History AwesomeBosses / BioWare

17th Mar '16 8:53:36 AM ObsidianFire
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* In Taipei you've been hounded by the [[GenreSavvy ruthless and capable]] [[MeaningfulName Omen Deng]] since you started trying to stop the assassination of Ronald Sung. Your final confrontation takes place on a [[GetBackHereBoss construction scaffold, climbing up to balcony facing the platform where Sung is speaking]] where Deng decides to make his [[YouShallNotPass final stand against you]]. [[spoiler: What neither of you have realized is that you're both trying to stop the assassination, and as the fight comes to a close the real assassin takes the shot...]]

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* In Taipei you've been hounded by the [[GenreSavvy ruthless and capable]] capable [[MeaningfulName Omen Deng]] since you started trying to stop the assassination of Ronald Sung. Your final confrontation takes place on a [[GetBackHereBoss construction scaffold, climbing up to balcony facing the platform where Sung is speaking]] where Deng decides to make his [[YouShallNotPass final stand against you]]. [[spoiler: What neither of you have realized is that you're both trying to stop the assassination, and as the fight comes to a close the real assassin takes the shot...]]
17th Oct '15 2:22:55 PM mlsmithca
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* DragonAgeInquisition has the very final battle against the Elder One, [[spoiler: Corypheus]]. You've completely smashed his forces, and ruined all of his plans so that the Elder One has no choice but to [[spoiler: re-open the Breach]] to force a final confrontation. You fight him in the ruins of the Temple of the Sacred Ashes where the game began, but this time the Elder One uses his magic to [[spoiler: levitate the ruins into the air]]. This begins a running fight against the Elder One throughout the ruins while his pet dragon engages in an aerial battle against [[spoiler: a dragon of your ''own'' who is either Morrigan shapeshifted into one, or a special dragon you've gained the ability to command for this battle.]] Eventually you'll be forced to finish off the Elder One's dragon yourself before confronting him at the very top of the ruins for the very final part of the battle. [[spoiler:Defeating Corypheus for good and reducing him to a screaming wreck desperately calling out to Dumat for help before vaporizing him with the Anchor is a very satisfying end indeed.]]

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* DragonAgeInquisition ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' has the very final battle against the Elder One, [[spoiler: Corypheus]]. You've completely smashed his forces, and ruined all of his plans so that the Elder One has no choice but to [[spoiler: re-open the Breach]] to force a final confrontation. You fight him in the ruins of the Temple of the Sacred Ashes where the game began, but this time the Elder One uses his magic to [[spoiler: levitate the ruins into the air]]. This begins a running fight against the Elder One throughout the ruins while his pet dragon engages in an aerial battle against [[spoiler: a dragon of your ''own'' who is either Morrigan shapeshifted into one, or a special dragon you've gained the ability to command for this battle.]] Eventually you'll be forced to finish off the Elder One's dragon yourself before confronting him at the very top of the ruins for the very final part of the battle. [[spoiler:Defeating Corypheus for good and reducing him to a screaming wreck desperately calling out to Dumat for help before vaporizing him with the Anchor is a very satisfying end indeed.]]
17th Oct '15 11:34:16 AM SamuraiMarmoset
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* DragonAgeInquisition has the very final battle against the Elder One, [[spoiler: Corypheus]]. You've completely smashed his forces, and ruined all of his plans so that the Elder One has no choice but to [[spoiler: re-open the Breach]] to force a final confrontation. You fight him in the ruins of the Temple of the Sacred Ashes where the game began, but this time the Elder One uses his magic to [[spoiler: levitate the ruins into the air]]. This begins a running fight against the Elder One throughout the ruins while his pet dragon engages in an aerial battle against [[spoiler: a dragon of your ''own'' who is either Morrigan shapeshifted into one, or a special dragon you've gained the ability to command for this battle.]] Eventually you'll be forced to finish off the Elder One's dragon yourself before confronting him at the very top of the ruins for the very final part of the battle. [[spoiler:Defeating Corypheus for good and reducing him to a screaming wreck desperately calling out to Dumat for help before vaporizing him with the Anchor is a very satisfying end indeed.]]
15th Jul '15 10:21:20 PM Vios
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* ''VideoGame/BaldursGate II: Shadows of Amn'' has so many of them. How about...

