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"Ronfaure" is a theme originally from Final Fantasy XI, composed and arranged by Nobuo Uematsu.

Game appearances[]

Final Fantasy XI[]

The theme plays in West and East Ronfaure. It is the 4th track on disc 1 of the original soundtrack.

Final Fantasy XV[]

"Ronfaure" is included in the music player as the 2nd track of the Memories of FFXI (Disc 1) album purchased at Burbost Souvenir Emporium for 100 gil.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[]

A shorter version of "Ronfaure" appears despite the long version being on the Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Original Soundtrack.

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy[]

"Ronfaure" appears as the Field Music Sequence for Final Fantasy XI series play. The character treks through the Ronfaure region as the music plays, passing by a gate to San d'Oria, then passing through the area boundary of East Ronfaure into West Ronfaure. Then, the character runs by Fort Ghelsba and passes by the region's Conquest outpost, not marked as controlled by anyone.

The theme appears on Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Compilation Album.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call[]

"Ronfaure" appears as a Field Music Sequence. It is available by default.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival[]

"Ronfaure" appears as a playable Field Music Sequence. It is available to the player by default.

Difficulty
Beginner Basic Expert Ultimate Transcendent
N/A 3 4 7 N/A

Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon: Majo to Shoujo to Go-nin no Yuusha[]

An arrangement of "Ronfaure" by Yuzo Takahashi appears in the game. It is track 2 of disc 2 on the Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon Series Original Soundtrack.

Arrangement album appearances[]

Piano Collections Final Fantasy XI[]

A piano arrangement of "Ronfaure" is included on this album. It was arranged by Kaoru Ishikawa and arranged by Ayumi Iga.

Final Fantasy Remix[]

A remix of "Ronfaure" is included on this album. It was remixed by Ante and produced by mattb.

Distant Worlds II: More Music from Final Fantasy[]

"Ronfaure" is included in this studio recording, conducted by Arnie Roth and performed by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.

SQ Chips[]

"Ronfaure" appears in the 8-bit arrangement album featuring tracks from several Square Enix games. It was arranged by muZik. It is the ninth track in the album.

Final Fantasy XI Chips[]

A chiptune version of this track appears as the second track of this guest arranged album. It is mixed in with "The Kingdom of San d'Oria" and "The Republic of Bastok". It was arranged by SEXY-SYNTHESIZER.

Final Fantasy Orchestral Album[]

"Ronfaure" appears on this album released to commemorate the Final Fantasy 20th Anniversary.

Final Fantasy XI: Stolen Hearts[]

The album features an arrangement of "Ronfaure" by Naoshi Mizuta and performed by the Nanaa Mihgo's.

Live performances[]

Tour de Japon: Music from Final Fantasy[]

"Ronfaure" was performed during the concert tour, arranged by Shirō Hamaguchi. The Yokohama performance on March 12, 2004 was recorded and released on the DVD album. It was conducted by Taizo Takemoto and performed by the New Japan Philharmonic.

Dear Friends -Music from Final Fantasy-[]

"Ronfaure" was part of the performances of this concert tour throughout the USA in 2005. It was the fourth song of the line-up.

Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy Returning Home[]

"Ronfaure" is included on this live recording of an orchestral concert, performed by the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Arnie Roth held in Tokyo, in November 2010.

Final Fantasy XI Vanacon Anniversary 11.11.11[]

"Ronfaure" was orchestrated by Shirō Hamaguchi for the orchestral concert and was conducted by Masahiko Enkoji and performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra.

Compilation album appearances[]

Final Fantasy XI 8th Anniversary: Memories of Dusk and Dawn[]

"Ronfaure" appears as the third track on this compilation album celebrating the eighth year since the conception of Final Fantasy XI.

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