History AwesomeBosses / Touhou

2nd Dec '17 7:42:58 AM JustShortByProxy
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[[AC:''Hopeless Masquerade'']]
* The final chapter of the story mode stars Hata no Kokoro who is, at Mamizou's suggestion, picking fights with everyone so that her own emotions may stabilize her. It works like a charm with no complications... except, it makes her realize that she'll never be able to completely stabilize unless she parts from the religious leaders who have been exploting people's emotions in order to amass popularity. So Kokoro does the only sensible thing and goes off and challenges Reimu to a fight... but before the fight can even begin, Byakuren flies into view and decides that she needs to stop Kokoro's rampage and stabilize her through more peaceful means. And then Miko, who has overhead everything, flies in and decides that, as Kokoro's creator, she needs to take responsibility for Kokoro's rampage and turn her back into a group of ordinary masks again. And you know what that means? That's right, it means this game isn't over until you defeat Reimu, Byakuren and Miko ''all at the same time.'' It's simoultaneously amazing and awesome.




[[AC:''Hopeless Masquerade'']]
* The final chapter of the story mode stars Hata no Kokoro who is, at Mamizou's suggestion, picking fights with everyone so that her own emotions may stabilize her. It works like a charm with no complications... except, it makes her realize that she'll never be able to completely stabilize unless she parts from the religious leaders who have been exploting people's emotions in order to amass popularity. So Kokoro does the only sensible thing and goes off and challenges Reimu to a fight... but before the fight can even begin, Byakuren flies into view and decides that she needs to stop Kokoro's rampage and stabilize her through more peaceful means. And then Miko, who has overhead everything, flies in and decides that, as Kokoro's creator, she needs to take responsibility for Kokoro's rampage and turn her back into a group of ordinary masks again. And you know what that means? That's right, it means this game isn't over until you defeat Reimu, Byakuren and Miko ''all at the same time.'' It's simoultaneously amazing and awesome.
26th Oct '17 7:27:41 AM mlsmithca
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* The final chapter of the story mode stars Hata no Kokoro who is, at Mamizou's suggestion, picking fights with everyone so that her own emotions may sabilize her. It works like a charm with no complications... except, it makes her realize that she'll never be able to completely stabilize unless she parts from the religious leaders who have been exploting people's emotions in order to amass popularity. So Kokoro does the only sensible thing and goes off and challenges Reimu to a fight... but before the fight can even begin, Byakuren flies into view and decides that she needs to stop Kokoro's rampage and stabilize her through more peaceful means... and then Miko, who has overhead everything, flies in and decides that, as Kokoro's creator, she needs to take responsibility for Kokoro's rampage and turn her back into a group of ordinary masks again... And you know what that means? That's right, it means this game isn't over until you defeat Reimu, Byakuren and Miko ''all at the same time.'' It's simoultaneously amazing and awesome.

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* The final chapter of the story mode stars Hata no Kokoro who is, at Mamizou's suggestion, picking fights with everyone so that her own emotions may sabilize stabilize her. It works like a charm with no complications... except, it makes her realize that she'll never be able to completely stabilize unless she parts from the religious leaders who have been exploting people's emotions in order to amass popularity. So Kokoro does the only sensible thing and goes off and challenges Reimu to a fight... but before the fight can even begin, Byakuren flies into view and decides that she needs to stop Kokoro's rampage and stabilize her through more peaceful means... and means. And then Miko, who has overhead everything, flies in and decides that, as Kokoro's creator, she needs to take responsibility for Kokoro's rampage and turn her back into a group of ordinary masks again...again. And you know what that means? That's right, it means this game isn't over until you defeat Reimu, Byakuren and Miko ''all at the same time.'' It's simoultaneously amazing and awesome.
25th Oct '17 7:09:45 PM IamTheCaligula
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[[AC:''Hopeless Masquerade'']]
* The final chapter of the story mode stars Hata no Kokoro who is, at Mamizou's suggestion, picking fights with everyone so that her own emotions may sabilize her. It works like a charm with no complications... except, it makes her realize that she'll never be able to completely stabilize unless she parts from the religious leaders who have been exploting people's emotions in order to amass popularity. So Kokoro does the only sensible thing and goes off and challenges Reimu to a fight... but before the fight can even begin, Byakuren flies into view and decides that she needs to stop Kokoro's rampage and stabilize her through more peaceful means... and then Miko, who has overhead everything, flies in and decides that, as Kokoro's creator, she needs to take responsibility for Kokoro's rampage and turn her back into a group of ordinary masks again... And you know what that means? That's right, it means this game isn't over until you defeat Reimu, Byakuren and Miko ''all at the same time.'' It's simoultaneously amazing and awesome.
7th Sep '17 2:08:37 PM NESBoy
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* Now here's a weird example: a boss battle from a ''fake'' fangame released as an April Fool's joke. It's Marisa vs Yuuka in ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GVrMDW4dbw Re:Lotus Land Story]]'', and after using an array of new spellcards Yuuka resorts to repeatedly blasting away with the original Master Spark in all of its remastered glory. Yuuka's health actually ''regenerates'' during this phase, making it a HopelessBossFight... [[spoiler:until Marisa ''[[MegaManning steals her signature spell]] [[RefugeInAudacity mid-battle]]'' and beats Yuuka in a BeamOWar]].