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* ''VideoGame/BaldursGate II: ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII: Shadows of Amn'' has so many of them. How about...



* ''VideoGame/BaldursGate II: Throne of Bhaal'' picks up the awesome boss trend and runs with it...

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* ''VideoGame/BaldursGate II: Throne of Bhaal'' ''VideoGame/BaldursGateIIThroneOfBhaal'' picks up the awesome boss trend and runs with it...
20th Jan '15 6:14:33 PM mlsmithca
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* Citadel's DLC final boss is [[spoiler:your clone. It's the same class as you, and will use mostly the same powers you have. Yes, that means a Vanguard clone will charge/nova you. Who didn't charge at your clone as a Vanguard after s/he charged you?]]
** Not to mention everything else involved. Two squad members with you in ''extremely'' claustrophobic quarters ([[spoiler:the Normandy cargo hold]]), {{Mooks}} everywhere and [[spoiler:Maya Brooks]] firing on you at the same time. It is ''frantic''.

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* Citadel's DLC final boss is [[spoiler:your clone. It's the same class as you, and will use mostly the same powers you have. Yes, that means a Vanguard clone will charge/nova you. Who didn't charge at your clone as a Vanguard after s/he charged you?]]
** Not to mention everything else involved.
you?]] Two squad members with you in ''extremely'' claustrophobic quarters ([[spoiler:the Normandy cargo hold]]), {{Mooks}} everywhere and [[spoiler:Maya Brooks]] firing on you at the same time. It is ''frantic''.
19th Jan '15 9:21:18 PM babyhenchy1
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** Not to mention everything else involved. Two squad members with you in ''extremely'' claustrophobic quarters ([[spoiler:the Normandy cargo hold]]), {{Mooks}} everywhere and [[spoiler:Maya Brooks]] firing on you at the same time. It is ''frantic''.
30th Oct '14 5:40:46 PM mlsmithca
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** Though it's more of a mini-boss, taking down a [[spoiler: thresher maw, whose main strategy for defeating it is to, according to the Alliance, use heavy ordinance like TANKS or, according to Zaeed, "Run the f**k away in the other direction"]] on ''foot'' when the mission only requires you to ''survive'' it for 5 minutes is a SugarWiki/MomentofAwesome, especially on Insanity difficulty. Even the krogan think so! If you manage to kill it the Krogan want to mate with you.

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** Though it's more of a mini-boss, taking down a [[spoiler: thresher maw, whose main strategy for defeating it is to, according to the Alliance, use heavy ordinance like TANKS or, according to Zaeed, "Run the f**k away in the other direction"]] on ''foot'' when the mission only requires you to ''survive'' it for 5 minutes is a SugarWiki/MomentofAwesome, SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome, especially on Insanity difficulty. Even the krogan think so! If you manage to kill it the Krogan want to mate with you.
30th Jun '14 7:23:07 PM Aiguille
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** Imperial Players get the Foundry flashpoint instead. You already know you're in for a hell of a fight when the first boss introduces himself with [[spoiler: Statement: Silence, meatbags!]]. But you discover he's just the {{Dragon}} to a crazed Jedi who plans to wipe out ''98 percent'' of the Imperial population (too bad no one informs the Imperial players their own Emperor wants to wipe out 100% of the galactic population...). And by the time you reach [[spoiler: Revan]], he puts up a ''devastating'' LastStand, telekentically hurling heavy objects, throwing Force Lightening, and even [[ShoutOut "becoming more powerful]] [[Film/ANewHope than you can possibly imagine]]." It all ends in a painful IronicEcho.

