The final boss battle theme for FFX. A grave opening gives way to incessant questioning from the piano, as poignant as Spira's spiral of death and dreams...
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy description.
- 1 Game appearances
- 2 Arrangement album appearances
- 3 Live performances
- 4 See also
- 5 Etymology
Game appearances[edit | edit source]
"Final Battle" plays during the battle against Yu Yevon. It is the eighteenth track on disc 4 of the original soundtrack. The song is a 3-part variation and the third part (2:20-2:40) is infused with the melody of "Hymn of the Fayth". The Final Fantasy X HD Remaster arrangement uses real instruments and the piano is replaced with the xylophone.
"Final Battle" appears as one of the downloadable tracks available in the Final Fantasy X music pack, allowing it to be usable as battle background music.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)[edit | edit source]
A new arrangement of the theme can be bought from the in-game shop for 3,600 gil.
"Final Battle" reappears as a Battle Music Sequence for Final Fantasy X.
"Final Battle" returns as a playable Battle Music Sequence that can be purchased from the song store for 5 sound medals. It was also the worldwide victory reward for the "Thunder Plains vs. Dalmasca Estersand" Lux Crystal Battle that took place between April 26, 2017 and May 9, 2017.
Arrangement album appearances[edit | edit source]
The Piano Collections version is mostly faithful to the OST version. There is a second version found in the Piano Collections Book under "Special Presents", and has an added staccato section.
The beginning of track 12 "Spiral" contains a short and simplified piano solo and then enters an irrelevant electronic-rock fusion.
Live performances[edit | edit source]
A live recording of "Final Battle" is the ninth track on the A New World: intimate music from Final Fantasy - Volume II album
See also[edit | edit source]
- "Final boss theme"
- "Battle Theme 2"
- "Battle to the Death"
- "The Final Battle" (Final Fantasy IV)
- "The Final Battle" (Final Fantasy V)
- "Dancing Mad"
- "One-Winged Angel"
- "The Extreme"
- "The Final Battle" (Final Fantasy IX)
- "Their Resting Place"
- "Struggle for Freedom"
- "Nascent Requiem"
- "Unseen Abyss"
- "Almighty Bhunivelze"
- "Rise of the White Raven"
Etymology[edit | edit source]
decisive victory. A decisive victory is a military victory in battle that definitively resolves the objective being fought over, ending one stage of the conflict and beginning another stage. Until a decisive victory is achieved, conflict over the competing objectives will continue.A decisive battle is another name for