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* Now here's a weird example: a boss battle from a ''fake'' fangame released as an April Fool's joke. It's Marisa vs Yuuka in ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GVrMDW4dbw Re:Lotus Land Story]]'', and after using an array of new spellcards Yuuka resorts to repeatedly blasting away with the original Master Spark in all of its remastered glory. Yuuka's health actually ''regenerates'' during this phase, making it a HopelessBossFight... [[spoiler:until Marisa ''[[MegaManning ''[[PowerCopying steals her signature spell]] [[RefugeInAudacity mid-battle]]'' and beats Yuuka in a BeamOWar]].
12th May '17 9:10:34 PM mlsmithca
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** The battle was so awesome that someone rendered it in 3D with delicious attention to detail; the shot patterns match up with Lunatic level, there's plenty of nods towards the original boss fight, and the fight manages to include several of her spellcards from the fighting games. Watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLTpJJAraG8 here]].
*** And another one [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWeH_CcTq_8 here,]] made by MinusT.

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** The battle was so awesome that someone rendered it in 3D with delicious attention to detail; the shot patterns match up with Lunatic level, there's plenty of nods towards the original boss fight, and the fight manages to include several of her spellcards from the fighting games. Watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLTpJJAraG8 here]].
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here]]. And another one [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWeH_CcTq_8 here,]] made by MinusT.[=MinusT=].
12th May '17 7:09:30 PM DatBoi10
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*** And another one [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWeH_CcTq_8 here,]] made by MinusT.
7th Apr '17 9:58:38 AM Quanyails
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* There's also Kaguya Houraisan at the end of Imperishable Night, simply for the phase after you "beat" her -- in which SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic picks up, and she proceeds to wail on you with five no-easy-way-out survival spellcards of incredible difficulty even on the easiest setting -- and if you fail them? She doesn't hurt your lives -- she basically is attacking your goddamn Continues! Adding up to an in-game hour each time you fail, getting closer to 5:00 A.M., which [[CueTheSun cues the sun]]... and marks your failure (or, at least, a drastic reduction in the bonus points for time remaining).

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* There's also Kaguya Houraisan at the end of Imperishable Night, ''Imperishable Night'', simply for the phase after you "beat" her -- in which SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic picks up, and she proceeds to wail on you with five no-easy-way-out survival spellcards of incredible difficulty even on the easiest setting -- and if you fail them? She doesn't hurt your lives -- she basically is attacking your goddamn Continues! Adding up to an in-game hour each time you fail, getting closer to 5:00 A.M., which [[CueTheSun cues the sun]]... and marks your failure (or, at least, a drastic reduction in the bonus points for time remaining).
7th Apr '17 9:58:16 AM Quanyails
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* In the PC-98 game Lotus Land Story, Kazami Yuuka. More specifically, the fact that this is the origin of Master Spark, the Giant Fucking Laser that Marisa is famous for. Not only that, she is the only character in the series to be the end-level boss twice in a row. She's also youkai moe, but that's for another page.

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* In the PC-98 game Lotus ''Lotus Land Story, Story'', Kazami Yuuka. More specifically, the fact that this is the origin of Master Spark, the Giant Fucking Laser that Marisa is famous for. Not only that, she is the only character in the series to be the end-level boss twice in a row. She's also youkai moe, but that's for another page.



* Yukari Yakumo from Perfect Cherry Blossom. Keep in mind that she is the ONLY Phantasm boss in an official game. This roughly means that, for story purposes, she's arguably the most powerful boss in the ''series''. She also happens to have what is probably the series' most famous Spell Card, Boundary of Life and Death, and for good reason. [[spoiler:It ''beamspams every single shot type in the entire game.'']] Combine this with her SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic, "Necrofantasia", and you have the makings of one of the most amazing battles of the whole series. The "Boundary Of Life And Death" is so undeniably ''awesome'' that it's the page image for BulletHell. Not only that, but also the fact that she is the only boss in the entire series that just gives up. This is because she is only one of two bosses in the series to end with a timeout spell card, and while the other one is a stage 4 boss, she is the Phantasm boss. She could have kept going, but decided instead to stop. No other boss decided to just stop, not even the supposedly most powerful Youkai Yuuka. She is probly more powerful than any other youkai, but just don't show it.

