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10th Feb '17 10:12:07 AM Zaptech
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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries SoulCalibur V]]'' has Patroklos Alexander, the [[DesignatedHero alleged]] [[TheHero hero]] of the game. Throughout the story, he is shown to be a self-righteous prick who talks down to enemies and allies alike, [[IdiotHero works under an]] ObviouslyEvil dictator, kills an innocent man that he knew full-well wasn't a Malfested, was willing to even kill his MoralityPet, Pyrrha, and had a very flimsy Redemption Arc, but was forced upon the player as the new hero and successor to both Siegfried and [[HeroicLineage Sophitia]]. It got to the point where Namco was legitimately surprised that Patroklos ranked 37 in a popularity poll. However, they seem to be wising up in recent years by delivering a few [[TakeThatScrappy shots at his expense]].
10th Feb '17 10:11:12 AM Zaptech
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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' has Chloe Price, the deuteragonist of the game. She is a delinquent [[DesignatedHero who often does illegal things]] and is a ToxicFriendInfluence to TheHero, Max, but is rarely called out on it (and the people that do are usually vilified for it, like her step-father, David). The game will often guilt-trip the player for not enabling her bad behavior, like when Chloe tries pinning the blame on Max for smoking weed when she gets caught by David. This was only further evidenced when WordOfGod called the ending where [[spoiler: Max chose to spare Chloe, sentencing hundreds of innocent civilians in Arcadia Bay to death in a tornado]] "Beautifully Tragic" rather than a MoralEventHorizon.
7th Feb '17 9:19:12 AM Animeking1108
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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries SoulCalibur V]]'' has Patroklos Alexander, the [[DesignatedHero alleged]] [[TheHero hero]] of the game. Throughout the story, he is shown to be a self-righteous prick who talks down to enemies and allies alike, [[IdiotHero works under an]] ObviouslyEvil dictator, kills an innocent man that he knew full-well wasn't a Malfested, was willing to even kill his MoralityPet, Pyrrha, and had a very flimsy RedemptionArc, but was forced upon the player as the new hero and successor to both Siegfried and [[HeroicLineage Sophitia]]. It got to the point where Namco was legitimately surprised that Patroklos ranked 35 in a popularity poll. However, they seem to be wising up in recent years by delivering a few [[TakeThatScrappy shots at his expense]].

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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries SoulCalibur V]]'' has Patroklos Alexander, the [[DesignatedHero alleged]] [[TheHero hero]] of the game. Throughout the story, he is shown to be a self-righteous prick who talks down to enemies and allies alike, [[IdiotHero works under an]] ObviouslyEvil dictator, kills an innocent man that he knew full-well wasn't a Malfested, was willing to even kill his MoralityPet, Pyrrha, and had a very flimsy RedemptionArc, Redemption Arc, but was forced upon the player as the new hero and successor to both Siegfried and [[HeroicLineage Sophitia]]. It got to the point where Namco was legitimately surprised that Patroklos ranked 35 37 in a popularity poll. However, they seem to be wising up in recent years by delivering a few [[TakeThatScrappy shots at his expense]].
7th Feb '17 9:14:14 AM Animeking1108
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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'' has Chloe Price, the deuteragonist of the game. She is a delinquent [[DesignatedHero who often does illegal things]] and is a ToxicFriendInfluence to TheHero, Max, but is rarely called out on it (and the people that do are usually vilified for it, like her step-father, David). The game will often guilt-trip the player for not enabling her bad behavior, like when Chloe tries pinning the blame on Max for smoking weed when she gets caught by David. This was only further evidenced when WordOfGod called the ending where [[spoiler: Max chose to spare Chloe, sentencing hundreds of innocent civilians in Arcadia Bay to death in a tornado]] "Beautifully Tragic" rather than a MoralEventHorizon.


