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"Primal Judgment" (原始の審判, Genshi no Shinpan?) is the boss theme that plays during the fight against the primal Ifrit in Final Fantasy XIV. It was composed by Nobuo Uematsu and arranged by Tsutomu Narita.

Game appearances[]

Final Fantasy XIV[]

Final Fantasy XIV (version 1.0)[]

"Primal Judgment" first played during the battle against Ifrit in the Bowl of Embers (version 1.0).

It is the 66th track in Before Meteor: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn[]

"Primal Judgment" returns in A Realm Reborn for the battle against Ifrit in The Bowl of Embers The Bowl of Embers.

It is the 44th track in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Original Soundtrack.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood[]

An arrangement titled "Primal Judgment (From Astral to Umbral)" is used as the boss theme against Ifrit in The Weapon's Refrain (Ultimate) The Weapon's Refrain (Ultimate).

It is the 92nd track in Stormblood: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack.

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers[]

"Primal Judgment" is used again for the battle against Lunar Ifrit in the solo duty Death Unto Dawn.

"Primal Angel" is a rearrangement of both "Primal Judgment" and "Fallen Angel" that plays in Eden's Verse: Furor Eden's Verse: Furor. It was arranged by Masayoshi Soken.

"Primal Angel" is the 28th track in Death Unto Dawn: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack.

Live performances[]

Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy Returning Home[]

"Primal Judgment" is one of the Final Fantasy XIV orchestral arrangements present on the album. It was conducted by Arnie Roth and performed by the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra and the Keio University Wagner Society Choir. It was arranged by Roth and Tsutomu Narita.

The Primals: Zepp Tour 2018 - Trial By Shadow[]

"Primal Judgment" was performed by the Primals in a live concert.

Arrangement album appearances[]

Final Fantasy XIV: From Astral to Umbral Arrangement Album[]

A band arrangement of "Primal Judgment" performed by the Primals appears in this album. It was arranged by Masayoshi Soken and GUNN.

Distant Worlds III: more music from Final Fantasy[]

Another orchestral arrangement of "Primal Judgment" was conducted by Arnie Roth and performed by the Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.

The Primals[]

An arrangement of "Primal Judgment" appears in the Primals' debut album.

Etymology[]

Judgment, in religious connotations, is used in the concept of salvation to refer to the adjudication of God in determining Heaven or Hell for each and every person.

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