Where to find all the Orchestration rolls in Final Fantasy 16

Where to find all the Orchestration rolls in Final Fantasy 16
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Written by 

Harry Boulton

Published 

3rd Jul 2023 10:27

Orchestrion rolls in Final Fantasy 16 let you indulge in many of the game's wonderful orchestrations, but you might be wondering how to use them, and where all of their locations can be found.

Like most other games in the Final Fantasy series, the soundtrack is a real highlight in FFXVI, and thankfully the game lets you play it out in a jukebox of sorts. You will need to do some searching for each track though, and that's where we come in.

Ready to go hunting? Check out all of the orchestrion roll locations in Final Fantasy 16 below, alongside a walkthrough showing you how to use them in-game.

SPOILER WARNING: This guide may contain story spoilers, so be sure to proceed at your own risk to ensure details in the game remain a surprise.

All Orchestrion roll locations in Final Fantasy 16

Orchestrion rolls in Final Fantasy 16 can be purchased from many of the merchants that are scattered around Valisthea, but we've got you covered if you're on the hunt for them all.

They can also be found in treasure chests, and there are 18 orchestrion rolls in total that you will need to pick up yourself if you're looking to complete the set.

Check out the table below to see all of the Final Fantasy 16 orchestrion roll locations:

Orchestrion Roll Location
Idylls of the Empire Lostwing (40,000 Gil)
Lovely, Dark, and Deep Greensheaves, Hideaway (20,000 Gil)
Before the Storm Northreach (50,000 Gil)
Into the Mire Moore, Hideaway (40,000 Gil)
Night Terrors Amber (20,000 Gil)
A Rose is a Rose Hideaway (Renown)
The Thousand Tomes The Dalimil Inn (40,000 Gil)
Betrayal Boklad (20,000 Gil)
On the Shoulders of Giants Tabor (20,000 Gil)

More locations below...

Orchestrion Roll Location
The Lion and the Hare Dravozd (40,000 Gil)
No Risk No Reward Hideaway (Renown)
Forevermore Martha's Rest (treasure chest)
The Founder's Footsteps Martha's Rest (20,000 Gil)
Histoire Lostwing (treasure)
Sans and Stone Boklad (treasure chest)
Indomitable Eistla (treasure chest)
No Risk, No Reward Hideaway (Renown)
To Sail Forbidden Seas Hideaway (Renown)

They will set you back a fair amount if you're looking to pick all of them up, but it is well worth it to enjoy all of your favorite compositions as you explore the Hideaway.

How to use orchestrion rolls in Final Fantasy 16

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All you need to do to use orchestrion rolls in Final Fantasy 16 is head over to the orchestrion machine, which is found next to the bar in the Hideaway. Any orchestrion rolls that you purchase or acquire on your travels will instantly be transported to this machine, so you will be able to use them at your own leisure.

Using one of the rolls within the machine will change the Hideaway music, but unfortunately, you cannot make use of this outside of the hub area. Still, considering how much time you spend in Cid's domain, it is well worth the price.

So, that's everything you need to know about orchestrion rolls in Final Fantasy 16, giving you all of their locations, alongside what you need to do to use them.

Make sure to check out our dedicated Final Fantasy game page if you want to see more guides and news from the latest game and beyond.

Harry is a Guides Writer at GGRecon, having completed a Masters of Research degree in Film Studies. Previously a freelance writer for PCGamesN, The Loadout, and Red Bull Gaming, he loves playing a wide variety of games from the Souls series to JRPGs, Counter-Strike, and EA FC. When not playing or writing about games and hardware, you're likely to find him watching football or listening to Madonna and Kate Bush.

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