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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries SoulCalibur V]]'' has Patroklos Alexander, the [[DesignatedHero alleged]] [[TheHero hero]] of the game. Throughout the story, he is shown to be a self-righteous prick who talks down to enemies and allies alike, [[IdiotHero works under an]] ObviouslyEvil dictator, kills an innocent man that he knew full-well wasn't a Malfested, was willing to even kill his MoralityPet, Pyrrha, and had a very flimsy RedemptionArc, but was forced upon the player as the new hero and successor to both Siegfried and [[HeroicLineage Sophitia]]. It got to the point where Namco was legitimately surprised that Patroklos ranked 35 in a popularity poll. However, they seem to be wising up in recent years by delivering a few [[TakeThatScrappy shots at his expense]].
20th Jan '17 11:09:11 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI has Absolute Virtue, a side boss that no one seems able to defeat. Every time someone does manage to find a way, Square Enix goes out of their way to squash those methods to render them useless. It's as if the developers enjoy using the boss character just to piss off their fanbase.

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** VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'' has Absolute Virtue, a side boss that no one seems able to defeat. Every time someone does manage to find a way, Square Enix goes out of their way to squash those methods to render them useless. It's as if the developers enjoy using the boss character just to piss off their fanbase.
20th Jan '17 11:08:16 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** has Absolute Virtue, a side boss that no one seems able to defeat. Every time someone does manage to find a way, Square Enix goes out of their way to squash those methods to render them useless. It's as if the developers enjoy using the boss character just to piss off their fanbase.

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** VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI has Absolute Virtue, a side boss that no one seems able to defeat. Every time someone does manage to find a way, Square Enix goes out of their way to squash those methods to render them useless. It's as if the developers enjoy using the boss character just to piss off their fanbase.
13th Dec '16 11:37:05 AM Zaptech
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' has Lightning, the [[GenderFlip gender flipped]] version of Cloud Strife from ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''. Originally meant to be just a party member, Square Enix decided to make her the game's protagonist for no real reason other than "she looks cool in promotional artwork". However, since she has no real relevance to the plot, she was given a ridiculous amount of [[BadAss cool fight scenes]], [[BigDamnHeroes cool action sequences]] and a vast arsenal of [[RousingSpeech motivational speeches]] that could give even the most cliche action hero a run for their money. Fast forward a few years and she has already become [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII the liberator of humanity]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 a goddess's guardian]] and even [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII the chosen one of the universe's creator]]! After that, Square Enix decided we didn't have enough Lightning so they started including her prominently in as many spin-offs and side games as they could, giving her one of the largest amounts of cameos in the series. It sure doesn't help that [[CharacterShilling she receives praise by every character she runs into contact with, be it hero or villain.]]
12th Dec '16 3:30:04 PM TastyRancidLemons
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' has Lightning, the [[Genderflip gender flipped]] version of Cloud Strife from ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''. Originally meant to be just a party member, Square Enix decided to make her the game's protagonist for no real reason other than "she looks cool in promotional artwork". However, since she has no real relevance to the plot, she was given a ridiculous amount of [[BadAss cool fight scenes]], [[BigDamnHeroes cool action sequences]] and a vast arsenal of [[RousingSpeech motivational speeches]] that could give even the most cliche action hero a run for their money. Fast forward a few years and she has already become [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII the liberator of humanity]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 a goddess's guardian]] and even [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII the chosen one of the universe's creator]]! After that, Square Enix decided we didn't have enough Lightning so they started including her prominently in as many spin-offs and side games as they could, giving her one of the largest amounts of cameos in the series. It sure doesn't help that [[CharacterShilling she receives praise by every character she runs into contact with, be it hero or villain.]]

