History AwesomeBosses / ShinMegamiTensei

2nd Sep '17 7:53:57 PM mlsmithca
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** There is also [[spoiler:Lucifer]], TrueFinalBoss of ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne Nocturne]]''... He has a 75% resistance to every attack (even the almighty ones). He can be rationally defeated ONLY if you have the right skill [[spoiler:Pierce]], which you can only get after beating the [[BonusLevel bonus level]])... ''SMT'' has plenty of these bosses.

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** There is also [[spoiler:Lucifer]], TrueFinalBoss of ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne Nocturne]]''... He has a 75% resistance to every attack (even the almighty ones). He can be rationally defeated ONLY if you have the right skill [[spoiler:Pierce]], ([[spoiler:Pierce]], which you can only get after beating the [[BonusLevel bonus level]])... ''SMT'' has plenty of these bosses.
2nd Sep '17 8:37:23 AM Leefan
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** There is also [[spoiler:Lucifer]], TrueFinalBoss of ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne Nocturne]]''... He has a 75% resistance to every attack (even the almighty ones). He can be rationally defeated ONLY if you have the right skill ([[spoiler:Pierce]], which you can only get after beating the [[BonusLevel bonus level]])... ''SMT'' has plenty of these bosses.

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** There is also [[spoiler:Lucifer]], TrueFinalBoss of ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne Nocturne]]''... He has a 75% resistance to every attack (even the almighty ones). He can be rationally defeated ONLY if you have the right skill ([[spoiler:Pierce]], [[spoiler:Pierce]], which you can only get after beating the [[BonusLevel bonus level]])... ''SMT'' has plenty of these bosses.
5th Jun '17 3:45:24 AM calamity2007
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* The FinalBoss fight against [[spoiler: Yaldaboath, God of Control]]. Not only is the boss by far the largest boss in the ''Persona'' series but the concept of the fight alone is amazing, [[spoiler: essentially fighting the Demiurge, the antithesis to Igor, and Persona's answer to YHVH]]. The fight itself is a massive war of attrition as the boss summons weapons throughout the fight that have their own healthbars and movesets based off of the SevenDeadlySins requiring the player to constantly change party and tactics on the fly. Following the fight is an awesome scripted moment [[spoiler: where Joker takes the belief of everyone to summon his ultimate persona Satanael, who is just as large as the boss and finishes it off with a BoomHeadshot from a revolver]].

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* ** The FinalBoss fight against [[spoiler: Yaldaboath, God of Control]]. Not only is the boss by far the largest boss in the ''Persona'' series but the concept of the fight alone is amazing, [[spoiler: essentially fighting the Demiurge, the antithesis to Igor, and Persona's answer to YHVH]]. The fight itself is a massive war of attrition as the boss summons weapons throughout the fight that have their own healthbars and movesets based off of the SevenDeadlySins requiring the player to constantly change party and tactics on the fly. Following the fight is an awesome scripted moment [[spoiler: where Joker takes the belief of everyone to summon his ultimate persona Satanael, who is just as large as the boss and finishes it off with a BoomHeadshot from a revolver]].
5th Jun '17 3:13:16 AM calamity2007
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* The FinalBoss fight against [[spoiler: Yaldaboath, God of Control]]. Not only is the boss by far the largest boss in the ''Persona'' series but the concept of the fight alone is amazing, [[spoiler: essentially fighting the Demiurge, the antithesis to Igor, and Persona's answer to YHVH]]. The fight itself is a massive war of attrition as the boss summons weapons throughout the fight that have their own healthbars and movesets based off of the SevenDeadlySins requiring the player to constantly change party and tactics on the fly. Following the fight is an awesome scripted moment [[spoiler: where Joker takes the belief of everyone to summon his ultimate persona Satanael, who is just as large as the boss and finishes it off with a BoomHeadshot from a revolver]].
21st May '17 2:43:08 PM crankers
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** The confrontation with the BigBad. Four forms, the last of which is a hulking monstrosity not unlike [[VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengance Senator Armstrong]], and a whole lot of catharsis for all of the suffering he's put everyone through.

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** The confrontation with the BigBad. Four forms, the last of which is a hulking monstrosity not unlike [[VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengance [[VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance Senator Armstrong]], and a whole lot of catharsis for all of the suffering he's put everyone through.
21st Mar '17 6:45:58 PM Twili19
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** The confrontation with the Traitor, [[spoiler: Goro]]. Like Strega and [[spoiler: Adachi]] before him, he's a Persona-user which makes the fight unique. Unlike the previous Persona-user bosses however, Goro can actually pose a threat, [[spoiler: especially after he starts using his '''other''' Persona, Loki.]]

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** The confrontation with the Traitor, [[spoiler: Goro]]. Like Strega and [[spoiler: Adachi]] before him, he's a Persona-user which makes the fight unique. Unlike the previous Persona-user bosses however, Goro [[spoiler:Goro]] can actually pose a threat, [[spoiler: especially after he starts using his '''other''' Persona, Loki.]]
10th Feb '17 8:12:47 PM Materioptikon
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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiStrangeJourney'' has great bosses. Alilat has Diarahan, fully healing herself at whim, and being capable of firing off Mind Charged Megidolaons for complete wipeouts, and bounces off physical and Gun attacks. Mother Maya insta-kills anybody who dares use magic against her. Ouroboros uses an attack to randomly slap you with any ailment it wants and heals itself constantly in its first phase, then uses a ''very'' strong physical attack on the second. Morax, the ''very first boss'', can be a nightmare if it begins using Bobasma, as can be Asura with Asura Roga. Mother Mem Aleph uses intensely destructive magic of all alignments and random physical attacks that are ''very'' capable of killing entire parties. Demiurge loves spamming Big Bang (Almighty-type attack, stronger than Megidolaon) and equally vicious offensive magic. And they're all awesome.

