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{{Infobox Song
 
{{Infobox Song
 
| Title      = Forever Rachel
 
| Title      = Forever Rachel
| Listen      = 29 - Final Fantasy 3 - SNES - Forever Rachel.ogg
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| Recording  = {{Recording|SNES|29 - Final Fantasy 3 - SNES - Forever Rachel.ogg}}
| Composer    = [[Nobuo Uematsu]]
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| Image      = Final Fantasy 3 - SNES - Forever Rachel.png
| Arranger    = [[Minoru Akao]]
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| Composer    = {{Composer|Nobuo Uematsu}}
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| Arranger    = {{Arranger|Nobuo Uematsu}}
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| Programmer  = [[Minoru Akao]]
 
| Released    = 1994-04-02
 
| Released    = 1994-04-02
 
| Length      = 1:18
 
| Length      = 1:18
 
| Format      = SPC
 
| Format      = SPC
| Game01      = [[Final Fantasy III (SNES)]]
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| Game        = Final Fantasy III (SNES)
| Game02      = [[Final Fantasy VI (GBA)]]
 
| Game03      = [[Final Fantasy Anthology (PS1)]]
 
 
| TitleOrigin = Official
 
| TitleOrigin = Official
 
| Loops      = Yes
 
| Loops      = Yes
 
}}
 
}}
  
'''''Forever Rachel''''' is the leitmotif of the NPC character Rachel, Locke's secondary love interest who was injured in an treasure hunting accident. The song is played during flashbacks involving Rachel. The song appears on the [[Final Fantasy VI Original Sound Version]] album.
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'''''Forever Rachel''''' is the leitmotif of the NPC character Rachel, the love interest in Locke's back story who was injured in an treasure hunting accident. The song is played during flashbacks involving Rachel and again when Locke finally revives her with Phoenix.
  
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==Title==
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The song's title varies depending on your source. This site uses the most recent American release of the official soundtrack.
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{| class="wikitable" |
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! Title
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! Transliteration
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! Source
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|-
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| Forever Rachel
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| US iTunes soundtrack
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|-
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| Forever Rachel
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|
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| US OSV
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|-
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| 永遠に、レイチェル (Eien ni, Reicheru)
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| Forever, and Rachel
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| Japan OSV
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|}
  
==Titles==
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==Games==
* Forever Rachel (iTunes USA release)
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The following games include the song as well, but they emulate the music and sound the same.
* Forever Rachel (English title on OSV)
 
* 永遠に、レイチェル (Japanese title)
 
* Eien ni, Reicheru (Romanji)
 
  
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* Final Fantasy Anthology PAL (PS1)
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* Final Fantasy VI (AND)
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* Final Fantasy VI (FOS)
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* Final Fantasy VI (GBA)
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* Final Fantasy VI (PS1)
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* Final Fantasy VI (PS3)
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* Final Fantasy VI (PSP)
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* Final Fantasy VI (PSV)
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* Final Fantasy VI (WII)
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* Final Fantasy VI (WIIU)
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==Album Appearances==
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The song appears on the [[Final Fantasy VI Original Sound Version]] album.
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
 
[[Category:Missing Screenshot]]
 

Latest revision as of 16:26, 13 November 2015

Forever Rachel
Output - SNES.svg
Final Fantasy 3 - SNES - Forever Rachel.png
Composer Nobuo Uematsu
Arranger Nobuo Uematsu
Programmer Minoru Akao
Released 1994-04-02
Length 1:18
Format SPC.png
Game Final Fantasy III (SNES)
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

Forever Rachel is the leitmotif of the NPC character Rachel, the love interest in Locke's back story who was injured in an treasure hunting accident. The song is played during flashbacks involving Rachel and again when Locke finally revives her with Phoenix.

Title

The song's title varies depending on your source. This site uses the most recent American release of the official soundtrack.

Title Transliteration Source
Forever Rachel US iTunes soundtrack
Forever Rachel US OSV
永遠に、レイチェル (Eien ni, Reicheru) Forever, and Rachel Japan OSV

Games

The following games include the song as well, but they emulate the music and sound the same.

  • Final Fantasy Anthology PAL (PS1)
  • Final Fantasy VI (AND)
  • Final Fantasy VI (FOS)
  • Final Fantasy VI (GBA)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PS1)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PS3)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PSP)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PSV)
  • Final Fantasy VI (WII)
  • Final Fantasy VI (WIIU)

Album Appearances

The song appears on the Final Fantasy VI Original Sound Version album.

Links