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* Yukari Yakumo from Perfect ''Perfect Cherry Blossom.Blossom''. Keep in mind that she is the ONLY Phantasm boss in an official game. This roughly means that, for story purposes, she's arguably the most powerful boss in the ''series''. She also happens to have what is probably the series' most famous Spell Card, Boundary of Life and Death, and for good reason. [[spoiler:It ''beamspams every single shot type in the entire game.'']] Combine this with her SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic, "Necrofantasia", and you have the makings of one of the most amazing battles of the whole series. The "Boundary Of Life And Death" is so undeniably ''awesome'' that it's the page image for BulletHell. Not only that, but also the fact that she is the only boss in the entire series that just gives up. This is because she is only one of two bosses in the series to end with a timeout spell card, and while the other one is a stage 4 boss, she is the Phantasm boss. She could have kept going, but decided instead to stop. No other boss decided to just stop, not even the supposedly most powerful Youkai Yuuka. She is probly more powerful than any other youkai, but just don't show it.



* The final battle with the little oni Suika Ibuki in Immaterial and Missing Power: After an already challenging fight, Suika's final spellcard literally destroys the game screen as it continues -- [[InterfaceScrew knocking away spell cards, the timer, and even both sides' life bars as it progresses.]]

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* The final battle with the little oni Suika Ibuki in Immaterial ''Immaterial and Missing Power: Power'': After an already challenging fight, Suika's final spellcard literally destroys the game screen as it continues -- [[InterfaceScrew knocking away spell cards, the timer, and even both sides' life bars as it progresses.]]
30th Jan '17 2:13:13 AM mlsmithca
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* Yukari Yakumo from Perfect Cherry Blossom. Keep in mind that she is the ONLY Phantasm boss in an official game. This roughly means that, for story purposes, she's arguably the most powerful boss in the ''series''. She also happens to have what is probably the series' most famous Spell Card, Boundary of Life and Death, and for good reason. [[spoiler:It ''beamspams every single shot type in the entire game.'']] Combine this with her SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic, "Necrofantasia", and you have the makings of one of the most amazing battles of the whole series. The "Boundary Of Life And Death" is so undeniably ''awesome'' that it's the page image for BulletHell.
** Not only that, but also the fact that she is the only boss in the entire series that just gives up. This is because she is only one of two bosses in the series to end with a timeout spell card, and while the other one is a stage 4 boss, she is the Phantasm boss. She could have kept going, but decided instead to stop. NO OTHER BOSS DECIDED TO JUST STOP, NOT EVEN THE SUPPOSEDLY MOST POWERFUL YOUKAI YUUKA. She is probly more powerful than any other youkai, but just don't show it.

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* Yukari Yakumo from Perfect Cherry Blossom. Keep in mind that she is the ONLY Phantasm boss in an official game. This roughly means that, for story purposes, she's arguably the most powerful boss in the ''series''. She also happens to have what is probably the series' most famous Spell Card, Boundary of Life and Death, and for good reason. [[spoiler:It ''beamspams every single shot type in the entire game.'']] Combine this with her SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic, "Necrofantasia", and you have the makings of one of the most amazing battles of the whole series. The "Boundary Of Life And Death" is so undeniably ''awesome'' that it's the page image for BulletHell.
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BulletHell. Not only that, but also the fact that she is the only boss in the entire series that just gives up. This is because she is only one of two bosses in the series to end with a timeout spell card, and while the other one is a stage 4 boss, she is the Phantasm boss. She could have kept going, but decided instead to stop. NO OTHER BOSS DECIDED TO JUST STOP, NOT EVEN THE SUPPOSEDLY MOST POWERFUL YOUKAI YUUKA.No other boss decided to just stop, not even the supposedly most powerful Youkai Yuuka. She is probly more powerful than any other youkai, but just don't show it.
29th Jan '17 9:28:18 PM Ultralight4
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** Not only that, but also the fact that she is the only boss in the entire series that just gives up. This is because she is only one of two bosses in the series to end with a timeout spell card, and while the other one is a stage 4 boss, she is the Phantasm boss. She could have kept going, but decided instead to stop. NO OTHER BOSS DECIDED TO JUST STOP, NOT EVEN THE SUPPOSEDLY MOST POWERFUL YOUKAI YUUKA. She is probly more powerful than any other youkai, but just don't show it.
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