History Awesome / TheWorldEndsWithYou

9th Oct '17 3:06:07 PM AuraXtreme
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* "Here comes the Beat wagon!"

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* "Here comes the Week 3, Day 1: Neku and Beat wagon!"start towards the Shibuya River. Unfortunately, there's a wall between the bus terminal and the station underpass, and with no Support Reapers to give them a task they can't get through it. Beat's reaction?
-->Stupid [=@#!%(#^)^@^¥=] WALL! I ain't got time for this! Get in my way, and I'ma BREAK you! ''[[TheJuggernaut (he does)]]''
** The next screen reveals that [[SubvertedTrope he had a keypin to open the wall]]... but his reaction to Neku's observation of 'smash' implies that [[DoubleSubverted he didn't use it on that one]].
14th Sep '17 1:06:33 AM AuraXtreme
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* And then there's Minamimoto's last attack at the end of the second week. How many villains set off their final attack - a ginormous nuke - by reciting [[MundaneMadeAwesome the first]] ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome one-hundred and fifty]]'' [[MundaneMadeAwesome digits of freakin' Pi]]? Because he sure did.
** Especially awesome if you get the joke of him calling the attack "Level ''i'' Flare". In ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'', Flare is a strong spell that shows its power in "Level x Flare". Keep in mind that "''i''" is used to represent ''imaginary units'' and then think how powerful that makes it.
*** The "level" part of the spell in this case doesn't represent its power, instead it means the spell targets all enemies with the level divisible by the number given. Which is still pretty cool in this context, what with him targeting and blowing up pretty much everything possible with it.

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* And then there's Minamimoto's last attack at the end of the second week. How many villains set off their final attack - a ginormous nuke - by reciting [[MundaneMadeAwesome the first]] ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome ''[[FormulaicMagic one-hundred and fifty]]'' [[MundaneMadeAwesome [[AMouthfulOfPi digits of freakin' Pi]]? Because he sure did.
** Especially awesome if you get the joke of him calling the attack "Level ''i'' Flare". In ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'', Flare is a strong spell that shows its power in one of the most powerful Black Magic spells; "Level x Flare". Keep in mind that "''i''" is used to represent ''imaginary units'' and then think how powerful that makes it.
*** The "level" part of the spell in this case doesn't represent its power, instead it means the spell
Flare" targets all enemies with the level divisible by the number given. Which is still pretty cool This results in this context, what with him Minamimoto targeting and blowing up pretty much everything possible with it.in his combat range.



** In Solo Remix you instead do the max level fusion of all three characters that you have unlocked. which means depending on how you spent your Scarletite means you end up shooting the final boss with Franchise/GodZilla Mr. Mew EyeBeams, Dropping the Moon on him, crashing a tidal wave on him, AND then finally finishing the boss off with the skull attack.

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** In Solo Remix you instead do the max level fusion of a Fusion with all three characters that characters, each using the strongest Fusion you have unlocked. which means depending Depending on how you spent your Scarletite means Scarletite, this could mean you end shoot up shooting the final boss Draco Cantus with Franchise/GodZilla Mr. Mew EyeBeams, Dropping the Moon on him, crashing crash a tidal wave on him, AND dropping the freaking ''moon'' on him, and then finally finishing the boss off with the skull attack.
16th Jul '17 3:35:36 PM billybobfred
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* How about the part where you use the [[spoiler:Rhyme pin]] to finish off [[spoiler:Konishi]] for some sweet [[HoistByHisOwnPetard revenge]]. Even better in the Solo Remix where you can use the above object while ''at the same time'' beating [[spoiler:Konishi]] down with [[spoiler:Rhyme's brother, Beat]].
** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]

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* How about the part where you use [[spoiler:Beat on the [[spoiler:Rhyme pin]] top screen and the Rhyme pin on the bottom]] to finish off [[spoiler:Konishi]] for some sweet [[HoistByHisOwnPetard revenge]]. Even better These are your ''only'' sources of damage at this point in the Solo Remix where you can use fight, ensuring that the above object while ''at the same time'' beating [[spoiler:Konishi]] down with [[spoiler:Rhyme's brother, Beat]].
** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for
enemy receives a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]well-deserved KarmicDeath.
27th Nov '16 5:41:56 AM DenisK21
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* Konishi keeps on saying that everything goes according to her predictions. And then, [[DumbMuscle Beat]], of all people calls her out on this with the fact that there have been so many hiccups in her so-called "master plan" already.
---> '''Beat''': Then what's wid all these "unforeseen circumstances"? Sounds to me like you can't predict jack, yo.
15th Nov '16 8:18:00 AM madammina
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** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]

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** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]]]
* Joshua gets a cross series one. The Gang shows up in ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'' and eventually Joshua reveals that the Heartless attacked Shibuya. Unlike other SE characters in KH, Joshua heavily implies that he IS the real Joshua. And he managed to save his friends by flinging them all into another world, another universe. Something he couldn't really do in TWEWY, and that no other character has done in KH. (at least not in the same way)
17th Aug '15 5:46:22 AM MechWarrior
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** Coupled with a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming whith the none-too-subtle hint that there's another, bigger reason he doesn't want a promotion: [[spoiler:[[ShipTease so he can stay paired up with Uzuki]]]].

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** Coupled with a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming whith [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming moment]] with the none-too-subtle hint that there's another, bigger reason he doesn't want a promotion: [[spoiler:[[ShipTease so he can stay paired up with Uzuki]]]].



