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'''"Priestess Aria"''' {{J|水の巫子エリア|Mizu no Miko Eria|Elia, the Maiden of Water}} also known as '''"Elia, the Maiden of Water"''', is [[Aria Benett]]'s personal theme from ''[[Final Fantasy III]]''. In-game, it plays as a background theme on the [[Wrecked Ship]], but it has been included in other versions.
 
'''"Priestess Aria"''' {{J|水の巫子エリア|Mizu no Miko Eria|Elia, the Maiden of Water}} also known as '''"Elia, the Maiden of Water"''', is [[Aria Benett]]'s personal theme from ''[[Final Fantasy III]]''. In-game, it plays as a background theme on the [[Wrecked Ship]], but it has been included in other versions.
   
 
== Game appearances ==
 
== Game appearances ==
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy III]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy III]]'' ===
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"Priestess Aria" was first released in the original version of the game's [[Original soundtracks of Final Fantasy III|soundtrack]], of which it was the twenty-sixth track. It was remastered for the [[Original soundtracks of Final Fantasy III|original soundtrack]] of the [[Final Fantasy III#Nintendo DS version|DS version]], of which it is the thirty-first track. It was also included in the theme for the introduction movie of the DS remake, "Memory of the Wind ~Legend of the Eternal Wind~", the first track of the Original Soundtrack.
 
"Priestess Aria" was first released in the original version of the game's [[Original soundtracks of Final Fantasy III|soundtrack]], of which it was the twenty-sixth track. It was remastered for the [[Original soundtracks of Final Fantasy III|original soundtrack]] of the [[Final Fantasy III#Nintendo DS version|DS version]], of which it is the thirty-first track. It was also included in the theme for the introduction movie of the DS remake, "Memory of the Wind ~Legend of the Eternal Wind~", the first track of the Original Soundtrack.
   
 
"Priestess Aria" is the personal theme of [[Aria Benett]], the last maiden of the [[Temple of Water (Final Fantasy III)|Temple of Water]]. It can be heard as the background theme for the [[Wrecked Ship]], and during the cutscene of her death.
 
"Priestess Aria" is the personal theme of [[Aria Benett]], the last maiden of the [[Temple of Water (Final Fantasy III)|Temple of Water]]. It can be heard as the background theme for the [[Wrecked Ship]], and during the cutscene of her death.
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The original version appears in the [[Music player (Final Fantasy XV)|music player]] on the [[Auto Parts#Memories of FFIII|Memories of FFIII]] album purchased from [[Coernix Station - Alstor]] for 100 gil.
   
 
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"Elia, the Maiden of Water" is the [[Event Music Sequence]] used for the ''Final Fantasy III'' Series Play.
 
"Elia, the Maiden of Water" is the [[Event Music Sequence]] used for the ''Final Fantasy III'' Series Play.
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"Elia, the Maiden of Water" makes a reappearance, this time as a [[Field Music Sequence]] for ''Final Fantasy III'' and renamed to "Aria, the Maiden of Water".
 
"Elia, the Maiden of Water" makes a reappearance, this time as a [[Field Music Sequence]] for ''Final Fantasy III'' and renamed to "Aria, the Maiden of Water".
   
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"Once You Meet Her" is a vocal arrangement of "Priestess Aria", featured in the vocal arrangement album. Performed by [[Risa Ohki]], it is sung in English.
 
"Once You Meet Her" is a vocal arrangement of "Priestess Aria", featured in the vocal arrangement album. Performed by [[Risa Ohki]], it is sung in English.
   
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"Priestess Aria" (水の巫子エリア, Mizu no Miko Eria?, lit. Elia, the Maiden of Water) also known as "Elia, the Maiden of Water", is Aria Benett's personal theme from Final Fantasy III. In-game, it plays as a background theme on the Wrecked Ship, but it has been included in other versions.

Game appearances Edit

Final Fantasy III Edit

"Priestess Aria" was first released in the original version of the game's soundtrack, of which it was the twenty-sixth track. It was remastered for the original soundtrack of the DS version, of which it is the thirty-first track. It was also included in the theme for the introduction movie of the DS remake, "Memory of the Wind ~Legend of the Eternal Wind~", the first track of the Original Soundtrack.

"Priestess Aria" is the personal theme of Aria Benett, the last maiden of the Temple of Water. It can be heard as the background theme for the Wrecked Ship, and during the cutscene of her death.

Final Fantasy XVEdit

The original version appears in the music player on the Memories of FFIII album purchased from Coernix Station - Alstor for 100 gil.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Edit

"Elia, the Maiden of Water" is the Event Music Sequence used for the Final Fantasy III Series Play.

The theme appears on Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Compilation Album.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

"Elia, the Maiden of Water" makes a reappearance, this time as a Field Music Sequence for Final Fantasy III and renamed to "Aria, the Maiden of Water".

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit

The track plays during scenes involving water priestess Luka in Shipwreck and Lake Dorr.

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Arrangement album appearances Edit

Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind Edit

"Elia, the Maiden of Water" is part of the fourth song of the album, "Montage". It begins at 6:26 and concludes the track. This arrangement was produced by Nobuo Uematsu and the narration was performed by Jeff Levy. The vocals were performed by Michiaki Kato and Shizuru Ohtaka.

Final Fantasy: Pray Edit

"Once You Meet Her"
Music
Once You Meet Her

"Once You Meet Her" is a vocal arrangement of "Priestess Aria", featured in the vocal arrangement album. Performed by Risa Ohki, it is sung in English.

Lyrics Edit

And no one knows it
Where she came from, where she's going.
And once you meet her,
You will find that something inside is changing.
She's like a rainbow
When she comes up, all are lit up.
And when she whispers,
You will hear this: "Don't chase after rainbows".
High on a hill, there's a green meadow.
All around, it's breezin',
She's smilin',
She'll let them sing angel songs.
She's like a fairy
When she's trembling, when she's dancing.
Just see her rambling
How it's nice to follow her to the end.
You want some meanings of the life,
And go to see her.
Don't ask her too much
Oh yes, she'll be out of your sight
Right over.
High on a hill, there's a green meadow.
All around, it's breezin',
She's smilin',
She'll let them sing angel songs.
Everyone is sad and blue when she is far away.
Don't you know it's time to pray she'll be coming soon?
And you think you hear her voice ringing from above.
And no one knows it
Where she came from, where she's going.
And once you meet her,
Maybe you'll stay forever young.

Guitar Solo Final Fantasy Official Best Collection Edit

A classic guitar arrangement of "Elia, the Maiden of Water" is present in the album.

Live orchestra performances Edit

20020220 music from Final Fantasy Edit

"Priestess Aria" is part of the "FINAL FANTASY" Final Fantasy-Final Fantasy III Medley", performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra.

Dear Friends -Music from Final Fantasy- Edit

The orchestral medley of Final Fantasy to Final Fantasy III music from 20020220 was part of the performances of this concert tour throughout the USA in 2005. It was the eleventh song of the line-up.

Compilation album appearances Edit

Final Fantasy 1987-1994/Final Fantasy N Generation: Official Best Collection Edit

The arrangement of "Priestess Aria" from Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind was included in this album of remixes of themes from Final Fantasy titles up to the sixth main installment. "Elia, the Maiden of Water" is the fifth track of the album.

Potion: Relaxin' with Final Fantasy Edit

"Priestess Aria"'s arranged version from the Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind album is present in this album as its second track.

Dear Friends: Music From Final Fantasy Original Soundtrack Edit

"Elia, the Maiden of Water" was released as the fourteenth track of this collection of themes present n the Dear Friends -Music from Final Fantasy- concert tour.

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