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30th Jan '17 10:08:15 AM GM_3826
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* In ''[[{{VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden}} Fire Emblem: Gaiden]]'', this happens for the first time when [[spoiler: Alm kills Duma in order to save Celica. It required the use of the Falchion, which is just as much of a legendary weapon as as the Akaneian version. GoodBadBugs mean that Nosferatu can break past his defense, though.]]

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* ** In ''[[{{VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden}} Fire Emblem: Gaiden]]'', this happens for the first time when [[spoiler: Alm kills Duma in order to save Celica. It required the use of the Falchion, which is just as much of a legendary weapon as as the Akaneian version. GoodBadBugs mean that Nosferatu can break past his defense, though.]]
30th Jan '17 10:04:35 AM GM_3826
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* In ''[[{{VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden}} Fire Emblem: Gaiden]]'', this happens for the first time when [[spoiler: Alm kills Duma in order to save Celica. It required the use of the Falchion, which is just as much of a legendary weapon as as the Akaneian version. GoodBadBugs mean that Nosferatu can break past his defense, though.]]
23rd Jan '17 6:03:41 AM GM_3826
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ye7b3bOQ6lY Shown here]], a literal example how to beat an entire team of [[OlympusMons Legendaries]]... with a [[MagikarpPower Magikarp]].

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ye7b3bOQ6lY Shown here]], a literal example how to beat an entire team of [[OlympusMons Legendaries]]... with a [[MagikarpPower [[JokeCharacter Magikarp]].
22nd Jan '17 7:43:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''{{Utawarerumono}}'', this trope is given a unique twist: [[spoiler: The deity the people in universe worship is both God and Cthulhu]], and he asks his own followers to beat the crap out of him, who happens to resemble the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Eva Unit-01]] crossed with Franchise/{{Godzilla}}. [[spoiler: They succeed in beating their own God to the point the Cthulhu half is destroyed forever,]] just like said God asked for.

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* In ''{{Utawarerumono}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Utawarerumono}}'', this trope is given a unique twist: [[spoiler: The deity the people in universe worship is both God and Cthulhu]], and he asks his own followers to beat the crap out of him, who happens to resemble the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Eva Unit-01]] crossed with Franchise/{{Godzilla}}. [[spoiler: They succeed in beating their own God to the point the Cthulhu half is destroyed forever,]] just like said God asked for.
22nd Jan '17 7:42:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}}'' is based on utilizing half of the CthulhuMythos to beat the shit out of the other half, which includes Cthulhu.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}}'' is based on utilizing half of the CthulhuMythos Franchise/CthulhuMythos to beat the shit out of the other half, which includes Cthulhu.
14th Jan '17 7:23:06 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Lufia}}'' series revolves around the hero Maxim and his descendants repeatedly killing the four [[GodOfEvil Sinistrals]] every time they reincarnate.

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* The ''{{Lufia}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Lufia}}'' series revolves around the hero Maxim and his descendants repeatedly killing the four [[GodOfEvil Sinistrals]] every time they reincarnate.
4th Jan '17 3:42:41 AM Wraithsight
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** Used heavily in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'', wherein the player character does this ''six times'' throughout the course of the storyline, once to each primal (Ifrit, Titan, Garuda, Leviathan, and Ramuh, in that order) as well as to the megalomaniacal King Mogglemog XII (who might also be considered a primal, arguably). And that's not counting the extracanonical Extreme fights. Your reputation as a god-killer turns you into TheDreaded among the Garleans ([[CutscenePowerToTheMax During one late-game cutscene]], a small cadre of troops run at the sight of you, cowering at the presence of the "Eikon-slayer")

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** Used heavily in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'', wherein the player character does this ''six ''seven times'' throughout the course of the storyline, once to each primal (Ifrit, Titan, Garuda, Leviathan, Ramuh and Ramuh, Shiva in that order) as well as to the megalomaniacal King Mogglemog XII (who might also be considered a primal, arguably). And that's not counting the extracanonical Extreme fights. Your reputation as a god-killer turns you into TheDreaded among the Garleans ([[CutscenePowerToTheMax During one late-game cutscene]], a small cadre of troops run at the sight of you, cowering at the presence of the "Eikon-slayer")"Eikon-slayer")
*** In the ''Heavenward'' expansion for the game you do this another two times (to Ravana and Bismarck) [[spoiler: Actually another ''fifteen'' times as in addition to those two you beat the thirteen knights of the [[TitleDrop Heavenward]] ''at the same time'']]. Its actually getting to the point where some people outright don't believe you character exists since how could anyone person kill that many gods?
31st Dec '16 7:29:44 PM nombretomado
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* Averted in ''FossilFighters.'' When the leader of the TerribleTrio pulls out an OlympusMons ([[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere out of nowhere, we might add]]), it's [[HopelessBossFight completely indestructible.]] The only way to stop it is to go find an OlympusMons of your own, and pit them against one another. They annihilate each other with their godly powers, leaving the bad guy stuck (and you with the [[ATasteOfPower Aftertaste Of Power]] in your mouth).

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* Averted in ''FossilFighters.''VideoGame/FossilFighters.'' When the leader of the TerribleTrio pulls out an OlympusMons ([[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere out of nowhere, we might add]]), it's [[HopelessBossFight completely indestructible.]] The only way to stop it is to go find an OlympusMons of your own, and pit them against one another. They annihilate each other with their godly powers, leaving the bad guy stuck (and you with the [[ATasteOfPower Aftertaste Of Power]] in your mouth).
5th Dec '16 2:14:48 PM DustSnitch
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* The final boss of the Xbox remake of ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' wields the Dark Dragon Blade, which is supposed to give him the power of the "Devil incarnate". While he is a rather tough fight, our {{Charles Atlas Superpower}}ed [[HighlyVisibleNinja Highly Visible]] {{Ninja}} {{Badass}} protagonist still defeats him anyway. Admittedly, Ryu was using the True Dragon Sword, which was meant specifically to counter the DDB, but still. Ryu also takes down multiple Greater Fiends, each of which is worth quite a number of regular fiends in power, as well as [[spoiler:the released Archfiend.]]

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* The final boss of the Xbox remake of ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' wields the Dark Dragon Blade, which is supposed to give him the power of the "Devil incarnate". While he is a rather tough fight, our {{Charles Atlas Superpower}}ed [[HighlyVisibleNinja Highly Visible]] {{Ninja}} {{Badass}} badass protagonist still defeats him anyway. Admittedly, Ryu was using the True Dragon Sword, which was meant specifically to counter the DDB, but still. Ryu also takes down multiple Greater Fiends, each of which is worth quite a number of regular fiends in power, as well as [[spoiler:the released Archfiend.]]
20th Oct '16 8:28:51 AM Valen
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** The most extreme example comes from [[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne the Demi-Fiend]]. You start as an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent, and then slowly become a demon that can effortlessly kick the shit out of both God and Lucifer. In one ending, you not only defeat them both, you go on to fight [[UpToEleven the deity that created them both]], called the Great Will. This makes the Demi-Fiend [[FromNobodyToNightmare the strongest entity in the entirety of SMT]], let alone the strongest protagonist.
* A literal example in SMT spinoff ''VideoGame/Persona2''. When conversing with [[JerkassGod Philemon]], one of the deities responsible for the Earth getting torn a new one and you and your friend's angst, one of your options is to just punch the callous bastard in the face.
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