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This is a list of Music that originates from Final Fantasy VII that have appeared throughout the Super Smash Bros. series.

All songs that debut in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U come with the Cloud DLC. All songs that debut in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate come with the Sephiroth Challenger Pack as a part of Fighters Pass Volume 2.

Tracklist

Note: All songs play on Midgar and Northern Cave, as well as on all Smash Bros. stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Title Description Details Game of Origin Appears In
Opening - Bombing Mission An orchestral remaster of the song that plays during AVALANCHE's attack on the Sector 1 Reactor in the beginning of Final Fantasy VII, as well as the raid on Midgar near the game's end. Stylistically, it matches the version heard in Final Fantasy VII Remake, though Smash's remix adds a synth bass. Arrangement Supervisor: Yuzo Koshiro

Composition: SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD.

Arrangement: Ancient-corp.

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Let the Battles Begin! The battle theme directly ripped from Final Fantasy VII. Also known as "Fighting" and "Those Who Fight".

This song is used in the first half of Cloud's reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

© 1997 SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. Final Fantasy VII SSB4 Icon.png SSBU Icon.png
Those Who Fight (AC Version) A breakbeat/speedcore-style remix of "Let the Battles Begin!", taken from the score to the film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. In the movie, the song plays when the Turks battle Kadaj, Loz, and Yazoo. © SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children SSBU Icon.png
Fight On! The boss battle theme directly ripped from Final Fantasy VII. Also known as "Still More Fighting" and "Those Who Fight Further".

This song is used in the second half of Cloud's reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

© 1997 SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. Final Fantasy VII SSB4 Icon.png SSBU Icon.png
Those Who Fight Further (AC Version) A breakbeat/speedcore-style remix of "Fight On!", taken from the score to the film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. In the movie, the song plays during the battle between Bahamut SIN and Cloud and his allies. © SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children SSBU Icon.png
Aerith's Theme An orchestral remaster of the theme to Aerith Gainsborough done in a similar vein to Final Fantasy VII Remake. The arrangement is a stark contrast to the original's more somber tone, as it played after her death and during the battle against Jenova LIFE. Arrangement Supervisor: Keiichi Okabe

Composition: SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD.

Arrangement: MONACA

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Main Theme of FINAL FANTASY VII An orchestral remaster of the Overworld theme of Final Fantasy VII's Disc One and in Final Fantasy VII Remake, where it mainly played in the Slums below Midgar. A brief snippet of "Aerith's Theme" can be heard in the song's second half. Arrangement Supervisor: Motoi Sakuraba

Composition and Arrangement: SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD.

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JENOVA The boss battle theme that plays in the battles against Jenova and Helletic Hojo, as well as when Cloud and his party encounter Jenova SYNTHESIS in the Northern Cave. Directly ripped from Final Fantasy VII. © 1997 SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. Final Fantasy VII SSBU Icon.png
Cosmo Canyon A remaster of the theme to Cosmo Canyon, now played with live instruments. The song's tempo has also been slightly sped-up compared to the original. Arrangement Supervisor: Yoko Shimomura

Composition: SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD.

Arrangement: midiplex

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One-Winged Angel The boss battle theme that plays in the final battle against Safer-Sephiroth. Directly ripped from Final Fantasy VII. See below for lyrics. © 1997 SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. Final Fantasy VII SSBU Icon.png
Advent: One-Winged Angel An orchestral-metal remix of "One-Winged Angel", taken from the score to the film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. In the movie, the song plays during Sephiroth's return and his subsequent battle against Cloud on the ruins of Midgar. See below for lyrics.

This song is used in Sephiroth's reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The final notes of the track also serve as his victory theme.

© SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children SSBU Icon.png

Lyrics

One-Winged Angel

Estuans interius Ira vehementi

Estuans interius Ira vehementi

Sephiroth! Sephiroth!


Estuans interius Ira vehementi

Estuans interius Ira vehementi

Sephiroth! Sephiroth!


Sors immanis

Et inanis

Sors immanis

Et inanis


Estuans interius Ira vehementi

Estuans interius Ira vehementi

Sephiroth! Sephiroth!


Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias

Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias

Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias

Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias

Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias (Gloriosa, Generosa)

Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias (Gloriosa, Generosa)

Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias (Gloriosa, Generosa)

Veni, veni, venias Ne me mori facias (Gloriosa, Generosa)


Sephiroth! Sephiroth!

Advent: One-Winged Angel

Noli manare, manare in memoria

Noli manare, manare in memoria

Sephiroth! Sephiroth!


Saevam iram, iram et dolorem

Saevam iram, iram et dolorem

Sephiroth! Sephiroth!


Ferum terribile, terribile fatum


Noli manare, manare in memoria

Noli manare, manare in memoria

Sephiroth! Sephiroth!


Veni, mi fili! Veni, mi fili!

Hic veni, da mihi mortem iterum

Veni, mi fili! Veni, mi fili!

Hic veni, da mihi


Noli manare in memoria

Saevam iram et dolorem

Ferum terribile fatum

Ille iterum veniet


Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili

Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili

Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili

Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili

Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili (Qui mortem invitavit)

Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili (Poena funesta natus)

Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili (Noli nomen vocare)

Mi fili, veni, veni, veni, mi fili (Ille iterum veniet)


Sephiroth! Sephiroth!

Sephiroth!

Trivia

  • Prior to Challenger Pack 8's addition to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Final Fantasy had the least amount of tracks out of the third-party universes featured in Smash.
    • According to Masahiro Sakurai, this was due to various licensing difficulties that the entire Final Fantasy franchise is involved in as it is constantly featured in several other collaborations and crossover events. In regards to the music, these issues ranged from conflicts with already existing exclusivity deals, to the music being owned by different holders and countries.
    • With these additional tracks, Final Fantasy is one of six major universes to gain additional music tracks via downloadable content, the other five being Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Kirby, Fire Emblem, and Xenoblade Chronicles.
      • It is also with these additional tracks that Ultimate has now surpassed 1000 songs.
  • Final Fantasy is the only universe to have songs taken from a film score, being Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
  • Final Fantasy is one of two major universes to only have two tracks associated with it (pre-3DS/Wii U in this case), the other being Game & Watch.
    • Both are also the only universes to have all of its music tracks be available across both versions of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
  • Oddly, the Advent Children versions of "Let the Battles Begin!" and "Fight On!" use their alternate titles. Though, this could be because "Those Who Fight" and "Those Who Fight Further" are the accurate translations of the Japanese titles.
  • "Advent: One-Winged Angel" is currently the longest song in Smash, with a runtime of 6 minutes.
    • This is discounting the "Training Mode" song from the original Super Smash Bros., as the original version had a runtime of 9 minutes and 57 seconds, but has now been edited down to 2 minutes in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
  • Two other songs from Final Fantasy VII were used in trailers but never made their way into the Smash games; these tracks are the original version of "Opening - Bombing Mission" (which is used in the intro to Cloud's reveal trailer) and "Electric de Chocobo" (which is used in the "Mii Fighters Suit Up for Wave Six" trailer for 3DS/Wii U and the "Extra Mii Fighter Costumes - Wave Eight" trailer for Ultimate)
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