*** The "level" part of the spell in this case doesn't represent its power, instead it means the spell targets all enemies with the level divisible by the number given. Which is still pretty cool in this context, what with him targetting and blowing up pretty much everything possible with it.

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*** The "level" part of the spell in this case doesn't represent its power, instead it means the spell targets all enemies with the level divisible by the number given. Which is still pretty cool in this context, what with him targetting targeting and blowing up pretty much everything possible with it.



* Week 1 Day 7, Shiki fearlessly talking back to Higashizawa and stating that there's ''nothing he can do, she's getting back''. Also a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.

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* Week 1 Day 7, Shiki fearlessly talking back to Higashizawa and stating that there's ''nothing he can do, she's getting back''. Also a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.[[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming moment]].



* All of the Level 3 Fusions are pretty awesome. Neku and Shiki ride a [[CrowningMomentOfFunny giant Mr. Mew]] that shoots two giant EyeBeams, Neku and Beat ride a tidal wave that crashes down onto the bad guys, and Neku and Joshua ''drop the freakin' moon'' onto the enemy.

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* All of the Level 3 Fusions are pretty awesome. Neku and Shiki ride a [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments giant Mr. Mew]] that shoots two giant EyeBeams, Neku and Beat ride a tidal wave that crashes down onto the bad guys, and Neku and Joshua ''drop the freakin' moon'' onto the enemy.



** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KVizvjpXEQ "Lullaby for You"]] manages to be this, a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and a TearJerker at the same time.

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KVizvjpXEQ "Lullaby for You"]] manages to be this, a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming moment]] and a TearJerker at the same time.
20th Dec '14 2:09:54 PM nombretomado
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** Especially awesome if you get the joke of him calling the attack "Level ''i'' Flare". In ''FinalFantasy'', Flare is a strong spell that shows its power in "Level x Flare". Keep in mind that "''i''" is used to represent ''imaginary units'' and then think how powerful that makes it.

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** Especially awesome if you get the joke of him calling the attack "Level ''i'' Flare". In ''FinalFantasy'', ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'', Flare is a strong spell that shows its power in "Level x Flare". Keep in mind that "''i''" is used to represent ''imaginary units'' and then think how powerful that makes it.



* [[BonusBoss Progfox's]] "fusion" where he transforms into a nine-tailed [[FinalFantasy Bahamut]] and fires [[BreathWeapon Mega]] [[FrickinLaserBeams Flare]].

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* [[BonusBoss Progfox's]] "fusion" where he transforms into a nine-tailed [[FinalFantasy [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Bahamut]] and fires [[BreathWeapon Mega]] [[FrickinLaserBeams Flare]].
5th Apr '14 10:52:54 AM Discar
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** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]
** Personally, I found it really incredible, and also very satisfying, that Beat was able to [[spoiler:break [[ManipulativeBitch Konishi's]] [[TheBaroness calm]] [[IceQueen front]] and actually make her angry at him by first telling her [[SpannerintheWorks he'd become the Composer before her]] and then telling her to suck it.]] Being someone who [[SmugSnake probably frustrated you from the minute she arrived on screen]], it's awesome to see [[spoiler:her [[NotSoStoic just lose her shit and reduce herself to screaming at you in anger.]]]]

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** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]
** Personally, I found it really incredible, and also very satisfying, that Beat was able to [[spoiler:break [[ManipulativeBitch Konishi's]] [[TheBaroness calm]] [[IceQueen front]] and actually make her angry at him by first telling her [[SpannerintheWorks he'd become the Composer before her]] and then telling her to suck it.]] Being someone who [[SmugSnake probably frustrated you from the minute she arrived on screen]], it's awesome to see [[spoiler:her [[NotSoStoic just lose her shit and reduce herself to screaming at you in anger.]]]]
]]
5th Apr '14 10:24:04 AM Littleshirokun
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** Personally, I found it really incredible, and also very satisfying, that Beat was able to [[spoiler:break Konishi's calm front and actually make her angry at him by first telling her he'd become the Composer before her and then telling her to suck it. For someone who probably frustrated you from the minute she arrived on screen, it's awesome to see her just lose her shit and reduce herself to screaming at you in anger.]]

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** Personally, I found it really incredible, and also very satisfying, that Beat was able to [[spoiler:break Konishi's calm front [[ManipulativeBitch Konishi's]] [[TheBaroness calm]] [[IceQueen front]] and actually make her angry at him by first telling her [[SpannerintheWorks he'd become the Composer before her her]] and then telling her to suck it. For it.]] Being someone who [[SmugSnake probably frustrated you from the minute she arrived on screen, screen]], it's awesome to see her [[spoiler:her [[NotSoStoic just lose her shit and reduce herself to screaming at you in anger.]]]]]]
5th Apr '14 10:13:10 AM Littleshirokun
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** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]

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** [[spoiler: You can actually attack Konishi with Beat in the original version, too. After hitting her with Rhyme, look at Beat's shadow. Konishi will stay up in the top screen for a second, during which you can attack her. Which means you hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat, who pummels her back down, at which point you find her again and hit her with Rhyme, sending her up to Beat...]]
** Personally, I found it really incredible, and also very satisfying, that Beat was able to [[spoiler:break Konishi's calm front and actually make her angry at him by first telling her he'd become the Composer before her and then telling her to suck it. For someone who probably frustrated you from the minute she arrived on screen, it's awesome to see her just lose her shit and reduce herself to screaming at you in anger.
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