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Shouldn't we list the remixes of the songs used in-game? I would gladly do it but my copy of FFX is broken >.<Kupo-dude 16:46, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

This is inaccurate. "Movment in Green" is a complete different track featured in the game. The title is "To Zanarkand" Ozmad 19:01, September 9, 2009 (UTC)

If you're referring to the Dissidia version of the track, the game does title it as Movement in Green. I don't know why. I've questioned it ever since first seeing that it was titled as such in the game's Museum Theatre. My main theory is that they wanted a title that was noncommital to the original game, as Zanarkand has no context within Dissidia. Then again, this argument falls down as a result of the track titles that refer to the similarly context-specific Red Wings, Crystal Tower, Big Bridge, Bombing Mission... the list goes on -- Sorceror Nobody 22:32, June 5, 2010 (UTC)

"Movement in Green" is an arrangement of "To Zanarkand" present in Final Fantasy X, and is heard on the Moonflow and S.S. Liki. It's not inaccurate at all, but the reason why the Dissidia translation team picked that naming bites me. A lot. - Henryacores^ 02:31, June 6, 2010 (UTC)

I know MiG is an arrangement of TZ, but I find that the Dissidia version is much more similar to TZ than MiG. So yes, it's not technically inaccurate, but I agree that it seems an odd choice. Which bites -- Sorceror Nobody 14:42, June 6, 2010 (UTC)

Can we have a list of this theme's arrangements or other versions that are in FF10?

It seems that Uematsu has provided different versions of the story for the conception of "To Zanarkand" . Here is the other version, where he states that he composed the track for a flutist but thought it was too gloomy for her, so he used it in FFX instead. 538371 (talk) 18:59, August 9, 2013 (UTC)

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