Like any other Nihon Falcom album, this is defined by high quality. The instrumentation is perfect, all the tracks are of high quality, with the occasional exceptional song. I will say, this album begins off a bit slower than Dragon Slayer I (a lot of the early tracks are soft or somber and a bit slow). However, after that initial hump the album really starts to shine. Aside from this, this album does also feature a high number of terror tracks (Inside the Cave, Underground Castle, Resistance Hunting, Battle with the Emperor). Overall, 9.13/10.
In my opinion, Great:Rushing (2), Utility Also Notably Good: Opening, Stopper, Underground Cave, Underground Town, Underground Ruined Town, Meeting, Sortie, Throne Room, Battle with the Emperor, Ending