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' has Lightning, the [[Genderflip [[GenderFlip gender flipped]] version of Cloud Strife from ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''. Originally meant to be just a party member, Square Enix decided to make her the game's protagonist for no real reason other than "she looks cool in promotional artwork". However, since she has no real relevance to the plot, she was given a ridiculous amount of [[BadAss cool fight scenes]], [[BigDamnHeroes cool action sequences]] and a vast arsenal of [[RousingSpeech motivational speeches]] that could give even the most cliche action hero a run for their money. Fast forward a few years and she has already become [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII the liberator of humanity]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 a goddess's guardian]] and even [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII the chosen one of the universe's creator]]! After that, Square Enix decided we didn't have enough Lightning so they started including her prominently in as many spin-offs and side games as they could, giving her one of the largest amounts of cameos in the series. It sure doesn't help that [[CharacterShilling she receives praise by every character she runs into contact with, be it hero or villain.]]
12th Dec '16 3:28:58 PM TastyRancidLemons
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' has Lightning, the [[GenderBender gender flipped]] version of Cloud Strife from ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''. Originally meant to be just a party member, Square Enix decided to make her the game's protagonist for no real reason other than "she looks cool in promotional artwork". However, since she has no real relevance to the plot, she was given a ridiculous amount of [[BadAss cool fight scenes]], [[BigDamnHeroes cool action sequences]] and a vast arsenal of [[RousingSpeech motivational speeches]] that could give even the most cliche action hero a run for their money. Fast forward a few years and she has already become [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII the liberator of humanity]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 a goddess's guardian]] and even [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII the chosen one of the universe's creator]]! After that, Square Enix decided we didn't have enough Lightning so they started including her prominently in as many spin-offs and side games as they could, giving her one of the largest amounts of cameos in the series. It sure doesn't help that [[CharacterShilling she receives praise by every character she runs into contact with, be it hero or villain.]]

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' has Lightning, the [[GenderBender [[Genderflip gender flipped]] version of Cloud Strife from ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''. Originally meant to be just a party member, Square Enix decided to make her the game's protagonist for no real reason other than "she looks cool in promotional artwork". However, since she has no real relevance to the plot, she was given a ridiculous amount of [[BadAss cool fight scenes]], [[BigDamnHeroes cool action sequences]] and a vast arsenal of [[RousingSpeech motivational speeches]] that could give even the most cliche action hero a run for their money. Fast forward a few years and she has already become [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII the liberator of humanity]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 a goddess's guardian]] and even [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII the chosen one of the universe's creator]]! After that, Square Enix decided we didn't have enough Lightning so they started including her prominently in as many spin-offs and side games as they could, giving her one of the largest amounts of cameos in the series. It sure doesn't help that [[CharacterShilling she receives praise by every character she runs into contact with, be it hero or villain.]]
12th Dec '16 3:28:14 PM TastyRancidLemons
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'' has Absolute Virtue, a side boss that no one seems able to defeat. Every time someone does manage to find a way, Square Enix goes out of their way to squash those methods to render them useless. It's as if the developers enjoy using the boss character just to piss off their fanbase.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'' ** has Absolute Virtue, a side boss that no one seems able to defeat. Every time someone does manage to find a way, Square Enix goes out of their way to squash those methods to render them useless. It's as if the developers enjoy using the boss character just to piss off their fanbase.fanbase.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' has Lightning, the [[GenderBender gender flipped]] version of Cloud Strife from ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''. Originally meant to be just a party member, Square Enix decided to make her the game's protagonist for no real reason other than "she looks cool in promotional artwork". However, since she has no real relevance to the plot, she was given a ridiculous amount of [[BadAss cool fight scenes]], [[BigDamnHeroes cool action sequences]] and a vast arsenal of [[RousingSpeech motivational speeches]] that could give even the most cliche action hero a run for their money. Fast forward a few years and she has already become [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII the liberator of humanity]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2 a goddess's guardian]] and even [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII the chosen one of the universe's creator]]! After that, Square Enix decided we didn't have enough Lightning so they started including her prominently in as many spin-offs and side games as they could, giving her one of the largest amounts of cameos in the series. It sure doesn't help that [[CharacterShilling she receives praise by every character she runs into contact with, be it hero or villain.]]
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