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"Fang's Theme" contains a small variant of the [[Blinded By Light|main battle theme]] and plays at many points during the game, including the party's siege on the ''[[Palamecia (Final Fantasy XIII)|Palamecia]]'' to rescue [[Sazh Katzroy|Sazh]] and [[Oerba Dia Vanille|Vanille]], when Fang summons [[Eidolon (Final Fantasy XIII)#Bahamut|Bahamut]] for the first time, and during the party's arrival to [[Gran Pulse]]. It is the first track of the [[Final Fantasy XIII: Original Soundtrack|original soundtrack's]] fourth disc.
 
"Fang's Theme" contains a small variant of the [[Blinded By Light|main battle theme]] and plays at many points during the game, including the party's siege on the ''[[Palamecia (Final Fantasy XIII)|Palamecia]]'' to rescue [[Sazh Katzroy|Sazh]] and [[Oerba Dia Vanille|Vanille]], when Fang summons [[Eidolon (Final Fantasy XIII)#Bahamut|Bahamut]] for the first time, and during the party's arrival to [[Gran Pulse]]. It is the first track of the [[Final Fantasy XIII: Original Soundtrack|original soundtrack's]] fourth disc.
   
There are two arrangements of "Fang's Theme" in the soundtrack: the first is the second version of "The Pulse l'Cie", which plays during her flashback of the [[Datalog (Final Fantasy XIII)/The Thirteen Days|fifth day]] when she and Vanille separate at the [[Euride Gorge]] energy plant, and is the twenty-first track of the soundtrack's second disc. Another arrangement is "[[Dust to Dust (theme)|Dust to Dust]]", a melancholic theme with vocals.
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There are two arrangements of "Fang's Theme" in the soundtrack: the first is the second version of "The Pulse l'Cie", which plays during her flashback of the [[Datalog/The Thirteen Days|fifth day]] when she and Vanille separate at the [[Euride Gorge]] energy plant, and is the twenty-first track of the soundtrack's second disc. Another arrangement is "[[Dust to Dust (theme)|Dust to Dust]]", a melancholic theme with vocals.
   
 
A "prototype" version of "Fang's Theme" titled, "M181 Shugeki2 Prototype" was included on the ''[[Final Fantasy XIII: Original Soundtrack PLUS]]'' album as the twelfth track.
 
A "prototype" version of "Fang's Theme" titled, "M181 Shugeki2 Prototype" was included on the ''[[Final Fantasy XIII: Original Soundtrack PLUS]]'' album as the twelfth track.
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