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** Imperial Players get the Foundry flashpoint instead. You already know you're in for a hell of a fight when the first boss introduces himself with [[spoiler: Statement: Silence, meatbags!]]. But you discover he's just the {{Dragon}} TheDragon to a crazed Jedi who plans to wipe out ''98 percent'' of the Imperial population (too bad no one informs the Imperial players their own Emperor wants to wipe out 100% of the galactic population...). And by the time you reach [[spoiler: Revan]], he puts up a ''devastating'' LastStand, telekentically hurling heavy objects, throwing Force Lightening, and even [[ShoutOut "becoming more powerful]] [[Film/ANewHope than you can possibly imagine]]." It all ends in a painful IronicEcho.
24th Apr '14 4:51:23 AM LongLiveHumour
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[[AC: StarWars: VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic series]]

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[[AC: StarWars: Franchise/StarWars: VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic series]]
15th Apr '14 4:34:33 PM mlsmithca
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* ''StarWarsTheOldRepublic'': Republic players get a view of Grand Moff Killran, a SmugSnake of an Imperial officer nicknamed [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast "The Butcher of Coruscant"]] in the first flashpoint, but don't a chance to wipe the smirk off his face until Malestrom Prison. He shows up, sniping at you with a rifle from all the way across the room, sending hordes of mooks at you, and forcing your movement to a crawl. It's a long, hard slog, but wiping the floor with that jerk is ''immensely'' satisfying. [[spoiler: the fact you're doing this to rescue ''Revan'' from three centures of torture just adds extra awesome, but the awesome has a spoiled aftertaste because...]]
** Imperial Players get the Foundry flashpoint instead. You already know you're in for a hell of a fight when the first boss introduces himself with [[spoiler: Statement: Silence, meatbags!]]. But you discover he's just the {{Dragon}} to a crazed Jedi who plans to wipe out ''98 percent'' of the Imperial population (too bad no one informs the Imperial players their own Emperor wants to wipe out 100% of the galactic population...). And by the time you reach [[spoiler: Revan]], he puts up a ''devastating'' LastStand, telekentically hurling heavy objects, throwing Force Lightening, and even [[ShoutOut "becoming more powerful]] [[StarWarsANewHope than you can possibly imagine]]." It all ends in a painful IronicEcho.

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* ''StarWarsTheOldRepublic'': ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'':
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Republic players get a view of Grand Moff Killran, a SmugSnake of an Imperial officer nicknamed [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast "The Butcher of Coruscant"]] in the first flashpoint, but don't get a chance to wipe the smirk off his face until Malestrom Prison. He shows up, sniping at you with a rifle from all the way across the room, sending hordes of mooks at you, and forcing your movement to a crawl. It's a long, hard slog, but wiping the floor with that jerk is ''immensely'' satisfying. [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:The fact you're doing this to rescue ''Revan'' from three centures centuries of torture just adds extra awesome, but the awesome has a spoiled aftertaste because...]]
** Imperial Players get the Foundry flashpoint instead. You already know you're in for a hell of a fight when the first boss introduces himself with [[spoiler: Statement: Silence, meatbags!]]. But you discover he's just the {{Dragon}} to a crazed Jedi who plans to wipe out ''98 percent'' of the Imperial population (too bad no one informs the Imperial players their own Emperor wants to wipe out 100% of the galactic population...). And by the time you reach [[spoiler: Revan]], he puts up a ''devastating'' LastStand, telekentically hurling heavy objects, throwing Force Lightening, and even [[ShoutOut "becoming more powerful]] [[StarWarsANewHope [[Film/ANewHope than you can possibly imagine]]." It all ends in a painful IronicEcho.



** The Knight gets to fight the [[spoiler: Sith Emperor himself (Maybe. It's unclear if you really killed him or just knock him down for a while)]]. Your only backup is the little astromech, you're in the center of the Dark Temple itself, and at one point, he spawns ''five'' clones of himself to battle.


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** The Knight gets to fight the [[spoiler: Sith Emperor himself himself. (Maybe. It's unclear if you really killed him or just knock him down for a while)]]. while.)]] Your only backup is the little astromech, you're in the center of the Dark Temple itself, and at one point, he spawns ''five'' clones of himself to battle.

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