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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiStrangeJourney'' has great bosses. Alilat has Diarahan, fully healing herself at whim, and being capable of firing off Mind Charged Megidolaons for complete wipeouts, and bounces off physical and Gun attacks. Mother Maya insta-kills anybody who dares use magic against her. Ouroboros uses an attack to randomly slap you with any ailment it wants and heals itself constantly in its first phase, then uses a ''very'' strong physical attack on the second. Morax, the ''very first boss'', can be a nightmare if it begins using Bobasma, Tyranny, as can be Asura with Asura Roga. Mother Mem Aleph uses intensely destructive magic of all alignments and random physical attacks that are ''very'' capable of killing entire parties. Demiurge loves spamming Big Bang (Almighty-type attack, stronger than Megidolaon) and equally vicious offensive magic. And they're all awesome.
7th Feb '17 4:40:12 PM mlsmithca
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* The boss fights in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' are alot more dynamic than in previous games, but there are a few that stand out.
** Kaneshiro's boss form, Baal, is at first much easier than the previous two bosses, only throwing out weak attacks and status effects. The midboss theme even plays instead of the boss theme to drive home how easy the fight is. However, then the boss reveals that his vault is actually a giant robot piggy bank and the actually boss theme kicks in.

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* The boss fights in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' are alot a lot more dynamic than in previous games, but there are a few that stand out.
** Kaneshiro's boss form, Baal, is at first much easier than the previous two bosses, only throwing out weak attacks and status effects. The midboss theme even plays instead of the boss theme to drive home how easy the fight is. However, then the boss reveals that his vault is actually a giant robot piggy bank and the actually actual boss theme kicks in.



** The confrontation with the BigBad. Four forms, the last of which being a hulking monstrosity not unlike [[MetalGearRisingRevengance Senator Armstrong]], and a whole lot of catharsis for all of the suffering he's put everyone through.
** The BonusBoss [[spoiler: against the Velvet Twins]]. Like the previous [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]], [[they have an arsenal of Personas to take you on with and will switch between them throughout the battle, and they will take advantage of any weakness they find. Unlike the previous fights however, the Twins fight together as a DualBoss, sharing their Persona arsenal between them, and since the fight as a team, that means they can also use Baton Pass to further exploit weaknesses, and even use All Out Attack.]]

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** The confrontation with the BigBad. Four forms, the last of which being is a hulking monstrosity not unlike [[MetalGearRisingRevengance [[VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengance Senator Armstrong]], and a whole lot of catharsis for all of the suffering he's put everyone through.
** The BonusBoss [[spoiler: against the BonusBoss, [[spoiler:the Velvet Twins]]. Like the previous [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]], [[they {{Bonus Boss}}es, they have an arsenal of Personas to take you on with and will switch between them throughout the battle, and they will take advantage of any weakness they find. Unlike the previous fights however, the Twins fight together as a DualBoss, sharing their Persona arsenal between them, and since the fight as a team, that means they can also use Baton Pass to further exploit weaknesses, and even use All Out Attack.]]
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7th Feb '17 3:43:42 PM Jgamer
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* The boss fights in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' are alot more dynamic than in previous games, but there are a few that stand out.
** Kaneshiro's boss form, Baal, is at first much easier than the previous two bosses, only throwing out weak attacks and status effects. The midboss theme even plays instead of the boss theme to drive home how easy the fight is. However, then the boss reveals that his vault is actually a giant robot piggy bank and the actually boss theme kicks in.
** The confrontation with the Traitor, [[spoiler: Goro]]. Like Strega and [[spoiler: Adachi]] before him, he's a Persona-user which makes the fight unique. Unlike the previous Persona-user bosses however, Goro can actually pose a threat, [[spoiler: especially after he starts using his '''other''' Persona, Loki.]]
** The confrontation with the BigBad. Four forms, the last of which being a hulking monstrosity not unlike [[MetalGearRisingRevengance Senator Armstrong]], and a whole lot of catharsis for all of the suffering he's put everyone through.
** The BonusBoss [[spoiler: against the Velvet Twins]]. Like the previous [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]], [[they have an arsenal of Personas to take you on with and will switch between them throughout the battle, and they will take advantage of any weakness they find. Unlike the previous fights however, the Twins fight together as a DualBoss, sharing their Persona arsenal between them, and since the fight as a team, that means they can also use Baton Pass to further exploit weaknesses, and even use All Out Attack.]]
4th Jan '17 9:35:36 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** The final boss, [[spoiler:none other than the big G himself, YHVH.]] In addition, there is [[spoiler:the ultimate boss Stephen, who is fought with not only Nanashi and Flynn, but also the Hero, Aleph, and the Demi-fiend]].

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** The final boss, [[spoiler:none other than the big G himself, YHVH.]] On Bonds, [[spoiler:each of your partners steps up to [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech call him out on His hypocrisy and lies]], denying His divinity and wearing Him down until He loses His TopGod status.]] In addition, there is [[spoiler:the ultimate boss Stephen, who is fought with not only Nanashi and Flynn, but also the Hero, Aleph, and the Demi-fiend]].
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