chains.
  19. "Prismelody: Terra" (プリメロディ・ティナ, Purimerodi Tina?, lit. Pre-melody Tina)
    An arrangement of "Terra's Theme" from Final Fantasy VI. Plays when using Magitek Armor's Joyride ability in the Ice Region.
  20. "Prismelody: The Decisive Battle" (プリメロディ・決戦, Purimerodi Kessen?)
    An arrangement of "The Decisive Battle" from Final Fantasy VI. Plays when Terra is summoned, as well as during the Sandstalker mini-game.
  21. "Prismelody: Tifa" (プリメロディ・ティファ, Purimerodi Tifa?, lit. Pre-melody Tifa)
    An arrangement of "Tifa's Theme" from Final Fantasy VII. The Nibelheim field theme.
  22. "Prismelody: Those Who Fight" (プリメロディ・闘う者達, Purimerodi Tatakau Monotachi?)
    An arrangement of "Let the Battles Begin!" from Final Fantasy VII. Plays when Tifa is summoned.
  23. "Labyrinth of Fire" (ファイヤー・ダンジョン, Faiyā Danjon?, lit. Fire Dungeon)
    The Valley Seven field theme.
  24. "Prismelody: Mako Reactor" (プリメロディ・魔晄炉, Purimerodi Makōro?, lit. Pre-melody Magic Light Reactor)
    An arrangement of "Mako Reactor" from Final Fantasy VII. The Mako Reactor 0 field theme.
  25. "Prismelody: Those Who Fight Further" (プリメロディ・更に闘う者達, Purimerodi Sarani Tatakau Monotachi?)
    An arrangement of "Fight On!" from Final Fantasy VII. Plays when Cloud is summoned.
  26. "Prismelody: Never Look Back" (プリメロディ・振り向くな, Purimerodi Furimukuna?)
    An arrangement of "Never Look Back" from Final Fantasy VIII. The Underground Prison field theme.
  27. "Prismelody: A Girl Named Shelke" (プリメロディ・シェルクという名の少女, Purimerodi Sheruku to Iu Na no Shōjo?)
    An arrangement of "Battle Tune 'Girl Named Shelke'" from Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-. Plays when Shelke is summoned.

Disc 4Edit

  1. "Prismelody: Balamb Garden" (プリメロディ・バラムガーデン, Purimerodi Baramu Gāden?)
    An arrangement of "Balamb GARDEN" from Final Fantasy VIII. The Balamb Garden field theme.
  2. "Prismelody: Don't Be Afraid" (プリメロディ・恐れるな, Purimerodi Osoreruna?)
    The arrangement of "Don't Be Afraid" from Final Fantasy VIII. Plays when Squall is summoned.
  3. "Prismelody: Festival of the Hunt" (プリメロディ・ハンターチャンス, Purimerodi Hantā Chansu?, lit. Pre-melody Hunter Chance)
    An arrangement of "Festival of the Hunt" from Final Fantasy IX. Plays when fighting Mirages found in secret areas.
  4. "Prismelody: A Fleeting Dream" (プリメロディ・いつか終わる夢, Purimerodi Itsuka Owaru Yume?)
    An arrangement of "A Fleeting Dream" from Final Fantasy X.
  5. "Prismelody: The Sending" (プリメロディ・異界送り, Purimerodi Ikai Okuri?)
    An arrangement of "The Sending" from Final Fantasy X. Plays when Yuna is summoned.
  6. "Prismelody: Sunken Shrine" (プリメロディ・海底神殿, Purimerodi Kaitei Shinden?)
    An arrangement of "Chaos Shrine" from Final Fantasy. The Sunken Temple field theme.
  7. "Prismelody: Blitz Off! / Zanarkand" (プリメロディ・ブリッツオフ~ザナルカンドにて, Purimerodi Burittsu Ofu ~ Zanarukando Nite?)
    A medley arrangement of "Blitz Off!" and "Zanarkand" from Final Fantasy X. Plays when Tidus is summoned and during the Einhander Invasion mini-game.
  8. "Prismelody: Moogles" (プリメロディ・モーグリ, Purimerodi Mōguri?)
    An arrangement of the "Moogle Theme."
  9. "Prismelody: Awakening" (プリメロディ・目覚め, Purimerodi Mezame?)
    An arrangement of "Awakening" from Final Fantasy XI. Plays when Shantotto is summoned.
  10. "Tense Melody" (テンション・メロディ, Tenshon Merodi?, lit. Tension Melody)
  11. "Prismelody: Snow -C-" (プリメロディ・スノウS, Purimerodi Sunō S?, lit. Pre-melody Snow S)
    An arrangement of "Snow's Theme" from Final Fantasy XIII. Plays when Snow is summoned.
  12. "Prismelody: Chocobo / Wishes" (プリメロディ・チョコボと~願い~, Purimerodi Chokobo to ~Negai~?, lit. Pre-melody Chocobo and ~Wishes~)
    A medley arrangement of the "Chocobo Theme" and "FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 - Wishes -" from Final Fantasy XIII-2. Chocolina's character theme and the Chocolatte Mart field theme.
  13. "Prismelody: Blinded by Light" (プリメロディ・閃光, Purimerodi Senkō?)
    An arrangement of "Blinded By Light" from Final Fantasy XIII. Plays when Lightning is summoned, as well as during the Nebula Storm mini-game.
  14. "Prismelody: Vestiges of Time" (プリメロディ・時の残滓, Purimerodi Toki no Zansai?)
    An arrangement of "The Remains of Time" from Sigma Harmonics, a game developed and published by Square Enix for the Nintendo DS. The Girl Who Forgot Her Name's theme and the Girl's Tearoom field theme.
  15. "Regretful Melody" (リグレット・メロディ, Riguretto Merodi?)
  16. "Castle Melody" (キャッスル・メロディ, Kyassuru Merodi?)
    The Castle Exnine field theme.
  17. "Ex World of Battle" (エクスバトル・ワールド, Ekusu Batoru Wārudo?, lit. Ex Battle World)
    Plays when fighting the King of Bahamut and Exnine Bahamut's first form.
  18. "Last World of Battle" (ラストバトル・ワールド, Rasuto Batoru Wārudo?, lit. Last Battle World)
    The final boss theme. Plays when fighting Exnine Bahamut's second form.
  19. "World of Hope" (ホープ・ワールド, Hōpu Wārudo?, lit. Hope World)
  20. "Ending Melody" (フィナーレ・メロディ, Fināre Merodi?, lit. Finale Melody)
  21. "Silent World" (サイレンス・ワールド, Sairensu Wārudo?, lit. Silence World)
    The "bad ending" theme. Performed by Ayana Taketatsu (Tama).
  22. "World Parade" (ワールド・パレード, Wārudo Parēdo?)
    The "good ending" theme. Performed by Kana Hanazawa (Enna Kros), Ayana Taketatsu (Tama), and Eri Kitamura (Serafie).
Spoilers end here.

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