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Iron Blue Intention (sometimes written Iron-Blue Intention) is a music theme originally composed by the Konami Kukeiha Club for Castlevania: Bloodlines. It is the background theme for Stage 4, The Munitions Factory.

This theme was arranged several times and is Eric Lecarde's theme in Castlevania Judgment.

AppearancesEdit

Song Data: Iron Blue Intention
Image Track No. / Name (Japanese Name) Game / Soundtrack Composer Usage Notes / Links
Akumajo Dracula X Cover 13 (CD 2). Iron Blue Intention
(IRON-BLUE INTENTION (4ステージBGM·ドイツ鉄鋼工場))
Castlevania: Bloodlines /  Akumajō Dracula X
Konami Kukeiha Club  4. The Munitions Factory Links: YouTube
Dracula battle2 perfect selection front 13 (CD 2). Iron Blue Intention
(Iron Blue Intention)
 /  Perfect Selection Dracula Battle II
Konami Kukeiha Club (composer)

Naoto Shibata (arranger) 

Notes: Heavy metal arrangement
Links: YouTube
Por ost 28. Iron Blue Intention
(Iron Blue Intention)
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin /  Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin Original Soundtrack
Konami Kukeiha Club (composer)

Michiru Yamane (arranger)
Norikazu Miura (DS arrange) 

13th Street Links: YouTube (DS arrange)
YouTube (Original)
Judgmentostcover 13. Iron Blue Intention
(Iron Blue Intention)
Castlevania Judgment /  Castlevania Judgment Original Soundtrack
Konami Kukeiha Club (composer)

Yasushi Asada (arranger) 

Eric Lecarde's theme Links: YouTube
Ssbu 13. Iron-Blue Intention
(Iron-Blue Intention)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate /  Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Original Soundtrack
Konami Kukeiha Club (composer)

Manami Kiyota (arranger) 

Dracula's Castle Links: YouTube


TriviaEdit

  • This theme is based on Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5.
  • "Iron blue" is defined as "any of various light-resistant and heat-resistant, semitransparent blue pigments of powerful tinctorial strength, used chiefly in permanent industrial finishes",[1] which likely refers to the machinery the player faces in The Munitions Factory, the stage where the theme first appeared. The word "intention" probably refers to the possessed machines, which are now "alive" and have will.
    • "Iron blue" is also known as "Prussian blue", which is a German term, the same country where the the factory is located.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Iron blue definition at The Free Dictionary.
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