The most popular battle theme of FFXI. It is known for its deep tones that set the mood for the endless battles of the many missions in the Rise of the Zilart.
Fighters of the Crystal" is a battle theme originating in . It is composed by Final Fantasy XI: Rise of the Zilart Naoshi Mizuta.
Game appearances Edit
"Fighters of the Crystal" plays in
when the player fights the Rise of the Zilart Crystal Warriors, whether the player fights them one at a time or the entire group at once. It is the fourteenth track on the original soundtrack.
"Fighters of the Crystal" is included in the
music player in the Memories of FFXI (Disc 2) album purchased at Burbost Souvenir Emporium for 100 gil.
"Fighter of the Crystal" is one of the
downloadable tracks available in the music pack, along with " Final Fantasy XI Vana'diel March" and " Ragnarok", allowing those tracks to be usable as battle background music.
A new arrangement of the track can be bought from the shop for 3,600 gil.
"Fighters of the Crystal" is available as a
downloadable Battle Music Sequence track, and was released for purchase at the same time as the release in North America and Europe. The battle takes place in the La'Loff Amphitheater, the same location where players would face the Ark Angels in Final Fantasy XI.
"Fighters of the Crystal" is a Battle Music Sequence, this time available in the base game.
"Fighters of the Crystal" is a playable Battle Music Sequence. It is available by default.
Arrangement album appearances Edit
A light, unique arrangement of this song appears in the
Sanctuary album by The Star Onions. It was arranged by Takahito Eguchi.
Compilation album appearances Edit
"Fighters of the Crystal" is the eleventh track on this album celebrating the eighth year since the conception of
Final Fantasy XI.
"Fighters of the Crystal" is the third track on this collection of
Appearances outside Final Fantasy media Edit
Lord of Vermillion Re:2 FAN KIT Edit
An arrangement of this song is included on the
Final Fantasy XI music medley, arranged by Ryo Hamazaki.