The problem with said tunes is that they always kept changing. (I call them TUNES, plural, in spite of it being "one" tune.) They always have the same basic concept, snares prominent over the rest, but the execution has been different every time the tune has come back to my mind, with me always thinking, "Something's not quite right about this...", and frustratingly, I keep going over the tune, trying to figure out the finer points of it, only for the whole thing to collapse. The first time the variant-tune plays in my mind, it sounds awesome, and I mentally cheer myself on, and then, after that, I have a panic attack of sorts when trying to replay it, and it not being the same because while THE tune I have nailed down (call it "practice"), the variant tune, I don't.
So it has always been a mess, but I figured that I'd take a stab at recording it anyway. If I were to try and play this exact tune just with a more clear audio (it's extremely muted, so in a way I got what I wanted: the snares are VERY dominant. It's just that I didn't mean for them to be quite that dominant...), I'd never be able to because I was improvising it as I went along, but hey, I got at least one recording of it so that you can more or less know what I was talking about!
Incidentally, at different times, which was the boss tune and which was the normal battle tune has varied, depending on the level of epicness. Originally, though, I believe this tune was meant as the 'boss' version, both because it's a variant (that is, deviation) from the 'normal' version, and because when I first thought it up, it was more "epic" than the original tune was. Currently, not convinced either way, but I think this one would still be the boss-version, because it's longer, has more variety, and with a better recording might carry more strength. You make your own judgment, though.